Kyngadle Farm, Laugharne, Carmarthen SA33

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£1,100,000
4 Bedrooms
4 Bathrooms

A productive livestock farm, all in a pleasant setting between Laugharne and Pendine.
Including a well proportioned 4 bedroom bungalow together with a useful range of buildings and sound block of productive land approx. 140 acres being ideally suited as a ‘one man’ unit.
Viewing is recommended.

Kyngadle occupies a pleasant rural setting between the villages of Laugharne and Pendine which between them provide a good range of local services and facilities and being within some 4-5 miles or so of the small town of St. Clears with its further amenities and within easy reach of the A40 dual carriageway which provides an excellent road link to the larger town of Carmarthen which is the principal administrative centre for the area and benefits from a wide range of services.The farm is located within a belt of land that is capable of producing good grass crops with surrounding agricultural use including livestock and dairy farms.

Situation

Kyngadle occupies a pleasant rural setting between the villages of Laugharne and Pendine which between them provide a good range of local services and facilities and being within some 4-5 miles or so of the small town of St. Clears with its further amenities and within easy reach of the A40 dual carriageway which provides an excellent road link to the larger town of Carmarthen which is the principal administrative centre for the area and benefits from a wide range of services.

The farm is located within a belt of land that is capable of producing good grass crops with surrounding agricultural use including livestock and dairy farms.

Description

Kyngadle briefly comprises a 140 acre livestock farm that historically has been used as a dairy unit but has in recent years been farmed as a productive livestock farm producing good quality suckler cows and calves and fat cattle and supporting a quality sheep flock. The property includes a well proportioned bungalow together with a useful range of buildings and a productive parcel of land.

The Bungalow

Situated slightly away from the farm buildings and standing within ample grounds that provide established lawns and gardens with a car parking and turning area. The bungalow is a 'Celtic Home' being 'Tyrolean' rendered external elevations with an internal timber frame under a pitched interlocking concrete tiled roof and offers well proportioned accommodation that includes:

A uPVC double glazed entrance door opens into:

Entrance Hall

This has a timber floor, radiator, built in storage cupboard and airing cupboard and leads to an:

Inner Hallway

That has a similar timber floor and leads to the bedroom accommodation.

Bedroom 1 (2.21m x 3.58m (7'3" x 11'9"))

With uPVC window to the side radiator and built in wardrobes with mirrored doors.

Bedroom 2 (3.58m x 2.87m (11'9" x 9'5"))

With uPVC window to the side, radiator and built in wardrobes.

Bedroom 3 (3.58m x 4.70m (11'9" x 15'5"))

With uPVC window to the side, radiator and built in wardrobes with sliding doors.

Bedroom 4 (3.48m x 3.33m (11'5" x 10'11"))

With uPVC window to the side, radiator and built in wardrobes with sliding doors.

Bathroom (2.62m x 3.00m (8'7" x 9'10"))

With part tiled walls and suite comprising bath, w.c. Wash hand basin together with a bidet and radiator.

Shower Room

With shower, W.C., wash hand basin and towel rail style radiator.

Sitting Room (7.09m x 4.78m (23'3" x 15'8"))

Having a part timber and part carpeted floor and triple aspect with windows to the rear and side and a further door leading to the rear garden. There is a focal point of an lpg coal effect fireplace, two radiators and a sliding door that opens into:

Dining Room (4.34m x 2.74m (14'3" x 9'))

Having a timber floor, window to the rear and a radiator. Door to an:

Office (2.21m x 2.82m (7'3" x 9'3"))

With window to the fore.

Kitchen/Diner (6.10m x 2.64m (20' x 8'8"))

With a range of fitted base units, tiled floor. UPVC window to the rear, oil fired 'Aga' for hot water and cooking only and opening into:

Dining Area (3.51m x 3.91m (11'6" x 12'10"))

With patio doors to the rear. Both the Kitchen and the Dining Area have a tiled floor. From the Kitchen there is access to an:

Inner Hallway

With a Cloakroom off that has a shower cubicle, W.C, hand basin and radiator.

Utility Room (2.64m x 3.48m (8'8" x 11'5"))

With a range of fitted base units, tiled floor and uPVC window to the rear.

Side Entrance

Side Entrance: With uPVC doors to the front and rear gardens, tiled floor, 2 built in storage cupboards and a door to the:

Garage

Garage: 6.48m x 5.03m (21' 3" x 16' 6") With up and over door, work benches etc.

Externally

As mentioned above the bungalow stands slightly away from the farm buildings and is within very pleasant lawned areas together with a drive to the fore that provides car parking and turning for several vehicles. There is also a small orchard.

Farm Buildings

These are located slightly away from the residence and are predominantly around concreted yards and have been designed for ease of movement of stock. They comprise:-

A Sheep Shed 60’ x 30’ being of steel portal frame construction with infill block walls having Yorkshire Board cladding overall under a corrugated cement fibre roof on a compact floor with light and power connected.

General Purpose Shed

A steel portal frame with internal timber supports having block walls with corrugated iron cladding over

Silage Clamp: 60’ x 24’ steel frame with Yorkshire board cladding under a corrugated iron clad roof with concrete floor.

Open Silo: 75’ x 34’.

Cubicle Shed (22.86m x 12.80m (75' x 42'))

Of steel portal frame with infill block walls and Yorkshire board cladding over all under a corrugated iron roof and including a calving box/handling pen and some 72 cubicles. Light and power connected.

Pole Barn (18.29m x 21.95m (60' x 72'))

Having a central feed aisle with Yorkshire board clad elevations all under a box profile style roof and used for calving boxes and lambing sheds sloping towards a Slurry Store which is 20’ x 20’ with a depth of 8’ which flows into a slurry store of approximately 190,000 gallons.

Former parlour now being used for storage.

Land

The land extends in total to some 140 acres or thereabouts being divided into useful sized well fenced and gated enclosures, the majority of which has the benefit of good roadside access.

There is approximately 30 acres around the bungalow and buildings with the remainder being a level block of grazing and cropping land with access off a minor roadway. The land is all well fenced and gated with access to suitable water and is capable of producing good crops for grazing and silage.

The land has been used for dairy, beef and sheep production being renowned as an early block of productive land.

A plan is attached for identification purposes only.

Services

Mains water and electricity are connected. There is private drainage to the bungalow which has a full lpg fired central heating and is fully double glazed.

Tenure: The property is offered for sale Freehold with vacant possession upon completion. No Basic Payments are included in the sale.

Local Authority: Carmarthenshire County Council, County Hall, Quay Street, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire SA31 1JP. Tel:

Location Plan

This is an opportunity to acquire a productive grassland unit in a very pleasant and sought after rural setting, being within easy reach of a range of local services that are available within the villages of both Laugharne and Pendine with the towns of St. Clears and Carmarthen also within easy reach. Historically, like so many farms in this area, Kyngadle was a dairy farm, but in recent years it has been used as a sound and productive livestock unit with a range of buildings that have been specifically developed for ease of movement of livestock and management. The property includes a well proportioned, deceptively spacious detached bungalow set slightly away from the farm buildings, which offers deceptively spacious accommodation. The land is a productive block of land which is capable of supporting good quality livestock and viewing is therefore highly recommended.

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