- Delightful Country House *Must be Viewed*
- Character 4 Bed Georgian Farmhouse
- Inglenook Fireplace
- Large grounds of approx 2.5 acres
- Wooded area and stream.
- Detached Barn suiting Conversion (STP)
- Aeron Valley Location with attractive views
- Motivated Vendors!
- A property with appeal!
- Private yet within walking distance of Village.
Property SummaryA Superior country property set in approx 2.5 acres of grounds and mature oak woodlands, with imposing detached Georgian Styled Farmhouse, detached barn suiting conversion (stc) mature Gardens, and woodland the whole enjoying far reaching views along the picturesque Aeron Valley. The Farmhouse which has uPVC Double Glazing and Oil C/H has many character features including substantial inglenook fireplace and includes the 300 year old Antique corner dresser built for the property.
LOCATION AND DIRECTIONS
From Lampeter, take the A485 to Tregaron, continue to the small hamlet of Llanio turning left signposted Stags Head. At Stags Head juction turn left, again signposted Llangeitho, continue down into the village. There is a village shop on the roundabout, take the immediate left turning, follow this road for approximately half a mile and the entrance to the property will be found on the left hand side as identified by our for sale board.
The property which is believed to date from more than 300 years with 1809 imprinted in the roof timbers is a substantial former farmhouse of solid stone construction contained under a slated roof offering well presented accommodation with the benefit of oil fired central heating via Stanley range and uPVC double glazing. The property includes the original dresser believed to date from over 300 years and built for the property being an unique antique and a very rare type of dresser with few believed to remain. The property deserves to be viewed at an early date having been marketed realistically by the current vendors who have lived at the property for over 30 years.
A superb country property retaining most original features and provides more particularly the following:-
FRONT UPVC ENTRANCE DOOR
with stained glass insets to -
radiator, access to understairs storage cupboards, stairs to first floor, featured Georgian 6 panel doors to reception rooms
SITTING ROOM (4.57 x 4.27)
with marble effect fireplace having lpg coal effect fire inset, radiator, front window
LIVING/DINING ROOM (4.70 x 4.57)
with feature original inglenook fireplace having oil fired Stanley range inset providing cooking facilities and also with back boiler for domestic hot water and central heating supplies, original beamed ceiling, feature antique corner dresser built for the property
KITCHEN (4.62 x 2.77)
with extensive range of fitted kitchen units at base and wall level incorporating single drainer sink unit, cooker space, radiator, side entrance door to -
with side door, cloackroom off having w.c., and wash hand basin
FIRST FLOOR - HALF LANDING
leading to -
BATHROOM (3.35 x 2.24)
with w.c., bidet and wash hand basin, bath, separate shower, radiator
far reaching country views from all bedroom windows.
BEDROOM 1 (4.57 x 4.34)
front window, radiator
BEDROOM 2 (2.77 x 1.68)
BEDROOM 3 (4.57 x 3.66)
STAIRS UP TO FULL LOFT
35' overall with sloping ceilings having original exposed 'A' frames one imprinted with the date 1809, 2 radiators, 2 velux roof windows, side window. This has access via an original staircase and in our opinion would convert into a useful study/home office or potentially into two bedrooms and has been used as bedroom accommodation in the past.
LOFT 2ND ANGLE
This property is delightfully situated in the heart of the Aeron Valley having far reaching views and mature gardens and grounds that surround the property, front lawned areas, delightful mature cottage style gardens with well stocked flower beds and shrubs designed to provide a wealth of colour all year round.
The grounds are intersected by a small babbling brook with feature bridge leading to detached stone and slate outbuilding with, in our opinion, conversion potential (subject to consent). To the rear of the property are enchanting wooded areas, which feature a fabulous carpet of bluebells in the spring. Please note there is a public footpath that crosses the rear of the property but does not affect the house or garden.
The whole enjoying a delightful location with far reaching views over the Aeron valley.
Set away from the house with independent access from the adjoining lane is a useful stone barn currently providing storage accommodation and approx 30 x 18 overall and with in our opinion being ripe for development for conversion onto a holiday cottage or studio/workshop (STP)
The property benefits from connection to mains water, mains electricity, private drainage, oil fired central heating, uPVC double glazing.