Enjoying a tranquil elevated location with views over the Dyfi Estuary, a detached traditional 3 bedroomed property together with approximately 1 acre of grounds (EER 35)
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with views over the Dyfi Estuary, a detached traditional 3 bedroomed property together with approximately 1 acre of grounds
Hafod Bach is totally private yet is easily accessible to the main A487 coastal trunk road on the outskirts of Furnace, the village being situated some 12 miles due north of Aberystwyth and some 6 miles due south of Machynlleth. Both the afore mentioned towns have a good range of amenities to include banks and secondary schools. There are delightful walks near by including Artists Valley and the Wales Coast path. For wildlife enthusiasm, Dyfi Osprey Project RSPB Ynyshir and Ynyslas Nature Reserve are close at hand, as are the coastal resorts of Borth and Aberdyfi. The Dyfi estuary itself has Biosphere status.
Hafod Bach is approached over a private driveway and the large grounds are well stocked with trees and shrubs. We include with these particulars a plan showing the extent of the boundaries. The dormer style bungalow is well presented throughout with 2 bedrooms on the first floor, one of which has panoramic views over the Dyfi estuary and beyond. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a privately situated property but with regular access to a regular bus service to the trunk road with well presented accommodation with room to extend subject to the necessary consent being obtained.
Freehold with vacant possession on completion
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Economy 7 heating.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agent – Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hafod Bach provides for the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera.
The property is of traditional construction having masonry walls with brick elevations under a pitched tiled roof.
STABLE STYLE SIDE ENTRANCE DOOR TO
with a range of kitchen cupboards.
4.50m x 2.31m (14'9 x 7'7 )
comprising a range of base and eye level units with integrated stainless steel 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap, plumbing for automatic washing machine, tiled splash backs, tiled floor and cooker point.
4.62m x 5.05m (15'2 x 16'7 )
with a gas fire set in fireplace, large picture window to rear and storage heater. Glazed door to
3.66m x 2.06m (12' x 6'9 )
with tiled floor, picture windows with views over the Dysi Estuary and beyond.
with storage heater and doors to
comprising a modern white suite with double grip panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, wc and heated towel rail. Airing cupboard with insulated cylinder and slatted shelving.
3.73m x 5.28m (12'3 x 17'4 )
with wash hand basin, storage heater window to side and window to rear.
with external door to front garden. Staircase to first floor accommodation and under stairs storage cupboard.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
with velux roof light, storage heater .
comprising a white suite with shower cubicle with electric shower unit, pedestal wash hand basin and Sainiflow wc.
4.80m x 3.35m (15'9 x 11' )
A light room with stunning estuary views. Under eaves storage. Access to
over sun room with stunning views.
2.01m x 3.43m (6'7 x 11'3 )
Window to rear. Under eaves storage.
The property is approached over a stoned hardcore driveway through mature woodland to private grounds, at its conclusion a turning area with paths leading to the property. Either side of the driveway, lawned gardens with mature shrubs, fruit/ vegetable garden and a concealed septic tank unit.
To the rear of the property further shrubs, trees etc
currently utilised as a garden stores/ work shop.
With adjacent lean to stores/ log shed, external cold water tap. Further lawned gardens with mature hedgerow and post and panel fencing.
A raised timber decked area taking advantage of the superb views over the Dyfi estuary and beyond.
The lawn gardens are well maintained with various flowering borders and a wide variety of shrubs and plants giving colour throughout the season.
MAP OF THE LAND
From Aberystwyth take the A487 coastal trunk road north up Penglais Hill through the villages of Bow St, Talybont and Taliesin and Tre'r Ddol. On approaching Furnace turn right after the hairpin bend opposite the entrance to the farm on the left, if you reach Furnace you have gone too far. A for sale sign denoted the property, continue along the tarmacadamed private road way taking the first left, Hafod Bach name plate is shown at the entrance of the driveway, continue through the woodland to the property.