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● Substantial Detached House
● Five Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms, Four Reception Rooms
● 1/10th Acre Garden with Lawn, Patio, Polytunnel and Outhouse
● Approx. 2 Acres Off-Lying Paddock with Three Stables
● Direct Access onto The Black Mountain

Brynglas House is a unique 1850 period farmhouse with exposed original features complete with a modern refurbishment set on the very edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, offering a large garden with a potential building plot suitable for a spacious 4 bed detached house or self-build (STPP) with DIRECT access onto the Black Mountain bridleway with vehicle access from the road.
The paddock and stables are off-lying by about 100m and are ideal for smallholding or private equestrian use.
The property lies within the village of Upper Brynamman. There are two pubs in the village, a  fish and chip shop, dental practice, doctors surgery, Post Office, community centre, rugby club and a highly rated Primary School next to the local playground and park. Nearby Ammanford has a wider range of independent shops and senior school and the popular market town of Llandeilo is about 11 miles.

Price Guide £390,000 Ref: WALES_EO7301


A comfortable family home benefitting from a huge 21.5 KW multifuel boiler stove, electric vehicle charging point, integrated Rangemaster, Miele Dishwasher, Hive central heating/water control powered by external Worcester oil boiler with radiators throughout the property and plenty of unshaded roof space for solar panels to help make this property self-sustainable. The accommodation in brief is as follows, please refer to the floorplan for approximate room sizes:
The Main Entrance through the front door leads directly into the Living Room which has a stone fireplace with log-burner, stairs to first floor and a laminated floor.
A door to the right leads through a Study which has fitted desk and shelving, to the Main Lounge which has a former fireplace which is now sealed.
The Kitchen is fitted with a range of built-in base units with worksurfaces incorporating 1½ bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap, Range cooker with stainless steel extractor hood, integral dishwasher and a wide opening to the Dining Room which has glazed external double doors to the garden.
From the other end of the kitchen, a door leads into the Utility Room which has an external half glazed door, sink with drainer and mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine, hot water cylinder and a downstairs Cloakroom with WC.
On the Frist floor there are Five Good Sized Bedrooms, one of which has an En Suite Shower Room with a cubicle with electric shower, WC, and wash hand basin.
There is also a Family Bathroom with a panelled bath with electric shower over, WC and wash hand basin

Price Guide £390,000Ref: WALES_EO7301


The property is approached off the village lane and has a 4 bay driveway with an electric car charging point and a front lawn with a dwarf brick retaining wall. The versatile garden wraps around the property offering a patio area, space for vegetable beds, a polytunnel (with grape vine), cherry tree, small stone building, bar area and shed with electric points.
The substantial rear lawn consists of c.0.139 of an acre (562sqm) that sits in the local LDP Zone valid till 2033. The plot also has a concrete foundation ready for a summer house, stables or unique holiday let (STPP). The property also has the benefit of common land grazing rights onto the mountain (Further enquiries to be made with the local council common land officer).
The Land lies on the opposite side of the lane and is about 100m from the house. It is accessed along a track and comprises a pasture paddock enclosed with stock fencing and mature hedges. There is a natural water supply and a hard surfaced yard on which are Three Timber Stables each c. 12’ x 12’ (about 3.6m x 3.6m).

IN ALL APPROX. 2 ACRES  (About 0.8 Hectares)

Price Guide £390,000Ref: WALES_EO7301