Set in a conservation area in the Towy valley in Wales Awel Aur is an historic former vicarage dating back to 1879. It is thought that the property was a halfway stopping point for Bishops to rest when they travelled the journey from Cardiff to St Davids.
Many internal period features are retained including windows with pitch pine surrounds and linings throughout. Fireplaces throughout are also original with stone arched surrounds to the principal rooms and three distinctive brick chimneys contain working flues.
The dining room, study and snug are all well proportioned and lead off the main hallway while the kitchen lies at the far end of the house, and has a pantry which leads to the garden.
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Upstairs is accessed from two separate staircases and has the master bedroom and a second bedroom with dressing room, plus two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second floor has two more rooms, which could be bedrooms or playrooms.
Outside the house sits in 1.5 acres of gardens including lawned areas, a part-walled garden and an orchard which range from the ornamental to the wild with herbs, fruit trees, bluebells and ferns at the edges of the ravine.
Awel Aur is located in the Towy Valley just over three miles from Llandeilo in Wales, and 13 miles from Carmarthen.
The guide price is £1.25m. For further information please contact Savills on 029 20 368 930 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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