4 bedroom smallholding for sale

Llanrhystud

Guide Price 2,046 sq. ft. | £650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Bed House
  • 2 Bed Coach House
  • Stone & Slate Construction
  • Approx. 8 acres
  • Workshop
  • 2 Meadow Fields
  • Double Garage
  • Mile to village
  • Mains Electric & Water
  • Private Drainage

Full description

STANDING IN ABOUT 8 ACRES OF LAND IS THIS IMPOSING 4 BEDROOM GENTLEMAN'S RESIDENCE OF GREAT CHARM AND CHARACTER. TOGETHER WITH IT'S STONE AND SLATE CONVERTED COACH HOUSE AND ANOTHER EVEN LARGER BUILDING READY FOR CONVERSION. LOVELY HARD LANDSCAPED GROUNDS WITH LARGE LAWNS, KITCHEN GARDEN AND A DOUBLE GARAGE, PLUS A HOME PADDOCK TO THE FRONT AND TWO EXTREMELY PRETTY RIVERSIDE MEADOWS SURROUNDED BY MATURE TREES AND COMPLETELY STOCK FENCED. JUST A MILE OUTSIDE THE VILLAGE OF LLANRHYSTUD ON THE CARDIGAN BAY COAST. THE PROPERTY IS IN EXCELLENT ORDER AND OFFERED WITH NO FORWARD CHAIN.

Directions - From Aberaeron take the A487 North to Llanrhystud, continue through the village round a sharp right bend and take the next right turn towards the village school. Then turn immediately left and follow the lane out in to the countryside. Velindre Villa will be found on the left hand side after about 3/4 mile

The Property - Velindre Villa is a stone and slate Gentleman's Residence dating back to the mid 1800's. When it was the owners house for the surrounding woolen mill. It has been modernized over the year and now comprising probably one of the nicest properties of its type currently available on the market.
With timber doors throughout and high quality double glazed sash windows. Care has been taken to provide all the comforts of modern living in a period home

Front Entrance - to the main Hallway is via the original solid wooden front door with a square light over,

Hallway - Central to the house with staircase the the first floor, with a window on the half landing

Living Room - 3.91m x 3.40m (12'10 x 11'2) - a beautifully proportioned room with the original fireplace in which now sits an LP Gas fire - an open fire could easily be reinstated The large bay window overlooks the front garden

Sitting Room - 3.66m x 3.35m (12' x 11') - with another elegant original fireplace and bay window.

Kitchen - 5.26m x 2.29m (17'3 x 7'6) - A carefully planned cooks kitchen, fitted with a range of white base and wall units, including a built in dresser, Electric Double Oven, Lp gas hob under an extractor hood.. Integrated Fridge and Freezer. A generous pantry built in the under stairs cupboard. Worcester Oil fired boiler.

Dining Room - 3.28m x 2.79m (10'9 x 9'2) - A lovely room with a real period feel, the fireplace houses a log burning stove with a built-in cupboard to one side and a window in to the Conservatory.

Conservatory - In two separate interlinked parts, the larger directly on to the back of the house with and adjoining Shower Room, and a further conservatory in which to relax and enjoy the evening sun. Built of white Upvc double glazing with a glazed roof in the Victorian style, double doors open in to the courtyard beyond

Wet Room - With toilet, wash hand basin and double shower cubicle. Fully tiled

First Floor - To a landing with access to the storage loft over

Family Bathroom - 2.84m x 1.47m (9'4 x 4'10) - With a white bathroom suite, bath with electric Mira shower over, toilet, wash hand basin, tiled walls and floors

Master Bedroom - 3.33m x 3.28m (10'11 x 10'9) - Facing the rear and overlooking the gardens and fields beyond. A range fitted wardrobes with dressing table.

Master En-Suite - 2.74m x 1.68m (9' x 5'6) - With toilet, wash hand basin and a corner shower cubicle and fully tiled walls

The Cream Room - Bed Two - 35.36m x 3.40m (116' x 11'2) - Front facing with lovely views over the home paddock and gardens to the surrounding countryside

The Burgundy Room Bed Three - 3.40m x 3.25m (11'2 x 10'8) - again front facing with the super rural views

The Lavender Room, Bed Four - A delightful large single bedroom.

The House Gardens - To the rear of the main house and leading off the main courtyard drive are the private rear gardens of the main house. Beautifully hard landscaping with a mixture of surface mediums, from slate slabs to block paviers and stones. A central island leads to a path that winds gently upwards to a seating area. All surrounded by flower and shrub borers, herb garden and stone walls. Planned for ease of maintenance with exceptional beauty, peace and calm.

The Side Rose Walk - To the side of the house is a rose walk and flower border, planted with beautiful Flowers and Shrubs and leading to the front of the house

Front Garden - Walled in stone and laid to lawn with flower borders to the front of the house with climbing roses around the door. Side borders with flowering shrubs and bushes. Beyond which lies the kitchen garden and a further lawn, leading to the Home paddock

The Home Paddock - Lying to the front of the main house and the cottage. Well fenced and gated, extending to about an acre of pretty permanent pasture

Main Court Yard - Laid to tarmac and with plenty of parking spaces. Leading to

Double Garage - the only modern construction, providing ample room for two cars plus a workshop area with power and lighting and a double roller shutter door

Coach House Cottage - Converted from the Coach house and its adjoining tiny former cottage. The cottage is a recent conversion and had yet to be occupied. It comprises

Kitchen - 3.43m x 3.00m (11'3 x 9'10) - Fitted with a comprehensive range of solid wood base and wall units with marble worktops, integrated fridge and freezer, corner stainless steel sink. Electric oven with ceramic hob and a glass extractor hood over. Room of a table and chairs.

Downstairs Cloakroom/Wet Room - Currently a cloakroom with toilet and wash hand basin, the plumbing and drainage is all in-situ for the addition of a shower to become a wet room if desired. Fully tiled floor and walls

Lounge - 11'10 x 11'2 - with solid oak floors, double french doors to the courtyard and a side window. A specialist commissioned oak straircase to the first floor

First Floor Landing - with a feature display shelf halfway up the stairs

Bedroom One - 3.73m x 3.02m (12'3 x 9'11) - With built in bedroom units, including wardrobes and dressing table, A front facing window and a velux provide a lovely light room

Bedroom Two - 3.66m;0.91m x 3.33m (12;3 x 10'11) - Again with fitted bedroom suite and dual aspect windows

The Cottage/Workshop - 11.89m x 4.57m & 10.97m x 6.40m (39' x 15' & 36' x - An L shaped stone and slate building which is currently a large workshop. Part converted with Upvc double glazing, plumbing and electrics already installed. Ready for a number of uses for the new owners as a workshop or as a second cottage. Formerly this was the Dye House for the woolen mill

Cottage Garden - Lying to the front of the cottage and just across the year from the Coach house is a lawned garden with specimen trees and a pretty graveled patio. Overlooking the home paddock

The Land - just over the tiny land lies the bulk of the land, approx. 7 acres in total of land. In two beautiful riverside meadows, which are laid to permanent pasture and well stock fenced with access points to the river and an Amenity area with two large containers for storage of farm equipment.

Front Field - with the lane to one side and the river to the other. Surrounded by trees and hedges, a good flat field

The Meadow Field - The larger of the two main fields with a further paddock beyound that could easily be fenced off. Surrounded by mature trees and well sheltered

Services - mains electric, water and private drainage, Oil fired central heating in the main house and Air Source heating in the Coach House. Telephone points in all building with mobile and broadband reception

Property Notes - Viewing is strictly by appointment via the agents. There is stock on the land which can be walked at the time of viewing. The river has not been known to flood in the last 50+ years. The property adjoining Penrhos Golf Course on the other side of the river, the boundary being mid stream.
Within walking distance of Llanrhystud with Mini Market, Post Office, Public House and an open market in the summer months. 9 miles south of Aberystwyth and the same from Aberaeron Harbour town.


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29 August 2017

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Nearest station

  • Aberystwyth (7.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Evans Bros, Aberaeron

1 Market Street, Aberaeron, SA46 0AS

01545 644000 Local call rate

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