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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Penrhos, Llanfynydd Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire.

Removed £375,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Ideal opportunity to acquire this 10 acre Holding
  • Ideal for Equestrian Use with Good Hacking
  • Corral with Field Shelter & Range of Buildings
  • Scenic Countryside Views & Walks
  • Convenient to Llanfynydd Village with Brechfa Forest Nearby
  • Oil Central Heating & Double Glazing
  • 4 Bedrooms, Shower Room & Family Bathroom
  • Convenient to Pantglas Leisure Park
  • Option to purchase with less land
  • EPC: E40

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An ideal opportunity to purchase this smallholding comprising a 4 bedroom detached farmhouse with approximately 10 acres of land or thereabouts ideal for equestrian use and country pursuits with attached former cowshed now used as tack/hay store, barn stabling, boot room and garage. There is a field shelter with corral and pony stable/kennels with enclosed outdoor run and store sheds.

This traditional property dating to circa 1800 with later additions has rendered elevations under a slated roof and has the benefit of oil central heating and double glazing. The property is approached via a gated driveway onto a courtyard setting with scenic and tranquil countryside views over the surrounding farmland and beyond.

In a convenient location within walking distance of the village of Llanfynydd with its public house and church. The village offers many activities to include its book and craft clubs and coffee mornings. The village is supported by Llanfynydd village society and has an annual agricultural show and local young farmers association. There is a local bus service to Carmarthen twice a week and is on a bus route for the Bro Dinefwr School at Ffairfach. The area is renowned for its country pursuits with wonderful opportunities for riding, walking and mountain biking available on the green lanes and in nearby brechfa forest. Court Henri and Dryslwyn are a short distance away with its nursery/primary school, regular bus service and local community shop. Pantglas Leisure club with restaurant, gym and swimming pool, snooker room, tennis courts and playground is a short distance away.

Llanfynydd is within easy commuting distance of Llandeilo and Carmarthen towns which offer a wide and varied range of amenities to include banks, shops, offices and schools. The M4 Motorway connection at Pont Abraham is within easy commuting distance. Local attractions include the Aberglasney Gardens, Paxton Tower and the Botanical Gardens of Wales all of which are within easy reach.

The accommodation comprises Conservatory, Shower Room, Scullery, Kitchen/Breakfast Room/Living Room, Lounge/Dining Room, Utility Room with access through to the boot room, first floor 4 bedrooms and family bathroom with staircase to an attic area.

Externally the property has a range of buildings, paddocks, fields and woodland and would meet the needs for equestrian use.

Tool Shed & Log Store 
Of brick construction with corrugated roof.

Tool Shed (8'2" x 16'1") 2.49m x 4.90m and Log Store
(4'4" x 4'8") 1.31m x 1.41m

Barn stabling 
Of stone construction with a slated roof. Concrete floor, light and water.

Corral (6.90m x 3.79m or 22' 8" x 12' 5") 
With concrete base and water connected.

Field Shelter (2.77m x 4.65m or 9' 1" x 15' 3") 
Of timber construction. Stone base with rubber mats.

Pony Stable/Kennel (3.56m x 2.70m or 11' 8" x 8' 10") 
Pony stable/kennel with enclosed dog run.

Kennel/Store Shed (1.35m x 2.70m or 4' 5" x 8' 10") 
With kennel/shed.

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.

Local Authority 
Carmarthenshire County Council, 3 Spilman Street, Carmarthen. Tel No: 01267 234567

Agents Note 
Please note 2 barns have a right of way over the driveway to their property with maintenance fees shared.

By appointment with the selling agent.

Lounge/Dining Room (4.73m x 8.44m or 15' 6" x 27' 8") 
With two double glazed patio doors and two windows to front. Beamed ceiling, ornate coving and ceiling rose, Victorian style fireplace with grate and hearth. Open balustrade staircase to first floor with timber panelling.

Utility Area (1.21m x 2.18m or 4' 0" x 7' 2") 
With double glazed window. Plumbing for a washing machine, appliance space and cloak hanging area, radiator and door through to boot room.

First Floor 
Open balustrade staircase to first floor from lounge/dining room.

Half Landing 

Main Landing 
With doors to 3 bedrooms. Stairs to attic which is fully insulated.

Bedroom 1 (4.73m x 3.29m or 15' 6" x 10' 10") 
With double glazed window to front, beamed ceiling, radiator and coved ceiling.

Bedroom 2 (4.71m x 3.36m or 15' 5" x 11' 0") 
With double glazed window, recess curtained wardrobe with rail, beamed ceiling and radiator.

Bedroom 3 (2.69m x 1.80m or 8' 10" x 5' 11") 
With double glazed window, coved ceiling, beamed ceiling and radiator.

Second landing 
With radiator, walk in airing/storage cupboard with louvre doors with shelves and hanging rail. Wall light.

Bedroom 4 (4.99m Max x 3.14m or 16' 4" Max x 10' 4") 
With restricted headroom, roof light and eaves storage, beamed ceiling, radiator and double glazed window.

Bathroom (2.13m x 2.45m or 7' 0" x 8' 0") 
With low level WC, panelled bath and wash hand basin, part tiled walls and beamed ceiling, florescent light, double glazed window and radiator.

The homestead and land in all amounts to approximately 10 acres or thereabouts comprising paddocks, fields and woodland with scenic country views over neighbouring land and beyond.

The property is approached via a gated entrance way to the homestead with ample parking and turning area for both horse boxes and cars and the drive continues to the front of the property to a 5 bar wooden gate. Paved patio areas with lawned gardens to front and rear. Outside lights.

Gated entrance to rear of the property with views towards the homestead.

External oil tank

Boot Room (4.94m x 4.17m or 16' 2" x 13' 8") 
With concrete floor, power and light, range of base and wall units with recess store area, stainless steel sink unit and door to front. Internal door to garage and door to house.

Garage (3.26m x 5.43m or 10' 8" x 17' 10") 
(now used as feed/hay store and tack room). With concrete floor, light and up and over door.

Double Glazed Door:- 

Conservatory (2.78m x 4.59m or 9' 1" x 15' 1") 
With dwarf walls and double glazed leaded windows, tiled floor, radiator and TV point. Door to shower room.

Shower Room (1.38m x 2.70m or 4' 6" x 8' 10") 
With low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and shower cubicle with Triton Cara electric shower unit, spot lights, tiled floor and extractor fan, radiator and two double glazed windows.

Scullery (1.45m x 2.14m or 4' 9" x 7' 0") 
With circular bowl and mixer tap, tiled floor, base units with worktop, display cupboards and shelving, recess area for appliance space and radiator. Glass panel door to:

Kitchen/Breakfast/Living Area (7.56m x 4.12m or 24' 10" x 13' 6") 
Kitchen area with oak fronted units comprising base, wall and display units, double bowl and a half sink unit, work tops and fitted table. Integrated dish washer, radiator, florescent light and tiled floor.
Living area with inglenook feature brick wall and inset area with shelving, cooker point and space for double oven.
TV and telephone point, 2 radiators and 2 double glazed windows. Glass panelled door to lounge/dining room. Door to utility area.

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Added on Rightmove:
17 June 2016

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