'It feels like a retreat'
Wonderful character Grade II listed property with former corn mill & land set within country village only 6 miles from the beach!
The accommodation is a big part of what makes this property uniquely appealing with fantastic scope and potential for 2 x self contained adjoining cottages (subject to planning) or to be used as one large 4 bedroom house as it currently has been. This would especially suit someone thinking of living in half the property and letting the other half. Externally the property sits within generous gardens to the rear and side aspects with a pretty stone built former mill which has been improved over recent years providing a blank canvas for someone to further develop and use however they need stpc. There is also a large spring fed pond which formally fed the corn mill (the water is now piped through but could be restored). The land to the rear consists of woodland and orchard area providing huge possibilities for anyone looking for a lifestyle change.
This property really needs to be viewed to appreciate the versatile layout and potential it currently offers.
EER - 27
Entered via solid wood door with fan light over, terracotta tiled flooring, storage heater, understairs storage cupboard, stairs leading to first floor, doors to:
Sash window to front, window to side, terracotta tiled flooring, large stone fireplace with multifuel stove with lime washed exposed stone walls, built-in cabinet, exposed painted beams, door to:
Windows to rear and side, original tiled flooring, farmhouse style kitchen with base units and worktops over, stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap, oil fired Rayburn, localised tiled walls, ceiling spotlights, exposed stone surrounding the window as nice feature, door to:
Double glazed windows, timber external stable door, storage cupboard, tiled flooring, door to:
Sash window to rear, low level WC, Belfast style sink.
Accessed via door from entrance hallway. Sash window to front, storage heater, wooden flooring, feature fireplace with wooden mantle over (currently not in use).
Sash windows to front, exposed 'A' frame, beautiful wooden flooring, feature fireplace with stone surround and mantle with multifuel stove set over tiled hearth, step and door up to:
This could be potentially developed into the annex or second property creating a lounge/dining/kitchen room.
Sash window to rear, window to front, external solid wood door, tiled flooring, mezzanine floor, exposed 'A' frame, door to:
Windows to front and sash window to rear, continued tiled flooring. This is an 'L' shaped room which could be used as an en suite bedroom, exposed 'A' frame vaulted ceiling, door to:
Velux window, vaulted ceiling. Please bear in mind this room needs finishing. Plumbing, electrics and drainage are in place for the en suite.
Split staircase, access to loft, door to:
Sash window to front, original floorboards, storage heater.
Sash window to front, tongue and groove clad walls, low level WC and wash hand basin, shower, storage cupboard.
Sash window to front, original floorboards, storage heater, built-in cupboard.
This room is currently unfinished with limited headroom, power and lighting connected, window, hot water tank. This room could benefit from development and increasing the head height providing the potential for an additional bedroom.
The property is centrally located within the pretty rural village of Mydroilyn which provides a public house and restaurant and thriving community hall. The larger village of Llanarth is some 3 miles distant and situated along the A487 coast road with village store, filling station, convenience store and primary school. The sandy beaches on the beautiful Cardigan Bay coastline are within easy access, in particular the sandy beaches at Cei Bach and New Quay. The Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron is approximately 6 miles distant which has primary and secondary schools, bank, shops, cafés, public houses and restaurants and is a popular venue for locals and tourists alike. The university towns of Aberystwyth and Lampeter provide for a larger range of retail and commercial outlets.
The property is located down a track to the front which leads past the house to a parking and turning area. The former corn mill and other stone outbuildings provide great potential to be used as a studio/holiday accommodation/office space. The land is mainly to the back and side of the property with a large spring fed pond, woodland area, orchard and some lovely garden areas great for growing vegetables etc. Please note this is a listed building.
This is a listed building. The water wheel has been left at the property and the water fed from the pond is now piped over into the river. The building has been upgraded over the years with beautiful stonework and a new timber floor. Providing a potential purchaser with various options regarding development (stpc) or to maintain the original character of the building as it currently is and to use as storage or office space.
We are advised mains water, electricity and drainage are connected.
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