Ddolwen is a lovely character 9 Acre EQUESTRIAN SMALLHOLDING situated just outside the small village of Cwmduad in a superb setting with a number of useful outbuildings and stabling with the River Duad boundary. In the house there is a living room, reception room, kitchen, utility, conservatory, shower room and downstairs bedroom (some of the previous rooms would make an ideal 1 bed annex for an elderly relative if required), on the first floor there are a further 3 bedrooms, a box room and a family bathroom. Outside in the grounds and set away from the main house there is a very useful detached timber chalet which could be used for a variety of purposes. There are two stables, a nissan hut, a large block and corrugated open barn. The land is split into 3 enclosures and is laid to pasture which has been organically maintained. If you're wanting a character equestrian holding with plenty of outside space and some really useful outbuildings then you must view this property.
Cwmduad is located on the A484, just north of Cynwyl Elfed. The village is found at the confluence of the River Duad and River Bele and has a vibrant community centre and a village pub. The nearest major settlements are Carmarthen to the South and Newcastle Emlyn to the North.
A tollgate was located in Cwmduad village. There was at one time also a village school although this has since closed and the nearest primary school is now found at neighbouring Cynwyl Elfed. The village's baptist church was built in 1869 and restored in 1906.
Entrance via front door into:
With staircase to first floor, radiator, door to:
13' 11'' x 13' 7'' (4.25m x 4.15m) Max. With windows to the front and side, exposed stone chimney breast with multi fuel stove set on a slate hearth, wooden flooring, radiator.
13' 8'' x 10' 7'' (4.2m x 3.25m) Max. With window to the front, exposed stone chimney breast with multi fuel stove set on a slate hearth, oak flooring, radiator.
18' 6'' x 8' 10'' (5.65m x 2.7m) With window to side and 3 windows to rear, aa range of wooden base and wall units, 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink/drainer unit, LPG hob with electric oven below, extractor fan over, tiled splash backs, quarry tiled flooring, built-in pantry, radiator.
With quarry tiled floor, a range of built-in storage cupboards, door into conservatory.
19' 6'' x 8' 2'' (5.95m x 2.5m) With a range of fitted timber wall and base units, Belfast-style sink, space and plumbing for washing machine, tiled splash back, quarry tiled flooring, door out to garden and door into conservatory.
12' 11'' x 5' 10'' (3.95m x 1.8m) With windows to rear, door out to garden, wash hand basin, radiator, tiled flooring.
With window to side, low level flush WC, wash hand basin, walk-in shower, quarry tiled flooring, radiator.
13' 1'' x 10' 9'' (4m x 3.3m) With windows to front and side, oak flooring, radiator.
Accessed via staircase in hallway and giving access to:
With window to rear, doors into:
With window to rear, doors into:
12' 5'' x 8' 8'' (3.8m x 2.65m) With 2 windows to side and rear, radiator.
13' 5'' x 11' 7'' (4.1m x 3.55m) With window to the front, French windows to side, built-in shelving, radiator.
6' 4'' x 5' 1'' (1.95m x 1.55m) With window to the front, radiator.
13' 5'' x 10' 5'' (4.1m x 3.2m) With window to the front, beamed ceiling, part-exposed stone wall, radiator.
Two gated driveways lead from the main road giving access to a large parking/turning area. A pedestrian access leads to the timber chalet and there is a car-parking space on the adjacent minor road providing independent access if required.
There are large gardens to the front and side of the house, mainly laid to lawn with flower borders and a greenhouse.
Amounting to some 9 acres or thereabouts, the land is arranged in 3 level meadows and are currently grazed by horses. One field has a small plantation of trees providing added privacy.
The outbuildings are located across from the house and comprise: A nissan hut with double doors at the end, a block of 2 stables and a block and corrugated open barn.
There is a large timber chalet set in its own plot and has services connected (water and drainage). The chalet has two large rooms, a cloakroom (currently with WC, wash hand basin and space for a shower) and a further small room which could be used to make a kitchen area. The chalet could be used for a variety of purposes including office, studio or overflow accommodation.
From Carmarthen follow the A484 in the direction of Newcastle Emlyn. Drive through Cynwyl Elfed and continue for approx. 2 miles. When you see the sign for Cwmduad (followed by speed and bend signs), indicate right as Ddolwen is on the right before the bend and before the village, denoted by our For Sale board. Please note: Ddolwen is before Heol y Bwrt.
Viewings strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre
Services: Mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage, LPG central heating.
Council Tax: Band E, Carmarthenshire County Council (£1872.61 for 2019/20)
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