This “impressive” character farmhouse for sale is thought to have origins in the 1300s and includes riverside woodlands.
Capel Dewi Uchaf, in Carmarthen, is Grade II listed and has possible 12th century origins and earliest records dating back to the 1600s.
The detailing of the property suggests that it was for gentry rather than farmers, with the first recorded owner being notary public Owen Rees, who died in 1698.
Period features of the house include sash windows, dogleg stairs, open fireplaces, and ceiling plasterwork.
Entering the property, a large wooden porch leads into the main hallway, with Welsh tile floors and period doors.
The living room features a wood-burning stove in a fireplace, as well as garden views, while the sitting room includes quarry tile flooring, a “huge” exposed stone hearth, and original wooden beams.
In the centre of the home is the dining room, which was the original kitchen and has a wood-burner in place of the former stove.
The new kitchen sits to the rear of the property, with integrated appliances and a built-in larder, plus doors out to the patio.
A period carved wooden staircase leads upstairs, with the first floor comprising three bedrooms, two of which have en-suite bathrooms, and all three with feature fireplaces, plus a family bathroom.
On the second floor, there are two further bedrooms, one with valley views, an en-suite and a large dressing room, and the other which could be used as a study.
Completing the property is the double room basement, with the floor being the original river cobblestone base.
Outside, there is a stone pillared entrance leading to a parking area with an electric car charging point, while to the front is a large lawned area with a walled garden.
The main gardens sit to the rear of the house, including several seating areas, lawns, a vegetable garden, and a summerhouse.
Beyond the gardens are the stables and six acres of paddock and woodland, bordering the River Towy, plus a further seven acres of grazing land.
The property is being sold by Country Living Group for a guide price of £950,000.
The agent commented: “Potentially dating back to the 1300s, and appearing on maps of the mid 1700s, this impressive Grade II listed farmhouse is a property packed with character and charm.
“In addition to the expansive internal accommodation, the property also offers a huge amount of land to enjoy.
“The land runs down to the banks of the picturesque river Towy which flows along the northern boundary of the property.”