A commodious semi-detached 3/ 4 bedroomed house, a tasteful chapel conversion with accommodation on 3 floors and with original features. (EER 50)
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Can Y Wawr is a commodious semi-detached property part of a former prominent chapel enjoying a central location in the heart of the village just off the main thoroughfare and convenient to all local amenities which are on offer. The conversion has been undertaken by a reputable local builder and the works are to a high standard which prospective purchasers will appreciate during their inspection. The property benefits from underfloor heating, has an integral garage and a tarmacadamed vehicular hardstanding area and side lawned garden.
The village of Borth is situated 7 miles or so north from the university and market town of Aberystwyth. The village has a good range of local amenities to include general stores, post office, public houses and primary school. There is also a railway station at the village in addition a regular bus service to the aforementioned town. Aberystwyth has a good range of amenities to cater for the large local and student populations.
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. LPG gas central heating
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents, Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Road, Aberystwyth (01970) 626160
Can Y Wawr provides for the following accommodation. All dimensions are approximate and all images have been taken by a wide angle lens digital camera.
There are ample power and TV aerial points throughout.
PART GLAZED FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR TO
with marbled tiled floor (throughout ground floor living accommodation) and an attractive central staircase to the first floor accommodation. Doors to
Free-standing Worcester LPG gas central heating boiler
3.12m x 1.83m (10'3 x 6'9)
one and half bowl single drainer sink with mixer tap. Base and eye-level units, appliance spaces, tiled splash-backs and window to side. Door to GARAGE
1.98m x 2.74m (6'6 x 9'0)
with oak floor, window to rear and further glass feature.
with shower cubicle, wc, wash hand basin. Window to side.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
with open tread staircase to second floor accommodation
4.27m x 4.27m (14'0 x 14'0 )
14' x 14' exposed beam feature, window to rear with leaded coloured glass feature, oak floor and wall lights.
4.67m x 3.81m (15'4 x 12'6 )
exposed beam feature, window to rear with leaded coloured glass feature, oak floor and wall lights.
2.13m x 3.05m (7'0 x 10'3)
Victorian style bath with mixer tap, low level flush wc and wash hand basin. Ceiling lights, fully tiled walls and coloured glass window to side
3.53m x 2.44m (11'7 x 8'9)
with lead glass windows
comprising low level flush wc, wash hand basin, tiled splash backs, velux window, shower cubicle and Advent fan.
1.93m x 1.83m (6'4 x 6'2)
SECOND FLOOR ACCOMMOATION
with doors to
7.11m x 3.96m (23'4 x 13'9)
an attractive fireplace with a real flame effect gas fire, high ceiling with original tongue and groove chapel ceiling, two velux windows, window and double door to
3.15m x 3.66m (10'4 x 12'5)
with velux window, tongue and groove features, oakfloor and door to
3.76m x 2.74m (12'4 x 9'1)
comprising 1½ bowl sink with mixer tap, range of base and eye level units, electric cooker, 4 ring hob, fridge and freezer. Velux window and window to side.
FROM LIVING ROOM ACCESS TO:
2.62m x 1.83m (8'7 x 6'7)
(with limited height) with window to side.
Tarmacadam vehicular hardstanding to fore and access to
4.32m x 5.79m (14'2 x 19'8)
Predominantly laid to lawn, part paved area and partly enclosed by a stone wall.
From Aberystwyth take the A487 coastal trunk road north to Bow Street, on the northern end of the village turn Left (signposted) and proceed to Borth. Proceed along the main thoroughfare and take the turning right down towards St Matthews church (signposted) and the property can be seen on the right hand side.