Dated back as far as the early 1700's, Watts & Morgan are delighted to present to the market this extended detached Farmhouse set in a picturesque position in the historic village of Llangynwyd offering a semi-rural lifestyle. The quaint hilltop Village, known by locals as 'Top of Llan' has two well regarded public houses while 'Lower Llan' has a Post Office and a Primary School. Accommodation briefly comprises; Entrance Hall, Kitchen/Dining room, Conservatory, Sitting room, Lounge, ground floor Shower Room, Dairy/Utility room & a Boot/Work room. First floor Landing, Five double bedrooms and a family Bathroom. Externally the property enjoys a southerly aspect lawned front garden, approx. 8.6 acres of Land (4 of which is pastureland) 2 stables with a tack room, 4 paddocks and a Workshop/Outbuilding. EPC Rating "E."
GROUND FLOOR Entrance through a stable style door leading into the entrance Hallway offering flagstone flooring with space for cloaks and a carpeted staircase to the First floor Landing with an under stairs storage cupboard.
The Sitting Room retains many of the original features and enjoys a uPVC window to the front elevation, laminate flooring, exposed timber beams and an original stone fireplace with a log burner.
The Lounge is a light and airy generous sized reception room offering continuation of original flagstone flooring, alcoves for storage, an original stone inglenook fireplace with log fire burner and a uPVC window to the front elevation.
To the heart of the property lies the extended open-plan farm house style Kitchen/Dining room which has been fitted with a range of French oak wall and base units with complimentary work surfaces and a co-ordinating Island with space for high stools. Space and plumbing has been provided for a freestanding cooker an American fridge freezer. Further benefiting from; a double Belfast sink unit with granite surround, a uPVC window to the front elevation, welsh slate flooring, an original larder cupboard and a loft hatch giving access to the loft space. The Dining area with vaulted ceilings enjoys continuation of stone flooring, ample space for freestanding furniture and a fireplace with a log burner. Timber French doors lead through to the spacious Conservatory currently utilised as an additional Sitting Room overlooking the outstanding views across the front garden and the mountainside.
A courtesy doors provides access to the rear elevation and a door leads through to original Dairy/Utility Room which offers additional storage units, a sink unit, exposed wood beams and space and plumbing has been provided for further white goods.
The ground floor Shower Room has been fitted with a 3-piece suite comprising; shower cubicle, wash-hand basin and WC.
The extended Boot Room offers vinyl flooring, an original exposed stone wall, a uPVC window to the rear elevation and uPVC stable style door provides access to the side elevation. The room houses the Worcester Greenstar Heat Slave oil central heating boiler (plastic 1,000 litre oil tank located just outside) and a spring water filter tank and purifying filter system.
FIRST FLOOR The Landing offers carpeted flooring, a uPVC window to the rear elevation and an original exposed brick wall.
The Master Bedroom is a generous sized double bedroom offering carpeted flooring, fitted wardrobes with barn style doors, ample space for freestanding furniture and a uPVC window to the front elevation.
The First floor further enjoys Four double bedrooms, Two to the front elevation and Two to the rear elevation offering carpeted flooring, uPVC windows and space for freestanding furniture.
The fully tiled family Bathroom has been fitted with a 3-piece suite comprising; panelled bath, wash-hand basin and WC. Further benefiting from tiled flooring, recessed spotlights and a heated towel rail.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS Surrounded by rolling countryside, Gilfach Uchaf sits within approximately 8.6 acres of ground including 5 acres of pasture land comprising; shared concrete drive leading onto a private driveway and offering ample space for several vehicles. A timber stable block offering 2 stables with a tack room, 4 enclosed paddocks and a Workshop/Outbuilding. To the front of the property lies a lawned garden enclosed by mature hedgerow and trees with a stream running to the bottom. A decking area is provided to enjoy the fantastic mountain views.
SERVICES AND TENURE Mains services electricity, borehole spring water, cesspit drainage and oil central heating. Freehold. Please note that the property is currently on two titles.