MAESLLAN, PENYBONT, CARMARTHEN, Carmarthenshire, SA33 6PA
Situation: Grid Ref SN 309-267
The property lies alongside A minor district road, leading through the hamlet of Penybont from the directions of Trelech (2 miles) and Meidrim (4 miles) towards Talog (1 ½ miles). Penybont provides for places of worship and community centre. Trelech and Meidrim both provide for primary school, while Talog provides for village stores/filling station/agricultural merchant, chapel and hall. The Market Towns of Carmarthen and Newcastle Emlyn are some 10 & 11 miles distant respectively and both provide for a wide array of everyday facilities, but Carmarthen as County Town is an important administrative centre, as well as providing a university, general hospital, train station and road links to both the M4 and A40.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the Agents 01239 710481
Tenure: Advised Freehold
Services: Advised mains electric and water. Private Drainage. Mainly UPVC Double Glazed windows and external doors. Oil fired central heating. Council Tax Band ‘E’ £1610.57 (2016/17).
From Meidrim proceed on the B4299 in the village towards Trelech and continue until coming to a right hand junction turning for Penybont. Carry on down into the village and climb up the hill towards St Teilo’s Church. Maesllan will be set opposite the Church Vestry.
From Newcastle Emlyn proceed on the B4333 Cynwyl Elfed road from the Town and carry on for some 5 miles until coming to Maudsland Square and turn right for Trelech (B4299). Carry on and go through Bryniwan and after going around a series of bends you will see Maeniwan Farm on the left hand side. Turn left after the farmhouse for Talog/Penybont. Carry on until coming to a fork and bear right for Penybont. Carry on down and pass the local authority houses down to a ‘Give Way’. Turn right and go pass the church and Maesllan will be on the right hand side.
A 7.5 acre smallholding (est. & edged in red on the plan), with a further 15 acres available by separate negotiation, with a traditionally built house and a range of outbuildings which are set mainly to the rear of the dwelling in an elevated position. The buildings are now mainly used for storage purposes, but lend themselves easily for small animal housing/fodder/machinery storage. The Cowshed range could be adaptable for conversion purposes (i.e. holiday let unit/s) subject to necessary consents. The land lies to the side of the homestead and is all gently sloping clean pastureland.
Accommodation (All measurements are approximate)
UPVC wood effect opaque half glazed with leaded inserts front door into:
Sitting Room: 14’11 x 12’10 with patterned quarry tiled floor, window to fore, closed up fireplace with tiled surround, open beam ceiling, single panel radiator, stairs to first floor, single power point, telephone point, half glazed door into:
Lounge: 14’6 x 12’10 with window to fore, 2 radiators, inglenook area with exposed crossbeam and stone surround open fireplace with slate hearth, recess area to side, 2 double power points, TV aerial point, open beamed ceiling, half glazed door out to:
Rear Hall/Scullery: 16’5 x 6’1 with ceramic tiled floor, radiator, single power point, open beamed ceiling, doors off to:
Utility/Dairy: 13’4 x 5’8 with base and wall units and stainless steel single bowl drainer sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, 2 single power points, window to side, under stairs cupboard, storage area, ‘Worcester Danesmoor 15/19’ oil fired central heating boiler, door off to WC.
Kitchen/Living Room: 20’4” x 7’ with UPVC opaque half glazed door to side exterior, window to rear, fitted base and wall units, stainless steel single bowl drainer sink unit, 4 single power points, cooker point, tiled splash back areas, extractor fan. Ceramic tiled floor, Oil fired Rayburn set in tiled surround area (heats domestic hot water), radiator, half pebble dash exposed wall, tongue and groove clad walls.
Half Landing with sloping ceiling, radiator and doors off to:
Shower Room: 10’2” x 6’3” (with sloping ceiling double half round shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back, W.C., linoleum tiled effect flooring, mainly plastic wipe down surfacing, extractor fan, radiator, opaque glazed window to side.
Store Room/Bedroom 3: 10’2” x 6’3” approx with sloping ceiling.
Main Landing with access to:
Bedroom 1: 13’4” x 10’5” with window to front, single power point.
Box room: With window to front.
Bedroom 2: 13’4” x 10’5” (max) with window to front access to insulated loft space, double
power point, built in wardrobe, airing cupboard with shelving and hot water cylinder with immersion heater fitted.
Externally: Stone wall boundary to fore with upper level chain link fence. Concrete drive and car parking area to fore and side, leading over to hardcore yard area to rear. Steps and path leading around the rear aspect of the house. Also, leading up through the entrance and leaving the yard via a gate/style on the on the northern boundary, is a bridleway/footpath, but we are advised that this has not been used for a number of years.
The Outbuildings consist of the following:
Semi detached, to a neighbouring property’s building, stone/slate workshop/former stable 14’8” x 14’6” (internally) with window to rear and grooved floor.
Stone/block/brick cowshed/dairy range behind cowshed with new (2015) box profile roof, stalls still in situ and 2 doors to rear. Adjoining 2 lean to’s - brick and further block dairies.
2 x 3 bay Dutch barn silo’s 40; wide in total with tipping ramps at one elevated end and a 1 bay open side entrance.
20’ stone store shed with pigsty and isolation box. Steel and timber frame 24’ x 18’ garage with box profile sides and roof and internally the roof is insulated. Earth floor. Enclosed veg plot/garden area, suited for development by a discerning gardener.
The 7.5 acres comprises of 2 gently sloping fields with road frontage, with the further optional 15 acres of land in 4 level enclosures to the rear of the homestead.
Mains water tanks serve each block.
IACS: Prospective purchasers to satisfy themselves whether the land has been registered for this purpose and eligibility for future registration purposes.
Rights of Way
The property is sold with the benefit of all rights including rights of way, whether public or private, light support, drainage and water and electricity supplies and other rights, easements, quasieasements and restrictive covenants, all existing and proposed way leaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drain and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in these particulars or not.
A fenced off area located in OS No. 1472, belongs to Dŵr Cymru. Rights of access are documented for maintenance via a path leading in from the southern boundary on the district road.
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Services, fittings and equipment referred to in the sales details have not been tested (unless otherwise stated) and no warrenty can be given as to their condition.
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