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4 bedroom smallholding for sale


Offers in Region of £395,000

Property Description

Key features

  • An Attractive Period Farmhouse & Adjoining Workshop
  • Set in Wonderful location on the boarders of the Brecon Beacons National Park
  • Standing in established Grounds of 3 Acres & Bluebell Wood
  • Kitchen/Living Room, Study & Vaulted ceiling Sitting Room
  • 4 Bedrooms & 2 Bathrooms
  • Double Glazing & Solid Fuel Central Heating
  • Enclosed Garden & Paved Patio. Ample Parking
  • EPC Rating 'E'

Full description

Set in a wonderful location bordering the Brecon Beacons National Park at the end of its own driveway and commanding lovely views over surrounding countryside an attractive Period farmhouse and adjoining workshop with many features standing in established grounds and bluebell wood, in all around 3.75 acres. The accommodation provides: Kitchen/living room with Multi-fuel range; Utility Room; Study; Vaulted ceiling Sitting Room with feature fireplace; Ground floor Bedroom and Shower Room, 3 First floor Bedrooms and Bathroom. Double Glazing. Solid fuel central heating & Oil fired central heating being installed. 2 Workshops one with mezzanine floor. Tree lined drive to spacious courtyard providing ample parking. Pretty enclosed lawned garden to front with herbaceous borders. Paved patio to rear opening on to large lawned garden with a number of specimen trees and shrubs. Small orchard and green house. Kitchen garden and 10m Poly tunnel. 2 Pasture paddocks leading down to naturalised woodland. Beautiful bluebell wood with stream.
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Kitchen/Living Room - 5.09m x 4.80m (16'8" x 15'8") - Wamsler multi-fuel range which serves the cooking and heating requirements set in feature deep recess. Exposed ceiling beams. Open staircase to first floor. Fitted range pine base, wall and glazed display cupboards. 1 1/2 bowl resin sink unit with mixer tap. Ample worksurface with tiled surround. 4 ring Propane gas hob and electric oven cooker. Feature area painted stone walls. Tiled effect laminate and carpeted floor. Access to under-stairs store cupboard. Storage heater. Radiator.

Another Room Aspect -

Utility Room - 2.45m x 2.29m (8'0" x 7'6") - Built in larder cupboard. Plumbed for automatic washing machine and vented for tumble drier.Exposed ceiling beam. Tiled floor. Radiator.

Study - 2.33m x 2.11m (7'7" x 6'11") - Radiator.

Sitting Room - 4.98m x 4.33m (16'4" x 14'2") - Vaulted beam ceiling with open plan stair-case rising to first floor. Hunter multi-fuel stove set in impressive stone surround fireplace with decorative cast iron oven front. Picture window to front elevation and glazed doors to rear patio. 2 Radiators.

Another Room Aspect -

Inner Hall - Built in linen cupboard. Radiator.

Ground Floor Bedroom - 3.05m x 2.97m (10'0" x 9'8") - Large picture window to front elevation. Exposed beam ceiling. Built in wardrobe. Radiator.

Shower Room - 2.12m x 1.15m (6'11" x 3'9") - Shower in tiled cubicle. Hand basin in vanity unit. Low level W.C. Exposed beams. Tiled to dado height. Radiator.

First Floor Bedroom - 5.10m x 3.18m (16'8" x 10'5") - Built in cupboard. Vaulted beam ceiling with two skylights. Radiator.

Another Room Aspect -

First Floor -

Landing - Built in wardrobe. Ceiling skylight.

Bedroom - 3.3m x 2.55m (10'9" x 8'4") - Built in wardrobe. Ceiling beam. Access to attic. Radiator.

Bedroom - 3.01m x 2.33m (9'10" x 7'7") - Built in wardrobe. Ceiling beam. Radiator.

Bathroom - 2.56m x 1.85m (8'4" x 6'0") - Panelled bath with shower above and glazed screen. Pedestal hand basin and low level W.C. Access to large eaves airing cup board. . Part tiled walls. Ceiling skylight. Radiator.

Ground Floor Studio/Workshop - 5.26m x 2.96m (17'3" x 9'8") - This is approached via an interconnecting door from the inner hall

Workshop - 5.26m x 2.16m (17'3" x 7'1") - Double doors to front elevation. Staircase to first floor.

Attic Room - 5.26m x 2.55m max (17'3" x 8'4" max) - Vaulted ceiling

Outside - The property is approached over a concrete driveway from the county road that leads to a spacious courtyard at the front and side of the house providing excellent parking.

Gardens - To the front of the house is an enclosed lawned garden with pretty herbaceous borders and flower beds.

Rear Garden - An attractive area of paved patio adjoins the house at the rear and this opens onto a large area of enclosed lawned garden throughout which are a number of specimen trees and shrubs together with a newly planted kitchen garden.

Small Orchard - with a good variety of established trees. To the side of this is a Strawberry bed.

Green House -

Poyltunnel - 10.5m x 3.00m (34'5" x 9'10") - with established grape vine.

Kitchen Garden - A further area of established kitchen garden to the side of the tunnel

Lean To Log Store And Covered Work Area. -

The Paddocks - The land surrounds the property. To each side of the house are pasture paddocks that are well fenced and have a number of established native trees forming an attractive feature. The lower paddock leads down to wooded copse.

The Bluebell Wood - Located alongside the driveway, a beautiful established wood of native trees the floor of which abounds with a carpet of spring flowers, especially bluebells. A small stream meanders through the wood making an attractive feature.

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

Tenure & Possession - We are advised that the property is freehold and that vacant possession will be given on completion.

Council Tax - We understand that the property is in Band 'E' and that the liability for the year 2016/17 is £1,650.56

Education - A range of state schools are to be found in Llangadog, Llandeilo and Llandovery - Private schools include Llandovery College, St Michaels, Llanelli and Christ College, Brecon - independent schools

Sporting And Recreational - There are wonderful opportunities for walking, riding and cycling from the property. The Rivers Towy and Cothi are renowned 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 Dinefwr Park, 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 - Tir Silyn is situated to the south east of the village of Llangadog which has it's own Primary school, places of Worship, Public house & eateries together with a variety of village shops. There is a rail link on the 'Heart of Wales' line. It is approximately 3 miles from the A. 40 providing access east to the Country Market town of Llandovery (approx 7 miles) which provides a good range of amenities and west to the Market town of Llandeilo (approx 7 miles). The county administrative town of Carmarthen is approximately 22 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 6 miles. At the Square & Compass roundabout take the third exit and follow the road to Llangadog village. Bare left at the village centre and after a short distance turn right signposted to Myddfai. Travel on this road for almost 1/2 mile then turn right. Follow this road for just over a mile and at the fork roads turn right. Travel on this road for just over 1/2 mile and the entrance will be found on the right hand side.

Viewing - By appointment with BJP

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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