Well situated at this former mining village, a commodious 3 /4 bedroomed detached house with annexe, integral garage and large garden.
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a commodious 3 /4 bedroomed detached house with annexe, integral garage and large garden
Ty Mynydd is in good order throughout which prospective purchasers will appreciate during their inspection. At present the Ground floor is part utilised as a self contained annexe but the property is also suited as a large family home. The large garden extends from the road over several terraces on to a top tier which is mainly woodland as highlighted in the drone photograph and on the plan.
The village of Pontrhydygroes is some 12 miles or so inland from the university and market town of Aberystwyth towards the upper reaches of the scenic Ystwyth Valley. There are limited local amenities at the village and the nearby village of Devils Bridge.
Aberystwyth is one of the largest towns in Mid Wales having a good range of both social, leisure and educational facilities to cater for the large local and student populations.
Mains electricity & water. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Double glazing. Vacuum cleaner system.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents: Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Strictly adhering to Covid-19 regulations.
Ty Mynydd provides for the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lend digital camera.
FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR TO
with stairs to first floor accommodation, tiled floor and radiator. Doors to
with radiator, linen cupboard and storage cupboard. Landing with doors to
6.27m x 3.48m (20'7 x 11'5)
comprising single drainer & single bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Good range of base and eye level units with breakfast bar incorporating a Rangemaster cooking range with electric double oven and 5 ring hob over. Stainless steel extractor hood, plate rack, plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher. Tiled floor, door and window to rear and double doors to
3.81m x 6.60m (12'6 x 21'8 )
with room heating range set on tiled hearth, windows to fore and side.
2.06m x 3.28m (6'9 x 10'9 )
comprising a Victorian style freestanding bath with mixer tap, low level flush wc, shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and heated towel rail. Extractor fan, tiled floor and obscured window to rear.
3.68m x 3.40m (12'1 x 11'2 )
with french doors to rear and radiator.
3.68m x 3.81m (12'1 x 12'6 )
with walk in wardrobe, window to fore and radiator.
Currently part utilised as an annexe.
3.10m x 3.53m (10'2 x 11'7 )
with window to fore.
3.07m x 3.56m (10'1 x 11'8 )
alternatively an office or playroom. No natural light.
2.49m x 2.34m (8'2 x 7'8 )
comprising shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and wc. Heated towel rail, tiled floor and extractor fan.
4.78m x 4.80m (15'8 x 15'9 )
with room heating range set on a slate hearth and window to fore.
SEPARATE SIDE ACCESS/ PORCH.
2.51m x 4.80m (8'3 x 15'9 )
comprising single drainer stainless steel sink unit, base units with appliance spaces and work tops over. Eye level units with extractor hood. Breakfast bar, part tiled, plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher. Cupboard housing the free standing Combi oil fired central heating boiler.
Private driveway to vehicular hard standing and turning area with access to
7.67m x 3.23m max (25'2 x 10'7 max )
with Silvelox up & over door, pedestrian door. Also housing the rainwater collection system with filter etc with the water recycled level unit.
The garden extends from the council road over different terraced levels to a triangular wooded area (see land registry plan). There are level garden areas immediately to the fore, side and rear. The garden in total extends to approximately ½ an acre.
There are several alternate routes to Ty Mynydd. For the first inspection take the A487 coastal trunk road south to Southgate. Branch left on to the A4120 Devils Bridge road and then immediately right onto the Pontrhydfendigaid road and proceed through New Cross to Abermagwr. Take the first turning left onto the Pontrhydygroes road (signposted) and proceed to the village. At the T Junction proceed right to the village (over bridge) passing the Miners Arms on your left. Take the next turning right (near Lisbourne Garage) and proceed for a ¼ of a mile and TyMynydd is on your left hand side denoted by a for sale board.