**Rare Find ! ** Period Cottage**Grade II Listed Former Woollen Mill/Factory**Former Forge and Stable**Extensive Grounds**Small river on boundary**A property of considerable potential and ideal for those with creative imagination**
The cottage built in the 1800's provides delightful 3 bed accommodation from the extensive grounds.
The property enjoys far reaching views over Cardigan Bay.
Within the coastal village community of Aberarth which lies alongside the main A487 coast road only a mile or so North East of the Georgian Harbour town of Aberaeron with its comprehensive range of shopping and schooling facilities. Half an hours drive from the coastal University and Administrative centre of Aberystwyth and equi distance to the University town of Lampeter.
Mains Electricity, Water and Drainage. Oil Fired Central Heating. Telephone subject to BT Transfer Regulations. General
The cottage dating back to the 1800's of traditional construction was re-roofed some 8 years or so ago. Benefits oil fired central heating and offers spacious family proportioned accommodation catering for all modern day needs .
Provides viz : Entrance hall
With oak parquet flooring.
Reception room 1 14' 1" x 8' 6" (4.29m x 2.59m) with Beech parquet flooring, fitted shelving, exposed ceiling beams, central heating radiator. Sitting room
14' 3" x 12' 10" (4.34m x 3.91m) with Beech parquet flooring, an open fireplace with slate hearth, exposed ceiling beams, understairs storage cupboard, central heating radiator. Lounge
15' 2" x 13' 10" (4.62m x 4.22m) with Beech parquet flooring, central heating radiator. Fireplace housing a woodburning stove on a slate hearth with Oak beam over, shelved alcoves. Delightful rear kitchen/dining room
25' 2" x 9' 8" (7.67m x 2.95m) with open vaulted ceiling, 3 velux windows and large apex window to end wall. Split level floors provide a red and black quarry tiled floor to the kitchen area and pitch pine flooring to the dining area. The kitchen is fitted with a range of Bespoke solid wood kitchen units with slate work tops, inset double Belfast sink, dresser style unit, Range Master cooking range with lpg gas hobs and electric oven, central heating radiator. French doors to outside patio. Side hallway
With tiled floor, and houses the Euro Star oil fired central heating combi boiler. Side exterior door.
Downstairs shower room/W.C. With tiled floor, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush toilet, tiled shower cubicle with a Triton shower unit, heated towel rail. First floor
21 rear full length landing Approached via staircase from the entrance hall.
Front double bedroom 1 14' 4" x 9' 5" (4.37m x 2.87m) (max) with exposed original timber floors, built in wardrobes.
Front double bedroom 2 12' 4" x 11' 1" (3.76m x 3.38m) plus alcove with exposed original timber floors.
Front double bedroom 3 14' 0" x 10' 4" (4.27m x 3.15m) (max) again with exposed original timber floors. Bathroom
11' 11" x 6' 0" (3.63m x 1.83m) with a roll top slipper bath with shower fittings, low level flush toilet, wash hand basin, half tiled walls, heated towel rail. Externally
to the front
Front tarmacadamed driveway with ample parking space for several vehicles.
To the West side of the cottage is a - Stone built former stable
19' 0" x 11' 7" (5.79m x 3.53m) with loft over. Rear lean to former cart house
With double doors. To the east side of the cottage -
Is a lovely private large paved South facing patio and sitting out area.
Steps with a terrace of various natural stone facing tiers with shrubs and flower areas leading up to a lovely patio and barbecue area and an extensive grassed garden area surrounded by woodland and within stone walled boundaries.
From the upper level enjoying extensive views over this coastal village and Cardigan Bay beyond.
Further to the East side of the cottage is - Woollen mill / factory
Measures externally some - 40' 0" x 38' 0" (12.19m x 11.58m) Believed to date back to the mid 1800's and a Grade II Listed building of solid masonary construction under a slated roof.
The Mill is basically in its original condition although now somewhat deteriorated and a building deserving of a sympathetic restoration programme with considerable potential. Was in fact, we understand used as a working mill /factory up to the 1950's. To the side is A former store room
20' 0" x 14' 0" (6.10m x 4.27m) with former Weaving Room over of the same size, now used as Studio but ideal Work Room or Home Office.
At the rear is the Old Wash Room and Original Water Wheel.
A small stone bridge crosses the stream to stone remains of a dyeing room.
A public footpath intersects the front of the property to adjacent agricultural land.
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