Cilycwm, Llandovery, SA20
- Rare Commercial Opportunity
- House With Annexe
- Cottage And Barn Conversion
- Brimming With Character
- Stunning Countryside Location
- Ten Bedrooms
- Approximately Four Acres
- Further Land Available
- Central Heating
- Viewing Essential
Cwmcroiddur - Coom-Croy-Ther
Between the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains, in rural Carmarthenshire, lies this stunning property, comprising a four-bedroom farmhouse, a three- bedroom converted barn and a two-bedroom cottage, standing in approximately four acres. The house also has a one-bedroom annexe.
Cwmcroiddur, which translates as ‘valley of clear water’, lies within a mile of the picturesque village of Cilycwm. The village has a pub, within walking distance of the property ,and is approximately five miles from the bustling market town of Llandovery.
Llandovery is located approximately 24 miles from Brecon and 27 miles from the City of Swansea. The town is well served by numerous shops, pubs, restaurants etc. and has a railway station on the Heart of Wales line with services to Shrewsbury and Swansea.
The property is served by a number of state schools providing education through the medium of English and Welsh. Private schools include Llandovery College and Christ College, Brecon. The town and the surrounding area enjoy an abundance of sporting and recreational facilities including fishing, walking, mountain biking, rugby and cricket. The National Botanic Garden of Wales at Llanarthne, Llyn Brianne and the historic village of Rhandirmwyn are within easy driving distance.
There has been a dwelling on the site since the 17th century. The main house has been sympathetically restored and modernised over recent years and now offers a pleasing mix of traditional and contemporary accommodation. Opening onto three levels, Clear Water Barn is spacious and contemporary. Clear Water cottage is the oldest part of the property and is bright and cosy. Both are self-contained and have been used as successful holiday lets during recent years.
The land surrounds the property and includes a further outbuilding which could be converted (subject to consent). An additional plot of land with outbuildings is available for sale on application.
CWMCROIDDUR HOUSE GROUND FLOOR
Hallway 8'2" x 6'10" approx. Doors to: Dining Room 14'8" x 10'0" approx. Window to the front. Log burning stove. Access to Kitchen and door to:
Dining Room 14'8" x 10'0" Inglenook fireplace with log burning stove. Door to:
Lounge 20'9" x 14'8" approx. Staircase to first floor. Feature inglenook fireplace with log burning stove. Two windows to the front. Door to side.
Kitchen 31'4" x 9'2" Fitted with a range of eye and base units with worktops over. Sink unit with side drainer. Plumbing for washing machine. Original slate floor. Large feature inglenook fireplace fitted with a log burning stove. Door to outside.
FIRST FLOOR Landing with doors leading to:
Bedroom One 12'7"x 10'0" approx. Window to the front. Wash hand basin.
Bedroom Two 14'7" x 11'11" approx. Window to the front. Wash hand basin.
Bedroom Three 10'11" x 10'7" approx. Window to the rear. Wash hand basin.
Bedroom Four 14'7" x 10'0" max. approx. Fitted with a range of built in wardrobes and storage space. Window to the rear.
Shower Room fitted with a low flush W.C. Pedestal wash hand basin. Glazed shower enclosure.
Bathroom Comprising a panelled bath. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low flush W.C.
Kitchen 13'11" x 7'6" approx. Fitted with a range of units with worktop space over. Sink unit. Stairs to first floor:
Bedroom 15'5" x 14'5" approx. Window to the front. Velux window to rear.
Hallway 5'11" x 4'10" approx.
Bathroom 7'4" x 6'3" approx. Comprising a panelled bath. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low flush W.C.
Open Plan Living Area 22'7" x 16'5" approx. L shaped. Kitchen area with a range of units with worktop space over. Sink unit with side drainer. Lounge/ Dining area with widows to the front and side. Staircase to first floor.
Bedroom One 12'8" x 11'3" approx. Window to the front.
Bedroom Two 15'8" x 11'2" max. approx. Window to the front. Velux window to the rear.
Open Plan Living Area 29'5" x 15'11" approx. A stunning room with original exposed timber A frames and comprising:
Lounge area with log burning stove. Window to the front.
Kitchen/Diner with a range of units with worktop space over. Kitchen island with built in electric hob. Stairs to first floor. Doors to:
Bedroom One 10'5" x 9'10" approx. Built in storage space. Wash hand basin.
Bedroom Two 10'5" x 6'0" approx. Built in storage space. Wash hand basin.
Mezzanine floor 16'3" X 6'6" approx. Overlooking downstairs living area. Access to:
Bedroom Three 10'3" x 9'10" approx.
Bathroom Comprising panelled bath with shower over, Low flush W.C. Pedestal wash hand basin.
Cwmcroiddur is approached over a single track lane which leads to a parking area to the side of the main house. The garden area surrounding the house is made up predominately of lawn shaded by mature trees with beautifully maintained flower beds, shrubs and bounded by a stream.
To the side of the house a further outbuilding lends itself for conversion to provide additional accommodation (subject to the necessary consents being obtained).
The land included with Cwmcroiddur amounts to approximately four acres of level to gently sloping pasture and lies to the front of the property. Plans showing the boundaries are available when viewing.
The vendors also have an adjacent parcel of land with several outbuildings plus approximately 7.2 hectares of young broadleaf woodland (planted in 2014). These are available for sale by separate negotiation and can be viewed on request.
Services: We understand that the property is served by a private water supply and private drainage. Heating by means of solid fuel and oil. Mains electricity.
Council Tax Band: House E
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Cilycwm, Llandovery, SA20
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Cynghordy Station3.8 miles
- Llandovery Station3.8 miles
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