Gosport Street, Laugharne, Carmarthen

1 Bed House - Semi-Detached  For Sale

Reception Rooms: 1 | Bedrooms: 1 | Bathrooms: 1

Offers in the region of £230,000

An opportunity of purchasing a delightful cottage located in the centre of the popular Historical Township of Laugharne.
Enjoying stunning views over the estuary, castle and the clock tower, conveniently situated within walking distance of the shops, pubs, restaurant and many other amenities the town provides.
The property has recently been updated with new oil boiler installed, updated kitchen with all white goods included, new shower and enclosure and decorated throughout. The accommodation briefly comprises spacious living room, kitchen/dining area with French door to rear courtyard and on the first floor there is a good sized bedroom with walk in wardrobe and en-suite shower room.
Externally there is a gated side access to the rear courtyard which provides a secluded, private seating area.
Its location makes this property an ideal investment for holiday lets or rentals.
  • Semi detached cottage
  • Popular location
  • Centre of Laugharne
  • Castle & Estuary views
  • Living room
  • Kitchen/dining area
  • 1 large bedroom and en-suite
  • Rear courtyard
  • Energy rating E


Located in the centre of the Historical Township of Laugharne. Laugharne lies on the estuary of the River Taf , is famous for having been the home of Dylan Thomas and is thought to have been the inspiration for the fictional town of Llareggub in Under Milk Wood. Dylan's former residence, The Boat House and writing shed, are popular tourist attractions in the area. Laugharne is an historical township dating back to the 12th Century with a magnificent medieval castle. Laugharne Corporation is one of the last surviving medieval corporations in the United Kingdom, is presided over by a Portreeve, wearing his traditional chain of gold cockles, and is conferred annually. Customs associated with the corporation include the common walk, also known as beating the bounds, which occurs on Whit Monday every 3 years. The township offers a good range of amenities for day to day needs. There is a shop, chemist, doctors surgery, delicatessen, pubs including the famous Browns Hotel, a variety of eating places, a community hall as well as places of worship including the beautiful Church. St Clears is 4 miles where you have excellent road links on to the A40 providing swift access to the County town of Carmarthen and Pembrokeshire to the west with is beautiful coastal towns and villages and 4 miles down the road is Pendine famous for its long sandy beach where numerous land speed records have been broken.


Travel west out of Carmarthen on the A40 to St Clears. From here take the A4066 for Laugharne/Pendine. Travel into Laugharne down to the centre (The Girst) , you will find the car park on your left and after a short distance Heron View will be on your right


The accommodation of approximate dimensions is arranged as follows:


5.73m narrowing to 3.54m x 6.60m max (18'9" narrow
Exterior front door opening into a spacious living room with 2 windows to front, a feature stone fireplace, stairs to the first floor with under stairs cupboard and wall lights.
Door to kitchen/dining room


3.85 narrowing to 2.00m x 3.07m max (12'7" narrowi
The vendors have recently updated the kitchen which comprises a good range of wall and base units with a stainless steel sink unit, new electric oven and hob as well the washing machine , dishwasher and fridge.
Recently installed Worcester oil boiler.
Radiator, tiled floor , sky light window and French doors to rear courtyard.


5.62m narrowing to 4.35m x 4.66m (18'5" narrowing
3 Window to front with views of the castle and estuary , 2 radiators, walk in wardrobe and door to shower room.




Large shower enclosure, WC and vanity unit, shaver point, extractor fan, small window to rear and heated towel rail


Gated side access leads to an enclosed rear courtyard
Cold water tap and oil storage tank


Mains water, electric and drainage


Any floor plans provided are intended as a guide to the layout of the property only and dimensions are approximate. NOT TO SCALE


We are advised that the Council Tax Band is C


These details are a general guideline for intending purchasers and do not constitute an offer of contracts. BJP have visited the property, but have not surveyed or tested any appliances, services or systems at the property including heating, plumbing, drainage etc. The sellers have checked and approved the details however, purchasers must rely on their own and/or their Surveyors inspections and their solicitors enquiries to determine the overall condition, size and acreage of the property, and also any planning, rights of way, easements or other matters relating to it.


All enquiries and negotiations to BJP Carmarthen Office. We have an obligation to our vendor clients to ensure that all offers made for the property can be substantiated and may in some instances require proof of funds. We will also require 2 forms of identification one being photographic evidence i.e drivers licence and the other a bank/building society statement, utility bill, credit card bill or any other form of ID, issued within the previous three months, providing evidence of residency as the correspondence address.


Carmarthen Office 01267 236363 Llandeilo Office 01558 822468 Cross Hands Office 01269 845576 or out of hours number 07789716520


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Gosport Street, Laugharne, Carmarthen

Branch Details

104 Lammas Street,
. SA31 3AL

Tel: 01267 236363
Email: carmarthen@bjpco.com