An 37 acre smallholding in a very private and stunning location some 5 miles north of the market town of Llandovery.
Approached by a long drive off a quiet rural lane Moelfre offers a secluded south facing location with far reaching views to the Carmarthen Fans and Black Mountains.
The four bedroomed farmhouse includes a loft conversion with outstanding views. A range of outbuildings including a large converted barn formerly used as an artists/sculptors studio but suitable for a variety of other uses including office suite, large workshop, production kitchen or music studio or perhaps even a 'Grand Designs' type project.
Moelfre has been utilised by the vendors for sheep farming as well as horse breeding. Ideal for anyone looking for a rural idyll, set amongst rolling hills with no near neighbours. For the walker, biker or rider there are forest tracks, quiet lanes and a short distance away the miles of trails in the Crychan Forest or the Mynydd Mallean hills.
A detached farmhouse believed to date from the 19th Century offering spacious and flexible accommodation. The property has oil fired central heating and double glazing.
A double glazed front door leads into the tiled porch with glass panelled door to:
15’8” x 14’2”
Exposed stone chimney breast with multi-fuel stove, exposed ceiling timbers, staircase to first floor, door off to lounge and stable door to kitchen.
13’7” x 12’2”
Exposed wooden floor with multi-fuel stove on a slate hearth with timber mantle, original small cupboard to one side and window to front aspect.
14’5” x 11’2”
Range of wall and base units with marble effect top, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, former fireplace with tiled back and sides and space for range cooker and conventional cooker, tiled floor, exposed timbers, door to boot room and wide opening through to:
11’3” x 10’
Built-in cupboards to one wall, tiled floor, dual aspect with window to the side and fully glazed door to rear.
Tiled floor, small window to rear, half glazed rear door and door to:
5’8” x 5’7”
WC and washbasin, plumbing for washing machine, oil-fired burner for central heating.
The staircase from the sitting room leads to a half-landing with window to rear and continues to the main landing with access to:
14’4” x 9’2”
Window to front with superb southerly views.
10’9” x 8’2”
Window to front with same beautiful views.
10’2” x 10’9”
Window to front aspect with same panoramic views.
10’6” x 9’7”
Window to rear gardens, exposed stone feature wall and useful recess.
10’2” x 8’8”
White suite, bath with Mira mixer shower over, WC and wash basin, shaver light, airing cupboard with hot water tank with immersion heater, wall heater, window to rear gardens.
Turning bespoke pine staircase leading from the landing up to 26’1” x 18’4” (into eaves space) exposed A frame and purlins, radiator, three windows to front with panoramic views, door leading to former shower room and toilet which could be easily reinstated if desired.
A long sweeping drive from a quiet country lane brings you to the front of the farmhouse and buildings with ample parking and turning space.
Stone Barn/Artists Studio
Stone barn with corrugated roof converted to provide two artist’s studios and workshop. With water, power and lighting, electric storage heaters, ceiling fans, double glazed windows, concrete floors. Would be ideal for conversion to residential annex or holiday let. Consisting of:
39’10” x 9’
Double door entrance from rear, Belfast sink in corner with large opening through to:
18’6” x 17’10”
Vaulted ceiling and exposed beams with large window to front and opening to:
18’7” X 18’
Two windows to front and window to end.
Stone Range/Garaging & Stores
Stone built with a mixture of slate and corrugated roof presently providing storage, workshop and garage space but would be ideal for conversion to residential annex or holiday let. Consisting of:
Former Cow Shed Area
31’2” x 18’4”
Water, power and lighting connected with door through to 2 bay Dutch barn and covered yard.
13’8” x 12’
Wooden double doors to front with internal access to:
14’9” x 9’1”
Wooden double doors and window to side with internal access to the former dairy.
Located between the garage and storage areas providing two useful storage rooms 9’4” x 7’2” and 7’9” x 7’1”
Two timber stables with automatic drinkers, power and lighting both 11’6” x 9’8” with tack room 11’6” x 5’6”
Adjacent Rug Room.
17’ x 7’3”
Lean-to with cobbled floor between the Artist’s studio and stables providing useful space.
4-Bay Stock Shed
60’ x 50’
Steel frame and timber construction with corrugated roof, power and lighting. Flexible space for inter-changeable pens or loose housing.
Hard-standing corral to front and stoned corral to rear with direct access to three paddocks.
Lean-To Shelter adjoining the stock shed
2 Dutch Barns & Covered Yard
2 bay Dutch barn leading to covered yard. Adjoining this is a second block built Dutch barn 30’ x 18’ with corrugated sides and roof.
Stone tracks give easy access to all buildings. Further stone is available from quarry on the land.
The farmhouse is surrounded by pleasant gardens with dwarf stone walls to the front and side and rear lawned areas with a selection of shrubs and trees. There are plenty of viewpoints to enjoy the stunning landscapes stretching far into the distance to the Carmarthenshire Fans and the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons. In the side garden is a good sized timber shed 15’10” x 8’2” with power and lighting. In the other side garden is a further garden shed and greenhouse with power connected.
The land consists of rolling pastures divided into various enclosures. Currently used for grazing. Water to all fields.
A well provides water to the yard and the majority of fields. Mains water to the farmhouse. Land area may be slightly negotiable