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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Llanon, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales


Property Description

Key features

  • Drawing room, Sitting room, Kitchen, Dining room, Utility room
  • 6 bedrooms , 4 bathrooms, Cloakroom
  • 3 lower ground floor rooms with power and services
  • Double garage, 50x25ft garage workshop, 3 stores, Coach House first floor with mezzanine
  • Walled garden, Garden and terraces, 2 paddocks
  • Views
  • Approximate broadband spend is 6.7 Mbps
  • EPC rating E
  • 2.6 Acres approximately

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The current owners have undertaken an extensive programme of refurbishment to create a stylish and extremely well presented home. The property which extends to over 3500sqft boasts wonderful ceiling heights and a view from every window.

On entering the property is the wide hallway with ornate cornicing and parquet flooring. The formal drawing room faces approximately south west and the large bay window looks down across the fields and hills beyond.There is an electric fire with a stone surround which creates a cosy feel in such a spacious room. There is a further sitting room again with an electric fire and views down to the coast. The kitchen has been very cleverly designed to create a wonderful entertaining space in addition to the functional rooms required such as the utility room (with extensive storage) and pantry. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units with solid wood work tops and an arch leading to the dining area. The dining room has a corner fireplace, ample dining space and a door leading out to the terrace. Located near to the back door are a boot room and separate shower room.

On the first floor is the master bedroom with built in wardrobes and double doors leading out to a private terrace offering both views of the countryside and the sea. There is the guest suite with a bay window also boasting a fine vista and a further bedroom to this floor along with a family bathroom, separate shower room and cloakroom. To the second floor are three further bedrooms, a landing/study area and a shower room.

The property is incredibly versatile; in particular the three lower ground floor rooms are connected to services and would allow the new owners to use them as they wish. All three rooms boast ample ceiling height, with the front room having two large windows looking down to the sea. With its direct access the lower ground floor could be used for a self-contained one bedroom flat.

As mentioned there is a double garage as part of the stone coach house. The coach house also boasts a spacious 25x50ft garage workshop which can be accessed both internally and externally. There are three further store rooms to the ground floor. There is separate access to the first floor of the coach house which has currently not been converted but which has potential for holiday lets subject to planning permission.

Glanysig is located in an elevated position with outstanding views to the Welsh coast and Cardigan Bay. The coast is only a short walk away, with a range of activities on your doorstep. Glanysig is just outside the village communities of Llanon and Llanrhystud. Accessed from the A487 the property is approximately 60 miles from the M4 while the nearby station of Aberystwyth has trains to both Shrewsbury and direct to Birmingham New Street.

Glanysig is located within easy access of both Aberaeron and Aberystwyth, 4 and 12 miles respectively. Aberaeron is a beautiful harbour town often referred to as the jewel of the Cardigan Bay, and is a thriving tourist destination with a wide range of hotels, fine restaurants, cafes and bars. Aberystwyth town is generally regarded as the capital of Mid Wales and several institutions have regional or national offices there. Known for its mild climate, Aberystwyth boasts shopping, restaurants, arts centre, National Library of Wales, general hospital, Sea front promenade with pier and new bandstand.

Aberystwyth is a major tourist centre and a cultural link between North Wales and South Wales. Constitution Hill is scaled by the Aberystwyth Cliff Railway giving access to fine views and other attractions at the top, while much of the finest scenery in Mid Wales lies within easy reach of the town. This includes the wilderness of the Cambrian Mountains, whose valleys contain forests and meadows which have changed little in centuries.

Once at the property it is possible to appreciate the outstanding elevated location that Glanysig occupies affording the most stunning views. The property is encompassed in its own grounds to create a further element of seclusion and versatility. There is ample parking to the side of the house on a tarmac drive with access to the double garage. There are a number of designated outside dining and entertaining spots. In particular are both the terraces to the side of the house by the dining room and the brick terrace to the front of the property. The garden is mostly laid to lawn, interspersed with a range of mature and established planting. There is a walled garden to the top of the property and two spacious paddocks with a gentle incline to the front and side of the house passing the walled garden. In total there are approximately 2.6 Acres.

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Added on Rightmove:
01 August 2016

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