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near Llandybie, Carmarthenshire
Cornmill, cottage, plot of land and barn with planning permission near Llandybie, Carmarthenshire
Guide price £350,000

A Grade II listed cornmill with full planning permission and listed building permission for residential conversion near Llandybie, Carmarthenshire. The property also includes a cottage, paddock and barn with planning permission for a holiday let conversion

Llandybie, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, SA18 3JF

A property situated within a tranquil location, set back from the main road within a small hamlet of six cottages on the outskirts of the popular village of Llandybie, Carmarthenshire.

Offering a great development opportunity, with a range of living / commercial options, it includes a Grade II listed stone corn mill with full planning permission for residential conversion, a two bedroom cottage, a barn with planning permission and a plot of land.

There are no planning conditions stipulating that the properties should stay together so the vendors would be prepared to consider selling either the cottage or mill separately.

The Cornmill

A Grade II listed stone corn mill with full planning permission and listed building consent for residential conversion to a three bedroom property with an open plan kitchen / living room. The main bedroom has an en-suite and there's also a separate family bathroom.

The building has a good slate roof and has had the beams and joists replaced and repaired. It comes with some installed restored machinery which will make a fabulous feature in the building when converted.

Sewer, mains water and electricity connected.

The Barn

The barn has full planning permission for use as a holiday let.

Sewer, mains water and electricity connected and repairs to the stone work are under way.

The cottage

A chocolate box two bed restored semi-detached cottage.


The landscaped garden to the front has flowerbeds and rockeries which lead down to the stream, which once supplied water to the mill wheel and which runs the full length of the property.

A new gravel drive has just been laid.

To the rear, is a level, well maintained lawn surrounded by mature flower and herbaceous borders, trees and plants. A willow arch leads through to a further garden space with a productive kitchen garden. Beyond this is a wet garden area with pond and waterfall.

The property has a paddock with potential as a building plot.


Located within a ten minute walk of the village which boasts good village shops, a train station, school and social activities.

The M4 motorway is 20 minutes away and there are a number of good retail parks and places of interest nearby.