- Semi detached 3 bed house
- 2 Living Rooms
- Mains gas central heating
- Upvc double glazing
- Good order throughout
- Very sought after cul de sac
- Single garage / workshop
- Approx 85' long garden
- An ideal family home
- 5 Mins from town centre
Property SummaryA traditional charming SEMI DETACHED BAY FRONTED 3 BED family HOUSE in very good order throughout with GOOD TOWN VIEWS and several original features. The property is believed to have been built in the late 1930s and is now part of an established VERY SOUGHT AFTER CUL DE SAC within a couple of minutes drive of the town centre. The well presented property (which benefits from mains gas central heating and upvc double glazing) comprises: 2 LIVING ROOMS, A KITCHEN, 3 BEDROOMS (2 DOUBLES) a BATHROOM and an ATTIC ROOM. Outside, there is a SINGLE GARAGE / WORKSHOP, an UTILITY ROOM, a GOOD SIZED LAWNED GARDEN and an OUTSIDE TOILET. No onward chain. Highly recommended.
LOCATION & DIRECTIONS
Very conveniently but peacefully set at OS Grid Ref SN 414 210 on a very sought after private cul de sac on the northern edge of Carmarthen and approx half a mile from the town centre. The county town offers a fantastic range of amenities including a mainline train station, regional hospital, university, 2 secondary schools, numerous large supermarkets, multi-screen cinema, new shopping centre etc. From the town centre, proceed up Waterloo Terrace and turn right into Wellfield Road. After approx 300 yds, turn left in Springfield Road and continue for approx 400 yds to where the road turns sharp right. On this bend, the entrance to Heol Y Delyn is on the left and No 5 will be seen on the left - identified by an Evans Bros "For Sale" board.
We understand the property was built in the late 1930s of brick cavity walls with elevations rendered and painted under a pitched slated roof, to provide the following very well kept accommodation. SPACIOUS FRONT ENTRANCE HALLWAY with a staircase to the first floor, half glazed upvc door to the front, understairs cupboard to side and door off to the
BAY FRONTED LIVING ROOM (3.83 x 3.43 max to bay)
Having a coal effect gas fire in a polished stone surround with a matching stone hearth and picture rail to all 4 elevations.
REAR DINING ROOM (4.03 x 3.6)
With a feature upvc sliding patio door leading directly to the rear patio and garden and picture rails. Opening through to the
KITCHEN (2.9 x 2.38)
Beautifully fitted with a feature red quarry tiled floor, a good range of modern base units incorporating a twin bowl ceramic sink, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, varnished wood worktops, an electric fan oven and a 4 ring gas hob. Part tiled walls and matching eye level units. WALK IN PANTRY to the side with a red quarry tiled floor and big enough to to take an upright fridge / freezer. Half glazed upvc door to the side
Having a good sized LANDING with a loft access to the ATTIC ROOM - accessed via a pull down loft ladder.Door off to the
REAR DOUBLE BEDROOM 1 (3.69 x 3.62)
With a bow window to the rear overlooking the patio, garden and town. Picture rails to all 4 elevations.
FRONT DOUBLE BEDROOM 2 (3.5 x 3.5 max)
With a picture window to the front.
FRONT SINGLE BEDROOM 3 (2.37 x 2.24)
Having a laminate floor.
BATHROOM (2.18 x 2.16 max)
With a modern 3 piece bathroom suite comprising a low level WC, a panelled bath and pedestal washbasin. Fitted airing cupboard to side with an insulated hot water tank with an immersion heater.
ATTIC ROOM (4.67 x 4.4)
An attractive room with a boarded floor and a large Velux roof light to the rear. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS ROOM IS AN INFORMAL STORE / HOBBY ROOM (ACCESSED VIA THE PULL-DOWN LADDER ABOVE THE LANDING) AND DOES NOT BUILDING REGULATION APPROVAL FOR USE AS A BEDROOM.
To the front of the dwelling there is a concreted walled forecourt, while to the side there is a tarmac drive / hard-standing leading to the brick built 225 sq ft SINGLE GARAGE / WORKSHOP (19' x 12' approx) with power connected. To the side of the garage, there is a good sized paved patio area (with direct access to the dining room) and steps leading down to the rectangular shaped enclosed LAWNED GARDEN (approx 85' long) and the GLASSHOUSE. Next to the patio area there is a working OUTSIDE toilet and UTILITY ROOM (converted from the old coal store) and now housing the Ideal Mexico gas fired boiler (which we understand was new in 2007) for both the central heating and the domestic hot water.
Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas. Full mains gas central heating (2005). Full upvc double glazing - which we understand from the owner was fitted in 2007.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS PLAN IS FOR IDENTIFICATION PURPOSES ONLY.