Guide Price £795,000

Garth Fawr Farm, Cilfynydd, Nr Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taff CF37 4HP
6 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | Freehold
Property ID: HRT 8305009

Spacious Detached Brick Faced Family Home Set in 104.55 Acres
Hallway, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen/ Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Study, Rear Hall, Side Hall, Bathroom, Cloakroom
6 Bedrooms, Store Room, Family Bathroom
Approached via Private Farm Track with Concrete Hard Standing
Outstanding Panoramic Rural Views
Sold Subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition


Garth Fawr Farm offers an opportunity to purchase a healthy upland hill farm set in 104.55 acres with outbuildings and common rights on the adjoining Craig Evan Leyshon Common in a pleasant rural setting. Garth Fawr Farmhouse Substantial brick faced detached family home providing outstanding spacious family accommodation in a wonderful rural setting with exceptional views and sold subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition. UPVC double glazed entrance door with glass panels to HALL WAY (20'10" x 7'1") traditional spindle staircase to first floor with understairs cupboard, wood block floor, small paned glazed internal door to large LIVING ROOM (28'7" x 14') 2 rooms connected by a wide archway with herringbone pattern woodblock floor, double glazed windows and french doors to garden, natural stone feature wall with fireplace and shelved display niches, separate DINING ROOM (14'7" x 11'5") solid timber block floor and double glazed window with rural view, serving hatch to kitchen. Farmhouse style KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM (19' x 14'4") extensive range of timber fronted base and wall cupboards, roll top work surface and stainless steel double bowl sink and mixer tap, electric cooker and extractor to remain, spaces for fridge and freezer, ceramic tiled floor, double glazed windows and ample room for family sized breakfast table. Doorway to UTILITY ROOM (14'3" x 97") base cupboard, stainless steel double bowl sink and drainer, ceramic tiled floor, double glazed window and built in storage cupboard, doors to STUDY (10'2" x 9'8") woodblock floor, double glazed window. Further doors from Utility Room to REAR HALL (9'10" x 10'3") UPVC double glazed door and window to driveway, built in cupboards and white Belfast style porcelain sink, and SIDE HALL with ceramic tiled floor, UPVC door to side and doors to ground floor BATHROOM (9'6" x 6'7") white panelled bath with electric shower and shower screen, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled to walls, separate CLOAKROOM (6'6" x 3'9") white pedestal basin and low level WC, ceramic tiled floor and lower walls, frosted double glazed window to LANDING, double glazed window to front elevation, deep airing cupboard with foam lagged cylinder tank and doors to BEDROOM 1 (14' x 12'8") floor to ceiling mirror doored wardrobes and double glazed windows. BEDROOM 2 (11'5" x 13'1") excellent bank of louvre doored wardrobes and double glazed window with a beautiful rural aspect. BEDROOM 3 (14'5" x 14') louvred doored wardrobes and double glazed window to side elevation. DOUBLE BEDROOM 4 (9'3" x 14'4") 4th generous double bedroom with double glazed window and low door to general STORE ROOM (25' x 11'8") part pitched plastered ceiling with a maximum height of 5'9", double glazed window to pine end and built in cupboards. FAMILY BATHROOM (9'5" x 9'4") traditional white suite including panelled bath with mixer tap, low level WC, bidet, wash hand basin and vanity cupboard and fully tiled shower cubicle with mains shower attachment, frosted double glazed window. Staircase from first floor landing to second floor landing with doors to BEDROOM 5 (17' x 11'6") fitted carpet, double glazed window to side elevation and door to storage cupboard. BEDROOM 6 (14'2" x 17') fitted carpet, built in cupboard and double glazed window to side elevation. Approached via a private farm track which extends across the rear of the property with a concrete hard standing. Predominantly lawned gardens with paved sitting area and fruit trees and mixed shrubbery and a dry stone wall to the rear boundary framing a majestic panoramic view. Garden shed, workshop and block built kennels to remain.

Estate Agents Act: The property is owned by a connected party to one of the Herbert R Thomas Ltd Consultants.

Mains gas, electricity, water and septic tank drainage

Basic Payment Scheme

The Farm Has been registered under the Welsh Basic Payment Application Scheme. The entitlements are excluded from the sale but are available to purchase by separate negotiation. The seller will retain the benefit of the 2017 Basic Payment Scheme claim.
Tenure & Possession

Freehold with Vacant Possession on Completion.
Method of Sale

The farm is offered for sale, as a whole or in two lots, by Private Treaty.

Garth Fawr Farmhouse benefits from mains electric and water with a private drainage supply to a septic tank. The farmhouse has an offsite Biomass Boiler serving the central heating system. The farmhouse has a 3.84 Kw Solar Panel system on the roof to provide electricity supply to the farmhouse and benefits from the feed-in-tariff. The Farmhouse benefits from a free internet supply from an agreement with Airband. The agreement covers the installation of antennas and associated equipment to distribute broadband signal for an alternative broadband network for businesses in South Wales - Rent received £40 per month.
Fixtures and Fittings

All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale unless specifically referred to in these particulars.
Sporting, Timber & Mineral Rights

The sporting rights, mineral rights and timber are included within the freehold in so far as they are owned.
Wayleave, Easements & Rights of Way

The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights and obligations including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and other obligations, easements, quasi-easements and all wayleaves whether referred to or not in these particulars.

The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the vendor nor the vendors agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof.
Cross Compliance

The seller will be responsible for the cross compliance up to the date of completion. The purchaser(s) will take over the cross compliance obligations on completion and will indemnify the seller for any non-compliance which results in a penalty or reduction in the seller's payments.

Should any dispute arise as to the boundaries or any point arising in the General Remarks and Stipulations or Particulars of Scale, Schedule, Plan or interpretation of any of them the question shall be referred to the arbitration of the selling agents, whose decision acting as expert shall be final.

Should any sale of the property, as a whole or in lots, or any right attached to it become a chargeable supply for the purpose of VAT, such Tax shall be payable by the purchaser(s) in addition to the contract price.
Plans, Areas and Schedules

These have been prepared as carefully as possible and are based on the Title Deeds and Single Application Form 2015 Maps. The plans and schedules are published for illustrative purposes only and although they are believed to be correct, their accuracy is not guaranteed.

Viewings of Garth Fawr Farm including land and farm buildings is strictly by appointment only. Interested parties should contact Herbert R Thomas;
Health and Safety Note

The property is a working farm and therefore viewers should be careful and vigilant whilst on the holding. Neither the seller nor selling agents are responsible for the safety of those viewing the property and accordingly those viewing the property do so at their own risk.
Farm Buildings at Garth Fawr Farm

Farm Buildings at Garth Fawr Farm Garth Fawr Farm benefits from a useful range of traditional and modern farm buildings which are to be sold within lot 1. The Buildings are suitable to house livestock in addition to storing forage crops and farm machinery. The buildings are detailed below: - 1. The ruins of the former Garth Fawr House with attached lean-to housing Biomass Boiler serving central heating requirements of the Farmhouse. (30’x12’ approx.) 2. Sheep Shed (100’x65’ approx.) 3. Portal Framed Silage Shed (75’x40’ approx.) 4. Lean-to for cattle/sheep (75’x40’ approx.) 5. Lean-to for storage (60’ x 30’ approx.) 6. Collecting yard to include sheep pens/race. Farmland The agricultural land at Garth Fawr Farm extends to about 104.55 acres (42.31 hectatres) including the site of the farm buildings/farm yard. The majority if the land is productive pasture land capable of being mown and grazed by livestock. A small portion is woodland and rough grazing. The farm benefits from Common Grazing Rights on CL55, Graig-Evan Leyshon Common to graze in all seasons:- 38 herd of cattle or 38 horses or 300 sheep with followers. Lotting Garth Fawr Farm is available as a whole, or in two lots as follows:- Lot 1: Farmhouse, garden shed, workshop, dog kennels, farm yard and farm buildings set in 62.183 acres of pasture land as edged red on the plan. Access through Garth Hall Farm or for large agricultural machinery at Point B. Lot 2: 42.372 acres of pasture and woodland. Access to this lot is available at Point A (off the adopted highway) or Point B (via a right of way over a track on adjoining land in third party ownership before exiting onto an adopted highway). The buyer of this lot will be responsible to obtain a new metered mains water supply from the Dwr Cymru Welsh Water main which crosses the land. Basic Payment Scheme The Farm Has been registered under the Welsh Basic Payment Application Scheme. The entitlements are excluded from the sale but are available to purchase by separate negotiation. The seller will retain the benefit of the 2017 Basic Payment Scheme claim.

Travelling from the M4 Motorway take junction 32 and proceed in a northerly direction along the A470 for about 11 miles (passing the turn off for Caerphilly and Pontypridd). At the roundabout take the 3rd exit, at the next roundabout take the 2nd exit proceed along the A472, Mafon Road. Take the first right hand turn, at the Railway Inn Public House and proceed up Llanfabon Road. Take the next right hand turn. After about 400 metres turn right, continue along this road for about ½ mile and turn left into Garth Hall – proceed through Garth Hall and follow the drive up to the farm.


Robert Calcaterra

01446 772911


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Guide Price £620,000

Garth Fawr Farm and 62.183 acres, Cilfynydd, Nr Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taff CF37 4HP
6 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | Freehold
Property ID: HRT 8326604