with aluminium opaque double glazed entrance door. Radiator.
13' 1'' x 11' 5'' (3.98m x 3.48m)
with telephone point. Boarded effect vinyl floor covering. Secondary glazed aluminium window to fore. Tiled fireplace. Radiator.
15' 7'' x 13' 5'' (4.75m x 4.09m)
with feature tiled fireplace with wood surround. Secondary glazed aluminium window to fore. Radiator.
with staircase to First Floor. Cloak hooks. Understairs storage cupboard.
14' 6'' x 10' 8'' (4.42m x 3.25m)
with re-constituted stone fireplace. Radiator. PVCu double glazed window with a view of Llansteffan Castle.
FITTED KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
11' 9'' x 9' 11'' (3.58m x 3.02m)
with tile effect vinyl floor covering. Tiled fireplace incorporating a 'Rayburn' oil fired cooking range. C/h timer control. Part tiled walls. Range of light oak effect base and eye level kitchen units.
11' 4'' x 6' (3.45m x 1.83m)
with ceramic tiled floor. Base kitchen units incorporating a sink unit. Plumbing for washing machine. Glazed/panelled door to outside.
with PVCu double glazed window.
11' 9'' x 10' 7'' (3.58m x 3.22m)
with part tiled walls. PVCu double glazed window. Radiator. 3 Piece suite in white comprising WC, enamelled bath and pedestal wash hand basin. Shower cubicle with electric shower over and shower door - NOT TESTED. FITTED AIRING/LINEN CUPBOARD.
FRONT BEDROOM 1
15' 3'' x 13' 6'' (4.64m x 4.11m)
with radiator. Secondary glazed aluminium window with a view.
FRONT BEDROOM 2
14' 10'' x 13' 5'' (4.52m x 4.09m)
with fitted double wardrobe. Radiator. Secondary glazed aluminium window with a view.
REAR BEDROOM 3
14' 8'' x 10' 3'' (4.47m x 3.12m)
with PVCu double glazed window with a view of 'Llansteffan Castle' and out over the Tywi estuary towards The Gower in the distance. Radiator.
The property fronts onto a Class III Council maintained road and is accessed via a gated/pillared hardcored entrance drive and yard onto which front the house and traditional range of outbuildings. Side paved patio. Side lawned garden with beyond a further garden area to the rear of the redundant farm building. OIL STORAGE TANK. 'Worcester Greenstar Heatslave II External 18/25' oil fired central heating boiler. FORMER WATER STORAGE TANK.
The outbuildings are mainly of a traditional construction, lie to either side of the farmhouse and flank the yard and they comprise: -
Brick/stone/slate range having the benefit of Full Planning Permission under the reference number W/38933 for change of use to one 3 BEDROOMED RESIDENTIAL UNIT that was granted on the 15th December 2020 a copy of which is obtainable of the Agents offices and which comprises: -
FORMER MOTOR ROOM
9' 9'' x 9' 5'' (2.97m x 2.87m)
10' x 10' (3.05m x 3.05m)
20' 6'' x 12' 10'' (6.24m x 3.91m)
with double sliding doors.
FORMER 6 TIE COWSHED
20' 6'' x 13' 2'' (6.24m x 4.01m)
16' 7'' x 10' 6'' (5.05m x 3.20m)
with two entrance doors. Cold water tap.
36' 6'' x 22' 4'' (11.12m x 6.80m)
with double door access from the side garden.
ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE YARD LIES: -
FORMER 8 TIE COWSHED
26' 7'' x 12' 5'' (8.10m x 3.78m)
of stone/slate construction. This building has the benefit of Full Planning Permission granted under planning reference number W/38027 for change of use to Holiday Letting accommodation and which was originally granted on the 13th December 2018 and which is held in perpetuity.
TO THE REAR OF THE DWELLING LIE: -
FORMER 3 BAY HAY SHED
with lean-to implement shed in dis-repair.
FORMER CALF REARING SHED
The land lies to the side/rear of the homestead enjoying frontage to the Public Highway on it's south western side and on the north eastern boundary by the 'Wales Coastal Path' and is divided into nine enclosures of similar size being level to gently sloping all laid to pasture and stock proof fenced. The land amounts to approximately 33.80 acres or thereabouts and is located on the highly productive free draining red sandstone formation providing excellent cropping/grazing and is stock proof fenced being served by the mains water supply with a drinking trough to field OS number 2761. The land is in excellent heart and from some of the land glorious coastal views are enjoyed over the village of Llansteffan, its Castle, Tywi estuary and Carmarthen Bay towards The Gower and 'Worms Head' in the distance.
POTENTIAL BUILDING PLOTS
Applicants should note that the frontage of field OS number 0944 pt. of between the homestead and nearby dormer bungalow lies within the development limits as defined by the Deposit Carmarthenshire Local Development Plan. This area of land has a frontage to the road of approximately 220 feet and subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained could provide upto two building plots.
applicants should note that there will be an overage clause placed upon field OS number 0944 pt. of to the effect that the sellers will be entitled to 25% of the improved value of any part of field OS enclosure number 0944 pt. of that is developed for residential purposes for a period of 21 years from the completion date.
Applicants should note that the farmhouse and homestead enjoy rural views and a view of Llansteffan Castle with the land enjoying coastal views and a view over the surrounding countryside towards Llanybri.