A stunning 5 bedroomed detached house with 3 acres of land, grounds and outbuilding situated just off the coastal road with country views convenient to the main A487 trunk road. (EER 59)
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house with 3 acres of land, grounds and outbuildings situated just off the coastal road with country views convenient to the main A487 trunk road.
The property accommodates for a large open plan kitchen/dining/living area, sunroom, sitting room, office and downstairs wc on the ground floor. 3 double bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor. 2 bedrooms and 2 en suites on the second floor. Externally, there is a vehicular hard standing surrounding the property, a large converted outbuilding and approximately 3 acres of land and grounds.
Rhydowen is a modern home which was recently refurbished. The property is situated on the outskirts of the village of Llanarth which is convenient to local amenities such as a garage, local shop and public house. The nearby coastal town Aberaeron which is some 5 miles due North is well known for it’s selection of restaurants, cafe’s and local retailers. Lampeter and Aberystwyth are both also within short travelling distance and the pretty coastal village of New Quay is also nearby.
Mains electric. Private water and drainage.
LPG Gas under floor heating on ground and first floor.
Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents Aled Ellis & Co Ltd, 16 Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion SY23 1NP 01970 626160 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhydowen provides for the following accommodation. All rooms dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken by a wide angle lens digital camera.
Double doors into
With wooden flooring, under the stairs storage cupboard, stairs to first floor. Doors to
2.55m x 1.79m (8'4" x 5'10" )
With window to fore.
1.5m x 1.07 (4'11" x 3'6" )
With tiled flooring, pedestal wash hand basin, corner fitted wc.
2.76m x 3.1m (9'0" x 10'2" )
With window to fore and electric points.
OPEN PLAN MODERN KITCHEN / LIVING AREA
5.47m x 4.91m (maximum dimensions) (17'11" x 16
Range of modern fitted base and eye level units, lpg gas hobs and electric oven and grill built into wall. Extractor fan, tiled splash backs and enamel sink with mixer tap.
Island with breakfast bar, and fitted base cupboards, tiled flooring, built in pantry. Window to rear & side.
1m x 2.2m (3'3" x 7'2" )
With ample storage cupboards, built in appliance spaces. Door to external side.
3.85m x 4.55m (12'7" x 14'11" )
With built in space for television, electric points, entrance to
2.24m x 3.53m (7'4" x 11'6" )
Windows and French doors to rear
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
With window to fore, stairs to second floor and doors to
2.86 x 3.55m (9'4" x 11'7" )
With window to side and built in wardrobe.
5.75 x 1.81m (18'10" x 5'11" )
With windows to side, bath (not plumbed in), wc, walk in double shower with screen and tiled surround. Wash hand basin, heated towel rail, Jack and Jill doors and tiled flooring.
3.92m x 4.0m (12'10" x 13'1" )
With window to fore, two built in double wardrobes and door to bathroom.
2.83m x 3.60m (9'3" x 11'9" )
With window to fore and built in wardrobe.
SECOND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
2.75m x 4.42 (9'0" x 14'6" )
With window to side and entrance to
(plumbing there, nothing fitted)
4.71m x 4.4m (maximum dimensions) (15'5" x 14'5"
With window to side, airing cupboard and entrance to
1.91m x 1.78m (6'3" x 5'10" )
With wc, wash hand basin and panelled bath.
Leading to the property from the main A487 Is a privately owned (and maintained by the neighbouring property) tarmacadmed road which Rhydowen has a right of way over to the property.
Vehicular hard standing with ample parking surrounding the property with lawn garden areas.
This large outbuilding has been converted from a stable to a home office. With electrics and plumbing connected.
The land/grounds amounts to 3 acres or thereabouts adjoining the stream (see plans attached).
From Aberystwyth take the A487 coastal trunk road south for approximately 16 miles to Aberaeron, proceed through the town an through the villages Ffos-Y-Ffin and Llanarth ignoring all turnings. Proceed for a further mile and the turning to Rhydowen is on your right (signposted Berthlwyd). If you've reached Synod Inn you've travelled too far.