£625,000 (Guide price)
Enjoying a glorious rural location with far-reaching views over the surrounding countryside, a well presented characterful detached three bedroomed house with 11 acres of land.
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Enjoying a glorious rural location with far-reaching views over the surrounding countryside, a well presented characterful detached three bedroomed house with some 11 acres of land.
Pantyrodyn is a registered smallholding located in the former mining village of Cwmystwyth nestles in the footings of the Cambrian mountains approximately 16 miles inland from Aberystwyth. The picturesque market town of Rhayader is only 15 miles inland approached over the scenic Mountain Road over Elan Valley from Cwmystwyth.
The property provides for well looked after and commodious accommodation as highlighted on the floorplan. The land provides for accessible clear pasture of about 11 acres divided into suitably sized enclosures for ease of management.
Local amenities are available at the nearby villages of Devils Bridge and Ponterwyd which include general stores/garage, public houses and primary school. Both Aberystwyth and Rhayader have a wide range of amenities to include national retailers and secondary schools.
Major employers at Aberystwyth include the university, National library of Wales and Bronglais Hospital. Rhayader is often regarded as the gateway to the Elan Valley, being a popular tourist attraction well known for the red kite feeding, and Nantyrarian Ponterwyd which is some 10 miles from Pantyrodyn.
Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents; Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or email@example.com
Pantyrodyn provides for the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera.
Mains electricity. Private UV filtered water (well) and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Fibre optic broadband to the property. Fully UPVC double glazed.
With slate flooring, radiator, large window overlooking the garden and doors to
1.86 x 0.95 (6'1" x 3'1")
With wc, wash hand basin, radiator and velux window. Stone flooring, tiled surrounding walls and spotlights.
With door to
1.89m x 1.87m (6'2" x 6'1" )
With stone flooring, base & eye level units with stainless steel sink. Velux window, appliance spaces and oil fired central heating boiler.
5.94m x 3.70m (19'5" x 12'1" )
Comprising wooden shaker style kitchen base and eye level units, fitted dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Belling Lpg gas cooking range with extractor fan hood above. 1 1/2 bowl sink with mixer tap and tiled splashback. Windows to front and French doors to garden with stunning views! Tiled flooring, radiators & spotlights.
Door to double garage.
5.53m x 4.46m (18'1" x 14'7" )
With multi fuel burner on stone hearth with original stone surrounding and feature wooden beam above. Under stairs storage cupboard, radiators and windows. Exposed ceiling beams. Stairs to first floor accommodation.
4.73m x 5.24m (15'6" x 17'2" )
With multi fuel burner on tiled hearth, exposed ceiling beams and storage cupboard. Windows and French doors to garden with again exquisite views.
First Floor Accommodation
With velux window, access to loft space, storage cupboards, airing cupboard and radiator. Doors to
3.13m x 3.45m (10'3" x 11'3" )
With radiator and dual aspect windows.
2.50m x 3.02m (8'2" x 9'10" )
With double walk in shower cubicle, tiled surrounding walls, wc, wash hand basin and laminate flooring. Extractor fan, radiator, heated towel rail and window.
3.37m x 2.36m (11'0" x 7'8" )
With radiator and window to side.
4.26m x 2.85m (13'11" x 9'4" )
With radiators and dual aspect windows with exceptional panoramic views.
Pantyrodyn is approached over a private driveway from the council maintained road leading to a large vehicular hardstanding and turning area. Double garage with up and over electric door, lighting and ample power points.
The land which amounts to 11 acres or thereabouts which appears in good heart mainly clean pasture with a good sized poly tunnel immediately to the rear of the property. The boundaries are all well fenced. The extent of the land is highlighted on the attached plan which is included with the sales particulars for identification purposes only.
The immediate garden enjoys a decked seating area with fine views and a pond with waterfall & rockery.
3.62m x 3.60m (each) (11'10" x 11'9" (each) )
With electricity and water.
From Aberystwyth proceed South to Penparcau before turning left on to the A4120 Devils Bridge road. Proceed to Devils Bridge turning right at Hafod Hotel to the B4574 to Cwmystwyth. Proceed uphill passing the Arch on your left hand side. Continue along the road past a turning to Hafod on your right. The road then bends to the right over a bridge and through an enclave of trees and continue along and downhill to the centre of Cwmystwyth. You will see a red telephone box on your right. Turn next left (this looks like a farmyard but is not). Continue up this road bearing to the left at first junction and continue for approximately another mile. Pant yr Odyn is on the right-hand side. The house name sign is on the right (with a chicken above name). Turn right over cattle grid and proceed up the drive.
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