Penralltffynnon , Cwm Cou, Newcastle Emlyn, Ceredigion. SA38 9PR
£175,000 2 bedrooms
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- 2 bed timber bungalow
- Approx 7.2 acres in total
- In need of complete refurbishment
- Overgrown gardens and woodland
- Approx 2.5 acres pasture
- Private, secluded location
- A project, both inside and out!
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- Style Detached
This is a 2 bed timber bungalow dating from the early 1960s set on a concrete plinth. It appears structurally sound but is in need of refurbishment. It currently provides a large living / dining room, a kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. It has night storage heating and a woodburning stove.
The bungalow sits in gardens and woodland of about 4.5 acres. These gardens were once beautiful and contain a wealth of trees and shrubs. However, they have not been managed for some years and are now completely overgrown. This would be a fantastic opportunity for the keen gardener, but not a project for the fainthearted! Set down beneath the gardens is approx 2.5 acres of pasture.
The property enjoys a glorious location, private and secluded, surrounded by the beautiful Ceredigion countryside. It is just outside the village of Cwm Cou which benefits from a primary school and is only a 10 minute drive to the bustling market town of Newcastle Emlyn which has all the amenities one needs for day to day activities, including schools, post office, bank, leisure centre, cafés and swimming pool. It is just a short trip of perhaps 7 miles to Aberporth and Tresaith on the glorious Cardigan Bay coastline.
Front door to internal porch; built-in cupboard; loft access.
Bedroom 1 13' 7" x 11' 8"
Window to rear; night storage heater; 3 built-in wardrobes along one wall.
Bedroom 2 11' 8" x 7' 9"
Window to side; night storage heater; built-in wardrobe.
Bathroom 7' 9" x 5' 9"
White WC, wash hand basin and bath; window to front; heated towel rail; airing cupboard with shelving and immersion heater.
Living / Dining Room 19' 8" Max x 23' 9" Max
Patio doors and windows to rear; window to side and front; 3 night storage heaters; fitted cupboards and shelving; built-in cupboard; woodburning stove.
Kitchen 11' 8" x 7' 9"
Window to front and rear; door to garden room; stainless steel sink unit; plumbing for washing machine; 2 built-in larder cupboards.
A covered area, enclosed on 3 sides, adjacent to the house with access from the kitchen giving space to sit out in all weathers.
The property is approached via a driveway from the minor country lane. It enjoys a very private and secluded location, set in approximately 7.2 acres.
The majority of the land surrounds the house and is comprised of gardens and woodland. The previous owner had a passion for trees shrubs and plants and developed the gardens with a wide variety of species. Since then, the property has been neglected and the gardens are overgrown. A few paths give access enough to see that there is a delight waiting to be discovered for the discerning gardener.
Included in the sale is a collection of some 150 or so specialist horticultural and gardening books of particular relevance to Penralltffynnon's exotic woodland garden.
Within the grounds there is a mobile caravan, a green house, a log store and several sheds in various states of repair.
Approx. 2.5 acres of the land is fairly flat pasture. This is set down away from the house and gardens and is separated from it by a steep, overgrown bank. This has a stream along one boundary.
On the maps, a footpath appears to run through the property. However, there are no signs and anything there is overgrown and has been for some considerable time so any path, if it exists, can not have been used.
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