Interesting one this (and thanks to Steve Austin for flagging it up). The only downside is perhaps not enough internal shots of this four-bedroom grade II-listed art deco property in Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire.
We aren’t too familiar with the area and to be honest, we don’t know a great deal about the house itself, despite a bit of online digging. But the agent claims it is grade II-listed, so we would guess that there’s an architect’s name attached to it. If you know more, do drop us a comment or a message.
What we do have is a good set of photos, mainly if its distinctive curved exterior, which looks largely unchanged over the years. From what we can see from the inside, someone has started a modernisation project that isn’t finished, hence the agent pointing out that it is in need of upgrading. We can see one or two original features, but you’ll perhaps need to book a viewing to see if this place has been gutted internally or if more survives.
What we also have is a breakdown of the accommodation. That’s down as an entrance hall with original flooring plus a cloakroom, leading to the lounge with open fire and wood floor, a sitting room (also with open fire and wood floor), a dining room with dual windows, an updated kitchen and breakfast room and a utility on the ground floor.
The half landing has a door to a cloakroom, with the first floor offering four bedrooms and an updated bathroom with modern suite. Head outside and you’ll find a good-sized drive, a turning area, lawns, shrubs and a former vegetable plot. There’s also a covered patio with decked area and a detached garage.
It’s a project, that’s for sure. But at £162,500, it isn’t going to break the bank.