Llanfynydd, Carmarthen

£425,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Situated in an elevated position in the village of Llanfynydd, Ffynnon Gro is a four-bedroom, detached Victorian family home. The accommodation briefly comprises; Entrance Hall, WC, Utility Room, Kitchen/Breakfast/Sun Room, Open-Plan Living/Dining Room which is currently used as a living room with sitting area, Study and Conservatory on the ground floor. The Master Bedroom, Shower Room, Family Bathroom and Three further Bedrooms are all situated on the first floor.

With far-reaching views over the valley, the plot covers approximately 1.865 acres and is split into numerous areas, with a Detached Double Garage, Ample Off-Road Parking, Log Store, Three Sheds and a Glass House. The grounds to the rear of the property are tiered with steps leading up to a Vegetable Garden featuring 6 raised beds, Tiered Planting into the rock face, 4 Lawned Areas, and a Paved Patio Area. Across the road, at the front of the property, the grounds are mainly laid to lawn with mature fruit trees and an established soft fruit garden, the land is bordered by the River Sannan and a public footpath.

Llanfynydd is an historic village with a Church and two Chapels and a public house situated approximately 7 miles from the picturesque town of Llandeilo. Nestled in the Towy valley and on the edge of the imposing Brecon Beacons you will find the market town of Llandeilo. Llanfynydd is 4 miles from the Community Shop and Post Office at Dryslwyn, where you will also find other services, including a Garage, Hairdressers and Dance Studio. Llanfynydd is 11 Miles East of Carmarthen Town.

Llanfynydd is an historic village with a Church and two Chapels and a public house situated approximately 7 miles from the picturesque town of Llandeilo. Nestled in the Towy valley and on the edge of the imposing Brecon Beacons you will find the market town of Llandeilo. This vibrant cosmopolitan town draws people in with its independent shops, vibrant pubs and restaurants, delis and butchers and local beauty spots. The town has its famous Dinefwr estate with beautiful walks and National Trust house which hosts many events and celebrations. The town is full of places to discover and there are always events in the community centre and throughout the town. For Children, there is a local primary and secondary school, clubs and societies and nurseries. Llanfynydd is 4 miles from the Community Shop and Post Office at Dryslwyn, where you will also find other services, including a Garage, Hairdressers and Dance Studio. Llanfynydd is 11 Miles East of Carmarthen Town.

Hallway

1.41m x 3.73m (4'7 x 12'2 )

WC

0.89m x 1.77m (2'11 x 5'9 )

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

6.17m x 4.33m (20'2 x 14'2 )

Utility Room

1.83m x 3.73m (6'0 x 12'2 )

Living/Dining Room

7.50m x 4.07m (5.55m max) (24'7 x 13'4 (18'2 ma

Study

2.66m x 3.74m (8'8 x 12'3 )

Conservatory

2.57m x 4.34m (8'5 x 14'2 )

Top Landing

0.97m x 6.30m (3'2 x 20'8 )

Bedroom 2

2.96m (4.56m max) x 1.97m (4.09m max) (9'8 (14'11

Bathroom

1.80m x 2.61m (5'10 x 8'6 )

Bedroom 3

2.88m x 4.06m (9'5 x 13'3 )

Bedroom 4

2.49m x 3.76m (8'2 x 12'4 )

Rear Landing

0.99m x 4.60m (3'2 x 15'1 )

Master Bedroom

3.87m x 3.69m (12'8 x 12'1 )

Shower Room

2.60m x 1.54m (8'6 x 5'0 )

We Say

The opportunity has arisen to purchase this well presented four bedroom detached family home. The property sits in a plot of approximately 1.366 acres with an additional approximately 0.499 acres across the road to the front of the property. Boasting an elevated position Ffynnon Gro overlooks the village and countryside of Llanfynydd, about a 15-minute drive from the bright market town of Llandeilo.

Benefitting from oil central heating, Ffynnon Gro has an abundance of character and charm, with many period features including tiled and parquet flooring and stained glass window and door.

Come On In

Step up to the rear of the property and enter through the back door into the Hallway with its period quarry tiles inviting you in, if the living room door is open you are able to see all the way through the property and out to the countryside beyond.

With doors leading to the Open Plan Kitchen/Breakfast Room, with its Sun Room feel this space benefits from a range of fitted base and wall units, range cooker, and a large dresser adding to the country feel. There is a WC and Utility Room with further fitted units, a double Belfast sink and extra worktop space. Through to the Open Plan living room, with two bay windows, parquet and period tile flooring, and two feature fireplaces this versatile space is currently used as a sitting room and lounge. Through the living room into the Study, and out into the Conservatory, nestled into the cliff with far-reaching views to the front, this calm space is ideal for whiling away the hours with French doors opening onto a quarry tiled patio.

Up the stairs in the living room, you will find the Master Bedroom with a built-in wardrobe storage system and dual aspect windows, one overlooking the tiered rear garden and the other overlooking the countryside at the front of the property. There is a Shower Room, with a shower cubicle, WC, basin, vanity unit and built-in storage, the Family Bathroom with a period suite, tiles and stained glass window and a further Three Double Bedrooms situated on this floor.

Step Outside

The delightful garden is divided into various areas: To the rear of the property the garden is tiered with some planting nestled into the rocks, there are four lawned areas, two with far-reaching views over the valley. There is a paved patio area, a glasshouse and two sheds, one of which is set up for ornithology purposes. The garden has mature trees, borders and plant beds and if you venture through the archway in the stone wall, you will also find the vegetable garden with its six raised beds.

Across the road to the front of the property, there is a sloped driveway leading to an area for ample off-road parking, a Double Garage/Workshop 8.23m x 5.79m, Log Store and Shed. The land beyond the garage is mainly laid to lawn, with mature apple trees of different varieties, Plum Tree and a central soft fruit garden, including redcurrant, black currant, and red gooseberry bushes. The River Sannan runs accross the bottom of the garden with a footpath bordering the right hand side of this area along with mature trees, borders and shrubs. A real gardeners garden.

GENERAL INFORMATION

VIEWING: By appointment with the Agents.

TENURE: We are advised freehold.

SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.

TAX BAND: F Carmarthen

EJL/SLE/05/2021/OK EJL

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