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Llansadurnen, Laugharne, Laugharne OIRO £950,000

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  • An opportunity to acquire a well-established Holiday Letting Business - known as 'Laugharne Barns'.
  • All in a pleasant village setting within easy reach of the historic township of Laugharne.
  • Substantial principal residence, which could easily be sub-divided to provide annexe accommodation if required.
  • Two residential barn conversions of considerable character that are suitable for disabled visitors and are well established year round holiday lets.

Occupying a pleasant rural location within a short drive of the popular town of Laugharne
Original farmhouse boasting considerable potential and ripe for improvement
Two former outbuildings which have been converted into high spec residential holiday letting accommodation
Superbly presented, boasting charm and character throughout
Established holiday letting business which is capable of generating an immediate income
An opportunity not to be missed.
EPC Rating D.

Situation
Llansadurnen Farm occupies a most pleasant rural setting in the small hamlet of Llansadurnen, which nestles in the west Carmarthenshire countryside, a few miles from the historic township of Laugharne, which lies on the western shoreline of the Taf/Towy estuary and is renowned for its association with the author Dylan Thomas.
Laugharne has an active community and benefits from a good range of local services being some 4-5 miles or so south of the small town of St. Clears, which lies just off the A40 dual carriageway and some 10 miles or so west of the larger town of Carmarthen which is the principal administrative centre of the area and benefits from a wide range of facilities and amenities.
In recent years this area has become increasingly popular as a year round holiday destination being readily accessible with an excellent road link to the M4 corridor to the east and within easy reach of the renowned Pembrokeshire coastline and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to the west.

Directions
The postcode of the property is SA33 4RH.
A location plan is attached.

Description
As the name suggests, Llansadurnen Farm was originally part of a much larger farm, but it now comprises the original farmhouse, which in itself is a substantial property of considerable age, that although in need of some refurbishment could easily be adapted for occupation by two generations of the same family.
The property also benefits from two former farm buildings that have been converted in to high spec residential holiday letting accommodation of considerable charm and character, which are suitable for disabled holiday makers. The barns are known as 'Laugharne Barns' and this is a well established holiday letting business and Llansadurnen Farm is therefore ideally suited to potential purchasers seeking a property capable of generating an income. Llansadurnen Farm is described in more detail (approx. dimensions only):

Ground Floor:

Porch:
With quarry tiled floor, uPVC double glazed entrance door that opens into:

Entrance Hall:
With tongue and groove clad walls, open beamed ceiling, stairs to first floor and radiator.

Sitting Room: (3.99m x 3.63m (13'1" x 11'10"))
With open beamed ceiling, radiator and uPVC window to fore.

Living Room: (4.72m x 4.32m (15'5" x 14'2"))
With uPVC window to the fore, open beamed ceiling, stone effect fireplace providing TV shelving, wall lights and radiator.

Kitchen/Dining Room: (8.00m x 2.18m (26'2" x 7'1"))
With open beamed ceiling, radiator, uPVC window and door to the rear, tiled floor, base and wall units, plumbing for automatic washing machine and stainless steel single drainer.

First Floor:

Landing:
With radiator.

Bedroom 1: (4.42m x 4.17m (14'6" x 13'8"))
With radiator, airing cupboard, wash hand basin and uPVC double glazed window.

Bedroom 2: (4.29m x 3.58m (14'0" x 11'8"))
With radiator, uPVC double glazed window and airing cupboard.

Bathroom:
With sloping ceiling, skylight, bath, wash hand basin, W.C. and radiator.

Rear Landing:
With radiator.

Bedroom 3: (3.07m x 2.26m (10'0" x 7'4"))
With sloping ceiling and radiator.

THE ANNEXE:

Ground Floor:

Entrance Hall:
With Radiator.

Sitting Room: (4.39m x 3.89m (14'4" x 12'9"))
With tiled fireplace, 2x radiators, tiled floor and uPVC double glazed window to the fore.

Kitchen: (5.26m x 2.24m (17'3" x 7'4"))
With base and wall units, radiator, stainless steel double drainer, open beamed ceiling, cooker and understairs storage cupboard.

First Floor:

Landing.

Bathroom:
With part tiled walls, Jacuzzi bath, wash hand basin, W.C., light/shaver point and extractor fan.

Bedroom 1: (4.42m x 3.33m ( 14'6" x 10'11"))
With radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the fore.

Bedroom 2: (3.33m max. x 1.83m (10'11" max. x 6'0"))
With radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the fore.

THE COTTAGES:
The cottages were renovated in 2007 to provide hi-spec holiday letting accommodation that has plenty of character and is suitable for the disabled holiday maker.
The two cottages are known as 'The Old Cow Barn' and 'The Old Mill and Stables' and whilst The Old Cow Barn is a detached property, The Old Mill and Stables adjoins the farmhouse. Both offer a similar level of accommodation, again more particularly described as follows:

THE OLD COW BARN:
An oak effect uPVC double glazed stable door opens into the:

Open Plan Sitting/Dining Room/Kitchen: (9.14m x 4.09m (29'11" x 13'5"))
This has an exposed A-frame roof timber, together with sunlight's that provide plenty of natural daylight and there are small areas of exposed stone walls, together with arrow slit windows. There is a stairs leading to a gallery landing, which in turn opens into the master bedroom and there is also a feature colour glass window.

Kitchen/Dining Area:
Having a slate tiled floor and there is a further door opening to the fore. The kitchen area is equipped with a range of fitted base units with complimentary works surfaced over that incorporate a stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit, together with a 'Calor' gas hob with extractor hood over and double oven/grill at eye
level. There is further storage in matching wall mounted units and built in fittings include a dishwasher and washing machine.
There is timber flooring within the living area and some attractive antique style wall lights. The whole room is heated by two radiators.

Inner Hallway:
This has a timber floor and there is a window to the rear, together with an arrow slit window. There are ledged and braced doors that open into the living room, bedrooms and bathroom and recessed ceiling lights.

Wet Room:
Having a towel rail style radiator with an electric shower unit, W.C., wash hand basin, extractor fan and light/shaver point. The walls are fully tiled.

Bedroom 1: (3.05m x 2.69m (10'0" x 8'9"))
This has a window overlooking the communal gardens to the fore and this has a deep sill. The room is heated by a radiator and once again there is a timber floor.

Bedroom 2: (4.04m x 2.74m (13'3" x 8'11"))
Again having a timber floor and a window overlooking the communal grounds to the fore with a deep sill.

Gallery Landing:
This area has two radiators and could be used as a small study area if required. This leads to:

Bedroom 3: (4.11m x 3.53m (13'5" x 11'6"))
This has a sloping ceiling with two roof lights, timber floor, radiator and door leading to an:

En-Suite:
With tiled walls, towel rail style radiator, antique style bath with shower attachments, vanity wash hand basin, together with a W.C. and shaver point. There is coloured glass window to the side.

The Old Mill and Stable:
As mentioned above this adjoins the main residence and again has a wood grain effect uPVC stable door which opens into the:

Open Plan Sitting/Dining/Kitchen: (11.63m x 4.04m (38'1" x 13'3"))
Again, this is an open plan room, having an exposed A frame timber ceiling. There is a slate affect tiled floor to the kitchen area, which again is well equipped with a fitted range of base units with complimentary works surfaces over that incorporate a stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit, together with a 'Calor' gas hob with extractor hood over and double oven/grill at eye level. There is further storage in matching wall mounted units and built in fittings include a dishwasher and washing machine.
The sitting area has a timber floor, wall lighting and stairs leading to the gallery landing and a particularly attractive feature of the old mill fittings spans the room.
There is access to a store shed.

Inner Hallway:
With timber floor.

Wet Room:
Having a towel rail style radiator with an electric shower unit, W.C., wash hand basin, extractor fan and light/shaver point. The walls are fully tiled.

Bedroom 1: (3.23m x 3.00m (10'7" x 9'10"))
This has a window overlooking the communal gardens to the fore and this has a deep sill. The room is heated by a radiator and once again there is a timber floor.

Bedroom 2: (4.06m x 3.05m (13'3" x 10'0"))
Again having a timber floor and a window overlooking the communal grounds to the fore with a deep sill.

Gallery Landing:
This area has two radiators and could be used as a small study area if required. This leads to:

Master Bedroom/Bedroom 3: (4.57m x 3.56m (14'11" x 11'8"))
Again having a sloping ceiling with roof lights, timber floor, radiator and door connecting to an:

En-Suite:
With tiled walls, towel rail style radiator, antique style bath with shower attachments, vanity wash hand basin, together with a W.C. and shaver point. There is coloured glass window to the side.

Bedroom 4: (3.53m x 3.02m (11'6" x 9'10"))
Reached by a second staircase rising from the sitting room with 2x sky lights, radiator and an En-Suite W.C.

EXTERNALLY:
The property stands in good sized grounds which include various store sheds. These grounds provide ample car parking for the cottages and the main residence, and include several lawned areas.

Services
Mains water and electricity are connected. Drainage is to a private system. All of the elements of the property are centrally heated.

Tenure
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
N.B. As with any property of this nature, it is envisaged that any new purchaser will take over the existing bookings - on Terms to be agreed.

Local Authority
Carmarthenshire County Council, County Hall, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire SA31 1JP Tel. 01267 234567

General Remarks
The sale of Llansadurnen Farm offers an opportunity for potential purchasers who are looking for a substantial improveable principal residence, together with letting cottages that are capable of generating an immediate income, all located in a very pleasant rural setting, parts of which enjoy distance views towards the coastline. The sale of this property offers an increasingly rare opportunity to purchase an established business of this nature and viewing is therefore highly recommended.

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Llansadurnen Laugharne
Laugharne, Carmarthenshire SA33 4RH
County: Carmarthenshire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 31971350
Last Updated: Friday, 25 November 2022 16:02

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