- Superbly Located Country Cottage
- Secluded with No Near Neighbours
- Characterful 3 bed cottage
- Inglenook fireplace
- Two Substantial stone and slate barns
- Approx 1 acre gardens
- Wildlife Haven
- Feature Greenhouse
- Rare Opportunity
- 3 Miles LLanrhystud
Property SummaryLooking for that rural retreat? Then look no further.
An opportunity of acquiring a completely secluded, yet not remote, country cottage oozing with character, offering up to 3 bedroom accommodation set in 1 acre of mature gardens and grounds, including wild flower gardens being a haven for wildlife with an attached feature greenhouse, 2 substantial stone ranges offering diverse appeal.
A property that must be inspected to be fully appreciated.
3 Miles Llanrhystud and the Coast
This property is beautifully tucked away in a secluded location at the end of a hard based lane nearing the termination of a council maintained no through road. The property is approximately 1 mile from the rural community of Joppa, some 3 miles from the coastal village of Llanrhystud with a good range of amenities including shops, public house, primary school and places of worship. 20 minutes drive from the Georgian destination town of Aberaeron to the south and the busier employment centre and university town of Aberystwyth to the north. Surrounded by agricultural land with no near neighbours, this is indeed a property for those looking for that rural retreat.
A rare opportunity of acquiring an unspoilt example of a traditional country cottage with many retained character features and oozing with charm. The property has the benefit of solid fuel fired central heating and double glazing although with original style sash windows to preserve the character and the type of property, with its secluded, tucked away location, the character of the cottage and the diversity of the barns and in an area rich in local wildlife is an ideal opportunity for those seeking the sustainable way of life and even with solar panels, private water, private drainage with limited outgoings!
The property offers more particularly the following:
A substantial traditional front entrance door to hallway.
With tiled floor, beamed ceiling, exposed tongue and groove panelled walls, access to under stairs storage cupboard. Stairs to first floor.
Kitchen (4.57m x 2.74m)
With tiled floor, range of bespoke kitchen units with timber work surfaces incorporating Belfast sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine, LPG cooker point, solid fuel Rayburn range with back boiler for domestic hot water and central heating and also providing cooking facilities. Front double glazed window.
Living Room (5.44m x 4.57m)
With feature inglenook style fireplace having substantial oak beam having a wood burning stove inset on a tiled hearth with bread oven to the side, a feature beamed ceiling, 2 radiators. Front double glazed window.
Side Reception Room / Studio (4.70m x 4.88m)
With side entrance door, wood burning stove, beamed ceiling, exposed timber flooring, front and rear widows, spiral staircase to first floor bedroom.
First Floor Bedroom (3) (4.72m x 5.13m (into eaves))
With exposed stone walling, velux roof window and side window.
With access via staircase to main gallery landing.
Gallery Landing (2.74m x 2.95m)
An attractive space with large roof window and open vaulted design providing character and feeling of space with mezzanine storage area and feature original exposed timber panel wall.
Bedroom 1 (4.27m x 4.57m)
With velux roof window. 2 radiators, front double glazed window and door to side bedroom 3.
With roll top bath having electric shower unit over, radiator, wash hand basin, toilet, tongue and groove walls. Front double glazed window.
Bedroom 2 (4.65m x 2.67m)
With radiator, access to airing cupboard with copper cylinder, front double glazed window.
The property is approached by a hard based drive leading to gated entrance, being flanked by 2 substantial stone barns being:
Range 1 (8.38m x 4.88m)
Of handsome proportions having been re-roofed and under felted which is with open plan barn area. With power connected.
Side Workshop (3.99m x 4.75m)
Part cobble floor. With power connected.
Range 2 (10.67m x 4.57m internally)
Being the original cow shed, stone and slate construction having been re-roofed and under felted. Attached brick potting shed. With power connected.
Attached Garage (4.42m x 5.18m)
With double doors, power connected.
The cottage is centrally set in spacious grounds of 1 acre, currently laid to lawn with wildflower and meandering paths, former cottage kitchen garden with orchard area and former vegetable garden, 1 main wildlife pond high in conservation value. The whole surrounded by mature trees and hedges and in an area renowned for its wildlife and surrounded by agricultural land with no near neighbours.
Mains electricity with solar PV panels believed to be 1.35 KW with feed in tariff, private water with its own spring, private drainage to septic tank. Terms of BT transfer regulation, broadband available.
For identification purposes only.
From Llanrhystud, take the B4337 Talsarn road and continue to the top of the hill taking a left hand turning for Blaenpennal, continue along this roadway taking the first left hand turning. At the staggered junction, turn right then left onto a no through road with the lane skirting a farmstead. Continue and the property entrance is the next on the left hand side.
As can be seen the property has no near neighbours other than an agricultural barn and is tucked away in rolling country side.