The property consists of a 5/6 bedroom period farmhouse, dating back to 1700's, with both stone and modern agricultural buildings. The property is steeped in history and local folklore. The house is located in the centre of its 123 acres of land, surrounded by stone barns in courtyard setting, with a large duck pond to the front. It is approached by its own long tree lined tarmac drive.
The buildings consist of a large stone range which is divided into smaller units, suited for stabling, tack room, hay store, garaging, or general storage. There are several other buildings, some of which are currently used as a workshop, log store, boiler house, outside toilet and dog kennel. The large steel agricultural building is located to the rear of the property, situated several hundred meters from the house. The buildings are in good order and all benefit from a mains electricity supply. They could easily be adapted to suit a prospective buyers needs.
The land is suited for forage and arable crop production, as well as grazing. It has been registered under the Welsh Single Application Form Scheme and the entitlements are available by separate negotiation. The fields are ring fenced, with the land being split as 90 acres or thereabouts of agricultural land, with the rest being walking/riding/field access tracks and ancient deciduous woodland. There is both mains and a private water supply.
The enchanted woodland, littered with bluebells and wild garlic in the spring, is bordered by rivers, streams, waterfalls and a gorge. The main river, the Ceri sits on the farm boundary, several hundred meters from the house and is a tributary to the famous Teifi river. The woodland contains many rare species of both fauna and flora and as such, is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest. There are several woodland paths for walking or riding at the property, some of which can be accessed with a vehicle. A wooden amphitheatre is located in the centre of the woodland.
The property benefits from uninterrupted views towards the Preseli mountains. It is secluded, yet only 1.5 miles from the bustling market town of Newcastle Emlyn, where all amenities including shops, supermarkets, a post office, GP surgery, junior and secondary schools and a leisure center are located.
There are no public footpaths through the property offering complete privacy.
The property is in turn key condition and could easily be subdivided to accommodate relatives, business opportunities etc. It benefits from a dual fuel heating system of wood and oil, which with access to the property's woodland, provides a very economical system.
The Blue Flag beaches of Aberporth, Tresaith and Penbryn are only a ten minute drive away.
The property is chain free. Viewing strictly by appointment only.
The property is situated in close proximity to the renowned Teifi Valley, bordered by both Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
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