*** A glorious holding comprising of 11 acres or thereabouts at the foot of the Cambrian Mountains *** South East Facing flower rich meadows and pastures *** Wonderful biodiversity *** Self sufficiencyOne Planet opportunity *** Orchard including apples, pear and plum trees *** WorkshopStudio *** Mature Oak Trees and planted Native Woodland ***
*** Haven for wildlife *** Polytunnel with raised beds *** Fruit cage with established berry bushes *** Seasonal Brooks *** Directly off a quiet road *** Internal Track leading to meadows and pasture areas ***
*** 2 miles from the village of Ffarmers *** 8 miles of the University Town of Lampeter *** 12 miles Llandovery and Llandeilo ***
No services are connected. Two water courses run through the property providing water for animals and gardening.
A rare opportunity to acquire a delightfully located parcel of land amongst the North Carmarthenshire hills at grid reference number 686 454, located directly off a quiet, single track district road 2 miles from the village of Ffarmers, 8 miles of the University Town of Lampeter, 12 miles Llandovery and Llandeilo.
Erwlwyd enjoys a sechluded south east facing position and is located amongst the North Carmarthenshire hills providing a peaceful environment and offers potential purchasers the opportunity to conserve the wildlife and biodiversity of these flower-rich meadows and pastures and also provides self-sufficiencyOne Planet opportunity. The land is currently divided into individual parcels of lands extending to 11 acres or thereabouts including a an orchard and a various parcels of native woodland planted in the last 10 years. A workshopstudio with multi fuel Rayburn stove and other outhouses located on site.
The land has good roadside access with gated and stock proof fenced boundary and a internal track.
17‘ 0"e; x 11‘ 0"e; (5.18m x 3.35m). The studio is insulated and boarded. With a multi-fuel stove Rayburn.
BRICK BUILT FORMER DAIRY
8‘ 0"e; x 8‘ 0"e; (2.44m x 2.44m).
36‘ 0"e; x 16‘ 0"e; (10.97m x 4.88m). Commercial Grade. A gardeners dream with raised beds with various vegetables (salad crops, onions, parsnips and cabbage) and flowers such as clematis and passion flower. Gravity fed water supply to internal tap.
Well established black currants, raspberries, blueberries, gooseberries, red currants and strawberries.
A glorious orchard of apple trees (eaters and cookers), pear, plum, damson and cherry trees.
MEADOWS AND PASTURES
Flower rich meadows and pastures that have been managed sympathetically for conservation and biodiversity for the past decade. No artificial chemicalspesticides used on the land. Flowers include meadow buttercup, pignut, bluebells. Wonderful for butterflies and small mammals.
MARSHY GRASSLAND PASTURE
Purple moor grass, rough pasture with uncommon flowers and ragged robin, sneezewort and wild angelica.
Established wet woodland and mature sessile oak trees and native woodland planted within the past 10 years which include alder, birch, hazel, oak, hornbeam, cherry, Scots pine.
All boundaries are stock proof fenced and gated. Established road-side, mixed species hedge.
TENURE AND POSSESSION
We are informed the land is Freehold Tenure and will be vacant on completion. Land Registry Title Plan is available on request.