- PERIOD PROPERTY
- SIX DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
- OFF ROAD PARKING
- CHARACTER FEATURES
- PATIO & GARDEN
- DESIRABLE VILLAGE LOCATION
- WALK TO BEACH
- CLOSE TO VILLAGE AMENITIES
- EPC RATING G
Benefitting from oil central heating, the accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance porch & hallway, lounge with feature fireplace and oil stove, a dining room, storage/pantry, WC, kitchen/breakfast room with an eye-catching AGA with door out to a lean-to area which has store cupboards to one side and door on the other side to the patio. Stairs from the hallway lead up to the first floor, where there are three double bedrooms, one of which has a partition wall with a cozy seating area complete with a wood-burning stove on one side and a bedroom area on the other. There is a bathroom on this floor, as well as a separate shower room, making it perfect for families. A further staircase leads you to the second and final floor with a further three double bedrooms. This property should be viewed to appreciate the space inside and its fantastic location.
Externally to the front, there is a small garden at either side of the pathway and parking for 3-4 cars at the side of the house. At the rear, there is a patio leading from the house with a couple of steps up into the garden which is laid to lawn. The vendor has full planning permission to demolish the existing lean-to and erect a new single-storey rear extension as a holiday let. Application no. PL/00995 registered on 01/03/2021 which is valid for two years.
This prominent, end of terrace house, built in 1880, sits in an enviable position in the centre of the beautiful coastal village of Llansteffan. Situated close to amenities and full of character and charm, this well-presented property offers excellent family living space.
THE OWNER SAYS
The house was built in 1880 by a very wealthy businessman who also built a shop next door. There is a door in the kitchen which originally gave access from the house to the shop, (now a store cupboard). In the 1920's, it was a lodging house for tourists visiting Llansteffan, and it was particularly popular during 'Miners Fortnight'. The house was then purchased in the 1970's as a family home and remained in the family until the current owner bought it.
COME ON IN
The pillars at the gateway to the house, inscribed with the property name, is a fitting entrance to this characterful home. Benefitting from oil central heating, the accommodation comprises of an entrance porch and hallway with original floor boards. The 19' long lounge sits on one side of the hallway and has a beautiful feature fireplace complete with oil stove. The dining room is on the other side of the hall, perfect for dining or could lend itself to be another sitting room if so needed. There is a handy walk-in storage cupboard/pantry before entering into the kitchen/breakfast room, as well as another pantry/store cupboard inside the kitchen. The kitchen has units on all four walls with the dining table placed perfectly in the centre. Along with the eye-catching AGA, this room is undoubtedly the heart of this home. From the kitchen, there is a door out to a lean-to area which has store cupboards to one side and door on the other side to the patio. Stairs from the hallway lead up to the first floor, where there are three double bedrooms, one of which has a partition wall with a cozy seating area complete with a wood-burning stove on one side and a bedroom area on the other. There is a bathroom on this floor, as well as a separate shower room, making it perfect for families. A further staircase leads you to the second and final floor with a further three double bedrooms. This property should be viewed to appreciate the space inside and its fantastic location.
The beautiful blue facade of the building stands out, making it a prominent feature in this pretty village road. At the pillared entrance, there is a small garden on either side of the pathway and at the side of the house, there is parking for 3-4 cars with entryways into the rear garden. At the rear, there is a patio leading from the house with a couple of steps up into the lawned garden. From the rear of the house, the view out is of a local farmer's fields, often used for grazing sheep, a perfect countryside view. The vendor has full planning permission to demolish the existing lean-to and erect a new single-storey rear extension for holiday let purposes. Thus giving the new owner the option to gain potential income from the holiday let property once built. (Application no. PL/00995 registered on 01/03/2021 and valid for two years).
Often described as Wales’ best kept secret, the idyllic village of Llansteffan is one never to be overlooked. Its lively community spirit, colourful characters and untouched qualities are just a few of the many reasons to consider this beautiful area. Llansteffan castle built by the Normans in the 12th century stands prominently above the village and adds even more local interest. The village benefits from a vibrant community shop, galleries, pubs and restaurants and fantastic walks and views. For anything you can’t get in the village, the County town of Carmarthen is only 8 miles away and has everything you could require for modern-day living.
1.42m x 0.97m (4'8 x 3'2)
5.99m x 3.07m (19'8 x 10'1)
4.09m x 3.20m (13'5 x 10'6)
4.98m x 3.99m (16'4 x 13'1)
1.57m x 2.31m (5'2 x 7'7)
4.52m x 3.18m (14'10 x 10'5)
6.02m x 3.02m (19'9 x 9'11)
3.56m x 3.12m max (11'8 x 10'3 max)
1.55m x 2.03m (5'1 x 6'8)
2.64m x 2.01m (8'8 x 6'7)
3.28m x 3.23m max (10'9 x 10'7 max)
3.91m x 3.28m (12'10 x 10'9)
3.58m max x 2.57m (11'9 max x 8'5)
VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.
TENURE: We are advised: FREEHOLD.
SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.
TAX: Band F
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