2 bedroom period cottage circa 1830, 9 acres of land or thereabouts with useful outbuildings including home dairy and butchery
In very secluded position yet not remote being on the edge of the village community of Penuwch and within walking distance of two pubs/eateries and church
Approximately 6 miles from the market town of Tregaron, 7 miles from the Cardigan Bay coast, 10 miles from the picturesque Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron. Some 30 minutes drive from the university towns of Lampeter and Aberystwyth.
The property has undergone a modernisation programme in early 1970s and has been sympathetically improved to provide the occupants with the benefits of 21st century living whilst still retaining its period charm.
Porch / Welly Room
with door through to utility that currently houses freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Double glazed door off Porch/Welly Room leading through to hallway with bathroom on the left and doorway to access main living area at the top of hall.
Low-level WC, washbasin and bath with overhead shower.
Open plan lounge, dining area and kitchen
Sociable area with feature stone inglenook fireplace and multi-fuel/ wood-burning stove. Beamed ceilings (approx 7 foot ceiling height) with recessed large bay window to the front and smaller window to the side of the property. The ground floor is tiled throughout with staircase leading to:
Landing area with fitted carpet having useful fitted storage cupboard for bed linen / towels together with built-in bookcase accessed via staircase. Doors leading to bedrooms 1 and 2.
Bedroom 1 (en suite)
Space for double bed, fitted carpets, single fitted wardrobe and feature stone plinth. Double glazed window to front having commanding views over the mountains and surrounding countryside.
- Door providing access to en-suite shower room with cubicle, oak-effect washstand and basin, low level WC
- Velux window
- Door off giving access to additional loft storage area
Space for double bed, fitted carpets, double fitted wardrobe. Double glazed window to front having commanding views over the mountains and surrounding countryside.
Door leading to room off that is currently used as
but could equally serve as dressing room. Wooden flooring with Velux window overhead. Door off giving access to additional loft storage area / hot water tank (immersion heater).
Large gravelled turning area
- parking for multiple vehicles
- open-fronted garage with overhead storage facility
- access to private easily maintained terraced gardens, greenhouse, polytunnel, patio / BBQ area and summerhouse with commanding views
is divided up into several mostly level paddocks that are secured with stock fencing which includes an area set aside for growing fruit and vegetables.
Range of very useful stock buildings
- with concrete yarded area for winter management
- home butchery
The property is Freehold and has the benefit of electricity, telephone (with fibre broadband connection), mains water and drainage by septic tank.
Current Council Tax Band D
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