A Very Attractive Residential small holding comprising a four bedroom detached farmhouse, range of out buildings and 18.5 acres (7.5 hectares) or thereabouts of land, situated to the North of the Town of Pontardawe in the Swansea Valley in an elevated location enjoying outstanding panoramic views over the Lower Swansea Valley to Swansea Bay to the South and towards the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains to the North. a short travelling distance from junction 45 of the M4motorway, the City of Swansea and the Gower Peninsula and all local centres of employment and recreation.
The Residence which is South facing, whilst having been extensively refurbished and modernised maintains many original features and offers accommodation over two floors.
CONSERVATORY over looking front garden, oak floor, french doors to front exterior, Myson electric heater, open to LOUNGE double aspect windows , stained wood floor, wood burner to feature stone fire place, double radiator, plate rack through to SITTING ROOM stained wood floor, double radiator, plate rack INNER HALLWAY to KITCHEN/DINING ROOM Indian slate tiled floor, walls part tiled, inset ceiling and unit lighting, ceramic sink unit, fitted wall and base cupboards and drawer units including built in electric oven and hob with microwave above, extractor, dish washer, fridge freezer, coal fired AGA cooker, white quartz worktops, two windows to dining area, recessed cupboard and shelving OPEN FRONTED REAR PORCH leading to REAR HALL Indian tiled floor, radiator STUDY laminate floor, double radiator leading to WET ROOM tiled floor, walls part tiled, boiler serving central heating and domestic hot water (requires sanitary fittings) UTILITY ROOM tiling to floor and walls, sink unit, base and wall units, plumbed for automatic washing machine, radiator, door to rear exterior, part leaded light door to kitchen BATHROOM & WC tiling to floor and walls, inset lighting, circular hand basin on stand, built-in bath with tiled panel and plinth with inset lighting, low level wc, separate shower, heated ladder radiator, underfloor heating.
BEDROOM 1 (front) radiator, fitted full wall length part mirrored wardrobes BEDROOM 2(rear) laminate floor, fitted full length wall wardrobes and over head cupboards, radiator BEDROOM 3 (Side/rear) laminate floor, radiator, built in airing cupboard BEDROOM 4 (front) radiator
Paved terraced areas adjoining residence, garden mainly to front of residence comprising 1 acre (0.47 hectare) or thereabouts with lawns, mature shrubs and borders including old rose trees, Acers, Indian Bean tree, heather beds, perennial borders, pond
The property is approached from the County highway via a 5 bar gate and entrance drive leading to a turning circle with two car carport with former pig styes, wood store and further store adjoining.
Stone wall, former cowshed and barn having overall internal dimensions of 54ft x 15ft with loft over, brick built former Dairy to front and stone wall lean to to pine end, light and power.
THIS BUILDING MAY HAVE SOME POTENTIAL FOR CONVERSION SUBJECT TO ANY NECESSARY LOCAL AUTHORITY PLANNING CONSENT BEING OBTAINED.
Detached timber built shed - 31ft x 16ft internally with light and power , electric wall heaters, insulated walls - previously utilised for training purposes, three green houses with light and power, further timber built shed in paddock to rear of residence, stone built wc, poly tunnel 72ft x 20ft internally, light and power, doors to both ends, raised beds, hazel woodland, willow plantation, store shed, raspberry and blueberry bushes (raspberry bushes also in rear garden), apple orchard, plumb orchard, two wildlife ponds with one providing irrigation for greenhouses and outbuildings.
The land is divided into four permanent pasture paddocks which are generally on gentle slopes and is suitable for cutting hay/silage, there is a section of woodland and wetland grazing along the North Western boundary.
It is considered that the property ideally suitable for the usual small holding activities including the keeping of cattle/sheep etc or for equestrian use with there being excellent out riding facilities in the immediate vicinity.
The property enjoys solid mahogany double glazed windows throughout and benefits from 135 mm Rockwool wall insulation.
Travelling along Brecon Road from Pontardawe towards Ynysmeudw, turn left after passing Gould's Garage, take the 2nd left into Heol Las, proceed up the hill and the property is located on the right hand side.
Herbert R Thomas is a trading name of H R Thomas Ltd. Registered office: 59 High Street, Cowbridge, CF71 7YL Company no 9311913. Regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. A list of directors of H R Thomas Ltd is available at our registered office.