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Gwynfe, Llangadog, Carmarthenshire, SA19
£1,000,000 | 7 bedrooms | 10.2 acres

Property features

• Stunning rural location
• Large family home plus detached self contained barn
• Good range of outbuildings
• Beautiful views
• Bundles of character

Nestled in a picturesque countryside setting, this property offers an ideal escape for those in search of a new life within the breathtaking Brecon Beacons National Park. The estate comprises a beautifully renovated 4-bedroom family home, a detached 3-bedroom barn conversion perfect for ancillary use, along with several versatile outbuildings. Furthermore, the property encompasses approximately 10.2 acres of gardens and grounds.

The surroundings are a visual delight, with magnificent vistas that include the imposing Black Mountain and the wooded slopes of Pen Arthur, located just a stone's throw away. These surroundings offer excellent walking opportunities, making this property a nature lover's paradise.

The sale of Beili Home Farm provides a rare opportunity to acquire a beautifully positioned homestead at the end of a private lane and surrounded by stunning National Park scenery which includes the Carmarthenshire Black Mountain and the forested hillside of Pen Arthur. This wonderful home consists of a character filled former 18th/19th Century farmhouse which now offers light and airy accommodation to include 4 bedrooms (all ensuite) and spacious ground floor accommodation. The main house is complimented by a detached converted stone barn that is consented as ancillary accommodation providing a further 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms with spacious living room, kitchen breakfast room and utility - the perfect property for multi-generational living.

The property stands in just over 10 acres of gardens and grounds which includes a 5 acre field and smaller paddocks, all complemented by a generous range of outbuildings including a Dutch Barn, steel framed store building, stables and a traditional stone barn situated around the traditional farm courtyard. There is also a detached stone barn that was granted planning permission in 2012 for conversion to a holiday let. (the seller advises that works to protect the planning permission have commenced).The property is rich in history, believed to be the birth place of Sir John Williams - founder of the Welsh National Library. It also featured in the BBC's 1960's television programme Moulded in Earth.

The property occupies a peaceful rural location at the end of a private driveway about 200m from the nearby country lane. It lies in the western area of the Brecon Beacon National Park between the picturesque Towy valley and the wild upland landscapes of the Black Mountain. The surrounding area is ideal for those who enjoy the outdoors with many walks available in the vicinity. The property is also situated within close proximity to Aberglasney House and Gardens and the National Trust Dinefwr Park, approximately 12 and 10 miles respectively.

Local Area
The local village of Llangadog is about 4 miles offering a good choice of local facilities which includes a small supermarket, primary school and doctor's surgery. There is a railway station in the village providing links along the Heart of Wales line. The market towns of Llandeilo and Llandovery are both about 9 miles away providing a good choice of facilities with good road links to the M4 at Pontabraham providing links across South Wales to the Severn Bridge. Llandeilo was recently named best place to live in Wales by the Sunday Times.

Walk Inside
The main house is approached via an enclosed stone porch accessed off the main courtyard, this being one of several access points to the property and providing an ideal space to kick off the muddy boots before entering the main open plan living space. The spacious Living Room is ideal for entertaining with large inglenook fireplace with inset ''Clearview' wood burning stove, a former bread oven to one side with flagstone hearth and wooden mantel over. To the left is the side Hall with door to garden and a Shower Room comprising corner shower, w.c. and vanity sink unit. A small set of steps lead up from the main living room to the Kitchen which has a range of wall and base units, including central island, space for cooking range, attractive fireplace with inset ''Clearview' woodburning stove on stone hearth and plenty of space for a dining table and chairs. This room is flooded with light from the 2 large windows looking out to the gardens and the distant mountains.

Complementing the kitchen is a useful Utility Room and a Pantry which leads to the rear Hall and a ground level WC and newly installed Grant oil fired boiler. Centrally located off the main Living Room via a small flight of marble steps is the Entrance Hall with door opening out to the Victorian style front garden, stairs lead to the first floor and to either side 2 further spacious reception rooms, the Family Room having an attractive period fire surround; both rooms having glorious rural views.

First Floor
The first floor landing is split level with the 2 front bedrooms enjoying beautiful views to the distant mountains, each room having its own ensuite bathroom providing bath with shower over, pedestal sink, low level w.c and towel radiator. To the rear of the landing are two further double bedrooms, the larger of the 2 having a built-in wardrobe and ensuite shower room. Completing the first floor is the main family Bathroom offering a 4-piece suite to include panelled bath, shower cubicle, low level w.c., wash hand basin and towel radiator.

The Barn
Just a short distance away from the main house is the converted barn, which was granted planning consent as ancillary to the main dwelling. It is approached through a glazed door which leads into the Entrance Hall with stairs to first floor and ground floor WC. To the left is the Living Room having windows on 3 elevations providing lots of natural light together with limestone floor. Turning right from the Entrance Hall you enter the spacious Kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of kitchen units to include space for ''Rangemaster' cooker and space for white goods, with French doors to one side and space for large dining table and chairs. A utility room completes the ground floor space with built in sink unit, plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer, Worcester oil fired boiler, door to rear and shower room. The entire ground floor benefits from underfloor heating.

Barn First Floor
A carpeted oak staircase leads to the first floor landing which runs the length of the barn and provides access to the 3 double bedrooms and family Bathroom. The master Bedroom has 2 built-in wardrobes and an ensuite Shower Room comprising shower cubicle, pedestal sink, low level w.c and towel radiator. The family Bathroom comprises of a 4-piece suite to include panelled bath, shower cubicle, pedestal sink, low level w.c. towel radiator and heated airing cupboard.

Walk Outside
Beili Home Farm is approached over a private drive with a gated entrance off the adjacent council lane. As you approach the homestead you are flanked on one side by a 5 acre level field ideal for livestock or ponies. The entrance track terminates in the original courtyard surrounded by the original farmhouse, the converted barn with separate parking and the traditional stone barn. A little further along are a series of outbuildings including a 3 bay Dutch Barn and a steel framed farm building with lean to. The main house enjoys a lovely garden area with feature beds and large lawns whilst the converted barn has a parking area to the front and an enclosed cottage garden at the rear.

There is a footpath traversing the property.


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