A smallholding comprising of a detached 3 bedroomed former school house, immediate grounds and land in all approximately 4 acres. (EER 13)
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of a detached 3 bedroomed former school house, immediate grounds and land in all approximately 4 acres.
The smallholding abuts the mains A44 trunk road some 2 miles from local amenities available at the village of Ponterwyd which include garage/ general stores, public house and primary school. The university and market town of Aberystwyth is some 10 miles or so travelling distance on the coast. The town has a good range of both local and national retailers in addition to major employers such as the University, National Library of Wales and Bronglais hospital.
Ysgoldy Llywernog was erected in 1867 and has been converted to provide for 3 bedroomed accommodation. There is ample room to extend the property subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained.
The immediate grounds consists of a vegetable garden, an area of soft fruit bushes, static caravan, stable/ animal shelter and numerous small animal enclosures.
The paddock is situated to the rear of the property and in addition to the main access there is also a further vehicular access to the property from the lane which also leads to the Silver Lead Mine Museum.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Solid fuel central heating. Immersion heater.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents; Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or email@example.com
Ysgoldy Llywernog provides for the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All image have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera.
FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR TO
with quarry tiled floor, stairs to first floor accommodation and doors to
3.76m x 3.23m (12'4 x 10'7 )
A brick fireplace housing solid fuel ray-burn which runs the central heating and heats the domestic hot water. Stainless steel sink unit, base unit with appliance spaces, eye units, quarry tiled floor and window to fore.
6.43m x 6.15m max dimensions (21'1 x 20'2 max dime
The room being L shaped in nature. A raised brick fireplace, original floor board, 3 radiators, windows to each side, wall lights and door to
2.16m x 3.51m (7'1 x 11'6)
with door to rear.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
with doors to
(no natural light) comprising shower cubicle with Mira shower, pedestal wash hand basin and wc. Radiator.
3.10m x 6.45m (10'2 x 21'2 )
with 2 velux windows, window to rear, laminated floor and radiator.
2.54m x 2.90m (8'4 x 9'6 )
(restricted head room), with velux window and laminated floor.
2.74m x 2.84m (9' x 9'4 )
(restricted head room) with velux window, laminated floor, radiator and part exposed beam.
There are two means of access from the trunk road especially useful with regards to stock management.
comprise animal shelter/ stable, small animal enclosures, static caravan, fruit bushes, vegetable garden, storage container etc.
The land is situated to the rear of the property being level to gently sloping in nature. There is a natural water source.
A large currently overgrown pond is situated on the eastern boundary.
From Aberystwyth take the A44 trunk road inland through Capel Bangor and Goginan to Llywernog, where Ysgoldy Llywernog is signposted on the left hand side before the Cafe which is a short distance further along on the right hand side. 2nd access to the property is opposite the Cafe.