A good com­pro­mise

Mar­tyn Buck at The Small­hold­ing Cen­tre sug­gests a way of get­ting a small­hold­ing on a lim­ited bud­get

Country Smallholding - - Feature Property -

West Wales has plenty to of­fer those look­ing to re­alise their dream of own­ing a small­hold­ing and even for those who are look­ing to ‘up­size’ and in­crease the amount of land they have. So, what will your money buy? If you want, say, 20 acres or so, and there seem to be plenty of peo­ple who do, then there are po­ten­tially two routes to achieve your goal. You can buy a small­hold­ing of the right size, if your bud­get will stretch that far. Al­ter­na­tively, if you have a lesser bud­get, you could con­sider buy­ing the land and the house sep­a­rately. Whilst this may not be ideal, it is a cost ef­fec­tive com­pro­mise.

Llaingyfre, near Car­marthen A de­tached four / five bed­room house to­gether with two holiday cot­tages. A good range of agri­cul­tural build­ings. Ap­prox 22.5 acres – a mix of good pas­ture, rough pas­ture and wood­land. Se­cluded, peace­ful lo­ca­tion. Ref: 10349 £499,000

Land at Broadoak, near Car­marthen Ap­prox­i­mately 21 acres of land in­clud­ing a sta­ble block and yard, all weather school and flat / gen­tly slop­ing pas­ture. Ru­ral lo­ca­tion with easy ac­cess to the A40 and Car­marthen. Mains wa­ter is con­nected to the stables. Ref: 10355 £150,000

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