5 bedroom detached house for saleSouth Road, Aberaeron, Dyfed
Guide Price £649,000
- Entrance hall and cloakroom, Drawing/music room, Dining room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Study
- First floor sitting room, Five bedrooms, Two bathrooms
- Coach House: Workshop/utility room, Garage, Store plus three first floor rooms
- Beautiful gardens, About 0.6 acres
Dolaeron is located behind an attractive stone wall
and benefits from high ceilings, large windows
allowing in an abundance of natural light and numerous period features. The house has been
lovingly cared for by the owners and is without
doubt one of the most important and desirable
properties in the area.
The front door leads to a spacious hallway with a
central staircase running up through the house.
There is the music room with a period fireplace,
square bay window overlooking the garden and
wooden floors. The music room can also be used
as a drawing room if so required. The kitchen has
a range of wall and base units, a Range cooker and space for dining and entertaining. There is an
additional dining room for more formal entertaining.The utility room is located conveniently next to the kitchen and there is also a separate cloakroom. A study completes the ground floor.
On the first floor are three further bedrooms and a
family bathroom. There is a first floor sitting room
with outstanding room proportions and views out over the garden and beyond from the square bay window. On the second floor are two further bedrooms and a further bathroom.
Aberaeron is a beautiful harbour town often
referred to as the jewel of Cardigan Bay. Aberaeron is close to Aberystwyth and Cardigan towns, while Lampeter and Tregaron are a short drive inland through the beautiful Aeron Valley, much loved by the poet Dylan Thomas who lived locally for a while. At the mouth of the Aeron River, Aberaeron is a thriving tourist destination with a wide range of hotels, fine restaurants, cafes and bars along with a number of local activities including outstanding coastal walks, tennis and sailing. This part of the Welsh coast is famous for its marine wildlife with dolphins, porpoises, seals etc. being regularly spotted from the shore, harbour or from boat trips.
The property is approached over a gravel drive
with ample parking next to the rose garden. The part-stone walled enclosed garden surrounds the house and is interspersed with a box hedging,
herbaceous borders and a varied mix of fruit trees.
There is a second highway access with gated
entrance that benefits from extant planning and
Listed Building permission.
The Coach House is separate to the main house
and has a workshop/utility room to the ground floor with additional garage and store. On the first
floor are three further rooms. The Coach House
has been used as ancillary accommodation and could be converted subject to Listed Building consent.
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