3 bedroom detached bungalow for saleFfynnon Gynnen, Cross Inn, Nr New Quay, Ceredigion
** Most appealing 7 or 19 acre coastal smallholding **
** Expect to be impressed with this property, type and location **
** Well appointed 3 Bed residence **
** Extensive useful general purposes/livestock buildings **
** Highly productive land ** Impressive private gated entrance and drive **
** Beautiful setting ** Less than 2 miles from the sea **
The nicely proportioned accommodation benefits full double glazing and oil fired central heating.
Lovely gardens and grounds. A good array of outbuildings - in all some 4,300 sq. ft. well suited for agricultural/equestrian/general purpose.
Located on the fringes of the village community of Cross Inn which offers a good range of local amenities, less than 2 miles from the popular coastal resort and seaside fishing village of New Quay. 9 miles Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron and an easy reach of the larger marketing and amenity centres of the area. OS Grid Ref. 386/574.
Property ref: 121_123_4254655
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