From the 1975 Auction Catalogue (Lot 26)
Pen-y-Cefn Uchaf Farm
Extending to about 23.458 Acres.
This small Dairy Farm is situated at the extreme south-western corner of the Estate, close in to Dolgellau, the development of which has reached right up to the western boundary of the farm. It is considered that at least the western part of the farm must have SOME POTENTIAL FOR ULTIMATE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT.
The stone and slate
with block and pebbledash extension, lies on the north side of the public road, which runs through the farm, and contains the following accommodation:
ON THE GROUND FLOOR:
Hall. Dining Room, 15ft. 6in. by 10ft. 3in, with two large built-in cupboards. Lounge, 15ft. 3in. by 11ft. 7in. Kitchen, 14ft. 6in. by 8ft.
ON THE FIRST FLOOR:
Three Bedrooms, respectively about 18ft. 6in. by 9ft. 9in., 9ft. 10in. by 9ft. 3in. having airing cupboard off, and 16ft. 6in. by 10ft. Bathroom with bath and basin (both hot and cold) and w.c.
SERVICES: Main water and electricity connected. Septic tank drainage.
forming a block with the house, include: Stone and slate Lean-to Shed, Cowhouse for six, Barn and Stable with loft over (used as Barn). Block built and asbestos roofed Dairy with sink (cold tap). On the south side of the road is another Barn (in poor condition).
forms a compact block mainly on the south side of the road and includes two good pasture ﬁelds of about 10 acres and some rough grazing, about 14 acres.
The Land and Buildings are let to Mr. E. Pugh on a yearly Ladyday Tenancy at £60 per annum, the rent having last been increased in 1973. The Farmhouse is let separately to Mr. Pugh on a full repairing lease for 15 years from 25th March, 1968, at 5p per annum.
Rataeable Value: £80.
Note: Purchasers’ attention is drawn to Lot 28 which would provide a valuable addition to this Lot, as also would Lot 27.