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Entrance Hall
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Living Room
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Entrance Hall
Entrance Hall
Kitchen
Kitchen
Kitchen
Bedroom 1
Landing
Bedroom 5
Bedroom 5
Bedroom 6
Bathroom
Landing
Landing
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The Bailiffs Cottage
The Bailiffs Cottage
The Bailiffs Cottage
The Bailiffs Cottage
The Bailiffs Cottage
The Bailiffs Cottage
The Bailiffs Cottage
The Bailiffs Cottage
The Bailiffs Cottage
The Bailiffs Cottage
The Bailiffs Cottage
The Bailiffs Cottage
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Cilycwm, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire.

£750,000

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Henllys Manor House is a fine example of a manor house of considerable character dating from the 16th Century and a now well preserved house of early Georgian style circa 1825 to 1830. A stunning Grade II* listed manor house set in approximately 3.4 acres including paddock and mature manageable gardens with the addition of sought after fishing rights on a stretch of the River Tywi. The property also includes The Bailiffs Cottage which is a detached 2 bedroom cottage currently used as a holiday let. The sale of Henllys presents a very rare and unique opportunity to purchase a property steeped in history. Originally owned from the early 16th Century by the Lewis family of Morgan Gwal Y Ci then in 1788 to 1815 the property was occupied by Colonel David Williams of the East India Company whose wife is said to have buried her jewels within the grounds of the estate, which to this day, have never been found. Colonel David William's nephew, William Jones occupied the property from 1815 to 1850 then to another nephew, David Thomas from 1850 onwards. From 1919 the property was rented by Rev Constable and sold to Ken Williams in 1945 until the family purchased the property in 1978 and have lovingly maintained the property since. The estate was finally split in 2015.

The accommodation in principle comprises on the ground floor 2 reception rooms, kitchen, utility, separate wc and internal door to storage room. The beautiful Georgian staircase rises to the part landing off which is the first bedroom then on to the first floor landing which offers 5 sizeable bedrooms and bathroom. The staircase continues to the second half landing which is currently used as a study area and on to the spacious attic rooms. The property externally benefits from picturesque views of the surrounding countryside with maintained lawn to the front and paddock further ahead with vegetable patches and greenhouse and set in all to approximately 3.4 acres. In addition to the main house The Bailiffs Cottage is included, a delightful 2 bedroom property with living room and kitchen currently used as a holiday let but is ideal for additional family accommodation.

Located approximately 2 miles from the historic market town of Llandovery which offers comprehensive shopping facilities with a variety of shops, post office, patisserie, butcher, doctors surgery, cottage hospital, public houses/restaurants, junior school and Llandovery College in the private sector together with swimming pool and supermarket on the outskirts of town.

The accommodation comprises as follows:

  • Grade II* 6 Bedroom Manor House Dating From The 16th Century
  • Additional Detached Grade II Listed 2 Bedroom Cottage Currently Used As Holiday Let
  • Set In Approximately 3.4 Acres
  • In Need Of Upgrading
  • Fishing Rights On The River Tywi

Full description

Henllys Manor House is a fine example of a manor house of considerable character dating from the 16th Century and a now well preserved house of early Georgian style circa 1825 to 1830. A stunning Grade II* listed manor house set in approximately 3.4 acres including paddock and mature manageable gardens with the addition of sought after fishing rights on a stretch of the River Tywi. The property also includes The Bailiffs Cottage which is a detached 2 bedroom cottage currently used as a holiday let. The sale of Henllys presents a very rare and unique opportunity to purchase a property steeped in history. Originally owned from the early 16th Century by the Lewis family of Morgan Gwal Y Ci then in 1788 to 1815 the property was occupied by Colonel David Williams of the East India Company whose wife is said to have buried her jewels within the grounds of the estate, which to this day, have never been found. Colonel David William's nephew, William Jones occupied the property from 1815 to 1850 then to another nephew, David Thomas from 1850 onwards. From 1919 the property was rented by Rev Constable and sold to Ken Williams in 1945 until the family purchased the property in 1978 and have lovingly maintained the property since. The estate was finally split in 2015.

The accommodation in principle comprises on the ground floor 2 reception rooms, kitchen, utility, separate wc and internal door to storage room. The beautiful Georgian staircase rises to the part landing off which is the first bedroom then on to the first floor landing which offers 5 sizeable bedrooms and bathroom. The staircase continues to the second half landing which is currently used as a study area and on to the spacious attic rooms. The property externally benefits from picturesque views of the surrounding countryside with maintained lawn to the front and paddock further ahead with vegetable patches and greenhouse and set in all to approximately 3.4 acres. In addition to the main house The Bailiffs Cottage is included, a delightful 2 bedroom property with living room and kitchen currently used as a holiday let but is ideal for additional family accommodation.

Located approximately 2 miles from the historic market town of Llandovery which offers comprehensive shopping facilities with a variety of shops, post office, patisserie, butcher, doctors surgery, cottage hospital, public houses/restaurants, junior school and Llandovery College in the private sector together with swimming pool and supermarket on the outskirts of town.

The accommodation comprises as follows:

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