** Delightful Grade II Listed Coastal Cottage set in approx 0.4 of an acre
** A Gem of a Coastal Cottage with Sea Views
** Literally a Stones Throw from the Beach!
Superbly positioned in a coastal location tucked away and close to the sea front in the pretty village of Aberarth. only 1 mile from the destination Harbour Town of Aberaeron.
Aberaeron is renowned for its pretty Georgina houses over looking the harbour and around Alban Square and has many popular restaurants cafes hotels and shops. The Property is well positioned being away from the crowds and located at the end of a meandering lane. The property is crossed by a footpath leading to the adjoining property.
A delightful coastal gem, this unspoilt Grade II Listed cottage offer comfortable and characterful accommodation, literally in a stones throw of the sea in an elevated position bordering a pretty rambling river that meets the sea close by and within a few yards of the sea shore. This would be the ideal property for an artist or those seeking inspiration and from where superb sunsets can be seen. The property offers 2/3 bedroomed accommodation with a host of original features being virtually un spoilt, with 2 cosy and welcoming wood burners. The property has large cottage style gardens with raised vegetable beds and grassed area boarding the river Arth with private off road parking and being located at the termination of a pretty meandering lane. The property affords more particularly the following accommodation:
Front Central Reception Door
Quarry tiled floor
3.81m x 3.58m (12'6 x 11'9)
A characterful room with exposed stone walling and part tongue and grove walling, exposed beamed ceiling, feature fireplace with wood burning stove inset, front window.
Kitchen / Dining Room
5.49m x 4.11m (18' x 13'6)
Truly the heart of the home with again a characterful room with quarry tile floor, recessed glazed display cupboard, range of timber custom made kitchen units incorporating single drainer sink unit, Lpg & electric range with cooker hood over, beamed ceiling, feature fireplace with wood burning stove inset.
Rear Utility Room
3.86m x 2.54m max (12'8 x 8'4 max)
Previously utilised as a dark room with quarry tiled floor, Belfast sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine, fitted shelves.
With original Georgian style staircase to
With access to loft
4.14m x 3.68m (13'7 x 12'1)
Rear Window with direct sea views, radiator, 2 built-in wardrobes.
With Built-in storage cupboard, wash hand basin, toilet, bath, heated towel rail, radiator, front window
3.53m x 3.05m (11'7 x 10)
Feature fire place with tiled inset, front window.
Rear Bedroom 3 / Studio / Dressing Room
4.09m x 2.74m (max) (13'5 x 9' (max))
With 2 large Velux room windows, tongue and groove cladding.
The appeal of this property starts from the approach down a narrow meandering lane terminating at the property although a footpath benefits the adjoining property crossing the front of the cottage. The property has a gated entrance with private off road parking, with an extensive grassed garden area in a cottage style with Summer House and garden Workshop, raised vegetable beds, delightfully situated adjoining the river Arth. Raised steps leading up to the actual cottage with adjoining external workshop and toilet.
We are informed the property benefits from connection to mains water, mains electricity, mains drainage
Grade II Listing
The property is Grade II listed with the adj. cottage Manteg as "A mid 19 centaury pair of well proportioned houses forming a short terrace, colour wash and whitewash rubble stone with slate roof a 3 stone stacks, 2 storey five window range. Clifton is a 3 window range with rich stat between 2nd and 3rd bay colour wash front and paint stucco flanking strips. Manteg has 2 window range white wash and right end added lean-two, hornless 12 pane sashes. Clifton has centre 3 panel door with over light. Manteg door in left bay with 3 pane over light. A little altered pair of regional Georgian style houses, the position of the chimney stacks suggests that possibly Clifton was once 2 houses"
Copies of the listing are available on request.
From Aberaeron take the A487 North to Aberarth, on entering the village take the first left hand turn, continue down the lane turning right in front of the village hall. Follow the road down to the chapel, turning left therafer (i.e Carrying stright on) and follow the narrow lane round to the left the property can be found at the termination of the lane.