Village rural location
meadows and woodland
5 bedrooms 2 reception rooms conservatory 2 bathrooms and the potential to create a self contained annexe
2 room Log cabin
gas central heating
mains water and mains sewage
on the main bus route
8 miles from the market town of Carmarthen and West Wales hospital
near local beaches and historic sites including Skanda Vale Community
A unique smallholding with a large farmhouse and outbuildings offers a complete equation for self sufficiency with ten acres of organically maintained lush meadows, a river boundary and the potential to buy sixteen acres of woodland with a ruined cottage.
The farmhouse is fully double glazed, has gas central heating and has been extended to offer substantial family accommodation comprising of five bedrooms, two reception rooms, a large kitchen, a rear conservatory and a potential self contained annexe with its own kitchenette and bathroom. There is mains water and mains sewage. Outbuildings include a two room log cabin, stables, Nissan hut and open barn providing a superb opportunity for diversification and income generation.
The property has four entrances and is located on the main bus route. The market town of Carmarthen and the West Wales hospital is eight miles away. The village pub, church and the community centre are a five minute walk with the local convenience store, post office, restaurant and petrol station just two miles down the road.
Sai Ddolwen is wonderfully located for all the local tourist and historic sites including Skanda Vale community with the local beaches a short drive away.
The sale is offerred in 2 lots
Radiator; Stairs Rise
Reception Room (4.20m x 3.25m)
Multi-fuel stove set in a stone chimney breast on a tiled hearth; Radiator; Window to front
Lounge (4.15m x 4.15m)
Multi-fuel stove inset in stone chimney breast with slate hearth; Radiator; Window to front and side
Kitchen / Diner (5.65m x 2.70m)
Range of natural wood base and wall units; 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink; Fitted LPG hob with fitted electric oven below; Extractor fan oven; Tiled splash backs; Quarry tiled floor; Built in pantry; Radiator; Window to side and three windows to rear
Quarry tiled floor; Range of built in storage cupboards; door to conservatory
Utility Room (5.95m x 2.05m)
Range of fitted natural wood base and wall units; Belfast sink; Plumbing for washing machine; Radiator; Tiled splash backs; Quarry tiled floor; door to conservatory; Exterior door to gardens
Conservatory (3.95m x 1.80m)
Windows to rear; Side door to garden; Small wash basin; Radiator; Tiled floor
WC, wash basin and walk-in shower; Radiator; Window to rear
Bedroom 1 (4.00m x 3.30m)
Radiator; Window to side and to front
The utility room, conservatory, hallway, shower room and bedroom 1 lend to the creation of a small annexe offerring independent accommodation.
Window to rear
3 piece white bathroom suite with vanity basin; Separate shower; Heated towel rail; Tiled walls; Wood flooring; Window to rear
Bedroom 2 (3.80m x 2.65m)
Radiator; Window to rear and side
Bedroom 3 (4.10m x 3.55m)
Built-in shelving; Radiator; Window to front; French windows to side
Box Room / Bedroom 4 (1.95m x 1.55m)
Radiator; Window to front.
This would make an ideal en-suite or study.
Bedroom 5 (4.10m x 3.20m)
Part exposed stone wall; Beamed ceiling; Radiator; Window.
There are two main gated driveways leading off the main road into a large parking area at the side of the house.
A pedestrian access from a minor side road that has a car parking space on the road leads into a plot of land where the log chalet is situated. This has two large rooms, a wc and an area which would make a suitable kitchenette. Water and sewage are connected and electricity is plugged in from the main house.
There is a large garden to the front and side, laid mainly to grass with a greenhouse and flower borders.
Across the parking area stands a range of adjoining buildings which include a nissan hut with double doors to one end. Behind this stands a block of stables and next to this a long block and corrugated open barn divided into two.
Accessed across a bailey bridge and vehicle accessible up to the top is 16 acres of woodland. There is 13.46 acres of planted woodland (5.45 hectares) of which 8.40 acres approx is planted Sitka Spruce, 1.6 acres approx Japanese larch (circa 1997) at proposed ratio of 2250 trees/hectare; 1.1 acres of mixed native broad leaves (40% each of Oak and Ash and 10% each of Rowan and Hazel, at a ratio of 1100 trees/hectare) and the remaining 2.34 acres is existing broad leaves.
The woodland has two tracks with the middle track making for magical woodland walks. An electric power line runs through part of the woodland and there is a natural spring. The ruins of the former holding Llyn-y-Gwair stands on the edge of the woodland and measures over 30 metres by 9 metres. There is also a small field and a plot where a six berth static caravan is sited offering a wonderful opportunity to create a self sustaining dwelling.
Offers for this lot are invited at around £124,970.
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