Belvoir are delighted to offer for sale this character Barn conversion with 14 acres of grazing land, stabling, ménage and additional barn, which (subject to planning) could be converted to a dwelling. Having originally been built in 1800 and having been sympathetically converted in early 2000's into a beautiful family home. Elevated above the Carmarthehshire countryside complete with open countryside views, freshwater stream fed from local springs, this home offers peace and tranquillity away from the hustle and bustle of City life. A short 5-minute drive to the A48 (an extension of the M4 Motorway) gives access to Cross Hands out of town shopping development with its many diverse national shopping outlets. Travelling west is the main town of Carmarthen with its super stores, cinema complex, restaurants and bars, headquarters of Dyfed Powys Police, University of Wales (Carmarthenshire campus) and West Wales General Hospital are allocated just on the fringe of the town of Carmarthen. Travelling East on the M4 approximately 16 miles is the city of Swansea with its renowned university and the Gower Peninsula which was designated as the UK's first area of outstanding natural beauty.
Viewing is essential to appreciate both the stunning location and proximity to the major transport links.
Briefly comprising, hallway with cloaks, utility room, kitchen diner elevated dining room, large family lounge with log burner and designated office/ study area. To the lower ground floor, three bedrooms, two with en-suite shower rooms and separate family bathroom
Entrance Hall: Accessed via uPVC stable door into hallway, tiled flooring, split stairs lead to lower ground floor, and upper floor. ceiling down-lights, doors to lounge, kitchen and door to:
Cloakroom: Tiled floor, tiled walls, extractor fan, low level w/c, wash hand basin, extractor fan, radiator.
Utility room: Glazed door leading from kitchen, uPVC window to rear, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Storage cupboards.
Kitchen/ Diner: Tiled floor, vaulted ceilings, down-lights, uPVC window to rear range of quality base and wall units under granite work-surface, inset Belfast ceramic sink with mono bloc tap, free standing American fridge/ freezer, integrated dishwasher, Induction hob with extractor fan over, built in double oven. uPVC door to rear patio area. Built in dresser unit with glazed doors and shelving inset lighting. Free standing breakfast bar with inset marble top. Steps lead up to a mezzanine formal dining area and are bounded by glass panelling. Double timber glazed doors open into
Family lounge: A character room the pine end wall forming the main feature of the room, two uPVC glazed windows either side of the central wood burner are separated by a large oak beam. Laminate flooring and vaulted ceiling with down-lights and Velux windows complete the room. Glazed door leads out onto the:
Elevated hallway: leading from the family lounge and down onto the main hallway, this space has been cleverly utilized to incorporate an office space.
Lower Ground Floor Hallway: With doors leading to three bedrooms, double cupboard with shelving, additional hanging space and radiator.
Family bathroom: Fully tiled, panelled bath, wash hand basin, chrome towel rail, extractor fan.
Bedroom Three: uPVC window to rear, laminate flooring, radiator.
Bedroom Two: uPVC barn style door to rear, carpeted, radiator. Door to:
En-Suite Shower Room: Fully tiled, walk in glazed shower unit with chrome power shower, wash hand basin, WC, Radiator, uPVC window to rear, extractor fan.
Master Bedroom: uPVC window and barn style door to front, carpeted flooring, radiator, mirrored fitted wardrobes with hanging and storage space, cleverly disguised sliding mirror door opening into:
En-Suite Shower Room: Fully tiled, wall in glazed shower unit with power shower, wash hand basin, WC, uPVC window to rear. Extractor unit.
External: the property is accessed by a private driveway with ample parking for several vehicles. Multi-level lawn and patio areas, offering wonderful valley view’s making Al fresco entertaining a must. The remaining 14 acres are located south east of the barn. The majority of the fields are bounded by natural hedging and an elevated ménage offers breath taking open countryside views. In addition, there are numerous outbuildings to include quality:
Brick Built Stable block: comprising of 6 stables, 1 tack room, 1 washroom/additional stable, with hot & cold running water, double wooden kennels, additional: outdoor elevated menage 20 m x 40m with breath taking open countryside views.
Separate Storage Barn: The main roof of the barn has been refurbished with new timber and slates, is of solid stone construction This building (over two floors) is currently used as machinery storage and (subject to planning regulations) could be converted and would make a great rental investment/ office space/ workroom/ granny annexe. A neat little cottage garden has been created to the side of the barn.
Additional Information: The lane adjacent to the main house and storage barn is in the ownership of 'The Barn', however, access in perpetuity has been granted to the neighbouring farmhouse.
DISCLAIMER: We would like to point out that all measurements, floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs may be taken with a wide angled/zoom lens), and dimensions, shapes and precise locations may differ to those set out in these sales particulars which are approximate and intended for guidance purposes only.
These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but most satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firm’s employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property.
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EPC rating: C.