Looking for the ideal county / coastal property then look at this !
** 5.85 Acres ** 5 Bed Renovated House ** Sea Views ** Barn for conversion**
A stunningly renovated 5 bedroom gentleman's residence offering characterful yet comfortable accommodation with oil fired central heating, Upvc double glazing, large loft ideal for conversion for family use or a home office set up, and large attractive gardens. The property has income potential with a detached stone and slate outbuilding ripe for conversion into a holiday let and 3 well drained paddocks the whole enjoying sea views, only approximately 1.5 miles from Llangrannog in this popular coastal region.
An imposing property built in originally 1881 and historically we understand having been a sea captains house, this substantially built property has undergone a sympathetic but significant scheme of renovation by the current vendors to exacting standards and is indeed a credit to them.
The property has undergone extensive works which include re wiring throughout, a new efficient Worcester oil fired heating system installed with traditional retro fit styled radiators and now provides the following appealing accommodation, which can only really be fully appreciated of an internal inspection.
Llangrannog only a short distance away is a small but stunning village – famous for its beautiful beach ,the legend of Carreg Bica and views out from the headland of Ynys Lochtyn.
The village boast two public houses, a shop, and cafes/takeaways. It has an active community, a yearly mini Welsh music festival as well as a range of entertainment hosted by either pub. The coastal path can be further explored onward towards Aberporth, Tresaith, Penbryn, Mwnt and Cwmtydu – taking in the glorious Welsh coastline as you walk.
Cardigan is only a 20 minute drive away and has a thriving high street of independent shops and a Tesco and Aldi supermarket.
Original Front Entrance Door
With rounded fan light over leading to.
4.88m x 1.85m (16' x 6'1)
Having mosaic tiled floor, original ceiling cornice and covings.
Reception Room 1
4.42m x 3.96m (14'6 x 13')
With feature fireplace on a slate tiled hearth with attractive multi fuel stove, double aspect windows.
Good Size Kitchen / Dining Room / Living Room
7.32m x 3.96m (24' x 13')
Previously 2 rooms now providing a lovely open plan space ideal for entertaining with attractive slate flooring, feature fireplace (not operational) with slate hearth and oak mantel, bespoke fitted kitchen units at wall and base level providing plenty of storage with large central island, 4 ring induction hob with extractor hood over, eye level double oven, fridge space, sink unit with dishwasher space and side storage cupboards with wiring for internal power points should you wish to provide any further appliances. Feature lighting.
Reception Room 2
3.68m x 2.84m (12'1 x 9'4)
This could be a ground floor 6th bedroom with the benefit of a ground floor Shower Room for those less able occupants. Victorian fireplace having tiled inset, rear window.
Currently utilised as a Boot – Cloakroom with UPVC windows and door to the rear entrance – stairs down to the cellar rooms.
Incorporating boiler room housing the Worcester oil fired boiled, rear entrance door, quarry tiled floor
2.18m x 2.13m (7'2 x 7')
With base unit incorporating sink unit, plumbing and space for washing machine and dish washer, slate tiled floor
2.13m x 2.21m (7' x 7'3)
With quarry tiled floor, corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin, toilet, heated towel rail.
In keeping with the period style of the house the property has an attractive galleried landing off the original staircase with the stairs continuing up to further loft accommodation.
There is an under stairs storage area off the landing
Front Bedroom 1
4.06m x 3.96m (13'4 x 13')
With double aspect windows, Victorian fireplace.
4.09m x 4.01m (13'5 x 13'2)
With double aspect windows – one with views out to the sea. Victorian fireplace
Rear Bedroom 3
3.99m x 3.07m (13'1 x 10'1)
With rear window and Victorian fireplace
Rear Bedroom 4
3.10m x 3.18m (10'2 x 10'5)
With rear window and Victorian fireplace
1.83m x 2.74m (6' x 9')
Window overlooking the front garden and set up as a work from home space by the current vendor
With feature window having attractive sea views, being used as a linen storage area but has potential for other uses. Sensor operated lighting.
Large Elegant Bathroom
4.34m x 3.05m (14'3 x 10')
A Large modern stylish room with Karndean flooring luxurious fittings, incorporating a wooden storage unit with mounted twin bowl sinks a demisting mirror with lighting and attractive mosaic splashback, toilet, contemporary free standing bath with waterfall tap, separate walk in large shower cubicle with thermostat shower, heated towel rail, spot lighting and extractor fan.
Stairs From landing To Loft Area
9.75m long overall (32' long overall)
This loft area has A frames and would make an ideal coversion prospect with original stairs in situ and the foresight of the current vendors having put in the provisions for plumbing and electric in readiness.
In our opinion would make an ideal Home Office / Study / Studio / Further Bedroom accommodation - the possibilities are endless.
The Basement Of The Property
A further rooms with
Cellar Room 1
4.04m x 3.71m (13'3 x 12'2)
Having external access and also access via stone steps down from the Inner Hallway. Flagstone floor, power, lighting and plumbing
Cellar Room 2
3.89m x 2.39m (12'9 x 7'10)
With Flagstone floor and slate slabs.
Rear Cellar Rooms
3.81m x 4.29m overall (12'6 x 14'1 overall)
Currently 3 rooms having lighting incorporating an external WC one of these rooms houses the central heating system which includes the pressurised hot water cylinder.
The basement has external access from the back of the property.
The property is approached by an attractive gated splayed entrance with feature timber gate having ship wheel inserted as a centre piece with gravel driveway, and parking for several vehicles, and level lawn area believed being originally a tennis court. There is a pedestrian side gate and an additional large side gate.
To the side of the house are gently sloping steps down which access the paddocks and also the orchard to the back of the house. Water taps.
Walled Rear Gardens Patio and BBQ Area
With storage unit with useful worktop, raised vegetable beds, good sized greenhouse, variety of fruit bushes, shrubs and flower beds. Small lawned area overlooking the orchard and paddocks with sea views.. Hard based paths leading away from the property and to the range of former farm buildings.
Range Of Former Farm Buildings
Being a part two storey part single storey pretty stone and slate range originally being Cart House, Stable and Cow Shed with adjoining Pig Sty, in our opinion right for conversion into holiday accommodation subject to obtaining necessary consents. Former hay barn, wood store.
Complementing the property are 3 different paddocks being level to gently sloping being laid to permanent pasture contained within mature hedging and fenced boundaries being an ideal compliment to this country property. The land has separate road side access through a five bar gate. There is a public footpath on the far boundary of the field away from the house, which is infrequently used.
We are informed the property benefits from connected to mains water, mains electricity, private drainage, oil fired central heating, telephone and broadband with fibre connected.
The property is best approached by taking the A487 from Aberaeron South, continue to the village of Brynhoffnant opposite the petrol station turn right down toward Llangrannog, proceed for approximately 1 mile taking the second right hand turning signposted Pontgarreg and the Urdd Camp continue along this road for approximately 0.5 mile and the property can be found on the left hand side as identified by the agents For Sale board.