Longhouse Farm in Mathry, Pembrokeshire, with a guide price of £3,950,000 (over €4.6 million), is one of the finest” coastal arable/stock farms on the North-West Pembrokeshire coastline within the renowned early potato growing belt and with excellent tourism potential.
That is according to J J Morris, who has launched the listing to the property market in recent days.
The property comprises a spacious detached character farmhouse residence with 3 reception rooms, 4/5 bedrooms and a bathroom, benefiting from an adjoining wing with 2/3 reception rooms and 5-bedroom accommodation in need of renovation.
In addition, there is a “substantial” range of both traditional and modern farm buildings used for stock rearing and grain storage purposes.
The property spans 381-acres of predominantly arable and pastureland of which there are-295 acres or thereabouts down to arable crops and some 80-acres of pasture land, together with 3 irrigation reservoirs/ponds and a caravan club licence for 5 tourers.
Accommodation in the main farmhouse residence includes a porch, reception hall, lounge/diner, sitting room, an office, five bedrooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, a reach porch, utility room, freezer room, a separate WC, a boiler/wood shed, a landing and a bathroom.
Externally, there is a garage of concentre block construction with a corrugated cement fibre roof, with electric light and power points.
Adjoining the farmhouse at the rear is the wing, which is of solid stone and cavity concrete block/brick construction and includes a hall, a living room, a sitting room, an office, a kitchen, a bathroom, five bedrooms and an en-suite bathroom.
Besides, farm buildings include a lean-to fuel shed, adjoining the wing, a 3-car vehicle port/open garage, two cattle/store sheds, a number of barns, a straw shed, a calving shed, an implement/store shed and a lean-to cattle shed (x2).
Others include a lean-two sheep shed, three silage clamps, three loose cattle sheds, a store/straw shed, two multi-purpose sheds, six lambing sheds, a grain shed, and a grain/implement shed.
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