, Cynghordy, Llandovery - £250,000

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A wonderfully position two bedroom cottage, situated on the outskirts of Cynghordy, just five or so miles from Llandovery, enjoying a large plot, partially renovated accommodation and a delightful rural aspect!

Key Features

  • Located in an elevated, peaceful position on the fringes of Cynghordy
  • Two bedroom period cottage
  • Total plot size approximately 0.3 acres
  • Stunning views across rolling countryside
  • Modernisation and improvements carried out, with potential for more
  • Sweeping driveway installed by current owners
  • Solar panels to reduce costs
  • Energy performance certificate - TBC
  • Council tax band - C
  • Viewings essential to appreciate in full!

A charming cottage on the outskirts of Cynghordy, being approximately 5 miles north of the market town of Llandovery and 7 miles south of Llanwrtyd Wells. The surrounding area is one of natural beauty. The village has limited amenities but does have a railway station on the Central Wales line connecting Shrewsbury and Swansea. Local amenities are available in both Llandovery and Llanwrtyd Wells. This unique opportunity offers partially renovated accommodation, striking views to the countryside, and a large plot, measuring around 0.3 of an acre in total!

Accessed from a council maintained road, the property boasts a sweeping driveway leading up to it, newly installed by the current owners, which leads up to a large, level parking area with concrete base to the side, installed with the intention of constructing a single garage. The front door to the property opens into a small entrance hallway, which in turn leads on to the reception room. Measuring 3.80 x 3.18m, there are dual aspect windows allowing an influx of natural light, and a woodburning stove which would need a lining flue installed to become operational. The other side of the property leads into a 3.83 x 2.77m kitchen, enjoying ample space for dining as well, and offering a blank canvas for the new owners to install a modern kitchen. There is an understairs storage cupboard, as well as secondary door to the reception room, and an opening leads in to a useful utility room, and further to the modern family shower room. Enjoying a suite of double shower, low-flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin, this has been installed over the past year by the current owners. Another door from the utility room leads on to a lean-to garden outbuilding, with space and plumbing for a washing machine, as well as fridge freezer.

On the first floor, the property boasts two double bedrooms, with the main room measuring 4.00 x 3.07m, and the guest bedroom measuring 4.14 x 2.84m. The views in particular from here are outstanding, and stretch for miles. 

Externally, the property boasts the aforementioned driveway and parking area, and the gardens are designed to have several different areas to enjoy and relax in. Laid mainly to lawn, they are gently sloping, and ancient trees provide privacy along the boundaries. There is a greenhouse within the grounds along with six fruit trees as well.

The property has undergone a schedule of improvements during the current owners tenure, to include the installation of central heating, provided for via an air source heat pump, works on the guttering, soffits and barge boards, as well as the installation of solar panels to save money.

An excellent opportunity to carry on the fine work begun by the current owners! Call us now to book in your viewing!

Telephone & Broadband: Telephone- subject to BT transfer regulations. According to comparethemarket.com the property has a broadband speed of: 180.00 Mbps (average speed of Mbps).

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The property is located on the outskirts of the village of Cynghordy, in the delightful Upper Towy valley. There are stunning views to some striking scenery that the area is renowned for. In an area of outstanding natural beauty, the property is just four miles from the market town of Llandovery which offers an excellent range of schools including the internationally recognised Llandovery College, a hospital, shops, supermarket and petrol station. Llandovery has experienced a resurgence in popularity recently, coinciding with the arrival of Royal neighbours, King Charles and the Queen Consort, at their Welsh home near Muddfai, around four miles away. There are wonderful opportunities for walking, riding and cycling near the village, lying at the edge of the Crychan Forest and Brecon Beacons National Park. There are Golf courses at Brecon, Llandybie, Garnant and Carmarthen. The area is noted for its ancient castles and gardens, with Aberglasney and the Botanic Garden of Wales within an hours drive. The extensive Cardigan, Carmarthen and Pembrokeshire coastline are also around an hour away by car. Cynghordy itself has a 'halt' train station within the village.


Floorplan for Cynghordy, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire


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