Nestled within the tiny Welsh country village of Bronwydd Arms is a stunning contemporary mansion which boasts its very own castle-like tower.

With its impressive exterior and an inside that looks like it has been ripped from the pages of a luxury interior design magazine, the mansion is truly what you'd call a dream home.

Situated along one of only two main roads in the Camarthenshire village, the home features plenty of unique features, WalesOnline reports.

The front of the home boasts three storeys of glass, a first-floor balcony and the glass 'tower' which brings an extra curved dimension to the facade.

Inside the property, and the spacious hall has a suspended ceiling that creates an impressive well of light in the centre, and a curved inner wall leads to the vast kitchen diner.

But perhaps the most impressive feature is the white-walled staircase that sweeps down the glass tower and into the hall.

It lights up at night and is a true statement feature within the home.

Even after first stepping inside, the modern take on the classic deco design is evident, setting the backdrop for the glamorous interiors that inhabit each space – mixing contemporary pieces with classic design, tactile and natural materials with cool, hard metals.

Moving into the kitchen diner at the rear and the first element to arrest you is another curved wall to the right.

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This internal wall adds a smooth, sweeping surface that helps you glide into the space and ensures the space is as distinctive as it is stylish.

To the left, accompanied by the curved wall of the hall, there's a dining area that oozes glamour.

From the dining zone you can swish into the kitchen area that has an integrated breakfast bar as part of its island unit.

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The lack of sharp corners and hard angles in this very sociable open-plan space is visually appealing with the curves gently guide the eye through the whole area.

Maybe the ultimate in curved areas in this home is waiting to be discovered in the far corner of the kitchen – except it's not a corner, it's a circular tower.

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The kitchen flows into a lovely reading nook – a lounging area that can boast a wall of bifold doors that open out onto the patio, lawn, and thoroughly absorbing landscape views beyond.

Into the sitting room, and this space feels more intimate than the vast kitchen diner next door – even though it is spacious.

In here, the super-stylish furniture nestles around the fireplace that in turn nestles into the curved wall to emphasise that it is indeed the main focal point of the room.

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The ground floor also boasts a gym, a study/home office, and a handy storeroom so practical as well as pretty is prevalent at this house.

Onto the first floor of the house.

There's a bedroom at the front of the house, above the hall, that can take the lack of angles to the next level – even the en-suite has a wall that bends and flows as well as the water from the shower head.

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This lucky bedroom has the semi-circular balcony that overlooks the front rural aspect of the house as an added extra.

Above the sitting room is a three-space bedroom suite with a dressing room leading to an en-suite plus a private balcony and the shared curved wall with the sitting room below.

In another bedroom, the en-suite makes it stand out from the others – it's built within the infamous castle-like tower, making it perfectly round.

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The next bedroom along the landing has had double-height windows installed that run down the sloping roof and then down the wall opposite the bed.

Next to this delightful bedroom is an extra shower room and a first-floor laundry room.

And so once more to an exciting climb of the staircase, still sweeping and still looking sensational, up to the top floor.

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Both the bedroom and the extra lounge found within this duo of rooms that are nestled into the loft space have a glorious double-height vaulted ceiling as well as a triangular window that stretches up into the apex of the roof line.

This dream home with a design to enthrall and interiors to inspire is on the market for offers in excess of £700,000 with West Wales Properties. Call their Carmarthen branch on 01267 236655 to find out more.

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