- DETACHED HOUSE
- FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- RURAL LOCATION
- OFF ROAD PARKING
- BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED
- TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
- REAR GARDEN
- WITHIN EASY REACH OF CARMARTHEN
- EPC RATING: D
The property offers many character features including wood beams, exposed stone walls and wood burners yet with a modern twist. The extension to the side has been sympathetically done to ensure it feels in keeping with the rest of the house and offers an amazing living space with doors out onto the garden.
The property briefly comprises; a utility room with access from the driveway as well as the garden, very good for muddy feet or paws. Entering from the utility you have a downstairs shower room off to the right and the open-plan kitchen/diner ahead, which has had a new kitchen fitted in 2022 and is a beautiful addition to the property. You also have a separate lounge/cwtch with wood burning stove and the main living room which is situated in the extension with wood burning stove and patio doors onto the garden. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, with so much character and charm as well as the family bathroom.
Externally there is a driveway with off-road parking for multiple vehicles and a separate garage/storage shed. The property sits on a 0.34-acre plot and the garden runs to the side of the house. The garden currently is divided up into different sections, perfect for enjoying the good life with chickens, vegetable patches and sheds/outbuildings as well as a patio and lawned area. The garden really offers something for everyone and is a fantastic space to enjoy with the family or sit back, relax and enjoy your morning cup of coffee overlooking the lawn and mature trees. There is plenty of scope for those looking for a garden studio or a glamping pod, subject to the relevant planning, within the garden.
The County town of Carmarthen lays claim to being the oldest town in Wales, boasting a strong Roman heritage dating back to AD c75. Situated on the River Towy eight miles north of its mouth at Carmarthen Bay, the town is the location of the headquarters of Dyfed Powys Police, the Carmarthen Campus of The University of Wales, Trinity Saint David and The West Wales General Hospital. The town is well served by numerous primary schools and two secondary schools offering education through the medium of Welsh and English. The former cattle market in the heart of the town has undergone massive regeneration and the new shopping centre now houses most high street names, a Vue Cinema complex, restaurants, bars, and a multi-storey car park. The town is also served by direct intercity trains from West Wales to London.
VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.
TENURE: We are advised Freehold
SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.
TAX: Band F
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