♦ Superb Period Country House
♦ Five Bedroom (Three En Suites), Five Reception Rooms
♦ Outbuildings with Three Loose Boxes
♦ Superb Rural Valley Views
♦ Set in Approx. 3 Acres
Price Guide £649,950 Ref: JN4841
A historic Period country house once part of the Cefncethin estate which has a long history believed to date back over 500 years or more. The house itself is referred to in the historical Carmarthenshire homes and their families, and many period features have been retained. There are some lovely reception rooms and generally good room and ceiling heights.
The property has oil fired central heating and the accommodation with approx. room sizes is as follows:
GLAZED SIDE ENTRANCE PORCH tiled floor, original oak door with frosted leaded insert
ENTRANCE HALL impressive hall, sweeping staircase to first floor, radiator, original cornice to ceiling, oak flooring
STUDY / LIBRARY 12’ x 11’ (about 3.6m x 3.3m) original sash wood windows to side and front, feature wall length bookshelf to one wall, cast iron radiator, original cornice to ceiling
SITTING ROOM 17’ x 15’ (about 5.2m x 4.6m) original sash wood window to side, feature Inglenook fireplace with Bessemer and stone hearth, cast iron coal effect calor gas fire, radiator, door to
INNER HALL understairs cupboard, exposed stone wall
REAR HALL door with frosted glass panel to outside, door to
CLOAKROOM frosted glass window to rear, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, part wood panelling to walls, ceramic tiled floor
KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM
KITCHEN AREA 15’ x 14’ (about 4.6m x 4.3m) farmhouse style kitchen by Sigma 3 comprising a range of Oak wall and base units, glass display cabinet, plate rack, worksurfaces, Italian glass mosaic tiled splash backs, Neff dishwasher, gas hob with extractor hood over, electric oven, solid fuel Rayburn range with oven, hot plate and back boiler for domestic hot water (could be converted to oil if required as connection pipe in situ), feature exposed wall above Rayburn, stainless steel sink drainer, original stone flat floor, door to stairs to large BASEMENT ROOM (which runs under the dining room), with oil fired central heating boiler and barrelled ceiling
BREAKFAST AREA 10’ x 8’10 (about 3m x 2.7m) large Georgian style window with seat overlooking rear courtyard and stables, plat rack, radiator, part wood panelled walls, second staircase to first floor
UTILITY ROOM 17’ x 8’ (about 5.2m x 2.4m) frosted glass window to side, pedestal wash hand basin, plumbing for washing machine and American style fridge / freezer, room for tumble dryer, radiator, stone flag floor, half glazed double door to rear courtyard and stable area
DRAWING ROOM 21’ x 19’ (about 6.4m x 5.8m) Georgian style bay window to front, door to front garden with uninterrupted country views, two cast iron radiators, original ornate ceiling cornice, feature open fireplace with marble hearth and surround, feature decorative arched alcove
DINING ROOM 25’ x 13’ (about 7.6m x 4m) south facing Georgian style windows with superb views across the valley, feature inset decorative archway, oak Period open fireplace with marble hearth and surround, two cast iron radiators, original oak floor, cornice to ceiling, to sets or original wood shutters opening to:
CONSERVATORY 19’ x 15’ (about 5.8m x 4.6m) Georgian style, French doors to front gardens, Welsh Ruthin slate tiled floor, feature exposed stone wall
LANDING via stairs in main hall, arched sash window to front, original oak floor, ceiling cornices and rose
BEDROOM ONE 17’ x 12’ (about 5.2m x 3.6m) original arched wood sash window to front, door to rear landing, cast iron radiators, original oak floor
BEDROOM TWO 14’ x 11’ (about 4.3m x 3.3m) original wood arch arched windows to front and side, fitted wardrobes, cast iron radiator, sliding doors to
EN SUITE tiled shower cubicle with Triton shower and glass sliding doors, wash hand basin in vanity unit, WC, radiator, cupboards with shelves under, extractor
MAIN LANDING via inner hall, window to rear, stairs to second floor, cast iron radiator
CLOAKROOM frosted glass window to rear, WC
BEDROOM THREE 14’ x 13’ (about 4.3m x 4m) large Georgian style windows with door to balcony providing superb views over the surrounding countryside and valley, built-in wardrobes, ceiling cornices, car iron radiator
EN SUITE tiled shower cubicle with Gainsborough shower and folding glass door, pedestal wash hand basin, vanity mirror, extractor fan
BEDROOM FOUR 18’ x 13’ (about 5.5m x 4m) Georgian window to front, wooden windows to side, fitted mirror wardrobes, cast iron radiator, door to
EN SUITE 12’ x 9’ (about 3.6m x 2.7m) window to rear, part timber panelling to walls, cast iron bath with shower attachment to taps, vanity unit, tiled splash back, WC, bidet, wall in store with shelving, medicine cabinet with vanity light, radiator
SIDE LANDING doors to rear landing, airing / store cupboard
BATHROOM 9’ x 6’10 (about 2.7m x 2.1m) part wood panelled walls, panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin
BEDROOM FIVE 9’ x 9’ (about 2.7m x 2.7m) rear window, cast iron radiator
REAR LANDING via stairs from breakfast room, door to side landing, stairs to
Second Floor (former servants quarters)
ATTIC ROOM 18’ x 11’ (about 5.5m x 3.3m) port hole window to rear, steps to
ATTIC ROOM 22’ x 10’ (about 6.7m x 3m) port hole window to front
NB: the second floor accommodation does require renovation, and has potential for further bedrooms
Price Guide £649,950Ref: JN4841
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND
The property is approached initially by a pillared and gated entrance which leads into a driveway which leads in turn onto a further entrance gate and into the property’s own driveway leading down to a large parking and turning area to the side of the residence. There are pleasant lawned gardens which are banked to the front of the residence with some superb valley views.
To the rear there is a STONE OUTBUILDING (former cottage) c.25’3 x 14’9 (about 7.7m x 4.5m) in need of renovation and perhaps with scope for development (subject to the necessary planning permissions).
Adjoining this there is a STABLE BLOCK with concrete yard area, outside tap and lighting, comprising:
THREE LOOSE BOXES each approx.14’6 x 16’8 (about 4.4m x 5m)
FEED / STORE ROOM
The land lies below the residence and gardens and comprises gently sloping pastureland with one boundary to be fenced by the purchasers.
There is an option to purchase a further c.14.5 acres of adjoining land, available by separate negotiation
IN ALL APPROX. 3 ACRES (About 1.3 Hectares)
Price Guide £649,950Ref: JN4841
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