Conveniently located in the suburbs of Llanelli town centre within a short walking distance of a range of schools and shops and easy access to the transport network including train and bus stations.
By car you can reach J48 of the M4 at Hendy or Burry Port within 10 minutes, Swansea in 25 minutes or Carmarthen in 30.
Frontage and forecourt (3.2m x 13m / 126” x 512”)
An imposing end of terrace family home on a tree-lined street amongst other properties of the same Victorian town-house style, directly opposite the Grade II listed former St Alban’s Church on the cross road of Alban Road, Glevering Street and Stebonheath Terrace.
It has a double bay window with original feature woodwork and front door and white wooden shutters.
The forecourt is block paved, and features original Victorian cast iron railings and gate.
There is a driveway and ample parking at the front and side.
Front room (8m x 3.4m / 318” x 134”)
Large combined living and dining area with ample space for various layout options. uPVC French doors to the garden.
Oak-mantled fireplace with lined chimney for a wood burner plus vertical white traditional column radiator and a second large radiator.
Large feature bay window with stylish white shutters. Original cornicing and high ceilings. Oak engineered flooring flows through into the hallway and large extension.
Multi-use room (3.8m x 4.1m / 150” x 161”)
The extension, built 2005-06, provides convenient additional living space. Currently in use as a snug, it has in the past been used as a photography studio, kids’ playroom and a fourth bedroom.
A large window, fitted with shutters, overlooks the front of the home.
Adjacent ground-floor WC.
The extension could be easily re-fitted to provide private studio or ‘granny flat’ accommodation with ample space for a kitchenette or bathroom to be fitted, and private access via the garden.
Office (2.3m x 3.1m / 91” x 122”)
Good-sized office with plenty of room for a large desk, or two smaller desks. It has fitted wall shelving and base units with countertop and room for a filing cabinet.
A uPVC door leads on to the garden, providing private external access if required.
Living room (3.1m x 4.6m / 122” x 181”)
Spacious family living room with an oak veneered feature TV wall and a bay window with shutters overlooking the decked area of the garden.
Plenty of room for an over-sized settee and side tables along the large wall, and armchairs, cuddle chairs or a small two-seater in the bay.
This room is carpeted with an electric underfloor heating system. There is a radiator in the bay and a fan above kitchen door that draws hot air through when the wood burner in the kitchen is fired up.
Kitchen (4.1m x 4.3m / 161” x 169”)
A light and airy kitchen with a large window to the south side and a picture window to the westward facing rear which frames a townscape view and the sun setting in the west.
Ivory shaker-style units with black and gold granite worktops set out in an L-shape provide ample cupboard space and integrated appliances, including a Hotpoint electric oven and grill, microwave, Bosch dishwasher, Zanussi fridge-freezer, gas hob, stainless steel sink and separate drainer.
There is room for a large family dining table and chairs with feature pendant lighting over, with additional spotlights in the white painted tongue and groove ceiling (potential to open and install skylights).
Large easy clean tiled flooring. Rear door leading out on to the decked area of the garden.
Haas & Sohn multi-fuel burner.
Basement (room 1 - 4.6m x 2.7m / 181” x 106”) (room 2 – 2.2m x 2.8m / 87” x 110”)
Extensive basement which runs under the rear half of the home, with internal access. Recently refurbished with under floor drainage and damp-proofed walls.
There are further rooms at the rear that house a recently-fitted Worcester boiler and plumbing for a washing machine, and sink should you wish to fit one. There is potential here for further development, with possible options including a shower room and toilet, or additional living space for a larger family.
A uPVC door leads into the garden.
Master bedroom (3.6m x 5.3m / 142” x 209”)
Two rooms have been knocked into one to create a large master bedroom the full width of the original house, but could be easily reverted back into two separate rooms.
Bay window and a further large window above the front door with original wooden surround and white shutters.
Ample room for a super king sized bed and other decorative furniture.
Dressing room (3.8m x 4.1m / 150” x 161”)
Adjacent dressing room with wall to wall open wardrobe system provides flexible storage options with multiple rails, trouser racks, compartmental shelving and drawers.
En-suite (2.3m x 3.1m / 91” x 122”)
En-suite bathroom with walk-in electric shower, feature wash unit with a shallow sink and pillar tap set atop a reclaimed wooden desk, a close coupled WC and double mirror cabinet with lights set within an oak surround.
Cream and beige tiled flooring, a traditional white column radiator and white window shutters.
Second bedroom (3.3m x 3.5m / 130” x 138”)
Large double bedroom with room for several layout options and ample storage space
Window overlooks the garden and the townscape beyond.
Third bedroom (2.6m x 3.2m / 102” x 126”)
Double bedroom with large tilt and turn window providing emergency access to the roof above the kitchen. Built-in shelving beneath the large window.
Family bathroom (2.2m x 2m / 87” x 79”)
Featuring a double ended white bath with large chrome sunburst shower head over, set against stone tiled walls and a slate mosaic bath panel and slate tiled flooring.
Close coupled WC and Jacuzzi sink set on a beech wash-stand with pillar tap and a large heated chrome towel rail. A built-in mirror cabinet with light and shelving provides plenty of storage space.
Garden (lawned area 12m x 5.9m / 472” x 232”) (decked area – 4.8m x 6m / 189” x 236”)
Attractive low-maintenance garden with large decked area, tiered artificial lawns and well-established mature flower and shrubbery borders providing plenty of room and options for garden furniture or children’s games.
Arched side door leading on to the street. External access to basement with uPVC door. Storage area under raised decking.
Potential to build a garage at the rear end of the garden, which will provide access to the rear lane.
EPC – D
Council Tax Band – C
Tenure - Freehold
26, ALBAN ROAD, LLANELLI, CARMARTHENSHIRE, SA15 1EW