Lancych Mansion has to be one of the most attractive houses in Pembrokeshire ! Set in its own parkland setting with the River Cych running through and a lovely wooded backdrop, the location is absolutely superb. This historic house is Grade II* listed and is presented in extremely good order and has a recently refurbished self contained flat in the East Wing. There is also further potential on the old Coach House and Stable Block which has planning to convert into residential use. In all there is around 59 acres of pastureland and woodland together with superb landscaped gardens around the main house. Classic architecture in a gorgeous setting !
Should you decide to view this lovely house you will not be disappointed as the location is superb set, as it is, in its own parkland setting with the River Cych to the rear with a wooded backdrop.
Set away from the main house there is further potential with the original Coach House and Stables with residential planning consent to convert.
Quite often in Wales these large houses need alot of work in order to enjoy them fully.....Lancych Mansion is an exception as our clients have spent thousands bringing the house up to its current standard......just move in !
This firm would be honoured to give serious potential buyers a guided tour of this immensely attractive house.
Entrance via front door leading into entrance lobby with arched ceiling, flagstone floor leading to:
With staircase to first floor, doors off to:
With 2 bay windows with shutters providing lovely views over the grounds and river, open fireplace set in marble surround.
With bay window with shutters, book shelving.
With windows providing views over the gardens and French doors to 2 sides, built-in display cabinets & side board.
With flag stones, through to:
With feature gothic arch & adjoining computer room.
With tiled walls, shower cubicle, wash hand basin set in vanity unit, low level flush WC.
Accessed via staircase and providing plenty of storage.
With Welsh slate floor with under-floor heating, granite work surfaces, ceramic hob with double oven, microwave and "Maytag" fridge, door to utility room.
Accessed via feature staircase leading to landing area.
With doors off to:
A lovely room with barrel ceiling, windows to 2 sides, adjoining dressing room with feature fireplace and built-in wardrobes. Door to en-suite bathroom with whirlpool bath, "Steamist" full body shower cubicle, low level flush WC, his & hers sinks set in vanity unit, tiled, under-floor heating.
With window providing valley views, door to en-suite bathroom with shower cubicle, bath, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, Tavertine tiled flooring.
With door to en-suite bathroom with pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC, panelled bath with shower attachment.
Accessed off second landing area and can be accessed via back staircase. Door to en-suite bathroom with low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with shower over.
Accessed via its own staircase and providing 3 further bedrooms all with en suite bathrooms
Located on the ground floor and briefly comprising: Entrance lobby, cloakroom, utility, kitchen, living room, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.
Lancych is set within its own grounds with expansive lawned area in front of the house with mature trees and shrubs. There are further lawned areas to the side and rear contained by a ha ha with views over the Cych river, parkland and woodland beyond.
Include.... Workshop, mower stores, fuel stores, boiler house. There is a useful diesel-powered generator which automatically starts if the mains electric supply to the house is interrupted.
The land lies to the east and west of the house and comprises pasture meadows alongside the river as well as 2 parcels of hardwood woodland. A feature Victorian stone folly from sits above the main woodland from which a former owner is said to have watched over his estate.
The property owns the fishing rights over the stretch of the River Cych which runs through the estate, some three quarters of a mile of single bank of which 300 yards is double bank. A tributary of the River Teifi, this river provides brown trout, sea trout & salmon.
The Coach House & Stables are constructed of local stone, we are advised that there is planning and listing permission to convert both these buildings for residential use. The two buildings are joined by a kitchen garden and the grounds amount to approx 1.25 acres.
With Hallway, kitchen, dining room, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. On the first floor, a large living room and bedroom with ensuite bathroom.
Open plan living room with gallery, kitchen/diner, 3 bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms.
From Newcastle Emlyn, take the A484 towards Cardigan until you reach Cenarth. Turn left here onto the B4332 for Boncath. When you reach Abercych, turn left in front of the Nags Head public house and proceed along this road for about 1 mile and you will see the entrance to Lancych Mansion on the left-hand side.
Viewings: Strictly via the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales.
Services: Private water (the main house has its own well), mains electricity, private drainage. Oil-fired central heating.
A ground source heating system is installed in the East Wing for the future use of the Coach House and Stables.
Council Tax: Band H, Pembrokeshire County Council.
Fixtures & Fittings: We are advised that garden ornaments & statues are not included in the sale although some may be available via separate negotiation.