3 bedroom smallholding for sale

Llanrhystud, Aberystwyth

Guide Price £329,500

Property Description

Key features

  • A Delightful country Property
  • Unique 3 Bedroom Cottage
  • 1.5 acres approx. grounds
  • Grade II Listed and lots of character
  • Must Be Viewed!
  • Secluded valley setting with river frontage
  • Purpose Built Workshop
  • Edwardian Summer House
  • Extensive Gardens
  • Close to Llanrhystud and Aberystwyth

Full description

A UNIQUE CHARMING GRADE II LISTED THREE BEDROOM COTTAGE, NESTLING IN A WOODED VALLEY ALONGSIDE THE RIVER WYRE. TOGETHER WITH AROUND 1.5 ACRES OF RIVERSIDE MEADOW. WITH A RESTORED EDWARDIAN ORCHID HOUSE. VERY LARGE WORKSHOP AND BEAUTIFUL GARDENS. THE INSPIRATION FOR ARTISTS AND POETS, THE CHARM OF BOTH THE ORIGINAL COTTAGE AND ITS MODERN EXTENSION EXUDE A TIMELESS SENSE OF PEACE AND TRANQUILLITY.

Directions - From Aberaeron take the A487 North to Aberarth and turn right for Tregaron B4577 to Bethania. In the village at the cross roads turn left B4576 for Llangwyrfon. Stay on this road, Turn left at the Evans Bros Finger board on to the B4577, Go past the church and continue for early a mile turn right at the next finger board the property can found at the bottom of the valley.

The Property - A stunning Grade II listed extended cottage set in it's own ground of about 1.5 acres, of gardens and riverside meadows. Dating back to C1700's and built next to the River Wyre, the cottage has over the years been rebuilt, extended and refurbished serveral times

Main Entrance - Via a painted timber door leading to Hallway

Hallway - with tiled floor, stairs to upper level and access to lower rooms

Kitchen - 3.90 x 2.92 (12'9" x 9'6") - With bespoke base and wall units constructed of Pitch Pine with solid wooden worktops, Belfast sink, electric ceramic hob, integral oven, plumbing for dishwasher, central island unit, Rayburn, tiled floor and steps leading to dining room

Dining Room - 4.78 x 4.07 (15'8" x 13'4") - With multi-fuel stove set on a slate hearth in an inglenook fireplace running the hot water and central heating, quarry tile floor, exposed character beams and part painted exposed stone work all lead to the perfect cottage feel set off by the pine windows and doors. leading to the Study

Study - 2.85 x 2.00 (9'4" x 6'6") - With solid Maple wood flooring, exposed beams and steps leading to the hallway to the extension.

Bathroom - 86.87m x 81.69m (285 x 268) - With a white corner bath, toilet, wash hand basin. An antique sink unit with antique tiles, solid Maple flooring, heated towel rail and exposed beams

Second Staircase - Leading from the Hallway to the bedrooms

Bedroom 2 - 4.78 x 4.37 (15'8" x 14'4") - Exposed A from beamed ceiling, Dormer windows and Mahogany wood flooring

Bedroom 3 - 4.78 x 3.83 (15'8" x 12'6") - Exposed A from beamed ceiling, Dormer windows and Mahogany wood flooring and fitted wardrobes

Inner Hallway - Leading to the extension with maple wooden floors

Sitting Room - 5.84m x 3.90m (19'1" x 12'9") - A full height large picture window with views to the front, slate flooring with underfloor heating, wood burning stove set in an inglenook fireplace, Oak window seat and exposed beams. A mezzanine bedroom is situated over head and a Pitched Pine door leads to the side garden.

Staircase - A handmade oak and mahogany turning staircase leads to the mezzanine bedroom.

Bedroom 1 - 3.90 x 3.76 (12'9" x 12'4") - reached by the staircase from the sitting room, this delightful crog loft forms the Mezzanine Master Bedroom.

The Drive - Believed to originally have been the river bank in the old days when there was only a ford over the Wyre

Garage/Workshop - Of timber construction with electric and commercial planning permission. With ample room for several vehicles, plus workshops. With power and light throughout. Two areas were once a pair of large stables and could be used again as such`

Measurements 19'9 x 14'10 14'10 x 13'10 14'`10 x 13'10 and 21'1 x 13'
6.01m x 4.52m 4.52m x 4.21m 4.52m x 4.22m and 6.44m x 3.96m

The Orchard Garden - Lying between the Workshop and the new part of the house is a delightful apple orchard, a garden with pond and the log shed

Gardens - A wooden gate leads to the stunning lawns with central duck pond. Boarded by the River Wyre. A paved seating area with raised beds, orchard, Edwardian Orchid House, Summer house ideal place to relax in after a days gardening, herb bed, kitchen garden with raised beds and a bridge leading over the stream with a prime example of a Gunnera growing at the junction of the stream and the river. Beside the gate is a Timber Garden Shed which also houses the Duck house

The Orchid House - Lovingly restored and re-erected at Glanyrafon, this is a prime example of an Orchid House from the great period of English glass house building.

Services - Mains electric, private well water with pump and UV filtration system, private drainage. telephone, good mobile signal and broadband either via the mobile or the satalite connection.

Property Notes - The current owners have over the past 18 years taken the property back to basics, including renewing the lime mortar in the oldest wall at the back of the cottage. They added the sitting room and crog loft extension with a huge window echoing a coach house door. At this time the cottage was listed Grade II. They hold all the required paperwork relating to the extension and renovations

Great care has been take with the timbers, stone and bricks used in the house which have been reclaimed from salvaged buildings all over the country, to keep the feel of the original cottage into the new extension. Each part of the cottage has its own tale to tell. Once featured in American Country Living Magazine . This is small character living in the best possible way. With its idyllic river side setting it its remote but not isolated. on a road so quiet the cat is rarely disturbed as it basks in the sunshine on the tarmac road to the front.

The current owners have rented an adjoining parcel of approx 10 acres, part woodland and part meadow. The owner maybe willing to continue with this arrangement with the new owners


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29 August 2017

Nearest station

  • Aberystwyth (6.7 mi)
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Evans Bros, Aberaeron

1 Market Street, Aberaeron, SA46 0AS

01545 644000 Local call rate

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1 Market Street, Aberaeron, SA46 0AS

01545 644000 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Aberystwyth (6.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Evans Bros, Aberaeron

1 Market Street, Aberaeron, SA46 0AS

01545 644000 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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