Taliaris, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire

£895,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Beautiful Detached Farmhouse

117 Acres of Agricultural Land

Outbuildings

Three Bedrooms

Two Reception Rooms

Two Bathrooms

Fabulous Setting

DESCRIPTION The sale of Cwmceiliog Fawr offers a great opportunity to buy your own little piece of Wales. The property comprises of a delightful period farmhouse full of character and charm together with around 117 acres or thereabouts of agricultural ground, most of which is laid to permanent grassland but intersected by a series of woodland and areas of wildlife habitat, complimented by 2 attractive wildlife lakes.

. The farmland is currently let on a short term grazing license giving the buyer the opportunity to enjoy the ground without having the responsibility associated with such. Similar arrangements can be put in hand if the buyer does not wish to be an active farmer, conversely Cwmceiliog Fawr offers a great farming opportunity as it is located in a renowned agricultural area within 4 miles of the regional market town of Llandeilo. It is positioned in a rural environment off a private road that serves two other nearby dwellings, formerly barns which once belonged to the farmhouse. The house itself enjoys superb views in a southerly direction over beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside.

LOCATION Cwmceiliog Fawr is set just a short distance to the north of the regional hamlet of Taliaris located in Dulais Valley in the historic county of Carmarthenshire. Local attractions include Llyn Brianne dam, Dinefwr Castle and great walks are available on the nearby Black Mountains and just a short drive away the National Botanic Garden of Wales.

The regional centre of Llandeilo offers good basic amenities, approximately 4 miles, whilst Carmarthen, the regional centre approximately 18 miles offers a great choice of both shopping and leisure facilities.

WALK INSIDE

Ground Floor An attractive storm porch leads into the formal Entrance Hall from where stairs leads to the first floor accommodation with an understairs cupboard. there are 2 formal Reception Rooms either side of the hallway, a Dining Room with feature stone wall and recess with fitted 'Efel' oil fired stove, and the Sitting Room, a beautiful room, with deep recessed inglenook style fireplace with built-in bread oven and cast iron wood burning stove. To the rear of the ground floor is the Kitchen/Breakfast Room having attractive tiled floor, exposed ceiling timbers, extensive range of fitted units including cupboard and drawer space including storage space, and one and a half bowl sink. To one end of the kitchen is an oil fired 2 oven Aga range with back boiler which heats domestic hot water, all set in beautiful stone wall brick surround. Off the kitchen is a Utility Room, an essential in a house of this type, where there is a single drainer sink and plumbing for washing machine. The rear porch leads to a covered veranda.

First Floor The first floor accommodation is accessed via the stairway form the entrance hall and provides access to 3/4 Bedrooms, the 2 principal bedrooms having feature fire surrounds and the master bedroom and En-Suite comprising shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c.. The third bedroom has an element of sloping ceiling and the Family Bathroom having a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back and low level w.c.

WALK OUTSIDE The driveway which extends from the council maintained road is shared with the neighbouring properties to a point within 100m of the house from where there is a private drive that leads to a parking and turning area providing access to the garage/workshop. The immediate gardens are beautifully presented with a series of mature shrubs and attractive lawns with a beautiful terrace to the front from where there are outstanding views over beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside. Just a short distance from the house is a small wildlife pond which is a great habitat for local wildlife.

THE LAND The property amounts to approximately 117 acres or thereabouts, mostly of pasture which straddles the initial entrance drive but the majority being located to the east and north of the farmhouse. The land is arranged in excellent sized enclosures, many being accessed off an internal farm roadway. A great attraction of this holding are the attractive areas of established mixed woodland which are located amongst the traditional farmland providing great value for habitat and as a shelter belt for the land. A particular feature of this property is the beautiful lake located on the northern fields created by the seller and attracting a wonderful selection of wildlife.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including rights of way, easements and proposed wayleaves. Please check with the highways department at the local authority for the exact location of any public footpaths, bridleways, if applicable.

EPC Rating = F

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