Y Bwthyn , Crugcynfarch, Velindre, Llandysul, Carmarthenshire. SA44 5XS

£205,000 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms

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  • 3 / 4 bed barn conversion
  • Far-reaching views over open countryside
  • Large garden
  • Veg plot and small orchard
  • Courtyard setting with just 2 neighbours
  • Peaceful, rural location
  • Approx 0.25 acres in total
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Y Bwthyn is a 3 / 4 bed barn conversion retaining many traditional features and benefiting from a large garden of approx. 0.25 acre. It sits at the top of a small courtyard with just 2 neighbours and enjoys far-reaching views over open countryside.

Briefly, the accommodation comprises a hall, living room, large kitchen / dining room, bathroom and a bedroom / study on the ground floor, with a further 3 bedrooms and a shower room on the first floor. The property benefits from double glazing and LPG central heating and has modern bathrooms and kitchen; yet it retains a wealth of traditional features such as exposed timbers and a slate hearth so it has a cosy feel of character.

The property is located on a small courtyard just outside the hamlet of Cwmpengraig and about 2 miles from the village of Drefach Felindre. Here you will find all the amenities for day to day living: school, church; public house; local shops etc. The bustling market town of Newcastle Emlyn is some 4.5 miles distant and the administrative centre of Carmarthen is about a 30 minute drive away. From here there is easy access to the A48 and on to the M4.

Room details

Porch

Hall
Red quarry tiled floor; storage cupboard; radiator; exposed ceiling timbers

Kitchen/Diner 17' 11" x 16' 3"
L-shaped room with depth narrowing to 3m;
Extensive range of wall and base units; stainless steel sink; space for range-style cooker with electric and LPG connections; tiled splash backs; plumbing and space for washing machine; red quarry tiled floor; exposed ceiling timbers; part vaulted ceiling; 2 windows to front; 2 radiators

Rear Hall
Central heating boiler; windows to side and rear; door to rear

Bathroom
Window to rear; heated towel rail/radiator; white WC, wash hand basin and bath with mixer attachment; separate shower cubicle; tiled floor; tiled walls

Bedroom 4 / Study 10' 4" x 8' 0"
Window to rear; radiator; exposed ceiling timbers

Living Room 13' 11" x 16' 7"
Picture window to front plus window to side and rear, all with stone sills; woodburning stove on slate hearth; stairs to first floor; exposed ceiling timbers; radiator

Landing

Bedroom 1 19' 8" x 12' 10"
L-shaped room with width narrowing to 2.85m
Window to side and rooflight to rear; radiator; exposed ceiling timbers; part sloping ceilings with some reduced headroom; 1 wood panelled wall

Bedroom 2 7' 7" x 19' 6"
Window to side and rooflight to rear; radiator; loft hatch

Bedroom 3 11' 0" x 9' 4"
Rooflight to front; radiator

Shower Room 7' 9" x 7' 5"
White WC and vanity unit; shower cubicle; heated towel rail/radiator; rooflight to rear

Externally
The property is approached via a shared track from the minor country lane. This track leads to the middle of a courtyard, around which are 3 character properties. Y Bwthyn sits at the top of the courtyard and enjoys fine views over open countryside: there is a seating area at the front of the property where you can sit with a coffee to fully appreciate the rural tranquility.

At the bottom of the courtyard, there is a strip of land for parking and a small area of land, mostly left for wildlife, which is home to the septic tank.

There is a small lawned area to the front of the house and a paved patio to the rear.

The gardens rise up gently behind and to the side of the house. They are split into two distinct areas. The first is gently sloping and comprises a small orchard with apple and plum trees and a couple of raised vegetable beds. To one side is a path with storage shed and log store area. The path leads to a further garden at the top. This is flat and fully enclosed. There is a seating area with wildlife pond; additional raised vegetable beds and a 10' x 8' greenhouse. There are fine views from here over the courtyard and beyond over rolling countryside.

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