Impressive small farm. Occupying an idyllic setting Western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Charming 1 bedroom farmhouse. Detached 2 bedroom cottage. Detached studio/office. Outbuilding. Beautiful gardens & grounds. Ponds, woodland & pastureland. In all, about 66 acres (stms). Farmland registered as organic.
Pant Y Turnor is a very pretty small residential farm enjoying an idyllic location on the western edge of the famous Brecon Beacons National Park. The large village of Llangadog with railway station providing national connections is only about 5.5 miles away to the north-west. The A40 road also runs close to Llangadog and provides quick access to the neighbouring towns of Llandovery with state and private schools (about 12 miles to the north), Llandeilo (also about 12 miles to the west) and the larger shopping town of Carmarthen (about 27 miles to the west). The city of Swansea is also within a reasonable distance being about 26 miles away to the south via the most direct route and the capital city of Cardiff is about 58 miles away travelling across the Beacons.
Pant Y Turnor is an old hill farm that had gone into disrepair before being taken on by the current owners and transformed into the very attractive residential farm that it is today. The property comprises a very pretty main farmhouse that has been completely refurbished and renovated to provide a most comfortable 1 bedroom home. Below this farmhouse and arranged on the old traditional courtyard is a charming 2 bedroom barn conversion that is used for friends and family to stay in. Opposite this is another barn conversion that is currently a most comfortable study & music room but has potential for other uses and possibly another cottage (subject to planning consent). Beautiful gardens and wild grounds immediately surround the farmstead together with large ponds that are a rich haven for wildlife. The property also enjoys areas of woodland together with pasture fields.
Farmhouse Ground Floor
The front entrance leads into a welcoming reception hall and a cloakroom off. Off to the right is the sitting room with lovely views to the front of the house, beamed ceiling, flagstone floor and an impressive inglenook stone fireplace with a wood burning stove providing a warm focal point. A door leads off to the rear of the house and to the light farmhouse kitchen with attractive fitted units and a separate utility room. A door leads off the kitchen to the bright conservatory with tiled floor and double doors that open out onto the front garden to enjoy the views.
Stairs rise up from the sitting room to the first floor accommodation that includes a beautiful bedroom with exposed beams and fitted wardrobe. Across the landing and past a walk-in wardrobe is a generous bathroom suite again with exposed beams and a luxurious free-standing bath and a separate shower.
Cottage Ground Floor
Below the farmhouse on one side of the courtyard is an impressive barn conversion that is currently used for friends and family but has the potential for holiday letting etc. The front entrance leads into a breath-taking sitting room with a vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and stone wall and a flagstone floor. At the higher end of the floor is an en suite bedroom while at the lower end is the kitchen area together with an adjacent bathroom.
Stairs rise up from the sitting room to the second bedroom that enjoys the use of an en suite shower room.
Study/Music room Annexe
Opposite the cottage is another impressive barn conversion that currently provides an excellent study/home office together with an adjacent music room. This building could be used for a variety of purposes as well as having the potential to be adapted into a cottage (subject to planning).
Externally & the Land
Beautiful landscaped and wild gardens surround the farmstead with flowers, bushes, shrubs, mature trees, marsh areas and stunning large ponds that provide a haven for wildlife. Above the farmhouse is a large and very useful general purpose outbuilding that is used for storing machinery and livestock. Easily accessible pasture fields surround the farmstead together with small areas of woodland. In all, the farm extends to about 66 acres (stms subject to measured survey). The farmland (grass, forage & woodland) is registered as organic. We have been informed that the farm also enjoys grazing rights on the adjacent Brecon Beacons National Park common land
General Remarks and Stipulations
Machinery, Fixtures & Fittings
Unless specifically described in these particulars, all machinery, fixtures & fittings are excluded from the sale though 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.
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