3 bed detached house for sale Llanwnnen, Lampeter SA48
- Ysgol Dyffryn Cledlyn1.4 miles
- Llanybydder School3.1 miles
Features and description
- *** Highly appealing period cottage
- *** Traditional and full of character 2.3 bed accommodation
- *** Tastefully presented throughout
- *** Outstanding views over Teifi Valley
- *** Detached stone barn suiting conversion (s.t.c.)
- *** Enjoying extensive plot of around 0.5 of an acre
- *** Range of flower and shrubbery borders
- *** Private rural position in Hamlet setting
- *** Vegetable garden with poly tunnel and greenhouse
- *** E.P.C. Rating - E
*** Detached stone barn - Potential as an annexe/holiday let (subject to consent) *** Enjoying an extensive plot of around 0.5 of an acre - Being well stocked with a range of flower and shrubbery borders *** Vegetable garden with a poly tunnel, greenhouse and raised beds *** An abundance of colour throughout the year
*** West Wales is what it is all about - Live the dream *** Private rural position in a Hamlet setting
From Lampeter take the A485 Newcastle Emlyn road. At the Village of Llanwnnen turn right at the roundabout onto the B4337 and continue for approximately half a mile bearing left signposted Gorsgoch. Continue for approximately 1.5 of a mile and the property will be located on your left hand side, as identified by the Agents 'For Sale' board.
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We are informed by the current Vendors that the property benefits from mains water, mains electricity, private drainage, newly installed oil fired central heating, UPVC double glazing, telephone subject to B.T. Transfer regulations, good Broadband speeds available.
The property has an attractive rural location and is well located within a small Hamlet setting enjoying fine views over the countryside, only 1 mile from the Village of Cwrtnewydd, 2 miles from the Village of Llanwnnen and some 3 miles and 4 miles respectively from the Towns of Llanybydder and Lampeter.
Delfryn offers potential Purchaser an opportunity to acquire an outstanding period property that commands fantastic views over the Teifi Valley. The property enjoys period character and charm along with 2/3 bedroomed accommodation with the benefit of newly fitted oil fired combi central heating system and UPVC double glazing throughout.
Externally lies the true beauty, being positioned on an 0.5 of an acre plot with well stocked and extensive gardens, being laid mostly to manicured lawns, with a range of flower and shrub borders. Self sufficiency is a great asset with a poly tunnel, greenhouse, raised beds and outbuildings. The main cottage offers parking to extend to side or rear (STC)
All of the above offers an unique opportunity and the property itself currently offers the following:-
14' 1" x 14' 4" (4.29m x 4.37m). Having access via a UPVC composite front entrance door, a particular feature being the open fireplace with a multi fuel stove on a slate hearth with decorative timber surround, exposed beamed ceiling, timber staircase to the first floor accommodation, two radiators, original panelled walls.
Living room (second angle)
living room (third angle)
sitting room/potential bedroom 3
14' 1" x 7' 8" (4.29m x 2.34m). With an open fireplace having a Morso multi fuel stove on a slate hearth, radiator, exposed timber beams, original panelled walls.
21' 6" x 8' 0" (6.55m x 2.44m). A traditional fitted kitchen with wall and floor units with work surfaces over, single granite sink and drainer unit, electric cooker, 4 ring electric hob with extractor hood over, space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher, radiator, newly created patio doors opening onto the breakfast/patio area.
Kitchen (second angle)
kitchen (third angle)
View from kitchen window
With windows to the rear enjoying fantastic views over the garden, loft access, original panelled walls and panelled ceilings.
14' 3" x 7' 6" (4.34m x 2.29m). With windows to the front enjoying far reaching views over the countryside, radiator, original panelled ceiling.
14' 5" x 7' 9" (4.39m x 2.36m). Being an 'L' shaped room, with two windows to the front with great views, radiator, original panelled ceiling.
8' 8" x 5' 11" (2.64m x 1.80m). A modern recently refurbished suite with a corner glazed shower cubicle with a Mira Power Shower, low level flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, large airing cupboard, antique style radiator, towel rail.
15' 11" x 11' 0" (4.85m x 3.35m). Here lies a great opportunity. The traditional stone and slate barn offers great conversion potential as further accommodation, holiday let or as a studio (subject to the necessary consents being granted by Ceredigion County Council). The building is currently utilised as a day room/hobby room.
Stone barn (internally
15' 11" x 11' 0" (4.85m x 3.35m). With quarry tiled flooring, spiral staircase to the first floor accommodation.
With a shower cubicle with electric shower, low level flush w.c. And wash hand basin.
4' 4" x 15' 5" (1.32m x 4.70m). This has restricted head right but is ideal as a small sleeping platform/potential bedroom. Twin Velux windows
An extensive plot of around 0.5 of an acre. The garden is a particular feature and is the pride and joy of the current Owners over the last 20 years. The garden has been well maintained and manicured, a particular feature being on the self sufficiency. The garden has been laid mostly to manicured lawns with a large number of flower and shrub borders. There is a range of well established planting giving interest and colour throughout the Seasons with the current Vendors laying a number of paths and seating areas. A great place to sit and enjoy the garden, as well as the far reaching views on offer.
To the rear of the garden lies a less cultivated garden area and currently a home to Wildlife and wild flowers with a small walkway, giving the perfect vista point over the surrounding countryside. Truly a delightful property, being well thought of and totally private and securely fenced all around.
Garden (second angle)
garden (third angle)
The property enjoys an established vegetable and fruit garden that benefits from:-
18' 0" x 14' 0" (5.49m x 4.27m)
8' 0" x 6' 0" (2.44m x 1.83m).
A number of raised beds
Newly created with a gravelled splitting area to the front.
12' 0" x 8' 0" (3.66m x 2.44m). Housing the garden maintenance and tools.
12' 0" x 8' 0" (3.66m x 2.44m).
12' 0" x 8' 0" (3.66m x 2.44m). Currently divided into two sections with light and power connected. This having easy access via the side of the property.
Parking and driveway
A gated gravelled driveway with ample parking and turning space for a number of vehicles.
Front of property
rear of property
views from property
A fantastic period property in a delightful and highly appealing rural location.
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. Council Tax Band - 'D'.
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