Delfryn , Blaencwrt, Llanwnnen, Lampeter, Ceredigion. SA48 7LW
£335,000 3 bedrooms
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- Appealing character 2 / 3 bed period cottage
- Beautifully presented throughout.
- Tastefully and comprehensively restored
- 0.5 acre of gardens
- Detached stone Studio - ideal holiday let (subject to consents)
- Rural location
- Fine, far-reaching views over open country.
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- Style Detached
A most appealing, tastefully and comprehensively restored period 2 / 3 bed country cottage together with annexe / studio and large mature, well-stocked gardens of approx 0.5 acre including a productive vegetable garden. Set in a rural hamlet and enjoys wonderful far-reaching views.
The studio would be ideal for use as a quirky holiday let (subject to consents), or for overspill accommodation or for a workshop / studio, as preferred.
The house provides comfortable accommodation briefly comprising a Kitchen / Dining Room, Living Room and Study / Bedroom 3 on the ground floor, with 2 Bedrooms and a Bathroom on the first floor. It benefits from double glazing and oil-fired heating. There are a wealth of character features including exposed ceiling beams, slate hearths, exposed stone walls etc.
The property is located within the hamlet of Blaencwrt, near Cwrtnewydd. It is about 5 miles from the university town of Lampeter and about 14 miles from the Cardigan Bay coast at Aberaeron.
Kitchen / Dining Room 21' 6" x 8' 0"
Red quarry tiled floor; tiled splashbacks; window to rear and side; door to side; electric panel heater; exposed ceiling timbers; oil-fired Rayburn serving hot water and heating; plumbing for washing machine; range of base units with work surfaces over; matching wall units with concealed lighting; brand new built-in electric oven and hob with extractor hood over.
Living Room 14' 1" x 14' 4"
Multi-fuel stove on slate hearth with timber surround; exposed ceiling timbers; stairs to first floor; 2 radiators; window and door to front; original panelled walls.
Study / Bedroom 14' 1" x 7' 8"
Multi-fuel stove on slate hearth; radiator; window to front; exposed ceiling timbers; original panelled walls.
Window to rear with beautiful views over the garden; loft access; original panelled walls and panelled ceiling.
Bedroom 1 14' 3" x 7' 6"
Window to front with far-reaching views over open countryside; radiator; original panelled ceiling.
Bedroom 2 14' 5" Max x 7' 9" Max
L shaped room; 2 windows to front with far-reaching views over open countryside; radiator; original panelled ceiling.
Bathroom 8' 8" x 5' 11"
Window to rear with beautiful views over the garden; Vinyl tile-effect flooring; tiled splashbacks; white WC and wash hand basin; shower cubicle with Mira power shower; radiator/heated towel rail; airing cupboard; original panelled ceiling.
The Studio 15' 11" Max x 11' 4" Max
This stone building would lend itself to conversion for a quirky holiday let (subject to consents). Alternatively, it is ideal for overspill accommodation or for use as a studio / work room.
It comprises one main room on the ground floor of 4.85m x 3.45m max). In one corner is a Shower Room with WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle with electric shower. A wrought iron spiral staircase gives access to a small mezzanine (1.33m x 4.8m). This has reduced ceiling height but is ideal as a small sleeping platform or as a storage area.
The property sits alongside a quiet, rural road. To the front of the house is an enclosed low maintenance garden with a pedestrian gate to the road.
There is a further pedestrian gate by The Studio.
Double gates give access to the graveled parking area. Here, there is space for several cars to park and turn.
Next to the house is a timber Shed, divided into 2 sections, with light and power connected.
The property enjoys extensive gardens. There is a large vegetable / fruit area with raised beds, polytunnel and greenhouse. Plenty of space for a step towards self-sufficiency.
The majority of the rest of the gardens are laid to lawns with large numbers of flower borders, shrubs and trees. There is a range of well established planting, giving interest and colour throughout the year. There are paths and seating areas.
To the rear boundary is a bank. This has been left less cultivated than the rest of the gardens to give a home to wild life and wild flowers.
Within the garden is a good sized Workshop / Store with Log Store attached and a small shed (former privy?)
There are far-reaching views across the valley from the top of the garden.
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