A superb three bedroom semi-detached home in Gorseinon. This is a superb location as it is surrounded by shopping and social amenities, close to employment in Swansea and Llanelli and the M4 for commuting further away. With one ensuite, a kitchen/dining room across the rear, downstairs WC, a lovely south facing garden and off street parking, this is a superb starter home or investment and offers excellent potential for the new owner to put there own stamp on it.
77 Beauchamp Walk is a modern semi-detached home, there is off street parking to the side of the house and a small front garden leading to the entrance hall with ground floor WC, the living room is accessed from the entrance hall and leads to the kitchen dining room which stretches across the back of the house, from here there are french doors leading out to a raised, decked sun terrace with steps leading down to a lawned garden. On the first floor there are three bedrooms (ensuite to master), and a family bathroom.
This home is well loved, it offers excellent living space with bright and airy rooms and lots of potential for the new owner to decorate and upgrade to suit their own tastes without having to worry about the type of issues associated with older houses.
All mains services are connected to the property and the central heating is fired by a gas combi-boiler.
Gorseinon is a town within the City and County of Swansea, Wales, near the Loughor estuary. It is a very popular place to live due to its community, amenities and access to leisure persuits in the region. It is situated in the north west of Swansea City Centre, around 6 miles (10 km) north west of the city centre and approx. 2.8 miles from the M4 motorway. Llanelli is 7 miles to the West.
Gorseinon offers easy access to Gower, the Lougher Estuary and Penllergaer Woods.
Gorseinon has a busy high street area in the centre of the town. The other major areas of employment are the nearby Garngoch Industrial estate, in Penllergaer, Gorseinon Business Park and Kingsbridge Business Park. Previously, the nearby Bryngwyn steel works and Valeo plant were major employers in the town, however they closed in the 1990s. In response to the closures, the National Assembly for Wales set up the Gorseinon Regeneration Strategy to invest in a number of regeneration schemes in the town.
The Canolfan Gorseinon Centre was built on the old Bryngwyn Steel Works and is a charity-run, community-based centre. Several local charities and organisations are based here, including
Gorseinon Development Trust Gorseinon Food Bank Musicality – Academy of Performing Arts Gorseinon Food Festival Gorseinon Community Cinema Gorseinon Players Gorseinon Development Trust is a locally-run charity that works on issues such as car parking, business, litter, historic areas, tourism and parks in the area.
Gorseinon has a range of education and childcare facilities. Gorseinon Primary School, which has three sites in the town, provides pre-school and primary education. There is a proposal to build a new primary school at Parc y Werin to replace the existing school buildings.
Most eleven to sixteen-year-old children in the area attend Penyrheol Comprehensive School. The school buildings were largely destroyed by an arson attack in 2006. The rebuilt school was opened in 2009.
One of the campuses of Gower College Swansea is in Gorseinon, providing further education and adult learning.