Set in the most idyllic of settings is a period detached property that dates back some 200 years with additions in the 1800's, 1970's and 1990's with sea and countryside views, located in the village of LLanmadoc on the North side of the famous Gower Peninsula.
The property sits in it's own grounds just shy of one acre, with garage and off road parking.
The accommodation has an entrance porch and hallway, dining room opening to the farmhouse kitchen, family size lounge and downstairs shower cloakroom and W.C.
On the first floor are four double bedrooms, study area and bathroom with separate WC.
The property comes with many original features to include quarry tiled floors, original " Inglenook fireplace " and much more.
Run by either the Rayburn multi fuel stove or oil for central heating and hot water.
The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a gentle slope plus trees, shrubs, perennials and wild flowers.
The current owners have frequented the property for 32 years and have lovingly enhanced and maintained the dwelling to a high standard.
The village has a Tea shop, Post Office and a Pub all within walking distance with other amenities and
shops in the village of Penclawdd area short drive away.
Viewings a MUST..........
Entrance Porch 7'8 x 6'5 (2.34m x 1.96m)
Window to side, half tiled floor, exposed stonework, doors to:
Hallway 21'6 x 6'0 max (6.55m x 1.83m max)
Stairs to first floor, storage cupboards.
Dining Room 14'3 x 11'6 (4.34m x 3.51m)
French doors to side, window to rear, quarry tiled floor, opening to:
Kitchen 16'0 x 14'3 (4.88m x 4.34m)
Window to side. Farmhouse kitchen with a range of cream shaker style wall and base units with granite and part oak worktops, built-in Butler sink, five ring gas hob and two electric double ovens, built in fridge, plumbing for dishwasher, multi-fuel Rayburn providing central heating and hot water or alternatively the central heating and hot water from oil boiler, central island, quarry tiled floor. Steps up to:
Half tiled, Belfast sink, plumbing for automatic washing machine and electricity box.
Family Lounge 21'9 x 14'3 (6.63m x 4.34m)
Two windows to front, original inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel burner and wooden beam over, bread oven, exposed beams to ceiling, door to hallway.
Shower Cloakroom 9'9 x 4'3 (2.97m x 1.30m)
Window to side, mains shower, WC, wash hand basin, part tiled walls.
First Floor Landing 11'2 x 6'5 (3.40m x 1.96m)
Window to side, storage cupboards.
Study Area 6'5 x 5'6 (1.96m x 1.68m)
Bedroom One 13'3 x 11'8 (4.04m x 3.56m)
Window to rear, loft access, door to:
Dressing / Vanity Room 7'2 x 5'5 (2.18m x 1.65m)
Wardrobes, wash hand basin, saddle ceiling,
Bedroom Two 14'8 x 11'10 (4.47m x 3.61m)
Window to front, saddle ceiling and original Victorian fireplace.
Bedroom Three 14'0 x 12'8 (4.27m x 3.86m)
Window to front, saddle ceiling, loft access.
Bedroom Four 12'1 x 10'8 (3.68m x 3.25m)
Half saddle window to front, fitted wardrobes.
Bathroom 5'9 x 5'8 (1.75m x 1.73m)
Window to side, bath, wash hand basin, part tiled walls.
The property is set in its own grounds of just shy of one acre with lawns, wild flowers, trees and shrubs, store tool shed, green house and large shed and a single garage with storage and spectacular views of the estuary to the front and countryside to the rear.
Window to rear, WC.
Mains services are connected.