A spacious detached five bedroom (all with en-suite) country house, with flexible accommodation providing ample entertaining space with beautiful garden, outbuildings and approximately 5 acres of land, enjoying stunning views over the valley below. Energy rating D.
Tan Cnwch is a large solitary house in an elevated position with magnificant views.* Five double/kingsize en-suite bedrooms.* Ample space for entertaining.* Approximately five acres in all.* Useful outbuildings with power and light.* Oil fired central heating.* EPC rating D.
The name Tan Cnwch, meaning Under the Hillock, is quite appropriate as the property nestles at the foot of a formerly wooded hill, now used by the neighbouring farmer for occasional grazing. It is in a lovely private location with stunning views to the front across the Meurig valley. The property is reached by means of a right-of-way part-tarmac access track, approximately half a mile long.
The drive then sweeps around to the front of the house. There is also a large turning circle with a planted central feature.
The property offers the buyer great flexibility with it currently presented as a spacious country house but could easily be adapted to provide two homes (STPP) for those with extended families or looking for an additional source of income such as holiday let or Bed & Breakfast (STPP). The aspect of the house ensures that all the main living areas and bedrooms benefit from the superb views out over the countryside.
The tiled floor entrance Hall leads into a larger pinewood floor Hall with a handy cloaks cupboard and WC, leading through to a further hall with additional storage plus the Utility Room and Larder. There is a separate entrance direct from the open fronted garage / carport into a Utility room (ideal for wet/muddy boots and clothing) and WC. The main hallway also provides access to the main Living Areas and the First Floor.
The Kitchen / Breakfast Room has been carefully designed and finished with handmade oak block worktops complimented by the handmade Welsh Oak Dresser made specifically for the owners. There are two handmade shelving units believed to be ofoak from the former footbridge at Kidwelly Castle. This is a spacious and light room with two windows enjoying the beautiful views.
Across the main Hallway is the Living Room, again of a generous size, with a wood burning stove and original baking oven forming an attractive focal point. A door takes you through to another room, currently used as a Studio, with an attractive open fire place. To the other end of the house is the Dining Room, again being generous in space and very light providing a great entertaining room for family and friends.
To the First Floor you have a very useful Study at the top of the stairs with a fitted desk and extensive shelving for those who work from home. There is a large TV lounge with windows to three elevations having beautiful views over the gardens to the surrounding countryside. The bedrooms are all doubles with en-suite facilities. The Main Bedroom(bedroom 2 on the plan) has handmade wardrobes providing a large amount of space with Bedroom 1 having a recessed window seating area that projectsslightly from the house giving an unsurpassed view.
Five acres, including a large garden, a small orchard, two small wooded areas and pasture land give this property the potential for keeping horses or other animals or for horticultural use, whilst also giving the feeling of space and seclusion.The gardens have been well kept and are a haven for wildlife with an array of flowers, plants, shrubs and trees. A variety of seating areas allow someone to sit peacefully and enjoy a good book or just relax and look out across the valley. There are useful outbuildings currently used for storage of gardening equipment, workshop etc., all supplied with power and light. In the largest paddock there is a half open/half lockable field store. The neighbouring farmer has a right of access across the paddock.Tan Cnwch is a great house in a beautiful setting and viewing is highly recommended to appreciate all it has to offer. Its proximity to the coast and access to the countryside make it suitable for anyone wishing to get away from the rat race and enjoy country living.