As can be seen from the pictures the house is now quite cluttered with various household items so bear in mind when viewing that you're not buying the clutter but a 34 acre privately situated smallholding with outbuildings, character features, superb views, conversion potential on the outbuildings and is ripe for a new energetic owner to come along and lift the holding to the next level.
Entrance via stable-style door into:
With cupboard space and door into:
9' 5'' x 13' 4'' (2.88m x 4.07m)
With a superb inglenook fireplace with wood-burning stove, radiator, window to the front, slate slab flooring, beamed ceiling, opening into:
6' 2'' x 11' 0'' (1.89m x 3.35m)
With two windows to rear, Velux roof window, a range of wall and base units, stainless steel sink/drainer unit, radiator.
13' 0'' x 13' 3'' (3.95m x 4.04m)
With two windows to the front, 2 radiators, staircase to first floor, fireplace with wood-burning stove in situ.
With Velux roof window to rear, second window to rear, low level flush WC, shortened bathtub with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator.
Study / Bedroom 3
6' 8'' x 11' 2'' (2.02m x 3.40m)
With window to rear, double doors out to gardens, Velux roof window to rear, radiator.
Accessed via staircase in sitting room and giving access to:
14' 0'' x 13' 1'' (4.26m x 4m) into recess
With exposed "A" frames, 2 windows to the front, Velux roof window to rear, storage cupboards and wardrobes, radiator.
12' 4'' x 8' 5'' (3.76m x 2.56m)
With exposed "A" frame, window to front, radiator, wardrobe space.
There is just under 34 acres of land all in which is a mixture of approx 50% pastureland and 50% woodland, the woodland generally slopes down towards the stream as can be seen from the enclosed land plan.
The pastureland is generally flat to gently sloping and the whole smallholding is split into 8 enclosures.
We are advised by the current owner that the larger of the two stone outbuildings onsite may have previously been another house in the past so this could have a positive outcome in terms of any future consents for conversion.
The second smaller stone unit is currently used as a tractor/ implement shed.
There is also a fairly new 20ft container onsite, currently used as a workshop, as well as a partially ruined timber former poultry unit which of course would provide substantial amounts of structural timber and/or firewood.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment via the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales or our sister company, The Smallholding Centre.
Services: Mains electricity, private Water - borehole, (option for mains), private drainage, septic tank, central heating fired by solid fuel & air source heat pump.
Council Tax: Band D, Carmarthenshire County Council
From Newcastle Emlyn take the B4333 towards Cynwyl Elfed, go past the 3 big wind turbines, pass the picnic area on the right and before the dip in the road turn left next to a layby. Follow this road for 0.7 of a mile and the track to this property is the first track on the right (almost opposite another track to BlaenBran). It is a shared track with another property called 'Pant Y Bara'. Go down the track, turn left and Llwynbeili is at the end.