Bethlehem, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire

£735,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 7
Georgian country house

Approx 3.5 acres of land

Beautiful grounds & stunning views

7 bedrooms 4 Receptions 2 Bathrooms

Copious amount of character & charm

Additional detached Grade II listed barn with planning consent

DESCRIPTION A lovely Georgian country house in the Towy Valley, situated on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park and sitting in approximately 3.5 acres of gardens and grounds. The house boasts an elevated position which furnishes you with spectacular views, which are forever changing in the delights of the different seasons over the valley and surrounding countryside. More land available by separate negotiation.

This delightful seven bedroom country house would make a fine family home with its beautiful gardens and stone barn offering great potential.

LOCATION Pentre Parr sits in a slightly elevated location overlooking the Towy valley just 3 miles from the popular market town of Llandeilo. The local town offers a good choice of local shops and facilities and has recently benefitted from a newly built secondary school. Carmarthen, the regional centre, is about 15 miles to the west where there is a good choice of leisure amenities whilst the M4 near Ammanford is just 10 miles away from where there are great links towards Swansea etc.

WALK INSIDE You will enter the house through the entrance porch and enter the grand hallway which boasts solid oak wooden floors and high ceilings. The first rooms off the hallway to the front of the house are the Lounge and Drawing room. Both rooms are wonderful with impressively high ceilings, Oak wooden floors and a multi fuel burning stoves. There are sash style windows with window seats to the front framing the fabulous views across the valley. Positioned towards the rear of the house we have a warm and welcoming sitting room with pine wooden floor, multi fuel burning stove and double French doors guiding you to the rear patio and lawned area. There is also a very handy cloakroom and separate shower room at the rear of the ground floor hallway.

. The Kitchen/breakfast room is a substantial hub of the house with ample room for cooking and entertaining. There are fitted hand crafted Elm cupboards and work surface, Aga, tiled floor and a built in Elm seating bench which can be used in conjunction for casual dining. There are windows to the rear overlooking fields and a stream and a secondary staircase leading to the rear first floor landing. A very generous utility room sits off the kitchen/breakfast room which will lead you outside to the side of the property. A separate Dining room produces a wonderful and characterful space, perfect for entertaining. From the rear of the hallway, you can also access a copious cobbled stone floor basement, the basement is arranged across three rooms, one of which houses a large slate former salting bench.

First Floor As we ascend the main staircase to the first floor we are met firstly with the impressive master bedroom, which is extremely generous with sash style windows to front encompassing the countryside view. The master bedroom also has an en-suite bathroom. This floor is quaintly split level and houses another four double bedrooms, all full of character and lovely views. You will also find a substantial family bathroom with traditional, freestanding roll top bath and a separate W.C.

Second Floor Ascending again to the second floor, you will discover two further bedrooms with Velux style windows creating light spaces with countryside views.

WALK OUTISDE Externally you will approach the property via a hard surface lane through a country field just off a beautiful country road.

The entire property is surrounded by plentiful grounds, mature trees and lawn which provides a magical parkland style setting. There are well-maintained, manicured gardens to the front, side and rear. Within the perimeter tree line is a magical tree house for little kids and big kids alike. The rear enclosed, south facing pretty garden, has a paved seating area where you can look out over the fields.

There is also a paddock which is bounded by a small stream.

An impressive Grade II listed stone built barn convenes in the grounds, which benefits from planning consent for conversion to a holiday cottage with auxiliary accommodation and swimming pool.

EPC Rating = F

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