Set in a simply stunning rural location Glanrhydwilym, is a gem of a property. Built in the 1860s the property still retains many of its original features, such as solid wood internal doors, and a sweeping staircase. The present owners have been in the property for 24 years, during which they have bought up the land surrounding the house, which now totals six acres. This is split between mature gardens, fields and woodland.
Accommodation in the property is split over three levels, with a sitting room, kitchen dinner, utility room and bathroom on the ground floor. The second floor has four bedrooms, with three enjoying impressive views over the wooded valley. The property's third floor is split into two rooms, perfect for storage or ripe for conversion, planning permission permitting.
The property has several outbuildings and barns in its grounds, some that could be easily developed with the relevant planning permission. The property also has a log cabin in its ground that could be used as flexible accommodation, or potentially secondary income.
Glanrhydwilym is a fascinating property, which should be viewed to be fully appreciated. The property is in good condition, but with scope for modernisation. The outbuildings surrounding the property should also interest any potential buyer, with huge scope for restoration.
The property is on the outskirts of the hamlet of Rhydwilym, and is around two miles from the village of Llandissilio. The A478 that runs from the north coast down to Tenby, is easily accessible, being around one mile from the house.
Located in a tranquil valley with no immediate neighbours it would be the perfect home for those looking for a rural lifestyle.