Description of Location
Located on the edge of Hermon village, which is a 10 minute drive to the market town of Newcastle Emlyn which has most facilities normally associated with a market town (except banks now unfortunately)
Entrance via UPVC stable-style door into:
Boot Room / Utility
19' 2'' x 9' 8'' (5.85m x 2.95m) max.
With radiator, work surface with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, space for fridges and freezers, cloaks hanging areawith boot storage under, towel radiator, doors into kitchen and:
With double shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC, light/shaver socket, chrome towel radiator.
Please note that all the above has recently been added as a very useful addition to the home.
Kitchen / Diner
18' 4'' x 15' 7'' (5.6m x 4.76m)
Recently refurbished with an attractive "Stoves" 7-burner LPG cooking range with extractor over, 1.5 bowl sink/drainer unit with tiled work surfaces around, radiator, leading through to a recently added dining rom with double doors out to the front, two UPVC double-glazed windows to the front and side, radiator, Velux roof window to the front, space through to kitchen.
23' 8'' x 13' 4'' (7.21m x 4.06m) max.
With wood-burning stove, large UPVC double-glazed patio doors to rear, tow radiators.
24' 11'' x 8' 8'' (7.59m x 2.64m)
With UPVC double-glazed window to rear, two radiators, built-in cupboard space, this room has tall cupboard spaces and also the cupboard under the stairs.
Accessed via staircase and giving access to:
First floor Landing
With radiator, access to loft space, doors off to all bedrooms including:
11' 1'' x 10' 8'' (3.38m x 3.25m) into recess
With UPVC double-glazed window to rear, radiator, built-in wardrobe.
11' 2'' x 11' 8'' (3.4m x 3.55m)
With UPVC double-glazed window to rear, radiator, built-in wardrobes.
11' 10'' x 10' 3'' (3.6m x 3.12m)
With UPVC double-glazed window to side, radiator.
11' 10'' x 9' 5'' (3.6m x 2.87m)
Currently used as a study with UPVC double-glazed window, radiator.
Bedroom 5 (En-Suite)
10' 4'' x 9' 5'' (3.15m x 2.87m)
With UPVC double-glazed window to the front, built-in wardrobe, radiator, door into:
With two frosted UPVC double-glazed windows to the front, large shower cubicle, fully tiled, light/shaver socket, wash-hand basin, low level flush WC, chrome towel radiator.
With frosted UPVC double-glazed window to the front, panelled bath, shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC, chrome towel radiator, opening through to further storage space.
The Outbuildings - Ranges
Adjoining the house on one corner is a stone former cowshed approximately 46' 0'' x 18' 0'' (14.01m x 5.48m) with corrugated roof and adjoining 24' 0'' x 15' 0'' (7.31m x 4.57m) block former milking parlour building. These ranges currently have planning to convert into holiday accommodation.(see pictures)
There is also a very useful Dutch Barn subdivided into a very nice workshop area with the other two sections used as storage areas.
The Outbuildings - Modern Ranges
There are two large outbuildings, one used for general storage and as a tractor shed, the other (approx 22.84m x 13.71m) has been subdivided.
There are 9 stables in total. 5 stables with a tack room (with light and power) along one side and 4 stables with an open pen area along the other side.
The goats have the use of 2 of the stables with openings in the dividing walls allowing them to walk through but they can easily returned to full walls for equine use.
The goats in the pictures provide milk for making Goats Milk Soap (Google Sharons Goat Milk Soap) We ask you politely NOT to arrange viewings via this method of contact.
The land surrounds the house and is arranged in 5 main level enclosures and currently used for pasture, the lower paddocks are slightly wetter than the paddocks up towards the road. There is c.12 acres all in.
There are two wells on the property. These did provide water to the house and farm but the mains supply pipe was laid to the house about 12 years ago.
The water would need to be tested and could be used again as a back up supply or for livestock.
Right of Way
We note from the OS map that a footpath runs down the entrance track to the yard and joins up with a path crossing the land coming from a property due northwest and heading due east from the yard.The footpath is unused and very overgrown.
The first part of the access track to the property is owned by a third party which of course the owner of Maes y Pwll has access rights over, the last part of the track is owned by the property itself.
Note to Buyers
We wish to point out that 3 small 50kw Endurance E3120 Wind Turbines are located some 430m, 517m and 468m from this property. The rotor size of this turbine is around 19m in diameter and prospective buyers will pass 2 of them on the left hand side along the track when reaching this smallholding. The turbines are not owned by our client and are located on land not connected with this smallholding.
From Newcastle Emlyn take the B4333 for just over 5 miles, go past the turbines on the right and continue on. Pass two right turnings together towards Trelech & Tanglwst and go around a couple of bends, pass Mountain View garage on the left and start indicating right and the track to Maes Y Pwll is approx. 50 yards further along on the right hand side and denoted by our For Sale board. Follow the track for 3/4 of a mile and this property is at the end.
Viewings: Stricty by appointment via The Smallholding Centre or our sister company, Houses For Sale in Wales.
Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage (septic tank), oil-fired central heating.
The majority of the loft space is boarded. (No light though).
Council Tax: Band E, Carmarthenshire County Council.