Entrance via UPVC double-glazed door into:
Kitchen / Diner
16' 4'' x 10' 6'' (4.97m x 3.21m)
With window to side, a good range of wall and base units, 1.5 bowl sink/drainer unit, oil-fired Stanley range set in a stone inglenook, ceramic hob, slate slab flooring, exposed beams, radiator, door to;
With door out to rear, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge, door into:
With window to rear, wash hand basin, low level flush WC.
16' 6'' x 12' 1'' (5.04m x 3.68m)
With one window to the front and another to side, door out to front, lovely exposed stone fireplace with oil-fired wood-burning effect stove, slate slab flooring, staircase to first floor, radiator, door into:
9' 10'' x 12' 1'' (3.0m x 3.68m)
With window to the front, oil-fired wood-burning effect stove, radiator.
Accessed via staircase in lounge and giving access to:
With steps up to attic room and water tank storage room, window to the front and doors off to all rooms including:
12' 0'' x 10' 1'' (3.67m x 3.07m)
With window to the front providing superb far-reaching views, window to side, feature fireplace with cast iron insert and timber surround, radiator.
10' 4'' x 12' 4'' (3.14m x 3.75m)
With window to the front, again with views, exposed wooden flooring.
10' 6'' x 11' 0'' (3.19m x 3.35m)
With window to side, built-in wardrobes, radiator.
With shelving and radiator.
With window to side, panelled bath with shower over with rail & curtain, built-in airing cupboard, low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator,
The land is predominantly located to the right hand side of the house (as looked at from the roadway) and is accessed via a gated trackway off the lane to the house and reaches down to the main road on one side (see land plan)
The land is gently to steeply sloping generally with some smaller flatter areas near and around the house. Most of the land is reverting to wild as it hasn't been cut or grazed for sometime now but is perfectly ready to put sheep, pigs or goats on as they would love it.
The 2 main outbuildings with this holding have masses of conversion potential (subject to any consents required) and the views over the valley are sublime.
So with a little work and a general tidy up of the land by some energetic new owners you'd have a lovely place, set well back off the road, superb views and with no immediate neighbours.
From Carmarthen go along the A484 to Cynwyl Elfed. In Cynwyl Elfed continue along towards Cwmduad (don't take the left towards Hermon) and continue on this road for 1 mile. You will then see a turning on the right sign posted towards Llanpumpsaint with a bus stop on the right and the entrance to Pant Yr Haidd is opposite the bus stop, clearly sign posted on the left.
PLEASE NOTE: 2 LOCAL FARMERS HAVE A RIGHT OF ACCESS OVER THE LANE TO THE HOUSE TO GET TO FIELDS BEHIND THE SMALLHOLDING.
Please note: There is a bridle path which goes up the access lane and then away over someone elses field.
Viewings: Strictly via the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales or our sister company, The Smallholding Centre.
Services: Mains electricity, private water (spring), private drainage (septic tank), oil-fired central heating.
Council Tax: Band E, Carmarthenshire County Council (2021/22 - £2040.66)