Dolgran, Pencader

£425,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
**VIRTUAL VIEWING AVAILABLE**

Fantastic opportunity to purchase this detached 3 bedroom former Miller's house, sitting in approximately 0.43acres, in the rural location of Dolgran, around 9 miles north of Carmarthen.

With character features and an inglenook fireplace, this multi-level property is in good decorative order, and benefits from oil central heating. Located down a lane, shared with one other property, and offering beautiful surroundings, the accommodation comprises: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room with feature fireplace, WC with additional storage area, Living Room with Inglenook fireplace and countryside views, Kitchen/Breakfast Room with fitted units and views over the garden, Utility Room with additional worktop and sink. On the first floor there are Three Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom with shower cubicle, WC, basin and shaver socket. There is also an integral storage area/workshop.

Externally, the property sits on a tiered plot of approximately 0.43acres, mainly laid to lawn with a glasshouse, shed and log store. A real rural retreat with just one near neighbour, this property must be seen to be fully appreciated.

The County town of Carmarthen lays claim to being the oldest town in Wales, boasting a strong Roman heritage dating back to AD c75. Situated on the River Towy eight miles north of its mouth at Carmarthen Bay, the town is the location of the headquarters of Dyfed Powys Police, the Carmarthen Campus of The University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, and The West Wales General Hospital. The town is well served by numerous primary schools and two secondary schools offering education through the medium of Welsh and English. The former cattle market in the heart of the town has undergone massive regeneration and the new shopping centre now houses most high street names, an Apollo Cinema complex, restaurants, bars, and a multi-storey car park. The town is also served by direct intercity trains from West Wales to London.

The County town of Carmarthen lays claim to being the oldest town in Wales, boasting a strong Roman heritage dating back to AD c75. Situated on the River Towy eight miles north of its mouth at Carmarthen Bay, the town is the location of the headquarters of Dyfed Powys Police, the Carmarthen Campus of The University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, and The West Wales General Hospital. The town is well served by numerous primary schools and two secondary schools offering education through the medium of Welsh and English. The former cattle market in the heart of the town has undergone massive regeneration and the new shopping centre now houses most high street names, an Apollo Cinema complex, restaurants, bars, and a multi-storey car park. The town is also served by direct intercity trains from West Wales to London.

Entrance Hall

2.59m x 1.78m (8'5 x 5'10 )

Sitting Room

4.53m x 3.66m (14'10 x 12'0 )

WC

0.79m (1.77m max) x 2.26m (2'7 (5'9 max) x 7'4 )

Living Room

4.55m x 4.21m (14'11 x 13'10 )

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

3.70m x 3.97m (12'2 x 13'0 )

Utility Room

2.75m x 2.37m (9'0 x 7'9 )

Rear Hall

1.71m x 1.14m (5'7 x 3'8 )

Landing

2.52m x 2.55m (8'3 x 8'4 )

Bedroom 1

4.15m x 3.92m (13'7 x 12'10 )

Bathroom

1.85m x 2.74m (6'1 x 9'0 )

Bedroom 2

4.53m x 3.69m (14'10 x 12'1 )

Bedroom 3

4.50m x 2.84m (14'9 x 9'4 )

We Say

An attractive, traditional, stone built former Miller's house. Originally built in the 1800s, sitting in approximately 0.43acres. A real rural retreat with character features. It is located on the outskirts of the village of Pencader, which offer a good range of daily amenities including a local primary school and conveniently just 9 miles from the market town of Carmarthen.

Come on in

Entering via it's front door, Ty Felin Bele welcomes you warmly into the entrance hall. With a tiled floor this light space has the stairs straight ahead of you and three doors leading through to the rest of the property. Take the door to your left and you enter the sitting room, with a feature fireplace. This room overlooks the front garden and neighbouring fields. The hallway has an under stairs WC, with small basin, towel rail and an area to the rear for additional storage. A third door takes you through to the characterful living room, with Inglenook fireplace. This room also looks out to the front of the property. Exit the living room via the door to your left and step down into the Kitchen/Breakfast room, fitted with a range of base and eye level units with space for a breakfast table and a panoramic window overlooking the grounds and countryside. There are two doors leading from this room, the first to the rear hall and back door, and the second takes you down some more steps into the utility area, with additional worktop space and sink. This room also leads through to an additional storage room/workshop.

Head on up to the landing via the two part staircase, past the window with views looking out to the grounds and over the neighbouring property. The first door, to your right, leads you through to the second bedroom with its own feature fireplace. This room also benefits from views overlooking the front of the property. Head back out to the landing and the bathroom is directly to your right, with shower cubicle, WC, Basin and shaver socket, also housing the airing cupboard and water tank. Continue along the landing and the door ahead of you leads to bedroom three, currently being used as an office, with countryside views and a feature fireplace. The final door from the landing leads down some steps into the master bedroom, with dual aspect windows and exposed beams. This room is full of character and must be seen to be fully appreciated.

Step Outside

The property is reached via a long track, which we are advised is council-maintained. Parking is available on a gravelled area to the rear of the property and the right side of the driveway, where there is also a shed.

Sitting in approximately 0.43acres, the front garden of the property is enclosed with hedging and a raised flower bed, and borders the neighbouring field. The garden is set over two tiers, to the left of the property and is mainly laid to lawn. The garden also boasts a greenhouse on the upper tier and a log store on the side of the property next to the workshop and additional shed. A real rural retreat, this property is a must see.

GENERAL INFORMATION

VIEWING: By appointment with the Agents.

TENURE: We are advised freehold.

SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.

PLEASE NOTE: We are advised this property is served by private drainage.

TAX BAND: E Carmarthen

AGENTS VIEWING NOTES: We would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externally

EJL/SLE/03/2021/OK EJL

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