Rhoshill, Llangybi, Lampeter, Ceredigion. SA48

£270,000 5 bedrooms

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  • 4 / 5 bed farmhouse
  • Approx. 3 acres of organic land
  • Static caravan within the grounds
  • Rural location
  • Local village has a shop and a school
  • Potential to purchase an additional 3 acres
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Traditional 4 / 5 bed house in a rural location with approx. 3 acres of land which has been organically managed for some years now. The land is divided between clean, bio-diverse hay meadow with a large area cultivated as a vegetable garden with poly-tunnel.
The property includes a static caravan which is currently used as extended living space by the family. There is also a barn attached to the main house with mains electricity and water / drainage connected. This might be suitable for extending into should more accommodation be required (and subject to consent).
The property sits outside a village which offers a shop and a primary school (recently recieving an excellent Iestyn report). The university and market town of Lampeter is just a few miles away.

Room details

Utility/Boot Room 9' 2" x 5' 3"
Houses central heating boiler. Window to front and rear.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room 16' 5" x 13' 0"
Range of fitted base and wall units; Stainless steel sink; Plumbing for washing machine; Electric / LPG cooker point; Tiled spalsh backs; Tiled floor; Window to front and side; Radiator

Bedroom / Dining Room 12' 8" x 12' 0"
Patio doors to the rear garden; Window to both sides; Radiator

Living Room 21' 6" x 14' 3"
Inset multi-fuel stove in brick chimney breat; Beamed ceiling; Stairs rise; Two windows to front; Two windows to rear; Two radiators

First Floor

Window to rear

Bedroom 1 12' 10" x 12' 6"
Window to rear and side; Radiator

Bedroom 2 16' 3" Max x 12' 10" Max
'L' shaped room; Window to front and side; Loft hatch

Bedroom 3 11' 6" x 8' 10"
Window to front. There is a large alcove to one wall which currently houses a freestanding wardrobe

Bedroom 4 9' 4" x 5' 9"
Radiator; Window to front.

Three piece white bathroon suite; Shower over bath; Part-tiled walls; Radiator; Window to rear

The property sits beside a single track country road. To one end of the house is an area of off-road parking suitable for two or three vehicles. From here, a gate leads in to the door to the side of the house.

To the rear of the property is a garden which is laid mainly to lawn. There is access from the road into the rear garden and to the outbuilding. This is a shared access to the neighbour's land beyond the garden.

Also, within the garden, there is a static caravan which is currently home to extended family.

The outbuilding is of block and corrugated construction. To one end there is an outside cloak room with WC and basin.

The remainder is divided into animal pens and storage. It measures approx, 11m x 6m internally (36' x 20'). It has power connected.

The Land
The land lies across the lane, directly opposite the house. There is one enclosure of approximately 3 acres. It has been organically managed for several years but is not registered as organic.

The field has a good hard core base at the entrance, ideal for parking vehicles / trailers. Within the field, the current owners have developed a productive fruit and vegetable plot with a number of raised beds plus a good-sized poly tunnels (approx' 36' x 14').

There is also a small poultry run.

The remainder of the field is bio-diverse hay meadow (approx. 70 plant species) with many improvements having been made to drainage over recent years. The hay is currently sold once a year but this would also make good grazing land. There is a wildlife pond and approx. 1/2 an acre of young hazel coppice and other native trees including; wild pear, apple and cherry in preparation for planting a mixed orchard.

An additional adjoining 3 acre field can be purchased by separate negotiation

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