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Features

  • A DELIGHTFULLY SITUATED DETACHED COTTAGE
  • ALL SET WITHIN APPROXIMATELY 1/3RD OF AN ACRE
  • TRANQUIL NO-THROUGH ROAD LOCATION
  • WITHIN EASY DISTANCE OF LOCAL AMENITIES AND BEAUTIFUL BEACHES
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN AND VACANT POSSESSION
  • CURRENTLY RUN AS A SUCCESSFUL HOLIDAY LET

LOCATION & AMENITIES

The property is situated within the tranquil hamlet of Rhos where there is a public house and a church.

The property lies approximately 3½ miles from Llandysul and 6 miles from the thriving market town of Newcastle Emlyn, both of which provide a good range of local facilities and amenities, including shops, building societies, post office, leisure centre and schools. Regular bus services run close by serving both towns and the administrative county and market town of Carmarthen. Additionally, the property lies within easy reach of the West Wales coastline and seven blue flag beaches. No directions are given in this portfolio as viewers are accompanied.

MEASUREMENTS, CAPACITIES & APPLIANCES

The information in this brochure is for rough guidance only; accurate measurements etc. have not been taken. Philip Ling Estates have not formally verified any appliances, fixtures, or fittings that may be included in the asking price. We strongly advise that the prospective purchaser validate all information before any legal binding contract be signed.

ACCOMMODATION

The accommodation (with approximate measurements) comprises:

ENTRANCE

Via slated steps onto elevated, stone wall bordered, pathway leading onto the timber front door, with glazed top-lights, and through to.

OPEN-PLAN LIVING AREA 24’ 3” x 14’. Windows to the front and side of the property, all with traditional style window shutters. Quarry tiled floor. Dining area with integrated, high-level shelving and modern multifuel stove sitting on a slate hearth. Open plan living area. Feature open beamed ceilings throughout. Original staircase to first floor, with beaded bord partitions. All of the ground floor has under floor heating. ‘Cwtsh dan star’ understairs cupboard again with original boarded walls. Tonge and grooved, ledged and braced, door through to rear hallway

REAR HALL Stable door with mat well, accessing the rear exterior. Window overlooking the rear.

KITCHEN 9’ 4” x 5’ 3” Galley style kitchen with limited headroom to one side. Window with original timber lintel overlooking the side of the dwelling. Quarry tiled flooring. Belfast sink with marble work surface and tiled splashbacks. Plumbing for dishwasher. Electric cooker. Feature ornate shelving.

1ST FLOOR From the staircase in the sitting area leading up to the landing.

LANDING 14’ 2” x 5’5”. Small window on the half landing allowing the flood of natural light, leading onto the main landing, again with a sash window overlooking the front of the dwelling, exposed floorboards, original tongue and groove panelled walls, partly exposed A frame, radiator and doors accessing the accommodation.

BEDROOM 1 14’ 2” x 9’ 2”. Sash window overlooking the front of the dwelling. Exposed floorboards and A frame. Thermostatically controlled radiators.

BEDROOM 2 10’ x 7’ 4”. Sash window overlooking the front of the dwelling. Thermostatically controlled radiator. Exposed A Frames & floorboards.

BATHROOM 9’ 11” x 6’ 6. Three-piece suite incorporating wash hand basin, WC and bath with a shower attachment fitted to the bath taps. Tiled splashbacks. Shelving. Extractor fan Storage cupboard. Heated towel rail.

EXTERIOR This delightful property holds a wealth of character both inside and out, affording attractive accommodation and naturally stimulating garden areas. The front door of the cottage is accessed via slate steps, with lawned areas to either side, to the rear and to the other side of the road. There are tranquil seating areas with steps leading down to the Bargoed stream, and a traditional stone-built pigsty with loft area. There is also a derelict building left in situ to create a folly, and, with the relevant consents, could be developed to provide overflow accommodation, further adding to the charm of this pretty cottage garden. The broad-leafed trees provide a canopy, creating the cosy, atmospheric ambiance that is carried throughout this charming property.

Currently the property is successfully used as a holiday let through Under The Thatch.

SERVICES Mains Electricity. Private Drainage and Water.

VIEWING By appointment, via sole agents, Philip Ling Estates.

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