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Property Listing Details

Property details

  • 1 bedroom
  • 2 reception rooms

Features

  • Freehold
  • **Near Whitland Carmarthenshire**
  • **Character 1 Bed Cottage**
  • **Grade II Listed of Rendered Clom Construction**
  • **Thatch roof with corrugated tin cover**
  • **Set within spacious grounds**
  • **Independent Access**
  • **Wonderful views**
  • **one of A kine ! Must be viewed**

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Description

**Character 1 Bed Cottage**Of Rendered Clom Construction being one of the last remaining buttressed single storage 2 unit plan cottages**Thatch Roof with corrugated tin cover**Set within large grounds**Independent access**Useful outbuilding**Wonderful views over the Carmarthenshire countryside**Close to Pembrokeshire**Potential Holiday Income**

**one of A kind ! **must be viewed to be appreciated**

The property is situated within the hamlet of Henllan Amgoed on the fringes of the popular Market town of Whitland offering a comprehensive range of schooling and local facilities. The A40 trunk road is some 5 minutes from the property allowing excellent connectivity to the strategic town of Carmarthen with its regional hospital, University, national rail connections and access to the M4. The Pembrokeshire coastline and it National Park is within close proximity to the property offering a wider range of tourism related facilities.

The property benefits from Mains Electricity. No Water or Drainage connection.
General

A wonderful opportunity to acquire an original quaint semi detached cottage being one of the original Ty un nos in this area. The property in known as No 2 Clun Cottages which are believed to have been erected in the mid 19th Century as modest workers dwellings backing onto the lane west of Llanfellteg, allowing for a south facing main elevation.

The property is a Grade II Listed building being listed due to its special architectural interest as a well preserved vernacular dwelling, constructed using traditional materials and simple in form layout. A distinctive regional building type, once common but now increasingly rare.

The building is believed to be of rendered clom construction, buttressed to the south entrance side.

The Thatch roof is believed to have been covered for nearly 100 years with corrugated tin cover and wider timber eaves boarding.

The Accommodation provides -
Front hallway

3' 9" x 8' 0" (1.14m x 2.44m) via glass panelled door into hallway with part tongue and groove boarded walls. Exposed beams to ceiling. Red Quarry tiled flooring. BT Point.
Sitting room

9' 10" x 12' 8" (3.00m x 3.86m) with feature cast iron fireplace with timber surround, slate flag stone flooring, sash window to front, exposed beams to ceiling.
Kitchen/dining room

9' 7" x 12' 4" (2.92m x 3.76m) built in solid fuel stove and bread oven with black quarry tiled flooring, sash window to front, 2 electric sockets, exposed beams to ceiling.
Inner hallway

With tongue and groove boarding, electric socket.
First floor


Bedroom 1 /original crog loft
23' 10" x 8' 1" (7.26m x 2.46m) Accessed via a timber ladder from the inner hallway. An open span room with exposed beams and A frames to ceiling, sash window to side, space for double bed.
Externally


The property is accessed from the adjoining county road via a grass track leading to a large open curtilage with ample parking and space for outbuildings (subject to consent).
Outbuilding

15' 2" x 10' 0" (4.62m x 3.05m) being a zinc clad timber frame building with window to front on a concrete base.

Side footpath leads to the rear county road which abuts the property boundary.
To the front

The south facing front elevation enjoys wonderful rural views and aspect over the adjoining countryside.
Please note -

The property is built of clom construction and roof is thatch having a corrugated sheeting cover. Suggested proceedable parties only who do not rely on any Mortgage or Lending Facility.

Viewings will be undertaken for proceedable parties only.

Floorplan

Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Whitland 2.5 miles
  • Clunderwen 3.8 miles
  • Dyffryn Taf School 2.2 miles
  • Ysgol Llys Hywel 2.4 miles

Local map of the area

Map View Map showing location of property

Local Amenities

  • Whitland 2.5 miles
  • Clunderwen 3.8 miles
  • Dyffryn Taf School 2.2 miles
  • Ysgol Llys Hywel 2.4 miles

Market stats

Sale activity

  • £137,768
  • Price decrease

  • -£7,212
  • (-4.974%)
  • Over the last 12 months

In the last 12 months

  • Average sale price

    £149,000
  • Properties sold

    3

Rental opportunities

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Price history

Sold prices provided by Land Registry
19th Jul 2020 £100,000 First listed
27th Jan 2014 £59,950 Last sold

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