Blaen-Cil-Llech, Newcastle Emlyn, Ceredigion, SA38 9EP | Property for sale | Savills
17.81 Ha(44 Ac)
Offers in the region of £1,350,000(€1,596,734)

Blaen-Cil-LlechNewcastle Emlyn, Ceredigion, SA38 9EP

  • Freehold

Key features

  • Impressive country property set in about 44 acres
  • Character farmhouse offering generous accommodation
  • Two/three reception rooms, large garden room conservatory, party barn/gym.
  • Five/six bedrooms (three en suite bath/shower rooms)
  • Range of outbuildings including stone stables, barns etc
  • Productive farmland for horses, ponies and livestock
  • Stunning woodland valley bordering a stream
  • Delightful network of tracks running through the woods
  • Idyllic position enjoying far reaching views

An impressive country property with a superb house, excellent outbuildings and about 44 acres of land including pastureland and a magical woodland bordering a stream.

About this property

  • Pwll Yr Heirn is a delightful country property in west Wales that comprises a large traditional farmhouse (thought to originally date c.1600s – 1700s) that has been extended over the years. The property has had a complete overhaul by the current owners to produce a spacious and comfortable home blending its character features with modern touches. The large scale of the house living accommodation offers the potential to divide to provide a self-contained annexe/cottage if required – stp – subject to planning. Arranged around the house is a traditional courtyard with a garden area, outdoor dining area, stables and further useful outbuildings. The magical feature of this property is its land that extends to about 44 acres (as identified by the yellow boundary on the aerial land plan) and includes an interesting mix of productive pastureland and a stunning woodland valley bordering a stream with idyllic woodland walks to appreciate the wildlife and habitats. The property makes for a special home but also has potential to explore tourism uses to diversify income streams (stp). There is an option to purchase further pastureland and woodland (about 78 acres) that adjoins the property by separate negotiation (as identified within the red boundary on the aerial land plan).

    Accommodation Ground Floor
    A welcoming covered front entrance leads into a reception hall with cloakroom and closet off and doors leading to the principal reception rooms. On the right is a study overlooking the front garden. At the end of the hall is a useful boot room with access to the rear garden while further along the hall are double French doors that open into a stunning living room with French doors opening to the garden and a large wood burning stove set on a raised fireplace providing a warm focal point. A third door on the left of the hall opens into the pretty kitchen dining room with tiled floor, fitted units, island, worktops, space for appliances and another wood burning stove providing a warm ambience. Double doors lead through to a utility area/second kitchen with door to outside. A further reception room or fifth ground floor bedroom with door to front garden and a separate shower room complete this area. A large hallway then leads through to the amazing garden room/conservatory that doubles as a superb dining hall. This room features a vaulted ceiling with exposed A-frame roof timbers, exposed stone walls, slate floor and solid fuel Rayburn range. A door leads off this room to an exciting party barn/gym with bar area, WC and doors to outside.

    Main First Floor
    Stairs rise up from the reception hall to the main first floor area that includes four bedrooms (two with en suite shower rooms) that overlook the front garden. A family bathroom completes this part of the first floor.

    Second First Floor
    A second staircase with gallery landing rises up from the garden room conservatory to the main bedroom that features a vaulted ceiling and beautiful traditional A-frame roof timbers, walk-in wardrobe and an en suite shower room.

    Externally
    The property is approached by a smart gated tarmacadam drive that sweeps down to the house and courtyard. Behind the house is a large courtyard with ample parking and turning area. To the front of the house is the traditional courtyard that has been landscaped to provide a pretty garden area with a walled lawned area and pond bisected by a walkway and a wooden garden gazebo providing cover for alfresco dining.

    The Outbuildings
    On the side of the of the traditional courtyard are two newly renovated garages double garages/ workshop areas. At the base of the traditional courtyard is a stone built stable block that is perfect for horses and ponies as well as general storage. Adjacent is a modern general purpose barn. At the rear of this barn is a sheltered outdoor BBQ area has been created to enjoy the outside while having shelter. Behind the house is another general purpose modern barn with a main open barn and an enclosed wing that are both perfect for machinery, workshop purposes, feed or animals.

    The Land
    The property extends to about 44 acres (stms – subject to measured survey) as identified by the yellow boundary on the aerial land plan. The land is divided into manageable enclosures for horses, ponies, livestock and feed making like hay. To the north of the property is a stunning woodland valley bordering a stream with waterfalls that is a magical wildlife habitat and haven for flora and fauna. An exciting trail of tracks go around and through the woods providing access to explore and enjoy them. The land as whole offers interesting opportunities for establishing habitats/ re-wilding/ set-aside/ tree planting, other environmental schemes as well as potential tourism uses like glamping and camping (stp).

    Option
    There is an option to purchase further pastureland and woodland (about 78 acres - stms) that adjoins the property by separate negotiation (as identified by the red boundary on the aerial land plan). This land will not be sold before the main property in Lot 1 (yellow boundary).

This property offers a stunning home and I love the amazing, attached barns for dining and entertaining. I also like the variety of land around the property and the woodland valley is a magical haven to explore and get away from it all.

Daniel ReesProperty agent

Local information

  • Pwll Yr Heirn is set in an idyllic location in the historic county of Ceredigion, West Wales. The popular market town of Newcastle Emlyn is only about two miles away offering a broad selection of everyday shops, independent retailers, restaurants, pubs, primary and secondary schools etc. The scenic Ceredigion county coastline is also within easy reach with the sandy beaches at Aberporth being about eight miles away with numerous neighbouring beaches and coves to explore. The seaside resort of New Quay is about 15 miles.
  • The famous town of Cardigan is about 13 miles again with a broad range of independent and high street shop names together with further restaurants, active theatre, cinema, schools etc. The beach at Poppit Sands is about three miles down river from Cardigan.
  • The larger shopping town of Carmarthen and the A48 M4 link road is about 19 miles providing quick access to south Wales (Swansea about 48 miles, Cardiff about 91 miles) the Severn Bridge and into England (about 115 miles).

Additional information

  • General Remarks and Stipulations
  • Method of Sale
  • The property will be sold by private treaty in two Lots or as a whole.
  • Services
  • Mains electricity and water. Private drainage (two septic tanks). Oil, LPG, air source and solid fuel (wood burners) heating. New solar panel system. CCTV system.
  • Local Authority
  • Ceredigion. Council Tax Band E.
  • Basic Payment Scheme (BPS)
  • The land is registered for the Basic Payment Scheme and the Entitlements are included in the sale (on a pro-rata basis if the farm is sold in two Lots). The Vendor will make reasonable endeavours to transfer the relevant Entitlements to the Purchaser(s) after completion of the sale. Further details are available from the selling agents.
  • Agri-Environment Schemes
  • The Farm is not entered into any Schemes.
  • Designations
  • A narrow strip on the western edge of the property (woodland bordering the River Ceri) is designated SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) and Special Area of Conservation.
  • Sporting, mineral and timber rights
  • Sporting, mineral and timber rights over the land, so far as they are owned are included in the freehold sale.
  • Ingoing Valuation
  • If applicable, in addition to the purchase price the Purchaser(s) will take over and pay for all growing crops, cultivations and stocks and stores (e.g., feeding stuffs, hay, straw, fuels, oils etc) at valuation. Payment is to be made upon completion at the figure assessed by the Vendors' value based upon CAAV rates or contractors' rates where applicable and invoiced costs of stocks, stores, seed, fertiliser and sprays applied.
  • Overage
  • The farmland being sold with the property will be subject to a reservation by the vendor of 40% of any uplift in value in the event that planning consent is granted for non-agricultural use within a period of 35 years following completion. This payment will be triggered on the earlier of implementation of planning or a sale with the benefit of planning. This payment will apply for each planning consent if there are more than one during the period.
  • Machinery, Fittings & Contents
  • Unless specifically described in these particulars, all machinery, fittings and contents are excluded from the sale though some may be available by separate negotiation. Further information is available from the vendor's agents.
  • Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
  • The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, and electricity supplies and any other rights and obligations, easements and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in the Conditions of Sale or not. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/ bridleways.
  • There are no public footpaths or bridleways on the property.
  • Plans, Areas and Schedules
  • Any available plans, areas, and schedules are for identification and reference purposes only. The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the description of the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof.
  • Viewing
  • Strictly by appointment with Savills.
  • Health & Safety
  • Given the potential hazards of a farm we would ask you to as vigilant as possible for your own safety when making your inspection, particularly around the farm outbuildings, machinery and livestock.
  • Note:
  • Some external and drone photographs taken prior to 2024.
  • EPC Rating: E