Woodford Green Farm , Ty Mawr, Llanybydder, Carmarthenshire. SA40 9RD
£495,000 2 bedrooms
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- Detached, 2-3 bed bungalow
- Approx. 50 acres land
- Secluded and peaceful location
- Panoramic views
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- Style Detached
- Parking Driveway
Secluded 50 acre smallholding with detached 2 / 3 bed bungalow, general purpose outbuildings, gardens, and panoramic views over peaceful rolling countryside. The property sits well way from the road, with no immediate neighbours and offers flexible accommodation.
The property comprises a central room, which is used as an office and occasional bedroom, from which the other rooms open. However, it would be possible to divide part of this to create a separate room if preferred. There are 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, cloakroom, utility room, living room and large kitchen / dining room. Above all this is a large attic room with rooflight windows and radiators. This would be an ideal playroom or craft space, but could equally be divided into further bedrooms etc. if desired, subject to the normal permissions and consents. All the main living rooms have picture windows to take full advantage of the views over the land and open countryside. The property benefits from a hybrid system for the central heating and hot water, run by an oil boiler and by the woodburning stove in the kitchen / dining room.
Woodford Green is just outside the hamlet of Ty Mawr, a few miles from the village of Llanybydder. Here there is all you need for day to day. The university town of Lampeter is approx 7 miles away with a wider range of shops, banks, cafés etc. The administrative town of Carmarthen is 20 miles away and from here there is easy access via the A48 to the M4.
Oil boiler (linked to same system as woodburning stove in Kitchen / Diner to supply central heating and hot water), plumbing for washing machine, cloak area, front door
WC, wash hand basin, radiator, window to front.
A large open plan room with stairs rising. This is the hub of the house, with the other rooms opening off it and is currently used as a study. However, a division could be erected to create a separate bedroom if desired. Radiator, window to rear.
Kitchen/Diner 23' 7" x 11' 8"
Range of wall and base units with work surfaces over, stainless steel single drainer sink, electric cooker point, wood burning stove (linked to central heating and hot water system along with oil boiler in Utility Room, side entrance door, 2 windows to front and 1 to side, 2 radiators.
Living Room 15' 1" x 11' 8"
Multi fuel stove, 2 radiators, window to side and rear.
Three piece suite comprising wash hand basin, WC and bath; separate shower cubicle with 'Triton' electric power shower; radiator; tiled walls; window to rear.
Bedroom 1 12' 7" x 11' 7"
Window to rear, radiator.
Bedroom 2 11' 8" x 11' 7"
Window to front, radiator.
Attic Room. 48' 0" x 10' 6"
A large space extending the length of the property with boarded cupboards on the entire length of both sides giving massive storage space. 6 Velux windows, 5 radiators. Ideal as a play room (or for model railway). There is a multitude of options for en suite bedrooms etc, subject to necessary planning consent, if required.
The property is approached over a long track (shared for some of its length with other properties) from a 'B' road. The track comes into the side of the property where there is plenty of parking and turning space.
The gardens sit all around the property. These are laid mainly to lawn, with mature shrubs, trees and flower borders. There is a separate vegetable garden, which is currently overgrown. Here, there is a large polytunnel (in need of a new cover).
To the rear of the property is a patio running the length of the bungalow bounded by an ornamental border. To the other side there is a lawned garden and a substantial 5000 gallon pond.
Beyond the front garden lie the outbuildings:
GENERAL PURPOSE OUTHOUSE 13.40m x 3.85m (44' x 12'7") block built and incorporating stable, implement store and hay store.
To the side of this is a further LEAN-TO STABLE 4.9m x 3.65m (16'x 12')
In addition there is a LOG STORE and HAY SHED
The land, which extends to some 50 acres, is on the whole, good quality pasture, mainly gently sloping. There is approx. 12 acres of rougher grazing, of this two large areas are being encouraged back to firewood production, whilst the rest would easily be included or brought back to good grazing. There is also approx. one acre of managed woodland, great to explore and has been used by the family as a campsite. In all, the farm provides all of its firewood requirements.
The land lies largely to three sides of the house.
The land is currently rented out to a local farmer who keeps sheep on it. Water is available to all the fields.
There is a small stream which forms part of the boundary, and in one of the fields is an old quarry establishing well as a large pond.
There are great, far-reaching views over open countryside all around the property.
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