One exclusive location, five modern mansions, one dream home for sale with three storeys of contemporary style waiting to impress.
Cwrt Ty Gwyn is a gated community of a small collection of modern mansions nestled within the highly desirable village of Llangennech.
This contemporary community is regularly featured on the area's most expensive locations and homes list for a whole host of reasons.
The little five-home hamlet sits on the outskirts of this village near Llanelli, surrounded by countryside and the River Loughor estuary close-by for waterside views and walks.
The house is the largest of the five built within this exclusive community and space is a theme that continues both inside and out at this posh abode.
From the front the three-storey home impresses with its Georgian-style inspired symmetrical facade, large multi-paned windows and column porch entrance.
It's a grand statement that raises the expectation level of what might be found inside this amazing home.
The hallway is a spacious and welcoming first impression with a substantial wood staircase leading to an open first floor landing.
But the main eye-catching design in the hall is the view through the double doors at the end into the dining room beyond and into the garden beyond that.
To see straight through the home and into the garden from the front doorstep is always an impressive and attractive initial design feature to find inside.
Another well-used design trick that works to make spaces feel bigger and connected through visual continuity, is the use of the same flooring throughout, not that this large home needs any assistance in making it feel spacious.
The large floor tiles have a satin sheen that also helps to reflect light around each space but again, lack of light is not a problem within this home with multiple windows and doors out into the garden.
Into the inviting formal dining room at the rear of the hallway then, seeing as it is calling you from the door mat.
And it is definitely worth the journey.
The formal dining room has been designed to make the ultimate connection to the rear garden - it has three double French doors. This is surely the best room in the house for letting the outside in.
You might think so but next door is the spacious kitchen diner and in here the more relaxed dining area also has a garden connection, via a set of French doors and four windows that travel all the way down to floor level.
This extra family dining room has been added to the property by the current owners and is a special spot to enjoy a relaxed breakfast feeling like you are surrounded by the garden but without any bad weather to dampen your Cornflakes.
Flowing from this breakfast room through a wide doorway is the kitchen.
As you might expect from a house built with attention to detail and luxury at its heart, the kitchen is bespoke made by Heaven and Stubbs, an Oxfordshire-based company which specialises in hand-crafted furniture.
The floor and wall units have been built specifically for this space and surrounded by the same tone of wall colour and floor tiles.
The choice to do this means the space looks seamless, and also provides a backdrop for the granite work surfaces and island unit to become the key features.
Of course, all the usual kitchen appliances are hidden away within integrated units and there is the addition of a filtered drinking water tap and underfloor heating.
Next door there is also a separate utility room providing extra storage and clothes washing and drying areas.
The lounge is a substantial space that runs from the front of the property to the back, and then beyond into the garden via French doors.
The room is large enough for any sized family gathering, with inviting squishy sofas cuddling around the fireplace.
There's even easily enough space for a baby grand piano.
But there is a hidden secret in this space too.
At the touch of a button a mini cinema screen descends from its hiding place in the ceiling and the projector springs into action to show the latest blockbuster movie or tense football match.
The atmosphere is further enhanced by the sunken ceiling panel with hidden lighting which means the lights can go off but you can still see your popcorn.
The ground floor also has a cloakroom and a family lounge that completes the accommodation before exploring upstairs.
As many grand houses can boast, this home has a central staircase that leads to a galleried landing, giving the whole entrance a section of double-height space to share and the perfect place to hang an impressive light fitting.
On this landing more attention to detail is on display via the decorative coving that adds to the charm of the space.
This central landing allows access to four double bedrooms and a family bathroom plus stairs to the second floor and the master suite.
One of the bedrooms is currently being used as a study, very handy for working from home, and features built-in hardwood desk and storage from Heaven and Stubbs again.
This room could, of course, become a bedroom again.
The family bathroom feels like a welcome trip to the nearby seaside, welcoming a visitor with warm toned floor and ceiling tiling, coastal-inspired accessories and a bath with jet sprays; not quite Gower surfing standard but a wonderful extra to add to the already impressive sunken bath.
All the bedrooms, as with the rest of the house, sees modern interior design centred around a neutral colour palette and featuring accents of warm colours plus modern and comfortable furniture downstairs and mainly classic and elegant furniture pieces and soft colours upstairs.
It's a home that embraces its family residents through its good design and its chosen decor that enhances it rather than overwhelms it.
The integrated sound system continues up into the main bedroom level and then up to the second floor where a spacious and private master suite awaits.
The suite is light and bright, having a semi-vaulted ceiling and dual aspect twin windows.
There's a walk-in dressing area plus a vast ensuite that features not only a sizable shower cubicle and plenty of built-in and lit shelving but a central bath that too has jets.
Surrounded by luxury marble, the bath is definitely inviting you in for the most relaxing of time spent in the bubbles.
The master suite even has a built-in mini drinks refrigerator so there are very few reasons, apart from spending time with the family, to appear on the lower floors and leave this private oasis.
But venturing outside will be worth the two-storey descent into the garden as, apart from a low maintenance private garden, there's an intriguing summerhouse in the corner.
A workshop? A little hobby house? A place to enjoy a mug of tea and watch the garden grow?
No, waiting inside is an inviting spa hot tub waiting to sooth the day's stresses and strains away.
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At the front of the house the benefit of being a modern built house within an exclusive Carmarthenshire estate means there is ample space allocated to each house for family and guest vehicles, and this particular house can offer spots for up to eight vehicles.
And with a mini cinema, sociable spaces to enjoy dinner parties and a hot tub in the garden there are sure to be many regular visitors to this house, once lockdown is over.
The modern mansion with all mod cons is on the market for £680,000 with estate agent Dwasons, give their Llanelli branch a call on 01554 784400 to find out more.