Peace & quiet!
Specialist estate agents The Smallholding Centre say they have ideal properties for those seeking seclusion
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.