This is a classic renovation project ! This smallholding is set in a beautiful position overlooking a pretty valley and has around 8 acres of predominantly pastureland with a range of useful outbuildings together with a mobile home. The house needs a lot of work as you can see from the pictures but once done you'd have a superbly situated holding on the edge of Login village.
In the house there is a lounge, sitting room, kitchen, cloakroom, on the first floor there is currently one large area that could easily be subdivided into 2 or 3 bedrooms by utilising the 3 windows to the front and a bathroom.
The setting of this smallholding is superb with, on the day of our visit, birdsong echoing all around the wooded valley in early spring.
NO IMMEDIATE NEIGHBOURS AND NO FORWARD CHAIN.
The hamlet of Login lies in the valley and sits on both sides of the meandering River Tāf. A stone bridge crosses the river approximately 100 metres from a ford near the weir, which used to be the original crossing place. The postal address of Login covers a larger area than that bounded by the village signs. The district is called Cilymaenllwyd the main chapel for the region called 'Calfaria' is located in the village. The region of Login consists of streams and valleys and hills, with a sparsely populated community.
Entrance via timber glazed door into:
With glazed panels on two sides, timber glazed door into:
13' 2'' x 15' 0'' (4.03m x 4.59m) Into recess. With staircase to first floor, old range set in tiled surround, built-in cupboards either side of range, door through to sitting room, window to front, exposed beams.
10' 11'' x 13' 2'' (3.35m x 4.03m) With tiled fireplace, window to the front, exposed beams.
6' 0'' x 18' 5'' (1.85m x 5.63m) With window to rear, old Rayburn Royal cooking range, sink/drainer unit with tiled splash back, door into cloakroom and a side lobby area with door out to side.
With window to side, low-level flush WC, wash hand basin.
Accessed via staircase in lounge and giving access to:
22' 0'' x 13' 6'' (6.73m x 4.13m) This area could easily be split into two or three bedrooms by utilising the 3 windows to the front by installing stud partitioning to suit.
With window to rear, radiator, immersion tank, basic suite to be fitted by owner if a mortgage is required.
Ideal to use as a base whilst renovating the house. It has one large bedroom, shower room, kitchen area and lounge with wood-burner.
With two windows, wardrobe, heater.
With a range of wall and base units, oven and hob, fridge, sink.
With door to front, 3 windows, wood-burner.
With low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle.
A useful range including a large Dutch barn with attached block storage, block-built building previously used as the "new" milking parlour with lean-to storage to front and the old milking parlour.
In all there is around 8 acres of predominantly pastureland opposite the house on both sides of the river valley with gardens and ground around the house and outbuildings (see picture illustration of land attached)
In the village of Llanglydwen at the T junction, turn left and proceed up the hill then then take the first right towards Login. Continue along until you reach Login village, go over the river bridge & continue on a short distance and take a right turn up hill and after 100 yard or so, continue straight on along a stone track (don't bear hard right on the hairpin). Lower Hill is the first property on the right-hand side.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre
Services: Mains electricity, water & drainage to be confirmed.
Council Tax: Band D, Carmarthenshire County Council
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