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3 bedroom smallholding for sale

Manordeilo, Llandeilo

Sold STC £310,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Converted Barn
  • Presently Two Cottages
  • Stunning Location
  • Impressive Grounds
  • Many Period Features
  • Versatile Accommodation
  • Extensive Buildings
  • Paddocks & Lake - approx 9 acres
  • In need of refurbishment
  • EPC Rating 'F'

Full description

An attractive detached converted traditional brick barn set in lovely location above the Towy Valley standing in wonderful grounds from which there are fabulous views over the valley towards the surrounding hillsides. The barn is in need of refurbishments and retains many period features whilst providing versatile accommodation. It is presently arranged as two cottages but could easily be adapted as one home. It comprises: Cottage 1, Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Rayburn range, Dining Room, Ground floor Bathroom, First floor Sitting Area, Shower Room, Superb Bay windowed Lounge with impressive fireplace, Garden Room, Vaulted ceiling Master Bedroom. Cottage 2: Kitchen/Living Room with Rayburn range, Lounge with feature fireplace, Garden Room, Bathroom, Vaulted ceiling Bedroom. Extensive Workshops, Greenhouses and Animal housing. Orchards, Small vineyards, Ponds and Lake Pasture paddocks & woodland extending to almost 9 acres.

Cottage 1 -

Kitchen/Living Room - 4.12m x 3.13m - Rayburn Royal solid fuel range in brick surround with oak mantle and having back boiler for domestic hot water. Shaws double bowl Belfast style sink unit on pedestal shelf. Exposed ceiling beams. Beech floor boards. Built in Airing Cupboard.

Dining Room - 6.91m x 4.13m - Open stairs to first floor. Exposed ceiling beams. Plumbed for automatic washing machine. Exposed brick wall. Teracotta tiled floor.

Ground Floor Bathroom - 4.13m x 2.25m - In need of refurbishment

First Floor -

Galleried Sitting Room - 10.22m x 3.07m max - Vaulted ceiling with reduced height at eaves. Exposed beam ceiling. Beech floor boards. 2 Ceiling skylights. Access to eaves storage space.

Shower Room - 2.97m x 2.14m - Shower in tiled and glazed cubicle. Pedestal hand basin with tiled splashback. Low level W.C. Pine floor boards. Part tiled walls.

Lounge - 7.04m x 5.28m - Bay window to south west elevation. Feature open fireplace with exposed beam above and quarry tiled hearth. Open stairs to second floor. Exposed brick wall. Sandstone paved floor. Pine French doors to Garden Room.
It would be possible to connect to the second cottage from the Lounge if so required.

A Further Room Aspect -

Garden Room - 5.95m x 4.15m - French doors to gardens. Marble tiled floor. This room is need of complete refurbishment

Second Floor Bedroom - 7.24m x 5.26m max - Vaulted beam ceiling. 2 Ceiling skylights.

Cottage 2 - Approached via a Portico on the eastern elevation with quarry tiled floor and cast iron columns

Kitchen/Living Room - 8.11m x 4.17m - Decorative cast iron and timber mock range display in brick surround. Rayburn No 1 (1936) solid fuel range for cooking and domestic hot water. Double bowl Belfast style sink unit. Built in range base cupboards with quarry tiled worksurface. 4 ring gas hob and fitted electric oven. Plumbed for automatic washing machine. Reconstructed stone paved floor. Open stairs to first floor.

First Floor Lounge - 9.56m x 5.30m - Feature Victorian style fireplace. Feature staircase and balcony in Oak and Pitch Pine leading to Bathroom.
French doors to Garden Room. Spiral staircase to second floor.

Bathroom - 5.40m x 2.23m - Free standing cast iron bath with electric shower above. Hand basin in marble top wash stand. Superb Period W.C. Vaulted beam ceiling with skylight. Built in Airing Cupboard. Beech panelled floor.

Garden Room - 4.18m x 3.46m - In need of complete refurbishment

Second Floor Bedroom - 6.48m x 5.18m - Vaulted beam ceiling. Ballustrade. 2 Ceiling skylight. Beech floor.

Outside - The property can be approached via two driveways one of which leads to the front of the barn and proceeds onward to one other property. The main drive leads through the garden to a spacious courtyard at the side of the barn where a number of the buildings are located. They comprise

General Purpose Workshop - 11.99m x 5.98m - Fully insulated walls. Ample lighting and power sockets. The workshop equipment can be available by separate negotiation.

Lean To Timber Store -

Fuel Stores - There are two further fuel stores located to the rear of the Workshop.

Garage -

Grounds & Gardens - The property has historically been well planted with a wonderful selection of trees and shrubs but due to lack of maintenance is now much over grown but could with effort be brought back to a magnificent garden and orchard.

Paddocks - Besides the planted areas there are two paddocks, each of which is well fenced and leads up to a winter housing and handling building

Services - We are advised that the property is connected to mains electricity and water. Private drainage.

Tenure And Possession - We understand that the property is freehold and that vacant possession will be given on completion

Council Tax - We are advised that the property is in Band ' ' and that the liability for the year 2016/2017 is £

Education - A wide range of state schools are to be found in Llangadog, Llandeilo, Ffairfach and Carmarthen (Welsh language secondary) - www.carmarthenshire.gov.uk. Private schools include Llandovery College, St Michaels, Llanelli and Christ College, Brecon (independent schools www.isc.co.uk)

Sporting & Recreational - There are wonderful opportunities for walking, riding and cycling from the property. Hunting is with the Towy and Cothi. The Rivers of the same name are noted for their Salmon and Sewin (Sea Trout) fishing, membership of associations is by application. There are Golf courses at Llandybie, Garnant and Carmarthen. The area is noted for its ancient castles and Gardens, with Aberglasney and the Botanic Garden of Wales within half an hours drive. The extensive Gower, Carmarthen and Pembrokeshire coastline are within an hours drive.

Location - Glanbrydan Barn is part of a complex of buildings which were part of the Glanbrydan estate. It is located alongside a private lane that leads to the Garden Cottage but the Barn itself does also have its own driveway. It is within 1/4 mile of the A.40 which provides easy access west to the Country Market town of Llandeilo offering a good range of amenities together with rail link on the 'Heart of Wales' line. The county administrative town of Carmarthen is approximately 20 miles and the M.4 motorway can be joined at Pont Abraham providing access to the University city of Swansea and of course is the main route to the rest of the country.

Directions - From Llandeilo the property is located by taking the A.40 towards Llandovery for approximately 3 1/2 miles. Take the left hand turning adjacent to Glanbrydan Farm and then take the next private lane left. Adjacent to the main gates to Glanbrydan mansion take the right hand lane and follow this for a short distance then turn left, taking the right hand driveway which leads to the property

Viewing - By appointment with BJP Property People

Out Of Hours Contact - Jonathan Morgan 07989 296883

N B - These details are a general guideline for intending purchasers and do not constitute an offer of contract. BJP have visited the property , but not surveyed or tested any of the appliances, services or systems in it including heating, plumbing, drainage etc. The Sellers have checked and approved the details, however purchasers must rely on their own and/or their Surveyor's inspections and the Solicitors enquiries to determine the overall condition, size and acreage of the property, and also any Planning, Rights of Way, Easements, or other matters relating to it.

Proof Of Identity - In order to comply with anti-money laundering regulations, BJP Residential Ltd require all buyers to provide us with: (i) proof of identity (ii) proof of current residential address The following documents must be presented in all cases: IDENTITY DOCUMENTS: A photographic ID, such as current passport or UK driving licence EVIDENCE OF ADDRESS: A bank, building society statement, utility bill, credit card bill or any other form of ID, issued within the previous three months, providing evidence of residency as the correspondence address.

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Website Address - Carmarthen 01267 236363 Llandeilo 01558 822468 View all our properties on: www.bjpco.com; www.rightmove.co.uk or www.onthemarket.com


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12 October 2016

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