Penrhiwbeili Talog, Carmarthen

£350,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
NO ONWARD CHAIN

* Small farm extending to 30 acres or thereabouts being 15 acres of pasture with 15 acres of woodland and enjoying a fantastic view over the surrounding countryside.

* Deceptively spacious 2 bedroom bungalow enjoying a very pleasant aspect

* Small range of buildings suitable for a variety of purposes

* Realistically priced. No onward chain. EPC Rating "F"

Ground Floor.

Rear Hallway:

Having door to the side garden and car parking area together with a Cloakroom/WC off that has a wall mounted LPG fired boiler for the central heating and hot water. A 15 pane door opens into an

Inner Hallway:

and this has doors to the Utility Room and Kitchen.

Utility Room:

1.83m x 1.83m (6' x 6') With stainless steel single drainer sink unit and built in cupboards, one of which has a radiator installed and is used as an airing cupboard.

The Hallway also leads to the:-

Kitchen:

3.20m x 2.74m (10' 6" x 9') With double aspect windows having fine views over the surrounding countryside together with a radiator. The floor within the kitchen, rear hallway and utility room is tiled. The kitchen is equipped with a range of fitted base units that incorporate a stainless steel single drainer sink unit with work surfaces over and further storage in matching wall mounted units. There is a dual fuel fired cooker with extractor hood over.

A door from the Kitchen leads to the:

Sitting Room:

4.57m x 4.57m (15' x 15') Again this has double aspect windows with fine rural views, together with a radiator and a focal point of a wood burner on a slate hearth and door leading into:

Dining Room:

4.42m x 1.75m (14' 6" x 5' 9") Which itself has a small feature fireplace, two radiators and window to the side. A door leads into:

Inner Hallway:

With radiator and leads to a:

Front Hallway:

With uPVC door leading to the fore. This area is used as a study area. This is also heated by a radiator.

Shower Room:

2.13m x 1.63m (7' x 5' 4") With radiator, shower cubicle, W.C. and wash hand basin both the W.C. and wash hand basin are boxed in with fitted cupboards etc. There is also a shaver point.

Bedroom 1:

4.57m x 3.05m (15' x 10') having 2x uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the rear garden and yard. Built in wardrobes with louvre doors and radiator.

Bedroom 2:

3.35m x 2.44m (11' x 8') having an uPVC double glazed window to the side.

Garden:

Penrhiwbeili stands within pleasant grounds that include productive vegetables plots, and attractive lawned areas with several mature shrubs.

The view from the garden needs to be personally inspection in order to be fully appreciated. The property overlooks surrounding farmland which makes pottering around the gardens a delight. The property also has the benefit of 2 polytunnels.

Outbuildings:

The former farm buildings are situated to the rear of the property around a concreted yard and are typical of a progressive farmstead development. It is clear that historically this property was used as a small dairy farm that was typical of the area.

Outbuildings include a:

Garage – Of block walls under a corrugated iron roof. The garage area has an up and over door and there are further external doors that lead to workshop areas and a freezer room. Light and power are connected to this building.

Former Cowshed and Dairy – Principally of stone walls under a box profile roof.

Hayshed – With double span lean-to.

Timber built Cow Kennels – Currently used as a wood store.

THE LAND:

We understand the land extends to some 30 acres or thereabouts in total, being approximately 15 acres of south facing, gently sloping or level productive pasture land and 15 acres of poorer quality amenity land, woodland etc.

A plan is attached for identification purposes only.

The land is all conveniently located to the house and buildings and we would describe it as being typical of the area, being well fenced with either sheep netting and two strands of barbed wire or post and three or four strands of barbed wire.

We understand that in recent years the land has been let out on a summer grazing basis and indeed this is the case for the 2019 season.

Access.

Access to the property from the nearest adopted highway is via a farm lane that is shared in part, as indicated on the plan.

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