The principle house is a period house, built of stone and rendered under a slate roof. The property has undergone a sympathetic renovation programme to keep the character and provide a home with all modern conveniences. The inviting living room with stone walls and fireplace having the welcoming wood burner gives a lasting impression as you enter this delightful house. Having a separate sitting room and large kitchen dining room together with a feature sun lounge there is plenty of room to entertain in this property let alone the 4 spacious bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Towyn Hall main house is currently a holiday let with a excellent letting income through Sykes cottages.
via a half glazed composite door with leaded panels to
4.57m x 4.32m
An attractive and characterful room with a feature pointed stone wall with inset multi fuel stove, deep set window and an oak effect floor.
4.55m x 2.62m
This could also double up as the essential home office required today with a feature stone wall with display alcove and a decorative open fireplace. Matching wood effect flooring and a deep set window.
with stairs to first floor. Built in Cloaks cupboard and a door to the rear garden. Matching wood effect flooring.
with a tiled floor, toilet and wash hand basin, plumbing for washing machine.
4.47m x 3.28m
fitted with an extensive range of base and wall units with solid oak doors, stainless steel sink, plumbed for dishwasher, space for American style fridge freezer, eye level double oven and a hob with extractor hood over. Breakfast bar and a picture window. Tiled floor.
4.39m x 2.62m
One of the best rooms in the house in our opinion, overlooking the rear garden with French doors for those al fresco evenings and skylight for extra light with a tiled floor and door to rear garden.
to spacious landing
3.28m x 2.64m
with built in triple wardrobes and a picture window looking over the rear garden.
shower room - with part tiled walls, toilet, built in cupboards with wash hand basin and a double shower with a direct feed overhead shower.
4.34m x 2.74m
with dual aspect windows enjoying distant sea views.
4.39m x 3.25m max
with dual aspect windows.
3.48m x 2.08m
front facing with access to the storage loft.
2.36m x 2.36m
with toilet, wash hand basin and bath with hand shower attachment. Built in linen cupboard and shelving.
TOWYN HALL COTTAGE
Tucked away literally down the garden path is a delightful detached cottage built in the 1980's in a modern style the cottage has also been completely renovated and offers the owner extra accommodation or a Letting property, This is completely self contained with its own central heating, services and council tax. It also has separate garden area to the rest of the property and also enjoys distant sea views.
SUN ROOM/DINING ROOM
3.25m x 2.97m
An attractive room to enter the property being light and airy via the large windows and sky light via with a tiled floor, fitted cupboards and housing the oil fired boiler. The double doors lead to the living room.
with under stairs storage.
2.92m x 1.78m
with modern fitted kitchen including stainless steel 1 1/2 bowl sink, Dishwasher, Oven and LPG Hob with extractor hood and an integrated microwave oven.
7.06m x 2.87m
with a wooden floor and double aspect windows.
to a small landing with a built in airing cupboard and over the stairs storage cupboard.
4.04m x 2.92m
with a picture window and a view out over New Quay town.
3.05m x 2.24m
3.12m x 2.90m l shaped
Fully tiled with a modern suite having bath with shower over, toilet, and vanity unit with wash basin.
The main house has lovely landscaped rear garden enclosed for privacy with a garden fence with decked terrace lawned area with fruit trees and mature flowing bushes
The cottage has a separate terrace area with raised timber decking garden.
COUNCIL TAX BANDS
From Aberaeron take the A487 Coast Road to Llanarth and turn off right by the Llanina
Arms for New Quay. Follow the road in to town and out the other side. Go up the hill past the car park on the left and the Penrhiwllan Pub on the Right. You will then see Towyn Hall on the left hand side in the middle of the first row of traditional houses on the left.
Agent Board outside
The house and cottage both have mains water, electric and drainage. Oil central heating and UPVc double glazing (new to front of main house) Telephone available and good mobile and broadband signals.