A superbly situated 51 ACRE SMALL FARM known as Rhyd-Ddu Farm situated on the outskirts of the small rural community of Glandwr with far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. There is huge potential on a beautiful stone barn which could provide additional accommodation or income from holiday lettings (subject to any consents required).
The land is predominantly pastureland split into a number of enclosures (around 20 ) and there are additional outbuildings including 2 Dutch Barns and a further old pig sty and granary.
The whole farm has been very well looked after with the gardens and outbuildings well attended to over the years and this is a great opportunity for a younger energetic owner to come along and enjoy its superb location and work the land.
The Farmhouse has lots of character with many original features and has a lounge, dining area with a beautiful old inglenook, which in addition to the usual bread oven also has a very rare pig smokery to the side of the inglenook. On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms and a bathroom.
Overall a classic Welsh small farm with good land, no immediate neighbours and fantastic rural views with further development potential (subject to any consents).
Entrance via timber stable-style front door into:
With 2 double-glazed windows to side, tiled flooring, door through to:
27' 10'' x 13' 1'' (8.5m x 4m) A lovely large room with 3 double-glazed windows to the front, the dining area has a multi-fuel stove set in large, exposed stone feature inglenook fireplace with attractive lighting incorporating original bread oven and smokery, exposed stone walls, staircase to first floor, under-stairs storage space, in the lounge area there is a further multi-fuel stove set in a fireplace with timber beam over, exposed timber flooring.
34' 9'' x 5' 10'' (10.6m x 1.8m) With 3 double-glazed windows to side and rear, a range of timber wall and base units, work surfaces with double-bowl sink/drainer unit, electric oven with hob over, part-tiled walls and tiled flooring.
With 2 double-glazed windows to side, stable-style door out to rear garden area, original salt-slab work surfaces, Belfast sink, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, floor-standing oil-fired boiler, tiled flooring, door to:
With window to the front, low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin.
Accessed via staircase in lounge/dining room and giving access to:
16' 8'' x 13' 5'' (5.1m x 4.1m) With double-glazed windows to the front and side, attractive exposed stone wall with ornamental fireplace, built-in wardrobe and storage cupboards, access to loft space.
13' 5'' x 10' 2'' (4.1m x 3.1m) With double-glazed window to the front, access to loft space.
14' 1'' x 6' 6'' (4.3m x 2m) With double-glazed window to rear, feature exposed stone wall, under-eaves storage space, access to loft space.
With double-glazed window to rear, shower cubicle with electric shower fitted, low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, access to loft space, under-eaves storage housing the water tank.
The property is approached via a track from a minor road which leads to the farmhouse and outbuildings. There is a patio and large lawned area to the front of the property. There is a vegetable growing area to the side with polytunnel and fruit trees together with planted flower / shrub beds. To the rear there is a large concrete hardstanding with a variety of sheds as well as a greenhouse which has electric connected. There is also a large generator which is included in the sale.
Steps lead up to the large lawned garden area.
Our vendor advises that the owner of Rhyd-Ddu benefits from Commoner's Rights on the adjacent common land (CL.51).
The property benefits a stone range of outbuildings of stone construction with slate roof with stable doos, comprising:
Former Milking Parlour (4.5m x 4.1m)
Old Stables (5.0m x 4.1m)
Old Forge (10.2m x 4.1m)
There is also the former pig sty (10.2m x 4.9m) and the granary (4.3m x 2.1m) which are of stone / metal construction.
There are also 2 useful Dutch barns.
We are advised that all of the outbuildings have electricity connected and a water supply.
The majority of the land is gently sloping pasture arranged in around 20 or so small enclosures with stock-proof fencing, some of which have water connected. There are magnificent, far-reaching views from the land.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre or our sister company, Houses For Sale in Wales.
Services: Mains electricity, private water (spring), private drainage (septic tank), oil-fired central heating.
Council Tax: Band E, Pembrokeshire County Council (charge for 2022/23 is: £1,899.58).
Managers Notes; As is common in Wales we are advised by our client that a footpath runs through the farm.
From Cardigan, take the A478 towards Narberth. Continue through the village of Crymych, Pentregalar and take the left turning signposted towards Glandwr. Pass D E Phillips electricians on the right. Continue for another half a mile and the entrance track to Rhyd-ddu is next on the right hand side. Name at entrance. Shared track with another two properties called Plas Bach & Caerwen. Continue right to the end of the track where you will find Rhyd-Ddu.
For further information on this property please call 01239 621303 or e-mail [email protected]