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7 bedroom detached house for sale
Llanfair Hill, Llandovery, SA20
Tenure: FreeholdThis substantial property was built in March 2002 of the usual modern construction materials with a tiled roof and part rendered elevations, wood-effect uPVC double glazing and LPG gas-fired central heating with underfloor heating to the ground floor. The spacious, very well presented accommodation comprises in brief:-
Second Floor: Large Bedroom Suite with new En Suite Luxury Shower Room, large Office (ideal extra bedroom). First Floor: Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, Guest Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room, 3 further Double Bedrooms, Single Bedroom, Family Bathroom. Ground Floor: Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Laundry Room, Cloakroom. Externally: Integral Garage, spacious forecourt, large garden and further grounds to the rear.
The property is part of a small residential community at Llanfair Hill on the northern side of Llandovery, with lovely views across the town and surrounding countryside. The fine old Church of St. Mary on the Hill is nearby, whose tower is a local landmark. In earlier times, the Romans established the fort and settlement of Alabum on this small hill (probably during the 1st Century) and some faint earthwork remains can be seen around the church, which also has some Roman tiles within its walls as well as medieval features, a barrel-vaulted chancel and a tie-beam roof. William Williams (Pantycelyn), the famous Welsh hymn writer, is buried in the churchyard. The small, attractive market town of Llandovery provides all essential amenities including individual shops, a supermarket, post office, banks, pubs with restaurants, primary and secondary schools, doctor’s surgery and small hospital, as well as a swimming pool, Norman castle ruins, Llandovery College Public School, Heart of Wales railway station, and access to the A483 and A40 roads. This upper Towy Valley region near the Cambrian Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park is rich in beauty, history and wildlife, with opportunities for activities such as walking, riding, mountain biking, canoeing, bird-watching, fishing, and golf.