Aurfryn , Beulah Road, Bryngwyn, Newcastle Emlyn, Ceredigion. SA38 9QA

£440,000 5 bedrooms 3 bathrooms

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Dining RoomDining Room
HallHall
Sitting roomSitting room
StudyStudy
Sun RoomSun Room
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Bedroom 1 Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3Bedroom 3
Bedroom 4Bedroom 4
BathroomBathroom
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  • Well presented 4 bed character detached house
  • Separate 1 bed cottage with full residential permission
  • Approx. 5 acres of flat pasture land
  • Useful outbuildings inc. static caravan
  • Large, organic vegetable plot
  • In all, approx. 6.5 acres
  • Short drive to the coast
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Aurfryn comprises an extremely well-presented 4 bed, character, detached family home together with a separate 1 bed cottage, barn and static caravan. These lie in extensive gardens of approaching 1.5 acres. Beyond the gardens is a flat meadow of some 5 acres.

The property lends itself to a range of uses. Currently it provides 2 homes for an extended family. It is ideal for this as the cottage has full residential permission. However, it would equally be suited to use for letting, either long-term or for holidays, if preferred: thus giving the opportunity for an income. The static caravan at the property has been used for over-spill accommodation and for storage, but here again is the potential for a change of use, if desired (subject to consent). The gardens and land are currently used for the enjoyment of the family. However, the productive vegetable and fruit gardens could be developed and the property might lend itself to a small-scale market garden. Alternatively, a purchaser might decide to explore the idea of creating a small campsite on the meadow. There is plenty of opportunity here.

The main house provides good-sized family accommodation, briefly comprising a Kitchen, Cloakroom, Dining Room, Sitting Room, Study and Sun Room on the ground floor with 4 Bedrooms, a Shower Room and a Bathroom on the first floor. The property benefits from double glazing and from oil-fired central heating.

The cottage is a recent barn conversion and provides comfortable, self-contained accommodation, briefly comprising a Shower Room, Dining Room, Kitchen and Bedroom on the ground floor, with a large open-plan Living Room on the first floor. This, too, benefits from double glazing and oil-fired central heating.

The whole is situated at the edge of the village on the B4333. It is on the bus route for school buses and is just 4 or 5 miles from the bustling market town of Newcastle Emlyn in one direction and the beautiful Cardigan Bay coastline in the other. The main route from Pembrokeshire to Aberystwyth (the A487) is also within easy reach. Consequently, there is easy access to all local amenities.

Room details

The House

Rear Hall
Quarry tiled floor; radiator

Cloak Room
WC; wash hand basin; part tiled walls; quarry tiled floor; loft access

Inner Hall
Quarry tiled floor

Kitchen 18' 10" x 10' 0" Max
Range of white wall and base units; one and a half bowl stainless steel sink; plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher; eye level electric oven; LPG hob; built-in larder; radiator; quarry tiled floor; 1 window to rear and 2 to side;
tiled splashbacks

Dining Room 17' 3" x 13' 1"
Wood burning stove in stone chimney on slate hearth; cupboard to side housing oil-fired combi boiler; red and black quarry tiled floor; window to rear and 2 to side; radiator

Hall
Patterned tiled floor; understair storage; radiator; ceiling rose; stairs to front landing

Sitting room 14' 9" x 11' 4"
Open fire in decorative marble surround with slate hearth; plaster ceiling rose; window to front with storage window seat; window to side; radiator

Study 13' 1" x 11' 4"
Window to front and side; plaster ceiling rose; radiator; fitted mirror-fronted cupboards along one wall

Sun Room 25' 7" x 5' 11"
Windows to 3 sides; red, black and yellow quarry tiled floor; radiator

First Floor

Front Landing
Loft access

Bedroom 1 13' 7" x 11' 10" Max
Window to front and side; built-in wardrobes; 2 radiators

Shower Room
WC; wash hand basin; large shower cubicle with electric shower; stained wood floor; window to front; radiator

Bedroom 2 14' 9" x 12' 4" Max
2 radiators; window to front and side

Rear Landing
Large walk-in cupboard

Bedroom 3 9' 10" x 8' 10"
Window to side; radiator

Bedroom 4 9' 10" x 8' 4"
Window to side; radiator

Bathroom
3 steps lead from the rear landing down to the Bathroom: white 3 piece bathroom suite; tiled splashbacks; window to rear; radiator;

The Cottage
The cottage is a barn conversion and sits on the opposite side of the drive from the house. It has its own parking space and has a small but private rear garden.

Shower Room
Corner shower cubicle with electric shower; WC; wash hand basin; part tiled walls; radiator

Diner 17' 9" Max x 13' 9" Max
'L' Shaped room with window to front and rear; radiator; understair cupboard; stairs to first floor

Kitchenette 9' 10" x 5' 11"
Range of white wall and base units; one and a half bowl stainless steel sink; plumbing for washing machine; LPG hob; eye level electric oven; oil-fired central heating boiler; radiator; part tiled walls; quarry tiled floor; window to rear; rear door

Bedroom 13' 11" x 7' 9"
2 windows to front, one full length; radiator

First Floor

Living Room 24' 7" x 13' 9"
Exposed A frames; wood floor; 3 windows to front, 1 to each end and 1 to rear; 2 radiators

EXTERNALLY.
The property is approached via an entrance from the road. There is plenty of parking and turning space between the house and the cottage.

Gardens
The gardens to the main house lie to the front and side. These are laid mainly to lawn with some mature trees and shrubs. Alongside the front garden is a productive vegetable garden. Next to this is a new copse and a further lawned garden which includes a soft fruit cage, a small wildlife pond, GREENHOUSE and SHED. There is a mixture of cultivated gardens and areas left as habitat for wildlife. There is a wealth of wild flowers and birds at the property.

The cottage has a small private garden to the rear and its own parking space. This garden is mainly lawn with some mature hedging.

The Outbuildings
Beyond the house and cottage are the buildings:

Attached to the Cottage is a single GARAGE, 5m x 5.45m (16'5" x 17'10") [measured externally]
To the side of the cottage is a block built BARN with corrugated roof and double doors to one end.
Behind the barn is a wooden SHED.
To the side of the house is a STATIC CARAVAN with electricity, water and drainage connected. This sits within its own garden area.

The Land
The land lies beyond the buildings. This is one paddock of flat grazing land and extends to approximately 5 acres. The entire property extends to approximately 6.5 acres.

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