Built in 1927, Maesteg is set in the foothills of the Preseli National Park, Maesteg is a light and airy 4 bedroom detached house with panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. The house has retained many of its original features, such as an open fireplace with art deco tiling, the original wood-panelled staircase, wooden floors and stained glass to the front door. Set in just over an acre of land, it is approached via a gravelled driveway which sweeps past the mature shrubbed front garden around the side of the property with parking for several cars. The accommodation consists of a lounge, kitchen/dining room with wood burner, utility area, shower room, and three double bedrooms on the first floor, plus a study and family bathroom. The spacious attic room offers a variety of uses, including hobby/playroom, office or fourth bedroom. Externally, there is a double garage that includes a separate workshop area and a wood store. The rear garden is partly terraced and leads up to an area of natural habitat with mature trees, encouraging wildflowers and wildlife. Hebron is a small rural village, with a friendly community and is within a short drive of the towns of Narberth, Crymych and Whitland, with many shops, schools, health and leisure facilities.