PLOT 12 CILGWYN BACH
14.5m x 110m / 1,595m2
14.5m x 110m / 1,595m2
We have for sale the perfect plots if you have answered yes to any of the above, our Cilgwyn Bach development is located on the outskirts of the popular West Wales town of Llandysul and comprises of an array of plots varying in size and price.
In these times it is not all about Location Location Location as times have changed and lifestyle and mental wellbeing is paramount, remote working is the way forward and if you would like your children to grow up in the countryside with a very large garden where they can be safe and happy then this may be the right move for you.
We have full planning consent (From 03/09/2020 for 5 years) on all 13 plots of land with 3 different house types to choose from, if these plans don’t suite your needs then you will be able to submit your own as long as they comply to the design parameters set out by Sancler 3 Ltd and the local planning authority.
Although set in a tranquil rural environment the plots have the benefit of high speed broadband (67MBPs) which would enable remote working should need be and also enough capacity for the educational needs of young children or young adults in these times.
The area around Cilgwyn Bach has plenty to offer to any age group from retirees to young families with a range of local amenities and activities to take part in such as walking, fishing, cycling or canoeing at one of the UK’s professional training centres.
The area also has many spectacular places to visit such as Cenarth Falls, Devil’s Bridge or one of the many beaches just a short drive away where you can go for a stroll or partake in a number of adventure sports.
The hallway has access to the garage, downstairs bathroom, study and living area, from the hallway there is access to the stairway leading to the first floor.
OPEN PLAN LIVING ROOM/DINING ROOM/KITCHEN
A spacious living area with bi-fold doors to the rear leading out to the garden and patio area.
Dining area with adequate space to host guests.
Large modern fully fitted kitchen with gloss finished wall and base units with worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink with matte stainless steel mixer taps, stainless steel combination/microwave oven, induction hob with extraction hood over, fridge/freezer and an integrated dishwasher.
Large study with a forward-facing window.
All bedrooms are located on the first floor, two of the bedrooms are serviced by a spacious shared family bathroom and the master bedroom has the benefit of an en-suite bathroom.
Bathrooms and en-suite will comprise of a Sotini suite, vanity units with mixer taps, back-heated illuminated mirror with shaver socket finished with porcelain wall and floor tiles.
Attached single garage accessible from within the dwelling for convenience, the door is a remote control operated roller door.
The square meterage of this plot is 1,595m2, the bungalow and gardens are enclosed by a 1800mm high close boarded fence and hedge, the garden is accessible through a side gate.
HEATING & LIGHTING
NETWORKING / ENTERTAINMENT
SAFETY & SECURITY
GARDEN / EXTERNAL
Cilgwyn Bach is located in Pontwelly on the outskirts of Llandysul some 15.5 miles north of the town of Carmarthen, the site comprises of 14 plots at various prices and sizes.
Llandysul is a small town and community in the county of Ceredigion, Wales. As a community it consists of the villages of Capel Dewi, Horeb, Pont Sian, Pren-Gwyn, Tregroes, Rhydowen and the village of Llandysul itself. At the 2001 Census the community had a population of 1,484, reducing to 1,439 at the 2011 Census. Llandysul lies in the valley of the River Teifi and is visited for its fishing and canoeing. The wider community has a population of 2,732, as of 2011.
The nearby town of Carmarthen has a modern shopping centre, including a Tesco Super Store, Morrisons, LIDL, ALDI, Debenhams and a Marks & Spencer’s which makes it a great shopping experience.
Carmarthen has a leisure centre, bowling alley and a multi-screen cinema.
Additionally, the town is the location of the West Wales General Hospital (Glangwili), Dyfed Powys Police Head Quarters and Trinity St Davids which is part of the University of Wales.
Carmarthen is a very up and coming town with many large companies moving into the area, in 2018 S4C opened its £6,000,000 High Tech Headquarters on the grounds of the Trinity St Davids Campus.