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9 bedroom detached house for sale

Felin Pontbren, Cross Inn, New Quay, Ceredigion


Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

**Restored Historic Mill House **
**Full central Heating**Newly installed upvc sash windows**
Converted Old Miller Barns - now 2 self contained residential units**
**Lovely lawned gardens** Meadow surrounding 1/2 Acre Lake**
**Woodland and Pastureland**
**In all some 5.5 Acres**
**An unrivalled opportunity for those seeking a change of pace, ideal lifestyle choice in this beautiful part of the West Wales Coastal Belt**
The Farmhouse provides 5 bedrooms (2 Bathrooms), lovely conservatory.
The Old Millers Barn provides two x 2 bed Living Units.
Detached Garden Room/Studio/Barbecue Room. Adjacent Workshop/Garden Shed.
Picturesque wooded valley, between the village communities of Cross Inn and Caerwedros, less than 4 miles from Cardigan Bay at the coastal resort and seaside fishing village of New Quay. 8 Miles from the Georgian Harbour town of Aberaeron with its comprehensive range of shopping and schooling facilities and an easy reach of the larger Marketing and Amenity Centres of Aberystwyth, Cardigan and Lampeter.

Property ref: 121_123_3638957

Dining Room or Study 
14' 4" x 8' 10" (4.37m x 2.69m) with tiled floor, fitted range of book shelves and window seat, central heating radiator and door opening out to –

South Facing lovely Sun Room/Conservatory 
13' 8" x 12' 11" (4.17m x 3.94m) with wall base and upvc double glazing with self cleaning glass roof and overlooks the lake and grounds, tiled floor, central heating radiator, one wall in exposed pointed stone work, 2 exterior doors.

Living Room 
19' 11" x 14' (6.07m x 4.27m) with exposed solid pine floors, wood burning stove on a stone and slate plinth which runs the full length of the room, double panel radiator.

Side Utility Room/Porch 
12' 10" x 5' 9" (3.91m x 1.75m) with red and black quarry tiled floor, appliance space with plumbing for automatic washing machine and houses the Worcester oil fired central heating boiler.

Central Landing 
All upstairs rooms have exposed original timber floors.

Master Bedroom 1 
14' 7" x 9' (4.44m x 2.74m) with one wall in exposed painted stone work with former fireplace, central heating radiator and telephone point.

Main Bathroom 
with a white suite comprising of a Victorian style roll top bath with telephone hand set shower unit, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush toilet, heated towel rail.

Rear Double Bedroom 2 
13' 10" x 9' 4" (4.22m x 2.84m) with central heating radiator.

Rear Double Bedroom 3 
10' 7" x 10' 3" (3.23m x 3.12m) with central heating radiator, ceramic washing bowl with mixer taps set in a Victorian period wash stand.

Front Double Bedroom 4 
11' 10" x 8' 5" (3.61m x 2.57m) with central heating radiator and built in airing cupboard housing copper cylinder tank with immersion heater.

Front Double Bedroom 5 
9' 11" x 9' 6" (3.02m x 2.90m) with central heating radiator.

First Floor Flat 

Hall with central heating radiator, exterior door.

15' 6" x 12' 9" (4.72m x 3.89m) - a character room with one wall in exposed pointed stone work, exposed beams, double panel radiator.

Double Bedroom 1 
11' 6" x 10' 1" (3.51m x 3.07m) with double panel radiator.

Double Bedroom 2 
11' 6" x 9' 8" (3.51m x 2.95m) with central heating radiator.

12' x 9' 3" (3.66m x 2.82m) Kitchen 12’ x 9;3” with tiled floor, basic range of fitted units with sink unit and houses the oil fired Worcester Heatslave central heating combi boiler, LPG gas free standing cooker, double panel radiator.

Bathroom which provides a white suite vix. Bath, wash hand basin and toilet, central heating radiator.

Large L Shaped Living Room or Kitchen 
15' 5" x 12' (4.70m x 3.66m) plus 8’8” x 8’3” with fitted range of basic cupboard units with stainless steel sink unit, double panel radiator, front exterior door.

Bedroom 1 
12' x 8' 1" (3.66m x 2.46m) with central heating radiator.

Bedroom 2 
12' 1" x 6' 11" (3.68m x 2.11m) with central heating radiator.

Shower Room 
Shower Room provides a corner shower cubicle, low level flush toilet (Sanyflow) wash hand basin, tiled floor, central heating radiator.

Integral Former Stable and Duck Hut. 

Special feature 
This property comprises of the Former Mill House built probably in the late 1800's together with a former Millers Barn which was built in 1910 by a Mr Morris Jones. It should be noted that the old original mill has been removed stone by stone and re-erected at the Welsh National Museum in Cardiff.


Glazed door through to Reception Room 
16' 3" x 13' 11" (4.95m x 4.24m) with wood block flooring and open fireplace Aarrow wood burning stove on a stone hearth, exposed ceiling beams, central heating radiator, wall lights.

To the side and rear of the Mill House is a level garden area with 2 poly tunnels, barbeque area with slate paved patio and a Garden Room/Studio/Barbeque Room 13’ x 10’ of timber construction with power and light connected. Adjacent Workshop/Garden Shed with power connected.

The property is approached off the district road via its own gated concreted driveway with parking space with Side Car Port 23’ x 17’ open fronted.

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Added on Rightmove:
14 November 2016

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