DELFRYN, PENBOYR, FELINDRE, Carmarthenshire, SA44 5JF
Situation: Grid ref: SN355 – 365
The property is set in the rural hamlet of Penboyr, alongside a minor district road leading from Drefach Felindre (1 ½ miles) towards the Five Roads crossroads (1 mile) which takes you to both the B4333 Newcastle Emlyn to Cynwyl Elfed road and the A484 Newcastle Emlyn to Carmarthen roads. Penboyr is a collection of dwellings and rural properties and provides for church and hall. The larger village of Drefach Felindre provides for primary school, hall, grocery, sub-post office, places of worship, public houses and is home to the Welsh National Woollen Museum. The county town of Carmarthen is some 13 miles distant and provides for a wider array of amenities. The market town of Newcastle Emlyn is some 6 miles distant and has a good selection of facilities.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the Agents 01239 710481.
Tenure: Advised freehold.
Services: Advised mains electricity and water. Private drainage. UPVC double glazing.
Oil fired central heating. Council tax band ‘D’ £1380.55 (2017/18).
Directions: On entering Drefach Felindre from Newcastle Emlyn direction, proceed to the Church and cross the small humped back bridge. Go along past the houses and you will come to a wide left hand junction. Turn here and climb up the hill for Penboyr. Carry on along the straight stretch and after passing the Church Hall, Delfryn will be a little further along on the right hand side, with our ‘For Sale’ board erected.
Description: Traditionally constructed mainly of stone and later block extension to the rear, under both slate tiled and flat roofs. Adjoining the house on one side is a sizable garage/workshop and the land lies to one side and behind the dwelling, with independent access off the district road. The property provides comfortable accommodation for a young family/retirement purposes. The outbuildings and land can be used for various purposes, dependant on choice.
The detached two storey house provides the following accommodation: (Please note all measurements are approximate).
Open fronted Storm Porch with windows to front on both sides, small slate step to half opaque Front Door with glazed and leaded inserts, leading into:
Hallway: With stairs to first floor, radiator, doors off to:
Lounge: 16’10” x 14’ with window to front, two double power points, electric storage heater, radiator, TV point, stone surround fireplace with coal effect LP gas fire connected and slate hearth and timber mantle, corner recess display areas to both sides, coved and textured ceiling, return door to hallway.
Rear Hall: With electric storage heater, electric fuse and control boxes, doors off to:
Living/Dining Room: 11’4” x 9’5” with window to rear, Oil fired Rayburn for heating domestic hot water and cooking, set in tiled surround recess area and twin level built in cupboards set on both sides. Double power point, TV aerial connection, vintage ceiling mounted clothes drying rack.
Kitchenette: 9’4” x 7’4” with window to rear, fitted base and wall units, 2 double power points, plumbing for washing machine, 4 ring LP gas hob, one exposed stone wall, tongue and groove panelled ceiling, open under stairs storage area.
Rear Porch: With Terrazzo tiled floor, window to side, part opaque glazed side entrance door, double power point, built in corner store cupboard, space for domestic appliances, door off to:
Bathroom: 8’5” x 7’3” (the area is a cavity block wall extension, with flat roof) refurbished in 2015 (we are verbally advised), with opaque window to rear, tiled walls, shower cubicle with glazed panels and unit, panelled bath, hand wash basin set in vanity unit cupboard, W.C., electric wall heater, currently covered up Terrazzo tiled floor.
First floor Landing: With single power point, window to side, telephone point, access to part insulated loft space, doors off to:
Under eaves Box room: With sloping ceiling, window to side.
Bedroom 1: 11’2” x 9’6” with tilt and turn window to front, 2 double power points, radiator, coved ceiling.
Bedroom 2: 14’9” x 11’8” min, with two tilt and turn windows to front, 3 double power points, radiator, fitted wardrobe suite with central space for double bed.
Bedroom 3: 15’10” x 9’6” with tilt and turn window to rear, sloping ceiling, double power point, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.
Externally: Small enclosed courtyard to fore with gated pedestrian path and lawn area to side. Concrete patio area to rear and path going around one side of dwelling. Sizeable lawn area to side and rear of house. Plastic Oil tank to serve Rayburn. Gateway to rear and side to bounding field. Gravelled border area.
Adjoining the house on one side is a block/brick built 4 car Garage/Workshop 25’2” x 23’4” (internal dimensions) with opaque window to side, 2 vehicle doors to fore, UPVC part glazed pedestrian door to side accessing bounding field, inspection pit with 2 double power points and lights, further 2 double power points in workshop, ‘Firebird system 70’ oil fired central
heating boiler, door to rear off to lean–to store room 16’7” x 11’1” (internal dimensions) with UPVC door to access rear patio. External water tap and plastic central heating oil tank for the central heating.
Set in the bounding field is a gateway out to roadway, brick 4 tie cowshed 16’ x 13’2” (externally). 3 bay 36’ x 18’ timber pole open fronted livestock/machinery shed.
The Land: A level 3 acre field lies to the side, on the northern aspect, of the homestead and the remainder lies due south west of the homestead in 2 enclosures, being all boundary fenced for sheep and in good heart and level to very gently sloping. The mains water supply for the land is currently from the homestead, but we are verbally advised that a mains water pipe does cross the land. .
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.
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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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