Tucked away in a Gower village you'll find a detached farmhouse just a stone's throw away from a popular beach.
With sea views across Pwll Du Bay, Kilsaran is a secluded 18th century farmhouse based on the national coastal footpath in the village of Southgate.
The four bedroom period property sits within 2.5 acres of land and even comes with a sun terrace where you can admire the surrounding views.
Being one of just five original houses that made up the community of Pwll Du Bay, the farmhouse has recently been renovated but still retains a number of period features, alongside plenty of modern touches.
Heading inside, you're initially welcomed into the spacious reception hall with its flagstone flooring before being guided into the nearby sitting room.
Throughout the downstairs you'll notice an array of traditional features, from exposed brick walls and wooden beams, to original fireplaces.
The rustic kitchen has plenty of room to invite guests over and comes with a range cooker, as well as an integrated Belfast sink and a unique wooden island where you can prepare meals.
An open plan living room boasts picturesque views outside through its many windows and even offers direct access to the courtyard where you can relax and unwind.
You'll also find a laundry room, boot room and a pantry all on the ground floor, providing some extra room for storage and additional appliances.
Upstairs is where the four bedrooms can be found, with the master bedroom offering stunning views over both the garden and the nearby bay, and also benefiting from an en-suite shower room.
The remaining three bedrooms each come with attractive views of the surrounding countryside and coast, while the family bathroom is made up of a free-standing bath, with a mirrored wall and exposed brickwork.
Outside you'll have access to the large flagstone courtyard which comes with a garden fireplace and, of course, views across the nearby beach.
If that's not enough, there is also a detached outbuilding which has been renovated to a similar style as the main house and comes with a double bedroom and en-suite, an open plan living room and kitchen and a separate bathroom.
There's a large decked area outside which leads to a terrace with a stone-built chiminea and enough room for two vehicles to park.
The property is accessed via a stone-gated driveway, with beautiful gardens to both sides which are made up of mature trees, shrubs and even a treehouse. The driveway curves passed the front of the house and leads to a parking area with enough space for eight cars.
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It is described by estate agents The Greenroom, in Mumbles, as a "beautiful eighteenth century farmhouse which has been lovingly and meticulously renovated".
The property is asking for offers in the region of £1,595,000. Call The Greenroom on 01792 738212.