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Cynghordy, Llandovery, SA20
£550,000 | 6 bedrooms | 14.0 acres

Property features

• 13 acres with large stable block
• 6 bedroom period farmhouse
• tradition stone barns
• Woodland walks and natural waterfall feature
• 10 minutes from local facilities and train station

Description
Set is beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside is this lovely country property which comprises a spacious period farmhouse which contains 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and 3 reception rooms. It is complimented by an extremely useful range of outbuildings which includes a traditional stone barn and former cowsheds, a garden store shed and a large stable block ideal for those with an equestrian interest but otherwise ideal for storage. The grounds which extend to about 13 acres are a real feature of this wonderful family home including large areas of pasture and an area of amenity woodland which includes a natural stream with feature waterfall.

Location
Situated in a rural location alongside the A483 road between Llandovery and Builth Wells the property is well positioned for those seeking good access into the local town of Llandovery. The town offers a good choice of local amenities including a supermarket and convenience stores whilst also having the benefit of a railway station on the Heart of Wales line. Other nearby centres include Builth Wells, Brecon and Llandeilo, whilst the county town of Carmarthen lies about 35 minutes away.

Walk Inside
A uPVC entrance door opens into a spacious entrance hall with tiled flooring that extends into the inner hallway. A spacious lounge lies to one side with attractive beamed ceiling, large open fire place with fitted wood burning stove, attractive wood effect flooring and window looking over the garden to the distant mountains. Adjoining the lounge is a lovely garden room with open void ceiling, exposed stone work and stone flooring.A second reception room lies alongside the entrance hall with a carpet floor, window to the front and a wooden fire surround enclosing a traditional open fire. At the rear of the house is the kitchen which has a range of fitted floor and wall units in cream with solid wood worktop, inset sink, recess for appliance, including space for a Range Master cooker. There is also a built-in larder cupboard and beyond an extremely useful utility room with tiled floor, fitted base units and an oil fired boiler. A set of French doors leads from the kitchen into the conservatory area which has a tiled floor, windows on both sides and a door providing access into a ground floor shower room.


The stairway from the entrance hall ascends to a first floor landing off which are four bedrooms; two to the front of the house, both of double bed proportions and both having ensuite facilities. A slightly smaller but good sized single bedroom to the rear and a further bedroom which includes a mezzanine study area, ensuite shower room (which is not fully completed) and also enjoying a doorway out to the rear garden.Off the main landing is a family bathroom with suite in white comprising panel bath with shower over, wash basin and toilet; and alongside a separate wc closet. A further staircase leads upwards to the second floor landing providing access to two bedrooms; a larger double having three roof lights, together with a single bedroom and an additional family bathroom with a modern suite in white.

Walk Outside
The property stands in approximately 13 acres of deciduous woodlands and useful pasture land that incorporates series of lovely traditional stone outbuildings which include a stone built hay barn approximately 8m by 4m and the former cowsheds 7.5m by 4m both fronted with a tarmacadam parking area for overspill guests. Alongside the house a further brick built storage shed ideal for garden machinery, hobby work shop etc. To the rear, a blocked built range of stables which include 4 stables, a tack room, rug room and covered store.The gardens immediately surround the house being mostly lawned with an ornamental garden pond, lovely decked seating area and alongside the house an area ideal as a small orchard.The land is divided into useful sized enclosures currently used for equestrian uses but equally suitable for keeping of livestock including sheep, goats etc. The beautiful area of woodland to the north of the homestead is intersected with a woodland walk that leads from the house upwards alongside the stream and overlooking the waterfalls to a lovely timber built covered seating area.
 

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