This stunning converted Sunday school is a rare find, boasting impressive interior accommodation with a wealth of character features such as an original font, exposed beams, vaulted ceilings, arched windows, curved walls and grand fireplace, which have been maintained to a very high standard.
The property, which we are advised dates to 1855, is set over two floors, briefly comprising: Hallway, WC, Kitchen, Conservatory/Sitting Room, Dining Room and Open Plan Central Lounge with iron wrought spiral staircase to the first floor balcony, looking down over the open planning living space, creating a wealth of light and sense of space. The first floor offers a Double Bedroom with a feature arched window with country views and staircase leading to a mezzanine, Family Bathroom and a further double bedroom located across the balcony, with beautiful curved walls, fitted wardrobes, exposed beams and a ‘look out’ down over the lounge. Externally, the property benefits from gated off road parking for approximately three cars, a detached single garage with a utility to the rear and a courtyard ideal for BBQs and outdoor dining.
The property is located less than 3 miles from Laugharne, boasting independent stores and pubs full of charm as well as beautiful walks and views due to its position on the estuary of the River Taf. Most famous for being the home of Dylan Thomas from 1949 until his death in 1953, Laugharne is thought to have been the inspiration for the fictional town Llareggub in Under Milk Wood.
Old School is a celebration of traditional architecture, complimented by tasteful styling, providing comfortable modern day living, and with no onward chain, we highly recommend viewing to appreciate this truly unique property.
Hallway (3.87 x 2.15 approx (12'8" x 7'0" approx))
Wc (1.05 x 1.59 (3'5" x 5'2"))
Lounge (5.96 x 5.47 (19'6" x 17'11"))
Dining Room (3.77 x 5.49 approx (12'4" x 18'0" approx))
Conservatory (3.15 x 4.21 (10'4" x 13'9"))
Kitchen (4.35 x 2.11 approx (14'3" x 6'11" approx))
Bedroom (5.49 x 3.74 (18'0" x 12'3"))
Mezzanine (3.37 x 2.26 approx (11'0" x 7'4" approx))
Bathroom (2.28 x 2.85 approx (7'5" x 9'4" approx))
Balcony (5.41 x 6.82 approx (17'8" x 22'4" approx))
Bedroom (4.11 x 4.59 (13'5" x 15'0"))
Outdoor Utility (2.33 x 2.49 (7'7" x 8'2"))
View: By appointment with the Agents Services: We have not checked or tested any of the Services or Appliances Tenure: We are advised Freehold Tax: Band E
please note- We are advised this this property is served by private drainage
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Old School House, Brook, Laugharne, Carmarthen SA33
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