Whitemill, Carmarthen


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A versatile 62 acre small farm situated in a very popular area, 6 miles from Carmarthen Town. The character 3 bedroom cottage style property is in an elevated position, retaining much of its character and charm with wooden beams, wood burner and oil central heating. There are some superbly kept gardens with lovely water feature, various outbuildings including hay barns and traditional stone ranges which may be suitable for conversion (subject to the necessary planning consents). The land surrounds the property and is accessed via a shared lane with the neighbouring property. Rhydganol has no near neighbours. Situated approximately 6 miles from the county and market town of Carmarthen which offers excellent shopping facilities with both national and traditional retailers, junior and secondary schools, bus and rail stations and M4 dual carriageway connection. The property is situated in-between the villages of Peniel and Rhydargaeau which offer primary school ( 4-11 Years), community centre, garage with shop and post office, MOT's and servicing. To the north of the property is the Ceredigion coastline with the very popular destinations of Llangrannog, New Quay and Aberaeron where superb views of the bay and coastline are enjoyed. A superb location with viewing highly recommended.


Enter via double glazed door, coat hanging area, tiled flooring, door to:


14' by 10' (4.27m by 3.05m)

Double glazed windows to side, radiator, door leading to:

Cloak Room

WC, wash hand basin, localised wall tiles, tiled flooring, Radiator,


25' x 7'4 (7.62m x 2.24m)

Double glazed windows to side and rear, range of matching wall and base units with worktops over, stainless steel sink unit with single drainer, plumbing for washing machine and slimline dishwasher, space for cooker, oil boiler, storage cupboard, beams to ceiling, tiled flooring, door to:

Living Room

14' x 13'9 (4.27m x 4.19m)

Double glazed window to front, wood burner with stone surround and tiled hearth, stairs to first floor with storage cupboard under, 2 radiators, opening to:

Dining Room

13'10 x 9'4 (4.22m x 2.84m)

Beams to ceiling, radiator, patio doors to:


9'10 x 9'3 (3.00m x 2.82m)

Windows overlooking the well kept gardens and the land beyond, tiled flooring, patio doors to rear.

First Floor Landing

Double glazed windows to front and rear, loft access, door to:


13'8 x 12'10 (4.17m x 3.91m)

Double glazed window to front, radiator.


14'2 x 8' (4.32m x 2.44m)

Double glazed window to rear, radiator.


10'2 x 8' (3.10m x 2.44m)

Double glazed window to rear, P shaped bath with shower and side screen over, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, airing cupboard, tiled walls, radiator.


13'5 x 9' (4.09m x 2.74m)

Double glazed window to front with views, radiator.


The land amounts to 62 Acres approx. Mostly in one block and situated to the rear of the property. A wildlife pond is situated on the land where Geese, and other wildlife is often seen. Most of the land is able to grow silage etc. There is a area which front onto the common at the top of the mountain which then links to Brechfa Fforest. There is a area of Japanese Knotweed on the land, further details from the owners.


A long lane which is shared by the neighbouring property gives access to the homestead, having ample parking/turning areas including gravelled and concrete. Adjoining the residence is a GARAGE 23'10 x 17' with 2 up and over doors. Other outbuildings include GREEN HOUSE 8' x 8' , SHED 14'4 x 2' , FORMER PIG STY/DOG RUN , GARDEN SHED 20' x 8'3 , FORMER DAIRY 16'3 x 14', ADJOINING FORMER PARLOUR 35' x 17'10 , WORKSHOP 14'8 x 16' and the lower yard having a HAY BARN 46'6 x 14'7 , LEAN-TO 46'6 x 14' and further HAY BARN 42' x 20' and LEAN-TO 35' x 18'. There is also a STONE BARN 41' x 15'8 with corrugated iron box profile roof, currently utilised as 2 isolation pens. Some of the stone barns may be suitable for conversion subject to the necessary planning consents. The land surrounds the property and amounts to 62 acres approximately (to be confirmed), most of which is grazing and cropping land which adjoins the common at the top of the mountain in Rhydargaeau. Being divided into conveniently sized paddocks with one field being on the opposite side of the small track.


We are advised mains electricity is connected to the property with private water and drainage. Spring supply of water which also is a supply for two adjoining properties and the nearby mast. There is an annual payment from these properties for the electric used to pump the water. The owners believe that the two additional properties do have a mains water supply. There is a contract for the supply in place and the other properties pay a % of the electric supply annually.

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John Francis - Carmarthen

18 Lammas Street, Carmarthen, SA31 3AJ

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