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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Ystumtuen, Aberystwyth

Sold STC £375,000

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Enjoying panoramic views over the surrounding countryside, a registered smallholding promising an extending traditional 3 bedroomed cottage together with traditional modern outbuildings, immediate grounds and paddocks in total amounting 10 acres or thereabouts (EER )

Enjoying Panoramic Views - over the surrounding countryside, a registered smallholding comprising an extending traditional 3 bedroomed cottage together with traditional modern outbuildings, immediate grounds and paddocks in total amounting 10 acres or thereabouts

Troedyrhenrhiw is surely one of the most appealing smallholdings which is currently available in mid Wales. The property is but a short distance from the main A44 trunk road yet nestles in a sheltered location with views over the village, Cambrian mountains and beyond. The 3 bedroomed cottage retains many original features and the accommodation has been enhanced by the large side extension which provides for spacious lounge and double bedroom with en-suite facilities.

The outbuildings do not infringe on the immediate cottage and immediate grounds and they are in fact approached over a separate tarmacadamed drive for ease of access. There maybe also an opportunity to develop a traditional stone barn subject to the necessary consents being obtained.

The main A44 trunk road is but a 1/4 mile from the Troedyrhenrhiw and local amenities are a mile or so travelling distance at the village of Ponterwyd to include primary school, garage/ general stores and public house. The university and market town of Aberystwyth is some 12 miles or so travelling distance on the coast and Llangurig is a similar distance in land.

The property is in an area of outstanding natural beauty with tourist attractions such as the Nant Yr Arian forest centre, Devils Bridge and the Nant Y Moch reservoir all within a short travelling distance. Troedyrhenrhiw therefore provides an excellent opportunity for prospective purchasers to acquire a wonderful registered small holding with well presented 'oldy worldly' accommodation, useful modern and traditional outbuildings and livestock paddocks. A property well worthy of inspection as highlighted in the photographs.

Tenure: - Freehold







Services: - Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Double glazing.

Viewing: - Strictly by appointment with the selling agents: Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or sales@aledellis.com.

Troedyrhenrhiw provides for the following accommodation. All room dimensions are approximate. All images have been taken with a wide angle lens digital camera.

Front Entrance Door To -

Porch - with access to

Dining Room - 4.17m x 2.87m (13'8 x 9'5 ) - with recess fireplace with Efel multi fuel heating range on a raised slate hearth, gun rack/ shelf over and half glazed recess cupboard to side. Under stairs storage cupboard, stairs to first floor accommodation, exposed beamed ceiling and slate floor.



L Shaped Galley Style Kitchen - 1.73m x 2.87m & 3.78m x 1.30m min (5'8 x 9'5 & 1 - comprising a Belfast sink with mixer tap, base units with appliance spaces and wood work tops over incorporating a rangemaster electric cooker with 4 ring hob. Eye level units with extractor hood, quarry tiled floor, plumbing for automatic washing machine, radiator and cooker point. Windows to rear and side. Access to



Side Porch - with cloak cupboard with shelving. Door to fore.

From The Dining Area -

Inner Hallway - to the modern side extension with exposed wooden floor, radiator and doors to

Office/ Bedroom - 2.87m x 1.93m (9'5 x 6'4 ) - no natural lighting but a useful area with exposed wooden floor, exposed beam and radiator.

Spacious Lounge - 6.40m x 4.27m (21' x 14' ) - with a most attractive stone fireplace with multi-fuel room heating range on a slate hearth, feature A framed beams, laminated floor, 3 velux windows, 3 windows to fore and rear with superb views over the surrounding countryside. 2 radiators.



Master Bedroom 1 - 4.27m x 5.26m max (14' x 17'3 max) - Pine ceiling with A frame beams with recess storage area, glorious views and window to fore. Wall lights and doors to



En-Suite Shower Room - 2.26m x 2.26m (7'5 x 7'5 ) - comprising shower cubicle with Triton electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush wc. Heater towel rail, half tiled walls, tiled floor and pull light switch. Manrose extractor fan and window to side



First Floor Accommodation -



Landing - with doors to

Bedroom 2 - 2.06m x 3.18m (6'9 x 10'5 ) - with window to fore (panoramic views), exposed wooden floor, radiator, ceiling lights and part exposed beam.

Bedroom 3 - 4.14m x 2.13m (13'7 x 7') - with window to fore (fine views), exposed wooden floor, radiator, fitted wardrobe, exposed beam and wood panelled wall.

Bathroom - 2.29m x 2.06m (7'6 x 6'9 ) - comprising free standing victorian style bath with mixer tap, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush wc, half tiled walls, pull light switch, shaver point and light. Window to side, airing cupboard, feature exposed beam and non slip floor.











Externally -

Immediate Grounds - are well laid out, elevated with covered seating area and patio. Pedestrian paths leading to pond with immediate grounds laid to pasture and well stocked with shrubs etc.

Immediately to the rear of the property free standing oil fired central heating boiler, oil tank and large vehicular hard standing area.

Short distance along the council maintained road, a tarmacadamed driveway leads down to the enclosed yard, the driveway intersected the enclosure to each side as highlighted on the plan.

The outbuildings comprise of 3 Harlow Bros timber stables 34' x 16' approximate.

A further range comprising 2 garage/ tack room with further stable.

Near by barn with integral loose box or useful fodder store with loft over.

The Land - A near by paddock has 2 poly tunnels with soft fruit bushes and vegetable garden.

Towards the southern boundary of the land (enclosure 1500) there is traditional outbuilding perhaps a former dwelling or barn which maybe suitable for conversion to additional accommodation subject to the necessary consents being obtained (see photograph).



On the northern edge of the land you will also note further traditional garage with loft over.

The land appears to be in good heart and well looked after and in total divided into 6 paddocks which appear to well fenced and suitable agriculture or horticultural purposes.

Directions - From Aberystwyth take the A44 trunk through Llanbadarn, Capel Bangor and Goginan towards Ponterwyd. The turning to the property is on the right hand side (signposted Ystumtuen) about 1/2 mile further on than the Red Kite Cafe. The property denoted by a for sale board.




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