A pretty 3.5 acre residential smallholding with a charming and characterful 3/4 bedroom farmhouse with planning consent to add a substantial extension but together with attractive Oak framed garage and large range of workshops ideal for commercial use together with an attractive paddock in a pretty edge of village location enjoying views over the surrounding countryside.
The property is attractively positioned on the edge of a traditional pretty village of Cwrtnewydd being some 5 miles from Llanybydder, 6 miles from Lampeter and within a 20 minute drive of the Ceredigion Heritage Coastline at pretty seaside fishing village of New Quay and the destination harbour town of Aberaeron.
An attractive residential biased smallholding offering a pretty and characterful cottage style farmhouse having the benefit of planning permission approved for a substantial addition. The property which has the benefit of oil fired central heating, has many retained character features which has to be inspected to be fully appreciated. The accommodation provides the following
Front Entrance Door
Under stairs storage cupboard
4.62m x 4.39m (15'2 x 14'5)
With an attractive open fireplace with timber surround with a burning stove inset, beam ceiling, quarry tile flooring
Ground Floor Study / Bedroom 4
4.70m x 1.88m (15'5 x 6'2)
Radiator, double aspect windows
4.39m x 4.27m (14'5 x 14')
Off the main Hallway, with exposed stone walling and chimney breast having fireplace having wood burning stove inset, stripped Pine flooring, beamed ceiling, radiator, double aspect windows
5.28m x 2.24m (17'4 x 7'4)
Bespoke range of kitchen units, an attractive room with open vaulted ceiling having exposed beams and Velux roof windows to allow plenty of light, together with a rear window, ceramic 1 1/2 bowl sink unit with antique style mixer tap, fitted LPG and electric range, flagstone style flooring, pantry cupboard
3.45m x 2.54m (11'4 x 8'4)
With fitted cupboards having sink unit, plumbing space for automatic washing machine, oil fired central heating boiler, side entrance door
With original tongue and groove partitions, exposed roof timbers, access to loft space
3.71m x 3.40m (12'2 x 11'2)
Built-in wardrobes, original exposed A frames, stripped Pine flooring, radiator, front window
2.97m x 2.90m (9'9 x 9'6)
Built-in airing cupboard with copper cylinder having electric immersion heater, radiator
3.40m x 1.68m (11'2 x 5'6)
With exposed beams, radiator, front window
An attractively decorated room with feature ceramic sink set in a washstand, heated towel rail, double size shower enclosure
With toilet and wash hand basin
The property is approached initially by a shared driveway then with a private drive leading to a carport/garage. Gardens surround the property with attractive patio to the area to the rear, lawn and grassed areas.
Garage / Carport
5.49m x 8.53m overall (18' x 28' overall)
A pretty Oak framed garage with parking for 3 vehicles under a slated room.
Former Stone Coach House Range
Currently un-roofed but in our opinion offers significant potential (subject to any necessary consents)
The Out Buildings
The benefit to this property are the comprehensive range of outbuilding which have been used for workshop accommodation which we understand have commercial planning consent if required. These are also versatile and could be used for a range of purposes including stabling, animal housing if required. These do have independent access with parking areas away from the main house and provide the following:-
7.62m x 5.49m (25' x 18')
Adjoining Office Space
6.71m x 4.17m (22' x 13'8)
15.24m x 16.76m (50' x 55')
We understand this has recently been insulated and double glazed with electricity connected
6.10m x 6.10m (20' x 20')
Further workshop building
13.41m x 6.71m (44' x 22')
With mezzanine loft over having double door access front and re-wired, also included is a caravan / studio
Further Storage Shed
13.41m x 3.76m (44' x 12'4)
To the rear of the property is a level to gentle slopping paddock which would be ideal for pony grazing etc.
We understand the property has planning permission for the provision of an extension reference A210635 granted by Ceredigion County Council. Plans available on their website or through the agents offices.
From Lampeter take the A475 Newcastle Emlyn road, continue to the village of Drefach at the roundabout turn right sign posted Cwrtnewydd, continue into the village at the bottom after passing over the bridge turn left and continue up the hill and the entrance to Pensarn can been seen last on the right hand side with the entrance being on the left there after
We are informed the property benefits form connection to mains water, mains electricity, oil fired central heating, private drainage.
Council Tax Band E