- Property Type
- Properties With Land
- Property Status
- On Market
Brongest, Newcastle Emlyn
- An approx. 75 acre farm
- Featuring a lovely 4 bed farmhouse
- Range of beautiful stone outbuildings
- More modern agricultural buildings
- Soil Association Certified organic pasture
- Approx. 500 yards of river frontage on the Afon Ceri
- Glastir Organic Payment and Single Basic Payment scheme (BPS)
- Energy Rating: F
The property is situated just outside the village of Brongest, approximately 4 miles from the bustling market town of Newcastle Emlyn, which benefits from schools, shops, leisure centre, public houses, restaurants etc. The town of Cardigan is just a 20 minute drive away, with more shops, supermarkets, theatre etc. The beautiful Cardigan bay coast is just a short drive away and there is plenty of good walking and riding in the vicinity.
Entrance To Property
28' 5" x 20' 6" (8.65m x 6.24m)
Inset multi-fuel stove in stone chimney breast; Fitted shelves to either side of fire place; Stairs rise from one corner of the room; Under stairs cupboard; Three radiators; Front door; Two windows to front and one to rear.
17' 1" x 8' 6" (5.20m x 2.59m)
Tiled floor; Double doors to garden; Double glazed.
17' 3" x 15' 5" (5.25m x 4.70m)
Serving hatch to kitchen; Beamed ceiling; Two radiators; Two windows to front.
Dining Room - Another View
Kitchen / Breakfast Room
20' 0" x 19' 8" (6.09m x 5.99m)
Range of fitted base and wall units; Oil-fired four oven Aga range; 2 ring LPG hob; Stainless steel sink; Tiled floor; Walk-in pantry; Windows to two sides; Double doors to garden.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room - Another View
Rear door; Tiled floor.
Shower, WC and wash basin; Radiator; Tiled floor; Window to front.
13' 1" x 7' 1" (3.98m x 2.16m)
Belfast sink; Oil-fired central heating boiler; Plumbing for washing machine; Fitted cupboards and shelves.
First Floor Landing
Window to rear; Built-in airing cupboard; Radiator.
Four piece bathroom suite; Part tiled walls; Radiator; Window to rear.
18' 3" x 9' 4" (5.56m x 2.84m)
Two windows to front, one to side; Radiator.
9' 10" x 9' 4" (2.99m x 2.84m)
Window to front; Radiator.
16' 5" x 11' 0" (5.00m x 3.35m)
Built-in wardrobe; Vaulted ceiling with exposed 'A' frame timbers; Three roof lights; Window to front; Radiator.
Bedroom 3 - Another View
En-suite with four piece bathroom suite; Part tiled walls; Roof light; Radiator.
10' 0" x 7' 9" (3.05m x 2.36m)
Built-in wardrobe; Window to rear; Radiator.
The property is approached from the village road via its own concrete lane. This leads into the yard in front of the main house. The house itself is surrounded by well maintained gardens. To the front is a walled garden with lawns and borders containing a variety of flowers and mature shrubs and specimen trees. The garden runs round one side of the house to the rear. Here there is a private patio area. Beyond the patio, from which there are fine views, and to the rear of the house is a large, well maintained and productive vegetable and soft fruit garden. The vegetable garden contains a number of Cordon apple and pear trees. There is also an orchard to the top of the yard with a number of fruit trees.
Gardens and Views
The property comes with a range of attractive traditional buildings as well as a number of more modern agricultural buildings. All of the buildings are in a very good state of repair. To the front of the house and standing around a concrete yard are: Stone Stable Block comprising; Old dairy measuring approx. 3.2m x 2.8m internally (10'6 x 9'2) with water connected Three Stables measuring 4.45m x 3.2m, 4.45m x 2.9m and 4.45m x 3.25m respectively (14'6 x 10'6, 14'6 x 9'6, 14'6 x 10'8) Foaling Box measuring 6.35m x 4.9m (20'10 x 16') with the potential to divide this if required.
Standing alongside the stable block is an open fronted 3 bay Implement Store measuring approx. 10.2m x 5.2m overall (33'6 x 17'). This has gates to the front making it equally suitable for livestock. Standing opposite these buildings are: Brick and Stone Barn measuring 11.2m x 4.95m overall internally (36'9 x 16'3). This is divided into three internally and has power and light connected. To one end is attached a Chicken House and to the rear is a large Lean-to suitable for livestock or hay. Next to the brick barn stands a two storey Stone Barn / Workshop. This measures 8.7m x 4.65m overall (28'6 x 15'3) and has power and light. The upstairs has been converted into office space and has cupboards built in along one wall. It has a vaulted ceiling and roof lights to provide plenty of light. This building in particular has lots of potential for further conversion. To the rear of the stone barn, and set away from it stands a large, more modern corrugated Barn comprising a Hay Barn measuring approx. 19.2m x 5.15m (63' x 17') which is split level. To one side there is a Lean-to measuring 11.3m x 4.35m (37' x 14'3) and to the other side a further Lean-to measuring 12.1m x 4.1m (40' x 13'6). The barn is divided up using a series of gates and hurdles to provide animal pens for lambing etc. Opposite this building stands a 2 bay Implement Store and next to this a further Stone Barn, suitable for horses or other stock, measuring 9m x 4.1m (29'6 x 13'6) and adjoining this a Garage / Workshop measuring 5.45m x 4.85m (18' x 16').
Another Stone Outbuilding
Another View of Outbuildings
The land is mainly organic pasture although there is some woodland. The pasture has been farmed organically since 1999. It is a mix of well fenced, flat and sloping land with mature hedges. The land is divided by the village road, with 21 acres on the same side as the house and yard and the remainder on the other side of the road. The field below the house and yard includes two large ponds. On the opposite side of the road, the land is bounded on one side by the River Ceri. There, a strip of wood runs along the bank and the property has perhaps 500 yards of frontage with fishing. As well as the woodland running along the river, there are two other small copses and two of the fields have a belt of woodland surrounding three sides. The farm has been used for both cattle and sheep, as well as some arable cultivation. Regular hay and silage crops are taken.
Another View of Land
Land and Wooded Area
The Land - Another View
Another View of Land
We are advised that the property enjoys full sporting rights. Please also note that the map shows a footpath crossing some of the land which lies on the other side of the road to the farmhouse. The path is not signed and we understand that it is impassable further along its route.
From Newcastle Emlyn, proceed down the main street, through the town centre, and over the bridge. Continue straight up the hill on the B4571 and stay on this road for approximately 3 miles. Turn left at the second turning signed to Brongest (at a crossroads). Proceed along this road, going straight over the next crossroads, and go down and through the village. Climb up the hill out the other side of the village and towards the top of the hill, the road bends slightly to the left. On the bend on the left hand side there is a concrete lane which takes you to the property.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment via the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage. Council Tax: Band F, Ceredigion County Council