Llansadwrn CARMARTHENSHIRE

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A Delightful Three Bedroom Cottage in a Tranquil yet Accessible Location

Gorgeous Cottage Garden and Five Adjoining Paddocks encompassing the property, giving approx. Thirteen Acres In All

Two Traditional Barns (with recently lapsed Residential Planning for Two Dwellings – This is currently being reinstated)

A very attractive and well-presented three bedroom cottage, set in approx. thirteen acres with two traditional barns with scope for residential conversion, a multipurpose barn c. 60’ x 30’, five paddocks and gardens.

The house is believed to date back to the 19th century and has been comprehensively refurbished in recent years. Planning Permission was granted on 16th October 2017 (Application No E\35833) for residential conversion of the two barns, into one 2 bedroom and one 3 bedroom dwellings. Copies of the plans are available on the Carmarthenshire County Council website, or from the agents. (Please note the Planning Permission lapsed as of 16th October 2019, but the vendors are currently applying to have it reinstated).

The property lies about 1.5 miles from the A40 in a very peaceful secluded location surrounded by beautiful undulating countryside. There are no immediate near neighbours and it is ideally suited as a private equestrian or smallholding property. There is an area of flat land ideal for the installation of a manege, subject to the usual planning requirements.

The popular village of Llangadog is about three miles offering a village shop, Post Office, junior school and three pubs. The market towns of Llandeilo and Llandovery are equidistant at approx. 7 miles, whilst the main marketing and administrative centre of Carmarthen is about 22 miles to the west

Price Guide £700,000 Ref: EO5117

THE COTTAGE

With oil fired central heating the accommodation in brief is as follows; please refer to the floorplan for room sizes.

There are three entrance doors, one to the kitchen, one to the rear and one to the side of the house which leads into a very useful Utility / Boot Room, housing an oil fired boiler, plumbing for a washing machine and adjoins a WC / Cloakroom.

The Farmhouse Kitchen is fitted with a range of bespoke oak fronted units with brick pillars and a Belfast sink. There is a traditional half stable door which leads onto a patio, having the benefit of all day sunshine. The kitchen leads onto the dining area with exposed stone walls and an oil fired Rayburn is set into the old fireplace.

Also on the ground floor is a large Sitting Room with a log burner, traditional flagstone floor, and understairs storage cupboard.

To the first floor is a split landing leading to Three Good Sized Bedrooms, a Family Bathroom and a storage / airing cupboard.

Price Guide £700,000Ref: EO5117

OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND

The property is approached from a country lane, directly into the private gravelled yard. There is an enclosed front garden bordered with post and rail fencing with a paved seating area and further larger lawns to the rear.

The Two Traditional Barns are currently used for storage, they border the yard which can be adapted to segregate if wished once the conversions are complete.

In addition there is an excellent Multipurpose Barn c. 60’ x 30’ (about 18.4m x 9.2m).

The Land is divided into five paddocks and encompasses the property, all level to gently sloping. They are ideal for grazing livestock or horses. About three acres of the land has areas of scrub and native woodland , this too is suitable for grazing horses and sheep.

IN ALL APPROX. 13 ACRES  (About 5.2 Hectares)

Price Guide £700,000Ref: EO5117