Tanrallt Isaf , Blaencaron, Tregaron, Ceredigion. SY25 6HL
£435,000 3 bedrooms
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- Charming and characterful, renovated 3 bed cottage
- Attached two storey stone barn in excellent condition
- Approx. 18 acres of land with frontage on a small river
- Large gardens with orchards, soft fruit and productive vegetable garden
- Very quiet and tranquil location
- No near neighbours
- South facing with fine views over open country
- Just a mile from the small town of Tregaron
- Potential to purchase a smaller acreage if preferred
Tanrallt Isaf is a delightful, renovated 3 bed cottage set in approx. 18 acres. The cottage retains plenty of character and original features have been maintained wherever possible. It has an attached stone barn in excellent condition with conversion potential if desired (subject to consent).
The land includes large gardens and clean pasture. There are mature fruit and vegetable gardens with poly-tunnel and greenhouses, young and mature orchards and organically managed pastureland. The land also benefits from part river frontage.
The whole is set off a quiet, no-through road with no near neighbours. It is south facing with views across the valley. The owners have made use of the location by installing solar hot water. It is also ideal for solar panels for those wanting to go further.
Please note that a footpath crosses part of the land.
Conservatory 13' 1" x 5' 11"
Wall mounted electric heater; Tiled floor; Double doors to front.
Living Room 14' 5" x 13' 5"
Wood burning stove (with back boiler) set in stone and slate fireplace; Beamed ceiling; Under stairs cupboard; Built-in airing cupboard; French windows to conservatory.
Stairs rise; Door to front.
Study 14' 5" x 6' 5"
Open fire with ornate metal surround (lined chimney) and slate hearth; Beamed ceiling; Storage heater; Window to front.
Kitchen/Diner 21' 8" x 9' 4"
Range of fitted natural wood base and wall units; LPG hob with electric oven below and extractor over; Plumbing for dishwasher; Integral fridge; 1 1/2 bowl resin sink; Tiled splash backs; Tiled floor; Vaulted ceiling with roof lights; Storage heater plus radiator; Window to rear plus fully glazed end wall with door to patio / garden.
Rear Lobby 9' 6" Max x 8' 10"
Fitted base and wall units; Tiled floor; Roof light; Access to loft room.
Utility Room / Cloakroom 8' 6" x 8' 6"
Plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer; Fitted cupboard to wall; WC; Shower cubicle; Tiled splash backs; Tiled floor; Storage heater; Window to side.
Rear Entrance Hall
Beamed ceiling; Door to front.
Bedroom 3 14' 1" x 8' 8" Max
Built-in cupboard to one end (housing water filters etc.); Storage heater; Window to front and side.
Bedroom 1 12' 6" x 7' 1"
Built-in wardrobes to one end; Radiator; Window to front.
Bedroom 2 16' 5" x 9' 4"
Exposed 'A' frame timbers; Radiator; Two windows to front.
WC vanity basin and bath in white; Tiled splash backs; Exposed 'A' frame timbers; Exposed wood flooring; Heated towel rail; Roof light.
Please note that the two radiators and heated towel rail upstairs and the radiator in the kitchen are run from the wood burning stove in the living room.
Loft 12' 0" x 11' 6"
Window to side.
This loft room has head height in the middle, but has sloping ceiling to the sides. It is accessed through a small door approached via a ladder from the lobby.
The property is approached from a no-through road via a hardcore driveway which brings you into a parking and turning area to the front and side of the house. The driveway continues along the front of the house and barn to a car port at the far end of the property.
The house itself sits below the road level in a private spot.
Across the road from the house is a mature wood, there are no near neighbours.
Attached to the house is a two storey stone barn in excellent condition. The current owners use this primarily as storage and workshop space but it would, subject to consent, make an excellent conversion to further accommodation, office or studio space etc. The barn is divided into two. One section measuring approx. 7.4m x 4.5m (24'3 x 14'9) has a loft over. The other section, measuring 4.45m x 4.5m (14'7 x 14'9) has vaulted roof space. Power and water are connected.
On the end of the barn is a lean-to greenhouse measuring 14' x 8'.
Beyond the greenhouse is a freestanding car port measuring 18' x 15'.
To the front of the house is a large, sheltered area of garden. This includes a number of fruit trees, young and old, soft fruit bushes, a greenhouse and asparagus beds as well as lawns.
To the rear of the house running up to the boundary with the road are further areas of garden laid in the main to grass.
To the far side of the driveway is a further large garden area. This is laid to grass but includes a large, fenced vegetable garden. The vegetable garden includes a 30' x 15' poly-tunnel and a number of vegetable and soft fruit beds.
The land sits on three sides of the property. There are a number of flat and gently sloping enclosures which have been managed without chemicals for many years now. Currently, the owners allow a neighbouring farmer to graze his sheep and cows on them.
Within the land there are three or four coppices of mixed woodland.
A small river, the Groes, runs through the land. The property includes land on both sides of the river for much of the length within its boundaries.
In total, the whole smallholding extends to 17.97 acres.
It is a registered holding, its CPH number is SS/241/0018.
The owners would be prepared to sell the property with a smaller acreage, if preferred.
Please note that a footpath runs down the driveway and then turns east away from the house and crosses the land.
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