Features

  • Productive livestock farm
  • 3/4 bed dormer bungalow
  • Subject to AOC
  • Modern farm buildings
  • Equestrian facilities
  • EPC: D
  • In all about 288.61 acres

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A productive and well positioned 290 acre livestock
farm with 3 bedroom dormer bungalow and range of
modern general purpose buildings in central
Carmarthenshire
Lot 1: Cwmban Lodge and Land
• 4 bed dormer bungalow
• Subject to agricultural occupancy condition
• A productive block of ring fenced pasture land
• EPC: D
• In all about 23.85 acres

Lot 2: Land at Cwmban Fawr Farm
• Modern steel portal frame general purpose building
• Equestrian facilities
• A productive block of pasture land
• In all about 33.49 acres

Lot 3: Land at Cwmban Fawr Farm
• Modern steel portal frame livestock building
• Steel portal frame general purpose building
• A productive block of pasture land with part suited to arable cropping
• Woodland
• In all about 231.27 acres

In all about 288.61 acres (116.79 hectares).

For sale freehold as a whole or in up to three lots by private treaty

Situation
Cwmban Fawr Farm is a productive livestock farm in central Carmarthenshire located close to the Brecon Beacons National Park. The nearby village of Llanfynydd (1 mile) offers a local public
transport bus service and public house. The nearby towns of Carmarthen and Llandeilo offer a comprehensive range of
facilities, including shops, restaurants, schools and leisure facilities. The nearest city of Swansea (31 miles) provides more
extensive facilities. A number of livestock markets are available in the locality. The A40 (Llannon Road) (4 miles) provides direct
links to Llandovery (18.8 miles), Brecon (39.6 miles) and Abergavenny (59.6 miles). From Carmarthen there are mainline
train services to London Paddington from 3 hours 53 minutes.

Lot 1 - Cwmban Lodge and Land extending to about 23.85 acres (9.65 hectares)
Cwmban Lodge and Land is a very well presented detached dormer bungalow. Built in 2004 the bungalow is of timber frame
construction under a slate roof with render finish to all external elevations. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall leading
through to a full width open plan kitchen/dining room with tiled floor, fitted units, Rayburn range cooker, integrated electric hob
and wood burning stove. The entrance hall also provides access to a study room/bedroom with broadband connection, utility
room with further fitted units and separate shower room with WC and hand wash basin. A conservatory provides further
comfortable living accommodation with exceptional views towards the Black Mountains. The full width living room
completes the ground floor providing spacious accommodation with timber floor and feature semi-circular fireplace hearth with
wood burning stove. The first floor comprises three spacious double bedrooms, a family bathroom with hand basin unit,
freestanding jacuzzi bath and WC. The landing area provides access to extensive under eaves storage running the full length of
the property. The bungalow is approached via a private driveway with ample off-road parking for vehicles. The rear and side
elevations benefit from garden areas laid mainly to lawn. The front elevation benefits from and extensive paved patio area with
exceptional countryside views. The property benefits from double glazing throughout with heating provided by way of an oil fired central heating system. Hot water can be provided from the
Rayburn cooker. The property is subject to an agricultural occupancy condition which states: 'The occupation of the dwelling
shall be limited to a person solely or mainly working or last working in the locality in agriculture or in forestry, or widow or widower of such a
person, and to any resident dependents'. A copy of the original planning consent with detail is available from the selling agents.
The land within lot 1 comprises about 23 acres of predominantly pasture land in a ringfence. The land has previously supported the
grazing of livestock. The land is bordered by mature hedgerows and livestock fencing.

Lot 2 - Land at Cwmban Fawr Farm extending to about 33.49 acres (13.55 ha)
The land comprises a productive block of pasture land enclosed by mature hedgerows and livestock fencing with water
connected. The farm building comprises a 10-bay steel portal frame general purpose barn with concrete floor in part under corrugated fibre
cement roof. The building is split into four sections and includes 9 stable boxes, a sand school, loose housing, horse walker and
implement storage. Adjoining the building is a former tank room now utilised as a workshop and tack room.
The building benefits from a private water supply and mains electricity connection and extends to approximately 13,500 sq.ft.

Lot 3 - Land at Cwmban Fawr Farm extending to about 231.27 acres (93.59 ha)
The land comprises a useful block of predominantly pasture land with some woodland and land suited to conservation purposes.
The land is bordered by mature hedgerows and livestock fencing in part. An internal track provides access between a number of
fields and further access is available along the western boundary directly off the public highway.
The majority of the land is suitable for mowing and a number of parcels have supported arable crops previously.

The land has supported a flock of 1,250 breeding ewes and has previously supported a productive dairy herd and is considered to
be in good heart. The farm buildings comprise a 13-bay steel portal frame livestock building with concrete floor in part,
concrete block and panel walls to part and timber clad under a corrugated fibre cement roof. The building has been used for
housing livestock and extends to approximately 17,100 sq.ft. The building includes 3 stable boxes. The building benefits from a
private water supply and mains electricity connection. A second steel portal frame livestock building under corrugated metal
sheeted roof sits adjacent to the principal building.

Soil Types and Land Classification
The majority of the land is classified as Grade 4 with some areas of Grade 5 and the woodland classified as non-agricultural
according to the Agricultural Land Classification Maps.

Method of Sale and Lotting
The property is offered for sale as a whole or in up to three lots as identified on the sale plan. Cross rights and reservations may be
imposed and granted for the provision of access, maintenance, services and other rights where the farm is sold in lots and as
may be required.

Mineral, Sporting and Timber Rights
As far as they are owned, the mineral, sporting and timber rights are included in the freehold sale.

Basic Payment Scheme and Environmental Stewardship
The land is registered on the Rural Land Register and the vendors have claimed payments under the Basic Payment Scheme. The
entitlements are included within the sale. The payment for the current scheme year will be retained by the vendor and the
purchaser/s will indemnify the vendors against any breech of cross compliance during the current scheme year. The property is
not entered into any environmental stewardship schemes.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements, whether mentioned in
these particulars or not.

Overage
Lot 3 is offered for sale subject to an overage provision. The overage provision will specifically and only apply to any form of
renewable energy scheme or development. The provision will specify that 20% of any increase in value of the land or buildings
due to development (as defined in Section 55 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990) will be payable to the Vendors or their
successors in title should such development occur within 20 years from the date of completion. The uplift will be payable upon
the grant of planning permission. The overage shall not be triggered by any other form of development beyond renewable
energy related schemes.

Tenure and Possession
The property is offered freehold with vacant possession available upon completion subject to any holdover requirements.

Services
Private water supply and mains electricity. Drainage is to a private system. Heating to the bungalow is by way of an oil fired central
heating system. None of the services have been tested by the selling agents.

VAT
Any guide price quoted or discussed is exclusive of VAT. In the event that a sale of the property or any part thereof or any right to
it becomes a chargeable supply for the purposes of VAT, such tax will be payable in addition to the sale price.

Local Authority
Carmarthenshire County Council, County Hall, Jail Hill, Carmarthen, SA31 1JP Tel: 01267 234567

Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings whether mentioned or not in these
particulars are excluded from the sale, but may be available by
separate negotiation.
Plans, Photographs and Measurements
The plans, photographs and measurements within the sales
particulars are provided for identification purposes only and do
not form part of the sale contract and the purchaser(s) shall be
deemed to have fully satisfied themselves as to the description of
the property and neither the vendor nor the vendors agents will be
responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof.

Viewings
Strictly by appointment through the Joint Selling Agents:
Fisher German LLP Tel: 01432 802545
Herefordagency@fishergerman.co.uk

Evans Bros Tel: 01267 236611
carmarthen@evansbros.co.uk

Directions
From Llandeilo take the A40 towards Carmarthen for approximately 2 miles. Take the right hand turn after the Cottage
Inn public house and proceed towards the village of Capel Isaac. Travel through the village of Capel Isaac and head towards Llanfynydd. After approximately 1.3 miles and before reaching
Llanfynydd the farm drive is located on the right hand side. Proceed down the farm drive which provides access to Lots 1, 2 and 3.

 

Last Modified 18/09/2019

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