*** One of the Teifi Valley's finest residential properties to become available to the market this year *** A superb bungalow with paddock (previously with consent for another dwelling)
*** Superb 3 bedroomed detached bungalow *** Ideal for those seeking convenience yet privacy *** Offered with an extensive area of gardens *** Large detached garage/workshop *** Adjoining paddock which formerly had Planning Consent (now expired) for a separate building plot
*** The property provides: Hall, lounge, dining room, Oak kitchen, utility room, boiler room, 3 bedrooms (Master bedroom has en-suite), shower room, Family bathroom *** Oil fired central heating *** Private gated gravelled and tarmacadamed driveway
*** A superb detached bungalow, traditionally built, offering quality Family proportioned accommodation, privately situated, yet located within a popular Teifi Valley Village and within easy walking distance of all amenities, including a regular Bus route
From Lampeter take the A485 and from Cwmann, proceeding through the village of Pencarreg, reaching Llanybydder and passing the Dunbia Abbatoir on the right hand side, continue into the village. Once reaching the village, the property has a concealed entrance on the left hand side, approx 100 metres down from the village square on the left hand side as identified by the Agents 'For Sale' board.
There is a pillared gated entrance to the property with the name plaque displayed. I.e. The property is on the Lampeter side of the main square off the A485.
Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment only. Please contact our Lampeter Office on Mains water, mains electricity, private drainage. Telephone subject to BT transfer regulations and broadband available.
Llanybydder is a popular small market town /village in the heart of the Teifi Valley, 16 mile north of the county town of Carmarthen and some 5 miles from the University town of Lampeter to the north. It has a wide range of amenities, including convenience store with sub Post Office, public houses, places of Worship and is famous for its seasonal Horse Fair. The Cardigan bay coastline is within 14 miles at Aberaeron.
The placing of Bryngwenyn on the open market provides prospective purchasers with the opportunity of acquiring a delightful bungalow, which is well proportioned and delightfully located, tucked away in a individual and unique position. It has most pleasant aspects over the Teifi Valley and over the unspoilt countryside and includes a paddock that formerly had the benefit of Planning Consent for a further dwelling, now expired. The property was originally built by the current owners in 1990 of traditional specification of cavity walls, part stone faced, part rendered under a tiled roof. It has the benefit of hardwood windows and oil fired central heating.
The accommodation has been superbly equipped with an Oak kitchen, fitted utility room, two bathrooms and 3 double bedrooms for family occupation.
The loft space is particularly spacious, has good insulative qualities & would be ideal for loft conversion (subject to consents) & is already part boarded.
The property is ideal for those seeking convenience yet privacy and is offered with an extensive area of gardens, with large detached garage/workshop and an adjoining paddock, which formerly had Planning Consent (now expired) for a separate building plot. The property provides hall, lounge and dining room, kitchen, utility room, boiler room, 3 bedrooms (Master bedroom has en-suite), shower room and family bathroom. Detached garage/workshop, outside w.c., attractive gardens and lawns with flower beds and private, gated, gravelled and tarmacadamed driveway.
The accommodation provides more particularly as follows:-
With solid entrance door to:
With radiator, shelved display recess.
With glazed door to:
17' 0" x 14' 6" (5.18m x 4.42m) with stone feature fireplace, with open flue and slate hearth. Radiator, side recess and shelf for T.V.
14' 5" x 11' 0" (4.39m x 3.35m) with French doors through from lounge. Separate 6' patio doors to side garden. Double panelled radiator.
13' 10" x 11' 0" (4.22m x 3.35m) with fitted Oak units by Parker of Corwen. Fitted on floor and eye level and incorporating various appliances with two eye level ovens, 4 ring hob and extractor fan in housing unit above. Double bowl sink unit, fitted tiled worktops. Ceramic tiled floor. Double panelled radiator. Telephone point. Fitted breakfast bar.
10' 10" x 9' 2" (3.30m x 2.79m) with plumbing and space for washing machine. Single drainer sink unit. Ceramic tiled floor. Stable type rear hardwood entrance door to driveway. Access to insulated loft with sliding ladder, with adequate space for further conversion (if desired) and full insulative qualities, and boarded for storage purposes.
With Trianco oil fired central heating boiler running domestic systems.
Provides access to the following accommodation, and has radiator with double built in airing cupboard with copper cylinder and immersion heater and slatted shelves for linen storage.
Master bedroom 1
13' 1" x 12' 5" (3.99m x 3.78m) with radiator.
En-suite shower room
With fitted shower cubicle with Triton T8 electric shower unit, bidet, low level flush w, c., vanity unit with wash basin.
12' 0" x 10' 9" (3.66m x 3.28m) with radiator.
Bedroom 3 (front)
9' 9" x 9' 5" (2.97m x 2.87m) with radiator and built in wardrobes.
9' 6" x 6' 5" (2.90m x 1.96m) with panelled bath, with mixer tap and shower attachment, low level flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, pull light switch. Tiled walls.
Integrated within the dwelling.
Large detached garage/workshop
Timber and corrugated iron workshop off the driveway.
Driveway and parking
Gated entrance to the driveway which is tarmacadamed, with wrought iron gates leading to the gravelled drive which serve the property itself. The drive sweeps round to the rear of the property and also serves the paddock, which has post and rail fencing and an attractive timber gated entrance.
Garden and grounds
Attractive, well manicured sweeping lawns with established flower and shrubbery borders and attractive setting and approach to the property. The site enjoys delightful views all around over the Teifi Valley and far reaching towards Lampeter and the hill beyond to the north.
The paddock is currently utilised as a lawn but equally could suit small animal keeping or as a pony paddock, or being utilised as a further area of gardens with relative ease.
This is a most attractive property which is well worthy of early inspection, the likes of which seldomly become available and can be easily described as one of the area's finest residential offerings this year.