Cribyn , Lampeter , Ceredigion, SA48

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Added on 12/01/2021
Morgan & Davies, Lampeter

Key features

  • ** Character period cottage
  • ** Pleasant rural position, yet convenient
  • ** Well presented, traditional stone and slate 3 bedroom cottage with annex potential
  • ** Well kept, stocked gardens, layed to lawn and intersected by a stream
  • ** Gated, gravelled driveway, ample parking ** Close to coast and Country
  • ** Detached studio / workshop - with conversion potential

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

** Character period cottage ** Pleasant rural position, yet convenient **

** Well presented, traditional stone and slate 3 bedroom cottage with annex potential **

** Oak kitchen, and luxury bathroom ** Oil fired c/h, double glazing, good broadband speeds **

** Former smithy/cowshed - now am impressive living room, with corner fireplace **

** Well kept, stocked gardens, layed to lawn and intersected by a stream **

** Raised vegetable beds ** Detached studio / workshop - with conversion potential ** Phase 3 Electric **

** Gated, gravelled driveway, ample parking ** Close to coast and Country **

We are informed by the current vendor that the property benefits from:

- Mains water

- Mains Electricity 

- Private Drainage

- Oil fired central heating

- UPVC double glazing

- Telephone subject to BT transfer regulations, good Broadband speeds available

A charming 4 bedroomed character country residence in pleasant rural surroundings


Pleasant positioned in a rural location just over 4 miles from the University Town of Lampeter and within 8 miles from the Georgian Heritage Coast at Aberaeron. Located at grid reference number 524/525. 1.5 miles equidistant from the Village of Cribyn and Llanwnnen and within easy commuting distance of Aberystwyth, Carmarthen and Cardigan.


Bursting with character, a most charming county cottage offering comfortable 3 bedrooms, with the possibility of annex accommodation, The property benefits from oil fired central heating, along with UPVC double glazing and good broadband speeds which would benefit significantly with home working or for everyday family living.

Positioned in a pleasant rural position, yet within convenient commuting distance to the coast and country. It enjoys a well maintained and well stocked garden that is bisected by a stream, with an idyllic lovers bridge.

Viewing highly recommended, the accommodation currently offers the following:




19' 8" x 13' 7" (5.99m x 4.14m) A traditional solid oak fitted kitchen, with various wall and floor units with breakfast barn, benefiting from granite worktops, a large Belfast sink. A Rangemaster cooker stove, with 5 ring LPG Hob, with double electric oven and warming plate, integrated Hotpoint dishwasher. Cotswolds style limestone flooring and an UPVC front entrance door along with a newly created rear patio doors to garden area.


15' 3" x 6' 7" (4.65m x 2.01m) A particular feature being the the original feature Victorian style fireplace, with timber surround, along with a part timber panelled walls, along with Cotswolds style limestone flooring.


19' 11" x 13' 10" (6.07m x 4.22m) Impressive family space, previously being a smithy and later a cow shed. This room has truly been transformed to offer a fantastic living space, it boasts original A framed beans, vaulted ceilings and exposed / painted stone walls. The fireplace commands a corner position incorporating a large multi fuel stove on a tiled hearth. The room has ample natural light with triple aspect windows and a patio door opening onto driveway.


with Cotswold style limestone flooring, radiator and under stair storage / utility cupboard.


Having access via the UPVC rear entrance door, with plumbing in situ for tumble dryer and Cotswold style limestone flooring.



Having access via the open plan kitchen area, leading to a galleried landing with double airing cupboard and access to loft space.


Luxury and style. The fully tiled suite has been beautifully designed to offer a freestanding slipper style bath, with a freestanding mixer tap, and shower over, a rectangular wash hand basin, low level flush WC, heated towel rail, extractor fan.


20' 3" x 11' 7" (6.17m x 3.53m) with double aspect windows to front and rear, radiator.


16' 0" x 12' 0" (4.88m x 3.66m) L-shaped with two windows to the front, radiator.



12' 7" x 11' 0" (3.84m x 3.35m) this rooms adjoining the kitchen, but could easily offer separate accommodation with plumbing access nearby. The room currently offers the staircase to the bedroom above, double aspect windows and a radiator.


13' 0" x 10' 3" (3.96m x 3.12m) Part vaulted, with double aspect windows, enjoying fine country views. Radiator and original a framed beams.



18' 0" x 12' 0" (5.49m x 3.66m) Located to the rear of the property, having 2 x sliding patio doors, with electricity and water connection. This could offer great conversion potential, into further accommodation stc. Phase 3 electricity is also connected.


Set within its own mature private grounds, which surround the property. All of which being well maintained by the current owners, and offers level lawned garden, being intersected by a stream that provides the most delightful country setting which is only enhanced by the a lovers bridge, that joins the 2 gardens together.

The garden enjoys mature hedge boundaries, raised vegetable beds and a pleasing rear patio / suntrap. Ideal for those late summer evening.

In all, a highly desirable property, in the the most romantic west wales countryside.


with outdoor electricity points, previously utilised to site a hot tub / jacuzzi.




A gated, gravelled driveway, with ample parking.


Delightful, spacious country cottage


Band E: Ceredigion County Council


We are informed that the property is FREEHOLD and will be vacant on completion.


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Cribyn , Lampeter , Ceredigion, SA48

Approximate location

NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode

  • Llanwrda Station16.8 miles
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Morgan & Davies, Lampeter

12 Harford Square, Lampeter, SA48 7DT

Morgan & Davies, Lampeter

Welcome to Morgan & Davies

Morgan & Davies was formed in 1989 and is an independent family owned firm of Chartered Surveyors covering the whole of Mid and West Wales and providing a variety of Professional services.

There are two offices - Country and Coastal - Lampeter and Aberaeron

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