Entrance via front door into:
Kitchen / Living Room
20' 0'' x 13' 6'' (6.1m x 4.11m)
A good sized room with a range of base units with slate work surfaces over, sink/drainer unit, part-glazed French doors to the front, windows to the front, oil-fired Rayburn.
13' 6'' x 12' 8'' (4.11m x 3.86m)
With window to the front, tiled flooring, staircase to first floor, under-stairs storage.
Downstairs Bedroom 2
15' 2'' x 10' 9'' (4.62m x 3.28m)
With tiled flooring, radiator, door out to patio.
With low level flush WC, wash hand basin, panelled bath.
Accessed via reception room and giving access to:
Lounge / Bedroom 3
15' 4'' x 13' 8'' (4.67m x 4.17m)
With window, radiator, door to:
10' 3'' x 8' 1'' (3.12m x 2.46m)
A bright and sunny room with windows around providing plenty of natural light, lovely views over the valley, French doors out to garden.
9' 8'' x 7' 8'' (2.95m x 2.34m)
With Velux roof window, bath with shower over, wash hand basin, WC, pine storage cupboards, radiator.
9' 8'' x 9' 3'' (2.95m x 2.82m)
With lovely original windows with shutters, built-in wardrobes.
Kitchen / Diner
19' 6'' x 14' 9'' (5.94m x 4.50m)
Wall and base units, window to front, hob, cooker, sink with drainer, space for fridge, wooden floors, beamed ceiling, stable door leading to rear garden.
The property is approached via the impressive Victorian Gothic archway at the top of the track. There are lovely large mature gardens surrounded by woodland.
The Detached Barn
60' 6'' x 15' 9'' (18.44m x 4.79m)
A superb large detached stone barn ripe for conversion (planning given in 2006 but now lapsed) set in a lovely rural position and accessed via a shared track with a handful of other houses nearby. The setting is quite enchanting with no road noise and walking distance to a pretty stone church. When viewing the property the owner can show you the plans for conversion that were originally agreed if this were of interest. Lots of possibilities here.
Viewings: Strictly via appointment with the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales or our sister company, The Smallholding Centre.
Services: Mains water, private drainage (biodigester septic tank), mains electricity and oil fired central heating.
Council Tax: Band D, Carmarthenshire County Council
From Cardigan, take the A478 Narberth/Tenby road, past Crymych and continue to Glandy Cross, take the left hand turn here signposted Llanglydwen. Follow this road until you reach a T junction, turn left here. Continue on this road for approx. 1.5 miles, you will see the Arch way on your right hand side. Go through the Arch and then on down the track, past Church, keeping to the right and on down past split keeping right until you see Dolwilym House & Barn on your right, denoted by our For Sale board.
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