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● An Historical Five Bedroom Farmhouse in a Glorious Setting
● Separate Four Bedroom Barn Conversion
● Fantastic Range of Outbuildings
● Good Quality Pasture Paddocks
● Approx. 11 Acres in all
● Beautiful Secluded Location Near the town of Laugharne 

We understand that Glancorran Farm was originally a working farm until the current owners converted it into a care home around twenty years ago. The farmhouse will require some refurbishment to return it back to a residential home and the property has scope for a multitude of uses.

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 amenities and access onto the A40 and Carmarthen beyond.

Price Guide £875,000 Ref: WALES_LB7691


This old farmhouse provides copious amounts of space and lots of potential. It has double-glazed windows throughout. The accommodation in brief is as follows, please refer to the floor plan for approx. room sizes.

As you walk in through the Rear Entrance you have a Utility Room to your left and then up on the right is a Bathroom. The open plan Kitchen / Breakfast Room  leads into A Sitting Room with a wood burner perfect for those cold winter days. There is a Living Room that leads into Bedroom One with its own Ensuite.

Upstairs, Bedroom Two and Three are next door to each other. Further along the landing is another Office and a separate WC to its left. Walking down the corridor there are a  further Two Bedrooms both with En Suites.


This is a separate residential building. It consists of Entrance Porch, Cloakroom, Open Plan Kitchen / Dining Room, Inner Hallway, Utility Room, Home Office, Bedroom One with En Suite, Lounge, Hallway, Bathroom, Bedroom Two, Bedroom Three, Bedroom Four with Wet Room.

Price Guide £875,000Ref: WALES_LB7691


The property is approached off a country lane which leads to a private driveway with a courtyard to the rear and flanking the converted barn with a centrally positioned former dairy. There is a lawned garden and patio to the rear of the farmhouse.

The outbuildings have a lot to offer and include with approx. sizes:

Steel Framed General Purpose Outbuilding 59’ x 43’ (18m x 13.2m)

Lean-To 59’ x 21’ (18m x 6.57m) incorporating Five Loose Boxes all with water supply and, masonry dividers.

Open Store Area 25’ x  21’3 (7.9m x 6.6m) which in turn leads to:

Further Stable Block 43’ x  29’ (13.4m x 8.8m) steel framed with Five Loose Boxes each with water supply.

Adjoining the last stable area is a further Open Garage / Store 19’6 x 19’6 (6m x 6m).

Former Masonry Built Dairy 13’ x 12’4 (4m x 3.8m) and Former Milking Parlour 25’3 x 16’ (7.7m x 4.8m). This building has planning permission for conversion to provide a Workshop, Kitchenette, Office and WC. Planning ref W09180.

The above outbuildings are suitable for someone looking to keep cattle or could be suitable for anyone wanting an equestrian property.

The Land is mainly level and has previously been used for grazing cattle. The majority of the land lies to the right hand side of the property with some timber fencing. The River Coran runs close to the boundary.

IN ALL APPROX. 11 ACRES  (About 4.4 Hectares)


A public footpath leads up the driveway, around the barn and through the rear field.

Carmarthenshire Council have rights over a short section of the driveway to access their neighbouring field.

There is a Wayleave in place to enable repairs to the private water supply which runs through neighbouring 

Price Guide £875,000Ref: WALES_LB7691