Llechryd, Cardigan, SA43
- Victorian Mansion
- 9 acres
- 9 bedrooms
- Cardigan Bay Coast
- Potential Income
- Walled in garden
**One of the best surviving Victorian Country Residences in West Wales ** Grade II Listed completed in 1885 ** Designed by George Morgan of Carmarthen ** Impressive 9 Bed Victorian Mansion ** 4 spacious Rec Rooms ** One of the most well maintained period properties along Cardigan Bay ** Wonderful Park and woodland setting ** Mature gardens overlooking unspoilt countryside ** Ideal family home or multi-generational living ** Income potential as a Gust House or Airbnb ** Approached via a drive of some 0.5km from the former Lodge adjoining the County road ** Graceful and Elegant period property with a wealth of original character features **
** Outstanding Country property, rarely available along this favoured coast line ** Must be viewed to be appreciated **
The property is situated on the fringes of the Coastal village of Llechryd being on the lower reaches of the River Teifi. The village offers an excellent range of local facilities and amenities including a village shop, primary school, places of worship, village hall, petrol station, post office, fish and chip shop, public houses and excellent public transport connectivity - all within walking distance of this fabulous property. The larger town of Cardigan, steeped in its history provides a range of local facilities, services and amenities including National and local retailers, community hospital, an array of local cafe's, bars and restaraunts, places of worship, doctors surgery, supermarkets, cinema, access to the Teifi Estuary, Poppit Sands and Gwbert. The larger strategic centre of Carmarthen is some 40 minutes drive away as is access to the M4 and the National rail connections.
We are advised that the property benefits from mains water and electricity. Oil central heating. Private drainage.
SETTING & DESCRIPTION
An impressive and sophisticated Country property set in just under 4 acres of gardens including designated walled garden area and historic greenhouse. A further paddock bound by attractive woodland and being just over 5 acres lies to the front of this dwelling maintaining its spectacular setting and countryside outlook.
Access to the property is via a private wooded tarmac lane, being in excellent order, providing access to adjoining farmland and Glanolmarch only.
The house was completed in 1885 and designed by George Morgan of Carmarthen for J W Stephens. Constructed of coursed Cilgerran stone with Bath stone dressings and steep slate roofs with crested ridges and corniced chamfered stone stacks. The property is set across 3 floors with cellar.
Internally, impressive wooden doors to vestibule with stained glass panels to the inner door sets, feature staircase with stained glass window dated 1885 JWS. The main hallway a...
28' 9" x 11' 0" (8.76m x 3.35m) impressive vestibule with wooden entrance doors with feature stained glass insets leading into a majestic reception hallway with oak parquet flooring, original pitch pine ceilings, arched cornices, radiator, multiple sockets, original staircase to First Floor with understairs cupboard.
West Drawing Room
24' 3" x 15' 7" (7.39m x 4.75m) into bay window, dual aspect windows to front and side enjoying views over the garden and adjoining countryside, exposed timber flooring, fireplace with log burner with stone surround and hearth, pitch pine ceiling, 3 x radiator, multiple sockets, tv point.
15' 7" x 24' 2" (4.75m x 7.37m) into bay window. 7'3'' wide window with potential for adjoining sun lounge / orangery. Window to front enjoying views of the garden, open fireplace with timber surround, pitch pine and plaster ceiling, multiple sockets, 2 x radiator.
18' 6" x 14' 2" (5.64m x 4.32m) side bay window, multiple sockets, fireplace with quarry tile hearth, original plasterwork detailing cornicing, 2 x radiator.
13' 9" x 14' 5" (4.19m x 4.39m) WC, single wash hand basin, side window, radiator, half tiled walls.
Breakfast Room / Study
11' 6" x 12' 7" (3.51m x 3.84m) a comfortable room with side window overlooking garden, 3 x radiator, multiple sockets, BT/Wi-fi connection point.
Inner Rear Hallway
Being 'L' shaped with 2 external doors to side garden and rear courtyard, black and red quarry tile flooring, radiator, understairs cupboard, access to cellar. Staircase to rear wing.
10' 10" x 12' 7" (3.30m x 3.84m) with 7' 3" standing height and slate flagstones
17' 1" x 13' 2" (5.21m x 4.01m) with a range of oak effect base and wall units, tiled splash back, dual aspect windows to front and rear, formica worktop, dishwasher, double sink with mixer tap, LPG gas hob, oil fired Aga range with canopy over, fitted fridge freezer, stone effect tiled flooring, Hotpoint double oven, original servants bell to ceiling, 2 radiators, BT point, multiple sockets,.
8' 0" x 11' 9" (2.44m x 3.58m) original English Rose kitchen base and wall units, steel worktop, sink and drainer, plumbing for washing machine, window.
14' 0" x 5' 11" (4.27m x 1.80m) Exposed stone walls, side door to rear courtyard.
15' 3" x 8' 7" (4.65m x 2.62m) with original slate flagstones and scullery with slate uprights, dual aspect windows to side garden and rear courtyard, multiple sockets.
15' 3" x 16' 4" (4.65m x 4.98m) bed sitting room with kitchenette and shower, wood burning stove, window to rear courtyard
22' 3" x 25' 5" (6.78m x 7.75m) via original pitch pine staircase, carved newells, twisted ballisters and punched ornament on string, large stained glass window dated 1885 JWS to half landing, 2 x radiators.
Principal Bedroom 1
14' 9" x 17' 6" (4.50m x 5.33m) into bay window. Large double bedroom suite, 3 x radiators, original ceiling cornices, front bay window overlooking countryside and side window to garden, multiple sockets, TV point.
En-Suite Shower Room
10' 7" x 6' 5" (3.23m x 1.96m) A modern Shower room with large shower, side glass panel, vanity unit with single wash hand basin, mixer tap, mirror with light over, WC, electric underfloor heating, side window, heated towel rail, tiled flooring and walls.
15' 5" x 17' 5" (4.70m x 5.31m) Window to front, radiator.
13' 0" x 11' 0" (3.96m x 3.35m) Double bedroom with feature bay window to front and side window, 2 x radiator, multiple sockets.
9' 3" x 8' 9" (2.82m x 2.67m) Primrose bathroom suite including sunken enamel bath, single wash hand basin, part tiled walls, window to side, towel rail, radiator.
Billiard Room / Bedroom 4
13' 9" x 16' 5" (4.19m x 5.00m) Double bedroom facility currently housing a large snooker table, side window enjoying views over the garden and countryside, 2 x radiator, multiple sockets.
3' 6" x 59' 7" (1.07m x 18.16m) in length across split level landing with separate side staircase to rear hallway on the Ground Floor and leading to Second Floor and Attic space. 3 x radiators.
Rear Bedroom 5
11' 5" x 12' 0" (3.48m x 3.66m) Double Bedroom, side window, radiator, multiple sockets.
12' 6" x 14' 0" (3.81m x 4.27m) Double Bedroom currently used a linen room, radiator, side window, full length fitted wardrobes, single wash hand basin, electric shower.
8' 0" x 11' 0" (2.44m x 3.35m) Modern Bathroom suite including corner tiled shower unit, panelled bath, electric underfloor heating, WC, single wash hand basin, vanity unit, side windows, tiled flooring, heated tower rail, spot lights to ceiling.
14' 6" x 11' 10" (4.42m x 3.61m) Double Bedroom currently accommodating the disabled lift from the ground floor store room, 2 side windows overlooking garden, 2 x radiator, multiple sockets.
15' 3" x 16' 4" (4.65m x 4.98m) Double Bedroom, dual aspect windows to side overlooking garden and rear forecourt, hidden kitchenette, 2 x radiator, multiple sockets.
The Gun Room / Bedroom 9
14' 7" x 14' 6" (4.45m x 4.42m) Accessed from the original side staircase from the Rear Hallway, window to front, exposed beams to ceiling.
Attic Room 1
9' 8" x 11' 2" (2.95m x 3.40m) fully boarded, excellent ceiling height, multiple sockets, 2 x leaded roof lights.
Attic Room 2
14' 2" x 11' 2" (4.32m x 3.40m) with window to front enjoying wonderful aspects over the adjoining countryside, multiple sockets.
Attic Room 3
36' 2" x 28' 4" (11.02m x 8.64m) 'L' shaped, 14' height to ceilings, exposed original A frame and beams to ceiling, dual aspect windows to front and side enjoying Countryside views with excellent potential as additional Bedroom space, separate Annex or a work from home facility.
To the Front
The property is approached via an attractive tarmac driveway bound to both sides by mature hedgerows and specimen trees, front tarmac courtyard over looking the adjoining countryside and garden.
This road continues around the property to a rear forecourt and former Coach House of stone and slate construction split across 2 floors providing accommodation as:
13' 6" x 13' 4" (4.11m x 4.06m) with steel up and over door, slate flooring, rear window, multiple sockets.
14' 0" x 17' 6" (4.27m x 5.33m) side window, slate flagstone flooring.
16' 0" x 8' 0" (4.88m x 2.44m) with original stone walls, window to rear, slate flagstone flooring.
Loft Over Garage
34' 0" x 70' 6" (10.36m x 21.49m) benefitting from external access and currently used for storage, rear window on one end, potential for conversion into a separate unit, accommodation with income potential or as an Annex (stc).
Exit to the rear of the main house with WC, wood panelling to walls, red and black quarry tiled flooring, window overlooking courtyard.
10' 9" x 7' 4" (3.28m x 2.24m) Exposed stone walls, window to front.
Extended area laid to lawn with multiple out houses, potting sheds of stone construction under a box profile roof being linked to the walled garden, mature specimen trees
An impressive, private garden area bound by 8' stone walls, predominantly laid to lawn with vegetable and flower beds and:
Walled on two sides with doorway leading to the Apple House and Gardener's Room plus additional Log Store.
Original Brick Greenhouse
19' 0" x 23' 0" (5.79m x 7.01m) Brick plinth with original timber windows surrounding to all sides.
To the side
Extended side and rear garden adjoin the lane on the approach to the property adding to its appeal as a unique country property.
To the front of the main house lies a single paddock measuring some 5 acres or thereabouts benefitting from independent access from the driveway and bound by historic trees and hedgerows. Adding great value to the setting of the house.
Store Room 1
4' 9" x 11' 8" (1.45m x 3.56m) with disabled lift facility to first floor, side window.
Store Room 2
9' 9" x 7' 4" (2.97m x 2.24m) with exposed stone walls, window to side
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Llechryd, Cardigan, SA43
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Clunderwen Station16.5 miles
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