A well situated smallholding comprising of a traditional 3 bedroomed farmhouse, outbuildings ripe for conversion together with approximately 35 acres of land (EER 53)
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comprising of a traditional 3 bedroomed farmhouse, outbuildings ripe for conversion together with approximately 35 acres of land.
We are pleased to have received instructions to offer for sale this well positioned smallholding situated in open countryside with far reaching views over Cardigan Bay. The farmhouse has been refurbished and extended on the ground floor and benefits from oil fired central heating and provides for a comfortable 3 bedroomed family accommodation.
The traditional cowshed on the homestead have recently been re-roofed and are ripe for conversion subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained.
The land is all accessible, the majority of which is capable of hay or silage making.
The property is situated on the outskirts of Trefenter which is a small rural village on the foothills of Mynydd Fach some 12 miles or so due south of the University and Market town of Aberystwyth.
Maes Crug is situated at OS Grid Ref: SN59466848 some 250 metres above sea level. Limited local amenities are available at the near by village of Llangwyryfon to include primary school and village shop.
Aberystwyth has a good range of both local and national retailers in addition to both social, leisure and educational facilities.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. UPVC double glazing.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents; Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or email@example.com
Maes Crug provides for the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera.
Maes Crug is a registered smallholding (CPH NO 55/268/0092). There are some entitlements available by negotiation.
DOUBLE DOORS TO
1.96m x 4.78m (6'5 x 15'8 )
with Dimplex room heater and window to side. Feature exposed beams, ceiling lights and door to
1.12m x 4.34m (3'8 x 14'3 )
Fittings are in place for a wet room area, plumbing for automatic washing machine. Dimplex heater.
with stairs to first floor accommodation, tiled floor and radiator. Door to
3.40m x 3.96m max (11'2 x 13' max )
comprising solid fuel Rayburn, Belfast sink with mixer tap, worktops, appliance spaces, Range-master electric & gas cooking range, large Samsung free-standing fridge freezer, door to rear porch, radiator and door to
3.35m x 2.97m (11' x 9'9 )
with doors to side, exposed wooden floor and radiator.
4.78m x 4.17m max dimensions (15'8 x 13'8 max dim
with tiled fireplace with slate hearth and recess cupboard to side. TV / display shelving, window to side and radiator.
1.91m x 4.27m (6'3 x 14')
with window to side, radiator and shelving.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
with radiator and doors to
3.25m x 2.31m (10'8 x 7'7 )
with window to side and cupboard.
2.03m x 3.35m max dimensions (6'8 x 11 max dimens
with the room being L shaped in nature. Window to side and radiator.
3.56m x 4.14m max dimensions (11'8 x 13'7 max dim
with window to side, radiator and electric heater.
2.31m x 3.12m (7'7 x 10'3 )
comprising panelled bath, large Dolphin porcelain shower cubicle with Triton, wash hand basin and radiator.
12.19m x 4.57m (40' x 15')
under a new slated roof with adjoining
4.57m x 4.57m (15' x 15' )
This range is ripe for conversion to additional accommodation or holiday unit, subject to the necessary planning consent being obtained.
MODERN GARDEN SHED
3.35m x 3.05m (11' x 10' )
CORRUGATED IRON LOOSE BOXES
The land is shown edged in red on the plan provided, and amount in total to 14.12 hectares or 34.87 acres. The area of the various enclosures are listed on the schedule of acreages.
The majority of the land is suitable for hay or silage making and well worthy of inspection.
SCHEDULE OF ACREAGES
PLAN OF THE LAND
From Aberystwyth take the A487 coastal trunk road south to Llanfarian, turn left onto the A485 Tregaron road and proceed for a mile or so to Abermad. Turn right after the bridge onto the B4576 Llangwyryfon road and proceed through the village towards Bethania ignoring all turning, around a sharp bend (Esgair farm) and up the hill for a further ½ mile before turning left onto the Trefenter road. Proceed a short distance along this road and take the first turning left down the track leading to Maes Crug.