Meidrim, Carmarthen

£500,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
**FISHING RIGHTS**

Converted in the 1980s this former mill retains many character features, located next to a piece of common land in the sought after village of Meidrim approximately 8 miles outside of Carmarthen Town. Situated on approximately 2.2 acres of land made up of formal and natural grounds and a woodland walk which is bordered by a river, the property also benefits from fishing rights.

The accommodation briefly comprises: Porch, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Living Room with feature fireplace and stove, Dining Room with feature millstones in-situ, Hallway/Utility Area, Shower Room and a third reception room on the ground floor. Master Bedroom, Family Bathroom, three further bedrooms one currently being used as an office and a WC on the first floor and steps up to the attic conversion which is currently being used as a fifth bedroom with beams and exposed stone wall.

Externally there is approximately 2.2 acres of land comprising of a formal garden to the front of the property, two areas left to nature, a greenhouse and stone-built grain store, and an area of woodland which is bordered by a river providing fishing rights to the property.

Meidrim is a community situated some 8 miles west of Carmarthen and 3.3 miles north of St Clears. Meidrim (formerly spelt 'Mydrim') is situated on either side of the Afon Dewi Fawr at the point where this small river is crossed by the B4298 road and meets with the B4299 road.

Meidrim has a parish church, a Nonconformist chapel, a pub, a primary school, a village green or common and a park. It also boasts a number of self-catering cottages in the surrounding area making it popular for tourists visiting the Pembrokeshire National Park and the Brecon Beacons as well as a number of local walks.

Living Room

3.51m x 4.50m (11'6 x 14'9 )

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

3.92m x 4.53m (12'10 x 14'10 )

Hallway/Utility Area

3.89m x 1.76m (12'9 x 5'9 )

Dining Room

4.23m x 5.17m (13'10 x 16'11 )

Shower Room

0.88m x 2.50m (2'10 x 8'2 )

Reception Room

4.31m x 5.22m (14'1 x 17'1 )

Landing

0.82m x 10.85m (2'8 x 35'7 )

Master Bedroom

3.52m x 4.43m (11'6 x 14'6 )

Bathroom

2.96m x 1.88m (9'8 x 6'2 )

Bedroom 2

3.43m x 2.92m (11'3 x 9'6 )

Bedroom 3

2.38m x 3.59m (7'9 x 11'9 )

Bedroom 4

1.92m x 4.23m (6'3 x 13'10 )

Loft Room Stairwell

1.85m x 2.05m (6'0 x 6'8 )

WC

0.69m x 2.08m (2'3 x 6'9 )

Loft Room/Bedroom 5

2.76m x 7.01m (9'0 x 22'11 )

Come On In...

Enter the property through the front door into the Porch, go through the glazed door ahead of you and The Mill welcomes you into its Kitchen/Breakfast Room, this room is the central hub of the home with a range of fitted base and eye level units and a Stanley Range Cooker, go through the door to your left and enter into the Living Room with feature fireplace, just off the living room there is a step leading up to the third reception room.

From the Kitchen/Breakfast Room take the door to your right into the hallway with a door out to the rear of the property, this hall is currently used as a utility area, there is a shower room at the far end of the hall, with a shower, washbasin and WC, the door from the hallway on your left leads you into the Dining Room with exposed beams, raised seating area and feature millstones in-situ, this characterful room is ideal for entertaining.

Head back to the kitchen and take the stairs up to the first-floor landing with doors leading off to the Master Bedroom with a built-in storage cupboard, Family Bathroom with bath with shower over, washbasin and WC, and a smaller bedroom with built-in storage. From the landing go along the hall that runs across the rear of the property where you will find two further bedrooms, one with an exposed stone wall and the other currently being used as an office. Go through the last door on the right and you enter a stairwell, with steps leading up to the loft room and a door ahead of you to a WC. Head up these steps and you enter the loft room, which is currently being used as a fifth bedroom, this characterful space has beams and an exposed stone wall.

Step Outside...

The Mill is sited on a plot of approximately 2.2 acres of land. To the front of the property, there is an enclosed formal garden and the old stone-built grain store, a stream borders this lawned garden and there is a gate leading to a bridge that takes you over the stream where you can still see some of the former workings of the Mill. To the front of the formal garden, there is a nature area that houses a greenhouse and plant beds which were previously used as a vegetable garden.

To the rear of the property, there is ample off-road parking, a carport and a paved patio area. The remaining land extends beyond this area and is made up of woodland with some larger clearings which border a river giving the property the benefit of Fishing Rights.

GENERAL INFORMATION

VIEWING: By appointment with the Agents.

TENURE: We are advised freehold.

SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.

TAX BAND: F

AGENTS VIEWING NOTES: We would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externally

PLEASE NOTE - We are advised this property is served by private drainage

EJL/SLE/07/2021/OK EJL

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