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Brynview Close, Reynoldston, Swansea

  •   3 Bedrooms
  •   2 Bathrooms
  •   2 Receptions

Key features

  • A Three Bedroom Detached House
  • Full Planning Permission For Extension To The Ground Floor Increasing The Living Space and The Addition Of AGranny Annex/Fourth Bedroom Suite
  • Beautiful Location Backing Onto Gower Countryside
  • Attractive South Facing Gardens
  • Private Cul-De-Sac Situation
  • Garage, Driveway and Spacious Front
  • Council Tax Band G
  • EPC Rating: TBC

Full property Description

A beautiful family home offering 1,724sqft of living accommodation which is nestled at the end of this small cul-de-sac in the popular Gower village of Reynoldston. Backing onto fields and enjoying generous gardens this really is an idyllic spot. The property is being sold with the benefit of planning permission for – A single storey side and rear extensions incorporating a replacement attached garage and installation of a side air source heat pump. – REF -2022/1912/FUL (proposed floorplans can be seen in the documents).

The Property

The property occupies a generous triangular shaped plot with front side and rear gardens that are lawned. The driveway is gated and slopes gently down to the house where there is an integral garage.

On entering the property there is a lovely reception hall with galleried landing which offers access to the living room on the left and the cloakroom, kitchen and garage on the right.

The living room is a superb room which runs front to rear in the house, with floor to ceiling windows and fireplace as the focal point. The conservatory can be accessed from this room or the dining room. The dining room can be accessed from both the living room on one side and the kitchen on the other giving this home a lovely flow. There is also a utility room on the ground floor which again gives access to the integral garage.

On the first floor there are three double bedrooms surrounding the galleried landing, the master bedroom has a dressing area and ensuite shower room.

The property is serviced by mains services, except the heating and hot water which is powered by oil.

The Council Tax is Band G (£2,971p.a.)
The EPC Rating is: TBC
The property is FREEHOLD

The Location

Reynoldston is 12 miles from central Swansea and 7.3miles from the M4 at Penllergaer. The village has a strong sense of community with village shop and the ever popular King Arthur pub and restaurant.

Knelston Primary School is 1.2 miles and the village is in the catchment for the excellent Bishopston Comprehensive School.

The really good news is that Reynoldston sits at the centre of all that Gower has to offer: Oxwich Bay is 3.4 miles, Rhossilli is 5.1 miles, Llangennith is 4 miles, Three Cliffs Bay is 4.4miles, and Whiteford Sands is 4.1 miles.

Reynoldston is situated on the Western slopes of Cefn Bryn, in the heart of Gower. It is thought to have derived its name from one of the early Lords of Gower, Reginald de Breos.

Reynoldston is the intersection of North and South Gower and has the advantage of sharing the views of both landscapes. From the top of Cefn Bryn, the second highest point on Gower and whose prominent skyline dominates most of the views, you can wonder at the breathtaking scenery.

On a clear day, you can not only see the coastline of the peninsula, but over the Bristol Channel to Lundy Island, Devon and Exmoor, North towards the Brecon Beacons and West to Carmarthenshire.

Arthur’s Stone pictured above is a Neolithic tomb. There are many legends and tales associated with it. One in particular speaks of a local miller, who cut a piece off the stone to use as a millstone, but once it was apart, was too heavy to move. The separated piece has laid in its fallen state since.

Another legend mentions that the stone was a pebble in King Arthur’s boot. once he had removed it from his boot, he threw it across the water and it came to land on Cefn Bryn. Watch out if you are around on Old Year’s Night (New Year’s Eve). The stone is supposed to get up and go down to the sea for a drink!

Reception Hall

Living Room

Metric: 6.82m x 3.81m
Imperial: 22'4" x 12'5"


Metric: 7.6m x 2m
Imperial: 24'11" x 6'6"

Dining Room

Metric: 3.92m x 3.84m
Imperial: 12'10" x 12'7"


Metric: 4.7m x 2.87m
Imperial: 15'5" x 9'4"


Metric: 2.8m x 1.84m
Imperial: 9'2" x 6'0"



First Floor Landing

Master Bedroom

Metric: 16m x 12.8m
Imperial: 52'5" x 41'11"


Metric: 2.1m x 1.68m
Imperial: 6'10" x 5'6"

Bedroom Two

Metric: 3.86m x 2.87m
Imperial: 12'7" x 9'4"

Bedroom Three

Metric: 2.85m x 2.84m
Imperial: 9'4" x 9'3"

Family Bathroom

Metric: 2.82m x 2.58m
Imperial: 9'3" x 8'5"

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