Llandyfan, Ammanford, SA18
Asking Price £465,000
About this property
- superb detached country house/ smallholding
- outstanding rural views and property situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park
- 5 double bedrooms, all with superb views and 3 have ensuite facilities
- large fully fitted oak fronted kitchen/ breakfast room with granite worktops
- character lounge , Inglenook style fireplace, oak floor,multi fuel stove and exposed stone walls
- large garage/workshop with inspection pit
- well maintained gardens with lawns, pastureland, fruit trees, polytunnel
- potential quarterly return via solar panels FIT ( remains with property)
- income potential from self contained annexe
- excellent road networks, M4, A48, 438
* NO CHAIN* We are delighted to present this FIVE bedroom detached house with adjoining one bedroom annexe, which offers good income potential. Set in approx. 3.5 acres the property is situated well away from the road in an elevated position within the Brecon Beacons National Park, offering rural views from all aspects. Viewing of this property is highly recommended.
The property is used as a private residence by the current vendors but it has been used as a Bed and Breakfast in the past.
The neighbouring towns of Llandeilo and Ammanford both provide a range of facilities including schooling, shopping and recreation. Carmarthen and Swansea are within easy reach via the A48 and the M4.
Please see the many photographs that accompany this listing and the indicative floor plan for further detail. The best way to appreciate this property is to arrange a viewing appointment which you can do seven days a week by calling the number above or clicking on the contact link provided.
Spacious detached property with oil fired central heating and additional solar panels. The accommodation is arranged on two floors and has an oak fronted fitted kitchen and characterful sitting room on the ground floor. Three of the first floor bedrooms have en suite facilities.
SUNROOM/ CONSERVATORY 9'2 × 7'9 (approx 2.7m × 2.4m)
SITTING ROOM 21'8 × 14' (approx 6.6m × 4.3m) two front windows, Inglenook style fireplace with multi fuel stove, two radiators, part exposed stone walling, oak flooring, stairs to first floor
KITCHEN/ BREAKFAST ROOM 17'4 × 16' narrowing to 8'8 (5.2m × 4.9m >2.6m) windows to side and doors leading to decking and back garden. Range of oak fronted wall and based units, granite worktops, island unit with built in double wine fridge. NEFF built in fridge, freezer, dishwasher, double oven, microwave, extractor hood and 5 ring hob. Tiled flooring, built in cupboard.
UTILITY/ CLOAKROOM 7' × 6 ' ( 2.1 m × 1.8m ) window to side, wash hand basin, WC, plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor, radiator
DINING ROOM 18' narrowing to 11'8 × 14'5 (5.5 m >3.5m × 4.4m ) windows to three aspects, laminate flooring, two radiators, stairs to master bedroom suite, door leading out to decked area
OFFICE/ STORE 7' ×5'9 (2.1 m× 1.8m) window to rear
stairs from dining room leading to
MASTER BEDROOM SUITE 18'2 × 11' (approx 5.5 m ×3.3m) windows to three aspects with views over national park, suite of bespoke wardrobes and drawer units, radiator, loft access, door to
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM window, shower cubicle, wash hand basin with fitted unit, WC, heated towel rail, extractor and shaver point
Stairs from sitting room lead to
LANDING window with lovely views, loft access, airing cupboard with hot water tank solar power) , immersion heater
BEDROOM 11' narrowing to 7'5 × 11'10 ( approx 3.3 m > 2.2 m × 3.6m) window to front, radiator
BEDROOM 11' × 10' (approx 3.3m × 3m) window to front, radiator, door to
EN SUITE shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC, extractor
BATH ROOM window to side, bath having electric shower above, wash hand basin, WC, heated towel rail, extractor, shaver point
BEDROOM 13'4 × 9 ' (approx 4m × 2.7m) window to side, radiator, door to
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM window to side, shower cubicle with electric shower, wash hand basin, WC, radiator
BEDROOM/ STUDY 10' ×9'5 (approx 3m × 2.8m) window to side, radiator
SELF CONTAINED ANNEXE
Accomodation on ground level and approached by separate exterior door
ENTRANCE HALL/ LOBBY door to outside
KITCHEN 11'10 × 5'5 (approx 3.6m × 1.6m ) window to rear, base and wall units, fitted hob and oven, extractor hood, radiator, tiled floor
BATHROOM window, bath with electric shower above, wash hand basin, WC
SITTING ROOM 17'5 × 9'11 ( approx 5.2m × 3m) two windows to front, double patio doors to side with lovely views , radiator, TV point
BEDROOM 10'6 × 10' ( approx 3.2m × 3m) window to front, radiator, loft access
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS AND LAND
The property has an elevated position with lovely views and is approached via a short track, the entrance to the property is over a cattle grid that leads to a large private driveway with space to park several cars . There are gravelled areas throughout the property that can be used to make the best of the 360° rural views or provide vehicular access when necessary.
Next to the main driveway is the first lawn with paved patio/ bbq area, trees and bushes frame this lawn and driveway on the other side leads to
GARAGE/WORKSHOP 25' × 17.4'( 7.6 × 5.2) rollover door, windows to rear, light and power and inspection fit. External tap is situated next to a large shed.
The garden then runs to the side of the property. Large lawn area with pergola leading in to the upper paddock that has a range of fruit trees and holds the large POLYTUNNEL 90' × 15' (approx 7.4m × 4.5m). The vendors have grown a wide range of vegetables and plants in the tunnel. The oil tank, boiler and external tap are situated in this side of the house.
On the other side of the house is a decking area that can be accessed directly from the kitchen, offering lovely rural views.The decking continues round to the rear of the house.
The decked area overlooks the second paddock that offers gently sloping pastureland which might suit livestock or private equestrian use.
The property has common grazing rights on adjoining land.
In all approx. 3.5 acres.
Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil fired central heating, solar panels*, telephone, broadband (connected and subject to normal transfer regulations). * PV panels have maximum Feed In Tariff (FIT) rates and these remain with the property.
Energy rating C.
Carmarthenshire County Council.
Travelling west on the M4 or east on the A 48, leave at junction 49 Pont Abraham and turn northwards towards Ammanford on the A483. At the second set of lights in Ammanford take the right fork into High St and follow the instructions for TRAP. Turn left into Wern Ddu Rd. Continue along this road until you see the sign for the village of Llandyfan. The entrance to the property will be on the right . From Llandielo, follow the A483 and turn left at Derwydd. Follow the road past the church and continue into the main collection of houses in Llandyfan, just past the pub you will see the entrance to the path next to a white cottage.
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