Morawel , Plwmp, Ceredigion. SA44 6HJ

£285,000 4 bedrooms

The WoodlandThe Woodland
KitchenKitchen
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LoungeLounge
Kitchen / Breakfast RoomKitchen / Breakfast Room
Dining RoomDining Room
Living RoomLiving Room
Bedroom 1 Bedroom 1
Bedroom 1 Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2Bedroom 2
BathroomBathroom
BathroomBathroom
ExternallyExternally
The LandThe Land
The LandThe Land
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  • 3 / 4 bed period house
  • Many original features
  • Approx 0.5 acre of woodland
  • Sea views
  • Easy reach of Cardigan Bay coastline
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Morawel is a detached house, built in the 1920s. It offers good sized 3 / 4 bed accommodation over 2 floors. It retains the character of a period property such as natural wood flooring, sash windows, cast-iron fireplaces etc but was sympathetically renovated approximately 16 years ago when it was re-roofed; re-wired and re-rendered. At this point the guttering and chimney stack on the extension were renewed. The property benefits from an oil-fired central heating system. The house is set back slightly from the road, with a mature hedge giving a sense of privacy. It is set in approaching 0.5 acre of gardens and woodland.

The accommodation briefly comprises a Hall, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen / Breakfast Room and Utility Room on the ground floor, with a Landing, Bathroom, 3 Bedrooms and a Box Room on the first floor. The rooms have high ceilings and the rooms at the front are dual aspect, so there is a feeling of light and space. There are sea views from Bedroom 2.

The property is situated in the village of Plwmp which benefits from a Village Shop / Post Office. It is approximately 13 miles from Cardigan, 16 miles from Lampeter and 25 miles from the administrative town of Aberystwyth. Beautiful beaches such as Tresaith, Penbryn, Llangrannog, Cwmtydu and New Quay are all just a 15 - 20 minute drive away and it's only about 10 miles to the popular harbour town of Aberaeron.

Room details

Hall
Front door with stained glass detail and transom over; radiator; stripped wood flooring; dado rail; stairs to first floor

Living Room 14' 3" Min x 11' 6"
Bay window to front; window to side with natural wood sill; radiator; J├┤tul 400 multi fuel stove on tiled hearth; stripped wood flooring

Dining Room 14' 3" Min x 10' 0"
Bay window to front; window to side with natural wood sill; cast iron fireplace with tiled surround on tiled hearth; stripped wood flooring; radiator

Kitchen / Breakfast Room 13' 5" x 10' 0"
Range of oak fronted base and wall units; integral fridge and freezer; built-in electric oven; LPG hob with extractor hood over; stainless steel sink unit; window and door to side; one exposed stone wall; radiator; original red quarry tiled flooring

Utility Room 12' 6" x 6' 1"
Base and wall units to match kitchen; stainless steel sink unit; tiled floor; washing machine and tumble drier; door and window to side; oil fired boiler for central heating and hot water; bead and butt panelled ceiling

Landing
Radiator; stripped wood flooring; loft access

Bedroom 1 14' 9" x 10' 6"
Window to front and side; stripped wood flooring; radiator; cast iron fireplace with timber surround on tiled hearth

Bedroom 2 14' 9" x 10' 0"
Window to front and side (with sea view); stripped wood flooring; radiator; cast iron fireplace with timber surround on tiled hearth; bead and butt panelled ceiling

Bedroom 3 10' 0" x 8' 6"
Window to side and rear; radiator; stripped wood flooring; loft access

Box Room / Bedroom 4 6' 9" x 4' 3"
Window to front

Bathroom
Window to side plus 2 rooflights; white bathroom suite comprising WC, pedestal basin and free-standing bath; separate shower cubicle; radiator and Victorian style towel rail/radiator; stripped wood flooring; bead and butt panelled ceiling

Externally
The property is set back slightly from the A487 and is screened from it by a mature hedge. (The purchaser may wish to have the height of the hedge reduced to maximise the sea views from the bedrooms.) There is space for parking and turning to the front and side of the house.

To the left and rear of the house is a garden area. This provides a sheltered place to sit and is home to a small pond. To the right of the house is an enclosed lawn with mature shrubs.

The majority of the land lies to the rear of the house. This has been planted with a mixture of broadleaf trees, including field maple, Norway maple, chestnut, oak, lime, hornbeam, alder and hawthorn. The trees have been thinned out recently to reduce the canopy and this will bring extra light in for the bluebells etc. beneath.

To the rear of the woodland is a hard surfaced parking area for several vehicles. This has a gated vehicular access from the minor road behind.

There is a single GARAGE, currently used as a workshop, with power connected to the side of the house. Behind the garage, in the woodland, is a timber SHED which has light and power connected.

The entire property extends to a little under half an acre.

We are advised that there was once outline planning permission for a dwelling on the land. This has now lapsed and the land has been planted with trees.

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