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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Gwynfryn, Llanrhystud, Ceredigion, SY23

£499,950

Property Description

Key features

  • A former Sea Captains residence
  • Spacious 5/6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms
  • Ideal private Family home or Guesthouse business potential, subject to necessary consents
  • Situated within 10 acres of grounds, woodland & gardens
  • Overlooking the stunning Cardigan Bay coastline and beyond
  • EER = 26

Full description

A former Edwardian Sea Captains residence, providing spacious 5/6 bedroom accommodation, 4 bathrooms, retaining many original characteristics. An ideal private Family home or Guesthouse business potential, subject to necessary consents. Situated within 10 acres of grounds, woodland & gardens. Overlooking the stunning Cardigan Bay coastline and beyond, which is within easy walking distance. EER = 26

General Remarks & Situation - A rare opportunity to acquire a former Sea Captains residence, situated on the Cardigan Bay coastline, providing spacious accommodation which retains many original characteristics throughout to include pitch pine staircase, high ceilings and fireplaces. The property stands within approximately 1 acre of mature gardens with an additional 9 acres of pasture and woodland, together with Workshop, Garage and various outbuildings. In its current form provides for 5 or 6 bedrooms with en suite facilities therefore perfect for a large family or a small B&B or Guest House and with one of the ground floor rooms
currently used as a double bedroom with a nearby bathroom makes it ideal for an elderly relative.

Alternatively the Orangery and adjacent outhouses provide an ideal prospect for conversion to a self contained living unit or indeed holiday letting unit (subject to obtaining the necessary consents).

Gwynfryn has been developed by its current owners to be an almost self-sufficient holding producing fruit and vegetables of all shapes and sizes and a good supply of lamb and poultry. In 2003, Gwynfryn opened its gardens under the National Garden Scheme and they were surprised by the level of interest now in growing food and self sufficiency. Alternatively the land could also be used for pasture paddocks for those wanting to concentrate on rearing

The former harbour town of Aberaeron is some 6 miles south and the University and noted coastal town of Aberystwyth some 10 miles north, both providing a wide range of amenities, with the village of Llanrhystud providing Garage/Shop, sub Post Office, Public House and places of worship.

The Residence - Traditional stone construction under a slated roof, the accommodation has been refurbished during recent years to include the installation of a new LPG boiler, En suite facilities, UPVC windows and insulation.

Early viewing is recommended to appreciate this fine property.

Accommodation - Front Porch with quarry tiled floor to

Reception Hall - With radiator, telephone point, pitched pine staircase to First Floor

Library - 14'7 x 11'6 (4.45m x 3.51m) - With an Oak fireplace, tiled surround and slate hearth, radiator

Sitting Room - 13'9 x 14'7 (4.19m x 4.45m) - With original marble and slate fireplace, picture rail, exposed floor, radiators

Bedroom 6/Reception Room - 15'9 x 12'3 (4.80m x 3.73m) - With Oak fireplace housing a wood burning stove on a slate hearth, picture rail, laminate floor

Inner Hallway - With under stairs cupboard

Bathroom - Fully tiled white suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, WC, shaver point, heated towel rail/radiator

Open Plan Kitchen/Breakfast Room/Utility - Comprising a range of cream base units, Belfast sink with mixer tap, oak worktops, space for appliances and plumbing for washing machine. RangeMaster 110 electric cooking range with extractor hood over, timber base & eye level units, tiled floor

Kitchen/Dining - 13'11 x 25' (4.24m x 7.62m) - A light room with sea views, and French doors to Balcony overlooking front garden together with French doors to rear garden. Kitchen comprises a range of base & eye level units, Belfast sink unit with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, integrated larder fridge, integrated Baumatic ceramic hob, stainless steel oven. Central island, downlighters, ceramic floor.
Dining area with Danish "Contura" wood burning stove.

Orangery/Conservatory - 8' x 11' plus 8' x 28' (2.44m x 3.35m plus 2.44m x - With stone walls, paved slab floor, French doors to gardens

Freezer Room/Former Stable - 9'8 x 12' (2.95m x 3.66m) -

Wood Store/Former Tack Room - 9'7 x 7'9 (2.92m x 2.36m) -

On The First Floor - Approached by turning staircase to

Half Landing - With access to Loft, which is insulated and boarded, housing a newly installed LPG gas fired condensing boiler, which provides for central heating and domestic hot water.

Main Galleried Landing -

Bedroom 1 (Front) - 11' x 12' (3.35m x 3.66m) - Exposed floor, radiator, windows to front and side

En Suite Shower Room - Comprising fully tiled shower cubicle with electric shower unit, WC, wash hand basin, Airing Cupboard

Bedroom 5 - 10'6 x 5'2 (3.20m x 1.57m) - Exposed floor, radiator

Bedroom 2 (Front) - 14'5 x 10'6 (4.39m x 3.20m) - Exposed floor, radiator, windows to front and side with sea views.

En Suite Shower Room - Comprising fully tiled shower cubicle with electric shower unit, WC, wash hand basin

Rear Half Landing -

Bedroom 4 - 6'7 x 11'4 (2.01m x 3.45m) - Exposed floor, radiator, window overlooking rear garden

Shower Room - Fully tiled shower cubicle with electric shower unit, extractor fan, dimplex wall heater

Bedroom 3 (Formerly 2 Rooms, Bedroom 3 & 6 On Floor Plan) - 16' x 12'2 (4.88m x 3.71m) - Exposed floor, radiators, window to side with sea views

Externally - The property is approached via a stone walled entrance with circular gravelled driveway, lawned gardens to front and rear with large feature seating area. Recently restored original water well. Aluminium greenhouse. and pedestrian paths surround the property.

Well stocked large productive Orchard to include Apple, Pear, Damson, Plum and Cherry trees.

Workshop 31' x 13'10 of corrugated iron construction with electricity.

Detached Garage 18'8 x 14'8 with up & over door and power

Open sided Lambing shed

Large Poultry shed & run

The property is set within its own private gardens, grounds and lands extending in all to some 10 acres or thereabouts.

The Land - Comprising 9 acres of pasture and woodland.

Large woodland area rich in wildlife and provides a good source of firewood fuel.

Pasture divided into four areas, gently sloping.

All of which has been developed by the current owners to be self sufficient with a good source of lamb, poultry, fruit and vegetables.

Tenure - We are advised that the property is freehold and this will be confirmed by the vendors Solicitors during pre-contract enquiries

Services - Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. None of the services, appliances, central heating system, chimneys flues and fireplaces have been checked and no warranty is given by the Agents.

Viewing - By prior arrangement through Morris, Marshall & Poole, Aberystwyth on 01970 625020.

Negotiations - All interested parties are respectfully requested to negotiate direct with the Selling Agents.

Directions - From Aberystwyth proceed south along the A487, passing through Llanfarian, Blaenplwyf and onto Llanrhystud. Continue through Llanrhystud towards Llanon. After approximately 1 mile the property can be found on the left hand side, before entering the village of Llanon.

Website - To view a complete listing of properties available For Sale or To Let please view our website www.morrismarshall.co.uk Our site enables you to print full sales/rental particulars, book viewings, register your requirements on our mailing list and arrange a valuation of your property.

Energy Performance Certificate - A full copy of the EPC is available on request

Ref: - Aberystwyth Office: Tel: 01970 625 020
Ref: A16. Date: 19.05.16

Mmp Survey Department - If you don't find the home of your dreams through Morris Marshall & Poole then why not let our qualified surveyors inspect and report on the home you have found before you complete the purchase.
We are able to undertake RICS HomeBuyer Reports and RICS Condition Reports that will provide you with a comment on any significant defects or repair items. For further information contact any of our offices.


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24 May 2016

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