Glanffynnon , Rhydowen, Llandysul, Ceredigion. SA44 4QD

£315,000 3 bedrooms

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  • Attractive detached 2-3 bed cottage
  • Set in approx. 4.8 acres
  • Ideally laid out for equestrian use
  • Timber outbuilding plus a small stone workshop
  • Static caravan
  • Newly fenced
  • Secure, shingled turnout area
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Glanffynnon comprises a traditional three bed, tastefully modernised cottage set in approx. 4.8 acres. The smallholding has an equestrian bias with an all weather turnout area and securely fenced paddocks. There is also a static caravan suitable for additional accommodation if provided with services which are not connected. Whilst around the house, there is plenty of garden offering lots of scope for the keen gardener to develop this further. In one corner of the garden, the old well provides a very pleasant feature.

There is plenty of parking space providing room for cars and a horse box or trailer as necessary.

The house itself is beautifully presented and still retains plenty of character.

A great smallholding in a rural location within easy reach of amenities for every day life.

Room details

Boot Room 8' 8" x 8' 2"
To the rear of the house, a useful space for coats and outdoor kit.

Utility Room 11' 2" x 7' 9"
Stainless steel sink; Plumbing for washing machine; Window to rear.

Shower Room
WC and Basin; Corner shower cubicle; Electric heater; Wood flooring; Window to rear.

Kitchen 13' 3" x 9' 6"
Range of custom made base and wall units; Beech work surfaces; 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink; Oil-fired range providing central heating and hot water; LPG cooker point with extractor above; Tiled splash backs; Tiled floor; Window to rear and side; Radiator.

Inner Hall

WC, basin and bath in white; Part tiled walls; Window to side; Electric heater.

Living Room 14' 9" x 9' 4"
Inset multi-fuel stove; Window to front and side; Radiator.

Under stairs cupboard: radiator.

Bedroom / Dining Room 13' 11" x 8' 0"
Open fireplace with functioning chimney; Radiator; Window to front.
Currently used as a bedroom, this room could equally be a dining room or study.

Conservatory 18' 4" x 10' 2"
Running across the front of the house, this is currently unheated and used in the summer as an additional reception room.

First Floor


Bedroom 2 13' 9" x 9' 4"
Radiator; Window to front.

Upstairs W/C
WC and basin; Window to front; Wooden flooring.

Bedroom 3 13' 9" x 8' 0"
Built-in airing cupboard; Radiator; Window to front.

The property is approached from a single track lane via a gated driveway. The driveway leads to the side of the house and provides plenty of off road parking.

To the side and rear of the house are formal garden areas with a variety of mature shrubs, lawns, vegetable beds etc. and a young orchard with a mix of fruit trees. To one corner of the orchard, to the rear of the garden is the old well. This could provide a private water supply if required and subject to testing.

Across the driveway from the house stands a Static Caravan which is used for overspill accommodation. It has 2 bedrooms and sleeps 8. Currently, it is not connected to services.

Beyond the caravan is another large area of garden which is laid to lawn and thus represents a blank canvas for anyone wanting to develop the gardens.

The Outbuildings
Tucked away to one side of the house is a small stone outbuilding, formerly a tannery. This is currently used as a Workshop and Store. It is believed that this was formerly used as accommodation!

To one side of the driveway stands a useful general purpose Timber Store. This measures approx. 8.5m x 2.4m (27'10 x 7'10). It is currently used to as a tack and carriage facility.

The Land
The land lies to the rear and to one side of the property. It comprises two well fenced enclosures of flat / gently sloping grazing plus an all weather turn out enclosure.

Much of the fencing has been very recently renewed.

The land is ideal for horses or other livestock. In all, the smallholding extends to approx. 4.8 acres. It is in a rural location and is easily maintained.

The town of Lampeter lies some 15 minutes away, the smaller town of Llandysul about 10 minutes away.

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