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Dryslwyn, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire.

£470,000

icon 4 bedrooms icon 2 bathrooms

This original welsh cottage is of traditional construction under a slated roof, tastefully extended in 2010 to provide a family home of character, steeped in history, dating back to the 1800's with many original features to include the beamed ceilings, 'A' frames, timber doors and fireplaces. The property has the benefit of partial double glazing and oil central heating. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the 'olde worlde' style of this attractive home.

The versatile accommodation lends itself to provide 2 separate self contained cottages which comprise the original cottage to include hall, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, lounge and 2 first floor bedrooms and the the newer tastefully added extension comprising kitchen/breakfast room, lounge, 2 bedrooms and bathroom.

Externally there is a side driveway with an open ended garage and access through to attractive lawned gardens with patio's and vegetable area with an ideal summer house/home office with side conservatory.

Situated in a semi rural location in the Towy Valley on the edge of the village of Cwrt Henri, close to village amenities which includes primary School, Village Shop and hair dressers, approximately half a mile from the A40 trunk road putting Llandeilo (approximately 6 miles) and Carmarthen (approximately 11 miles) within a short driving distance. A wide range of educational, shopping, banking and other amenities are therefore a convenient distance away. The M4 extension at Crosshands is within easy commuting distance.

The area is a well known tourist destination with popular attractions of Dinefwr Castle, Carreg Cennen Castle, Dryslwyn Castle, Aberglasney Gardens and The Botanical Gardens of Wales are all within a short drive away. The popular coastlines of Gower and Pembrokeshire are approximately 25 miles away.

  • An attractive 3/4 Bedroom Family Home of much Charm & Character
  • With Versatile accommodation lending itself to 2 self contained cottages
  • Oil Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Attractive Gardens with an abundance of shrubs, borders and fruit trees
  • Ideal Home Office/Summer House
  • Outskirts Cwrt Henri Village
  • Convenient to Carmarthen and Llandeilo
  • Viewing Highly Recommended.

Full description

This original welsh cottage is of traditional construction under a slated roof, tastefully extended in 2010 to provide a family home of character, steeped in history, dating back to the 1800's with many original features to include the beamed ceilings, 'A' frames, timber doors and fireplaces. The property has the benefit of partial double glazing and oil central heating. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the 'olde worlde' style of this attractive home.

The versatile accommodation lends itself to provide 2 separate self contained cottages which comprise the original cottage to include hall, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, lounge and 2 first floor bedrooms and the the newer tastefully added extension comprising kitchen/breakfast room, lounge, 2 bedrooms and bathroom.

Externally there is a side driveway with an open ended garage and access through to attractive lawned gardens with patio's and vegetable area with an ideal summer house/home office with side conservatory.

Situated in a semi rural location in the Towy Valley on the edge of the village of Cwrt Henri, close to village amenities which includes primary School, Village Shop and hair dressers, approximately half a mile from the A40 trunk road putting Llandeilo (approximately 6 miles) and Carmarthen (approximately 11 miles) within a short driving distance. A wide range of educational, shopping, banking and other amenities are therefore a convenient distance away. The M4 extension at Crosshands is within easy commuting distance.

The area is a well known tourist destination with popular attractions of Dinefwr Castle, Carreg Cennen Castle, Dryslwyn Castle, Aberglasney Gardens and The Botanical Gardens of Wales are all within a short drive away. The popular coastlines of Gower and Pembrokeshire are approximately 25 miles away.

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