- Secluded Country Cottage set in 6.2 acres
- No Near Neighbours
- Delightful Welsh Long House
- Character 2 bed Accommodation
- Useful outbuildings
- Series of ponds
- Superb Gardens
- Access over long Farm Track
- 7 Miles Lampeter 12 Miles Coast
Property Summary*Looking for a secluded location with no near neighbours then this property is for you!*
A superb example of a traditional welsh longhouse expertly renovated to provide a pretty and characterful 2 bedroomed cottage with flagstone floors, oil central heating and double glazing. Set in 6.2 acres of land being a wildlife haven with extensive gardens, ponds, and paddocks.
*** No Onward Chain***
The property is best approached by taking the A475 to Llanwnnen, continue to the village of Drefach turning right onto the B4338, continue through the village of Cwrtnewydd and Gorsgoch and after passing the public house and chapel in Gorsgoch, take the next turning right onto a no through road. Continue to a small 'T' junction with a farm on the left, take the right hand lane, follow this lane to a gate, go through the first gate bearing right and Glan Grannell is through the timber gate ahead of you. This track is quite rough and should be traversed with care.
At the end of a meandering shared farm track in part with one other property this secluded property with no near neighbours is going to appeal to those discerning purchasers looking for the tucked away private cottage. The property is bordered by stream and is in an area rich in wildlife habitat.
A Superb example of a characterful traditional welsh long house lovingly restored during the current vendors 27 years ownership that provides a unique cottage with a wealth of features that can only be really appreciated on viewing. From the porch and hall with slate flagstone floors through to the impressive large living room with open vaulted ceiling with wood burning stove and dining area with solid fuel Rayburn and on to the welcoming kitchen with a second oil fired Rayburn this property really does exude quality!
One not to be missed!
Of traditional stone construction with a slated roof the property has undergone a complete restoration project over the 27 years the current owners have owned it and now offers tastefully presented accommodation with the benefit of an oil fired Rayburn providing central heating supplies, a second solid fuel Rayburn in case of power cuts! and timber double glazed windows.
Porch (2.54m x 2.21m)
With slate flagstone floor, fitted bench seats, an ideal boot room!
With slate flagstone floor, feature bread oven, open vaulted ceiling with velux roof window, stairs to first floor.
Living Room (8.48m x 4.88m)
An impressive room with open vaulted ceiling, slate flagstone flooring, stone fireplace with wood burner inset,side door.
being at a raised level to the main living room with oak panelled division , quarry tiled floor , brick chimney breast with solid fuel Rayburn inset, storage cupboards, velux roof window
Kitchen (4.62m x 4.52m)
An attractive farmhouse styled kitchen with slate tiled floor, oak fronted kitchen units with central claret Rayburn providing cooking facilities and with back boiler for domestic hot water and central heating, side door, integrated appliances including double oven, hob, fridge, freezer and washing machine. Ceramic 1 1/2 bowl sink unit. Access to storage loft.
Bedroom 1 (5.08m x 4.01m)
At ground floor level with slate flagstone flooring exposed stone walls and fireplace with another wood burner on a slate hearth, side stable door, bay window area.
With high level cistern toilet, wash basin, bath with shower over, integrated radiator and heated towel rail, extractor fan.
Study Landing (3.35m x 1.83m average)
Bedroom 2 (3.99m x 3.35m)
with exposed A frames, exposed floor boards and velux roof window.
A feature of this property is the private location with stoned lane and timber gateway leading to a gravelled driveway with ample parking.
There are extensive lawned gardens with a series of ponds and a well organised vegetable garden with raised beds greenhouse and garden store. Orchard with apple, pear, cherry and plum trees.
Timber Store and workshop (9 x 3)
With probably the fullest and tidiest stack of firewood you will ever see.
There is a timber utility building insulated with freezer space and housing the tumble drier, Further former studio 27 x 12
Overlooking the furthest pond with power and broadband connected and with jetty to the front
There are two paddock areas a small one to the front with some small ponds and with bee hives, and a second larger paddock left for wildlife conservation and with a rich habitat of wildlife and with field shelter.
There is a series of three main ponds that are a further attraction and a relaxing feature.
Mains Electricity, Private water form bore hole, Private drainage, Oil Fired central heating, Telephone, Broadband (approx 10 Mbps)
There is a public footpath that skirts the property that provides a lovely walk though the adjoining country side and is within walking distance of a wildlife reserve managed by the West Wales Wildlife Trust.