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

£289,500 4 bedrooms

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  • 4 bed detached house
  • Large attic room
  • Peaceful, rural location
  • Far-reaching views
  • Approx 1 acre
  • Easy access to Carmarthen and Newcastle Emlyn
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Brynglas is a detached, traditional house offering 4 bed accommodation over 2 floors with a further attic room above. The property benefits from new uPVC double glazing throughout and a new oil-fired central heating system. The roof has been re-newed and a new bathroom suite has been installed. It now just needs a little interior decoration for finishing off.

The house has gardens to the front and rear and parking to the side. Across the minor country road is a further parking area with log store and a 1 acre paddock. This has been unused for some time and needs some work to return it to good heart.

The property sits alongside a minor country road and enjoys fine views over open countryside. It is within easy striking distance of both Carmarthen and Newcastle Emlyn, but enjoys a peaceful, rural location.

Room details

Front door; radiator; stairs to first floor with cupboard under.

Living Room 12' 10" Max x 15' 1"
Window to front with views over open countryside; radiator; multi-fuel stove on slate hearth, inset in stone chimney breast; exposed ceiling timbers; wooden flooring.

Dining Room 9' 4" x 12' 2"
Window to front with views overlooking open countryside; open fireplace with tiled surround and wooden mantle; book shelving to either side of fireplace; wooden flooring; radiator; exposed ceiling timbers.

Rear Hall
Door and window to rear; radiator; laminate flooring.

White 3 piece bathroom suite; radiator; black and red quarry tiled floor; wood panelling to dado height; window to rear and side; radiator.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room 9' 0" x 20' 6"
Window to front and rear and 2 windows to side with views over open countryside; door to rear; radiator; loft access; oil-fired boiler for central heating and hot water; range of wood-fronted base units with work surfaces over; matching larder unit and wall display units; integrated LPG hob; electric cooker point; one and a half bowl resin sink; red and black quarry tiled floor.

Window to rear; door to enclosed stairway to Attic Room

Bedroom 1 11' 0" x 12' 0" Max
A slightly irregularly shaped room where the staircase to the Attic Room has been taken out of one side.
Window to front; radiator.

Bedroom 2 9' 6" x 12' 0"
Window to front; radiator.

Bedroom 3 9' 6" x 8' 0"
Window to rear; radiator.

Bedroom 4 11' 0" Max x 8' 0"
Airing cupboard in one corner; radiator; window to rear.

Shower Room
Large shower cubicle; white wash hand basin and WC; heated towel rail; window to front; tiled splashbacks.

Attic Room. 28' 1" x 14' 1"
A large space accessed via an enclosed stairway from the landing; rooflight to front; exposed timbers; reduced headroom to sides.
A blank canvas suited to a number of uses (craft room, office space, additional accommodation etc) subject to normal consents and building regulations.

Brynglas sits alongside a minor country road, facing away from the road with far-reaching views over open countryside.

To the side is a parking area, with room for 4 cars. To the front is a lawned garden with mature shrubs and flower borders and a polytunnel.

To the rear of the house is a paved patio area, currently with a fence around part of it for a dog run, and a further garden area. This features shrubs and flowers, slate steps, an ornamental pond and a small wooded area.

The Land
The land lies across the minor country road from the house. There is one area with space for additional parking and a log store. The rest is one enclosure with access from the road. It has mature hedge and tree boundaries. The land has been unused for some time and needs work to restore it to good heart, but offers an ideal opportunity for the purchaser to develop a space exactly to his/her requirements - plenty of room for creating vegetable gardens; keeping chickens; or whatever! A chance to work towards some self-sufficiency.

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