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Cwmdu, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, SA19
Guide price £635,000 | 3 bedrooms | 68.0 acres

Property features

• 68 acre small farm
• House and buildings located centrally within the ground
• Great rural location

** See Drone Video Tour** A delightfully situated 68 ACRE SMALL FARM set in stunning Carmarthenshire countryside with far reaching views. The property comprises a modernised 3 bedroom farmhouse having 2 reception rooms with large garden to rear incorporating a summer house, a lovely range of outbuildings including traditional stone barns and useful modern sheds ideal for the keeping of livestock, workshops, implement storage, hobbies, etc.

Ffoslas is a delightful country property set in beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside just 7 miles from the town of Llandeilo and only a short distance from the popular rural village of Cwmdu having a village shop, post office and pub.


The property consists of around 68 acres of farmland separated into useful sized enclosures incorporating several small parcels of amenity woodland but on the whole laid to grass with river frontage along the southern boundary. A private approach lane leads to the homestead which includes a traditional farmhouse modernised in the 1990's and an extremely useful range of outbuildings including stone barns and portal frame buildings.

Ffoslas is well suited to a buyer seeking escape to an area known for its wonderful scenery, landscape, meandering rivers, etc. This small farm could be used for the keeping of livestock on a commercial basis or alternatively the buyer could simply let the land whilst still enjoying the control of the surrounding fields.

The Farmhouse

The farmhouse is believed to date to the mid-1800's but was significantly re-furbished in 1992. The front door opens into a traditional Hallway with a quarry tiled floor with stairs leading to the first floor and under-stairs cupboard. To the right is the Dining Room having an oak floor whilst to the left of the hallway is a traditional Sitting Room with attractive oak flooring and a large recessed inglenook fireplace with original bread oven and a solid fuel 'Coalbrookdale' stove set on a slate hearth. Typically of traditional farmhouses the Kitchen is located to the rear where there is a range of units and an oil fired 'Stanley' range heats the domestic hot water and runs the central heating. Off the kitchen is a useful Utility Room which has a quarry tiled floor, fitted sink and a larder cupboard: there is a door to the garden.

At First Floor level is a spacious Landing off which are 3 double Bedrooms together with a Nursery/Study, a Family Bathroom which has a wood panelled bath, low level w.c., pedestal sink and an airing cupboard. A separate Shower Room houses a shower cubicle and a wash hand basin.


To the rear of the house is a lovely south facing lawned garden which rises to an elevated timber summerhouse ideal as a hobby room, reading room or just to take advantage of the spectacular views to the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons beyond.

The Outbuildings

The private lane leads to a stoned yard around which are a series of useful buildings. The traditional 2-storey Stone Barn consists of a Workshop area with loft storage and further Storage Room and to one end of this barn is a Home Office set out over 2 floors having access at First Floor Level into an office/sitting area with steps down to a kitchenette and shower room.

On the opposite side of the yard is a single storey Stone Barn currently used as a Workshop and at the lower end a series of more modern Farm Buildings including a Block and Steel Building (36m x 6.5m average) with concrete floor, power and water, and an Open-fronted Lean-to (14m x 5.4m) ideal as a machinery shed, French Barn (13m x 4.1m) with animal race and separation gates suitable to create loose boxes. Beyond is a further Timber and Portal Frame Building (19m x 8.9m) ideal for the housing of livestock, machinery, etc.

The Land

The land amounts to approximately 68 acres of usefil sized well-fenced enclosures s with river frontage along the southern boundary. The clean south facing land is gently sloping mostly laid to permanent pasture, and been used for grazing sheep for many years. There are also a number of small amenity woodland enclosures. It is considered that the land is suitable for commercial livestock farming with potential for letting to nearby farmers, or possibly for equestrian activities.


There are a number of footpaths passing through the property.

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