- IMPRESSIVE 12.6 ACRE HOLDING
- Detached 2 Bed extended cottage
- Very good order throughout.
- LPG Central Heating
- Full UPVC Double Glazing
- Good range of Outbuildings
- 940 sq ft steel framed workshop
- Clear annexe potential
- Clean good quality grazing
- 3 miles from a village shop
Property SummaryA peacefully set 12.6 ACRE holding in a rural location near Blaenwaun, and within 8 miles of Whitland. The original stone cottage has been extended in more recent times and currently includes: an OPEN PLAN LIVING ROOM (previously 2 rooms) a FITTED KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM, a SHOWER ROOM and 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS. Full LPG CENTRAL HEATING. Full DOUBLE GLAZING. Given the layout, there is ANNEXE POTENTIAL if needed – subject to consent. The excellent range of outbuildings include a 940 sq ft STEEL FRAMED WORKSHOP, STABLES etc while the land is very good quality (part gently sloping) clean grazing in 4 enclosures. Ideal for someone looking for a quiet property in good order with land – yet within 3 miles of a village shop etc.
LOCATION & DIRECTIONS
Beautifully and peacefully set at OS Grid Ref SN 214 271 in a slightly set back position adjacent to an unclassified council maintained road approx 1.5 miles from the hamlet of Blaenwaun. The nearest village facilities ie a primary school, Post Office / village stores are at Llanboidy which is just 3 miles away - 10 minutes by car. Whitland is approx eight and a half miles away, while the county town of Carmarthen is 19 miles (27 minutes by car) partly along the A40 and offers a fantastic range of amenities including a mainline train station, regional hospital, 3 supermarkets, Leisure Centre, multi-screen cinema, etc. From Carmarthen take the A40 west as if heading towards Haverfordwest. After approx 3 miles, turn right onto the B4298 to the village of Meidrim - approx 4 miles. In the village centre, cross the bridge and take the middle road - signposted "Llanboidy". Proceed for approx 2 miles and at the cross roads turn right - signposted "Tegryn". After approx 4 miles take the 2nd road on the left AFTER the Lamb Inn - signposted "Llanglydwen". Continue for approx one and a half miles, and the property will be seen on the left just after the small crossroads - identified by an Evans Bros "For Sale" board.
We assume the property is built of part traditional solid stone and part block cavity walls under a pitched slated roof top provide the following recently refurbished and character accommodation.
OPEN PLAN LIVING ROOM (7.4 x 3.9)
With an upvc door to the front, staircase to the first floor, a feature open fireplace, smooth rendered ceiling and a door off to the
OPEN PLAN KITCHEN / DINING ROOM (6.5 x 3.5)
Fitted with a good range of kitchen units including a twin bowl acrylic sink, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, ample formica type worktops. A prominent Rangemaster cooking range inc 2 ovens, 4 electric hobs, ceiling mounted spotlights, a 4 ring hob and upvc French doors to the rear. Door off to the REAR LOBBY 2.3m x 1.3m with a tiled floor and a door to the
GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM (2 x 2)
Having a slate effect tyled floor, fully tiled walls and fitted with a modern white coloured 3 piece bathroom suite comprising a corner shower cubicle, low level WC and pedestal washbasin. ceiling spotlights and an useful large recessed storage cupboard.
LANDING (ceiling height 6ft 2". With a door off to the boarded FULL LENGTH EAVES STORAGE SPACE and a door off to
DOUBLE BEDROOM 1 (3.9 x 3.5 max)
With a built in cupboard to the side housing a Worcester combi boiler for both the central heating and domestic hot water. Ceiling height 6ft 2".
DOUBLE BEDROOM 2 (3.2 x 2.9)
Having a window to the front and a built in wardrobe to the side. Ceiling height 6ft 2".
We estimate that the whole smallholding extends to approx 12.6 acres and comprises 4 clean enclosures. as per the attached boundary plan. Around the homestead, there are a couple of lawns and a hardstanding area next to the buildings.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage to a cesspit - we are informed the cesspit has been registered with Natural Resources Wales. We understand there is also a private water supply for stock. Full upvc double glazing. Full LPG central heating.
Band D. The Council Tax for the Financial Year 2017 / 2018 is £1,435 which equates to just under £120 per month.
The buildings are all conveniently set adjacent to the farmhouse and comprise a attached STONE OUTHOUSE - currently used for storage but ideally suited to extend into to provide extra living accommodation if needed - subject to consent. Across the small yard there is a STEEL FRAMED WORKSHOP 40' x 23'6"externally with a workbench and electricity connected. Adjoining this building there is a 40' x 14'6" LEAN TO - CURRENTLY SPLIT INTO 3 STABLES. Next to the entrance there is an approx 228 sq ft timber framed zinc clad GARAGE and an approx 223 sq ft LEAN TO.
Please note that this plan is provided for identification purposes only.