Savills | Hermon, Nr Crymych, Pembrokeshire, SA36 0DZ | Property for sale
108.46 Ha(268 Ac)
Guide price £1,750,000($2,115,033)

HermonNr Crymych, Pembrokeshire, SA36 0DZ

  • Under offer
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Substantial farm in West Wales
  • About 268 acres (stms)
  • Farmhouse: Three receptions. Three bedrooms
  • Numerous outbuildings
  • Dairy set-up with 20:40 milking parlour
  • Extensive livestock housing
  • Underground slurry tank & hydrant system
  • Calf shed. Silage clamps. Workshop.
  • Currently farmed as a beef and sheep farm

Substantial North Pembrokeshire Farm

About this property

  • Brynfa farm is a large farm situated in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. The farm extends to about 268 acres in all (stms - subject to measured survey). The farmland is divided into four parcels as identified on the land sale plan. The farm benefits from a well-designed dairy set-up with milking parlour, (some milking machines removed so would need replacing) extensive range of interconnected modern open span-outbuildings for livestock housing, feed and machinery storage. An attractive and traditional three bedroom house stands at the entrance to the farm. The farm stopped milking in recent years and has since been run as a beef and sheep farm.

    Farmhouse Accommodation
    Ground Floor
    The front entrance leads into the main sitting room with a gas effect fireplace providing a warm focal point. French doors open off into the dining room at the rear of the house. The dining room lies open plan to the traditional farmhouse kitchen breakfast room with fitted units, integrated appliances and Rayburn Royal oil fired cooking range providing hot water and central heating. A door leads off the dining room to an inner hall. Doors open from the inner hall to a cloakroom with shower and a large study/office that could be used as a further bedroom if required. At the opposite end of the inner hall is a useful rear lobby area with door to the rear courtyard.

    First Floor
    Stairs rise up from the corner of the sitting room to the first floor accommodation that includes three generous bedrooms. Two bedrooms overlook the front of the house while the main bedroom is at the rear. These bedrooms share the use of a family bathroom with a corner bath.

    The farmhouse benefits from a small lawned and fenced garden area to the side together with the old traditional farm courtyard to the rear of the house that has its own access to the council road. Around the old courtyard are the older farm buildings including the old parlour, dairy and mill shed.

    The Farm Buildings
    The dairy farm set-up is situated to the south of the old farmyard and benefits from having two separate entrances from the council road, either side of the farmhouse. The farmyard is dominated by three substantial interconnected steel frame open-span outbuildings that contain the 20:40 milking parlour, (some milking machines removed so would need replacing) with room for extending if required, tank room, office with WC and extensive livestock housing.

    The majority of the livestock housing area is served by a dedicated underground slurry tank system (capacity about 200,000 gallons) that is linked to a reception pit (about 35,000 gallons) and a slurry lagoon (about 210,000 gallons) which in turn is linked to an underground hydrant system. This underground hydrant system takes slurry to hydrants for umbilical slurry spreading at the farm. The system pumps slurry to a hydrant to the south of the farmstead and also underneath the council roads to hydrants on the land to the north of the farmstead. Lean-to feed bunkers/stores and machinery store buildings are located on either side of the three main interconnected open span outbuildings. Further modern outbuildings include workshops, calf sheds and calving pens. To the south of the modern outbuildings are two large silage clamps, approximately 100ft long x 80ft wide (again with room to extend if required).

    The Land
    The farm in total extends to about 268 acres in all (stms). The majority of the land is down to pasture and is level to gently sloping in nature and accessible by machinery for silage cropping. The farmland is divided into four parcels as identified on the land sale plan hatched in green:

    Farmstead and land to the south
    Two parcels of land immediately to the north of the farmstead across the council road. These two parcels are bisected by council road.
    Parcel of land situated furthest west of the farmstead with road frontage onto the A478 on its western boundary.

    Mains electricity. Three phase electricity available. Mains water and private bore hole supply. Private drainage.

    House internal photos taken in 2015.

I like the scale of this farm and all the potential that it offers.

Daniel ReesProperty agent

Local information

  • Brynfa farm is peacefully set on the edge of the village of Hermon that is situated about 2 miles south-east from the town Crymych with shops and secondary school.
  • The A478 at Crymych provides quick access to neighbouring towns and further afield with Cardigan about 10 miles to the north and southwards to the A40 that leads west to Haverfordwest (about 23 miles), and east to Carmarthen and the A48 M4 link road (about 22 miles).
  • The rest of South Wales is then within easy reach with Swansea (about 49 miles), Cardiff (about 89 miles) the Severn bridge and beyond.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = G
  • Tenure = Freehold