Pen Bryn House, Meidrim Carmarthenshire SA33 5QF



OIRO  214,500 Under Offer

Property Reference: 3133

Type: Detached

For Sale

Reception Rooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Features

  • Double Fronted Four Bedroom Detached Georgian Residence
  • Recently refurbished and sympathetically modernised
  • In the heart of the popular village of Meidrim
  • 8 miles west of the County Town of Carmarthen
  • Affording good sized gardens & off road parking to fore

Postcode: SA33 5QF   Directions
Lat: 51.8600373 Long: -4.4878650

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Detailed Description

A rare opportunity to purchase an 18th Century, Traditionally Built, Stone Welsh House with a history spanning 200 years+ Thoughtfully refurbished and Modernised, retaining Classic Period Features and affording a wealth of charm and character throughout, this, Double Fronted Four Bedroom Detached Georgian Residence, is serenely located and provides glorious views over the surrounding countryside. Penbryn House enjoys an elevated position overlooking the popular village community of Meidrim, which provides the usual rural village amenities including primary school, children's park and public house. This picturesque country home offers an authentic farm-house feel, plenty of living space, extensive gardens and a gated parking area for two cars. An ideal family home, boutique B&B or Country Cottage Holiday Let. 8 miles West of Carmarthen Town which offers a large shopping park and major supermarkets. 10 miles North of one of Wales' longest sandy beaches (Pendine) and popular tourist destination, Laugharne.

Ground floor

Fourteen panel hardwood entrance door leadingthrough to an open plan kitchen/dining room.

A view of the room GROUND FLOOR.

Kitchen/dining room

Room Dimensions: 4.66 by 4.33 metres

Fitted base and eye level units with painted, solid pine, 'shaker style' door and drawer fronts. Worktop is full stave, unbroken, solid oak from Norfolk oak. Under mounted vintage Belfast sink with a chrome mixer tap. Metro tiled walls between the base and eye-level units. Feature, white-painted, exposed beam ceiling. 'Allier Rustique' XL French limestone floor tiles. Feature inglenook fireplace with statement, patterned wall (encaustic tiles imported from Spain), 4 way spotlight bar and large, floating, Georgian oak beam. Free standing, cooker range with a 5-ring halogen hob and a meter-wide oven door 'shaker style' under stairs storage cupboard. Original, old pine staircase to first floor. Four panel, original door leading through to the lounge. Double glazed window to fore. Multi-glazed door leading through to the scullery.

A view of the room KITCHEN/DINING ROOM.
A view of the room KITCHEN/DINING ROOM.

Lounge

Room Dimensions: 3.91 by 4.32 metres

Feature Victorian open fireplace with a painted, Victorian fire surround, a cast iron fire inset with tiled side plates and a tiled hearth. Feature exposed beam ceiling. Double panel radiator. Double glazed window to fore overlooking the front garden, with extensive rural views beyond. TV and Sky connection point.

A view of the room LOUNGE.
A view of the room LOUNGE.

Skullery

Room Dimensions: 3.35 by 2.89 metres

Quarry tiled floor. Single glazed door leading out to the front garden.Panel window to fore. Sink with hot and cold tap fitment. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge-freezer and tumble drier. Feature former fireplace on a tiled hearth. Tiled steps leading up to a single glazed rear entrance door.

A view of the room SKULLERY.

First floor - landing area

UPVC double glazed window to rear. Exposed beam ceiling. Doors leading off to bedrooms 1 & 2 as well as the shower room. Pine staircase to second floor.

A view of the room FIRST FLOOR - LANDING AREA.

Shower room

Corner shower enclosure with a metro tile feature wall and a 'Mira' electric shower. Low level WC and a feature counter top basin, hand wash sink with an infinity chrome mixer tap fitment, fitted on an antique vanity cupboard with mirrored door fronts. within a vanity cupboard unit with mirrored door fronts. Wall-mounted chrome ladder towel radiator. Exposed beam ceiling. Double glazed window to fore.

A view of the room SHOWER ROOM.

Bedroom 1

Room Dimensions: 4.50 by 2.86 metres

Feature exposed beam ceiling.Double panel radiator. Oak real wood, top layer flooring. Double glazed window to fore overlooking the front garden with rural views beyond. Door to walk-in airing cupboard with a pre-lagged hot water cylinder and fitted shelves.

A view of the room BEDROOM 1.

Bedroom 2

Room Dimensions: 3.88 by 4.38 metres

Feature exposed beam ceiling. Feature former fireplace with marble shelf. Double glazed window to fore, with views overlooking the surround countryside. Stained and waxed original Georgian 8-inch floorboards. Double panel radiator.

A view of the room BEDROOM 2.

Second floor - landing area

Vaulted exposed beam ceiling. Double glazed Velux window to rear. Doors to bedrooms 3, 4 & 5 as well as door to WC.


Bedroom 3

Room Dimensions: 3.92 by 4.45 metres

Feature vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Two double glazed Velux windows to fore with views of the surrounding countryside. Single glazed recess window to side.

A view of the room BEDROOM 3.

Bedroom 4

Room Dimensions: 3.21 by 2.23 metres

Double glazed Velux window to fore. Feature vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Single panel radiator.


Bedroom 5

Room Dimensions: 2.62 by 2.19 metres

Double glazed Velux window to rear. Single panel radiator. Built-in cupboard.


Wc

Low-level WC. Wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Double glazed Velux window to fore.


Externally

The property is approached from double gated access leading on to a gravel hard standing which provides parking for approximately two cars. A concreted pathway leads to the entrance door. To the front of the property, there is a small front gate, encircled by stone walls, with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside, this garden comprises of lawn, flowerbeds and a patchwork slate seating area. Beyond this garden is a further, generous sized garden area which has been recently turfed. This garden is mainly laid to lawn intersected by a concreted stepped pathway, leading to a timber summer house and timber pagoda. There is a variety of established shrubbery and foliage throughout. Beyond the summer house is a garden shed and a natural stream with waterfall. As the property is South facing, the sun remains on the garden from AM-PM. To the rear there is a small, raised garden area and a detached, traditional, stone workshop/storage shed with power.

A view of the room EXTERNALLY.
A view of the room EXTERNALLY.
A view of the room EXTERNALLY.
A view of the room EXTERNALLY.

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