*** A rare opportunity - A character country smallholding within a convenient Village location *** Full of original character *** 3 bedroomed character Family accommodation *** Stunning Bespoke Kitchen by a local Craftsman *** Oil fired central heating *** Hardwood double glazing throughout *** Original character - Beamed ceiling and of stone and slate construction
*** Stone range - Currently utilised as workshop, stables and a log store *** With great potential for conversion to holiday accommodation/or overflow accommodation/workshop/studio (subject to consent) - Endless possibilities
*** Approximately 10.5 acres of well managed paddocks *** Stock proof fencing and plenty of shelter *** All having gated access points *** Low maintenance rear stone walled garden laid to lawn and vegetable garden
*** Convenient and popular Village location *** 3 miles from the University Town of Lampeter *** A must see
From Lampeter take the A475 Newcastle Emlyn roadway. On reaching the Village of Llanwnnen, take the third exit at the roundabout signposted for Cribyn. The smallholding will be located after the Church on your right hand side, as identified by the Agents 'For Sale' board. Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment only. Please contact our Lampeter Office on or
We are informed by the current Vendors that the property benefits from mains water, mains electricity, mains drainage, oil fired central heating, UPVC and hardwood double glazing, telephone subject to B.T. Transfer regulations, Broadband available.
Located in the heart of the popular rural Village of Llanwnnen, just 3 miles from the University Town of Lampeter, and within easy reach of the Ceredigion Coast at Aberaeron, approximately 12 miles, and 20 or so miles North of the Administrative Centre of Carmarthen, and having the gateway to the M4 Motorway.
A rare opportunity awaits. A charming centre of Village smallholding. The character cottage offers traditional well proportioned 3 bedroomed accommodation and benefits from oil fired central heating and hardwood double glazing throughout.
The land is located to the rear of the property and has been split into well managed paddocks, being easily accessible, and providing an ideal opportunity to acquire some Animals.
With its convenient location, spacious accommodation, extensive garden and land, this property is rare and will not be on the market for long.
The accommodation is packed full of its original charm and character and currently consists of the following:-
Having access via a half glazed hardwood front entrance door, radiator.
With low level flush w.C., pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, laminate flooring, plumbing and space for automatic washing machine, Velux window.
26' 0" x 15' 2" (7.92m x 4.62m). A particular feature of this cottage is its characterful and spacious living room, providing a feature brick chimney and fireplace with large cast iron multi fuel stove on a tiled hearth, original Oak beams throughout, three radiators.
Living room (second angle)
11' 5" x 13' 1" (3.48m x 3.99m). A traditional Shaker style Bespoke Kitchen fitted by a local and renowned Craftsman providing wall and floor units with a stainless steel single drainer sink unit with chrome mixer tap, a stunning Aga Range running all domestic systems, Bosch induction hob with Bespoke extractor fan over, Bosch electric oven, Bespoke made to measure shelving unit above the Aga Range, quarry tiled floor, window overlooking the rear lawned garden, radiator, strip lighting.
Kitchen (second angle)
With walk-in pantry cupboard, door to rear porch.
With tiled flooring, enjoying views over the rear lawned garden.
With a suite comprising of a panelled bath with chrome shower attachment, low level flush w.C., vanity unit with wash hand basin, fully tiled walls, airing cupboard with copper cylinder and immersion with radiator, Dimplex wall heater.
11' 6" x 15' 2" (3.51m x 4.62m). Enjoying views over the front forecourt, radiator, two built-in wardrobes, original beamed ceiling.
15' 1" x 7' 3" (4.60m x 2.21m). With radiator, enjoying views to the front, original beamed ceiling.
8' 6" x 7' 1" (2.59m x 2.16m). Enjoying views to the front, radiator, original beamed ceiling.
With endless possibilities. This attractive well proportioned stone barn with electricity connected offers an opportunity for a range of alternative uses, ranging from overflow accommodation, holiday accommodation, studio/workshop, all subject to the necessary consents being obtained. The range offers the following:-
stone range (second angle)
31' 6" x 16' 6" (9.60m x 5.03m). The workshop benefits from concrete flooring, exposed 'A' frame beams, electricity and water connection. Ideal conversion potential (subject to consent) and loft space over.
16' 3" x 13' 2" (4.95m x 4.01m). With electricity connected and concrete flooring divided into a stable and tack area.
8' 2" x 18' 2" (2.49m x 5.54m). With electricity and currently utilised as a wood store.
Of concrete block construction.
A pleasant low maintenance lawned rear garden having beautiful stone walled borders and a range of flower borders. To the side of the stone barn lies an established vegetable garden having a gated access to the paddocks and a low stone walled boundary.
Garden (second angle)
In all 10.5 acres or thereabouts. The land has been conveniently divided into various paddocks, all having separate gated access point, being Stock fenced with wood sheltered areas.
Please note: A 20% clawback provision will be included on the land marked in Red on the attached Land Registry Plan.
Ample parking and turning space for a large number of vehicles to the front and side of the property on a tarmacadamed driveway.
We are informed the property is of Freehold Tenure and will be vacant on completion. No onward chain.
The property is listed under the Local Authority of Ceredigion County Council and has the following charges. Council Tax Band: 'E'.