The house is thought to date back to 1899 (inscribed on a roof timber) and the adjacent character barn conversion Ysgubor Isaf was converted as an annexe / holiday let in around 2000. The properties have been used as a spacious family home with room for extended family, friends and guests. It is perfect for those desiring a home in the countryside together with additional accommodation for family or for income generating potential.
The property lies about 4 miles from the village of Brechfa whilst a range of local shops and amenities are provided in Llanybydder. The university town of Lampeter and the main marketing centre of Carmarthen are both within easy reach.
Price Guide £775,000 Ref: EO6678
THE MAIN HOUSE
The accommodation in brief is as follows; please refer to the floor plan for approx. room sizes
The Front Entrance leads into a Vestibule with double, part stained glass leaded doors, opening to the welcoming Reception Hall with impressive mosaic tiled floor and dado rail. Doors lead off the hall to the principle reception rooms.
On the left is a Sitting Room with a dressed stone fireplace, picture rail and corniced ceiling. On the right is a Dining Room with an open stone fireplace with slate hearth, timber lintel and inset multifuel stove with back boiler, picture rail and corniced ceiling. Further along the hall on the left is a Drawing Room with an open fireplace with slate hearth, lintel beam and inset oil fired cast iron stove.
The generous Kitchen / Breakfast Room has ceramic tiled flooring with electric underfloor heating, original open brick and slate fireplace with tiled hearth, lintel beam and inset multifuel stove with back boiler. The kitchen is fitted with bespoke Sheraton units, 1½ bowl sink, integral fridge, freezer and dishwasher, tiled recess housing Britannia Cooking Range with double electric oven, electric barbeque, four ring gas hob with extractor hood over, dresser and original ceiling hooks. In the kitchen there are working servant’s bells for the three main reception rooms.
A door leads off to the Utility Room with a tiled floor, twin bowl double drainer stainless steel sink, oil fired condensing boiler, plumbing for washing machine and a cupboard housing the water control panel.
At the end of the hall is a bright Conservatory with glazed panel door to the garden, mosaic tiled flooring and an adjacent Cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin.
From the main hall there is a door and staircase down to a useful arched Cellar.
A fine staircase with pine balustrade and hand rail rises from the reception hall to the First Floor where there are Five Generous Sized Bedrooms, four of which have En Suite Shower Rooms, whilst the fifth is adjacent to a Family Bathroom.
Stairs continue to the Second Floor where there are Two Attic Bedrooms with walk-in dormer windows, exposed A frame beams and door to an extensive loft. These rooms share a Shower Room.
BARN CONVERSION – YSGUBOR ISAF
A detached barn conversion originally designed to provide two separate units but has been used as one. It has a separate entrance drive and provides the following additional accommodation:
Reception Hall with a door on the left leading to a Sitting Room with four original Lancet windows with stone relief, double glazed panel doors to a Main Conservatory and a Second Conservatory, both overlook and open out onto the garden.
The Kitchen lies adjacent to the sitting room and is fitted with a range of pine cupboards, 1½ bowl stainless steel sink, plumbing for dishwasher, electric oven with four ring ceramic hob and extractor hood. There is a separate fitted Laundry Room with a washing machine and tumble dryer.
There are Three Bedrooms, one En Suite plus a separate Shower Room.
An external timber staircase leads to a first floor Attic Room with exposed A frame beams, store room and workshop. This floor has conversion potential for further accommodation subject to any necessary planning consent.
Price Guide £775,000Ref: EO6678
The main entrance features electric gates leading to a gravel forecourt which is surrounded by some magnificent mature pine trees. The drive sweeps around the side and rear of the residence. There are extensive south west formal lawns with circular shrubbery and rose beds. Within this area there is a striking Octagonal Gazebo of green oak frame construction, oak floor and pine ceiling, light, power and electric heating.
The separate drive to the barn conversion leads to a large gravelled car park. In one corner is a raised Paved Sun Terrace with an attractive ornamental pond and adjacent substantial Hartley Botanic Greenhouse with power and water supplies.
On the opposite side of the lane there is an enclosed, Kitchen Garden with eight raised beds and soft fruits, several young apple trees and a block built Machinery / Garden Shed. There is also an attractive pasture paddock that is gently sloping and sheltered by the adjoining forestry.
IN ALL APPROX. 6.2 ACRES (About 2.5 Hectares)
Price Guide £775,000Ref: EO6678
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