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  • RECEPTION HALLWAY
  • LIVING ROOM
  • PANTRY
  • DINING ROOM
  • KITCHEN
  • BEDROOM 1
  • BEDROOM 3
  • STORE ROOM/ THROUGH BEDROOM
  • BEDROOM 4
  • BEDROOM 5
  • EXTERNALLY
  • 4 BAY HAY BARN
  • WOODLAND
  • LAND PLAN
  • THE LAND
  • DIRECTIONS
  • LOCATION PLAN

Rhiwgwraidd Rhosygarth

£350,000
(Guide price)

Status

Available

Property Agent

Aled Ellis

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Reference: S18/039

Overview

A well positioned, approximately 5-acre smallholding comprising of a commodious detached traditional 5 bedroomed farmhouse with original features together with 2 traditional ranges ripe for conversion (EER 18)

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Description

comprising a commodious detached traditional 5 bedroomed farmhouse with original features, together with 2 traditional ranges ripe for conversion.

Rhiwgwraidd is situated at OS Grid ref: SN64417176 abutting the main A485 Aberystwyth to Tregaron road. Rhiwgwraidd is approximately 200 metres above sea level with a beautiful outlook to the fore towards Lledrod and beyond. The village of Llanilar, which is 3 miles travelling distance, provides local amenities including a shop, primary school and public house, and the university and market town of Aberystwyth is but 9 miles travelling distance on the coast. Aberystwyth is a vibrant university and market town with a large local and student populations. The town has a good range of both local and national retailers on the high street in additional to the edge of town departmental stores. The market town of Tregaron is some 10 miles in-land and in addition there is some wonderful scenery nearby. There is a bridle path near Crosswood and access to the cycle path.

The large farmhouse, which is in need of some modernisation, retains many original features such as wonderful Inglenook fireplace, slate floors, exposed beams and servants staircase to first-floor accommodation. The traditional ranges have been well looked after and are ripe for conversion to living accommodation, subject to the necessary consents being obtained. The land in total amounts to 4.5 acres or thereabouts, comprising an area of woodland and a level enclosure, which is well stocked with trees and shrubs.

Tenure:

Freehold

Services:

Mains and private water sources, mains electricity, private drainage. Calor gas central heating.

Viewing:

Strictly by appointment with the selling agents: Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or sales@aledellis.com

The House

Rhiwgwraidd provides the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera

HALF GLAZED FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR TO

Porch

with half glazed entrance door to

Reception Hallway

with stairs to first-floor accommodation, slate floor, radiator and doors to

Sitting Room

2.64m x 2.24m (8'8 x 7'4 )

with exposed wooden floor, multi-fuel stove, window to fore and radiator.

Living Room

4.57m x 5.51m (15' x 18'1 )

with a most attractive 18th Century Inglenook fireplace with feature bread oven and shelving over. Under stairs storage cupboard, exposed beam ceiling, slate floor, 2 radiators and window to fore.

Inner Hallway

with doors to

Dining Room

4.04m x 2.57m (13'3 x 8'5 )

with terrazzo tiled floor, door to side, internal window to the kitchen, exposed beam ceiling, and radiator.

Pantry

4.11m x 2.54m (13'6 x 8'4 )

with terrazzo tiled floor, window through to the kitchen and window to side.

Kitchen

2.79m x 5.97m (9'2 x 19'7 )

comprising single bowl double drainer sink unit, secondary servants stairs case to first floor accommodation, terrazzo tiled floor, door and windows to rear and side, radiator and internal windows to pantry and dining room. Cooker point.

Bathroom

1.93m x 2.84m (6'4 x 9'4 )

comprising separate area with wc and wash hand basin. Panelled bath with shower over, radiator and towel rail.

FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION

Landing

with access to roof space and doors to

Bedroom 1

2.64m x 5.41m (8'8 x 17'9 )

with a multi-fuel stove, exposed wooden floor, and radiator. Window to fore with fine views over the surrounding countryside.

Bedroom 2

1.96m x 3.23m (6'5 x 10'7)

with radiator and window to fore with lovely views over the surrounding countryside.

Bedroom 3

3.43m x 5.49m (11'3 x 18' )

with exposed wooden floor, radiator and window to fore with views over the surrounding countryside.

Lean-to Former Servants Quarters

with restricted head room comprising

Store Room/ Through Bedroom

4.39m x 2.59m (14'5 x 8'6 )

with secondary staircase from ground floor, exposed wooden floor and doors to

Bedroom 4

2.64m x 2.57m (8'8 x 8'5 )

with part sloping head room, exposed wooden floor, radiator and window to side.

Bedroom 5

2.79m x 2.54m (9'2 x 8'4 )

with part sloping head room, exposed wooden floor, radiator and window to side.

EXTERNALLY

Gated Access

off the council maintained road leading to

Large Vehicular Hard Standing

with ample turning areas.

Traditional Range 1

5.21m x 14.33m (17'1 x 47' )

(see photograph) being a former cow shed with former pigsties adjoining and

LEAN-TO LOOSE BOXES

14.33m x 3.05m (47' x 10' )

Traditional Range 2

14.33m x 5.49m (47' x 18' )

comprising of former stables with original stable partitions and cobbled floor with 2 doors and windows to fore. Loft over.

FEED STORE

7.32m x 5.49m (24' x 18' )

Cart House

4.88m x 5.49m (16' x 18')

with loft over.

MORE RECENT GENERAL PURPOSE OUTBUILDING ADJOINING

4.27m x 6.10m (14' x 20')

4 BAY HAY BARN

GREENHOUSE

Attached Garage

to farmhouse

Woodland

Immediately to the rear of range 2 there is an area of woodland abutting the A485 Tregaron road.

The Land

The enclosure is situated to the side of Rhiwgwraidd being level to gently sloping in nature approximately amounting too 4.51 acres, with an abundance of various flowers, shrubs and trees from around the world, and 2 ponds, and is a haven for wildlife and high in conservation value.

LAND PLAN

Directions

From Aberystwyth take the A487 coastal trunk road south through Llanfarian, turn left onto the Tregaron road and proceed through Llanilar towards Lledrod for a further 2 miles before turning left at the mini cross roads and Rhiwgwraidd is immediately on your left.

LOCATION PLAN

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