Yr Hen Llaethdy, Llanfallteg, Whitland, Sir Gaerfyrddin


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Beautiful Barn Conversion

Approx. 2 Acres of Land

5 Beds, 3 Receptions, 3 Bathrooms

Stunning Rural Views

FBM are delighted to introduce, Yr Hen Llaethdy to the open market, a superb and modern barn conversion situated in the beautiful village of Llanfallteg. Recently renovated in 2012, this aesthetically pleasing home has been finished to a very high standard including a solid oak kitchen with granite worktops, deep slate sills, multi fuel fire set in the red brick chimney breast, oak skirting and architrave throughout. A wide variety of windows allow natural light to pour through the property along with the impressive layout to provide sociable living accommodation and truly make the most of the spectacular rural views to the rear.

Briefly, the accommodation comprises; entrance hall, reception room, open plan kitchen dining room, office / study, utility room, boiler room, 5 bedrooms 2 en suite and family bathroom. Situated on approx. 2 acre plot with fantastic grounds rolling off the back of the property. Each room provides spacious living accommodation which has been cleverly designed to make it an ideal family, forever or second home. The possibilities really are endless, whether you are looking for somewhere with a paddock or a great sized rear garden to really get stuck into, Yr Hen Llaethdy provides that opportunity. The property also benefits from double glazing throughout and a state of the art ground source heat pump system.

The beautiful village of Llanfallteg with its popular village pub is just off the A40 providing easy access to town such as Narberth and Whitland a 10 minute drive away and onto Haverfordwest, Carmarthen and the wonderful Pembrokeshire coastline.

Viewings are highly recommended to appreciate this warm and charming property, call 01834 862136 to arrange yours.

Arrange viewing 01834 218084

Frank B. Mason & Co - Narberth


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