4 bedroom smallholding for saleDryslwyn, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire.
- A Detached 4 Bedroom Small Holding with Approx 1.5 Acres
- Modernised retaining Many Original Features
- Attractive Rural Location Amidst the Towy Valley
- Double Glazing & Oil Central Heating
- Range of Kennels & Poultry Enclosure
- Bathroom & Shower Room
- 2 Reception Rooms & Study
- Fabulous Views over the surrounding area
- EPC: E51
A detached 4 bedroom small holding set in a semi rural location in the Towy Valley with outstanding views over the surrounding area. Externally the property benefits from approximately 1.5 acres of land with an excellent range of kennels.
This traditional property under a slated roof provides a spacious family home of much charm and character retaining many original features refurbished and modernised with the benefit of oil central heating and double glazing.
Brynhawddgar is situated alongside a quiet country lane a short distance from the village of Dryslwyn with its community shop, primary school, village pub and place of workship can be found at Court Henri.
The well presented and versatile accommodation lends itself for a separate annexe area and comprises Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Shower Room, Bedroom and Study on the ground floor and 3 bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor.
Externally there are a range of kennels, store shed, terraced gardens, greenhouse, vegetable area and patio areas with fish pond. A paddock area is located on the opposite side of the small lane with poultry enclosure and store shed.
The property is approximately 5 miles from the market town of Llandeilo and approximately 10 miles from the larger town of Carmarthen with its wide and varied range of amenities. The M4 motorway junction at Pont Abraham is within easy commuting distance and gives easy access to the rest of the country. The Towy Valley offers local attractions which include the Aberglasney Gardens, Paxton Tower and Botanical Gardens of Wales which are within easy reach.
This family home is set in an ideal area for outdoor pursuits with walking, fishing and the renowned Dryslwyn Castle on its door step.
Utility Room (4.10m x 1.75m or 13' 5" x 5' 9")
With Grant oil central heating boiler, plumbing for washing machine, radiator, wall and base units with work surfacing over and appliance space
Shower Room (1.53m x 1.74m or 5' 0" x 5' 9")
With low level wc, power shower in glazed unit, hand basin in vanity unit, heated towel rail, tiled floor, extractor fan and spot lights.
Study (2.26m x 2.11m or 7' 5" x 6' 11")
Double glazed window, radiator, spot lights, coved ceiling and telephone point.
Bedroom 4 (5.31m x 5.09m Max or 17' 5" x 16' 8" Max)
With 4 double glazed windows, spot lights, 2 radiators and spot lights.
Staircase from lounge area to:
With open balustrade staircase. Access to roof space.
Bedroom 1 (4.29m x 3.25m or 14' 1" x 10' 8")
With built in wardrobes, 2 double glazed windows and radiator.
Bedroom 2 (4.28m x 2.51m or 14' 1" x 8' 3")
Built in wardrobes, 2 double glazed windows and radiator.
Bedroom 3 (3.16m x 3.13m or 10' 4" x 10' 3")
Double glazed window and radiator.
Double Glazed Door:-
Lounge (5.26m x 5.07m or 17' 3" x 16' 8")
Feature fireplace with log burner, bressumer beam and hearth, spot lights, TV point, staircase to first floor, double glazed window to front and rear. Understairs storage area.
Dining Room (5.39m x 3.76m or 17' 8" x 12' 4")
With multi fuel cast iron stove in feature stone surround fireplace with bread oven. Double glazed french doors, double glazed window to side and rear, wall lights and radiator.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room (5.29m x 4.95m or 17' 4" x 16' 3")
With a range of hand crafted base and drawer units with oak work surfaces and central island, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap set in a granite surround, double glazed bay window to front, radiator, AEG 5 burner gas hob with extractor hood over, double electric oven and fitted microwave. Plumbing for dish washer, double glazed window, part tiled walls and spot lights. Space for fridge.
With built in store cupboard, access to roof space, spot lights, double glazed window and door to rear.
The property stands in an elevated position just off a quiet country lane with outstanding views over the Towy Valley and beyond.
To the front of the house is a gated terraced area with paved patio. Gated access through to a side gravelled garden area with store shed and further paved patio area with an open aspect to the rear.
Ornamental fish pond with established rockery garden, access gate to front and steps up to a further garden area with kennels, greenhouse and vegetable area.
A paddock area is located on the opposite side of the small lane with poultry shed and enclosure.
Outside tap and oil tank
Ample parking and turning area.
Kennel/Store Room (4.42m x 2.54m or 14' 6" x 8' 4")
purpose built range with workshop and enclosed kennels and galvanised mesh surround runs.
Carmarthenshire County Council, Spilman Street, Carmarthen, Tel. No. 01267 234567.
By appointment with the Selling Agents.
Bathroom (4.95m x 2.18m or 16' 3" x 7' 2")
With tiled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc and shower in tiled cubicle with glazed door. Exposed ceiling beams, shaver point and Airing Cupboard with hot water cylinder. Spot lights and 2 double glazed windows. 2 radiators and access to roof space.
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