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Ref No: R3613 Drefach Felindre

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Drefach Felindre - Llandysul - Carmarthenshire
£435,000   -   available
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 4 Reception Rooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 3 WC's
  • Central Heating
  • Parking
  • Garden

A superior 4¾ ACRE EQUESTRIAN PROPERTY comprising a substantial 5 BEDROOMED/4 RECEPTION ROOMED PERIOD RESIDENCE together with a FORMER COACH HOUSE and STABLES and Ménage 100’ x 60’ 17 miles north of Carmarthen.

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A superior 4¾ ACRE EQUESTRIAN PROPERTY comprising a substantial 5 BEDROOMED/4 RECEPTION ROOMED PERIOD RESIDENCE having an attractive stone façade full of ‘Olde Worlde’ charm and character situate occupying partly walled level mainly lawned gardens of just under half and Acre together with an ‘L’ shaped stone/slate range comprising the FORMER COACH HOUSE and STABLES and Ménage measuring 100’ x 60’ approx. In addition there are just over 4 Acres of land bounded on the eastern side by the Nant Bargod all situate enjoying views over the surrounding countryside with extensive road frontage.

The residence was formerly Penboyr Rectory and affords a wealth of charm and character.

The property is situated amidst a beautiful wooded river valley in an area historically connected with the Woollen Mill industry on the periphery of the rural village community of Drefach-Felindre that is the home of the Welsh National Woollen Mill Museum and affords local amenities to include General Stores, sub Post Office, Village Hall, Public House, Primary School etc and which in turn is located in a beautiful river valley within 1 mile of the A484 Carmarthen to Newcastle Emlyn road just off the beautiful Teifi river valley some 4 miles of the Market town of Newcastle Emlyn and approximately 6 miles of Llandysul. The County and Market town of Carmarthen being approximately 16 miles distant.

Applicants may be interested to note that the property was originally a Coaching Inn and Stables prior to becoming Penboyr Rectory and in 1928 the Earl of Cawdor donated the land to the Church.

The property was purchased by the Vendors in 1997 who have refurbished the residence yet retaining the many character features that are present at the property.

The accommodation has the benefit of: -

OIL CENTRAL HEATING with some radiators thermostatically controlled.

8’4, 8’10 AND 9’3 CEILING HEIGHTS to the ground floor.



The accommodation comprises with approximate measurements:

CANOPIED ENTRANCE PORCH with part opaque glazed door to

RECEPTION HALL 14’1 x 17’6 overall ‘L’ shaped with feature coving. Feature ‘Victorian’ style fireplace. Staircase to first floor with pine hand rail, spindles, newel post and boarding. 2 radiators. 2 power points. Suspended boarded floor.

DINING ROOM 15’7 x 14’ with feature fireplace having a slate hearth. Feature coving. 2 double glazed windows both with working shutters and radiators beneath with decorative covers. Double aspect. Picture rail. 4 power points. Suspended boarded floor. Wiring for wall light fitting. 2 Bell pulls.

DRAWING ROOM 17’8 x 13’10 with double aspect. 4 power points. 2 radiators. Feature coving. 2 double glazed windows – one overlooking the rear garden – both with working shutters. Picture rail. Feature ‘Victorian’ style fireplace with wood surround having 2 Bell pulls to either side. Wiring for wall light fittings. Suspended boarded floor.

LIBRARY 13’9 x 12’3 min with double aspect. Open fireplace with slate surround. 3 single glazed windows with views all with working shutters. 3 fitted cupboards with book shelving over. 6 power points. Radiator. Picture rail. Feature coving. 2 Bell pulls. Suspended boarded floor.

INNER HALL with staircase to cellar.

CLOAKROOM with red and black quarry tiled floor. Single glazed window. Radiator. 2 piece suite in white comprising wash hand basin with cupboard beneath and WC.

FITTED KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 17’6 x 14’3 with 8 power points. Red and black quarry tiled floor. Double glazed window. Part tiled walls. Range of fitted base and eye level solid wood country kitchen units incorporating a plate rack, glaze display units, ‘Belfast’ sink, ‘Bosch’ dishwasher and feature canopied cooker hood. Servants bells. L.P gas/electric dual fuel ‘Lacanche’ cooking range on slate hearth with is NEGOTIABLE.

SITTING ROOM 14’6 x 13’ with flagstone floor. Exposed beamed ceiling. 4 power points. 2 radiators. Double glazed window to fore. TV point. T&G boarded ‘ledge’ door to kitchen.

WALK-IN UNDERSTAIRS PANTRY with flagstone floor. Fitted shelving.

INNER HALL with double glazed window to fore. Secondary staircase to first floor.

STUDY 10’6 x 5’10 with radiator. Double glazed window to fore. T&G boarded to dado height. Door to outside. Flagstone floor.

From the kitchen a door gives access to

REAR HALL 9’2 x 6’5 with 4 power points. Door to rear. Radiator.

HOME OFFICE 10’6 x 7’3 with flagstone floor. Secondary glazed window. Radiator. 4 power points.

UTILITY/LAUNDRY ROOM 10’7 x 9’3 with double aspect. 2 single glazed windows. Flagstone floor. Sink unit. Plumbing for washing machine. Multi fuel stove on slate hearth. ‘Trianco Utility 150,000 BTU’ oil fired central heating boiler. C/h timer control. Part tiled walls. 6 power points.


Slate edged staircase from the inner hall to

‘L’ SHAPED CELLAR with 7’9 ceiling height. Power and lighting.

FIRST FLOOR – 7’10 and 8’5 ceiling heights

MAIN LANDING 21’ x 6’9 overall with feature coving. Double glazed window. 2 power points. Radiator. Wood panelling to all door openings off the landing.


REAR BEDROOM 1 13’9 x 12’4 with radiator. Feature coving. Double aspect. 3 double glazed windows with views. 4 power points. Original built-in wardrobe with double doors.

MASTER BEDROOM 2 17’10 x 13’11 plus original built-in wardrobe with double doors. Double aspect. 2 windows with views – one double glazed. Telephone point. 6 power points. Fitted bedroom suite. 2 radiators.

FRONT BEDROOM 3 15’6 x 13’11 plus original built-in wardrobe with double doors. Double aspect. 2 radiators. 6 power points. 2 double glazed windows. Feature coving. Feature original fireplace.

SEPARATE WC 6’4 x 6’4 with single glazed window to fore. 2 piece suite in white comprising WC and corner wash hand basin. Access to loft space. Radiator. Applicants should note that the ATTIC SPACE has 6 lights for the various sections of the roof space, is insulated and boarded out.

FAMILY BATHROOM 15’11 min x 9’3 with double glazed window. Radiator. 3 piece suite in white comprising 2 No ‘Sanitan’ pedestal wash hand basins and ‘Shanks and Co’ roll top bath. Shower cubicle with power shower over. FITTED AIRING/LINEN CUPBOARD with pre-lagged hot water cylinder and immersion heater.

REAR LANDING 17’10 x 4’5

ATTIC STORAGE ROOM OFF with sloping ceiling.


FRONT BEDROOM 4 14’7 x 11’ with exposed boarded floor. Original fireplace. Double glazed window to fore. Radiator. One wall T&G boarded.

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM with T&G boarded walls. Radiator. Double glazed window. 2 piece suite in white comprising wash hand basin with fitted cupboard beneath and WC. Shower enclosure with electric shower over.

FRONT BEDROOM 5 14’6 x 10’7 with original fireplace. Double glazed window. Radiator. 4 power points.


The residence occupies level mainly lawned landscaped gardens that amount to just under half an Acre and which incorporate a feature pillared entrance drive that provides ample private car parking with there being walled lawned gardens to the front and either side and to the rear there is a further level lawned garden bounded by mature beech trees and from which views are enjoyed over the Bargod river valley towards Allt Penrhiw and over the hamlet of Drefelin. The side garden to the north of the residence has the benefit of a gated access. FORMER OUTSIDE WC. 2,300 LITRE OIL STORAGE TANK.

Situate away and to the side of the main residence lies the ‘L’ shaped range that comprise the former COACH HOUSE AND STABLES that is of stone/slate construction and comprises: -

COACH HOUSE 13’9 x 13’8 with power and lighting. Cobbled floor. Up and over garage door. Cobbled apron approach.

FORMER TACK ROOM 13’10 x 7’5 with window to fore.

STABLE 13’9 x 13’ overall with 2 stalls. Cobbled floor. Hay rack. Window to fore. Electric light.

There is a LOFT OVER the coach house, tack room and stable.

STABLE 20’5 x 15’6 overall with power and lighting. 3 doors. Access to loft space.

FEED ROOM 15’11 x 7’ with power and lighting. Access to loft space.



5 No OUTSIDE HALOGEN LIGHTS covering the house, coach house/stables.



THE LAND amounts to approximately 4 Acres or thereabouts, enjoys good road frontage and slopes down from west to east to the Nant Bargod that runs the full length of the eastern boundary of the property.

PLEASE NOTE – applicants should note that there are certain covenants inserted by the Representative Body of the Church in Wales within the Conveyance of the property to the effect that the property should not be used for the sale or manufacturer of intoxicating liquors or for any club, no trade manufacture or business shall be carried out or permitted to be carried out from the property. The property is to be a single private dwelling house only in single occupation.

SERVICES: - Mains electricity, water and drainage. Telephone subject to B.T Regs.

2015/16 = £2,162.05p (oral enquiry only)
WATER RATES: - 2015/16 = £671.35p

LOCAL AUTHORITY: - Carmarthenshire County Council County Hall Carmarthen.

AGENTS NOTE: - None of the services or appliances, heating, plumbing or electrical installations mentioned in these sales particulars have been tested by the Selling Agent. Photographs and/or any floor layout plans used on these particulars are FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY and may depict items, which are not for sale or included in the sale of the property.


Gerald R Vaughan, 27 Lammas Street, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA31 3AL
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