5 bedroom smallholding for sale

Llansteffan, Carmarthen

Guide Price £1,500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 80 Acre Residential Holding In Spectacular Location
  • 5 Bedroom Farmhouse & 2 Bedroom Lodge With Estuary Views
  • Superb Location In South West Wales
  • EPC 44

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A superb and versatile 80 acre residential holding in a picturesque location overlooking the Taf estuary in a beautiful part of the Carmarthenshire coastline. A traditional large 5 Bedroom Farmhouse which has been tastefully modernised and looked after and offering good sized family accommodation. Also in a similar condition is a 2 bedroom lodge suitable for family overspill or holiday let or similar, both looking out onto the Taf estuary. The land being superb red stand stone capable of good growing quantities it's also surrounded by a lot of the moorland which is mostly owned by the National Trust in the area. A private location with only two near neighbours. Viewing is most definitely recommended to fully appreciate what the property has to offer and to take in the splendid location on offer.

Location - Situated between the two popular villages of Llanybri and Llansteffan which is well known for its picturesque castle looking down over Carmarthen bay estuary where three rivers meet including the Taf ,Tywi & Gwendraeth. The village itself offers shop, public houses, eateries and junior school and small unspoilt beach. Llanybri, a little further inland looks down over the Taf estuary with public house and junior school. The larger town of Carmarthen is 10 miles approximately having both local, traditional and national retailers, junior and secondary schools, bus and rail station and M4 dual carriageway connection is available in Carmarthen. The M4 itself which starts at Pont Abraham is 15 miles approximately from Carmarthen. Other places of interest within the area include the National Botanical Gardens of Wales, Aberglasney Gardens, various golf courses including Machynys, Ashburnham and Carmarthen golf club. Ffos Las horse racing course, the first course to have been given licence for 80 years opened approximately 10 years ago, is 25 miles approximately. The peaceful location itself which is a haven for wildlife with a lot of the land within the area of Mwche being owned by the National Trust. Across the estuary is the well known township of Laugharne and looking directly at Dylan Thomas's boat house and writing shed.

The Farmhouse - A spacious 5 bedroom property dating back to the 1800s, traditionally styled but now having the contemporary twist of a modernised interior with the main entrance at the front looking out across the estuary with some superb views. The property has double glazing, oil fired central heating system, wood burners, wooden floors, gardens surround the property including lawned areas. Lovely farmhouse, open plan kitchen and dining area, contemporary bath and shower rooms, boot room, utility room, superb games and TV room are only some of the features within the property.

Front Entrance Hall - Entered via double glazed door with window panels to side, oak style flooring, triple aspect windows with views to fore, leading through to;

Library - Features include oak floor, wall mounted living flame fire, serving hatch through to the kitchen.

Sitting Room - Large picture window with quarry tile sill and providing stunning views, multi fuel stove inset on a stone hearth with slate plinth and mantle, oak floor, half glazed door to inner hallway.

Kitchen/Dining Room - An open plan party room with superb farmhouse kitchen, fitted with a range of base units with gleaming granite worktop over and matching wall units and includes pot drawers, double bowl stainless steel sink unit with swan neck tap, integrated Kenwood dishwasher, electric oven and separate grill plus Hotpoint drawer style refrigerator, central island housing the Neff 5 burner hob (bottle gas) with glass and stainless steel extractor fan over with additional cupboards beneath granite surface, inset ceiling spotlights, large tile Travertine floor, double aspect including a picture window with some superb views to the front, large oak beam adds character, Rayburn solid fuel cooking range (not currently in use).

Utility Room - Slate tiled floor, tongue and groove walls to dado, range of upper and lower cupboards, Belfast double sink with swan neck tap, under counter space for washing machine and tumble dryer, space for large fridge and freezer, side window, quarry tiled sill, full length storage cupboard which also houses the Grant oil fired boiler servicing the domestic hot water and central heating system, door to;

Boot Room - Half glazed rear entrance stable style door. This room provides a suitable area to leave muddy boots, bulky outerwear and dry off damp dogs. Stainless steel sink with single drainer and tiled splash back, 2 strip lights, Velux roof window, slate tiled floor, electric radiator, handy wall rial with hooks, period part glazed door to;

Understairs Wc - WC, quarry tile floor, wash hand basin with mixer tap, vanity unit and mirror above.

Games Room - Currently utilised as a superb games room, cinema room or equally suitable as an office/study. Two Velux windows, 2 contemporary ceiling lights, 3 picture lamps and 2 modern stainless steel radiators.

First Floor Landing (L Shaped) - Floor to ceiling storage cupboards providing linen storage, 3 windows with ample natural light, lovely countryside views, loft access, doors to;

Bedroom 1 - A good sized double bedroom, carpet, central light as well as lovely views.

Shower Room - Recently refurbished with an attractive contemporary suite comprising of WC with concealed cistern, range of cupboards with inset hand basin and mixer tap along with a mirrored cupboard with light above, easy clean wall panels, super sized shower with glass screen, inset ceiling lights, extractor fan, chrome ladder style towel radiator, frosted window.

Bathroom - Practical, easy clean wall panels, luxury deep bath with shower over and glass screen, vanity unit with square hand basin and mixer tap, mirror cupboard with light, inset ceiling lights, extractor fan, chrome ladder style towel radiator, WC, frosted window.

Bedroom 2 - Large single room, presently accommodating bunks with pleasing countryside views from the side window, pine floor.

Bedroom 3 - Carpeted double bedroom, stunning estuary views from the large picture window.

Bedroom 4 - Spacious, carpeted double bedroom with triple window overlooking the paddocks, estuary and expansive countryside beyond, large built-in wardrobe with double doors providing hanging and shelf space.

Master Bedroom 5 - Large, master bedroom with panoramic views from the large picture window, feature pine wooden floor, centre pendant light plus wall lamps and walk-in wardrobe, access to;

En-Suite Shower Room - Tiled floor and walls with ceramic design detail, corner shower with Monsoon head and folding glass door, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, mirror cupboard, WC, chrome ladder style towel radiator.

Outbuildings - Former PIGGERY, COACH HOUSE which is an attractive building with multi use potential and currently housing a purpose built dog kennel, gated exit with hard standing area to the lane at the rear of the property.

The Lodge - Having been tastefully upgraded by its present owners, now offering lovely 2 bedroom property with open plan sitting, dining and kitchen area with some superb and spectacular views to fore. A private front garden with gravelled driveway, parking and forecourt.

Hallway - Entered via glazed panel door provides access to the central hallway, oak flooring, spotlights, this leads to shower room, bedroom and main living area.

Shower Room - Tiled floor, frosted pattern window, large shower unit with mains rainfall head and sliding glass doors, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and mirrored cupboard with light above, inset ceiling lights, WC, chrome ladder style towel radiator.

Kitchen/Diner/Sitting Room - A lovely open plan area with multi fuel stove to enjoy those cosy evenings, a range of L shaped base units with worktop over and matching wall units including display cabinets, oak finished work surfaces, stainless steel sink, integrated Bosch slimline dishwasher, electric oven and hob with stainless steel back splash plus a lighted stainless and glass extractor, a large window gives some superb views to fore.

Utility Room - Matching upper and lower cupboards with additional storage and wooden work surfaces, 1½ bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, double glazed window to fore with some superb views, space and plumbing for either washing machine or dishwasher, inset ceiling light, half glazed stable entrance doorway, large cupboard incorporating a storage space for items and also houses the hot water tank, door to;

Shower Room - WC, shower cubicle, easily accessible from the side entrance doorway.

Bedroom 1 - A generous double sized bedroom with stunning estuary views, oak floor, centre pendant light.

Bedroom 2 - Large double sized bedroom with wonderful estuary views, oak flooring, centre pendant light.

Land - The 80 acres of land is in one block adjoining the property, mostly red sandstone soil and capable of good cropping quantities. Divided into conveniently sized paddocks with mature hedges. Situated to the front and side of the main In recent years the owners have rented out the land.

Services - We are informed by the sellers that the property is serviced via a spring water borehole with independent UV filters to both properties. Private drainage, mains electricity, bottle gas and oil fired central heating system.

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Nearest stations

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  • Kidwelly (5.3 mi)
  • Carmarthen (6.9 mi)
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01267 307007 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Ferryside (2.1 mi)
  • Kidwelly (5.3 mi)
  • Carmarthen (6.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

John Francis, Carmarthen

18 Lammas Street, Carmarthen, SA31 3AJ

01267 307007 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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