Llanpumpsaint CARMARTHENSHIRE

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  • Set In Approx. 4.7 Acres with Grassland Paddocks
  • A Secluded and Well Presented Three Bedroom Period House
  • Useful Range of Outbuildings inc. Barns and Loose Boxes 
  • Lovely Rural Location with Views
  • Under Offer

The property has been utilised by the vendors in the past for private residential and private equestrian use and there is scope for the keeping of a variety of other small livestock. In the agents opinion the property is well presented and there is scope for further extension perhaps into the lovely adjoining barn subject to necessary planning permission being obtained.

There are a versatile range of outbuildings and a yard area beyond the house adjoining the land.

The local village of Llanpumpsaint is within about half a mile distance and has a local church. Nearby Bronwydd Arms is renowned for its steam railway, and local community. The busy market town of Carmarthen is easily accessible to the south and nearby Peniel has a garage / shop at the time of writing. Brechfa Forest well known for its riding and walking is within about eight miles of the property.

Price Guide £489,950 Under OfferRef: JN6297

THE RESIDENCE

An attractive and well presented former farmhouse believed to date from the 19th century. The property has UPVC double glazing and oil central heating and the following accommodation with approx. room sizes:

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch with bench seating, part glazed door to:

Entrance Hall with exposed white painted timbers and stairs to first floor

Sitting Room 20’ x 11’7 (about 6.1m x 3.5m) front window, rear patio doors to garden, fireplace with lintel beam and inset multifuel stove, radiator, wood effect laminate flooring, ceiling lighting

Kitchen / Breakfast Room 19’8 x 8’6 (about 6m x 2.6m) fitted with  a range of wall and base units in antique white, worksurfaces, Belfast style sink with mixer tap, integral dishwasher, oil fired Stanley Cooking Range (for hot water and central heating), radiator, laminate flooring, painted ceiling timbers, glazed panel door leading to:

Conservatory / Sun Room 14’4 x 14’2 (about 4.4m x 4.3m) French doors to decked seating area with lovely rural views; fan light, wall lights and  wood effect laminate floor

Rear Hallway 15’ x 5’4 (about 4.6m x 1.6m) part glazed door to garden, understairs store cupboard, door to:

Utility / Cloak Room 8’9 x 8’ (about 2.7m x 2.4m) two windows, radiator, plumbing for washing machine, wash hand basin, WC, laminate flooring

First Floor

Landing 19’9 x 5’5 (about 6m x 1.6m) inc. stairwell, front window, white painted timber balustrade overlooking stairwell 

Bedroom 13’ x 8’7 (about 4m x 2.6m) front window, radiator

Bedroom 11’8 x 9’10 (about 3.5m x 3m) front window, radiator, recessed shelving 

Bedroom Three 10’ x 7’8 (about 3m x 2.3m) rear window 

Family Bathroom side window, panelled bath, wash hand basin, WC, part tiled walls, wood effect laminate flooring, built-in cupboard, radiator, extractor 

Agents Note: All of the first floor rooms have white painted timber panelled ceilings.

Price Guide £489,950Under OfferRef: JN6297

OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND

The property is approached via a ‘no through’ road which then gives access to a trackway which  extends several hundred yards to the property. The trackway continues past the residence to give access to a main concrete yard at the far side. 

Immediately to the front of the property there is a small walled walkway which leads around to a Sun Deck with railed balustrade and spectacular views. At the rear there are extensive lawns with a number of fruit trees, a small Woodland Area and a Storage Shed c.21’ x 14’ (about 6.4m x 4.3m).

Adjoining the residence there is a former Stone Cowshed c.37’ x 15’4 (about 11.3m x 4.6m) with possible scope for conversion to further accommodation (STPC). At the front of the cow shed there is a Former Dairy / Store c.9’6 x 7’4 (about 2.9m x 2.2m). Beyond this there is Block Building divided in two enclosures c.9’6 x 9’2 (about 2.9m x 2.7m) and c.9’6 x 6’ (about 2.9m x 1.8m) one of which houses the water filtration system for the private borehole. We understand that previously planning permission was granted to extend the farmhouse into these buildings although it lapsed in 2012. 

On the opposite side of the track there is a former farm building  in three sections, including a Workshop c.19’9 x 13’2 (about 6m x 4m) with window, light and power; a Storeroom c.17’10 x 13’ (about 5.4m x 4m) with two windows and a Fuel Store c.13’ x 4’6 (about 4m x 1.4m).

Set off the main concrete yard there is a Hay Barn / Feed Store c.17’3 x 15’3 (about 5.2m x 4.6m) with curved GI roof. There is a further concrete yard area beyond and Two Loose Boxes c.25’ x 18’ (about 7.6m x 5.5m) (overall) with central block wall partition and concrete flooring

The Land From the main concrete yard there is a gated access into the rear paddock which in the past has been sub divided to create smaller paddocks and there is a communicating gateway to the top paddock where we understand is the original spring water supply.  The top paddock also has a  gated access back onto the trackway with an adjacent wooded area which leads back down to the farmstead. The land is arranged in two main paddocks and is generally fairly level / gently sloping, well established, permanent pastureland with some mature hedging.

NB The property is accessed via an old farm trackway which we understand is not registered. We further understand a neighbouring farm has access along the first part of the trackway to access their fields and Bwlch Yr Onnen has a right of access there after.

IN ALL APPROX. 4.7 ACRES   (About 2 Hectares) 

Price Guide £489,950Under OfferRef: JN6297