This is a classic, traditional 38 Acre SMALLHOLDING on the outskirts of Conwyl Elfed village with a superb range of outbuildings that are ripe for conversion (subject to any consents required). The house has a lounge with feature inglenook, a sitting room, study, kitchen, shower room, cloakroom, utility, on the first floor there are 4 bedrooms and a recently refurbished bathroom.
Outside there are 6 main outbuildings being a mixture of traditional and modern with the 15 enclosures surrounding the house. The land is a mixture of gently sloping and sloping pastureland with the added benefit of having the River Duad running through the land (lower down and well away from the house and buildings)
The house itself could use some refreshing in places but there aren't that many smallholdings with 38 acres currently available with this amount of future potential.
Cynwyl Elfed (sometimes Conwyl and formerly anglicised as Conwil Elvet or Conwil in Elvet) is a village and community in the county of Carmarthenshire, Wales. The community includes the villages of Cynwyl Elfed, Blaenycoed and Cwmduad. It is situated about 5 miles (8.0 km) north of Carmarthen and had a population of 953 in 2001, increasing to 1,044 at the 2011 Census.
The area around the village has yielded a significant number of Roman artefacts, including a statue of Diana. It was the most important centre of the commote of Elfed in the Middle Ages.
Entrance via double-glazed patio doors into:
8' 10'' x 17' 8'' (2.7m x 5.4m) With double-glazed panels on 3 sides, glass sloping roof, door into inner hallway with staircase to first floor, door into:
13' 7'' x 15' 10'' (4.15m x 4.83m) With feature inglenook and wood-burning stove, exposed beams, windows to the front and side, radiator, door through to study.
13' 7'' x 6' 11'' (4.15m x 2.12m) With two windows to rear and side, radiator.
13' 7'' x 10' 9'' (4.15m x 3.3m) With window to the front, fireplace with wood-burner, radiator, door through to kitchen.
7' 1'' x 14' 9'' (2.16m x 4.5m) With a range of wall and base units, double bowl sink/drainer unit, two windows to rear, electric cooking range, leading through to:
With window, shower cubicle, radiator.
With window, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC.
6' 4'' x 14' 6'' (1.94m x 4.45m) With window to side, space and plumbing for washing machine, radiator, space for fridge/freezers etc, door to outside.
Accessed via staircase in the conservatory and giving access to:
14' 2'' x 11' 0'' (4.32m x 3.36m) Window to the front.
6' 9'' x 10' 11'' (2.06m x 3.35m) L shaped. With window to the front.
9' 4'' x 14' 6'' (2.86m x 4.45m) With window to the front, built-in wardrobes.
9' 4'' x 13' 2'' (2.86m x 4.03m) With window to the side, built-in wardrobe, built-in storage cupboards.
Recently refurbished with a lovely roll-top bath, low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, fully tiled walls, chrome towel radiator, window to rear.
7' 3'' x 12' 10'' (2.21m x 3.92m) With window to side, two built-in wardrobes.
There is around 38 Acres of land in total with this holding which is predominantly pastureland and most of it is positioned to the rear of the house.
The land is a mixture of gently sloping and some steeper sloping land with the majority of the outbuildings adjacent to the house.
The River Duad runs along the western boundary of the property with a further smaller tributary running into it.
The house is completely private with no immediate neighbours around and has superb further potential to develop the stone outbuildings if required (subject to any consents required).
There are 6 main outbuildings being a mixture of classic stone ranges and more modern buildings and all are located adjacent to the front yard area in front of the house.
There is around 38 acres in all split into 15 enclosures, please refer to the land plan attached.
From Newcastle Emlyn, take the A484 and continue through Pentrecagal, Llangeler, Saron, Rhos and continue through Cwmduad. In Cwmduad, when you see the end of speed restriction signs as you leave Cwmduad, you need to travel a further 1 mile and the entrance to Cydawell is on the left-hand side, just before you get to the S bends. Name clearly marked at the entrance and denoted by our For Sale board.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre
Services: Private water (spring), private drainage (septic tank), air source heat pump for central heating. Solar panels, PV panels.
Council Tax: Band E, Carmarthenshire County Council
For further information on this property please call 01239 621303 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org