A well positioned detached traditional 2/3 bedroomed house in need of modernisation together with stone outbuilding which may be suitable for conversion subject to the necessary consents together with approximately 1½ acre of land. (EER 27)
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A well positioned detached traditional 2/3 bedroomed house in need of modernisation together with Stone outbuilding which may be suitable for conversion subject to the necessary consents together with approximately 1½ acre of land.
We have recently received instructions to offer for sale this character property which is in need of refurbishment. Glanwern is situated in a rural location on the outskirts of the village of Penuwch. abutting the B4577 road on the juncture of the road heading to Bontnewydd. The property offers plenty of character which is visible on inspection. The land is located to the rear of the property with small sized fenced enclosure gently sloping in nature. There are also fruit tree’s, tree’s and shrubs. This is a fine opportunity therefore to develop this traditional smallholding which is offered for sale.
Limited local amenities are available at Penuwch and the nearby village of Cross Inn to include general stores and public houses.. The university and market town of Aberystwyth is some 15 miles travelling distance to the north and the market town of Tregaron is some 6 miles travelling distance in land. Both the aforementioned towns have a good range of facilities to include banks and secondary schools. Glanwern is also convenient to the market town of Lampeter to the south and also to the Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron on the coast.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage.
Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents; Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Glanwern provides for the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera.
SOLID ENTRANCE FRONT DOOR TO
with under stairs storage and doors to
with parquet flooring, window to fore and doors to
3.15m x 2.54m (10'4 x 8'4)
with parquet flooring, radiator and window to rear.
4.80m x 2.67m (15'9 x 8'9 )
comprising of stainless steel sink with mixer tap, base units with appliance spaces. Cooker point, radiator, feature beams, wooden floor and windows to fore and rear.
Back to reception Hallway door to
4.80m x 4.19m (15'9 x 13'9 )
with brick fireplace with multi fuel stove, feature ‘Davies of Ammanford’ bread oven, radiator, feature beams, windows to fore and rear. Door to stairs to first floor accommodation and door and steps to
3.78m x 4.93m (12'5 x 16'2 )
with entrance door to fore, feature beams, windows to fore and rear. Radiator. OIl fired central heating boiler (not tested) & boiler controls.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
to the left small steps to
with velux window and door to
4.95m x 2.67m max (16'3 x 8'9 max)
with built in storage cupboards, radiator and window to fore and rear.
2.18m x 2.46m max (7'2 x 8'1 max)
with radiator and window to fore. Limited head space.
Back to Split landing steps to the right
with storage cupboards, airing cupboard with copper hot water cylinder. Doors to
2.16m x 2.36m (7'1 x 7'9 )
comprising bath, wash hand basin in vanity unit and wc. Obscured window to fore, access to airing cupboard and pull light switch.
2.34m x 4.90m (7'8 x 16'1)
with feature beams, velux window and windows to fore and rear.
Gated access to gravelled drive to
4.60m x 5.49m (15'1 x 18' )
with power connected and door to rear.
4.65m x 9.19m (15'3 x 30'2 )
with power connected and part loft over. This building is ripe for conversion subject to the necessary consents being obtained.
To the fore of the property there are area’s of mature tree’s, shrubs and small lawned areas.
To the rear of the property there are immediate lawned garden with mature shrubs and tree’s. Cold water tap and oil tank.
In total the property is set within 1½ acre of ground. Approximately 1 acre or thereabouts is useful as a pony paddock/ enclosure (presently partly fenced) Mature trees, shrubs and fruit tree’s.
From Aberystwyth proceed south on the A487 coastal trunk road to Llanrhystud. Just after the Black Lion pub and immediately after the bridge in Llanrhystud, turn left onto the B4337 road and proceed to the village of Cross Inn. At the crossroads turn left and proceed through Bethania to Penuwch. Proceed through the village towards Tyncelyn passing the public house (Penuwch Inn) on the right hand side. Glanwern can be seen on the right hand side almost immediately on the juncture turning to Bontnewydd.