A very diversely attractive 24 acre stock rearing holding close to the Cardigan Bay coast equally suited to equestrian or other enterprises comprising of a 3 bedroomed farmhouse. (EER 32)
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24 acre stock rearing holding close to the Cardigan Bay coast equally suited to equestrian or other enterprises comprising of a 3 bedroomed farmhouse
This quality 24 acre holding is diversely attractive having a comfortably appointed family proportioned 3 bedroomed farmhouse together with an excellent selection of general purpose farm buildings, including a substantial stone range, 120' in length, suiting conversion, if desired. There is a riding arena and useful stables.
An option of additional 29 acres of clean agricultural land is available at £5,000 per acre.
The land, which gives total privacy to the homestead, is divided into numerous enclosures with all having good quality grazing pasture leys. In total 53 acres or thereabouts.
Mains water, mains electricity, private drainage, BT telephone connection and broadband available, part electric heating.
Joint sole agents: Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion. SY23 1NP. 01970 626160 or firstname.lastname@example.org with Morgan & Davies, 12 Harford Square, Lampeter, Ceredigion. SA48 7DT. 01570 423623
Rhiwlas Isaf is available on the market on the retirement of the existing owner/occupier after 38 years farming. The holding, which has been organically farmed, is well situated under the mild climatic influence of the coastal belt and the Cardigan Bay region, being convenient to the Georgian coastal harbour town of Aberaeron, 8 miles and the university and market town of Lampeter 9 miles. The university town of Aberystwyth, to the north being 16 miles.
The placing of Rhiwlas Isaf on the open market provides prospective purchasers with an opportunity of acquiring a well renowned stock farm in a healthy early growing agricultural locality, influenced by its close proximity to the Cardigan bay coast, noted for its virtually frost free and mild climatic conditions, being perfect for grass growing.
The Farm has been organically farmed by the existing owner for 38 years and has been utilised during this period for various agricultural purposes, including pig rearing and fattening, breeding of Event horses and has carried numerous pedigree cattle and sheep which have been noted over the years.
The farm is enhanced by a comfortable appointed family proportioned farmhouse which has been much updated and is in good repair with good sized accommodation. It is set within its own grounds, which are sheltered, and approached via a private hard based farm lane.
The land is divided into healthy well sheltered and managed enclosures, which have easy proximity to the farm yard. The farm buildings are arranged around the farm yard as two separate complexes, the main agricultural building at the bottom, the stabling and the equestrian arena at the top side of the yard, so suiting such purposes as potential Livery, etc.
The farmhouse which is traditionally constructed offers part Economy heating and is divided as follows:
via stable type entrance door and quarry tiled floor. Doors to
4.93m x 4.95m (16'2 x 16'3)
with stone fireplace, side shelves, under stairs storage cupboard and electric radiator.
8.05m x 3.10m (26'5 x 10'2 )
with a cork tiled floor, electric radiator plus second night storage heater and two fitted corner cabinets
4.34m x 2.90m (14'3 x 9'6 )
comprising a range of oak wall and base units, 4 ring ceramic hob with oven and grill beneath, extractor fan over, double drainer sink unit, appliance spaces and stable type rear entrance door to garden.
2.90m x 1.83m (9'6 x 6' )
TIMBER STAIRCASE TO FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
with doors to
4.98m x 3.18m (16'4 x 10'5 )
5.03m x 4.32m (16'6 x 14'2 )
with built-in wardrobes
2.95m x 2.59m (9'8 x 8'6 )
with cork tiled floor and radiator
comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, low level flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, cork tiled floor, built-in airing cupboard with copper hot water cylinder and immersion heater.
4.57m x 2.95m (15' x 9'8 )
with electric radiator
The farm is approached over its own hard based farm lane, with hedges to either side, with gate opening to a hard based yard and service area. There is adequate parking to the front of the farmhouse and attractive lawns and gardens with shrubs and mature beech trees surrounding.
providing a purpose built stable yard.
9.14m x 6.40m (30' x 21' )
for hay/machinery storage
comprising of 4 10' x 10' boxes
3.66m x 3.05m (12' x 10')
plus feed prep area
ALL WEATHER RIDING ARENA
6.10mm x 12.19mm (20m x 40m)
21.95m x 18.29m (72' x 60')
with Lean-To incorporating 4 block built piggery pens and 4 separate substantial gated loose housing boxes
36.58m (in length) x 5.49m overall (120' (in lengt
Dividing as former cart house, cowshed and dairy, with water and electricity connected, plus former threshing barn
22.86m x 18.29m overall (75' x 60' overall )
Of modern design and specification providing cattle, sheep and equine housing, divided as loose pens for livestock, with part concrete floor.
The land is divided into adequate enclosures and in total extends to some 53 acres. There is an abundance of natural and mains water supply. The land is all registered under the integrated agricultural land Registration Scheme of the National Assembly for Wales Government and the Farm, whilst not officially of organic status for over 38 years.
There is an option to acquire a nearby additional parcel of proactive land of some 50 acres or thereabouts which has a well patronised and established Equestrian Cross Country Course which is available as a separate option. Further details of this are available from the Joint Sole Agents.
From Aberystwyth take the coastal trunk road south through Rhydyfelin, Llanfarian and Blaenplwyf. In the village of Llanrhystud just after the bridge take the turning left onto the B4337 towards Lampeter and head through the villages of Nebo and Cross Inn. Upon entering the outskirts of the village of Cilcennin a petrol garage can be seen on the right hand side. At the cross roads immediately after the garage turn right and head into the village of Cilcennin. Rhiwlas Isaf can be seen on the right hand side denoted by the farm name sign approximately 1 mile from the main road.