Pen-ffynnon , Llangeler, Llandysul, Carmarthenshire. SA44 5EY
£590,000 6 bedrooms
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- Smallholding with lots of buildings, approx. 12 acres
- Offering plenty of commercial potential
- 4 bed detached house
- Separate, self-contained 2 bed annexe
- Plenty of useful outbuildings, many of stone construction
- Former cafe / tea rooms which could be re-established
- Caravan and Camping Club certified site
- Good location
- Additional information
- Style Detached
Pen-ffynnon is a 12 acre holding offering huge potential as a commercial premises or as a residential holding with or without income. It features a detached, traditional 4 bed house in need of some modernisation, a recently built 2 bed bungalow kitted out for disabled use, a range of stone outbuildings round a courtyard, a corrugated barn, double garage / workshop, two useful wooden chalets/studios, a Caravan and Camping Club Certified Site with electric hook ups and a couple of hard standing pitches, plus a further building adjoining the main house which has been a tea rooms / shop but could convert to further accommodation. There is also a large car park. This property is ideal for a wide range of uses, it needs to be viewed!
Kitchen / Breakfast Room 19' 0" x 9' 4"
Belfast sink; Electric cooker point; Built-in larder; Window to rear; Rayburn range (unused); Tiled floor.
Boot Room 12' 0" x 7' 5"
Attached to the rear of the property, the boot room is half of the old garage. It has a sink with hot and cold water and a radiator.
White three piece bathroom suite; Large shower cubicle; Tiled splash backs; Tiled floor; Central heating boiler; Plumbing for washing machine; Window to rear and side; Radiator.
Living Room 14' 3" x 13' 1"
Multi-fuel stove on tiled hearth; Stone chimney breast; Display cupboard to side of chimney; Under stairs cupboard; Radiator; Window to front
Stairs rise; Front door
Dining Room 12' 10" x 10' 8"
Open fireplace (non-functioning); Radiator; Window to front
Bedroom 1 12' 10" x 10' 8"
Window to front; Radiator
Bedroom 2 10' 6" x 9' 6"
Window to side; Radiator; This room has some limited headroom to one side
WC and basin; Radiator; Window to rear; Limited head room
Bedroom 3 12' 6" x 9' 4"
Window to side; Radiator; Some limited head room
Bedroom 4 12' 2" x 12' 10"
Window to front; Radiator
Office 6' 1" x 4' 3"
Window to front. This might make an en suite shower room for bedroom 4
Set to the rear and one side of the main house is a recently completed bungalow / annexe. This is kitted out with disabled access very much in mind. It has its own garden.
Utility Room 13' 0" x 5' 9"
Plumbing for washing machine; Sink unit; Central heating boiler; Radiator; Window to rear; Exterior door to side
Radiator; Rear door
Bedroom 5 13' 0" x 11' 6"
Radiator; Window to front
An en suite wet room providing a shower, WC and wash basin
Bedroom 6 8' 4" x 8' 0"
Radiator; Window to front
WC, basin and bath; Radiator; Tiled splash backs; Window to rear
Living Room / Kitchenette 17' 7" x 10' 4"
Range of fitted base and wall units to one end; 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink; Fitted hob; Tiled splash backs; Radiator; French doors to side; Window to front and side
The property sits alongside the A484 Newcastle Emlyn to Carmarthen road, about 5 miles from Newcastle Emlyn. Commercially speaking, it is ideally suited for passing traffic and easy to find. From the road, an entrance leads into an area of hard standing, giving plenty of room to park and turn vehicles of all sizes.
From here there is access to the main house and to the camping field.
The house has a sheltered front garden laid mainly to lawn with a wildlife pond.
The property comes with a host of useful outbuildings, many of them stone with potential for conversion for a range of uses (subject to consent).
Attached to one side of the house is a large single storey building measuring approx. 7.9m x 6.96m (26' x 22'10). This was formerly used as a CAFE and SHOP and is still suited to such use. Attached to the side of this is a toilet and shower block. The toilets were for use by both cafe customers and also by anyone staying on the camp site who could still gain access after the cafe closed, via a separate entrance.
To the rear of the house is attached a former garage. This has been divided into two, half forming the boot room. The remaining space offers storage etc. and measures approx. 3.7m x 3.4m (12'2 x 11')
Behind the main house, there is a courtyard with two stone ranges forming two sides of it (the house and bungalow form the other two sides).
At right angles to the house the first range consists of a single Stone Barn measuring approx. 14.95m x 4.25m (49' x 14') internally. This has a tiled floor and power connected.
On the front of the barn, to one end is a Lean-to (probably the former dairy) which measures approx. 4.05m x 2.4m (13'3 x 7'10).
Opposite the back of the house stands a longer Stone Range which is divided into 3.
The first section measures approx. 6m x 3.4m (19'7 x 11'2)
The second section 8.9m x 4.35m (29'2 x 14'3)
The third section 3.3m x 4.35m (10'10 x 14'3)
It is a single storey range with power and water attached.
Behind this range stands a corrugated Hay Barn with a lean-to either side.
There is also a Double Garage / Workshop which stands close to the hay barn, this is divided into two and measures 7.5m x 6.45m overall (24'7 x 21'2)
Close to this also stand two wooden chalet style buildings, one a craft workshop and one a music studio
From the parking area, there is access to one of three enclosure of land. Two of the fields measure approx. 5 acres each and one measures approx. 2 acres.
Set to one side of the parking area is the camping area. This is a sheltered area used as a Caravan and Camping Club certified site. It has a number of electric hook-ups. The campers have access to the toilets / showers to the side of the former cafe.
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