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● Charming Detached Period Two Bedroom Cottage
● Magnificent Detached Traditional Stone Barn with Conversion Potential
● Further Outbuildings
● Gardens with Frontage To A Small Stream
● Quality Pasture Paddocks
● Approx. 16 Acres In All
● Stunning Location with Direct Access onto The Black Mountain
Sold - Similar Properties Required

The house is believed to date back to 1831 but historically there is likely to have been a dwelling on the site since the 1500’s. The present owners keep a flock of pedigree Soay sheep and the property comes with grazing rights on The Black Mountain.

The current owners obtained planning permission in 2021 to convert part of the main traditional barn into a holiday let and there is scope to further develop this barn subject to any further necessary permissions.

The village of Llangadog has a useful range of local amenities including a village shop, butcher, three pubs, garden centre and newly rebuilt village school. There are wider ranges of shops and amenities nearby in Llandeilo and Ammanford.

Price Guide £495,000 Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: EO7407


A characterful country cottage with oil fired central heating. The accommodation in brief is as follows, please refer to the floor plan for approximate room sizes.

The Main Entrance is through a side door leading into a Utility Room with plumbing for washing machine and a tiled floor.

The adjacent Kitchen / Diner has a range of built-in base and eye level units with worksurfaces incorporating 1½ bowl stainless steel sink, Range cooker with stainless steel extractor hood and a tiled floor.

There is an Inner Hall with an external door and access through to a ground floor Bathroom with a panelled bath, WC, wash hand basin, cubicle with electric shower, tiled floor, part tiled walls and linen cupboard.

The cosy Sitting Room has a feature inglenook fireplace with a bressumer beam and log burner, exposed beams and built-in storage.

There are Two Bedrooms on the first floor, each with front windows.

Price Guide £495,000Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: EO7407


The property occupies a stunning location right on the fringe of The Black Mountain. It is adjacent to a very minor country lane and has a delightful garden with a strip of deciduous woodland and a natural stream.

The Main Traditional Stone Barn is approx. 75’ x 20’ (about 22.9m x 6.1m) overall with light, power and water supplies. It is sub divided into several sections. The Main Section c. 51’ x 16’ (about 15.2m x 4.9m ) has a range of built-in stock pens, loose boxes and storage. Part lofted. Two Further Sections c. 16’ x 12’ and 16’ x 8’ (about 4.9m x 3.6m and 4.9m x 2.4m).

External steps lead up to the first floor which has been part-converted into a Holiday Let with Two Rooms c. 16’4 x 8’ and 16’6 x 12’10 (about 4.9m x 3.6m and 5m x 3.9m) with some pine panelled walls and stained glass windows. The Larger Room has been partitioned off to provide an En Suite Shower Room although this is currently unfitted.

Stone Outbuilding with a GI roof, light and power supplies, providing Two Rooms c. 13’2 x 10’5 and 4’8 x 10’5 (about 4m x 3.1m x 1.4m x 3.1m).

At the lower end of the yard there is an Open Sided Pole Barn c. 30’ x 20’ (about 9.2m x 6.1m) steel portal frame with GI cladding plus a Greenhouse and  Poultry Enclosure.

The Land lies on the opposite side of the lane and is divided into several paddocks, the majority of which have double stock fences. Water is supplied to field troughs and there is a strip of Woodland and a Natural Stream along the lower boundary.

IN ALL APPROX. 16 ACRES  (About 6.5 Hectares)

Price Guide £495,000Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: EO7407