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993 acres, Llangynog, Carmarthen, Dyfed, SA33, West Wales
For Sale - From £15,000,000

  • Outstanding dairy unit for 1,000 cows
  • Exceptionally well presented four bedroom principal house
  • 7 Further Residences
  • 500kW anaerobic digestion plant and biomass boiler producing approx £700,000
  • Over 993 acres of productive arable and grassland
  • Good access to A40 & A48 dual carriageways (join M4 & M5)

Exceptional large scale dairy farm with green credentials


Coomb Farm enjoys a delightful rural position yet is located within a few miles of the A40 which provides road links to all the major towns in the area and the M4 to the east.

The farm is located in the county of Carmarthenshire. It lies within easy reach of the small town of St Clears and the county town of Carmarthen which provide between them an excellent range of local services and amenities to cater for everyday requirements.

The superb scenery of the Pembrokeshire coastline is readily accessible with the resorts of Saundersfoot and Tenby also located on this coast.


Coomb Farm is an exceptional large scale dairy farm generating income from its high yielding dairy operation and large renewable energy schemes which support its low carbon
footprint and make for an exciting farming and investment opportunity.

A brief summary of the farm is included below. For more information please contact the agents for a copy of the brochure.

Coomb Farm Accommodation

• Mount Zion House - an attractive stone four bedroom farmhouse in a good position away from the main dairy buildings and recently renovated to a very high standard.

• The White House with five bedrooms and three bedroom annexe.

• The Old Workshop – three bedroom stone barn conversion.

• The Long Barn - converted in 2020 to a high standard to provide 2 x three bedroom apartments (one at first fix stage) and 3 x two bedroom apartments

• The residential properties are heated by the biomass boiler and benefit from the electricity generated by the Anaerobic Digestion plant.

Mount Zion House has recently undergone substantial renovation and extension and now provides high quality family accommodation with 4 bedrooms. The principal rooms are spacious with high ceilings and large windows whilst the kitchen provides ample space for modern living with a large informal dining space. The garden comprises terraced lawns and benefits from views over the surrounding countryside. As a consequence Mount Zion provides a substantial principal residence to Coomb Farm.

The White House and Old Workshop were originally the farmhouse and adjoining and adjacent barn for Coomb Farm and have been recently renovated thus providing a high standard of accommodation. At present they provide flexible accommodation for farm workers and the White House would suit occupation as a managers house.

The Long Barn provides modern living space divided into spacious open plan apartments. Two 3 bedroom (one at first fix stage) and three 2 bedroom. These have planning permission for holiday lets as does the Old Workshop.

The residential accommodation is currently used by family members and staff employed on the dairy, however it is presented to an exceptionally high standard and could easily be used for holiday lets or to generate alternative income.

An outstanding set up currently houses the exceptionally high yielding Praire Herd of Holsteins. The dairy system is highly efficient and includes:

• 40 point rotary parlour

• Very high quality housing for animals with calving space, calf rearing, youngstock housing, milkers and dry cows

• Well ventilated housing with capacity for approx. 1,000 adult, 500 followers and 150 under 12 weeks. In all, the farm has approximately 1350 stalls.

• The farm has capacity for 7 months of slurry storage and is currently not in an NVZ.

The onsite energy generation at Coomb farm comprises a 199kW Hargassner wood chip boiler commissioned in December 2014, and an anaerobic digester (AD) with a combined heat and power (CHP) unit outputting 500kW electric and 496kW heat, an additional 199kW boiler is also supplied with biogas to increase the heat output of the AD.

The Land
In all there is approxiately 993 acres of farmland, most of which is ploughable and used in a maize, wholecrop and grass rotation. The land ownership has been built up through recent years and is predominantly in a ring-fence or located nearby. There is one off-lying block of about 127 acres at Llansteffan, approximately 3 miles away, part of which is arable land and part grazing and has a yard with buildings.

Viewing is strictly by appointment with Savills.

Acreage: 993 Acres


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