A beautiful three double bedroom detached house, offered in immaculate condition, with a stylish, modern living space perfectly conceived to make the most of the outdoors, the views and the location as a whole… Llangennith is synonymous with Gower, and Lanesbury is designed to enjoy everything beach life has to offer!
Llangennith is a village situated on the Western edge of Gower, 15 miles from Swansea and 14 miles from the M4 at Junction 47 Penllergaer.
Llangennith is a vibrant village crested by a three mile stretch of golden sands facing west into the mighty Atlantic ocean. Known as the swell magnet of South Wales, Llangennith sits at the western edge of Gower - a lively village with a strong sense of identity and community. If you're looking for the beach lifestyle, this is the place to be!
In the village you will find the legendary PJ's Surf Shop and the ever popular Kings Head pub and restaurant, serving a great menu and one of the largest selections of malt whisky outside Scotland! The village hall is a real hub of the community offering a diverse range of activities and an open invitation that if it's not on the list then anyone can start a new activity/club...
Current persuits include: Art Club, Short Mat Bowls, Choir, Cinema Club, Circuits, Yoga, Gower Gym, Pilates, The Recreation Field, Sewing Group and Young Peoples Gym.
PLUS Craft and Produce Markets and events in the summer; also Fund raising events such as: Fetes, Meals, Choirs, other events and Private Functions. Also at the Hall: Community Council Meetings, Political Surgeries and Voting. Even “Sleep-overs”!
Llangennith is the surfing capital of Gower, this is mainly because it faces west and is in direct line of any consistent swells that pour in from the mighty Atlantic Ocean.
The bay stretches for over three miles, and here you can witness the power of the sea pounding onto the shore, wandering along the water's edge. The beach is backed by magnificent sand dunes at the north end there is the island of Burry Holms. And if the beach between Rhossili and Burry Holms is not enough, to the north Broughton streches away to the Lougher Estuary and the stunning Whiteford Sands and nature reserve.
The 12th-century church in the village, the largest in Gower, is dedicated to St Cennydd, who in the 6th century founded a priory here, destroyed by Vikings in 986. The large fortified square tower is curiously placed north of the nave. A short stroll south of the church is the ruined medieval village of Coety Green.
There are gentle walks north-west to the coast over the sand dunes of Llangennith and Broughton Burrows. Signposts to watch out for include Blue Pool, a dramatic rock pool which in the right sea and sky conditions takes a deep blue colour, the natural archway called Three Chimneys, and Culver Hole, a bone cave.
Lanesbury is a property for those looking for maximum lifestyle, it is in immaculate condition, the living space is practically and aesthetically conceived for living outdoors as well as in...
The property has three double bedrooms and open plan living space downstairs. There is one bathroom upstairs and a downstairs WC.
Accessed via a driveway off the road leading into the village, there is parking for four or five cars to the front of the house. Steps lead up to a beautiful sun terrace with views over the village towards the sea. On entering Lanesbury, there is a light entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor, and opening to the living space. Also off the entrance hall there is a downstairs WC/utility room. In the living area there is a contemprary style fitted kitchen in graphite grey with island and french windows leading out to the rear garden... open to the kitchen is the living room which is also open to a conservatory to the rear of the house and the sitting room to the front. The sitting room boasts a contemporary log burner and french windows leading out to the south facing sun terrace. On the first floor there is a spacious central landing with a lovely arched window with views towards Rhossilli Downs, from here there is a spacious and stylish bathroom with modern double shower cubicle and clawfoot bath. The master bedroom has a picture window with views of the sea and bedroom two has french windows where you can really absorb the same wonderful view of the sea. The third bedroom is another double and also has a duel sapect with lovely views over the garden and fields behind the house. The rear garden is tiered and lends itself towards, entertaining, eating and chilling in equal measure. Directly behind the house there are two eating areas, on the next tier there is space for the hot tub and relaxing. On the top tier of the garden, the sea views are incredble and there is space for a hammock to be hung on the mature tree. Here there is a summerhoues/shed which provides excellent storage and could easily provide extra accommodation/spare room.
There is access down both sides of the property and there is a very handy store for surf boards etc.
The property is connected to mains drainage and electricty, the central heating is fired by LPG and the tank is located in the back garden.
There is an electric hook up point to the front of the property.