A very attractive, and well situated residential smallholding in excess of 5 acres. Ideal for those seeking a rural lifestyle in the Welsh countryside.
With a traditional detached four/five bedroomed period farmhouse and a range of adaptable barns and outbuildings.
Fully Renovated and modernised but retaining a traditional farmhouse style.
Llanwinio is a delightful rural country Village to the west of Carmarthenshire close to Pembrokeshire National Park and the Preselli Hills. The property originates in the early 19th Century and the original building boasts stone walls of 0.5 meters depth, some exposed to create traditional features within the house.
Now considerably extended and upgraded, but whilst modern features have been incorporated, the house still retains a very traditional feel.
Llanwinio Farm is situated 9 miles north of the towns St Clears and Whitland. Carmarthen, which is the strategic main Town of the area is 13 or so miles to the southeast and the Cardigan Bay coast at Aberaeron within 35 minutes.
Whilst being entirely rural, the property is within easy access of the main strategic Market Towns of the area.
The Farmhouse has been thoroughly renovated and benefits from solar panels, a state of the art Biomass boiler providing central heating and hot water, and is fully double glazed throughout. It has been modernized sympathetically to the traditional period farmhouse style. A particularly spacious and well-proportioned family residence.
The property has delightful views over the unspoilt surrounding countryside.
Solid Wood Front Door to:
Main Reception Hall
3.47m x 1.4m (11’4” x 4’7”) Coat hooks, Radiator, tiled flooring access to loft space over side extension.
3.85m x 3.3m (10’10”) Part glazed door from entrance hall, fitted carpet, Leaded light, double glazed window to front and side aspect, overlooking the front yard and side lane, radiator, Wood burner Door to:
Ground Floor Bedroom
2.46m x 1.7m (8’0” x 5’7”) French doors and window facing rear garden, radiator, fully carpeted, recessed hanging space.
4.0m x 3.9m (13’1” x 12’10”) Door from main hall, Ceramic tiled flooring, window to front, wooden door to staircase, rising to first floor. Flat panel vertical radiator, Feature chimney breast (Capped off) Window to front aspect with feature window seat. Exposed stone, wooden beamed opening to kitchen, Door leading to:
5.2m x 4.0m (17’ 0” x 13’1”) Fully fitted carpet, two windows to front, radiator, fireplace with wood burner. Door to:
Ceramic tiled flooring, radiator
9.9m x 2.22m (32’6” x 7’3”) Beamed ceiling, exposed stone wall, ceramic flooring, oil fired Raeburn cooker, 14 power points, Double butler sink set on rustic wooden unit, 3 windows facing rear garden.
2.8m x 1.59m (9’2” x 5’3”) Electric shower fully tiled walls and floor. 2 small obscured windows. Heated towel rail.
2.4m x 4.0m (7’10” x 13’1”) Fitted Stainless steel sink and drainer, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Window to side.
3.2m x 3.2m (10’6” x 10’6”) Suspended wooden floor, power point, low power lighting.
Staircase rises from dining room to landing.
3.95m x 3.34m (12’11” x 11’11”) window to front aspect, built in wardrobes, radiator, fitted carpet, Feature slate wall
4.15m x 2.55m (13’7” x 8’4”) window overlooking rear garden, fitted cupboard, radiator, fitted carpet
3.95m x 3.34m (12’11” x 10’11”) Front facing window, radiator, fitted carpet
2.34m x 1.76m (10’11” x 5’9”) front facing window, fitted carpet
Rear facing window, white suite, full length bath with shower mixer, glass shower screen, basin and wc. Laminate flooring
Part tiled walls with fitted bathroom cabinet.
Newly fitted fully enclosed shower unit featuring watering can overhead shower plus wall mounted jets, steam, with integral radio, lighting connection points for telephone and MP3. The room has fully tiled floor and walls with a fitted radiator. Small airing cupboard with a fitted electric radiator.
Accessed from the 1st floor landing, fully lagged
Biomass Boiler, with rhi (Renewable Heat Incentive) payments of £3600 per annum, paid quarterly.
Stone Barn 1
Accessed from front yard, with tiled roof, converted into a large workshop concrete floor with lighting and power supply, part boarded roof space accessed from inside via a movable staircase.
Adjoining is a small stable, a small garage and what appears to have been a piggery along with an open storage shed.
Stone Barn 2
Also accessed from the front yard. Unconverted with cow stalls largely still in place. Opened to the roof. Small workshop with power and lighting. Above the workshop has been boarded to create a large storage area with lighting, accessed from outside via a set of stone stairs. This barn previously had planning permission (now lapsed) to convert into Holiday lets.
Adjoining are a log store, and other brick built stores.
Corrugated barns x 3
Concrete yard with. Parking for 6 cars. Centre round feature of a raised flower bed built from local stone. Small grass areas to the front of the house and adjacent to the front entrance. Various borders beds and planters.
Rear garden is laid to grass and is secluded by rhododendrons bushes and a small wood.
Accessed from the conservatory is a large kitchen garden/allotment and a small paddock. From this paddock there is a small gate to the main field approx. 5 acres. The main field was reseeded 2015 and is laid to pasture. A further small paddock is accessed from the main field being adjacent to the gate to the rear.
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