*** Delightfully positioned country holding with contemporary style modern 4/5 bedroomed family farmhouse *** 3 bathrooms with quality accommodation *** Excellent equestrian facilities *** Useful general purpose buildings and stables. Menage *** Amenity lake approx 2.3 acres *** Range of kennels *** Healthy prolific pastures and including former Iron Age Hill Fort on part *** In total 31,25 acres of thereabouts - a very appealing country property of which early viewing is recommended *** South facing location looking towards the Cambrian Mountains in the distance ***
From Lampeter take the A485 to Tregaron, in Tregaron take the A485 towards Aberystwyth from the Square continuing to the village of Tynreithyn. On leaving the village of Tynreithyn continue for approximately 1/2 mile taking in the first concrete farm road entrance on the left-hand side. The property is situated about 1 mile before Tyncelyn crossroads.
We are informed by the current Vendors that the property benefits from mains water, (private secondary available supply on the land) mains electricity, private drainage to septic tank, oil fired central heating, double glazing throughout, telephone subject to B.T. Transfer regulations, Broadband available.
The property is located in the Upper region of the Teifi Valley and has a delightful south facing location looking towards the Cambrian Mountains in the distance. The property lies just 1 mile from Tyncelyn crossroads and just 3 miles from the market town of Tregaron offing a wide range of amenities including business, education, leisure and retail facilities.
The University of Lampeter lies within 14 miles equidistant being the University town, coastal resort and administrative centre of Aberystwyth .
The placing of Ty'n Gaer on the open market provides prospective purchasers with the opportunity of acquiring a delightful country home. There is a high quality residential dwelling/farmhouse with character accommodation, having been built in the last 15 years.
There is, in addition an excellent array of outbuildings suiting a variety of purposes including business, leisure, or equestrian use, or ideal for home or agri business.
The land, another feature of the holding is all south facing, having road frontage and easily accessible including an historic Iron Age Hill Fort on part. This is a property of considerable appeal with is further enhanced by a large fishing lake of some 2.3 acres or thereabouts, which could be stocked to provide additional enterprise/leisure income streams.
The Farmhouse, built in 2006 offers oil fired central heating, double glazing and high insulative qualities. The accommodation, family proportioned providing more particularly as follows and has adequate space for home working.
Via part glazed entrance door, with glazed door to:
11' 10" x 11' 1" (3.61m x 3.38m) with an oak boarded floor and oak staircase to first floor.
20' 3" x 11' 8" (6.17m x 3.56m) with an Inglenook style fireplace with incorporated French cast iron wood burner. Double glazed patio doors overlooking Lake and gardens with fine south views. Oak floor.
Ground floor bedroom/office or study
9' 0" x 11' 1" (2.74m x 3.38m) with oak stripped flooring and radiator.
Ground floor shower room/wet room
Suitable for disabled persons, with tiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush w.c. Heated towel rail.
6' 8" x 4' 9" (2.03m x 1.45m)
21' 2" x 11' 1" (6.45m x 3.38m) with fitted range of Mahogany and pitch pine custom built cabinets. Oil fired aga range in blue, with cooking facility only. Slate tiled floor. Belfast sink with pillar tap. Plumbing and space for automatic washing machine.
Living room/dining room off
11' 0" x 10' 5" (3.35m x 3.17m) with tiled floor and radiator.
9' 5" x 20' 3" (2.87m x 6.17m) overall with slate tiled floor, double bowl sink unit, Grant oil fired central heating boiler running domestic systems, double sized copper cylinder, plumbing for automatic washing machine and side stable-type entrance door.
Approached via a custom made oak timber staircase from hallway to:
With inset lighting.
9' 0" x 11' 1" (2.74m x 3.38m) with strip flooring and radiator.
5' 6" x 11' 00" (1.68m x 3.35m) with jacuzzi bath, heated towel rail, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush w.c., tiled flooring. Mirror with light.
9' 0" x 11' 1" (2.74m x 3.38m) with built in mirror fronted wardrobe and stripped flooring. Radiator.
11' 0" x 8' 7" (3.35m x 2.62m)
15' 3" x 11' 2" (4.65m x 3.40m) with radiator and stripped flooring.
11' 0" x 5' 6" (3.35m x 1.68m) withj jacuzzi bath, heated towel rail. Pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush w.c. Tiled floor. Mirror and light.
Rear of property
The property has its own shared, concrete drive from a council maintained roadway (A485 - Tregaron to Aberystwyth road) .The access is considered to be above average with the land lying to one side thereof. The drive arrives at the courtyard which has mature trees, is concrete surfaced to which lie adjacent the outbuildings and grounds.
The grounds are laid out to lawned areas with feature stone walling and overlook the attractive 2.3 acre Trout Lake to the front with fishing platform there-over. There are peripheral areas of further amenity land which could be planted with trees or for further leisure/recreational use.
These comprise a range of kennels, divided into 3 compartments with external runs. A general purposes buidling
General purpose building
45' 0" x 32' 0" (13.72m x 9.75m) of steel framed construction with block walls and corrugated asbestos roof.
Comprises of in total, some 13 or 14 boxes. 50' 0" x 12' 0" (15.24m x 3.66m), 30' 0" x 12' 0" (9.14m x 3.66m), and 50' 0" x 12' 0" (15.24m x 3.66m, comprising 3 wings.
In addition there is an external menage 50' x 25' with post and rail fencing, soft surfacing and also flood lighting available. There is a base for a horse exercise walker.
The land comprises a number of enclosures which are level to gently sloping. These are all laid to pasture and quality grazing, including some peripheral areas that are more heavy in nature.
The land encompasses a former Hill Fort on part which is an area of historic interest - further details available from cadw (Welsh Government Ancient Buildings Body).
Views to south
schedule of areas
4.87. Acres - Total 31.25 acres or thereabouts.
Tenure and possession
We are informed the property is of Freehold Tenure and will be vacant on completion.
The property is listed under the Local Authority of Ceredigion County Council for Council Tax.
Delightfully positioned country holding with contemporary style modern 4/5 bedroomed family farmhouse, In total 31,25 acres of thereabouts - a very appealing country property of which early viewing is recommended.
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