A delightful traditional small farm with a characterful and comfortable 3 bed farmhouse, useful range of traditional buildings including workshop, cowshed and hay barns and some 23 acres of land including some 6 acres of planted woodland.
Attractively positioned in rural surroundings straddling a quiet country lane approximately 4 miles form the traditional market town of Lampeter, 9 miles distance of the Georgian harbour and market town of Aberaeron
Attractively located in a peaceful locality straddling a quiet country lane and with no public rights of way affecting the land the property is in a popular location in Mid Ceredigion close to Lampeter which has a good range o f local amenities' and also some 9 miles from the West Wales coastline at Aberaeron.
The attraction of this property is the well maintained and characterful farmhouse offering unspoilt accommodation that has been preserved by the current ownres and is indeed a credit to them.
Of stone and slate construction with traditional sash windows to the front and double glazed windows to the rear with the benefit of wood burning stoves provides the following -
FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR to
quarry tile floor, access to understairs storage cupboard
4.37m x 2.59m (14'4" x 8'6")
with beamed ceiling, exposed timber floor, fire place
4.39m x 4.27m (14'5" x 14')
An attractive room with flag stone floor, fireplace having wood burning stove inset, beamed ceiling
FARMHOUSE STYL KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
6.25m x 1.98m (20'6" x 6'6")
with slate tile floor, solid fuel Rayburn range providing cooking facilities and with back boiler for domestic hot water water supplies, base units incorporating double drainer sink unit, lpg cooker point, fitted storage cupboards. Door to -
with bath, wash hand basin, toilet
SIDE UTILITY ROOM/BOOT ROOM
6.55m x 1.83m (21'6" x 6')
Quarry tile floor, fitted shelving, side entrance door
FIRST FLOOR - GALLERIED LANDING
with tongue and grooved panelled walls
4.37m x 2.64m (14'4" x 8'8")
including built-in wardrobes/airing cupboard
2.46m x 1.85m (8'1" x 6'1")
4.39m x 2.67m (14'5" x 8'9")
The property has a useful detached stone and cob built barn having been re-roofed, currently utilised as workshop, side corrugated iron outbuilding currently used by the vendors as a cinema room.
Detached brick built cowshed with adjoining dairy and wash room, covered loose box and tractor shed, 2 Dutch hay barns with leanto's.
A feature of this property is its traditional nature with attractive cottage style gardens leading on to a productive vegetable garden where the vendors have grown mostly all their own produce including a productive orchard area with traditional apple and pear trees, poly tunnel, an area that has to be seen to be fully appreciated.
Is divided by the 'C' class roadway with some 14 acres of land on the same side of the homestead all being laid to pasture in traditional fields with areas again used for vegetable growing and also being used by the current owners on a rotational corn crop in the traditional manner.
On the opposite side of the road is an area of 8 acres including two paddocks and approximately 6 acres of planted woodland, now coming in to harvesting production for fire wood.
We are informed the property benefits from mains connection to mains water, mains electricity, private drainage.
From the Lampeter/Aberaeron A482 road in Temple Bar take the B4337 towards Cribyn. After approximately 2 miles, on entering the village of Cribyn, take the 1st right hand turning, continue for approximately half a mile turning right again, continue along this lane for approximately 1 mile and the property can be found as identified by the agents for sale board.