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Guide Price £1,750,000
Penybanc, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, SA19
6 Reception Rooms
Llwynhelig offers a truly unique opportunity to purchase a sympathetically renovated grade II listed country house set within 24 acres of woodland, pasture and gardens, situated a short distance from the popular market town of Llandeilo with the local shops, school and many other amenities close by.
Built circa 1828, âLlwynheligâ™ offers a truly unique opportunity to purchase a complete and sympathetically renovated grade II listed country home, set within twenty four acres of woodland, pasture and formal gardens. The private and tranquil setting with its own feature âwalled gardenâ™, enjoys impressive and uninterrupted 360 degree countryside views and is only 1.5 miles from the renowned pretty village of Llandeilo with its varied array of shops, restaurants, school and many other amenities.
The market town of Carmarthen is approx. 15 miles west and Swansea is approx 26 miles distant and similarly Cardiff at 66 miles. Traveling South on A483, the M4 is accessed at junction 29.
- The Property
This is an excellent example of an extremely versatile home, offering over 8000 sq ft of carefully restored and well-proportioned âmain propertyâ™ accommodation, capturing a host of original features and expertly blended to enjoy a bright modern aspect of family living at the highest level.
The distinctive architecturally designed âbarn conversionsâ™, provide the ideal option for extended family lifestyle or to create a small business with healthy income from âHoliday cottageâ™ rental.
- Walk Inside
Internally, the reception hall offers a warm and welcoming introduction to the home with wooden flooring and an abundance of original features painstakingly and lovingly restored, with a light and airy feel throughout.
The sheer detail that exudes from each of the five traditional reception rooms is a delight to be seen and seamlessly leads into a beautiful Orangery overlooking the countryside. The several surprise staircases link the âleisure facilityâ™ basement cellar to the first and second floors hosting a choice of 7 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.
- Walk Outside
Externally, the property is approached by a private drive to extensive parking space and within the array of outbuildings, there are several garages, boiler rooms and storage offerings.
Walking the grounds will take a while, but worth every minuteâ¦..the grounds are stunning. Much work has gone into restoring the âwalled gardenâ™ and planning your âmarquee garden partyâ™ is a must. Awards and public recognition have all been bestowed on âLLwynheligâ™. Thereâ™s not many more boxes a home could tick.
Llandeilo, a picturesque market town located on a hill above the river Tywi in the Towy Valley. Essentially a rural town, Llandeilo is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Llandeilo has a rich and diverse history and was the centre of Roman activity in Mid-Wales.
Llandeilo is the administrative centre of Dinefwr and for centuries enjoyed the high status as the county town of the old county of Carmarthenshire. Named after St. Teilo, a popular saint from the 6th century. Today it houses a number of stunning medieval churches and the historic Dinefwr Castle. A large part of the townscape has been designated as a conservation area due to its unique Mediaeval, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian streets fitted with coloured houses.
- Surrounding Area
The area offers a huge range of activities. Aside from the wealth of architectural interest within the town and the surrounding areas, the region offers some of the most revered walks in the UK through some of the most spectacular countryside.
The Towy Valley is home to the National Botanic Gardens of Wales and three miles from Llandeilo is Gelli Aur, a Country Park with sixty acres of wooded parkland surrounding magnificent mansion