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Pencader, Carmarthenshire, SA39

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Brynamlwg is a unique equestrian 4-bedroom 3-bathroom country property with 33 acres, exciting holiday business development potential coupled with stunning views in an idyllic West Wales location.

Originally a derelict Dairy Farm this wonderful property has been totally rebuilt into a state of the art four-bedroom 3-bathroom Energy Rated “A” home built with SIPS (structurally insulated panels) which makes buildings and homes highly energy efficient.

The homestead occupies 33 acres of paddocks and gardens and is ideal for equestrian pursuits with the property boasting a large equestrian barn, which internally offers five stables and a superb additional storage barn.

The home also has planning permission for six luxury holiday lodges with Jacuzzi’s in the gardens and grounds, representing a fantastic opportunity for a new owner to develop a business, on site and from home almost instantly.

This property offers state of the art construction methods (EPC Rated A) with air source heating, underfloor heating to the ground floor, Double glazed windows with views, and with the high ceilings gives Brynamlwg a roomy feel.

Undoubtedly one of the main highlights is the magnificent 50-foot living / kitchen/ dining room which is triple aspect, with full height ceilings and divided by a wonderful fireplace, this room also accesses the 2 patios at the front and rear of the house effortlessly.

A spacious open plan feel permeates the property, and there are three good sized first floor bedrooms (one with Ensuite) and a ground floor master bedroom, also with Ensuite shower – all of these bedrooms offer exceptional views of the rolling countryside and grounds.
Properties of this quality rarely come on the market, and we urge client’s fullest attention to arrange an appointment with Fine and Country as soon as possible.

Occupying an exceptionally idyllic location in the glorious Carmarthenshire
countryside is Brynamlwg, a stunning four-bedroom family home, beautifully
designed and built by the current owner, which boasts thirty-three and a half acres of land
and superb equestrian facilities. “The property began life as an old dairy farm, but when I
happened upon it, it had been derelict for around twenty-five years so it was all in a very
sorry state, but I could see that it had an absolute wealth of potential,” says Vanessa. “I’d
been looking for a new home, somewhere that would offer me a sense of seclusion from the
everyday hustle and bustle of life. I didn’t want to feel isolated, but I did want it to be a place
where I could enjoy utter peace and privacy, and I’ve definitely found that at Brynamlwg.”
“The original building was in such a bad state that it had to be demolished, but in its place
I’ve built this stunning house, the external design of which fits beautifully within these rural
surroundings. However, internally it has all the benefits of a very stylish modern home and it’s
also extremely energy efficient as it’s a SIP house – built using Structurally Insulated Panels
– so I have the advantage of reduced heating costs. I’ve also had solar panels installed as
well as an Air Source heat pump so it’s definitely future proofed. Inside light and space is
a theme that flows throughout as the layout centres around a huge open-plan kitchen,
dining and living space, and the building has been designed to take full advantage of this
wonderfully picturesque setting, so there’s a tremendous amount of glazing, particularly along
the back elevation. It’s everything I hoped it would be and more, and I’m going to be very sad
to leave.”
“The house sits in well over thirty three acres of land, and as well as a lovely big garden
where I can sit and enjoy the spectacular countryside views, I also have a number of large
fields and a huge barn with stables, so it’s an ideal equestrian property. I relish the sense of
seclusion and the fact I can wander out across my land and not see another soul, however
I can also hop in the car and be in the centre of the beautiful town of Carmarthen in just
fifteen minutes so I get to enjoy the best of both worlds.”
“The main living area is a huge open-plan kitchen-and-dining space that flows seamlessly
into a large sitting area, which is tucked behind a double-sided fireplace, giving a sense of
separation. It’s a very sociable space, but it’s also a lovely place to settle down in at the end
of a long day, preferably next to a roaring fire.”
“The house has lots of large windows, some of which are floor to ceiling, so the building feels
very connected with the land. I also had French and bi-folding doors installed in the openplan
space so when the sun is shining I can create an almost seamless connection between
inside and out.”*

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Pencader, Carmarthenshire, SA39

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