This is a beautifully presented 7 bedroom Edwardian property built circa 1904 situated at the top end of Cardigan Town which has been extensively renovated and restored by the current vendors to offer beautiful living space. The property is currently being utilised as a B&B and has scope and potential to be a wonderful family home. It is full of original ornate features including, stained glass doors and windows, tiled and parquet floors, cornice, picture rails, high ceilings throughout and more.
The property comprises a welcoming entrance hall with original parquet flooring and ornate cornice and stairs to the first floor and doors leading to: The dining room with bay window, living room with a beautiful original fireplace and bay window, 2 double bedrooms (both being en-suite), the fitted kitchen, W.C and door leading out to the rear court yard. On the first floor are a further 5 bedrooms which all benefit from en-suites and some benefit from lovely bay windows offering views over Cardigan town and the playing fields. There is an office, an emergency exit with steps leading to the rear court yard is found on the landing and a useful storage room with a stairway that leads up to a good sized, boarded out attic space with vaulted ceilings (ideal for conversion to extra living space stpp).
Externally, to the front and side of the property are manicured lawns with flower display to the front and path leading to the front of the property. To the rear is a garage for up to 3 vehicles (this could potentially be renovated into extra living space, subject to the necessary planning consents) and gated, off-road parking for a further 2 vehicles. The yard to the rear of the property houses a workshop/utility room and laundry, seating area and steps to the first-floor fire escape. The property overlooks a local playing field and is a short walk to Cardigan Town's Boutique shops and Castle.
Cardigan town is a bustling market town dating back to 1093, situated on the edge of the estuary of the River Teifi. A major trading port and ship building area back in the Middle Ages Cardigan now offers traditional shops and cultural centres for residents and visitors to experience. With much to offer, the town boasts a Castle, a primary and secondary school, a further education college, major supermarkets and superstores, banks, several public houses, swimming pool, leisure centre, restaurants, coffee shops and many other local retailers. Easy access from the town to many sandy beaches including Poppit Sands, Mwnt and many others each providing access to the beautiful Ceredigion Coastal Path.
viewing: By appointment only via the Agents.
Tenure: We are advised Freehold
services: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.
Tax: Band 'G' Ceredigion County Council
Please Note - the vendors inform us that the attic space has been prepared for conversion.
Agents viewing notes... We would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externally