Cwmduad, Carmarthen

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A rare opportunity to purchase land and buildings in a secluded, peaceful valley in Carmarthenshire, well off the beaten track. Gwndwn Bach comprises approximately 43 acres of mainly pasture and some woodland accessed from a no-through road in rural Carmarthenshire, with no neighbour in sight. There is a range of outbuildings, currently used for sheep and for horses, but no dwelling on the land.

Overview

Land extending to approximately 43 acres in total. Please note, there is no dwelling at the property and no permission for a residence. A phone line is connected and there is a septic tank, but there is no mains water and no mains electricity connection, although the owners have a generator on site.

Buildlings

Large Shed 5m x 11.4m of corrugated construction, housing a 3 bed static caravan (for daytime use and occasional overnight stays).

Garage

8' 10" x 15' 5" (2.7m x 4.7m)

On the other side of the driveway is the garage 2.7m x 4.7m of block and corrugated construction

Further Buildings

Beyond the large shed and the garage are the rest of the buildings. First there is a livestock Shed 4.6m x 8.3m with hayloft over one end with a Lean-to store on side 4.6m x 1.8m and a Workshop 4.75m x 6.68m on the other side.

Further Buildings

Next to this is a Lamb Shelter 6.3m x 6.28m and then on to: 2 x 12' x 12' Stables of timber construction. Opposite the lamb shelter is a: Ram Shed 5.1m x 2m and next to this, opposite the stables, is a building comprising of feed store 3.54m x 2.22m, pony stall 4.42m x 3.56m and lean-to store.

Buildings - Another View

Buildings - Another View

The Land

The land is divided into a number of fields. Some are gently sloping, whereas some slope more steeply. There is an area of flatter land along the river. The land has been fenced for horses and sheep. A river runs along one boundary and through one of the fields, giving a water supply for the livestock.

Land - Another view

Land - Another View

Land - Another View

Land - Another View

Land - Another View

River

River - Another view

River - Another View

Track

Track - Another View

Directions

From Carmarthen take the A484 north towards Newcastle Emlyn. After about 8.5 miles you will approach the village of Cwmduad. Shortly after seeing the village sign, there is a sharp left hand bend. As you come out of the bend, turn right into Heol y Bwt. Follow this narrow, no-through road for approximately 1.5 miles going along the valley and then starting to rise up the hill. You will come to a very sharp left hand bend. The entrance is directly ahead of you on this bend, with the name clearly visible on the gate.

General Information

Viewings: Strictly via the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales Services: Telephone and private drainage. No mains water and no mains electricity Local Authority: Carmarthenshire County Council

 

£230,000

  • Approx 43 acres
  • Range of livestock buildings
  • No neighbours
  • Well off the road
  • offering real peace and quiet
  • Pasture and some woodland
  • Hidden away in a secluded
  • rural valley
  • River boundary
  • End of a no-through road
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