4 bedroom property for salePentre Llangwm, St. Dogmaels, Cardigan, SA43
- 3 bed Victorian house and 1 bed adjoining stone cottage
- Picturesque coastal village setting in Pembrokeshire
- Elevated position with lovely views of Teifi estuary and countryside
- Unique upside-down architectural design taking advantage of views
- Sympathetic renovation and restoration
- Blend of Victorian and modern features (double glazing
- central heating
- sash windows
- original doors etc)
- Properties connected by ground and first floor soundproof lockable doors
HouseSimple is pleased to present this 4 bedroom Victorian house and adjoining stone cottage with outdoor deckings, roof patio and large garden/land and stunning views in the picturesque estuary/coastal village of St. Dogmaels, Cardigan. The house was sympathetically renovated and restored from a ruin in 2008-2009 and so it has a blend of Victorian and modern, with striking features such as a Victorian frontage and quoin blocks, coving, sash windows, original doors inside, but also new floors, wooden double glazing, damproofing, completely redone wiring and heating system and all the mod cons. The house has a unique, architecturally designed upside-down layout, with bedrooms downstairs and living area upstairs to make the most of the estuary and countryside views.
There are 4 bedrooms which can all fit double beds, 2 bathrooms (one with separate bath and shower and one with shower), 2 kitchens with ovens/fridge/sink/dishwasher/washing machine etc, and 2 reception areas with stunning views - a smaller cosy one for the stone cottage and a large, spacious and airy one for the main house.
The stone cottage can be opened up as part of the main house or can be shut off with separate thermostat etc, so the house can therefore suit various situations, whether living in both houses, living in the large house and renting the smaller cottage (or vice versa if a single person or minimalist couple perhaps!) for live-in let or holiday let, whether just renting out either house for the peak season only while living in the other, or indeed using the cottage as a granny or teenage flat.
Both houses have been lived in or rented out as successful holiday lets over the past few years. Details are available if needed, and if buying as a holiday let the business details such as website, email address, booking letter and bookings database can be passed on to the buyer subject to data protection. Details of monthly utility bills can also be provided.
Subject to offers received, the appliances, good solid furniture and some of the decor can also be included in the sale. Outside there are two wooden deckings - the one in the front of the main house is very large and the cottage also has a smaller one - both have lovely views of the estuary plus decking lights for evening use.
The main house also has a spacious roof patio with outside lighting, that's a great suntrap in the summer. All the outdoor areas are perfect for low maintenance rental as holiday lets, for people who want a simple life, but could also be stocked with pots of all kinds for the keener gardener, there are also 2 borders belonging to the house and other areas that can be cultivated as public areas.
House/cottage also owns a large piece of terraced/tiered land high up at back of house, around 30m x 28m and perfect for a lovely garden with absolutely stunning views. This is in many ways high up and unseen and so separate from the house/cottage so we are happy to discuss if potential buyers want to buy without taking on land project - we are happy to keep and landscape the land/garden for our own enjoyment in the summer, and to stipulate if wanted that if we ever sell it would be to owners of house/cottage. There is no planning permission for the land and so there is peace of mind that it is mainly an ideal garden with stunning views project.
The house has two parking spaces - one in a private space and another in a shared car park - both across from the house. The house is in an elevated location up a small hill and so has great views of the estuary and picturesque village, it is also away from the main road and so peacefully quiet. Despite this, it's also central as it's a mere minute's walk to the fabulous local pub (the Ferry) and few more minutes' walk to three other great pubs serving good food.
Also within walking distance in the village are attractions, activities, eateries, shop etc, including duckpond and historic abbey, lovely cafe, museum and shop, a mill, a great fish n chip shop, a village shop, gallery, two coastal paths (Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion paths) and more. St. Dogmaels is a friendly community, and we know our neighbours on first name terms, so it would be a great place to live, but also in which to host regular visitors who return time after time.
We are selling due to being left a family property which has been untouched since the 1980s, with funds needed to renovate its exterior and interior. When we had the RICS building survey completed on this house, we asked the surveyor to also look at Maesyffynnon, which has come back as being in good order with no major issues, as expected. We are happy to answer any questions.
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