- Grade II listed extended Cottage
- Coastal Location with distant sea views
- Intended to Provide 3 beds with Ensuite
- Annexe Potential
- Ideal Project
- Distant Sea Views
- Overlooking open fileds
- Hamlet style setting
- 1 Mile Aberaeron
Property SummaryLooking for a coastal project ?
A pretty grade II listed cottage with a large modern extension that could provide 2 separate units for letting purposes (STC) in a delightful coastal location within 1 mile of Aberaeron.
There are not many examples of these lovely vernacular cottages left to preserve and is an opportunity for the discerning purchaser to develop a piece of history with the benefit of completing the modern addition to provide an unique coastal cottage either as a
From Aberaeron proceed south on the A487 by Henfynyw Church, turn left passing the local authority houses to a small junction, continuing straight across. Carry on around the sharp right hand bend and the property can be found the last but one on the left hand side.
The property is attractively located in a coastal position overlooking open fields and yet within walking distance of the A487 roadway with regular bus route. The property is conveniently located only 1 mile from the Georgian destination town of Aberaeron renowned for its many popular hotels, bar, restaurants, shops and with doctors surgery, chemists and the local authority administrative offices.
The property is also conveniently located to the large towns of Aberystwyth to the north and Cardigan to the south and the many popular sandy beaches and secluded coves along this part of the Ceredigion heritage coast line.
An increasingly rare opportunity of purchasing a delightful Grade II listed cottage of historic importance being partly of original Clom or Cob i.e. earth wall construction, under a thatched roof with a corrugated iron roof that has been re covered. The property has been extended with a modern addition for which planning permission and building regulation inspections have been carried out. The property could be developed with the modern section that has sea views completed and the vendors had considered its completion into two self contained letting units (subject to any consents required) by having the original section and the modern section being separate self contained units
A rare opportunity for the discerning purchaser to complete their own project of having an historic cottage with a contemporary addition which has been partly built.
Cottage (7.47m x 5.03m)
Which is an original clom wall cottage is currently in an open plan format. In need of refurbishment and renovation together with loft over revealing the beamed and thatched support with part of the original thatch remaining in situ with plans for 2 bedrooms and separate bathroom.
An opening to the full length loft space reveals a double-purlin roof with thin collar trusses and thin vertically-laid branches under gorse under thatch.
To the side of the property is a modern addition of block construction contained under a slated roof. Comprising of:
Proposed Bedroom (4.57mx 4.17m)
With space for en-suite
Open Plan Kitchen / Living / Dining Room (7.47m x 5.26m)
To rear intended to have an open vaulted ceiling with large patio doors overlooking the garden and distant sea views.
Side gated driveway with off road parking
rear grassed garden with attractive outlook over open fields with distant sea views
We are informed that electricity is available subject to connection charges. The main water connection has been paid for but not yet connected and purchasers will be required to install their own private drainage system.
The property is grade II listed as "A scarce example of a cob cottage of regional type, re-fronted in stone here but retaining its character".
The property has the benefit of planning and listed building consent for the part constructed works and copies of the plans and planning permission are available from the estate agents or can be viewed on the link below.
Proposed drawings elevations and floor plans