Three Hundred and Ninety Five Thousand Pound
Pistyll North, Abergorlech, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA32 7TB
Remote detached barn conversion for sales
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY
Pystill North provides an excellent opportunity to acquire a residential development opportunity in a secluded rural location.
The property provides a derelict former farmhouse of stone construction and adjacent outbuilding, a former cow shed and a traditional stone barn. All the buildings have detailed planning consent for conversion and renovation.
Lot 1: Traditional Farmhouse £125,000
Lot 2: The Old Cow Shed £75,000
Lot 3: Traditional Stone Barn £195,000
The former farmhouse is of stone construction under a corrugated steel roof. Sitting in a prominent position within the plot, the house enjoys scenic views over the surround countryside across the Cothi Valley.
The farmhouse has detailed planning consent for renovation to a three bedroom property. Situated in an L shape, the property extends to approximately 11.77m x 4.59m and 5.16m x 3.48m.
Works have been carried out by the current owners in a sympathetic manner to ensure the building is structurally sound.
Adjacent to the farmhouse is an outbuilding of single storey that could be utilised for a variety of purposes. This building measures 7.59m x 4.65m.
Planning Application reference number: E/16582 and E/23613
The Former Cow Shed
The former cow shed is of stone construction under a corrugated steel roof. The building measures approximately 9.57m x 4.59m and has detailed planning consent for conversion to a two bedroom cottage.
Planning Application reference number: E/24750
Traditional Stone Barn
The traditional stone barn is again of stone construction under a corrugated steel roof. The building is arranged in two sections measuring approximately 12.33m x 5.60m and 10.41m x 5.60m. The building has detailed planning consent for conversion to a large detached four bedroom property.
Planning Application reference number: E/23612
The buildings all sit within a pleasant courtyard setting but with plenty of individual external space allowing privacy to be retained. Within the site are a number of mature trees and the possibility for each individual building to have their own point of access from the lane. It is felt that Lot 1: The Farmhouse and Lot 2: The Former Cow Shed would be ideally suited to be purchased together.
The property as a whole lends itself perfectly to someone looking to develop a rural business such as a holiday accommodation. The property would allow for a permanent residence for the occupier whilst having additional accommodation to be utilised for tourist accommodation or other business ventures.
There are currently a range of grants available in Wales to assist small businesses and for start-up business ventures. More details of this can be provided on request.
Pistyll North is situated approximately 7 miles from Llandeilo and 22 miles from Carmarthen.
Carmarthenshire County Council
Tenure and Possession: The property is freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion.
Viewings: Viewings are strictly by appointment with the selling agent.
The property can be accessed from Llandeilo. Travelling north along the B4302 from the A40 in Llandeilo, after approximately 1 mile, turn left in New Inn towards Salem. Follow the signpost to Salem and after passing through the village, turn left at the first crossroads signposted Abergorlech. Follow this road for approximately 1.5 miles before turning left at the T junction. Continuing on this road you will reach the top of the hill before approaching a small crossroads. Carry straight on at the crossroads and as you begin to come down the bank, Pistyll Uchaf farm yard will be on your left hand side approximately 0.5 miles before the satnav states you have reached your destination. The vendors will meet you at Pistyll Uchaf and take you to the property.