‘Truly extraordinary’ six-bed farmhouse with four acres of land in Wales on sale for £2 million – The Sun

A 'TRULY EXTRAORDINARY' six-bedroom Welsh farmhouse is on sale for £2 million.

The swanky Dan Y Lan Farm, in Porthcawl, Glamorgan, was built as part of a working farm but is now a private home.


The mock-Tudor house on a four-acre plot has gone on the market with estate agents Savills.

The main building is approached via a gated driveway which is lined by trees and has an equestrian paddock.

On the ground floor is an oak-panelled hallway including an arch carrying a Latin motto which translates as 'Bless us almighty God as we enter and leave this house.'

There is a kitchen-breakfast room, sitting room, dining room, drawing room and a games room including a snooker table on the ground floor.

Upstairs are six bedrooms, including the master suite.




To the front of the property there is also a double garage and a small annexe for guests.

The estate agent has described the house as "truly extraordinary" and believe it will appeal as a family home.

James Thomas, from the agents, said: "This is an impressive farmhouse, only sold once in a generation, close to Porthcawl and with excellent transport links."

A spokesman for Savills described Dan Y Lan Farm as "the perfect secluded family home".

It is situated behind a five bar gate and electric gates with gardens, a lawn and borders of mature shrubs and trees affording the house privacy and protection.

The spokesman added: "The long driveway approach past the Paddock and ornamental fish pond with waterfall and statues to the front, are beautifully offset with the vast flat lawn to the rear with its' summer house and panoramic countryside views from the large private patio area.

"It is a truly extraordinary family residence with the convenience of local amenities and transport links close by."

The property had been subject to a covenant that meant the owners were required by law to farm the land around the home.

But that condition of sale has now been removed.






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