Llanfynydd Road, Brechfa, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA32 7BZ
Contact AgentHafod y Coed
Hafod y Coed
About the Property
A simply gorgeous cottage, which has been sympathetically and tastefully modernised in recent years, situated in the most picturesque location on the outskirts of Brechfa Forest, and within easy driving distance to Carmarthen town with all its many amenities and train station. Benefiting from stunning, far reaching country views to the front, this chocolate box property is a must view and comes with a good sized stone/brick barn range which, subject to necessary planning contents, lends itself well to being converted to a holiday let or additional living accommodation.
Comprising: Entrance is at the rear through a door into the kitchen, with tiled floor, exposed stone wall, wall mounted gas combi boiler, fitted base units, space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for a free standing oven, and doors to; ground floor bathroom, with walk in shower, vanity unit and w/c, the lounge/dining room with a solid fuel Rayburn at one end, and a wood burning stove at the other, and offering stunning views from the windows out to the front, a door leads from this room to the front porch which opens out to the front of the property. Stairs lead from the lounge area up to a small landing area with doors to two double bedrooms. These two rooms have some restricted head space and bedroom 1 has space for built in wardrobes (not complete) and both rooms have exposed stone walls and feature fireplaces. They also benefit from stunning far reaching countryside views to the front.
Externally, the property is approached from a country lane onto its own, gated driveway, with ample parking for many vehicles. The garden is fenced all around, and the stone/brick barn range is split into three workshops. These could (STPP) be converted into something equally beautiful. There is also a w/c to the rear of the property.
By separate negotiation there is a Garden Glamping Cabin, on wheels, with a living space and bathroom at the end (not plumbed in), ideally overflow accommodation.
- Gorgeous Detached Cottage
- Picturesque & Idyllic Setting
- Stunning Far Reaching Country Views
- Long Stone Barn Range, Ideal for Conversion (STPP)
- Tastefully and Sympathetically Modernised
- Enclosed Garden & Ample Off Road Parking
- Easy Reach of Brechfa Forrest
- 15 Mins to Carmarthen Town
- Cabin Available By Separate Negotiation
- Energy Rating: F
INFORMATION ABOUT THE AREA:
The picturesque rural village of Llanfynydd is about 1 mile away from this property, set in a pretty valley, around five miles away from the A40 and River Towy. It benefits from a village pub called Pen y Bont, and a church and chapel. A 20 minute drive from the property in the opposite direction takes you to Carmarthen town, which offers all modern amenities including, shopping centres, supermarkets, pubs, cafes, restaurants and a train station with links across the UK.
1.59 x 6.19 (5'2" x 20'3")
Ground Floor Shower Room
2.36 x 2.22 max (7'8" x 7'3" max)
6.99 x 3.85 max (22'11" x 12'7" max)
2.34 x 1.03 (7'8" x 3'4")
4.25 x 3.82 max (into cupboards) (13'11" x 12'6" m
2.68 x 3.78 max (8'9" x 12'4" max)
0.72 x 1.98 (2'4" x 6'5")
5.28 x 9.11 (17'3" x 29'10")
4.56 x 2.17 (14'11" x 7'1")
6.94 x 2.20 (22'9" x 7'2")
Cabin by Separate Negotiation
3.98 x 2.61 (13'0" x 8'6")
2.61 x 0.68 (8'6" x 2'2")
VIEWINGS: By appointment only. We would respectfully ask you to contact us before you view this property internally or externally.
TAX BAND: D, Carmarthenshire County Council
TENURE: We are advised that the property is Freehold
GENERAL NOTE: Please note that all floor plans, room dimensions and areas quoted in these details are approximations and are not to be relied upon. Any appliances and services listed on these details have not been tested.
SERVICES: We have not tested any services to this property. We are advised that this property benefits from private drainage
SEPARATE GLAMPING CABIN: This is available through separate negotiation, please call us to discuss further.
VIEWING INFORMATION: The property is located next door to Pantglass Hall Holiday Lodges https://www.pantglas-hall.co.uk/ (non residents can join their membership for use of the gym and swimming pool - https://www.pantglas-hall.co.uk/leisureclub). The electricity and water are supplied through a private company called Lightcourt who own the Holiday complex next to the Property. There is an historical easement with this service from Lightcourt Ltd. There is also a grant of easement with the property deeds to allow water and electricity service to be obtained across the adjoining farmland.
The farmer from Penygoitre have the right to access the external water hose to feed the water butt for the sheep in the next door field.
The far side roof line of house overhangs the neighbouring ground. Gas tank is buried in the rear garden - you will see a green lid on the ground, and the barns look like they have asbestos corrugated sheet roof.
Cardigan Bay Properties, its clients and any joint agents give notice that 1: They are not authorised to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property either here or elsewhere, either on their own behalf or on behalf of their client or otherwise. They assume no responsibility for any statement that may be made in these particulars. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 2: Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. All photographs are taken using a digital camera with a wide angled camera lens. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents and Cardigan Bay Properties have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.