Enchanting Grade II* Listed 17th century Manor House
Neuadd Fawr is located in the peaceful village of Llanwrda with village shop and pub about 4 miles south west from the market own of Llandovery and about 8.5 miles north east from the ever popular town of Llandeilo. Llanwrda benefits from a railway service providing connections to Mid and South Wales and beyond. The A40 & A483 provide excellent road connections to the surrounding towns with easy access to the M4 to the south at junction 49 (only about 21 miles) that takes you onto Swansea (about 33 miles), Cardiff (about 73 miles), the Severn Bridge and beyond. The Brecon Beacons National Park are also on your doorstep for those that enjoy outdoor pursuits in a beautiful landscape.
Neuadd Fawr is a stunning Grade II* Listed 17th century Manor House substantially built in 1650 that has been sympathetically restored and refurbished by the current owner. The house enjoys a wealth of character features including oak floors and lime washed walls together with a blend of modern luxury touches including underfloor heating on the ground floor.
Accommodation Ground Floor
A welcoming vestibule with charming original seats leads through an impressive oak door with metal studs to the reception hall with an attractive stone floor. On the left is the large drawing room with stone floor, beamed ceiling and a lovely inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove providing a warm focal point. On the right of the hall is the kitchen dining room again with stone floor, beamed ceiling, fitted units and a smart black Aga taking centre stage. At the rear of the house is a cosy snug/ study with a wood burning stove. A cloakroom off the hall completes the ground floor.
A beautiful wide staircase rises up from the rear hall to the first floor accommodation that includes 4 bedrooms (2 en suite) with oak floors. The remaining 2 bedrooms share the use of a family bathroom.
The stairs continue to the second floor that includes 2 storage rooms and a vast open family room with wood floor, vaulted ceiling, imposing roof timbers and exposed gable end stone walls.
The property sits in generous landscaped grounds including a gated entrance leading down to a smart gravel forecourt, bordered by lawned areas, mature trees and bushes. Flowing along the south-west boundary is the River Dulais, a tributary of the River Towy, a spawning river for Salmon, and Sewin (sea trout). Neuadd Fawr enjoys single bank fishing rights upon the river within its boundaries. There is a weir just below the house with a fish ladder to enable the salmon to migrate up the river. The house is framed by a charming stone wall while to the rear is a lovely private lawned garden nestled by trees.
Strictly by appointment with Savills or Clee Tompkinson Francis.
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