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Furnace, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA15
Guide price £1,600,000 | 4 bedrooms | 108.0 acres

Ciliaugwyn Farm offers a rare opportunity to purchase an extensive dairy unit extending to approximately 108 acres. With stunning views over the Loughor Estuary and towards the Gower Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

Description
Ciliaugwyn Farm offers a rare opportunity to purchase an extensive dairy unit extending to approximately 108 acres. With stunning views over the Loughor Estuary and towards the Gower Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).Comprising of a four-bedroomed traditional farmhouse, together with a range of traditional and modern agricultural buildings, 108 acres of grassland and woodland surrounding the farm.

Location
The property is situated near the large industrial town of Llanelli, providing a comprehensive range of facilities and amenities. Llanelli benefits from great transport links with multiple trunk roads and the M4 Motorway being situated nearby, along with Llanelli train station, benefitting from train links to West Wales, the Marches and Heart of Wales Lines. Llanelli is located near the city of Swansea (11 miles) and the market town of Carmarthen (16 miles).

The Farmhouse
Ciliaugwyn comprises of a traditional built farmhouse and extended over the years to provide spacious accommodation with superb views over the stunning local countryside and estuary. Upon entering the property, you are met with a spacious entrance hall with stairs leading to the first floor and generous storage below. From here there are doors to a recently renovated double bedroom or separate living area and the sitting room. The sitting room benefits from a large window that provides plenty of natural light and a cast iron fireplace, moving into the spacious dining/living area, the room comprises of a cast iron fireplace, French doors, large windows and access to the kitchen and utility room.


The kitchen is complete with a range of wall and base units to include cupboard and drawer space, a large gas range cooker, space for whitegoods, access to the rear of the property and the recently renovated bathroom, with a walk-in shower, bath, W.C, hand wash basin and ample storage.


The first-floor landing provides access to each three spacious double bedrooms all benefiting from Eastern views across the Estuary and Gower AONB. There is also a large storage room situated halfway up the staircase that is located above the kitchen, with restricted head room this storage space provides potential for a further one or two bedrooms with the relevant planning permissions. The dwelling is in need of renovation, with some works already undertaken. The property holds a great amount of potential for purchasers to put their own mark on a family forever homestead that offers spacious living accommodation.

Outside
To the left of the dwelling, three large garages of stone construction, can be found, with each having large timber doors and an inspection pit to the garage at the furthest end. There is an outhouse to the immediate rear of the farmhouse. The house also benefits from a large concrete patio area to the front of the property that offers excellent views over the local estuary and beyond.

Outbuildings
The farmhouse is situated within a courtyard type complex, with two large stone constructed barns situated on either side of the dwelling that date back to 1820. The first stone barn that is situated to the right of the dwelling extends to 50ft x 15ft. The second barn, situated to the left of the dwelling, measures to 90ft x 30ft. Both barns are of substantial size and offer conversion potential with the relevant planning permissions.


There is a further third stone barn, situated at the top of the yard, above the farmhouse, of traditional stone construction with corrugated steel roofing panels above. The barn extends to 40ft x 18ft.


The stable block comprises of 13 stables with two separate tack rooms that are of stone block construction. These stables benefit from being located near gateways into large parcels of land. The stables offer potential for an equestrian livery service to be run from the property, with large amounts of space for parking and easy access to the neighbouring paddocks. The stables are 12.5ft x 10ft in size, with the tack rooms being 8ft x 12ft and 12.5ft x 4.66ft.

Parlour and Collection Yard
The first steel portal framed building comprises of a 6x12 herringbone swing over parlour, which also benefits from automatic feeders, automatic cluster removal (ACR), gripped concrete flooring, reinforced concrete walls and measures to 90ft x 30ft. The building is currently used for milking, feeding and the collection of the cattle before entering the parlour.

Indoor Silage Pit
The second agricultural building, extending to 90ft x 30ft comprises of reinforced concrete walls and concrete flooring with access from the outdoor feeding yard. The silage pit is currently used for machinery storage.

Cattle Shed
The third of the steel portal framed agricultural buildings, measures 120ft x 50ft. The cattle shed (built in 2010) comprises of concrete flooring with concrete panelled walls and 104 steel cattle cubicles.

Milk Vending Machine
The current owners diversified the farmstead by incorporating a milk vending machine business on the entrance driveway from the main trunk road. A majority of the equipment is currently still in situ and will be available upon separate negotiation (unless sold prior).

The Land
Ciliaugwyn Farm is an extensive dairy farm extending in total to 108 acres (43.7 hectares). The farmland is a mixture of grassland and woodland. The land is bound by stockproof fencing and hedgerows, the land benefits from being situated in one singular large parcel. The land is accessible via multiple gateways from the farm track and the concrete/hardcore farmyard. The land benefits from mains fed water tanks situated in many of the fields.

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The land has excellent stocking capabilities in this farming area of South Carmarthenshire. The farm benefits from Grade 3a and 3b freely draining soils, with the land being primarily suited for grassland and some arable cropping with spring and autumn sown crops well suited to the freely draining land. The land is currently used for grazing and annual silage cropping.


The land benefits from multiple natural water supplies throughout. The land is predominately flat with some undulating areas. The topography and nature of the land may offer additional biodiversity and natural capital opportunities, and subsequently provide possible income generation and capital growth in future. The land benefits from a plethora of biodiversity in the form of permanent pasture, mature trees, woodland, hedgerows, and natural water which may provide opportunities including mitigating carbon in the future.

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Directrions
From the village of Furnace, Llanelli, travel Northeast along the B4309 for approximately 1.5 miles, where the property can be found sign posted on the right hand side of the road. From the village of Pontyates, exit the village and travel Southwest on the B4309f for R 4.5 miles until the property can be found before entering Furnace village on the left-hand side with the McCartneys For Sale board.From the centre of Trimsaran, head Southeast along Trimsaran Road/B4308 for 1 mile before bearing left onto Rehoboth Road, travel 2 miles on this road until you enter Five Roads village, where you will turn right at a crossroads. After this turning, travel a further 1.5 miles along the B4309 and the property will be found signposted with our McCartneys For Sale Board.

Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale as a whole by Informal Tender (unless previously sold). Tenders close Friday 2nd of August 2024 at 12 noon. Tenders are to be delivered to; McCartneys LLP, 40 High Street, Brecon, Powys, LD3 7AP marked "FAO Mr Sion Thomas ; Tender - Ciliaugwyn Farm, Furnace, Llanelli, SA15 4RY".The Vendor reserves the right not to accept the highest, or indeed, any offer. The Vendor reserves the right to accept offers prior to the tender date.

Price Guide
Guide Price of £1,600,000

Viewing arrangements
Strictly by appointment through the selling agents.

 

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