- Detached Stone Barn
- Potential For Conversion (STC).
- Gardens To Side and Rear
- Views To Front & Rear
- Village Location
An exciting opportunity to acquire a Detached Stone Barn with Lawned Gardens to the Side and Rear with views to both the front and rear over fields. The property maybe suitable for conversion to a dwelling, subject to any necessary consents and enquires should be directed to Carmarthenshire County Council. The internal layout currently consists of two rooms to the ground floor and a large open plan space to the first floor.
Llanllwni is a village and community located in Carmarthenshire, Wales. The village lies along the A485, stretching for about 2.5 mi (4.0 km), to the south-west of Llanybydder. To the south of the village lies Llanllwni Mountain. The 16th-century parish church, formerly dedicated to St. Llwni, is now dedicated to St. Luke and is a grade II* listed building. Besides Llanllwni village, the community extends to the southern bank of the River Teifi and includes the summit of Mynydd Llanybydder, 1,338 ft (408 m) high. To the north of the village are Norwood Gardens, which are open to the public for much of the year. To the south west of the village is the listed building and listed garden of Maesycrugiau Manor.
Room One (5.46m x 4.95m (17'11 x 16'3))
Room Two (5.16m x 4.29m (16'11 x 14'1))
Stairs to first floor.
Open Plan Room (13.31m x 5.00m (43'8 x 16'5))
Lawned gardens to side and rear, with dropped kerb access off road.