Situated on the early growing coastal belt an important diary/ mixed stock farm comprising: Traditional 3 bedroomed farmhouse, Traditional outbuildings ripe for conversion, more modern outbuilding and approximately 97 acres of land.
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On the Instructions of the Vendor
Mr N J M Kitson
Aberaeron 7 miles Aberystwyth 23 miles Cardigan 20 miles
(All distance approximate)
*Situated on the early growing coastal belt an important dairy/ mixed stock farm
*Traditional 3 bedroomed farmhouse
*Traditional outbuildings ripe for conversion, more modern outbuilding
*Approximately 97 acres of land
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY AS A WHOLE
(By Auction At A Later Date)
Aled Ellis & Co Ltd, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 1NP. 01970 626160 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhosgoch Ganol is situated approximately 3½ miles inland from the A487 coastal trunk and approximately ½ a mile from the village of Mydroilyn. Local amenities are available at the near by village of Llanarth to include general stores, primary school, garage and public house. The Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron is some 7 miles to the north. The town having a good range of amenities to include banks and secondary schools. The coastal resort of New Quay is also within a short travelling distance. The university and market town of Aberystwyth is some 23 miles to the north and the market town of Carmarthen is approximately 25 miles to the south providing access to the M4 motor way.
Rhosgoch Ganol is available on the market for the first time in over 50 years. Rhosgoch Ganol is been successfully run a one man diary enterprise but could be a most productive mixed stock farm. The traditional farmhouse and both modern and traditional outbuildings are conveniently situated in the heart of the land for ease of management with a farm track leading up to the further most enclosures. In addition to the traditional outbuildings which are ripe for conversion (subject to planning) there are modern outbuildings to include multi-purpose 8 bay shed and a number of other outbuildings which will comfortably house a large number of cattle and their followers.
There are 36.49 units for entitlements included in the sale.
The farm is offered for sale as Freehold, with vacant possession on completion of the purchase.
The purchaser will be offered silage at valuation.
Prospective purchasers must make their own enquiries with regards to any potential diversification opportunities such as conversion of the traditional outbuildings to holiday cottages.
Mains electricity. Private water and drainage. Part economy 7 central heating.
The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the boundaries and neither the vendor nor their selling agents will be responsible for defining ownership of the boundary hedges or fences.
The property will be sold subject to any wayleaves, public or private Rights of Way, easements and covenants and all outgoings whether mentioned in the sales particulars or not.
The agents request that all persons wishing to view the farm to make an appointment in advance through the sole selling agents.
Ceredigion County Council, Penmorfa, Aberaeron, Ceredigion. 01545 570881.
Rhosgoch Ganol is offered for sale as a whole by Private Treaty. The vendors, and their agents, reserve the right to withdraw, amalgamate or divide any lots and vary the sale method/ process if required.
Mr Peter Brunton, Brunton & Co, 6 Upper Portland Street, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion. SY23 2DU. 01970 612567
Rhosgoch Ganol has been banded 'D' for council tax purposes. With the amount payable for 2015/2016 being £1281.05.
The farmhouse is of traditional construction with more recent extensions with an attached garage and former cow shed to each side.
Rhosgoch Ganol provides for the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera.
FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR TO
3.71m x 4.47m (12'2 x 14'8 )
with stairs to first floor accommodation, night storage heater, window to fore and exposed beamed ceiling.
DOUBLE DIVIDING DOORS LEADING TO
4.57m x 4.34m (15' x 14'3 )
with open stone fireplace with recess airing cupboard to side, window to fore and exposed beamed ceiling.
4.65m x 2.82m (15'3 x 9'3 )
with multi fuel ray-burn, base and eye level units incorporating a Stoves double oven, worktops and splash backs. Quarry tiled floor, plumbing for dishwasher, window to rear and door to
with plumbing for automatic washing machine and access to
2.51m x 1.93m (8'3 x 6'4 )
comprising corner bath with mixer tap, low level flush wc, wash hand basin set in vanity cupboard, Goldair wall mounted fan heater, shaver point and light. Fully tiled walls.
5.11m x 5.92m max (16'9 x 19'5 max )
with up and over door, side door.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
with night storage heater and doors to
2.49m x 4.72m (8'2 x 15'6)
with window to fore
1.96m x 2.82m (6'5 x 9'3)
with window to fore.
3.45m x 4.88m (11'4 x 16' )
with 2 windows to fore.
The farm is approached over a private farm track leading to a part concreted yard and to the farmhouse. Immediately to the rear of the property there is a lawned garden area with greenhouse.
THE FARM OUTBUILDINGS
4.88m x 14.63m approximate (16' x 48' approximate
Former stables with loose boxes
4.88m x 10.06m (16' x 33')
Former cow shed attached to the farmhouse
(Both the above outbuildings are ripe for conversi
36.58m x 10.67m (120' x 35' )
suitable as cattle loose housing, fodder or implements store.
13.72m x 36.58m approximate (45' x 120' approximat
(former silage pit) – incorporating 6 Abreast gascoigne parlour, cubicle shed (wooden cubicles for 56), diary with 1500ltr milk master tank.
3 BAY DUTCH BARN
LEAN TO IMPLEMENT SHED
SCHEDULE OF ACREAGES
The land in total amounts to as listed on the schedule acreages.
Rhosgoch Ganol is north facing and appears to be an easy farm to manage. The land to the rear of the homestead is gently sloping and free draining where as the enclosures in front of the homestead are intersected by the private farm track are heavier in nature but provide for productive pasture or cropping land.
There are 2 enclosures on the other side of the council maintained road as illustrated on the OS Plan.
This is an excellent opportunity therefore to acquire a well balanced farm which has been a successful 1 man diary unit for many years or alternatively to run a mixed stock enterprise ripe for diversification convenient to the main coastal trunk road and on the early growing coastal belt.
Rhosgoch Ganol is well worthy of inspection and therefore viewing is highly recommended.
There are several alternate routes to the farm, We suggest the following for the first inspection.
From Aberystwyth take the A487 coastal trunk road south through Aberaeron, Ffos Y Ffin to Llwyncelyn. Approximately 1 miles after the village of Llwyncelyn at the cross roads turn left for Mydroilyn (signposted). Proceed for several miles ignoring all turnings, Turn right at the Bardsley View caravan site cross roads towards Post Bach (signposted) and after a quarter of a mile or so take the first turning left and proceed for ½ a mile or so and the entrance to the farm is on your right hand side a short distance after turning to the left.