Offers in the region of
Berthlwyd, Maesymeillion, Llandysul, Ceredigion, SA44 4NG
Farm for sales
An excellent opportunity to acquire a farmstead extending to approximately 88.23 acres with house and buildings
- Well-presented 3 bedroom farmhouse.
- Approximately 88.23 acres of pasture land.
- Small range of modern agricultural buildings.
- Traditional buildings of stone construction.
- Farmstead centrally located within the land.
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY
The property provides an agricultural unit and farmstead extending to approximately 88.23 acres, a range of agricultural buildings and a well-presented three bedroom farmhouse. The land varies from gently sloping to steep in topography and is currently all permanent pasture.
Situated a short distance out of the village of Maesymeillion, Berthlwyd is approximately 4 miles north of Llandysul and 20 miles west of Cardigan. The property is accessed by a private drive from the unnamed road which runs between Maesymeillion and Pren-gwyn.
The farmhouse, dating back to circa. 1900, is a period property of stone under tile construction. The house benefits from a woodchip pellet biomass boiler and solar panels for which the associated tariffs are received. The accommodation briefly comprises;
Kitchen with Belfast sink, cooker point, tiled floor, traditional appearance with brick arch construction used as storage. Door through to;
Utility Room providing a large, useful space with built-in units, work surface, point for washing machine, large window to rear, double doors to side, and door providing access to the house, with further door to;
Downstairs Lavatory with WC and wash hand basin.
Dining Room with recently tiled floor, window to the front, exposed timber staircase rising to the first floor, chimney breast and wood burning stove, door providing external access with further door through to;
Living Room with wood burning stove, original tiles laid on an insulated floor, with window and door to front, timber staircase rising to first floor and door through to;
Snug/Study with period open fireplace, tiled floor and window to front.
Living Room Staircase to the first floor provides access to;
Bedroom 3 - double bedroom with exposed timber floor and window to front.
Upstairs WC with WC, wash hand basin and window to front.
Bedroom 2 - double bedroom with window to front and exposed timber floor. A door leads from Bedroom 2 to the main landing area with door to;
Family Bathroom with modern bathroom suite including wash hand basin, walk-in shower, bath, heated towel rail, tiled walls and floor and two windows to rear.
The Main Landing leads to;
Bedroom 1 - large double bedroom with exposed timber floor, window to front, alcove area and cupboard housing hot water cylinder. The house benefits from timber framed double glazing throughout.
Externally, there is a small range of traditional farm buildings situated in close proximity to the house. There is a Modern Steel Portal Framed Building used for cattle housing constructed approximately 15 years ago, extending to 35ft by 75ft (including overhang). Abutted to this is a further Steel Portal Framed Building constructed approximately 10 years ago extending to 30ft by 75ft, also utilised for housing cattle.
There is a further Steel Truss Frame Dutch Barn with Lean-To on each side under corrugated steel sheet roof, totalling approximately 39ft by 82ft. Although of older construction, this shed provides a useful area for the storage of fodder and machinery.
The land in total extends to approximately 88.23 acres (35.71 hectares). Of this, 2.64 acres are woodland, 2.22 acres of yard, buildings and track, with the remaining 83.37 acres being permanent pasture.
The land varies from Grade 3b on the Predictive Agricultural Land Classification Maps for Wales to the northern part of the holding, to Grade 4 and very small areas of Grade 5 to the south-eastern boundary.
The land to the northern half of the farm is gently sloping and provides a good area of versatile pasture land.
Field parcels are bound by mature hedgerows and post and wire stock-proof fencing.
The land is accessed via the entrance lane and through the yard.
The farmhouse benefits from a mains electricity connection, mains water and a private foul waste system. The buildings and land are serviced by a spring fed water system.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The land is registered on the CAP Information Service and Entitlements to the Basic Payment Scheme are established and claimed against through Rural Payments Wales. The Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements are available by separate negotiation.
TENURE AND POSSESSION
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
EASEMENTS, WAYLEAVES AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing and new rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies, together with all rights of way, obligations, easements and wayleaves whether referred to in these particulars or not. VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agent.
Ceredigion County Council
Council Tax Band: E
Travelling east on the A475 from the Horeb crossroads, follow the road into the village of Pren-gwyn. In the village of Pren-gwyn, turn left signposted Pontsian and Maesymeillion. Travel along this road for approximately 0.8 of a mile where the farm drive can be found on your left. Alternatively, head south-east from the crossroads in Maesymeillion for approximately 0.5 miles where the farm drive will be on your right. The farm drive is identifiable by a slate “Berthlwyd” sign.