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Banc Trapp, Trapp, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire.

£650,000

icon 5 bedrooms icon 3 bathrooms

This country house is steeped in history dating back to the 1500's one of the oldest residences in the village, extended and renovated to a high standard to provide an attractive home of character with many original features including beamed ceilings and inglenook fireplaces. The property has the benefit of double glazing, dormer windows, oil central heating, oak and flagged stone flooring, modern fitted kitchen/breakfast and family room, lounge, sitting room, shower room and bathroom.

The well presented accommodation comprises 2 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast/family room, shower room and utility area on the ground floor and at first floor 4 bedrooms, bathroom and potential 5th bedroom/landing area.

Externally the grounds extend to approximately 1.23 acres with an open aspect over the surrounding countryside and views to Carreg Cennen Castle. The property is approached via a gated entrance drive with parking to front and extensive lawned gardens with woodland/naturalised area and workshop/store shed.

Situated in an unique location within the village of Trapp offering comfortable rural family living with countryside activities on its door step. Trapp village is within a short distance of Llandeilo (approximately 5 minutes away) which offers a wide and varied range of amenities to include bank, shops, offices and schools etc.

The M4 Motorway junction at Cross Hands approximately 15 minutes giving good road links to the rest of the country. Local attractions include Carreg Cennen Castle, Dynevor and Dryslwyn castles, Aberglasney gardens and the National Botanical gardens at Llanarthney.

  • An Attractive Immaculate Country Home
  • Well Presented & Modernised Throughout
  • Standing in just over an acre
  • Convenient Village Location
  • Spectacular views of Carreg Cennen Castle
  • Double Glazing & Oil Central Heating
  • Well kept garden with shrubs, bushes & Ornamental trees
  • Gravelled parking area and naturalised area
  • Viewing is Highly Recommended

Full description

This country house is steeped in history dating back to the 1500's one of the oldest residences in the village, extended and renovated to a high standard to provide an attractive home of character with many original features including beamed ceilings and inglenook fireplaces. The property has the benefit of double glazing, dormer windows, oil central heating, oak and flagged stone flooring, modern fitted kitchen/breakfast and family room, lounge, sitting room, shower room and bathroom.

The well presented accommodation comprises 2 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast/family room, shower room and utility area on the ground floor and at first floor 4 bedrooms, bathroom and potential 5th bedroom/landing area.

Externally the grounds extend to approximately 1.23 acres with an open aspect over the surrounding countryside and views to Carreg Cennen Castle. The property is approached via a gated entrance drive with parking to front and extensive lawned gardens with woodland/naturalised area and workshop/store shed.

Situated in an unique location within the village of Trapp offering comfortable rural family living with countryside activities on its door step. Trapp village is within a short distance of Llandeilo (approximately 5 minutes away) which offers a wide and varied range of amenities to include bank, shops, offices and schools etc.

The M4 Motorway junction at Cross Hands approximately 15 minutes giving good road links to the rest of the country. Local attractions include Carreg Cennen Castle, Dynevor and Dryslwyn castles, Aberglasney gardens and the National Botanical gardens at Llanarthney.

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