● An Historical Three Bedroom Farmhouse in a Glorious Setting
● Separate Three Bedroom Cottage Requiring Refurbishment
● Excellent Range of Useful Barns and Outbuildings
● Good Quality Pasture Paddocks
● Wooded Bank
● Approx. 19 Acres In All
● Enviable Secluded Location Just One Mile from Laugharne
A truly stunning country property set in approx. 19 acres with a beautifully refurbished farmhouse, separate cottage requiring refurbishment, excellent range of barns and outbuildings, good quality pasture paddocks and some woodland, in an extremely private setting just 1 mile from Laugharne
The farmhouse is believed to date from 1297 when, according to the Laugharne Charter it was known as Brangeweys. The oldest part of the main house, the inglenook fireplace in the dining room dates back to around 1700 when the property was owned by the Skeel family of Pembrokeshire. Although originally a working farm the land has been reduced over the years and is now ideal for private equestrian use or for general smallholding.
The separate cottage, which was formerly a barn converted around thirty years ago, requires refurbishment and is ideal for those looking for dual family accommodation or holiday let, subject to any necessary permissions.
The property lies on the Laugharne Parish boundary and forms part of the historic Laugharne walk which takes place every three years. Participants walk around the parish boundary and in doing so walk past the house and down into the wooded valley.
Laugharne is an extremely popular town on the south coast of Carmarthenshire, lying on the estuary of the River Taff. It is perhaps most famously associated with the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, who lived there from 1949 until his death in 1953. It is about five miles south of St Clears which has a range of local amenities and access onto the A40 and Carmarthen beyond.