2 bedroom cottage for sale

22 Bridge Street, Llandeilo, SA19

Sold STC £240,000

Property Description

Key features

  • *** Historic 19th Century Gate House Lodge
  • *** Attractive and well positioned period cottage
  • *** Attractive elevations and spacious accomodation
  • *** Private and picturesque locality on the edge of town
  • *** Walking distance to Dinefwr Castle and Llandelio Town Centre
  • *** Charismatic and sumpathetically renovated accomodation
  • ***EPC rating E***

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A 2/3 bedroom former gate house lodge to the Dinefwr Estate on the outskirts of the historic market town of Llandeilo.

This property with it's attractive elevations and elevated position over the Towy River provides a very rare opportunity to purchase a piece of history. South Lodge has been extensively renovated to provide historically sympathetic accommodation and period features.

The private and quiet position provides far reaching views down the valley toward the Dinefwr Castle. Outdoor pursuits in the area are a many and local amenities include bars, restaurants, public houses, banks, cafes, shops, supermarket, high street retailers and independent businesses.

Llandeilo is located on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons and the infamous Black Mountain. The town is 12 miles from Llandovery, 33 miles to Brecon, 16 miles to Carmarthen, 8.6 miles to Cross Hands and links to the M4 mortorway.



The property benefits from Mains Electricity, Mains Water, Mains Drainage and Mains Gas with Gas fired central heating. Telephone line subject to BT and Openreach connection and use regulations. The property has sash windows throughout.




Approach 
The property is approached from Bridge Street on the South Side of Llandeilo with access down the hill towards the 15th Century Dinefwr Park and it's public access. The property sits on the bottom of the hill in a peaceful and picturesque position.

Ground Floor 

Front Entrance Porch 
2.308m x 1.959m (7' 7" x 6' 5") The property is accessed via slate and stone steps to the front entrance door from the front patio area. The Front door opens to the front entrance porch which has a quarry tiled floor, triple aspect, stained glass windows and the South Lodge name within. A vaulted ceiling and historically styled timber window frame adds to the sense of history and charisma. An inner half glazed door opens to the

Living Reception Room 
3.813m x 3.769m (12' 6" x 12' 4") + Bay Window 2.381m x 1.069m (7' 10" x 3' 6") MAX, Sash windows and large bay window gives excellent views of the landscape, classical radiators, open Victorian style fireplace with sunk tile hearth and mantle piece, tri-colour quarry tile floor, covings and picture rail, recessed corner cupboard space, door to

Dining Room / Bedroom 3 
4.054m x 3.628m (13' 4" x 11' 11") Timber raised floor board, Victorian styled fire place with mantle piece on quarry tile hearth, recessed shelving and storage, 2 x classical style radiators, sash windows, covings and picture rails.

Kitchen 
3.618m x 2.857m (11' 10" x 9' 4") Quarry tile floor, with kitchen units with unpolished finish granite worktops, integrated Belfast sink with twin chrome taps, coved archway with quintessential Victorian finish, Inset Rangemaster powered by gas and electricity and of high energy efficiency, Inset shelving and racks, washing machine connection and side entrance door.

Inner Hall 
Door to pantry and under stairs cupboard, quarry tile floor, stairs to 1st floor and door to

Ground Floor Cloakroom 
2.893m x 1.427m (9' 6" x 4' 8") Quarry tile floor, external door to side of property, W.C with pull chain flush, pedestal wash hand basin, window to rear and Velux window.

1st Floor 

Landing 
Airing Cupboard, step to upper landing area, Loft hatch x 2, door to

Master Bedroom 1 
3.8m x 3.691m (12' 6" x 12' 1") Open fire place with quarry tile hearth, sash window to side of property, classical radiator, exposed beams, 2 x corner storage cupboards.

Bedroom 2 
4.047m x 3.790m (13' 3" x 12' 5") Open fire place with quarry tile hearth, sash window to side of property, classical radiator, exposed beams, 2 x corner storage cupboards.

Bathroom 
3.755m x 3.403m (12' 4" x 11' 2") Roll top cast iron bath with chrome shower head over with oval curtain rail above, pedestal wash hand basin, w.c. with pull chain flush, dual aspect, heated towel rail, part exposed a frames and Velux window.

Externally 

Front Patio 
The area is covered with flag stone and provides excellent external seating for sunny days and summer nights. A romantic position and south facing aspect provides the 'get away from it all' x factor.

Side Garden and Courtyard 
A cobbled and flag stone side courtyard with access to kitchen and rear of the property. A sloping garden area also has potential to provide a terraced garden area.

Aspect 

The Lodge House 

Rear Walkthrough 
A timber constructed woodshed and storage hold has been built at the rear providing excellent space.

History of Dinefwr Park 
A brief summary of the Dinefwr park, of which the South Lodge was a part can be found here:- https://llandeilo.org/nt_summary.html

Dinefwr Park is a remarkable property of exceptional significance for its archaeology, history, designed landscape, ecology, geology and buildings. Within the park are two Roman forts; a medieval castle linked to an illustrious phase of Welsh history; two medieval towns; the best example of ancient wood pasture in Wales; rare assemblages of lichens and insects; dead-wood fauna; a deer park; a designed landscape associated with ‘Capability' Brown; an 18th century farm complex; a church; a mansion and a herd of White Park Cattle.

Easements and Rights of Way 
There is a public right of way to the fore of the property accessing the Dinefwr Park, perfect for countryside walks and dog walking.

Conservation Area 
Please note that the property is located in a Conservation Area.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 April 2018

Nearest stations

  • Llandeilo (0.5 mi)
  • Ffairfach (0.6 mi)
  • Llandybie (4.1 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Llandeilo (0.5 mi)
  • Ffairfach (0.6 mi)
  • Llandybie (4.1 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Morgan & Davies, Lampeter

12 Harford Square, Lampeter, SA48 7DT

01570 644002 Local call rate

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