New Road, Llanelli

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
Located in one of the area's most prestigious locations sits this incredible, Victorian home. Built circa 1870 rarely does a true Victorian property in such immaculate condition with the amount of accommodation this has to offer come to market. On entering the property you are immediately aware of the Victorian features that are echoed throughout, three principle reception rooms are located off the main entrance hall, the first two rooms have a host of features as well as space and light. The present owners have carefully incorporated a ground floor cloakroom, then onto the beautifully fitted kitchen with formal dining room beyond, this opens onto a wonderful balcony which overlooks the private gardens. The first floor has four double bedrooms serviced by an immaculate family bathroom. Onto the principle bedroom which is truly is a place to relax and unwind not only for its dimensions and en-suite facilities but again an echo to the past a Victorian style. roll top bath located in the front bay window. The top floor has a sixth bedroom used currently as a home office. The basement apartment is undergoing renovations and will be completed in time for new owners needing extended family accommodation. The private rear garden has patio area's as well as lawns and mature trees then onto the garage which in our opinion could accommodate parking for several vehicles and storage to the loft above. We urge you to read through the details as well as speaking to ourselves with a view to booking an appointment to explore this home which we feel is the only way to truly appreciate all this property has to offer.


The property is approached via a wrought iron gate opening to the front garden which has a variety of mature trees and shrubs giving privacy, pathways leading to the entrance to the basement apartment and to steps leading up to the front door which opens to:-


On entering the property you are immiediately greeted by some of the original features found throughout the home as the porch has victorian part tiled walls, with glass panel double doors opening to:


The feeling of grandeur is evident on stepping into this entrance hall, with the original staircase greeting you along with other features such as dado rails, coved ceilings in keeping with the character with original doors off to the principle reception rooms.


6.32 x 4.19 (20'8 x 13'8 )

Light floods through this room due to the bay windows to the front with a victorian style fire, surround and hearth, the high ceilings are adorned with coving, friezes and ceiling rose in keeping with the age and style of the property along with stripped wood flooring.


6.63 x 4.42 (21'9 x 14'6 )

As with reception room one this property is located to the front of the home, again flooded with light due to the double windows plus a further window to the rear, again a grand fire place in keeping with the age of the property along with coving, friezes and ceiling rose to match.


4.29 x 4.22 (14'0 x 13'10 )

The current owners utilise this room as a family room with a window to the rear overlooking part of the garden, this room has been utilised previously as a formal dining room, the amount of living space in this property affords any owner to use each room as per their living needs.


Created in the last few years by the present owners, originally a cupboard and larder now put to far better use and more condusive to modern living with contemporary fittings comprising of low lever w/c and a wash hand basing sitting on top of a fitted unit, with a stained glass window to the side sitting in a double glazed unit.


4.19 x 3.81 (13'8 x 12'5 )

Fully fitted with units in keeping with the Victorian features, again flooded with light due to duel aspect windows to either side and where the original range would possibly have been located there is now a feature of fitted units surrounding a space for a range style cooker/Rayburn/Aga as well as the benefit of other modern appliances, built in eye level oven, hob, plumbing for dishwasher, Belfast style sink again to keep the character of the property as well as an informal dining/breakfast area.


3.81 x 3.18 (12'5 x 10'5 )

The kitchen is open in part to the dining area, located on one wall is a bell unit showing each of the rooms and giving echo's of the past history of this home, although no longer working it is apt this has been left in place. The dining room has a cupboard with ornate wood doors which one assumes would have at one time would have housed dinner services etc, now the boiler for the home sits within this cupboard. The French doors to the rear overlook the well maintained garden and open onto the balcony seating area thus extending the social aspect of this part of the property.


The balcony has wrought iron balustrading around and has a superb view of the garden and has steps leading down to the garden patio area.


Approached from the main hallway, leading onto:-


Stained glass window to the side housed in a double glazed unit, with steps leading off to the front and rear landing area's.



Fitted with contemporary w/c and wash hand basin, window to side.


Full of elegance, in our opinion this truly is how a family bathroom should look and feel for a property of this size, an ample fitted unit with a wash hand basin fitted in, shower unit with Victorian style fitments, claw foot, roll top bath, w/c and the Victorian theme has been continued with feature wood panelling to some walls.


3.78 x 3.18 (12'4 x 10'5 )

Located to the rear off the rear landing feature fire place, double glazed window to side and french doors to the rear affording views over the garden and countryside in the distance and can be opened up with the knowledge of safety due to the Juliet balcony in situ.


4.24 x 4.19 (13'10 x 13'8 )

Located off the front landing along with the other bedrooms and master bedroom suite, this bedroom like so many of the other rooms in this home is flooded with light with the window located to the rear.


4.19 x 3.05 (13'8 x 10'0 )

Window to rear.


4.22 x 3.45 (13'10 x 11'3 )

Bay windows to the front mirroring reception room 2 below.


6.43 x 4.17 (21'1 x 13'8 )

This is in our opinion is a suite due to its size as well as the advantage of the current owner creating a relaxing space within in the front bay which has a claw foot, roll top bath, truly a room to relax and unwind.


Again continuing with benefits of modern day living this en-suite offers up a shower unit, fitted units housing two sink units and w/c with the window located to the front of the property, we imagine at some stage during the life of this property this room was probably a nursery.


There is a door off to the left of this landing opening to a narrow hallway with doors off to storage area's, this area could subject to the correct consents be opened up to create a further bedroom or office. Measurements for storage area's 5.99mx4.27m and 4.27mx3.96m


6.40(max)x6.35(max) (20'11 (max)x20'9 (max))

An L-shape room with velux style and dorma style windows to front and rear, the present owners use this as a home office ideal again for modern living due to so many now requiring home office facilities.


6.15 x 3.66+6.32 x 4.19+4.01 x 3.35 (20'2 x 12'0

Due to the properties age the present owners think this basement area would have originally housed the kitchen/scullery for the main property. Through the decades previous owners have converted this basement into separate living accommodation from the house however the current owners are in the process of carefully restoring and converting the space into an up to date living area with a staircase being re-instated to give access to and from the main entrance hallway making this apartment the ideal area for anyone requiring self contained living accommodation for extended family. The renovations will be completed for a new owner.



As previously mentioned the front aspect of this property enjoys privacy afforded by the variety of mature trees and shrubs, this privacy continues to the rear garden due to the stone walls surrounding the garden. There are a number of mature trees dotted throughout this garden, the patio area leads onto a level lawn, there is a vegetable patch located at the end of the garden with the garage wall as a backdrop. There is also the opportunity of creating a games room in the basement storage area as there are double glazed doors to this area which open onto the garden patio. dimensions for the rear basement area's are 3.40mx2.95m plus 4.11mx3.81m


11.50(max)x4.24(max) (37'8 (max)x13'10 (max))

The garage as with the property really does echo the Victorian past, the size of this building affords off road parking for possibly 3 vehicles, we believe the garage is of ample proportions as at the time of being constructed this building would have needed to have housed a horse drawn carriage as well as stabling for horses as there are what appear to be original hay lofts above.

01554 229392

Dawsons - Llanelli

11 Murray Street, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire

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