Ideal for family
AN opportunity has arisen to buy a house in a highly sought-after area of Llanelli.
The property at Nant Y Bryn, Dafen, is up for grabs with an asking price of £109,950.
The three-bedroom, semi-detached home is situated within a sought-after cul-de-sac in Dafen.
The property offers a large living room, a kitchen, downstairs toilet and a rear lobby, while upstairs there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
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The property also features a front garden, and an enclosed garden with a raised patio to the rear of the house. There is also an integral garage with a driveway.
The home is within easy driving distance of Llanelli town, Trostre retail park and the M4.
Estate agents Peter Morgan said the property was in good condition and that they anticipated a lot of interest.
Branch manager Jonathan Morgan said: "I expect to sell this property as quickly, as we did with our last property in Nant Y Bryn, which was within one week. The house is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, with plenty of parking and within walking distance to shops, schools and the hospital.
"It's in an ideal location for a family home — couple that with the enclosed rear garden that is flat and catches the sun, this property does have it all.
"With new retail and residential developments throughout Llanelli and Trostre, Nant Y Bryn will remain a quiet, sought after location that will always sell well. Internally there is very little work to be done to the property and it is priced to sell.
"This is an ideal first time purchase and early viewing is recommended."