3 Bedroom Property With Land For Sale
Llanpumsaint, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA33 6BP
355,000

Key Features

  • 10.75 acre registered holding
  • Traditional 3 bed house
  • Range of outbuildings
  • Good clean pasture
  • Some steep woodland
  • Room to extend accommodation
  • Easy access to Carmarthen
  • Energy Rating: G

Summary

A 10.75 acre holding featuring a traditional detached stone 3 bed house, along with a couple of stone outbuildings. Across the road is a further yard with some useful corrugated sheds and approx. 9 acres of clean pasture. Behind the house is about 1.5 acres of steep woodland dropping down to a river boundary.
The house has an adjoining outbuilding which could, subject to consent, make additional accommodation if desired but is currently a workshop and garage.
Set just a 10 minute drive from Carmarthen, the holding lies on the edge of a village with shop and pub and primary school.

Ground Floor

Lobby

Tiled floor; Radiator.

Utility Room

10' 0'' x 8' 0'' (3.05m x 2.45m) Split level room; Plumbing for washing machine; Tiled floor; Sink unit; Oil-fired central heating boiler; Electric cooker point; Please note that this is a single skinned extension

Kitchen / Breakfast Room

13' 11'' x 10' 4'' (4.25m x 3.15m) Range of fitted base and wall units; 1 1/2 bowl resin sink unit; Fitted electric hob; Oil-fire Rayburn range providing hot water and cooking; Built-in airing cupboard; Plumbing for dishwasher; Tiled floor; Window to front and rear.

Pantry

11' 1'' x 4' 5'' (3.4m x 1.35m) Window to side; Fitted shelves; Please note that this is a single skinned extension.

Living Room

13' 1'' x 11' 1'' (4m x 3.4m) Inset multi-fuel stove on slate hearth; Original built-in display cabinet to side; Beamed ceiling; Radiator; Window to front; Under stairs cupboard.

Bathroom

Down four steps from living room; White three piece bathroom suite; Electric shower over bath; Tiled floor; Part tiled walls; Window to side and rear; Two radiators.

Hall

Front door; Radiator; Stairs rise.

Bedroom 3 / Study

13' 1'' x 7' 8'' (4m x 2.35m) Open fireplace; Radiator; Beamed ceiling; Window to front.

First Floor

Landing

Window to rear.

Bedroom 1

13' 7'' x 8' 10'' (4.15m x 2.7m) Radiator; Window to front.

Bedroom 2

13' 7'' x 7' 8'' (4.15m x 2.35m) Radiator; Window to front.

Box Room / Bedroom 4

6' 8'' x 6' 0'' (2.05m x 1.85m) Radiator; Window to front.

Exterior

Externally

The house itself sits below the level of the road. It is approached from the road via a driveway that leads in to one side of the house. The driveway continue along the front of the house, providing room to park several vehicles off the road.

To the other side of the house lies a courtyard area and a small garden.

The Outbuildings

Attached to the side of the house is a stone outbuilding. This has been divided into two;
Workshop 4.3m x 3.35m (14' x 11')
Garage also 4.3m x 3.35m (14' x 11')
The dividing wall is of timber construction and could thus be removed to open the building up. Power and light are connected.
This outbuilding would allow the property to be extended if desired, subject to consent.

In the courtyard to the other side of the house is a further stone outbuilding. This is also split into two. One half having an old range and bread oven in it, the other having a coal chute from the road into it.
Overall, the building measures approx. 2.2m x 6.8m (22'4 x 7'3) and is currently used as a store. There is light connected.

Also in the courtyard stands a greenhouse 8' x 6'.

Across the road from the house stands a yard with a couple of corrugated barns on it. These are used mainly for tractor / implement storage at present, but could be used for livestock if desired.

The Land

Behind the house, the land drops away quite steeply to the river which runs in the valley below. The river forms the boundary.

This land is wooded and extends to approx. 1.5 acres

The bulk of the land stands across the road. This is on the whole good clean pasture land, mostly flat or gently sloping and easily worked. It is well fenced and divided into a number of enclosures.

In all, the pasture extends to around 9 acres.

The entire property extends to approximately 10.75 acres

Directions

From Carmarthen, take the A484 towards Newcastle Emlyn and Cardigan. After a mile or so, you will come to the village of Bronwydd Arms. Fork right here, signed for Llanpumsaint (B4301). Follow this road for about a mile and then take a left hand fork signed for Llanpumsaint (there is a long house on the left hand side on the fork). Follow this road for approx. 1.5 miles and the property will be on your right, set slightly below road level. The driveway to it will be facing you
and the name of the property is clearly shown at the end of the drive.

General Information

Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre

Services: Mains electricity, mains water. Private drainage.

Council Tax: Band E, Carmarthenshire County Council

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