Maesylan, Bwlchnewydd Road, Laugharne, Carmarthen SA33


4 Bedrooms

• 180 acre dairy/livestock farm in A convenient rural setting within A belt of highly productive land.
• spacious 4 bedroom farmhouse enjoying views over the surrounding countryside.
• extensive range of traditional and modern buildings including cubicle housing for approx 200 head.
• viewing recommended - EPC rating F.

Ground Floor:

Entrance Hall:
Having a woodblock floor, radiator, fitted base storage cupboards and a door leading to the Inner Hallway.

12' 6" x 9' 10" (3.81m x 3.00m) having double aspect windows and part tiled walls. The kitchen is equipped with a range of fitted base units that incorporate a stainless steel double bowl sink unit together with work surfaces over with further storage in matching wall mounted units.
There is plumbing for an automatic washing machine, an electric cooker point and oil fired boiler that provides central heated and hot water.

Dining Room:
13' 6" x 9' 10" (4.11m x 3.00m) having a feature stone fireplace and radiator.

Inner Hallway:
With radiator, stairs rising to the first floor, understairs storage cupboard, a uPVC door leading the conservatory, and doors to both the sitting room and lounge.

Sitting Room:
13' 10" x 13' 2" (4.22m x 4.01m) With 2 radiator, window to the fore.

13' 10" x 12' 2" (4.22m x 3.71m) With 2 radiator, window to the fore.

10' 10" x 13' 1" (3.30m x 3.99m) with full length uPVC double glazed windows with wall lights and central ceiling light/fan.

First Floor:

With access to loft and shelved storage cupboard.

Bedroom 1
10' 5" x 11' 6" (3.18m x 3.51m) with fitted wardrobes and radiator.

Bedroom 2
5' 8" x 6' (1.73m x 1.83m)

10' 2" x 11' 6" (3.10m x 3.51m) With airing cupboard having louvre doors together with a bath, shower cubicle with Myra electric shower unit, W.C., vanity wash hand basin, fully tiled walls and radiator.

Bedroom 3
14' x 13' 5" (4.27m x 4.09m) with 2 radiators, and fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom 4
13' 5" x 12' (4.09m x 3.66m) with 2 radiators and built in wardrobes with louvre doors.

The farmhouse has a lawned garden to the rear whilst to the fore is a further lawn and patio.

Domestic outbuildings including a Greenhouse, Various Store Sheds and an Outside W.C.

The farm buildings:
The farm buildings are typical of a progressive farmstead development comprising a range of traditionally constructed buildings alongside more modern buildings feed yards etc.

The buildings include Garage 32' x 20' being of steel portal frame with box profile clad walls and roof.

Cattle Shed 45' x 18'6" - originally a silage clamp but more recently used for livestock housing and being an Atcost building with concrete stations with infill side panels under a cement fibre roof.

Cubicle Sheds with adjoining Implement Shed These buildings front onto a Feeding Yard and are portal framed buildings with clad elevations under a box profile clad roof and providing just over 100 cubicles together with an implement shed being 60' x 30' approx. And having a compact floor.

Close to these building is an Open Clamp and a substantial Slurry Store believed to have a capacity of 180,000 gallons with a 12,000 gallon Reception Pit.

The Milking Parlour is housed in a traditionally constructed building of stone walls under a slate roof that includes an 8 stall abreast parlour with cake loft over with dairy and loose housing/calf cots adjoining.

Close to this is an Atcost shed 95' x 35'. This building was originally a Silage Clamp but now provides approximately 50 cubicles with a covered feed area.

A further block of Cow and Young Stock Cubicles for approximately 48 head are located around a further Feed Yard This building is of steel portal frame with Yorkshire board cladding over block wall elevations under a corrugated cement fibre roof.

Workshop 30’ x 17’ being a steel portal frame with box profile clad walls and roof.

Hayshed 75' x 40' overall being of portal frame with corrugated iron and corrugated asbestos cladding with a 3 Bay Lean-To and used as an additional workshop, livestock housing and for hay/straw.

As with many farms of this nature there are also various Pig Sties, Calf Cots, General Storage, etc.

There are various Pig Sties and Traditionally Constructed Buildings used for livestock housing together with an Open Clamp and a 180,000 gallon Slurry Store with 12,000 gallon Reception Pit.

The land:
A plan of the land is attached for identification purposes only.

The farm extends to 180 acres or thereabouts being a productive parcel of level or gently sloping, good quality, free draining land suitable for grazing and cropping, all within a ring fence and all being conveniently located to the farmstead with access off a bridleway that passes through the farm. The land is located in an area renowned for having a depth of topsoil.

Whilst there are some areas of slopping land more suitable for grazing, there is relatively little waste land and the fields are all reasonably well fenced and gated with access to a suitable water supply.

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