In superb condition throughout, a semi detached Edwardian 3 bedroomed house retaining original features with front and rear garden (EER 55)
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a semi detached Edwardian 3 bedroomed house retaining original features with front and rear garden
Rhyd Y Mor is situated in the heart of Penparcau just off the main thoroughfare and is but a mile from Aberystwyth town centre. Penparcau provides for good range of local amenities to include general stores, post office and primary school. The university and market town of Aberystwyth has under gone considerable re-development over recent years especially in the retail sector. Further re-developments is also ear marked especially along Park Avenue.
Rhyd Y Mor has been tastefully restored by the vendors and provides for comfortable 3 bedroomed family accommodation. Rhyd Y Mor was once the home of Gwenallt, who won the bardd chair at the National Eisteddfod of Wales in Swansea 1926. In fact the attic room was used by the poet as his study.
All mains services are connected.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents; Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or email@example.com
Rhyd Y Mor provides for the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera.
with decorative glass feature leading to
4.14m x 1.91m (13'7 x 6'3 )
with under stairs storage cupboard and under stairs coat hanging area, tiled floor, stairs to first floor accommodation, radiator and telephone point. Doors to
4.62m x 3.76m max dimensions to bay window (15'2
with an attractive feature fire place with wooden mantel and surround. Exposed wooden floor and radiator.
2.29m x 2.64m (7'6 x 8'8 )
comprising single bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, base units with work tops over and tiled splash backs. Eye level units, former fire place housing the electric cooker with a 4 ring gas hob over, inset lights, small breakfast bar, tiled floor and appliance spaces.
1.60m x 2.59m max dimensions (5'3 x 8'6 max dime
inclusive of wc, plumbing for automatic washing machine and wash hand basin with mirror mixer tap.
3.86m x 3.15m (12'8 x 10'4 )
with original open tiled fireplace with wooden mantel and surround, wall light, radiator and access to
2.59m x 2.54m (8'6 x 8'4 )
with window to rear. This room would also be suitable as an office.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
with original features comprising a stain glass window. Airing cupboard housing the wall mounted Worcester gas fired central heating boiler. Ladder access to
4.57m x 4.27m max dimensions (15' x 14' max dime
with part sloping head room and velux window. Potential for further developments subject to the necessary consents being obtained.
3.73m x 2.87m (12'3 x 9'5 )
with original cast iron and tiled fireplace with mantel mirror over, radiator and window to rear.
3.40m x 4.78m max dimensions to bay window (11'2
with exposed wooden floor, feature fireplace and radiator.
2.26m x 2.21m (7'5 x 7'3 )
with window to fore.
1.57m x 1.88m (5'2 x 6'2 )
comprising panelled bath with mixer tap, pedestal wash hand basin, fully tiled walls, heater towel rail and pull light switch.
with part tiled walls, tiled floor, pull light and obscured window to rear.
Vehicular hard standing to fore with gated access and path leading to front entrance door.
The front garden is well laid out with lawn, shrubs and patio area.
Side pedestrian path leading to the enclosed rear garden with summerhouse, lawn and garden shed.
A good example of a Aberystwyth victorian dwelling being carefully restored by the vendors to provide for comfortable family accommodation. The grounds of which are also well looked after with the advantage of off road parking.
From Aberystwyth to the A487 coastal trunk road south through Trefechan to Penparcau. At the village turn left immediately before the butchers shop, ignore the first turning left (Brynystwyth estate) and Rhyd Y Mor is almost immediately on your left hand side.
will note a plaque to the Bardd Gwenallt on the front elevation.