Ysgubor , Cwmpengraig, Velindre, Llandysul, Carmarthenshire. SA44 5XS

£295,000 3 bedrooms

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Bedroom 1 Bedroom 1
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Bedroom 3Bedroom 3
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  • 3 bed barn conversion
  • Approx. 10 acres mainly of pasture
  • Wooden stables
  • Rural location well off the road
  • Lovely far reaching views
  • Easy access to shops, schools etc.
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Ysgubor is a 3 bed barn conversion with approx. 10 acres, mainly pasture, with stables, sheds etc. It is set well off the road in a quiet rural location which it shares with two neighbouring properties. It has good views over open countryside and there is good walking in the immediate vicinity.

The accommodation includes a through kitchen / dining room, living room, bathroom, porch, hallway and conservatory on the ground floor with 3 bedrooms and a shower room on the first floor. It benefits from LPG central heating and recently fitted double glazing throughout. The property maintains many original features with exposed stone walls, exposed beams and timbers etc.

The property is a short distance from the village of Cwmpengraig. This is just a couple of miles from the somewhat larger village of Drefach Felindre, which has a post office, shop, primary school, public house etc. It is an easy trip from here, by car or by bus, to the bustling market town of Newcastle Emlyn, which benefits from a secondary school, leisure centre, banks etc.

Room details

Porch
Front door; shelving; windows to 2 sides; concrete floor;

Hall
Exposed beams; wall lights; cupboard housing LPG central heating boiler; Karndean flooring; window to front

Bathroom 8' 4" x 6' 1"
White WC, wash hand basin and bath; shower over bath; radiator; towel rail; wall cupboard; mirror over basin; tiled floor and walls; frosted window to rear

Kitchen/Diner 11' 0" x 22' 4"
Dining Area:Exposed beams; window to Conservatory; wall lights; radiator
Kitchen Area: Range of fitted base and wall units with concealed lighting; stainless steel sink unit; spot lights; Cooker point with extractor hood over; plumbing for washing machine; radiator; beamed ceiling; stable door to Conservatory

Conservatory 16' 5" x 10' 0"
Radiator; gas-fired wall heater; exposed stone wall

Living Room 16' 5" x 12' 6"
Feature Inglenook-style fireplace with exposed stonework and beam over, with wood burner; exposed beams; window to side and rear; Karndean flooring; wall lights; feature alcove; radiator; stairs to first floor

First Floor

Landing
Access to partially boarded loft space

Bedroom 1 17' 1" x 12' 8"
Exposed A frame timbers; window and roof light to front and window to side with stunning views over open countryside; wall lights and spot lights; radiator

Bedroom 2 10' 10" x 8' 2"
Window and roof light to front; exposed beams; radiator; spot lights

Bedroom 3 17' 1" x 11' 2"
Exposed A frame timbers; Window to side and window and roof light to rear; wall lights and spot lights; radiator; access to useful roof storage space

Shower Room
WC; wash hand basin; shower cubicle; roof light to rear; radiator; storage space

Externally
The property is approached over a hard-surfaced track from the country road. This track leads to a small courtyard, around which Ysgubor and its two neighbours are grouped. To the front of Ysgubor is parking space for 3 vehicles. The gardens lie to the rear of the house and the land is to the sides. The conversion has been carried out in such a way that the property faces away from the neighbours and thus there is plenty of privacy.

The gardens are laid to lawns with mature shrubs and flower borders but also include a couple of garden Sheds with electricity connected, a Log Store and a Chicken House

The Land
The land lies to the sides and rear of the property and includes two enclosures of pasture and a turnout paddock. The land is generally well fenced

The land slopes down to a belt of woodland in the valley, which offers a good source of free fuel. A central track gives access to the land and to the woods and makes a lovely walk to and along the river at the bottom of the valley.

In all, the smallholding extends to approximately 10 acres. It features a small, spring fed pond. It is ideal for anyone with horses or looking to run a smallholding.

The Outbuildings
Beyond the garden, and accessed via a lane from the yard, lies a timber Stable Block. This comprises three 12' x 12' stables, two tack rooms / feed stores and a hay barn.

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