Peace & quiet!

Spe­cial­ist es­tate agents The Small­hold­ing Cen­tre say they have ideal prop­er­ties for those seek­ing seclu­sion

Country Smallholding - - Feature -

So many peo­ple com­ing to us for a small­hold­ing say they want peace and quiet, with no near neigh­bours and off the beaten track. Whether peo­ple have had is­sues with neigh­bours pre­vi­ously or have noisy dogs them­selves, a de­gree of seclu­sion is high on lots of lists. Here are two prop­er­ties that of­fer this in abun­dance:

Graig, Near Tre­garon, Ceredi­gion £350,000

Graig is a tra­di­tional Welsh long­house in an iso­lated, ru­ral lo­ca­tion with ap­prox 6.5 acres of land. The dwelling of­fers good-sized three-bed ac­com­mo­da­tion on one floor and is at­tached to ex­ten­sive stone sta­bling which would be ideal for con­ver­sion or for ex­tend­ing the liv­ing ac­com­mo­da­tion if de­sired (sub­ject to the nor­mal con­sents). The prop­erty ben­e­fits from an air source heat pump which serves cen­tral heat­ing and hot wa­ter.

The build­ings are sur­rounded by their own land, which is a mix­ture of flat and slop­ing rough graz­ing. The prop­erty is well off the beaten track with no near neigh­bours and en­joys the ul­ti­mate lo­ca­tion for tran­quil­lity and seclu­sion. If you like to star gaze, then look no fur­ther.

Pen­rhiw Uchaf, Near Llan­gadog, Car­marthen­shire £695,000

Pen­rhiw Uchaf is a 50-acre or­ganic small farm. It fea­tures a de­tached, fourbed house to­gether with ap­prox 41.5 acres of pas­ture, plus wood­land and plenty of out­build­ings. It also ben­e­fits from graz­ing rights on the ad­ja­cent com­mon land.

The prop­erty is sit­u­ated in a peace­ful, ru­ral lo­ca­tion within the Bre­con Bea­cons Na­tional Park and has stun­ning and far-reach­ing views over open coun­try­side. Be­ing sit­u­ated within the Na­tional Park, with per­mis­sion, the prop­erty could pro­vide the po­ten­tial for hol­i­day ac­com­mo­da­tion / a bunk house / camp­site devel­op­ment, with plenty of lo­cal walk­ing and rid­ing avail­able.

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