An idyllic small holding situated in a stunning location at the foot of the Brecon Beacons.
Early 19th century Grade II listed traditional stone built Welsh farmhouse in need of modernisation. A range of traditional and modern outbuildings. Approximately 10.68 acres of productive pasture suitable for grazing. Well suited for equestrian or lifestyle purchasers. Situated at the foot of the Brecon Beacons.
Ty Brych is situated on the outskirts of the small village of Llanddeusant in an elevated position with fine views of the Brecon Beacons and the surrounding countryside.
The market towns of Llanymddyfri and Carmarthen offer a full range of services and amenities including primary and secondary schools and leisure facilities.
The University City of Swansea is within 27 miles with access to mainline train services and the M4 which runs from South Wales to London.
Built in the early 19th century, this Grade II listed traditional stone built Welsh farmhouse provides an attractive property though it is in need of some renovation to bring it up to modern standards. Located in a popular rural location Ty Brych farmhouse has delightful views over the surrounding country side.
The ground floor provides a principal entrance hall with two ground floor rooms, a kitchen, a utility room, a bathroom and a secondary entrance hall.
The first floor provides a double bedroom and a single bedroom. The property retains many original features and offers scope to provide a lovely family home or second home in the countryside.
The holding benefits from a number of traditional stone and brick farm buildings which are arranged around an attractive farmyard. The traditional agricultural buildings have scope for extending the living space of the farmhouse or equally for some alternative uses, particularly as holiday accommodation in an area popular with hill walkers and tourists (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents).
The farmland extends to approximately 10.68 acres of good quality grassland which is directly accessed from Ty Brych farmyard. The land is arranged into easily manageable enclosures and is well suited to livestock or equestrian use, or indeed a variety of other lifestyle pastimes. The pasture grazing is level or gently undulating with a natural water supply and stock proof boundaries.
Telefonica benefit from a lease under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 which we understand is due for renewal. Further information is available on request.
The freehold is offered for sale with vacant possession.
Basic Payment Scheme:
We understand that Ty Brych is registered with Rural Payments Wales for the Basic Payment Scheme. The Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements are not included with the sale however are available by separate negotiation.
Wayleaves, rights of way and easements:
The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
Sporting Rights and Minerals:
The sporting and mineral rights are included within the freehold interest.
Carmarthenshire County Council
T: 01267 234567
Brecon Beacons National Park Authority
T: 01874 624437
Mains electricity, private water supply and septic tank. Oil fired heating. A new borehole water supply is installed which requires connection.
Council Tax – band D
Fixtures and fittings:
All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.
Strictly by appointment with the Selling Agents only.