FELINDRE ISAF, GLOGUE, LLANFYRNACH, Pembrokeshire, SA36 OED
Grid Ref: SN222 - 324
The property is approached via a private tarmac entrance lane, which leads off a minor district road, leading down to the small hamlet of Glogue (½ mile). On the other side of the valley is a small private working quarry, on the minor road leading up to the village of Tegryn (1 ½ miles). The village of Hermon is 1 mile distant and provides for chapel and community centre and the market village of Crymych, a further 2 miles and provides for various retail outlets, filling station, leisure centre, primary and Welsh Medium Secondary education. The Market Town of Newcastle Emlyn is some 9 ½ miles distant.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the Agents 01239 710481.
Tenure: Advised Freehold.
Services: Advised mains electric and water. Private drainage. Private water supply to part of the land. UPVC Double Glazed windows and external doors. Council Tax Band ‘D’ £1106.09 (2017/18)
From Crymych on the A478 Cardigan to Tenby road, take the turning for Hermon/Llanfyrnach by the Preseli Secondary School. Carry on this road into Hermon to the Give Way and turn left. Carry on, and you will see a left hand fork as you leave the village heading for Glogue. Go onto this road and carry on ignoring a left hand junction, until you come to a Give way. Turn left and go down the hill and the entrance to Felindre Isaf is the first on the right hand side, with a nameplate on the block built milk churn stand.
Description: A former dairy/stock farm, with the pastureland having been let out in recent years. The Homestead is approached via a private tarmac entrance lane and is set in a sheltered semi-valley location with the pastureland surrounding the Homestead on 3 aspects, with the woodland running down on the valley bottom and bounding with the Afon Tâf, which does provide fishing at some points.
The Dwelling House is of traditional construction and has been upgraded over the years and still provides opportunities for further modernisation works, but provides comfortable family accommodation. The Outbuildings mainly lie to one side of the House, on a spacious concrete base yard and consists of a substantial brick cowshed range which lends itself for possible conversion purposes (subject to necessary consents) while other buildings are suited for livestock and general storage purposes, or for a base for a self-employed craftsman.
The pastureland is in good heart with the majority of fields being individually ring fenced and a mature block of woodland, suited for various amenity purposes.
The detached two storey Farmhouse provides the following Accommodation (all measurements are approximate.
Front Porch: With opaque glazed and leaded insert panel door with window to both sides, Terrazzo tiled floor, leading to timber half opaque glazed front door into
Hallway: With stairs to first floor (currently with stair lift fitted), open under stairs storage area, telephone point, single power point, doors off to
Sitting Room: 14’1 x 13’9 with tiled surround open fireplace, window to fore, picture rail, 2 double power points, 2 single power point, cooker point, base unit with stainless steel single bowl drainer sink unit.
Living Room: 14’2 x 9’7 with window to fore, stone faced surround fireplace with timber mantle and tiled hearth and woodburner connected, 4 double power point, single power point, door off to
Kitchen/Diner: 22’1 x 9’6 with 2 windows to rear, aged fitted base and wall units, stainless steel single bowl & double drainer sink unit, oil fired Rayburn (does cooking and hot water) with tiled wall area to rear, plumbing for washing machine, wooden floor panelling, 3 double power point, 2 single power point, cooker point, telephone extension point, built in broom cupboard, door off to
Larder/Dairy: 9’7 x 6’6 with shelving, single power point, timber sash window to side.
Rear Porch: With opaque glazed panel rear door, window to rear, pedestal hand wash basin, wooden floor panelling door off to
Cloakroom: With WC, steel window to side.
First Floor: Landing with access to loft space, double power point, telephone point, door off to:
Bedroom 1: (on left) 14’1 x 13’11 with window to fore, tiled surround original fireplace, double power point, hand wash basin.
Bedroom 2: 14’2 x 9’8 with window to fore, single power point, hand wash basin set in vanity unit.
Bedroom 3: (on left) 9’10 x 9’5 with window to rear, single power point, hand wash basin.
Bathroom: 6’7 x 6’1 with opaque window to rear, tiled walls, pedestal hand wash basin, WC, walk in shower cubicle with unit, glazed screen and seat, electric wall heater.
Airing Cupboard: With hot water tank and immersion heater fitted.
Bedroom 4: 10’7 x 9’7 with window to rear, single power point, built in wardrobe (to rear of bounding airing cupboard).
Externally: Concrete yard to fore with space for vehicle parking/turning. Concrete tiled rear patio area with steps and path up to Garden with lawned areas, various borders, mature shrubs of various species. Gate out to field at rear. Path around rear and side of House with Gateway. Plastic Oil Tank. Small man made pond and slate slab seat. Further grassed garden area with veg growing plot boxes and block built potting shed. Gate out to entrance lane.
Set on one side of the House is a block built 21’ x 18’ 1-2 car Garage/Workshop with sliding and folding wooden doors. Adjoining it on one corner is a block built range of Log Store/Dog Kennel, 2 Tie Cowshed/Isolation Box/Workshop and further adjoining former Cowshed area, which interconnects with a 4 Bay (21’ wide) Dutch Barn with lean-to’s on both sides, -1 x 3 bay and 1 x 4 bay with further 1 bay lean-to off the Cowshed area and housing 39 cubicles with sliding door at one end and opening out to L shaped Concrete exercise/feeding yard area with scraping hatch to lower level 60’ x 42’ Manure Store with block walls and drive in access from bounding field . Access from the yard to a covered storage (former 5 cow kennel) area. Stone and brick Cowshed Range 63’ x 16’ and formerly used for calf rearing with 5 concrete block wall pens and adjoining collecting yard for adjoining 6 Abreast Milking Parlour 26’8 x17’5 (internally) with doors to front, side and rear and access to yard areas. Adjoining lean-to brick Dairy, Tank and Engine Rooms 27’ x 13’ overall.
Enclosed yard area with access off to 75’ x 30’ block wall open Silage Silo and 60’ x 30’ Timber pole, lower block wall, upper level Yorkshire Boarding ventilation panels Sheep/Loose Housing shed with covered feeding lip.
Adjacent to the House is a 30’ x 12’ lean-to block Calf Rearing/Dog Kennel Shed and adjoining stone 18’ x 18’ Barn/Stable with external loft steps.
The Land: The pasture enclosures which total to some 14 acres and are divided into some 6 units, with 2 set across the former railway track line and bound with the Afon Tâf on the Northern aspect. The river continues to run down along the Eastern boundary of the woodland, which is a narrow but long stretch and bounds with both blocks of land, before the woodlands bends around on the bottom (Southern) aspect of the optional pasture land block.
The pastures are in good heart being level to gently sloping and sheep ring fenced with mains/private and natural water supplies.
The Optional Block of Land totals to some 49.18 acres and is divided into some 9 enclosures, being level to gently sloping and again sheep fenced and currently with a mains water supply to certain points. Access would be gained off the district road to this block, with 3 fields having roadside frontage. The land is in good heart and suited for either grazing or cropping purposes.
IACS: The pastureland has been previously registered. Prospective purchasers to satisfy themselves for future eligibility.
Rights of Way: The property is sold with the benefit of all rights including rights of way, whether public or private, light support, drainage and water and electricity supplies and other rights, easements, quasieasements and restrictive covenants, all existing and proposed way leaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drain and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in these particulars or not.
Schedule of Acreage
(Data taken from Welsh Government’s 2013 Field Declaration Print out and converted from Hectares to Acres & 1970’s OS Maps)
(Main block highlighted in Red on plan)
To include 0.05 Trees
Former Railway Track
To include 0.05 Trees
Optional Land (Highlighted in Green on Plan)
To include 0.02 Scrub
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