Llandybie CARMARTHENSHIRE

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  • Attractive Three Bedroom Semi-Detached House
  • Large Garden with Outbuildings
  • Set In Approx. Two Acres Including an Old Quarry
  • Wonderful Views Over the Amman Valley Towards the Betws Mountain

Ffynnon Las is understood to date back around two hundred years and was originally part of the Cawdor Estate. The present owners have been there since 2010, since when they  have refurbished the property throughout and in the agents’ opinion it is now extremely well presented, both internally and externally.

The former quarry has been closed for many decades and is now almost completely wooded, providing wonderful wildlife habitat. Please note that the mineral rights have been retained by the Tarmac Limited.

The property lies on the outskirts of the village adjacent to a nature reserve and some spectacular former quarries, which are now disused and are very popular with dog walkers etc. Llandybie has a range of local amenities including a Co-op supermarket, chemist, restaurants, hairdresser, village school and Parish Church. Ammanford has a wider range of facilities including a large Tesco supermarket and nearby Llandeilo is the local market town.

There is good access onto the A48 dual-carriageway at Cross Hands, which links to the M4 motorway at Pont Abraham.

Price Guide £290,000 Ref: WALES_EO5961

AN ATTRACTIVE THREE BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE, SET IN SPACIOUS GROUNDS OF APPROX. TWO ACRES, INCORPORATING AN OLD QUARRY, IN AN ELEVATED POSITION, WITH GLORIOUS VIEWS OVER THE AMMAN VALLEY TOWARDS THE BETWS MOUNTAIN

  • Attractive Three Bedroom Semi-Detached House
  • Large Garden with Outbuildings
  • Set In Approx. Two Acres Including an Old Quarry
  • Wonderful Views Over the Amman Valley Towards the Betws Mountain

Ffynnon Las is understood to date back around two hundred years and was originally part of the Cawdor Estate. The present owners have been there since 2010, since when they  have refurbished the property throughout and in the agents’ opinion it is now extremely well presented, both internally and externally.

The former quarry has been closed for many decades and is now almost completely wooded, providing wonderful wildlife habitat. Please note that the mineral rights have been retained by the Tarmac Limited.

The property lies on the outskirts of the village adjacent to a nature reserve and some spectacular former quarries, which are now disused and are very popular with dog walkers etc. Llandybie has a range of local amenities including a Co-op supermarket, chemist, restaurants, hairdresser, village school and Parish Church. Ammanford has a wider range of facilities including a large Tesco supermarket and nearby Llandeilo is the local market town.

There is good access onto the A48 dual-carriageway at Cross Hands, which links to the M4 motorway at Pont Abraham.

Price Guide £290,000Ref: WALES_EO5961

OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND

The property is approached off the lane, along the private gravel drive which leads to a concrete parking area with space for several vehicles.

There is a front lawn, bordered by a tall hedge which provides shelter and privacy.

The main lawned garden lies to the rear and includes a number of young fruit trees including apple, pear, plum and cherry.

Within the rear garden there is a useful Shed 13’10 x 13’10 (about 4.2m x 4.2m) with an old kiln, and a Former Piggery 14’8 x 11’ (about 4.5m x 3.6m) with a Loft, currently used as a Garden Store.

Most of the rear garden is sloping.

The grounds adjoin and incorporate the fantastic Former Quarry which is now virtually completely wooded. The vendors maintain grassed areas around the quarry for their own amenity and enjoyment.

 

IN ALL APPROX. 2 ACRES

 (About 0.8 Hectare)

Price Guide £290,000Ref: WALES_EO5961