- 5 Acre small holding in an idyllic rural setting.
- Detached 3 Bedroom property with a detached 1/2 bedroom Cottage
- Excellent range of outbuildings
- Property boasting considerable charm & character
- 5 acres spilt between 3 enclosures
- Superb equestrian property
- 5 Stables
Detached 3 bedroom farmhouse with a separate detached 1-2 bedroom cottage, stables and other outbuildings. Set in approximately 5 acres of land, all located in a beautiful countryside location, with its immense character and charm, the property lends itself to idyllic family living in this quiet secluded position.
Pantrhedyn comprises a very pretty, well presented smallholding in the heart of the Carmarthenshire countryside, offering considerable residential and equestrian appeal. The main residence offers a character 3 bedroom property that is beautifully presented and ready for immediate occupation benefitting from a new kitchen. We consider 'The Cottage' to be a great addition and offers an excellent investment opportunity and is also suited to those looking for a multigenerational property. In addition, there are a range of outbuildings at the holding which are currently used as stabling for 5 ponies, but we believe that the traditional outbuildings may have conversion appeal subject to gaining the necessary consents. Pantrhedyn is a very appealing smallholding, extending to 5 acres or thereabouts and is ready for immediate occupation and is described in more detail (approx. dimensions only):
Enjoying a lovely rural location at Henfwlch Road, situated between the hamlets of Trevaughan and Bwlchnewydd yet being only 3 to 4 miles or so from the market town of Carmarthen which provides a comprehensive range of commercial, educational and recreational facilities. The M4 connection at Pont Abraham would only be a 20 minute drive from Carmarthen. The location is ideally suited to those looking for a rural life, yet being accessible by road and rail to the larger towns of South and West Wales.
From Carmarthen pass Fire Station heading towards Ffynnondrain. When you get to the 'Plough & Harrow' Pub at the Crossroads turn left. Follow road for 2 miles until you come to a crossroads continue straight and Pantyrhedyn can be found on your right hand side. The name plate is seen at the gated entrance.
Affording a quarry tiled floor, radiator, stairs to first floor and under stairs storage cupboard. Doors to:
Reception Room (3.28m x 4.22m (10'9 x 13'10))
A versatile space overlooking the fore, ideally suited as a dining room or living room with open beamed ceiling, marble effect fireplace and radiator.
Living Room (4.19m x 3.91m' (13'9 x 12'10'))
Boasting a wealth of character features to include open beamed ceiling, quarry tiled flooring, stone fireplace in which stands a wood burning stove, window to the fore and radiator. Door to:
Kitchen (2.16m x 6.12m (7'1 x 20'1))
A new modern kitchen affording a range of base and wall mounted units with complimentary work surface above, tiled splashbacks, incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer unit, breakfast bar, space for a large cooker with tiled surround and beam above. Tiled floor, window to the rear, a door leads to the conservatory and to:
Utility Room (2.18m'' x 2.69m'' (7'2'' x 8'10''))
Window to the rear and side, range of base units with stainless steel sink and drainer unit and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
Conservatory (5.92m' x 2.62m'' (19'5' x 8'7''))
An excellent entertaining space overlooking the pretty rear garden, incorporating a W.C, wash hand basin, tiled floor and radiator.
Landing - Window to rear, further stairs to
Bedroom 3 (3.33m'' x 2.18m'' (10'11'' x 7'2''))
Overlooking the rear garden with radiator.
Affording a shower cubicle with 'Mira' vigour attachment, bath, W.C. and wash hand basin. Window to rear. Built in airing cupboard with louvre doors which houses the hot water cylinder.
A pleasant space with window to the fore and rear, exposed beams, loft access and radiator.
Bedroom 1 (3.86m x 4.19m (12'7" x 13'8"))
A large double bedroom with window to the fore, exposed beams and part exposed 'A' Frames.
Bedroom 2 (3.35m x 4.22m (11 x 13'10 ))
Again a spacious room, full of character features such as the original fireplace with tiled surround and slate hearth, open beamed ceilings together with part exposed 'A' frames, window to fore and radiator.
This cottage has full planning permission for residential use and is ideally suited as a holiday let with excellent income potential.
Kitchen / Living Room (4.42m x 5.59m (14'6" x 18'4"))
An open plan kitchen/living area enjoying a double aspect. The kitchen area affords a range of base and wall mounted units with complimentary work surface above incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer unit, cermamic hob with hood above, built in oven, tiled floor and door to:
Reception Room (4.11m x 3.66m (13'6" x 12'))
A recent addition under a flat roof with tiled floor, patio doors to the rear garden and window to the side. Door to:
With plumbing for an automatic washing machine, tumble dryer outlet, space for a fridge/freezer, door to the rear and limited base units.
Radiator and tiled floor.
Bathroom (2.92m x 1.50m (9'7" x 4'11"))
Incorporating a 3 piece suite with W.C., wash hand basin and bath with shower attachment above. Radiator, tiled floor and loft access.
Nursery (3.12m x 1.88m (10'3" x 6'2"))
Partitioned from bedroom 1 including a radiator.
Bedroom 1 (4.22m x 2.49m (13'10" x 8'2"))
Double aspect with radiator and tiled floor.
There are numerous outbuildings at Pantyrhedyn which include a traditional range being the old cowshed 33'9 x 14'5 with small brick shed attached which houses the water controls. The old cowshed now provides two stables measuring 10'x10' and 12'x10' with adjoining space suitable for storage. Please note that the stables are bolted to the concrete floor.
Former Dairy (13.36m x 5.38m (43'10 x 17'8))
Of brick construction and divided into 3 stables measuring 12'x12', again the stables are bolted to the concrete floor. Water tap and hot water shower. Access to:
Hayshed & 2 lean-to's incorporating cubicles and feed barrier. Open fronted shed. We would comment that there is ample space to further develop the equestrian facilities at the property.
Garage and Woodshed
Situated to the rear of the property.
A lovely lawned garden is seen to the rear which provides numerous sitting areas where one can sit and admire the garden and the far reaching rural views. To the fore is a large expanse of concrete which provides ample parking space. The cottage also has the benefit of a lawned garden with views towards the land.
On the attached plan, the land is outlined in red and extends to some 5 acres or thereabouts and is divided into 3 enclosures and laid to pasture being very accessible to the homestead.
The property benefits of mains water (metered) and electricity together with private drainage. External oil fired boiler. New roof was laid on the main house last year 2020. Fibre broadband is connected to both properties.
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Cottage has full residential planning consent as a dwelling.
Carmarthenshire County Council, County Hall, Carmarthen, SA31 1JP. Tel: 01267 234567.
Property Classification: Pantyrhedyn Farmhouse Band D, Pantyrhedyn Cottage Band C.
The sale of Pantyrhedyn offers an excellent opportunity to acquire a pretty smallholding in a delightful rural location that has the potential to generate an income stream or equally suited to those looking for multi generational living.
Very rarely do rural properties such as this appear on the open market which offer two residences, outbuildings of which some have conversion potential (stc) and land in a very pleasant location.
An early inspection is strongly advised.