- RETIREMENT SALE
- Detached 4 bed farmhouse
- Range of useful outbuildings
- 100 acre or thereabouts of land
- Wildlife Pond
- Superb Views
- Rural location
- EPC -
Treiorwg is set within 100 acres of its own land at the western end of the Brecon Beacons National Park with a profusion of wooded areas, a range of outbuildings and 30 acres of Tir Mawr SSI (Marsh Fritillary butterfly) land.
The four bedroom traditional farm house is nestled in the centre of the land opposite an attractive range of traditional buildings including a threshing barn dating from the early 1800's. There are 2 dutch barns and a more modern 7 bay range of cattle/sheep barns behind the stock yard. Currently grazing sheep and cattle Treiorwg suits a commercial stock enterprise or can be an extremely attractive wildlife haven. Although in sight of Llandeilo Town to the north Treiorwg offers space and seclusion in a beautiful part of West Wales.
Option to purchase as a going concern with selected livestock and equipment.
uPVC double glazed entrance door to
with quarry tiled floor, part tongue and groove walls and storage cupboard with window to front.
Lounge (4.54 x 4.80 (14'10" x 15'8"))
with multi fuel fire in Inglenook style fireplace, storage heater, stairs to first floor, under stairs cupboard, beamed ceiling, quarry tiled floor and uPVC double glazed door to rear.
Sitting Room/Bedroom 4 (4.53 x 2.27 red to 2.10 (14'10" x 7'5" red to 6'10)
with wood burner, storage heater and uPVC double glazed window to rear.
Kitchen (2.29 x 2.99 (7'6" x 9'9"))
with range of fitted base and wall units, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer taps, Oil fired Rayburn Royal providing domestic hot water, part tiled walls, tiled floor and uPVC double glazed window to front and side.
Downstairs Bathroom (2.25 x 2.36 (7'4" x 7'8"))
with low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with shower attachment taps, part tiled walls, quarry tiled floor, hatch to roof space, storage heater and uPVC double glazed window to front.
Bedroom 1 (2.41 x 3.27 inc to 3.5 (7'10" x 10'8" inc to 11'5")
with storage heater, textured and coved ceiling and uPVC double glazed window to rear.
Bedroom 2 (2.05 x 4.3 (6'8" x 14'1"))
with built in cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater and uPVC double glazed window to side.
Bedroom 3 (4.63 x 2.07 (15'2" x 6'9"))
with storage heater and uPVC double glazed window to rear.
External Utility Room (4.54 x 1.46 (14'10" x 4'9"))
with stainless steel single drainer sink unit, power and light connected and uPVC double glazed door to front and rear.
The property is approached over a private lane of approximately quarter a mile with views over Carreg Cennen Castle from the entrance gate.
The well fenced land is in good heart and has an abundance of Whorled Carraway plants (Carmarthenshire's plant). The 30 acres of SSSI land has been recently surveyed and is currently grazed by a neighbours cattle and there is a mandatory obligation to maintain this land, currently with the help of the BPS.
There is potential for glamping/camping (subject to necessary planning consents).
Dutch Barn (18.4 x 10.8 (60'4" x 35'5"))
Stone Cart Shed (4.4 x 3.7 (14'5" x 12'1"))
Power and light connected
Stone Pig Sty/Store Room (2.43 x 3.75)
Traditional Stone outbuilding
1st Room - 6.78 x 4.74
2nd Room - 3.34 x 4.7
3rd Room - 7.7 x 4.6 with steps up to store area
4th Room - 2.76 x 4.64
5th Room - 2 x 2.8
External measurements of lean to - 2.75 x 9.83 (no roof)
Hobby Room/Recreational Room (3.28 x 6.4 (10'9" x 20'11"))
timber clad corrugated zinc building with double glazing, well insulated, kitchen units with sink unit and power and light connected.
Dutch Barn (7.2 x 13.8 (23'7" x 45'3"))
Mains electricity. Private water via a new bore hole and private drainage.
All photographs are taken with a wide angle lens.
Leave Ammanford on High Street then turn third left into Wernddu Road. Follow the road for approximlatey 4 miles and after passing through Llandyfan turn first right at Blaengweche. Follow the road all the way into Trapp, turn left to cross over the bridge and follow the road to a cross roads. turn right and proceed up the hill. Treiorwg can be found at the top of the hill is it levels out, on the left hand side, identified by our For Sale board,
There is a public footpath over the property.