An 18 acre smallholding, with comfortable 3 to 4 bedroom bungalow and detached double Garage/Workshop and subject to a Local Rural Enterprise Occupancy Condition and Section 106 Condition tying the whole of the land to the homestead and set on the outskirts of the rural village of Beulah.
Situation: Grid Ref SN283-457
The property lies some ½ mile outside the rural village of Beulah, which provides for chapel, filling station and agricultural merchants and is located between two minor district roads heading from the village towards the directions of Capel Tygwydd and Noyadd Cross and the B4570 Newcastle Emlyn to Cardigan district road .The Market Towns of N.C.Emlyn & Cardigan are some 4 ½ & 8 miles distant and both provide for a varied array of amenities. The Cardigan Bay coastal village of Aberporth is some 3 ½ miles distant and is a popular tourist resort and residential centre.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents
services: Advised Mains electric. Private and mains water supply. Private eco-digester drainage system. UPVC double glazed windows and external doors. Oil fired central heating. Council tax band ‘E ‘ £2095.35 ( 2021/22 ).
Directions: On entering the village of Beulah on the B4333 road from the Newcastle Emlyn direction, you will come to the centre, where a left hand junction turns for Noyadd Cross/Ponthirwaun (B4570). Proceed along this road and take the first left hand junction onto a minor road, heading for Capel Tygwydd/Cwmcou. Gwel y Gelli will be the 2nd property on the right hand side on this road with our For Sale board erected.
description: The dwelling is set in a generous sized, enclosed plot of just under an acre, with a further 17 acres of pasture and amenity land set alongside and to the rear of the plot. The dwelling is of timber frame construction, with brick/block outer cavity wall under a slate composite tiled roof and was erected in the mid 1990’s. It provides generous accommodation for either family/retirement purposes and the detached sizable Garage would be ideal to act as a workstation for a Rural Enterprise Business and the plot provides plentiful space for erection of a further outbuilding if desired, subject to necessary consents.
The property is subject to a Section 106 Planning Condition, stating that the dwelling must remain with the land in its entirety and that the dwelling is now subject to a Local Rural Enterprise Occupancy Clause (Planning Ref No. A200903 Ceredigion County Council granted on 5th January 2021). The dwelling was originally granted an Agricultural Occupancy Condition, before the change to current consent.
The dwelling provides the following Accommodation: (The majority of rooms have coved and textured ceilings. All measurements are approximate.)
All rooms benefit from emergency ceiling spotlights, connected to the standby generator sited in the garage. Galvanised treadplate ramp with side railings, leading to part opaque glazed front door into:
‘L’ shaped wide Hallway: With laminate wooden flooring, single and double panel radiators, double power point, access to insulated loft space, sizable airing cupboard with hot water tank and immersion heater connected. Part glazed doors into:
Sitting Room: 15’7” x 13’6” with window to front and side, TV point, 4 double power points, single power point, double panel radiator, telephone point, laminate wooden floor.
Living/Dining Room: 16’6” x 11’7” with window to side, patio door and panel opening out to rear garden area, double panel radiator, 3 double power points, single power point, TV point, laminate wooden flooring, archway off to:
Kitchen: 15’4” x 11’7” with half opaque glazed door to rear exterior. 3 sectioned window to rear, ceramic tiled floor, fitted wall and base units with stainless steel single bowl drainer sink unit, integral twin level fridge and freezer, plumbing for washing machine, Oil fired Rayburn (heats domestic hot water and central heating) set in small tiled surround Inglenook, space for table, 4 double power points, 4 single power points, telephone point, electric fuse box. Doors off to:
Bathroom: 11’6” x 8’4” with double panel radiator, vinyl effect flooring, coloured suite of panelled bath, W.C., pedestal hand wash basin, tiled shower cubicle with ‘Mira Sport’ unit and opaque glazed panels, shaver point and light, half tiled walls, extractor fan, opaque window to rear.
Bedroom 1: 12’3” x 11’7” with laminate wood floor, window to rear, double power point, single power point, single panel radiator, telephone point, door off to:
En-Suite Shower: 7’6” x 5’7” with vinyl effect flooring, double panel radiator, half tiled walls., pedestal hand wash basin, shower area with tiled walls and shower curtain, Gainsborough Phlexicare SP43 unit and fitted folding shower chair.
Bedroom 2: 12’8” x 11’3” with window to front, laminate wood floor, single panel radiator, double power point, single power point, TV aerial connection.
Bedroom 3: 13’4” x 11’2” with window to front, laminate wood floor, single panel radiator, 2 x double power points.
Bedroom 4/Study: 10’ x 8’5” with window to front, single panel radiator, double power point, laminate wood floor.
Externally: Stone faced entrance splay walls with double iron gates into tarmac base driveway and parking area to front and one side of the dwelling leading to detached:
Garage/Workshop: 26’ x 20’ (external measurements) with remote operated electric up and over door, 2 double power points, Honda G200 stand by generator (connected to the dwelling), partition wall dividing off workshop/store room with UPVC window to rear and pedestrian door.
Concrete path surrounding the dwelling, 2 x lawned areas to the fore, with mature borders, gate off to large level lawned paddock to side and rear of the dwelling, which is possibly suited for a variety of uses if desired, e.g. Veg plot, orchard, develop into various borders etc., site for an extra outbuilding
(s.t.c.) etc. 2 x aged small timber garden sheds.
Gate at the rear of the lawned paddock to access the pastureland, which comprises of two level paddocks, run as one located due west of dwelling’s plot and with a gate out to the district road. The remainder of the land is due north of the plot and comprises of 2 long narrow fields set on the western boundary, being level to gently sloping down to the wooded dingle, which has a stream running through it and with one vehicle crossing point to gain access to the eastern block of fields, which are level to again gently sloping down to the dingle. The land on this side is naturally more wettish in nature, with areas of mature rush visible. There are 2 roadside gateways set on the northern boundary. The land is in generally good heart, but as noted with some wettish areas. It is ring boundary fenced for sheep. The two paddocks due west of the plot can be shut off separately from the rest.
Iacs/bps: The land is currently registered for iacs purposes and no bps entitlements are available. Prospective purchasers to satisfy themselves for future eligibility purposes.
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