Enjoying a slightly elevated location with superb views over the surrounding countryside, a semi detached 4 bedroomed traditional property in excellent order throughout with adjoining paddock (EER 44)
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with superb views over the surrounding countryside, a semi detached 4 bedroomed traditional property in excellent order throughout with adjoining paddock
The property has been modernised and provides for 4 bedroomed accommodation in a stunning location some 4 miles due south of the university and market town of Aberystwyth. Penrhiwgoch is situated within a short distance of the popular coastal path and has uninterrupted views inland towards the Cambrian mountains and beyond. Penrhiwgoch is semi-detached and abuts a quiet council maintained road for ease of access and as has the benefit of a paddock to the side in addition to a traditional outbuilding.
Local amenities are available nearby at Llanfarian to include primary school, village stores and places of worship. The university and market town of Aberystwyth is within 4 miles or so travelling distance. The town having a good range of amenities to cater for the large local and student populations.
The property has many original features to include inglenook fireplace with feature bread oven and exposed stone work which prospective purchasers will appreciate during their inspection. The property has been modernised throughout and provides for comfortable 4 bedroomed family accommodation.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. LPG gas fire central heating. Upvc double glazing.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents: Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Penrhiwgoch provides for the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera.
FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR TO
1.45m x 1.60m (4'9 x 5'3 )
with laminated floor, wall light and door to
5.18m x 5.61m min (17' x 18'5 min )
with 2 window to fore with views over the surrounding countryside, impressive inglenook fireplace housing a Morso log burning range and with a feature bread oven. Exposed stone walls and beams. 3 radiators, stairs to first floor accommodation, exposed wooden floor and door to
5.21m x 4.06m (17'1 x 13'4 )
a modern suite comprising 1½ sink unit with mixer tap, a range of base units with wine rack and appliance spaces. Worktops, tiled splash backs and cooker point. Eye level units with stainless steel extractor hood, windows to fore and side. Door to side. Radiator and tiled floor.
2.59m x 1.42m (8'6 x 4'8 )
with worktops, laminated floor, storage cupboard, plumbing for automatic washing machine and dryer. Window to rear and door to
3.05m x 2.31m (10' x 7'7 )
comprising low level flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle with Redring shower, windows to rear and side. Part tiled walls, shaver point and light. Radiator.
2.57m x 4.34m (8'5 x 14'3 )
with exposed wooden floor, radiator and window to rear and side.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
(a possible study area) with doors to
2.46m x 4.11m (8'1 x 13'6 )
with fitted cupboard, window to fore with fine views and radiator.
3.10m x 2.77m (10'2 x 9'1 )
with recess wardrobe, window to fore with fine views, tongue and groove pine ceiling and radiator.
4.17m x 4.09m (13'8 x 13'5 )
with window to fore and side with fine views and radiator. Access to roof space.
2.67m x 3.05m (8'9 x 10' )
with window to rear and side. Radiator.
2.01m x 1.85m min (6'7 x 6'1 min )
comprising panelled bath with mixer tap, low level flush wc, low level flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin and obscured window glazed window to rear. Radiator and towel rail.
3.66m x 5.11m (12' x 16'9 )
being the former cow shed.
GARDEN UTILITY SHED
3.68m x 2.97m (12'1 x 9'9 )
immediately to the fore and with a further vehicular access leading to
and turning area to the side of the property.
the paddock is situated to the side of the property being approximately ½ acre of gently sloping ground.
From Aberystwyth take the A487 coastal trunk road south to the Rhydyfelin Crossroads, turn right and proceed along the road over the bridge (passing the church on the left hand side) around the hair pin bend, taking the next turning right towards Morfa Bychan and continue for about ½ mile where Penrhiwgoch can be seen on the right hand side.