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A substantial, detached property offering family size accommodation and enjoying beautiful countryside views from an elevated position on the outskirts of Pontyberem, just 8 miles from Carmarthen town and its amenities. Situated within 0.39 acres of grounds with stream boundary this modern property has recently been renovated and benefits from ample off-road parking and oil central heating and briefly comprises: On the ground floor, entrance hall, dining area, fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wall and base units and large breakfast bar, inner hallway, utility area and lounge with inglenook fireplace with feature tiled wall and wood burning stove inset. On the first floor the landing is split into two and there are 5 bedrooms, one benefiting from an en-suite, and a family bathroom. From the second landing area there are stairs which lead to an attic room.
Externally, the property is accessed via a tarmacadam driveway, offering ample off-road parking to the front. Steps lead up to the property and to a paved area to the front. To the side of the property a gate leads to a paddock with stable to the side and a further gate to the rear garden. Beautifully landscaped the rear garden is laid to lawn and showcases a variety of mature trees and shrubs, with a decked and graveled area and raised pond to the front, offering a perfect vantage point to sit and enjoy the countryside views. Further steps lead to a further lawned area and footbridge over the stream. To the side of the garden there is space for additional off-road parking and there is a paved path that leads down the side of the property to further outbuildings with light and power supply, and raised beds and gated side access to the road.
Pontyberem is nestled within the Gwendraeth Valley and benefit from primary schools, shops and amenities and community events. Pontyberem is historically famous for its coal mines and following their closure now remains a peaceful village the railway lines leading to the coal mines now replaced with a safe and enjoyable cycle path stretching to Llanelli and the millennium coastal path. The village is within short distance to the county town of Carmarthen and have easy access to Crosshands and the M4. The villages are serviced by bus links regularly and are full of the village charm that you may be desiring. The town boasts football and rugby clubs as well as many community events.
viewing: By appointment only.
Tenure: We are advised freehold
services: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.
Tax: Band E Carmarthenshire
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