(No onward chain)
Charming detached thatched roof cottage perfectly positioned to enjoy spectacular and far reaching views towards the Cardigan Bay coast and the Cambrian mountains. The property currently provides for one double bedroom accommodation and adjoining annex where there is open plan living with a crog loft. (EER 39, Annex 43)
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perfectly positioned to enjoy spectacular and far reaching views towards the Cardigan Bay coast and the Cambrian mountains.
The property currently provides for one double bedroom accommodation and adjoining annex where there is open plan living with a crog loft which could be used as an additional source of income taking advantage of the fine coastal location for holiday letting purposes.
Brynhyfryd is set in a good size plot with pretty cottage style gardens, summer house and nicely positioned seating areas to take in the fabulous views.
Local amenities are available at the nearby villages of Cross Inn and Llanrhystud which include general stores, primary school, nursery and public houses. The pretty Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron is approx. 7 miles away. Also centrally located for the larger university towns of Lampeter and Aberystwyth being approx. 11 and 13 miles distance respectively.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage.
Band 'C' - amount payable 2018/2019 = £1313.07
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents; Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Brynhyfryd provides for the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera.
FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR TO
OPEN PLAN LIVING ROOM/ KITCHEN
4.93m x 4.57m (16'2 x 15' )
with free-standing Efel oil burning stove (room heater). Recess cupboards to each side with shelving. Exposed wooden floor / tiled flooring. Sash style window to fore with secondary glazing. Vaulted timber panelled ceiling, exposed beams. Telephone point.
comprising enamel sink with mixer tap, worktops and shelving. Falcon cooking range – double oven and gas hob. Cooker point. Door to
2.74m x 4.62m max dim (8'11" x 15'1" max dim)
Room being L shaped in nature, secondary glazed sash window to fore. Elevated storage area. Exposed beam. Night storage heater. Latched door to
1.93m x 2.87m (6'4 x 9'5 )
comprising panelled bath, low level flush wc and pedestal wash hand basin. Shower cubicle, airing cupboard with shelving and copper hot water cylinder. Creda wall mounted fan heater and Manrose extractor fan. Exposed wooden floor. Obscured window. Access to loft.
FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR TO
The accommodation is L shaped in nature with traditional slate flooring throughout and exposed beamed ceiling
2.97m x 2.44m (9'9 x 8')
comprising hand made worktops with units and appliance spaces below. Belfast sink with mixer tap with stainless steel splash backs. Shelving, plumbing for automatic washing machine and spot lights.
PADDLE STAIRS TO CROG LOFT
4.95m x 2.59m max (16'3 x 8'6 max)
With double glazed window to fore and triple glazed windows to the side. Modern ‘Heat Store’ electric radiators, stable hardwood door to rear and barn style sliding door to
2.31m x 1.70m (7'7 x 5'7 )
comprising enamel wash hand basin set in vanity unit, low level flush and soft close seat wc, double shower enclosure with Mira shower, slate floor, fully metro tiled walls, heated towel rail and LED ceiling lights
2.36m x 2.64m (7'9 x 8'8 )
Exposed beams and wooden floor. Two double sockets and stylish lighting.
The property is approached via double gated vehicular access with private parking area to fore. Brick path leads along the front of the property. The drive is boarded by mature hedging and planted area and leads to the pretty cottage style gardens with summer house (6' x 9'), small orchard and patio seating area.
The rear garden has a private patio area, greenhouse, fruit cage and kitchen garden. Raised lawn surrounded by mature trees and shrubs.
Oil tank, outside tap with outside lighting and side gate.
From Aberystwyth take the A487 coastal trunk road south for approximately 9 miles to Llanrhystud. At the bridge turn Left onto the B4337 Lampeter road and proceed towards Nebo. Passing the Fantasy Farm on your right hand side, over the bridge and heading back up the hill, Brynhyfryd can be seen on your right hand side.
EPC - Main house
EPC - Annex