A well positioned 28 acre holding (with option of upto approx 74 acres) Incl. deceptively spacious bungalow, traditional barns, useful Portal Frame Building, and 5 fields with the option of purchasing a further approx 46 acres and derelict cottage (price by negotiation)
Conveniently located with easy access to the A48/M4 only 2 miles from Cross Hands, 6 Miles Ammanford, 9 Miles Llanelli and 10 Miles Carmarthen.
Located only 2 miles from the growing residential and commercial area of Cross Hands and the A48 dual carriageway , which benefits from a range of educational, transport and health services, Morfa Bach lies in a private position at the termination of its own drive and standing in an elevated position with beautiful views over the surrounding area. The property benefits from easy connections to the A48/M4, at the western extent of the M4 Corridor whilst also being close to the towns of Carmarthen 10 miles, Llanelli,9 miles, Ammanford 6 miles which all offer great employment opportunities. Swansea and Cardiff also being within easy driving distance via the M4 Motorway
A deceptively spacious 3 bed-roomed bungalow originally of timber frame construction with outer elevation in brick/block work under a concrete tiled roof, latterly benefiting from an extension in recent years, with mainly uPVC double glazed window and doors and oil fired central heating.
Deserving of some general modernisation the property offers larger than average accommodation with potential for conversion of the stone range (subject to consent) and is an opportunity to purchase a conveniently located yet private holding.
Main Entrance Porch
Main entrance aluminium door with double glazing with access to:
With access to all main reception rooms. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder, immersion heater and shelving. Radiator and telephone point.
4.78m x 3.89m (15'8" x 12'9")
With tiled fireplace, electric heater and radiator, uPVC windows and access to:
3.68m x 3.17m (12'0" x 10'4")
With uPVC window, radiator. Door to:
3.19m x 3.06m (10'5" x 10'0")
Providing access via glazed patio door through to Kitchen/Dining Room. Radiator.
5.61m x 3.29m (18'4" x 10'9")
With range of fitted units including storage cupboards and drawers, electric double oven and grill with inset electric hob. 1.5 stainless steel sink with mixer. space for automatic washing machine, integrated fridge/freezer, ceramic tiled splash backs and floor. uPVC windows and door to rear garden. Worcester oil fired boiler. Telephone point.
5.97m x 3.40m (19'7" x 11'1")
With uPVC window and patio door to rear garden. Radiator.
5.92m x 3.16m (19'5" x 10'4")
With storage cupboards with shelving, 2 radiators, uPVC windows.
3.38m x 2.88m (11'1" x 9'5")
Radiator. uPVC window.
3.09m x 2.51m (10'1" x 8'2")
With panelled bath, pedestal basin, bidet in pink. shower cubicle having electric shower with side screen and access door. Half tiled walls with ceramic tiled floor.
Former Cottage and Attached Garage
To the rear of the bungalow is the original cottage which is now used as storage and with adj garage Single up and over door to the front of the garage.
Former Cowshed, Barn & Former Dairy
A stone cowshed with slated saddle roof comprising of a concrete floor with 5 stalls providing space for 10 cows. Connected to water and electricity (10.17m x 4.95m).
Centre barn accessed via the front with access door to the third building (5.78m x 4.97m).
Third traditional building with access to central barn (4.93m x 4.07m).
This building in our opinion could be suited for conversion into holiday letting units subject to the necessary planning consents.
21.74m x 19.51m overall (71'4" x 64' overall)
Steel framed of part concrete block and part clad with steel sheeting to the external of the shed. Water and electricity previously connected.
This lends itself for livestock, equestrian or workshop/storage uses.
5.56m x 3.65m (18'2" x 11'11")
Consisting of a concrete framed building with timber boarding. Water previously connected.
Extending to approximately 27 acres consisting of 5 separate fields all neighbouring the property and outbuildings.
Mains water along with spring water source (from concrete collecting rings). Private drainage to septic tank. Mains electricity.
The selling agents are informed that there is a right of way over the driveway from the main road.
The property has an adjoining approx 46 acres that could be available by separate negotiation .
This we are informed has access from the Drefach roadway and also Heol Dinefwr (off the Cefneithin to Folegastell Roadway) with a former cottage thereon known as Penywaun. There could be potential to reinstate this subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
The property is affected by a public footpath that runs along the lane through the homestead and out to the north.