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3 Bed Bungalow - Detached 
For Sale

Beulah Road, Bryngwyn, Newcastle Emlyn

Offers in the region of £330,000

A charming, deceptively spacious detached bungalow situated in the semi rural village of Bryngwyn, near Newcastle Emlyn. The property has its own gated driveway with ample parking for several vehicles, a detached double garage, conservatory offering fabulous far reaching countryside views to the rear, and gardens front and back. The popular market town of Newcastle Emlyn is only 4.2 miles away and has many artisan shops, cafes & restaurants, supermarkets, and primary and secondary schools. The larger market town of Cardigan is only 8 miles away with larger amenities, and the stunning beaches and Ceredigion coastal path along the west Wales coast of Cardigan Bay are a mere 10-minute drive away.

Enter the property through a canopied entrance into the front hall, with doors leading to the bedrooms, kitchen, lounge and bathroom, and a useful airing cupboard with the hot water tank and shelving. The lounge has been built to be slightly elevated than the rest of the main bungalow via a couple of steps up to the main level to take full advantage of the far reaching views, this clever idea ensures the home owners can see the spectacular views from this vantage point. The lounge also benefits from a very pretty fireplace with ornate tile and cast iron surround with a wooden mantle and side and an enclosed multifuel burner in situ. Sliding double doors lead into the conservatory, which again has been built raised up to the same level as the lounge to ensure the beautiful views are fully maximised and appreciated. The conservatory has a polycarbonate roof, windows all round and a door to one side to give access to the rear garden. The kitchen is a practical space with matching, solid wood wall and base units with work top over, a built in electric oven and electric hob, space for a freestanding fridge/freezer an opening into the dining area, and a door into the utility room.

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9 Bed Land - Small Holding 
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Henllan, Llandysul

Offers in the region of £790,000

LIFESTYLE CHANGE – An income generating property, with a farmhouse & 3 holiday let cottages, each with their own hot-tubs, nestled within around 4 acres of immaculate landscaped gardens and woodland in stunning countryside. The property also includes ample off road parking, 2 stables and barn, a useful workshop, service room and a laundry room, all beautifully presented and offering a wonderful family home and income.

Henllan is famed for its links with the woollen industry and the old railway station, which is the centre for the Vale of Teifi Railway Preservation Society, it is also home to Celtic Wines with a delightful gift shop, coffee room and adjoining garden centre. The popular market town of Newcastle Emlyn is only 3.8 miles away and offers quaint country shops, supermarkets, schools and more, and Llandysul is only 5.5 miles away. Meanwhile, the stunning beaches and coastal paths of Cardigan Bay are only a short drive away.

The main house has an entrance into the entrance hall and also the utility room, the most practical entrance is through the utility room. The utility room offers quality matching wall and base units with a butler sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, built-in AEG Freezer, a broom cupboard and a door into the kitchen. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with high spec matching wall and base units with worktop over, and a movable matching island. A built-in AEG dishwasher and fridge, a microwave, space for a free-standing electric range oven and hob (the existing RANGEMASTER, is available by separate negotiation), pull-out larder cupboard, glass units, space for a breakfast table and double patio doors out to the rear patio and gardens. An opening and step down leads to the spacious lounge/diner, with an impressive sandstone fireplace with a wood burning stove fitted, a wood-panelled feature wall, double doors out to the side of the property, a door and step down to the conservatory, & a door into the hallway.

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3 Bed Bungalow - Detached 
For Sale

4 Brynamora, Blaenannerch, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £290,000

This detached bungalow, nestled at the edge of a rural village, offers a blend of countryside charm and functional adaptability for disabled use, in need of some modernization it presents an excellent opportunity for customization and enhancement all located in the village of Blaenannerch that is situated 4.5 miles north of the market town of Cardigan and only 2.6 miles from the beach at Aberporth and the beautiful Cardigan Bay coastline.

There is a ramp accessing the front door that opens into the hallway, the spacious lounge is located to the right and benefits from a log burner and a window that overlooks the front garden, to the left of the hallway, also located at the front of the bungalow is the master bedroom which also overlooks the front of the home, to the rear of the property are 2 further bedrooms both smaller doubles, with windows to the rear and one also benefits from build in wardrobe, the hallway also features ample storage cupboards, providing practical solutions for the home. Located centrally, the family bathroom features tiled walls and includes essential amenities such as a bath, sink, and w/c, also accessed from the hallway is the spacious kitchen diner, equipped with a range of wall and base units, a window overlooking the rear garden, allowing residents to enjoy the natural beauty of the countryside, and the kitchen features adapted worktops for wheelchair use, enhancing accessibility for all, and a stainless steel sink and drainer located below the rear window, there is also an electric hob, an e ye-level integral oven, and an airing cupboard.

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3 Bed Bungalow - Semi Detached 
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Anwylfan, Aberporth, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £255,000

A delightful, modernised and extended bungalow in the sea side village of Aberporth. An ex-local authority property, within walking distance to the beach and with glimpses of the sea, with off road parking for 2 cars and an enclosed rear garden. The village of Aberporth benefits from many amenities such as a village shop, post office, pharmacy, pub with restaurant, café, Indian takeaway & restaurant, chip shop, primary school, nursery, and so much more, and the nearby coastal path is a short walk away giving access to the spectacular Ceredigion Coastal Path in Cardigan Bay, west Wales.

Access into the property is via a front door into a small porch area, with space to hang coats and a door into the hallway. The spacious hall has a pull down attic hatch and doors leading into the three bedrooms, bathroom, lounge and kitchen.

There are two double bedrooms to the front, one with a fitted wardrobe and an airing cupboard (housing the gas fired combi boiler). The third bedroom is to the rear of the property and is a small double/large single. The bathroom is a lovely modern space with a bath with shelving to one end, a corner shower, a vanity wash hand unit and a toilet.

The lounge is a generous sized room benefitting from a rear extension with a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, a remote controlled ceiling Velux with blinds, a gas fired stove on a slate hearth, sliding patio doors out to the rear garden and patio, and an opening into the kitchen.

The kitchen is fitted with modern, matching base and wall units with worktop over, electric oven and hob with extractor over, stainless steel 1.5 sink drainer, integral washing machine, space for a freestanding fridge freezer, windows to the rear with glimpses of the sea, and a door back to the hallway.

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2 Bed House - Semi-Detached 
SSTC

Llangrannog, Llandysul

£400,000

A truly unique opportunity to buy a stunning home directly overlooking the sea and the beautiful blue flag beach in Llangrannog. Situated at the heart of this popular seaside village with its vibrant community, cosy pubs, and beautiful beaches, much loved by locals and tourists alike. Currently used as a holiday home this property offers income potential or if you wished to make it your home you would be able to enjoy all the benefits that a life by the coast brings. This beautifully maintained property overlooks the beach and is a easy strolling distance to the village pubs, cafes & shop, and also gives access to the popular Ceredigion Coastal Path. It comes complete with sought-after parking in the village with an integral garage that also has additional storage space ideal for storing all the equipment that comes with coastal living.

This 2 bedroom semi-detached house is approached from the seafront, it benefits from an integral garage with a concrete area in front, and a separate entrance to the left, Through the entrance down an internal alleyway to the end there is a door to your left, You approach the main living area from the first fight of stairs, This spacious Lounge/Kitchen/Dining room has been tastefully decorated and designed to capture the stunning sea views, with french doors leading you onto the balcony that stretches the length of the building, The balcony has room for a small seating and dining area to enable you to enjoy alfresco dining or even just to sit and enjoy the ever-changing sea landscape or the stunning sunsets. The kitchen area benefits from a range of base and wall units, an integral under-counter fridge, a dishwasher, an electric hob, an oven with an extractor fan over, and an eye-level microwave. In the dining/lounge area, there is also a wall-mounted feature radiator with a mirror inset into the design.

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5 Bed House - Detached 
SSTC

Penbryn, Sarnau, Llandysul

Offers in the region of £625,000

A beautifully preserved Grade II listed former farmhouse, full of original features and set in around 1.75 acres of a mixture of manicured grounds and woodlands. All within walking distance to the idyllic National Trust beach of Penbryn and with historical importance as being a C19 farmhouse apparently remodelled in c1920-30 by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis (a Welsh architect known chiefly as the creator of the Italianate village of Portmeirion in North Wales) for his brother Rupert. Originally the property was white-painted and thatched, however the thatch was burnt off in 1939 and the white paint removed c1990.

Penbryn is arguably the most striking of the beaches along this stretch of West Wales coastline. It is completely unspoiled and a haven for wildlife. It is owned and managed by the National Trust which has taken great pains to protect the surrounding natural habitat. As a result, there has been little land development and the existing houses in the Penbryn and Penmorfa valley have been there since the 1800s and early 1900s (and earlier). A short drive takes you to a CKs minimarket at Tanygroes where you can buy essentials, with Cardigan Town only a 20 minute drive away with larger amenities etc.

The front door leads into the living room, with exposed stone walls, exposed wooden beams, door to the rear garden, stairs up to the first floor, and doors leading to the dining room, rear porch and ground floor bedroom. The dining room again has exposed stone walls, a feature fireplace and an opening to the kitchen. The kitchen is a cosy room with fitted wall and base units, sink with drainer, hob and eye level built in oven. The down stairs bedroom has a feature fireplace and a door leading into the en-suit with a wet room shower, toilet and wash hand basin. The rear porch has a door to the rear of the property and a door into the utility/laundry room. This room has a toilet, units, a wash hand basin and space and plumbing for a washing machine.

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3 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Cribyn, Lampeter

Offers in the region of £265,000

A delightful house, tastefully modernised over the years to provide a welcoming character home in a pretty rural village location, with off road parking, garden and useful timber cabin, perfect for hobbies or home office. The rural village of Cribyn, not far from Cae Hir Gardens and approximately 5 miles north of Lampeter. Lampeter is a market town in the Teifi Valley. It has an interesting history as a university town, provides services for a wide area including independent shops, cafes, leisure centre and farmers market etc with a great network of walks to enjoy and all within easy driving distance of the west Wales coast of Cardigan Bay and it’s many pretty, sandy beaches.

Entry into the house is through gated access into the front yard, with slate paths and crushed slate sides. The front door leads into the lounge/diner with wooden floors, exposed wooden beams, original build in glass fronted cupboard, a pretty fireplace with slate and tiled surround and housing a wood burning stove with a feature bread oven to the side, stairs to the first floor and steps and opening up to the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with free standing stainless steel units complete with built in worktops over, an electric oven range with extractor over, space for a dishwasher, stainless steel wall mounted cupboards, a stable door out to the rear garden and a door to the WC/utility room. This room has a toilet, wash hand basin, space and plumbing for a washing machine and houses the oil fired boiler which services the hot water and central heating.

On the first floor, off the landing are three bedrooms, the two to the front of the property are both good sized doubles with wooden floors & views over open countryside to the front, and the rear is a single with views over the rear garden. There is also a shower room with a double shower, toilet & wash hand basin, and a stunning bathroom with a free standing bath, toilet and wash hand basin.

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23 Bed Land - Small Holding 
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Tanygroes, Nr Aberporth, Cardigan

Offers in excess of £1,500,000

This traditional 5-bedroom farmhouse offers not only the main farmhouse but also overflow accommodation, plus an additional six holiday cottages, each designed to provide comfort and style. All located near Aberporth and its beautiful beaches just a 5 minute drive away and the picturesque Cardigan Bay coast. this beautiful complex is currently running as a healing retreat centre in addition to the regular holiday cottage income which provides 2 separate businesses adequately accommodating 2 families.

There is a beautiful roundhouse a meditation room or chapel known as Ty Nos, offering a tranquil sanctuary for reflection and peace. Various outbuildings dotted around the property, serving as both functional spaces and enhancing its rustic allure all set within 4 acres, located down a track.

This property also benefits from a wonderful investment opportunity, with guaranteed continued income for the next 2 years. This complex presents a rare chance to own not just a home, but great income potential. Whether seeking a personal sanctuary, a lucrative investment, or both.

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3 Bed House - Semi-Detached 
SSTC

Maeshyfryd, St. Dogmaels, Cardigan

£220,000

This 3-bedroom semi-detached ex-local authority house offers a comfortable and charming living space with thoughtful details and pleasant surroundings, located in the heart of St Dogmaels, this is a much sought-after village, with a great community and local amenities, such as a village shop, primary school, village pub, cafes, restaurants, art galleries, the St Dogmaels Abbey, mill and so much more, with additional larger amenities in the popular market town of Cardigan, which is only 1.5 miles away. St Dogmaels is also a short drive to the wonderful sandy beach, Poppit Sands and the Pembrokeshire coastline and coastal path around Cardigan Bay.

Upon entering, the hallway welcomes you with ceramic tiled flooring, doors lead off to the lounge, dining room, and stairs to the first floor. The lounge benefits from a window overlooking the front garden, it features laminate flooring, a painted wooden mantle with a marble composite hearth, the owner has informed us there is a log burner behind the board, situated in the fireplace, additionally, there are picture rails, built-in shelving, and a feature arch on the wall. The dining room also overlooks the front garden and also has laminate flooring. A door leads off to the kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a range of base and wall units, a one-and-a-half sink with a drainer, and space and plumbing for appliances such as a fridge, freezer, washing machine, and electric oven. A glazed door leads to the sunroom, and there’s also access to the shower room from here. The sunroom, constructed of wood with uPVC cladding and a uPVC roof, and overlooks the rear garden and provides a pleasant space to relax. The shower room features a wash hand basin with storage underneath, a WC, and an electric shower with a double-sized enclosure.

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2 Bed House - End Terrace 
For Sale

Llangrannog, Llandysul

Offers in the region of £197,500

A delightful, character cottage situated in the picturesque seaside village of Llangrannong, within walking distance to the beach and popular Ceredigion Coastal Path. Llangrannog is a gem of West Wales with its vibrant community, a cosy pub and cafes and beautiful beaches it is a lovely place to escape from the hustle-bustle of life. The heart of the village lies away from the beach up the valley, tucked away in the hillside. The village developed around the 6th Century Church which was rebuilt in 1885 and is still in use today. The village of Brynhoffnant is a short drive up the hill and has a Londis shop and petrol station and a pub. And nearby Cardigan town is only a 20-minute drive away.

Access to the property is off a small path accessed off a minor road, with a door leading into the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with wall and base units with a worktop over, a built-in electric hob and an eye-level oven and grill, a sink with a drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for an undercounter fridge, a tiled floor, a wall mounted air heater, and a pretty bay window offering a lovely space to put a small dining table for meals and to sit and watch the world go by. A door leads into the lounge with an open staircase to the first floor, a wood-burning stove on a slate hearth, perfect for those colder evenings, and a wall mounted air heater.

On the first floor are two bedrooms, the main one is a double and found on the end of the property with a wall mounted air heater, a bay window at the front which offers lovely views down towards the coast and a side window which overlooks the garden area and stream, and the other is a spacious single with built-in storage space and window to the front overlooking the garden area. There is a shower room with a toilet, wash hand basin and shower, and there is useful storage over the staircase.

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3 Bed Bungalow - Detached 
SSTC

Capel Iwan, Newcastle Emlyn

Offers in the region of £300,000

This charming 3-bedroom bungalow offers a peaceful retreat with panoramic countryside views. Set just a few miles south of the market town of Newcastle Emlyn (just a 10-minute drive) away, nestled on the outskirts of the rural village of Capel Iwan, with additional larger amenities available in the popular market town of Cardigan, or Carmarthen, and located within a 30-minute drive to the popular Cardigan Bay Coast.

Through the entrance porch, you find yourself in a welcoming hallway, with doors leading to the lounge, kitchen, bedrooms, bathroom, and more. The lounge exudes warmth with its open fireplace, featuring a stone and wooden mantel and a tiled hearth, French doors open to the dining room/snug, and the window overlooks the front garden. The dining room seamlessly connects to the kitchen, located at the rear of the property to maximize the far-reaching countryside views. The spacious kitchen boasts a range of base and wall units, a tiled splashback, a sink with a double drainer, and doors leading to both the conservatory and back to the entrance hall. The conservatory, with its solid roof, offers a delightful space to enjoy the views, and a door leads to steps descending to the rear garden.

The inner hallway guides you to three double bedrooms, two of which feature built-in wardrobes. The bathroom includes a bath, a wash basin with storage underneath, a toilet, and an opaque window to the rear. A separate shower room and a walk-in airing cupboard add practicality to the living space.

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2 Bed Land - Small Holding 
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Penbryn, Sarnau,

Offers in the region of £375,000

This is a unique opportunity to acquire this small chalet-style cottage near Penbryn Beach. Set within 2.11 acres,this charming property is nestled up a scenic track, just a stroll away from the breathtaking Penbryn Beach. The cottage itself boasts a cosy chalet-style architecture, exuding a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Penbryn is arguably the most striking of the beaches along this stretch of West Wales coastline. It is completely unspoiled and a haven for wildlife. It is owned and managed by the National Trust which has taken great pains to protect the surrounding natural habitat. As a result, there has been little land development and the existing houses in the Penbryn and Penmorfa valley have been there since the 1800s and early 1900s (and earlier). This locality offers a tranquil and relaxing rural lifestyle.

As you approach the property, you’ll be greeted by the sight of mature gardens and trees, adding a natural beauty to the surroundings. The landscape not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of the cottage but also offers a tranquil setting.

One of the standout features of this property is the generous 2-acre paddock that accompanies it. This spacious outdoor area provides many possibilities, whether you envision it as a space for gardening or a playground for family and pets. The paddock offers a unique and versatile element to the package.

The proximity to Penbryn Beach adds another layer of appeal, allowing for easy access to the sandy shores and the soothing sound of the ocean. Whether you’re looking for a permanent residence, a vacation home, or an investment opportunity, this setting provides a perfect balance of tranquillity and coastal living.

The track leading to the cottage ensures a sense of seclusion, offering a retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

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4 Bed Bungalow - Dormer Detached 
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Beulah, Newcastle Emlyn

Offers in the region of £415,000

**NO CHAIN** A beautifully presented modern dormer bungalow with ample off-road parking, air source heating and solar hot water, accessible access with ground floor wheelchair access, a detached garage and an enclosed rear garden overlooking open fields. Located within the rural village of Beulah and is a short drive to the stunning coastal path and beaches of Cardigan Bay, West Wales. The popular market town of Newcastle Emlyn is only 4.9 miles away and has many pretty, artisan shops, cafes & restaurants, supermarkets, and primary and secondary schools. The larger market town of Cardigan is only 8 miles away.

The property is accessed via a step and ramped path to a canopied entrance, with a door leading into the welcoming entrance hall. This space has a vaulted ceiling with Velux window and a galleried landing. The hall has a wooden floor, under stairs cupboard and doors which lead into the lounge, kitchen/diner, two bedrooms (master with en-suite) the family bathroom and a useful storage cupboard.

The lounge has wooden flooring, and a window to the front and offers a lovely space to relax. The kitchen/diner is another spacious room with a tiled floor, modern, matching wall and base units with a worktop over, built-in dishwasher, stainless steel 1.5 sink with drainer, space for an electric oven range with extractor over, and space for a freestanding fridge/freezer. There are double patio doors that lead out to the rear garden, enough space for a six-seater dining table and a door into the utility room. The utility room has matching base units with a worktop over and larder cupboards, a 1.5 sink with a drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine and under-counter tumble dryer and a door leading out to the rear garden.

The ground-floor bedrooms are both accessible with the master benefiting from built-in wardrobes, and an en-suite wet room with a spacious double shower, vanity toilet and sink unit with storage cupboards and tiled walls and floor.

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3 Bed Bungalow - Detached 
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Parc Y Plas, Aberporth, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £390,000

A beautifully presented bungalow in the sea side village of Aberporth with partial sea views, walking distance to the two pretty beaches and the village amenities. With off road parking, attached garage, conservatory, enclosed rear garden and a very useful garden room/home office. The village of Aberporth benefits from many amenities such as a village shop, post office, pharmacy, pub with restaurant, café, Indian takeaway & restaurant, chip shop, primary school, nursery, and so much more, and the nearby coastal path is a short walk away giving access to the spectacular Ceredigion Coastal Path in Cardigan Bay, west Wales.

Access into the property is through the front porch, with poly-carbonate roof, windows front and side and space to hang coats and store shoes and boots. A door leads into the spacious lounge, with beautiful wood flooring, a fireplace (currently closed off but we have been informed by the owners this could be opened up again if needed), an opening into the kitchen/diner and a door leading into the hall.

The stunning kitchen/diner is a harmonious and inviting space, with matching wall and base units, elegantly complemented by solid wood worktops with breakfast bar, integrated dishwasher and fridge, discreetly tucked away behind cabinet doors, a butler sink which stands as a timeless centrepiece, adding a touch of classic charm while offering practicality for everyday use. A beautiful SMEG 5-ring gas and electric range oven, an airing cupboard, providing convenient storage space, and houses the gas fired combi boiler. A door leads out to the side of the property and gives access to the rear garden and the attached garage. And finally, another door leads into the conservatory. The conservatory beckons with promises of relaxation and enjoyment, with a poly-carbonate roof, sea and garden views, sliding patio doors to the rear with steps down to the rear garden, and a door to the side to give access to the patio and garden room/home office.

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3 Bed Bungalow - Detached 
SSTC

Beulah, Newcastle Emlyn

Offers in the region of £325,000

This spacous 3/4 bedroom detached bungalow is situated in a popular village location and offers convenient off-road parking for four or more cars, along with a detached garage. The rural village of Beulah is located near Newcastle Emlyn and the west Wales coast of Cardigan Bay. The popular market town of Newcastle Emlyn is only 4.4 miles away and has many pretty, artisan shops, cafes & restaurants, supermarkets, and primary and secondary schools. The larger market town of Cardigan is only 7.9 miles away and the stunning beaches and coastal path are a mere 10-minute drive away.

The entrance is wheelchair accessible via a ramp leading to the front door, which opens into a welcoming hallway. The lounge/dining room boasts a generous size and features an inviting inglenook-style fireplace with a brick surround, a wooden beam, and a tiled slate hearth. While an oil log burner effect fire adds charm to the room this would be a nice space to install a log burner, there is also a bay window providing ample natural light. built-in shelving and cupboards enhance the practicality of the space. Double doors lead from the lounge/diner into the well-appointed kitchen.

In the kitchen, you’ll find a range of base and wall units, complemented by a 1.5 sink with a drainer overlooking the front garden. The kitchen is equipped with a gas hob, an electric oven with a grill, and features tiled walls and flooring. An integral fridge is included in the setup. A door from the kitchen opens into the utility room, complete with additional base and wall units, a sink and drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine, and room for an under-counter freezer. The utility room also provides access to the outdoors through a stable door.

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3 Bed House - Semi-Detached 
SSTC

Feidrhenffordd, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £235,000

A lovely characterful 3-bedroom semi-detached property with offroad parking, garage and rear garden in the popular market town of Cardigan. Cardigan sits on the estuary of the river Teifi with its rich heritage and many shops, pubs, cafes, restaurants, leisure centres, schools and cultural events. It is also only a short drive away from the sandy dunes of Poppit Sands and the many beaches and walks in and around Cardigan Bay.

Enter through the front door into the entrance hall with stairs leading up to the first floor, an under-stairs storage cupboard providing a practical space for coats, shoes and other belongings and doors leading off to the lounge and dining area, all with parquet flooring adding a touch of elegance and warmth to the space. The lounge is situated at the front of the house with a beautiful bay window and a feature fireplace that adds character and charm to the room. The bay window allows natural light into the room and is the ideal spot for a cosy seating area and the feature fireplace with tile surround and hearth serves as a focal point. This space is versatile for various activities, from cosying up with a book or enjoying family movie nights to hosting gatherings with friends and loved ones. The dining room is situated at the rear of the property and is a charming and functional space with room for a dining table and benefits from a focal feature fireplace adding character, a window overlooking the rear garden and a door leading into the kitchen. It is an ideal space for family meals, dinner parties, and gatherings with friends. The kitchen has matching wall and base units, space for a freestanding fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher, gas hob with electric oven under and a one and a half sink with drainer positioned in front of the rear window with views out to the rear garden. External doors offer access to the rear garden and side driveway and the wall-mounted gas boiler is located in a cupboard.

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3 Bed Bungalow - Semi Detached 
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Bro Tygwydd, Llandygwydd,

Offers in the region of £215,000

A very well-presented, semi-detached 3-bed bungalow, situated within the popular rural small village of Llandygwydd with its beautiful parish church, located close to the historic town of Cardigan and the beautiful beaches of Cardigan Bay, and surrounded by the spectacular countryside of West Wales.

Benefiting from a gated paved patio to the front leading you to the front door and path with access down the side to the rear garden. The front door opens into the entrance hall and doors to; bedroom 2 to the front, which is a small double room with a window overlooking the front patio, and bedroom 3 a small double overlooking the rear garden. The modern bathroom which was fitted in April 2022 benefits from a bath with a shower over, w/c, and a vanity wash hand unit. The living room benefits from a stylish fireplace with a wooden surround and a multi-fuel-burning stove, with a window looking over the front patio.

The kitchen/diner, has built-in wall and base units, one and a half sink drainer with a mixer tap, an electric oven (not the one shown in the details), a freestanding fridge freezer, a window over the sink looking onto the rear garden, and a door that also accesses the garden to the back, there are doors leading off to the utility room and bedroom 1. The utility room has space and plumbing for a washing machine, condensing tumble dryer and dishwasher, and a wall-mounted gas central heating boiler. Bedroom 1 is a double room with a window to the rear and wardrobes to one side of the room.

The hallway also has a loft hatch and drop-down ladder giving access to an attic room (with restricted head space) in which the floor and roof have been boarded and benefits from a Velux window, a useful additional space.

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4 Bed Land - Small Holding 
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Beulah, Newcastle Emlyn

£650,000

Welcome to this exquisite 4/5 bedroom detached house set on a generous 1.4-acre plot, boasting meticulously maintained gardens and a paddock. Situated within the rural village of Beulah, near Newcastle Emlyn and the west Wales coast of Cardigan Bay. The popular market town of Newcastle Emlyn is only 4.4 miles away and has many pretty, artisan shops, cafes & restaurants, supermarkets, and primary and secondary schools. The larger market town of Cardigan is only 7.9 miles away and the stunning beaches and coastal path are a mere 10-minute drive away.

As you enter through the front porch, the inner hallway unfolds, providing access to various rooms on the ground floor. The lounge beckons through glazed double doors. This spacious room enjoys a dual aspect, offering picturesque views of the rear garden. A focal point is the multi-fuel stove, with a tiled hearth and wooden mantel, creating a cosy atmosphere.

The hallway also leads to the stairs, it has a feature large window that bathes the hallway in natural light, and under stairs storage space adds practicality ascending to the first floor. Bedroom 4, a shower room with a W/C, sink, and shower, Bedroom 5/Study all situated at the front of the home. The dining room seamlessly connects to the open-plan kitchen, forming a delightful social space. French doors from the dining area open onto a canopied decked area at the rear. The well-appointed kitchen is equipped with a range of base and wall units and a central island, an electric “Rangemaster” range with 6 hobs, an electric oven, a grill, and a plate warmer. Additional features include a built-in dishwasher, space for a fridge freezer, and a 1.5 sink and drainer overlooking the gardens to the rear. Continuing from the kitchen, you’ll find a utility room with its own set of base and wall units, a round sink, and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A side door provides convenient access to the outdoors.

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