Penygraig , Pencader, Carmarthenshire. SA39 9AG
£399,000 4 bedrooms
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- 4 bed house set in approx. 13 acres
- Two further stone barns with lots of potential
- One has had planning for conversion
- One with studio and overspill accommodation
- Main house has potential for an annexe
- The land is a mix of grazing and woodland
- Quiet, rural location
Penygraig is a 13 acre holding featuring a 4 bed house in need of some modernisation. The house has the potential to include an annexe. Close to the house stand two further stone barns. One has had permission to convert to a further residence, whilst the other comprises an art studio with work room / store plus additional overspill accommodation. The property has loads of potential for a variety of uses.
The house has large gardens and the land is a mixture of grazing land and woodland and includes a stream. The whole is set in a quiet rural location off a country road. However, the local villages of Llandysul and Pencader are just a short distance away. Llandysul benefits from a new school, a range of independent shops, a supermarket, Post Office, vets and a leisure centre - everything one needs for day to day living. There is also easy access to Carmarthen (approx. 20 minutes).
The farmhouse sits on one side of a yard comprising the house and the two stone barns. It is of traditional construction and comprises:
Porch 10' 2" x 7' 9"
With 2 external doors
Kitchen 13' 11" x 10' 10"
Range of fitted cupboards and shelves; Stainless steel sink; Plumbing for washing machine; Solid fuel range serving central heating, hot water and cooking; LPG cooker point; Beamed ceiling; Quarry tiled floor; Window to front and rear.
Living Room 14' 7" x 13' 11"
Multi-fuel stove on slate hearth; Beamed ceiling; Radiator; Window to front.
Dining Room 14' 7" x 13' 11"
Beamed ceiling; Stairs rise; Radiator; Window and front door.
Window to rear.
Bedroom 1 / Study 12' 4" x 7' 9"
Fitted shelves; Radiator; Roof light to rear.
WC, basin and shower; Roof light to rear.
Radiator; Two windows to front.
Bedroom 2 14' 7" x 10' 0"
Radiator; Window to front; Door to:
Sun Room 15' 3" x 14' 3"
Multi-fuel stove on slate hearth; Vaulted ceiling with roof lights; Glazed door to each end.
Bedroom 3 10' 6" x 10' 6"
Radiator; Window to rear.
Three piece bathroom suite in white; Built-in linen cupboard.
Bedroom 4 14' 5" x 11' 4"
Radiator; Window to front and side overlooking garden.
The property sits on a quiet country lane. A driveway from the lane runs into the yard to the front of the house. There is plenty of parking and turning space.
The drive continues through the yard and out to a second entrance.
To the far side of the house from the studio is a large, sheltered garden. Laid mainly to lawns, this offers the keen gardener lots of scope. The garden is bordered by some of the woodland belonging to the property.
Behind the barn opposite the house there is also a large garden area. Again this is laid mainly to grass.
Barn which has had planning for conversion
Opposite the main house stands a stone barn. This has had planning in place for residential use and would make an excellent holiday let if desired. It is two storeys with a good beams and floorboards on the upper floor. Overall, the barn measures approx. 14.75m x 4.5m internally (48' x 14'9) It has its own garden space to the rear, away from the house and also separate parking, again away from the house.
On the end of the barn is a lean-to car port.
At the top of the yard, at right angles to the main house is the second stone barn. This has been converted into an art studio and work space to one end and a small overspill suite on the other providing guest or perhaps separate teenager accommodation.
The main studio measures 6.45m x 4.35m (21'2 x 14'3). It has a mezzanine storage loft over one end. To the other is a log burning stove. It has a slate tiled floor and a range of fitted shelves. The vaulted ceiling incorporates 4 roof lights providing lots of daylight.
Beyond the studio is a workroom / store room measuring approx. 3.25m x 2.35m (10'8 x 7'8). This has a quarry tiled floor and mezzanine storage space and includes a bath for the disabled. Again, the vaulted ceiling incorporates a roof light.
Next to the work room is a space which was intended to be for a shower area. This leads into a part of the barn divided off by a door:
Beyond this is additional accommodation consisting of a small living room, a kitchen and above, a mezzanine sleeping platform.
If further accommodation is required, then this barn has plenty of potential for conversion, subject to consent. Equally, it would make very good office space, workshop etc., etc.
In addition to the two big barns, behind the house is a large woodshed and to one side of the studio, a small stone shed.
The land is located on two sides of the house and yard. It is a mixture of grazing and woodland. Some of the woodland is quite steep, but most of the grazing is gently sloping. It is roughly split 50 / 50 with the whole of the property extending to 13 acres (TBC). There is a small wildlife pond on the land. In the corner of a large garden is a poly-tunnel and a young orchard. We are advised that no chemicals have been used on the land for the last 22 years.
The woodland is a mix of mature deciduous trees and some regenerative wood. There are areas which could be cleared up to provide extra grazing if required.
To the South of the land is the lane and to the North is an old railway track, now long disused.
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