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  • Four Bedroom Farmhouse with Attached Three Bedroom Annexe
  • Additional Three Bedroom Bungalow
  • Stone Barn and Coach House with Conversion Potential (STPC)
  • Large Agricultural Barn, Pasture, Woodland and Wildlife Habitat
  • Approx. 61 Acres In All
  • Accessible Location with Wonderful Views
  • Sold. Similar Properties Required

Llanerch Farm has been in the current family ownership for the past forty years and whilst originally run as a dairy farm it has more recently been used for cattle, sheep and breaking horses. The farm occupies an enviable position, slightly elevated with wonderful far reaching views over the Loughor Estuary to the Gower Peninsular to the south and to The Black Mountain in the north. Whilst pleasantly secluded it is extremely accessible and has potential for multiple uses including extended families, hobby farming, nature conservation and tourism, subject to any necessary permissions.

Whilst comfortably lived in, the property is in need of some general refurbishment throughout.

The property is only two miles from junction 48 of the M4, close to the village of Pontarddulais which offers local amenities and a primary school. More extensive shopping facilities are available in Swansea which is readily accessible to the south.

Price Guide £800,000 Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: WALES_EO6991


A traditional style farmhouse with oil fired central heating. The accommodation in brief is as follows; please refer to the floor plan for approx. room sizes

The Main Entrance is from the yard through a rear door leading into a Utility Room which has plumbing for a washing machine and oil fired boiler. There is a downstairs Cloakroom with WC, and wash hand basin.

The Kitchen is fitted with a range of base and eye-level units with worksurfaces incorporating 1½ bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap, integral fridge, electric cooker point and opening through to a Dining Area with rear and side windows

Hall with external front door and stairs to first floor

The main Living Room has windows to the front and rear and a communicating door leading through to the annexe.

On the First Floor there are Four Bedrooms and a bathroom fitted with a panelled bath, WC, and wash hand basin.


The annexe adjoins the farmhouse and was bult in the early 1990’s. It is approached from the yard through a recently built timber Storm Porch from which a door leads into the Reception Hall with  a cloak cupboard, stairs leading to the first floor and a communicating door back through to the main farmhouse.

There is a ground floor Shower Room with a cubicle with electric shower, WC, and wash hand basin.

The Kitchen is fitted with a range of base and eye level units with worksurfaces incorporating a stainless steel sink and electric cooker point. It leads through into the Living Room with a front window and glazed external doors to the garden.

On the first floor there are Three Bedrooms and a Bathroom with a panelled bath, WC, and wash hand basin.



A detached bungalow converted from a former stone barn in the late 1980’s as a holiday cottage, providing the following additional accommodation:

Reception Hall leading to the Living Room with glazed external double doors to the garden.

Kitchen / Diner fitted with a range of base units with laminated worksurfaces incorporating 1½ bowl stainless steel sink, electric cooker point and door to an External Store.

There are Three Main Bedrooms and a Bathroom with a panelled bath, WC, wash hand basin and cubicle with electric shower.

Additionally there is an external Boiler / Utility Room.

Price Guide £800,000Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: WALES_EO6991


The property is set at the end of a long drive, which crosses land owned by the neighbouring farm and over which the property has a right of way. It leads to a large yard adjacent to the dwellings and outbuildings. There are enclosed gardens to the front of the farmhouse and annexe with patios and seating areas from which there are wonderful views over the Loughor Estuary towards Gower.

Within the annexe garden there is a range of Timber Outbuildings which were previously used as dog kennels and aviaries.


There are the following outbuildings with approx. sizes:

Detached Coach House 18’7 x 18’7 (about 5.7m x 5.7m) used as a double car port with scope for conversion subject to planning.

Traditional Stone Barn 36’ x 13’2 (about 11m x 4m) internally divided into Three Loose Boxes plus an End Store 15’ x 8’6 (about 4.6m x 2.6m). This building also has scope for conversion subject to planning.

Dilapidated remains of a further Stone Outbuilding with no roof


Barn 62’ x 62’ (about 18.9m x 18.9m) block walls with corrugated roof, set on a concrete base divided into three sections.

Behind the barn is a levelled area with a Static Caravan.

The Land surrounds the farmstead on a predominantly south facing aspect comprising pasture fields plus naturally generated mainly broadleaf woodland and superb wildlife habitat with a small lake. There are some access tracks running through part of the woodland although they are rather overgrown and there is also a Timber Cabin within the woods, the building which has not been completed.

(About 24.6 Hectares)

Price Guide £800,000Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: WALES_EO6991