Traditional West Wales livestock farm with potential for lifestyle-change buyers.
Penddol farm is an attractive traditional livestock farm that is currently vacant with the farmland being let to a local farmer for grazing and cropping. The farm offers the opportunity for farmers seeking a second farming unit, a main unit for those re-locating or looking to start off in farming and also to lifestyle-change buyers wanting a property with land for small-scale farming, leisure/equestrian use, possible tourism potential with holiday cottages (stp) etc.
The pretty farmhouse has over the years been extended at the rear to provide further accommodation space. Attached to the house is an old farm building/stable with loft over that provides the potential to extend into and provide further house accommodation/annexe if required (stp subject to planning). The house sits at the head of a traditional farmyard with useful farm buildings arranged around it. Some of the older traditional buildings have potential for conversion into other uses (stp). Further more modern outbuildings in various states of repair are situated beyond, that offer livestock housing but also other storage/workshop uses. The farmland stretches to the west and south from the farmstead and provides productive pastureland for grazing and silage/hay making. In all, the farm extends to about 114 acres (stms subject to measured survey).
Accommodation Ground Floor
A welcoming front entrance porch leads into the large sitting room with attractive inglenook brick fireplace with an impressive beam over, flanked by a display alcove. A door leads off to the rear hall with door on the left to the utility room, second staircase to the first floor and steps to the right leading to the large dining room. This room features a tiled floor, blue Rayburn Range and door to outside. Beyond the dining room is the modern kitchen area with fitted units, oven, hob and space for appliances etc.
Stairs rise from the sitting room to the first floor accommodation that includes two bedrooms at the front of the house and two bedrooms at the rear, one with an en suite bathroom and the other enjoying a balcony. The floor is completed by a family shower room.
Externally & the Outbuildings
To the rear of the house is a garden area. To the front of the house is the traditional farmyard with a number of traditional farm buildings arranged around it that have conversion potential (stp). These buildings include the former cowshed, milking parlour, Dutch barns, old livestock housing, silage, hay/feed storage buildings, cubicles, livestock yards, sheep dip area and slurry pit. The outbuildings are all in various states of repair having not been used for some time.
The farm extends to about 114 acres (stms) and includes productive pastureland suitable for grazing, silage and hay making divided into manageable fields suitable for machinery. The land is in the main, level to gently sloping with some steeper fields towards the village on the eastern boundary and areas of woodland on the southern and western boundaries.
An additional block of valley pastureland is located across the council road to the north.
Neighbouring property Maes Y Wawr
Note: Area with a black boundary on farm sale plan is an agricultural barn that is in third party ownership belonging to the owners of the bungalow called Maes Y Wawr that is located opposite the barn. This property has a right of access down the farm lane to reach its property and land.
Pretty West Wales farm with enjoying far reaching views.Daniel Rees