This four bedroom converted Welsh stone barn is in the village of Llanddewi on the Gower peninsula, in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty.
Just a quick cycle ride from some of the most beautiful beaches in Britain, the barn also benefits from being a brief drive from two local shops, petrol station, doctors surgery and pharmacy.
The property has efficient under floor heating throughout downstairs and low voltage lighting
The accommodation provides versatile living over two floors.
Large open plan lounge and dining area, 29” in length, with a feature handmade bespoke solid ash staircase. Stone and slate fireplace with multifuel stove. Double French doors lead out onto a western red cedar decking area and the landscaped front garden.
Kitchen / breakfast room with integrated Neff appliances, five ring hob, built in dishwasher, two fridges and two fan assisted ovens. The units are fully fitted oak and there are two huge fitted storage cupboards for coats shoes etc. Vaulted A-frame ceiling and reclaimed slate flagstone floor. Door opening out to the rear garden and productive vegetable bed.
Family bathroom with white four piece suite, chrome towel radiator, shower and larger than standard Villeroy & Boch bath bespoke solid oak sink unit. Limestone tiles and under floor heating.
Corridor with bathroom and utility leading off to fourth bedroom.
Utility room with Worcester Oil boiler fully serviced, plenty of storage cupboards and plumbed for washing machine and tumble dryer. Quarry tile flooring.
Bedroom four has a solid sycamore floor, elm window sills and a mezzanine sleeping platform and bespoke ladder. Currently used as a second lounge / home office this is a fantastic and versatile guest bedroom with solid oak curving braces. Two windows to front.
Accessed by the solid ash staircase in the lounge leading to open landing with solid beech flooring.
Master bedroom - The spacious master bedroom has dual aspect windows, two Velux windows and a built in cupboard. Vaulted A-frame ceiling and solid beech flooring.
Bedroom two has a quirky handmade feature shuttered opening to the landing, solid beech flooring, vaulted ceiling and built in storage. Window to front
Bedroom three has a cute arrow slit style window with ash shutter and a second window overlooking the rear garden. Solid beech flooring, vaulted ceiling and built in storage.
This barn conversion has a must see garden.
The front garden has a stone enclosing wall with two large well stocked curving flower beds, gravel and large decking area.
To the side is a driveway that can accommodate four cars, with steps leading to terraced seating area and flower beds.
The garden at the rear has a small workshop, storage shed and feature stone steps, with productive vegetable bed and large lawned area. The rear garden has a secure fence and gate and also a native hedge to the back.
There is also established hornbeam hedging and a newly finished decking area in old stone quarry area which takes maximum advantage of the afternoon sun.
The garden also extends up behind this.
The current owner is a Plants woman so the gardens are well stocked with some unusual plant varieties with colour all seasons.
Metered mains water supply, septic tank, oil tank.