An interesting rural property comprising of a commodious traditional 3 bedroomed house together with a more modern 3 bedroom annex, outbuilding, well stocked immediate grounds, ample off road parking, set in approximately 11 acres of paddocks and small lake (EER 32)
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comprising of a commodious traditional 3 bedroomed house together with a more modern 3 bedroom annex, outbuilding, well stocked immediate grounds, ample off road parking, paddocks and small lake
Bontgoch is situated some 8 miles or so inland from the university and market town of Aberystwyth, a small rural village is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty with many scenic walks near by. Local amenities are available at the near by village of Penrhyncoch to include primary school, general stores and garage. Bow St on the main A487 coastal trunk road also has a good range of local amenities to include public houses, butchers and general stores.
The vibrant town of Aberystwyth has excellent educational, recreational and cultural facilities in addition to a wider ray of both local and national retailers. The pretty market town of Machynlleth and coastal resorts of Borth and Ynyslas on the Dyfi estuary are also within a short travelling distance.
Gerddi Gleision has been developed in order to care for a member of the family with special needs and in total between the traditional dwelling which we believe was once the village shop and the bungalow annex, there are 6 bedrooms as highlighted on the floor plan attached to these sales particulars. We also attach a plan showing the extent of the land for identification purposes.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Under floor heating to annex and oil fired central heating to the main dwelling.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents; Aled Ellis & Co Ltd, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or email@example.com
Gerddi Gleision provides for the following well presented accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera.
FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR TO
3.89m x 8.66m (12'9 x 28'5 )
comprising a comprehensive range of modern units consisting of base units incorporating an electric cooker with 4 ring hob over, breakfast bar, moveable island unit and eye level units. Oil fired rayburn which runs the central heating and heats the domestic hot water. Tiled splash backs, ceiling lights, tiled floor, windows to fore and rear. Door to
2.82m x 2.90m (9'3 x 9'6 )
with sliding patio doors to rear. Plumbing for automatic washing machine, dryer and dishwasher. Radiator, base and eye level units, tiled floor, radiator and door to
with wash hand basin, Triton hot water heater, tiled floor and obscured window to side.
2.82m x 4.01m (9'3 x 13'2)
with windows to fore and side. An attractive feature stone fireplace with slate hearth, exposed wooden floor and access to roof space.
5.79m x 4.90m (19' x 16'1 )
with a most attractive stone fireplace with LPG real flame effect gas fire on slate hearth. Stairs to first floor accommodation. Under stairs storage cupboard, 3 windows to fore and exposed wooden floor. Wall lights, radiators and exposed beamed ceiling. Door to
6.53m x 2.82m (21'5 x 9'3 )
with sliding patio doors to patio area. 3 windows to rear and velux window. Tongue and groove feature pine ceiling, radiator, feature exposed wall and door to annex.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
with an attractive slate display areas, airing cupboard and doors to
3.05m x 5.51m max dimensions (10' x 18'1 max dime
with windows to fore and rear. Radiator and tv point. Fitted bedroom furniture.
2.13m x 2.67m (7' x 8'9 )
comprising panelled bath with Triton shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush wc and heater towel rail. Fully tiled walls, shaver point and light. Window to rear.
3.99m x 4.09m max dimensions (13'1 x 13'5 max dime
with window to fore, fitted wardrobes and radiator. Wall lights.
3.15m x 3.89m (10'4 x 12'9 )
with window to rear (superb views over the garden and beyond), fitted wardrobes and radiator.
Heated by means of under floor heating from an oil fired boiler.
FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR TO
with airing cupboard and doors to
3.40m x 5.41m (11'2 x 17'9 )
with windows to rear and side. Telephone point and archway dividing
2.57m x 3.84m (8'5 x 12'7 )
comprising single drainer stainless steel unit, base units with built in electric cooker and 4 ring ceramic hob over. Integrated fridge freezer, Bosch dishwasher and breakfast bar. Tiled splash back, extractor fan, cooker point and door to car port.
4.27m x 3.56m (14' x 11'8 )
with window to side.
2.77m x 2.26m (9'1 x 7'5 )
offering easy access shower, low level flush wc, wash hand basin, extractor fan and obscured window.
2.13m x 2.62m max dimensions (7' x 8'7 max dimensi
comprising single drainer stainless steel sink unit, Worcester central heating boiler, plumbing for automatic washing machine and dryer. Extractor fan and eye level units.
2.64m x 3.45m (8'8 x 11'4 )
with window to fore and door to
comprising shower cubicle, wc and wash hand basin. Heater towel rail and extractor fan. Shaver point and light. Splash backs.
3.28m x 3.15m (10'9 x 10'4 )
currently a therapy room with window to fore.
Pedestrian path to front entrance door. Side gated tarmacadamed sweeping driveway leading to GENERAL PURPOSE OUTBUILDING and to the rear of the annex.
There is ample off road parking and turning areas.
To the side of the annex there is a large decked area with sunken trampoline and gazebo.
there are many various patio and bbq areas for the house and annex.
A large well stocked immediate grounds as highlighted in photograph.
7.62m x 16.76m max (24'11" x 54'11" max )
divided into 2 distinct areas. A useful garage or workshop.
LEAN TO GREEN HOUSE
CORRUGATED IRON SHED
The land in total amounts to approximately 11 acres or thereabouts. There are 2 gently sloping paddocks abutting the council road, a small lake with 2 islands which is situated to the rear of the dwelling with the boundary bordering a stream.
There are several alternate routes to the property, I would suggest the following for the first inspection.
From Aberystwyth take the A487 coastal trunk road north up Penglais road for approximately 2 miles before turning right towards Penrhyncoch (signposted). Proceed over the cross roads to Penrhyncoch (passing the university research centre) and proceed through the village ignoring all turning towards Bontgoch. At the T junction (near Pencwm farm) turn right and proceed for several miles and property can be seen in the village on the left hand side opposite the entrance to Welsh Water Treatment works.