A spacious detached three bedroom bungalow set in approx. 7.4 acres of pasture and woodland with useful outbuildings in a lovely rural setting with views across the Towy Valley.
The bungalow is understood to have built in 1964 with a rear extension and loft conversion added subsequently. The present owners bought the property in 2002 and have enjoyed keeping a number of livestock including sheep and donkeys as well as making the most of the productive vegetable garden.
Although the property is set adjacent to a small country lane it has a very private secluded feel with no immediate near neighbours. The house and land have a predominantly south facing aspect and the beautiful views over the Towy Valley stretch towards the rugged hills and Black Mountain in the far distance.
The nearby small village of Cwmifor has two churches whilst Llangadog has a village shop. The market town of Llandeilo provides a good range of day to day amenities and further afield more comprehensive ranges of shops and facilities are provided by Carmarthen and Swansea.
Price Guide £357,500 Ref: EO5889
A detached bungalow understood to have been built in 1964 with later additions and extensions. There is oil fired central heating and double glazing throughout the accommodation which is as follows with approx. sizes:
Conservatory 13’11 x 10’11 (about 4.2m x 3.3m) double external doors to the garden
Sitting Room 20’7 x 15’3 (about 6.3m x 4.6m) L shaped, two side windows, open to:
Dining Room 11’5 x 8’10 (about 3.4m x 2.7m) side and rear windows
Kitchen / Breakfast Room 22’ x 11’1 (about 6.7m x 3.3m) rear window, built-in range of base and eye level timber fronted units with worksurfaces incorporating Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine, cupboard housing oil fired boiler, LPG cooker point, log burner, slate floor
Rear Hall external half glazed door
Bedroom 18’6 x 10’4 (about 5.7m x 3.1m) two side windows, large walk-in wardrobe
En Suite Shower Room 8’3 x 6’10 (about 2.5m x 2.1m) rear window, cubicle with electric shower, WC, wash hand basin
Study Area 11’8 x 9’11 (about 3.5m x 3m) side window, stairs to first floor
Bedroom 11’4 x 9’9 (about 3.4m x 3m) front window
Bathroom 9’8 x 6’11 (about 2.9m x 2.1m) panelled bath with electric shower over, WC, wash hand basin, airing cupboard housing lagged hot water tank
From the study area, stairs lead to:
Loft Bedroom 25’3 x 14’3 (about 7.7m x 4.4m) converted in 2003 with three windows
Price Guide £357,500Ref: EO5889
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND
The property is approached off a small country lane. A front drive has parking space for a number of vehicles and is flanked by beautiful gardens with lawns, flowering shrubs, specimen conifers and fruit trees.
To the rear is a raised paved patio leading on to a productive vegetable garden, soft fruit beds and a greenhouse.
Adjacent to the bungalow is a useful
Garage / Workshop block walls with a concrete base, light, power and water supplies incorporating:
Garage c.17’4 x 17’ (about 5.2m x 5.2m)
Workshop c.18’4 x 17’ (about 5.6m x 5.2m)
The rest of the outbuildings lie beyond the vegetable garden and include:
Barn c.19’9 x 16’ (about 6m x 4.9m) timber framed with GI cladding and adjoining
Lean To c.19’9 x 9’6 (about 6m x 2.9m)
Further Lean To c.29’ x 11’6 (about 8.8m x 3.5m) with outside tap
Three Pony Boxes and Old Hay Barn in need of refurbishment.
The adjoining pasture paddock is extremely productive and is enclosed by a mix of stock fencing and post and rail fencing. It is very gently sloping with a south-east facing aspect.
The remainder of the land is mature deciduous woodland through which the vendors have cleared several paths ideal for dog walking and enjoying the abundant wildlife.
IN ALL APPROX. 7.4 ACRES
(About 3 Hectares)
Price Guide £357,500Ref: EO5889
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