A rare opportunity has arisen to acquire a listed detached property in the scenic Llyfnant Valley on the Ceredigion Montgomeryshire border comprising a 3 bedroomed traditional house together with large garden (EER N/A)
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a listed detached property in the scenic Llyfnant Valley on the Ceredigion Montgomeryshire border comprising a 3 bedroomed traditional house together with large garden
Glanafon as the name implies abuts the river Llyfnant in a picture postcard setting close to the Ceredigion Montgomeryshire boundary. Glanafon is a Grade 2 (voluntary) listed property. We believe Glanafon was once two dwellings which were utilised as Tea rooms during the Victorian era. The property has been well cared for by the vendors and is well worthy of inspection, as are the delightful grounds which borders the river and are in fact intersected by a small tributary of the river with a foot bridge across to the property.
Glanafon can be approached from a southerly direction up the beautiful Llyfnant valley from Glandyfi or for the first inspection I would suggest the more accessible route to Glaspwll (signposted) which is just north of the village of Derwenlas, a mile to the south of Machynlleth.
Machynlleth is often referred to as the 'Gateway to Wales' having a large number of interesting local retailers and a weekly market. The university and market town of Aberystwyth is some 20 miles or so travelling distance to the south. The town having major employers such as the University, National Library of Wales and Bronglais hospital in addition to many cultural activities.
The RSPB nature reserve at Ynyshir and the coastal villages of Borth and Aberdyfi are also within a relatively short travelling distance.
Mains electricity. Private water and drainage. Heating by means of night storage heaters.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents: Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or email@example.com
Glanafon provides for the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera.
with part coloured and leaded feature leading to
3.68m x 5.31m (12'1 x 17'5 )
with a most attractive inglenook style fireplace with multi-fuel room heating range, slate floor, windows to fore and rear. Stairs to first floor accommodation, Sunhouse night storage heater, exposed beamed ceiling and door to
3.99m x 5.54m (13'1 x 18'2 )
with inglenook style open fireplace with slate hearth and feature bread oven, french doors to rear garden and window to fore. Slate floor, exposed beamed ceiling, recess half glazed cupboard, night storage heater and secondary stair- case to first floor accommodation.
with quarry tiled floor, window to rear, night storage heater, ceiling lights, recess cupboard and door to
1.83m x 2.44m (6' x 8' )
comprising Victorian style bath with Triton shower over. Wash hand basin, low level flush wc, night storage heater, quarry tiled floor, extractor fan and obscured window to side.
4.17m x 2.67m (13'8 x 8'9 )
comprising a range of base units incorporating a electric ceramic hob and separate oven. Concealed washing machine and dishwasher. Work tops over, tiled splash backs and ceiling lights. 2 eye level units. 1½ bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, night storage heater, quarry tiled floor, windows to fore and side. Door to fore.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
leading up to
with linen cupboard and doors to
4.01m x 5.49m (13'2 x 18' )
with windows to fore and rear. Exposed A frame beams and part exposed stone wall. Night storage heater.
3.73m x 4.27m (12'3 x 14' )
with 2 windows to rear, exposed stone wall, fitted wardrobe, and night storage heater.
FROM THE SITTING ROOM SECONDARY STAIR CASE TO
4.04m x 5.38m (13'3 x 17'8 )
with exposed A frame beams, windows to fore and rear. Night storage heater, part panelled and part exposed stone walls.
Useful vehicular hard standing area on the other side of the road.
with an abundance of shrubs, trees etc with 2 garden sheds and foot bridge over the river to the property.
predominately laid to lawn bordering the river. Well stocked with shrubs and fruit trees. Greenhouse. Corrugated iron shed. Etc.
For the first inspection we would suggest the following. From Aberystwyth take the A487 coastal trunk road north for approximately 16 miles, turning right to Glaspwll a mile or so north of the village of Derwenlas. Take the 2nd turning left (sharp bend) turning right at the T junction to Glaspwll and Glanafon is the first property on the right hand side just after the bridge. OS Grid ref: SH73929751