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4 bed detached house for sale


Talley, Llandeilo SA19

4 bed detached house for sale 4 2 2
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Property features

  • Detached House
  • Additional Accommodation
  • Holiday Let Potential
  • Double Garage
  • Views
  • Woodland
  • Pastureland
  • Property Ref: LEB7761

Property description

● Charming Four Bedroom Detached Home
● Separate One Bedroom Cottage
● Fantastic Potential for a Holiday Let or Multi-Generational Living
● Home Office
● Outside Storage
● Breathtaking Views Over South West Wales
● Approx. 17 Acres of Mixed Pastureland and Ancient Woodland

Under Offer

This versatile property encompasses two distinct dwellings, ideal for multi-generational living. The cottage could potentially serve as a holiday let, offering the opportunity to generate an income.

The cottage has been recently converted from a former stable and pigsty and is presented to a high standard. The main house, which was formerly a traditional cowshed converted in the 1990’s, requires a programme of refurbishment. It is believed to have originally been home to renowned local hymn writer John Thomas (1763-1834). The current owners have Planning Permission approved for external and internal changes to the main residence. Carmarthenshire County Council Planning Ref: Pl/04165.

The property is located near the highly desirable village of Cwmdu, a unique national trust village run by the community. It has its own shop, post office and pub. There are annual events including Beer festival and Apple Day. The bustling market town of Llandeilo offers a wider range of amenities including a supermarket, doctors’ surgery, pharmacy, butcher, pubs and eateries, whilst fuller ranges of facilities are provided further afield in Carmarthen and Swansea.

Main residence

The main residence is in need of refurbishment although the new owners may want to take advantage of the planning permission to make more substantial changes and take advantage of the air source heat pump to install underfloor heating. It is a charming project for a buyer looking to put their own stamp on a property, and it retains much of its original character with exposed stone walls and wooden beams. It provides the following accommodation, please refer to the floorplan for approximate room sizes:

Walking through the front door into a Hallway with timber stairs leading up to a Galleried Landing

The Living Room has a large fireplace with a working fire, character ceiling beams and exposed stone walls, double doors leading out to the garden.

The Kitchen is fitted with sink, worktops with fitted cupboards and there is a small fireplace in the corner.

Cloakroom with WC, wash hand basin, shower cubicle with Trition electric shower.

On the first floor there are Four Bedrooms three of which have walk-in wardrobes, plus a Bathroom fitted with a bath, wash hand basin and WC.

The cottage (the stables)

The second residence, which would suit another family member or potential holiday let, was converted from former stables and pigsty in 2021 and completed to a high standard with natural slate flooring on the ground floor, oak flooring on the first floor, a sprinkler system and underfloor air-source heating. It provides the following additional accommodation, please refer to the floorplan for approximate room sizes:

The main entrance opens directly into a Living Room with timber stairs leading to the first floor.

On the ground floor there is a Kitchen with integrated oven / hob, cooker hood, and dishwasher, and a Bathroom fitted with a shower, WC and wash handbasin. There is a Bedroom on the first floor with a fitted cupboard, large window letting in lots of natural light and wooden flooring.

Attached to The Stables is a converted Pigsty which provides a Utility Room with natural Welsh slate flooring, space for a washing machine, built-in cupboards and a wash hand basin.

Outside, outbuildings & land

The property is accessed along a driveway which is shared with two neighbouring properties. It leads to a large hard-surfaced parking area with space for many vehicles.

Adjacent to the cottage there is a superb, newly built Range Of Sheds, one with a metal roller shutter door which would be suitable for storing farm machinery. Another designed as a Workshop with made-to-measure workbench plus a further adjoining Shed There is further detached timber building currently utilised as a Home Office with Wi-Fi connection.

Behind the main residence there is a recently added Timber Shed which stores the water treatment plant, as well as boiler connected to the air source heat pump. A further small Storage Shed is also attached.

The grounds are extensive and include approx. One acre of Ancient Woodland with a stream that runs alongside the road, and a variety of old native trees within the hedgerows including Oak, Beech, Holly, Ash as well as the large Oak tree to the front of the property. Within the curtilage of the property there is a large Wildlife Pond with small island.

The remaining land comprises two areas that have been fenced off and left for wildlife (one of which is suitable to be reclaimed) as well as four pasture fields. The fencing and gates have mainly been replaced within the last four years. The bottom of the land is bordered by a named stream and a natural spring in the centre of the upper fields within a tiny cave supplies the private water as well as additional water for animals.

There is a public footpath through the property which has been recently fenced off to ensure security for livestock.

In all approx. 17 acres (About 7 Hectares)

Property info

Floorplan(s): Floorplan 1

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Property value data/graphs for SA19

Property type Avg. current value Avg. £ per sq ft. Avg. # beds Avg. £ paid (last 12m)
Detached £387,539 £190 3.6 £323,136
Semi-detached £220,824 £148 3.1 £246,489
Terraced £226,674 £141 2.9 £252,996
Flats £176,907 - 1.7 -

Current asking prices in SA19

Average: £421,798
Avg. current asking prices in SA19
Property type 1 bed 2 beds 3 beds 4 beds 5 beds
Houses - £248,397
Flats - - £70,000
- £450,000
All - £248,397

Current asking rents in SA19

Average: £849 pcm
Avg. current asking prices in SA19
Property type 1 bed 2 beds 3 beds 4 beds 5 beds
Houses - - £849 pcm
- -
Flats - - - - -
All - - £849 pcm
- -

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Monthly running costs Beta

£2,311 Monthly total


Purchase price
Deposit (10%) 56,000
Repayment term 25
Interest rate 2.0
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Gas £42 Electricity £65 Estimated energy cost £107/mo

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Estimated consumption

Gas: 18700 kWh/year
Electricity: 4600 kWh/year

Source: National Energy Efficiency Data Framework


Supply £21 Sewerage £30 Estimated water cost £51 /mo
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