- 6 acre Smallholding
- Detached 2 bed bunglaow
- Large Stone Barn
- Caravan used as overspill accomm
- Level Paddocks
- River Frontage
- Needs some refurbishment
- Chain Free
- 8 Miles Aberaeron.
Property SummaryAN IMPROVABLE 6 ACRE SMALLHOLDING WITH DETACHED SPACIOUS 2 BED BUNGALOW OF TRADITIONAL CONSTRUCTION WITH OIL C/H AND DISABLED ACCESS, USEFUL RANGE OF OUTBUILDINGS INCLUDING 90' STONE AND SLATE RANGE, STABLES AND OTHER OUTBUILDINGS, CARAVAN USED FOR OVER-SPILL ACCOMMODATION AND LEVEL LAND WITH RIVER FRONTAGE.
CONVENIENT TO ABERAERON, ABERYSTWYTH AND LAMPETER
PLEASE NOTE THE PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO AN AGRICULTURAL RESTRICTION.
From Aberaeron take the A487 coast road north to Aberarth. Turn right on to the B4577 signed to Tregaron. Go straight on through the villages of Pennant and Cross Inn and through the cross roads in the centre of Bethania itself. At the square turn right and continue down the road for approximately 1.5 miles and the property can be found on the right as identified by the agent For Sale board.
The property is well situated in the rural community of Bethania enjoying an attractive location adjoining one other country property. Bethania lies approximately 8 miles to the Georgian and Harbour and market town of Aberaeron renound for its popular hotels, restaurants and bars together with a good range of local amenities and employment opportunities and being approximately 13 miles equi distance larger town of Aberystwyth to the North and Lampeter to the South.
A rural 6 acre smallholding with a detached traditional built 2 bedroom bungalow built in 1982 offering 2 bedroom accommodation with oil fired central heating, the property which is deserving of some modernisation and refurbishment. With a useful range of out building including 90 ft stone barn, stable block with 6 loose boxes, further timber barn. The whole in an attractive rural surrounding adjoining one other property. Together with 3 pasture paddocks in all approximately 6 acres or thereabout.
The property provides more particularly the following;
Via a glazed panel door leading to.
Living Room (5.72m x 3.51m)
With double glazed patio doors to front with panoramic countryside views. Radiator, leading to
Kitchen / Dining Room
Fitted with a range of floor and wall base units, radiator, laminate flooring and doorway to attic space.
Utility Room (2.84m x 1.75m)
Houses the Worcester oil fired boiler, rear view window and door leading to the rear.
With built-in wardrobes, radiator and front facing window with views of the surrounding countryside.
Radiator and window to the side.
Potential for 3rd Bedroom
With Wash hand basin, bath, part tiled walls.
The Property is approached over a hardcore drive to which the neighbouring property has a right of access for the first 30 yards.
Timber Pole Barn
Currently in the process of being refurbished following storm damage.
Stone Barn (27.43m x 6.10m)
Of stone and slate construction with our opinion potential for conversion into alternative use subject to obtaining necessary planning consents.
Stables (3.66m x 15.24m)
A useful range of stables divided into 6 loose boxes
The property has 6 acres of land divided into attractive sized paddocks all level and boarded by a stream being a feature of the property.
Previously used as over flow accommodation. Connected to services.
mains electricity, private water from borehole, private drainage, oil fired central heating.
The property is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Restriction that limits the occupants of the property to a person (or dependents or widow of such person) who are employed, last employed or retired from agriculture or forestry in the locality. Further clarification from the agents or local Planning Authority Ceredigion County Council. The asking price in our opinion reflects this.