A super example of a lovely restored cottage offering contemporary styled 3 bedroom accommodation that really does have to be inspected to be fully appreciated. The quality of the works carried out together with the size and character of the accommodation provides a distinctive home for the discerning purchaser. The luxurious Kitchen and Bathroom add to the appeal of this property together with spacious level gardens in a pretty edge of village location in semi rural surroundings.
4 miles to Lampeter and 8 miles to Aberaeron.
From Aberaeron take the A482 toward Lampeter at Temple Bar turn right on to the B4337 continue into the village of Cribyn and in the centre of the village take a right hand fork at a triangular junction in the road and continue down the hill taking the first left hand turning and Fronfallen can be found further along on the left hand side.
The property is located in a peaceful semi rural position on the edge of the popular village community of Cribyn with access to miles of pleasant walks along the meandering country lanes nearby. Lampeter is some 4 miles away offering a good range of everyday amenities with the destination harbour town of Aberaeron some 8 miles distance renowned for its harbour and coloured houses.
A traditionally built cottage that has been completely stripped back, restored and extended by the current vendors to provide appealing accommodation having been carried out tastefully and without sparing any expense. The property has benefit of LPG gas central heating and Upvc sash windows with good quality fittings throughout. To provide more particularly the following;
Via front door leading to Hallway
With tiled floor, radiator, access to understairs storage cupboard
4.29m x 3.84m max (14'1 x 12'7 max)
With feature fireplace having wood burning stove on a slate hearth, beamed ceiling, radiator, front window.
4.88m x 2.51m max 2.13m min (16' x 8'3 max 7' min)
In an open plan arrangement off the kitchen with a limestone tiled floor, beamed ceiling, radiator, front window.
4.67m x 4.11m (15'4 x 13'6)
A particularly attractive room with an extensive range of high quality kitchen units incorporating a central island all with oak work surfaces and with feature curved edged corners, ceramic single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer, dual fuel range with bespoke extractor hood over. The central island is an ideal location for those kitchen chats having the fridge/freezer and vegetable rack inset.
With patio doors to enclosed patio area
Rear entrance door
Having base units incorporating stainless steel bowl, plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for tumble drier. Built-in airing cupboard being shelved.
Being fully tiled with attractive contemporary styled vanity unit having mirror over, double shower enclosure, toilet, spot lighting, heated towel rail
Access via staircase from Hallway to feature Landing
A particularly attractive bathroom with part pine panel walls incorporating tiled surrounds including double shower enclosure with power shower and storage area to rear and contemporary tiled surrounds, roll top bath, his & her sink units set in a free standing timber washstand with attractive oak surface. heated towel rail
Rear Bedroom 1
4.70m x 3.84m (15'5 x 12'7)
Spotlighting, radiator, 2 rear windows
4.27m x 2.51m (14' x 8'3)
With strip pine floor, radiator, front and rear windows, feature painted walls
2.54m x 1.75m (8'4 x 5'9)
Front lawned garden with walled boundary, hard based driveway with ample parking for cars, trailer, caravan etc.
A private area to sit out and enjoy the alfresco summer evenings with rear sun terrace with patio slabs
We are informed the property is connected to mains water, mains electric and mains drainage. Gas central heating, Upvc Double glazing, BT telephone line and high speed fibre broadband available.
Ceredigion County Council - D