Gwynfe, Llangadog, Carmarthenshire
Gwarallt is a beautifully positioned spacious country house which has been renovated to a high standard by the present owner. Work on the property has only recently been completed creating a fine family sized home which includes four ensuite bedrooms( one at ground floor) a large open plan sitting room with opening to a wonderful kitchen/breakfast room which is a particular feature of this house. The bi-fold doors open onto the garden patio enjoying views of the Black Mountain Range. Set in approx. 12 acres of mostly pastureland the property would be ideal for those seeking a new lifestyle with livestock or ponies. Just a short distance away is the Black Mountain range with its wonderful open landscape and rugged valley’s, attracting an array of wildlife including red kites, which can be often seen around the property.
Gwarallt is situated approximately 1 mile from the rural settlement of Gwynfe which has its own village hall and a place of worship; approximately 4 miles from Llangadog providing a good range of shopping facilities together with primary school and rail link on the Heart of Wales line. The market towns of Llandeilo and Llandovery are approximately 10 and 11 miles respectively, offering a more comprehensive choice of facilities whilst the administrative county town of Carmarthen is approximately 25 miles. The M4 motorway can be joined at Pontaberham providing excellent access into South Wales. The property is located within the Brecon Beacons National Park an area renowned for its wonderful scenery and beautiful landscapes. Brecon is situated approximately 45 minutes away, an area popular with tourists for the local Mountain Ranges and the Monmouth to Brecon Canal.
From the Indian slab entrance path a door opens into a grand hallway with attractive wooden staircase which leads to a galleried first floor landing. To the rear of the hallway are bi-fold doors which open onto a wonderful sun trap area with views out to the distant hills. A useful utility room provides much needed space to use as a boot room, washing room and general storage, whilst a little further beyond an opening into a large wonderfully proportioned sitting room with exposed ceiling timbers, large feature recessed stone fireplace including a fitted wood burning stove and bread oven. A set of bi-fold doors opens onto the garden patio where the views are absolutely stunning onto the local mountain range. A large opening provides access into a fantastic kitchen with high level timbered ceiling, a range of modern fitted floor and wall units including cupboard and drawer space, built-in fridge/freezer and dishwasher, including a central island; cooking range with (truncated)
Off the main entrance hall is a W.C closet with wash basin and W.C; a cloaks cupboard and ground floor bedroom ideal for guests which include a large walk-in wardrobe and ensuite shower room with shower cubicle, wash hand basin with cupboard under and low level W.C.
The impressive first floor galleried landing has a window which enjoys spectacular views, attractive metal balustrading, Cathedral style ceiling, and a further staircase leads to the 5th bedroom/ Studio. The master bedroom lies to one end, a large double room with wooden panelling, large walk-in wardrobe and ensuite shower room which comprises fully tiled shower cubicle, concealed W.C and vanity wash basin. There are two further bedrooms on this floor, both double rooms with wonderful rural views and ensuite shower rooms with modern facilities. The second floor bedroom/ Studio could equally be used as an office having two gable end windows from where there are stunning views overlooking the local Carmarthenshire countryside.
Alongside and attached to the house, is a former cowshed which has been partially improved to provide an excellent level of storage or potential workshop with first floor storage space providing scope for a variety of uses subject to a buyer’s needs and the necessary consents.
This wonderful property stands in about 12 acres of mostly pasture. The land is divided into two main enclosures laid to permeant pasture with well fenced boundaries ideal for the keeping of livestock or horses. Immediately adjacent to the house are the lovely garden areas with large paved seating area, lawns and a wild flower meadow. There is a useful garage measuring 10m x 4.8m ideal for vehicles or workshop.
Part of the entrance road is owned by the neighbouring landowner over which is a right of access.
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Gwynfe, Llangadog, Carmarthenshire
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Llangadog Station4.1 miles
- Llanwrda Station5.2 miles
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