Mydroilyn, Near Aberaeron

£415,000
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  • Brochure
  • Street View
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 1
Type: Land - Small Holding

Property details

Property Features

  • CHOICE 6 ACRE COUNTRY PROPERTY
  • DELIGHTFUL REFURBISHED 3 BED COTTAGE
  • OOZING WITH CHARM AND CHARACTER
  • COMPREHENSIVELY RESTORED
  • ATTRACTIVE GARDENS
  • 8 BERTH STATIC CARAVAN
  • 4 LEVEL PADDOCKS
  • FORMER SMITHY SUITING CONVERSION (STC)
  • 4 MILES NEW QUAY, 6 MILES ABERAERON
  • MUST BE VIEWED -AVAILABLE CHAIN FREE

Property Summary

A superb example of a period style cottage , offering beautifully refurbished 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom accommodation with many original features including feature half cruck beams having detached stone built former smithy, delightful gardens and grounds, 8 berth caravan used for overflow accommodation and the whole set in approx. 6 acres of particularly attractive level land with wildlife corridors enjoying views over Cardigan Bay.
Only 4 miles from the sandy beaches of New Quay.
Aberaeron is just over 5 miles away via direct country lane route.

Full Details

Location
The property is delightfully located in the small hamlet type setting, enjoying far reaching views both to front and rear over the surrounding countryside and with sea views from the land. The property is some 1 mile from the village of Mydroilyn, 2 miles from the village of Llanarth with a good range of local amenities approx 4 miles distance of the popular seaside fishing village of New Quay renowned for its sandy beaches also convenient to the Georgian destination town of Aberaeron within easy driving distance of the larger towns of Cardigan to the south, Aberystwyth to the north and Lampeter inland.

Directions
From Aberaeron take the A487 south continue through the villages of Ffosyffin and Llwyncelyn, after passing the Moody Cow Farm shop and cafe. After 1/2 mile take the next left turning to Mydroilyn continue on this road for approx 2 miles and at the top of the hill by Bardsey View a caravan site turn left and continue along this lane and around the corner and Ffynnon Iwan is the first property on the left hand side as denoted by the agents for sale board.

Description
Ffynnon Iwan is a particularly attractive traditional vernacular style cottage with original half cruck beams now making a feature in the property, having been extensively and sympathetically renovated and restored by the current owners to provide an extremely attractive period style character style cottage which is diversely appealing having a particularly attractive living room with open vaulted ceiling with feature half cruck beams and offering flexible accommodation for the less mobile.
The property offers also complemented by attractive gardens and grounds adding to the residential appeal of the property with lovely level land contained in small paddocks being well fenced with mature hedge boundaries suiting equestrian livestock or amenity purposes with some established wildlife corridors.
The property which has the benefit of both wood burning stove and solid fuel central heating.

Front entrance
Oak Door with stained and leaded glass inset to

Hallway
With tiled floor, pantry cupboard off with electric consumer unit, access to under stairs storage cupboard with tiled floor

Bedroom (4.14m x 3.05m)
With double aspect windows having period shutters and radiator

Wet room
With tiled floor and walls, electric shower unit, wash hand basin, toilet, heated towel rail.

Superb Living room (5.18m x 4.04m)
With full length exposed vaulted ceiling having feature half cruck beams, fireplace with wood burning stove, sky lights, front windows with shutters, rear sliding patio door to covered veranda.

Kitchen (4.75m x 4.22m)
An attractive cottage style kitchen with base units incorporating single drainage sink unit and solid fuel Rayburn range with back boiler for domestic hot water and heating supply servicing 6 radiators and also providing cooking facilities, electric cooker point, fridge space under breakfast bar, under stairs storage cupboard, patio doors to rear covered veranda.
Steps up to utility room

Utility room (2.34m x 1.98m)
With tiled floor, base units incorporating Belfast sink unit, plumbing for hot and cold washing machine space for tumble drier and small chest freezer, side oak stable door to covered decked area

First floor
From staircase in living room to open gallery/landing overlooking the impressive living room

Master bedroom (4.22m x 4.14m)
With Velux roof windows, side window.

Bedroom 3
with steps from Kitchen to landing area

Bedroom (4.37m x 3.76m max 2.34m min)
Access to under eaves storage space, rear window, radiator, door to walk in airing cupboard with hot water tank.

En-suite bathroom
With bath with shower attachment with separate electric shower over, radiator, wash hand basin and toilet.

Externally
The property has some lovely residential features and is approached by a front fore court with timber and corrugated iron built workshop and wood store to front, 19' x 8 ft with a rear covered veranda, gravel paths, gravelled off road parking area.

Rear Verandah
to the rear of the cottage is a decked covered verandah to enjoy sitting out on, on those relaxing evenings.

Former Smithy (8.84m x 4.57m)
Opposite the cottage is a former stone built smithy with double opening front doors and concreted floor, this has been re-roofed and in our opinion would be ideal as a workshop/studio or even further accommodation (STC)

Timber garden workshop

Stone built building
Known as the "Calf Byre" used as animal housing and hay store

21ft polytunel

8 berth caravan
Utilised for over flow and storage accommodation, connected to services

Rear of the property
attractive garden with vegetable beds, rose beds and orchard area, chicken coop with run, garden implements shed.

The land
An attractive feature of this property and one of the principle reasons the current vendors fell in love with it when they bought it are its level productive lands divided into 4 paddocks all well fenced with mature hedge boundaries, with pedestrian gate from garden and separate road side access with gate to the lane for accessing livestock, larger machinery, horseboxes etc. having established wildlife corridors for amenity purposes and from the furthest paddock having attractive views over the surrounding countryside with distant views over cardigan bay.

Views

Services
We are informed the property benefits from mains electricity and water, private drainage, solid fuel fired central heating, Telephone and broadband

Aberaeron

Aberaeron
Evans Bros
1 Market Street
Aberaeron
Ceredigion
SA46 0AS
01545 570462
aberaeron@evansbros.co.uk

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