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2 Bed Bungalow - Detached 
For Sale

Plwmp, Llandysul

£210,000

Situated in a rural village, and being around 4.5 miles from the beautiful Cardigan Bay coast and the beach at Llangrannog, this pretty detached bungalow, with its ample off-road parking, integral garage and low maintenance gardens offers a lovely setting from which to enjoy the surrounding countryside.

Comprising; entrance hall, (which is currently open plan into the lounge but could easily be closed off if needed) with doors to, and an opening into the lounge, with wood burning stove and large window to the front, two double bedrooms (one to the front and one to the rear of the property) the shower room with fitted suite, and the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with matching wall and base units, space and plumbing for a washing machine, two storage cupboards (one an airing cupboard and one could be used as a pantry) another cupboard houses the gas-fired boiler that services the hot water and central heating, and a bespoke built-in wooden table.

From the kitchen steps lead down to an inner hallway which is a useful storage area and a door from here leads to a small porch which leads out to the rear garden and another door leads into the attached garage. This whole space could lend itself to being developed (subject to necessary planning permissions) into further living space (additional bedroom) if so wished.

Externally, to the front, the property is accessed from a country road, through the gated entrance to a part gravel, part tarmac driveway, offering parking for two/three cars. The front garden has been beautifully landscaped to offer a mixture of lawn, gravel and flower bed areas. A path leads down the left-hand side of the property to give access to the rear garden. This space is again a mix of lawn and gravel areas with flower borders, fruit trees and vegetable patches, and raised beds There is a very useful summer house to one side which offers a delightful space to relax or entertain, and a potting shed.

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4 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Glanarberth, Llechryd, Cardigan

Offers over £420,000

This impressive executive detached 4/5-bedroom house, where luxury and functionality seamlessly blend, located in the semi-rural West Wales village of Llechryd near Cardigan offers a wonderful blend of contemporary living and the beauty of the countryside. With ample off-road parking, an attached garage, and an enclosed rear garden. Llechryd has many amenities such as a primary school, a village shop, and beautiful river walks with the nearby market town of Cardigan offering larger and boutique shops, supermarkets, schools, further education college, and so much more. The stunning coast of Cardigan Bay is less than a 10-minute drive away with all its magnificent sandy beaches and the Ceredigion coastal path.

Upon stepping through the front door into the hallway, you are greeted by the warmth of oak-effect flooring. The hallway serves as the central hub, with doors leading to various areas of the house. To the left, you’ll find the lounge, a spacious tastefully appointed space with oak-effect flooring, a bay window to the front, and a marble-effect mantel and hearth with an electric fire, providing a cosy focal point. Double doors lead from the lounge to the dining room, enhancing the sense of space and openness.

The dining room, with its oak-effect flooring, features French doors leading to a rear patio and double doors connecting to the kitchen. The kitchen benefits from tiled flooring, French doors opening to an outside patio and garden. A range of base and wall units including a glass display case that adds a touch of elegance, and the kitchen is equipped with an integral dishwasher, eye-level cooker, and a 5-ring gas hob with an extractor fan (not in working order). The one-and-a-half sink with drainer is perfectly situated with a view overlooking the garden. Adjacent to the kitchen is a utility room, offering additional functionality with a sink, drainer, and a range of base units with space and plumbing for a washing machine and dish washer.

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3 Bed Bungalow - Detached 
For Sale

Dolwerdd Estate, Penparc, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £260,000

A beautifully modernised, and tastefully updated detached bungalow in a small cul-de-sac in the sem-rural village of Penparc, with off-road parking, a garage (which has been adapted to include a garden store and a utility space) and level gardens front and back. Penparc benefits from two petrol filling stations, both offering all basic groceries, a primary school to the north of the village and being on the bus route. It’s only a short drive to the bustling and ever-popular market town of Cardigan, with its many amenities such as supermarkets, shops, cafes, restaurants, schools etc, and an easy drive to the beautiful coastline of Cardigan Bay in this stunning part of west Wales.

Access to the property is up a small ramp to the front door, with a door into a porch with space to hang coats and store shoes. This opens into a hallway (with an airing cupboard housing a WiFi “Ariston” instantaneous electric water heater to heat the water at the property), attic access and doors leading to the lounge/diner, kitchen, three bedrooms and the shower room.

The lounge/diner has ample space for a seating area and a dining table with a fireplace (currently blocked up but could accommodate a wood-burning stove with a little work). There is also enough space at the front of the property to build a conservatory if desired (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consent). The kitchen has been fitted with modern, matching wall and base units, a sink with drainer, a built-in eye-level oven, an electric hob with extractor over, an integrated dishwasher, space for a free-standing fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for a washing machine and a stable door out to the rear of the side of the property. There are two double bedrooms and one single, with one of the doubles benefitting from triple-door fitted wardrobes. And a lovely, modern shower room with a walk-in double shower, vanity sink unit and a toilet.

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6 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Hengell Uchaf, New Quay

Offers in the region of £475,000

A well-presented 5/6 bedroom property with sea views to the front across Cardigan Bay, ample off-road parking, a detached garage and an enclosed rear garden. This property has formally been run as a successful holiday rental being walking distance to the beach at the ever-popular coastal village of New Quay. The coastal village of New Quay offers many amenities such as a doctor’s surgery, a large Primary school, a supermarket, a fire station, a lifeboat station (RNLI), pubs, cafes and restaurants and so much more, making New Quay an attractive place to live, with its beautiful scenery, harbour, dolphin sightings, sandy beaches and rugged coastline.

Enter the property through the front door located at the side of the property into a tiled entrance hallway with an archway leading off to the games room to your immediate left, a doorway leading into bedroom 6 to your right, the hallway then opens with the staircase taking central stage surrounded by doorways leading off to the sitting room, kitchen/diner, lounge/dining room, storage cupboard and downstairs W/C. The games room is a versatile space that could be used for various uses with a rear window overlooking the conservatory to the rear of the property. Bedroom 6 could also be used as a home office and is currently used as a single ground-floor bedroom with a window overlooking the property’s front. The sitting room is a lovely snug room if you are looking to relax in a cosy space outside of the large lounge area with a window overlooking the front. The kitchen/diner is the perfect space to cook and entertain in, with space for a dining table, matching wall and base units, one and a half sink located in front of a window overlooking the front, gas 5-ring hob, waist height electric oven & grill, integral dishwasher and space for a washing machine and LPG under the counter gas boiler. There are frosted windows and an external door leading out to a pathway running along the side of the property.

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3 Bed Bungalow - Detached 
For Sale

Lon Helyg, Llechryd, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £390,000

A beautifully modernized and extended detached bungalow in the semi-rural West Wales village of Llechryd near Cardigan offers a wonderful blend of contemporary living and the beauty of the countryside. With ample off-road parking with integral double garage, and an enclosed, low-maintenance rear garden. Llechryd has many amenities such as a primary school, a village shop, and beautiful river walks with the nearby market town of Cardigan offering larger and boutique shops, supermarkets, schools, further education college, and so much more. The stunning coast of Cardigan Bay is less than a 10-minute drive away with all its magnificent sandy beaches and the Ceredigion coastal path.

The modern interior adds a sleek touch, with access into the property via a canopied entrance into a spacious hallway, with wood flooring, a built-in airing cupboard with lights, and doors to; the lounge with wooden flooring, a window to the front and an electric fireplace; the kitchen diner, with tiled flooring and a stylish kitchen with granite worktop, complete with built-in Neff electric hob (with extractor over), eye and waist level oven and grill, dishwasher and Bosch fridge freezer, and a sink with drainer. From here an opening leads into the conservatory and a door leads into the utility room. The conservatory is a great addition, providing a lovely space to enjoy natural light and the surrounding views over the garden, it benefits from a warm roof with Velux windows and patio doors out to the rear garden. The utility room has fitted wall and base units, a sink with a drainer and space and plumbing for a washing machine, with a door into a WC and a door into the integral double garage. The garage has two electric roller doors, a door out to the rear garden that houses the hot water tank and the oil-fired boiler that services the hot water and central heating.

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3 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Heol Y Wern, North Park Estate, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £315,000

A lovely, detached family home nestled in a spacious corner plot at the top end of a cul-de-sac on the outskirts of and within easy walking distance of Cardigan town centre and all its amenities. Benefiting from ample off-road parking, an attached garage, and a generous, enclosed rear garden with a greenhouse and garden sheds. The popular market town of 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 in West Wales.

Access to the property is via a step up into the hallway, with stairs to the first floor with storage under, doors off to a ground floor WC (with a toilet and wash hand basin), the kitchen and the lounge/diner. The lounge/diner is a spacious room with a window overlooking the front of the property and sliding patio doors to the rear giving access to the conservatory. There is a small serving hatch from the dining area into the kitchen. The conservatory has a step down into it from the dining area and has a polycarbonate roof, windows overlooking the garden and a door out to the rear patio. The kitchen has matching base and wall units with worktop over, a wall-mounted gas boiler servicing the hot water and central heating, space for a cooker (with extractor over) a sink with drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine and a dishwasher, storage under the stairs and a door out to the rear porch. The porch has a polycarbonate roof, windows rear and side, a door out to the rear patio and a door into the attached garage. The garage has an electric up-and-over door, power and lighting and a concrete floor.

On the first floor is a landing with an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank with immersion heater, and doors off to three bedrooms and a bathroom.

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Commercial 
For Sale

Market Square, Newcastle Emlyn

Auction Guide £100,000

*** AUCTION SALE: GUIDE PRICE £110,000 + FEES ***

Two properties in one! On one side is a commercial unit with a shop floor with storage, and on the other is a mid-terraced 3-bed house on 3 levels, with an attached garage and parking to the rear, sitting within the heart of the pretty market town of Newcastle Emlyn. The property is Grade II listed and is in need of improvement which is perfect for a new owner to put their own stamp on. Newcastle Emlyn is a historic market town found within the stunningly beautiful Teifi Valley which offers an array of independent shops, restaurants, cafes, pubs, Norman Castle, both primary and secondary schools and many other local amenities. Straddling the Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire border, Newcastle Emlyn provides a perfect base from which to explore the best of both counties and also nearby North Pembrokeshire including the stunning coastlines of Cardigan Bay in West Wales.

The commercial section is accessed via quaint double doors off the pavement into a small porch that leads to the shop floor. This is a useful space for any trade, with 2 display windows on either side, box shelving and a serving counter. The shop leads on through to another room (formerly part of an old cottage and now incorporated into the shop) which offers further display space and has stairs up to the first floor which makes an ideal storage room. (This former cottage has a door out onto Church Lane and offers lots of potential including separating off from the main shop to either create a new living space or another shop unit, subject to planning and listing consents). From behind the till a doorway opens into a hallway, with a door out to a small courtyard where the wall-mounted oil boiler is found, a toilet and a store room. The storeroom/workshop is a useful space with a sink plus drainer and a door into the attached garage.

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5 Bed House - Semi-Detached 
SSTC

Pentrellwyn, Llandysul

Offers in the region of £325,000

A beautifully updated traditional 5-bedroom stone house set in approx 0.34 acres of land with offroad parking, stone garage/workshop, tin shed and enclosed rear garden, situated in the rural village of Gorrig on the outskirts of Llandysul with its local town amenities and is only a 25-minute drive to the west Wales coast and beautiful sandy beaches of Cardigan Bay.

The property is accessed off a country road onto its own private parking area with the front door opening into the sitting room which has been renovated into one open family space retaining much of its original features with a quarry tiled floor, exposed beams and stonework on the fireplaces, multi-fuel stove, windows overlooking the front, staircase to the upper floor and an opening with sliding door into the kitchen/dining area. The family kitchen is spacious and is a great space to sit and enjoy family meals or to entertain. It also benefits from a log-burning “Prometey” stove/oven and has plenty of space for a table and chairs. The current owners have handcrafted the kitchen to include lots of open storage space, there is a twin gas hob, an electric oven, a large Belfast sink with mixer tap over, a tiled floor and space for a washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer. There is also a door to a handy storage/pantry cupboard, windows looking out to the rear and side of the property and an external door leading out to the rear courtyard. The stairs lead up to a split landing with bedrooms one, two & three at the front of the property and bedrooms four and five and the bathroom towards the rear. Bedroom two is a single, and bedrooms one, three, four & five are double-sized rooms (Bedroom four also houses the new hot water cylinder and built-in storage cupboards). The bathroom has been updated with a modern suit comprising of a W/C, a walk-in shower, a sink with a mixer tap and storage under and a frosted window.

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3 Bed House - Townhouse 
For Sale

Market Square, Newcastle Emlyn

Auction Guide £100,000

*** AUCTION SALE: GUIDE PRICE £110,000 + FEES ***

Two properties in one! On one side is a commercial unit with a shop floor with storage, and on the other is a mid-terraced 3-bed house on 3 levels, with an attached garage and parking to the rear, sitting within the heart of the pretty market town of Newcastle Emlyn. The property is Grade II listed and is in need of improvement which is perfect for a new owner to put their own stamp on. Newcastle Emlyn is a historic market town found within the stunningly beautiful Teifi Valley which offers an array of independent shops, restaurants, cafes, pubs, Norman Castle, both primary and secondary schools and many other local amenities. Straddling the Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire border, Newcastle Emlyn provides a perfect base from which to explore the best of both counties and also nearby North Pembrokeshire including the stunning coastlines of Cardigan Bay in West Wales.

The commercial section is accessed via quaint double doors off the pavement into a small porch that leads to the shop floor. This is a useful space for any trade, with 2 display windows on either side, box shelving and a serving counter. The shop leads on through to another room (formerly part of an old cottage and now incorporated into the shop) which offers further display space and has stairs up to the first floor which makes an ideal storage room. (This former cottage has a door out onto Church Lane and offers lots of potential including separating off from the main shop to either create a new living space or another shop unit, subject to planning and listing consents). From behind the till a doorway opens into a hallway, with a door out to a small courtyard where the wall-mounted oil boiler is found, a toilet and a store room. The storeroom/workshop is a useful space with a sink plus drainer and a door into the attached garage.

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3 Bed Land - Small Holding 
For Sale

Crook Road, Hermon

Offers in the region of £320,000

A beautifully renovated 3-bedroom semi-detached cottage with gardens, a workshop and a field, all set within approx 1.51 acres of land, in the small rural village of Hermon, an ideal place for exploring the surrounding Preseli Hills in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. Only a short drive to Crymych which is located on the A478 road connecting Cardigan with Tenby and offers a range of local amenities such as convenience stores, a filling station, chemists, butchers, primary and secondary schools etc. The larger towns of Cardigan, Newcastle Emlyn and Narberth are within easy driving distance as well as the stunning coastline of Cardigan Bay.

You enter the property via the front porch, with space to hang your coats and store shoes, with a door leading into the lounge which has been tastefully renovated to retain the original cottage features using a combination of slate and carpeted flooring, exposed stone walls, an open double sided fireplace that is situated next to the kitchen, a window overlooking the front, and an opening with a step down into the sunroom. The sunroom also benefits from slate flooring and is flooded with natural light from the double patio doors which overlook the beautiful garden and field beyond, with stairs to access the first floor, an understairs storage cupboard, a door to the utility room and an opening with a step up into the kitchen/dining area. The utility room is a useful space with storage, a sink with a drainer, space for a washing machine, a wall-mounted LPG gas boiler (which services the central heating and hot water), and space for a fridge freezer. The kitchen continues with the slate flooring which compliments the modern matching wall and base units with an integral slimline dishwasher, a 1 and half sink which is situated in front of the side window overlooking the driveway and an additional front window overlooking the front of the property.

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3 Bed Land - Small Holding 
SSTC

Henllan, Llandysul

Offers in the region of £395,000

A charming smallholding set in the rural countryside on the outskirts of Henllan and Trebedw with a detached 3-bed cottage, 2 stables, a stone barn, garage, polytunnel, chicken coup, and various smaller outbuildings, and ample off-road parking, all set within just under an acre of land in this pretty part of West Wales. 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 cottage is accessed via a step-up into the porch, with a door into the hallway. The hall leads to the main rooms of the property with the bedrooms to the right and the living areas to the left. The lounge is a good-sized room with a wood-burning stove on a slate hearth with a wooden mantle over it. The kitchen is fitted with modern, matching wall and base units with ample storage, a freestanding cooker with a gas hob and double electric oven, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, a stainless steel sink/drainer, space for a kitchen table and doors leading into the conservatory and the utility room. The conservatory is another generous-sized room which overlooks the pretty rear garden, with double patio doors leading out to the gravel patio. There is also a door into the W/C. The utility room has tiled flooring, a door out to the rear of the property, a door into the boot room, a worktop with space under for a washing machine, and an oil-fired combi boiler. The boot room has a tiled floor, a door out to the front of the property and again a worktop with space under for a washing machine and under-counter fridge or freezer.

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2 Bed Bungalow - Semi Detached 
For Sale

Pontgarreg, Llandysul

Offers in the region of £185,000

A very well-presented, semi-detached 2-bed bungalow, set in the picturesque coastal village of Pontgarreg, only 1.8 miles from the ever-popular coastal village of Llangrannog, with its sandy coves and cosy village pubs, cafes, village shop and all within each reach of the Ceredigion Coastal Path in this very popular part of Cardigan Bay in West Wales. The market town of Cardigan is only 11 miles away with all the amenities of a larger town.

Benefiting from being on a corner plot, there is a gated entrance and a path to the front door and path and gated entrance to the side of the property. The bungalow is accessed via a canopy area, which opens into the entrance hall, with ample storage cupboards to the side and to the back of the hallway, and doors to; bedroom two, to the front, which is a single room, the hallway also accesses bedroom one which is a generous-sized double that again overlooks the front. The modern shower room is fitted with a double shower, w/c and vanity wash hand unit with storage below, and a mirror with light and is heated, this also benefits from the wall and floor being tiled.

The living room has a feature fireplace, and a large window overlooking the rear garden. The kitchen, with built-in wall and base units, with a washing machine, an oil boiler, an electric cooker with hob, and a stainless steel sink with a drainer overlooking the rear garden, the kitchen also benefits from a useful cupboard and a side door to access the patio area outside.

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4 Bed House - Townhouse 
For Sale

High Street, Llandysul

Offers in the region of £200,000

A beautifully presented 3/4-bedroom townhouse is located in the rural town of Llandysul, overlooking the river Tivy, within easy walking distance to the town center and within driving distance to the Ceredigion coastline. The town of Llandysul is a market town that offers a wide range of shops, education, and local amenities as well as a variety of outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, and fishing, the most well-known taking advantage of the town’s riverside location with its white water canoeing and national slalom events. Further a field, are the market towns of Newcastle Emlyn and Cardigan, the larger towns of Carmarthen and Lampeter. The stunning local beaches and coastal paths within the Cardigan Bay coastline of West Wales offer excellent walks and spectacular scenery.

The house is accessed through the main door off the high street into the entrance hall with laminate light Oak wood affect flooring and doors leading into the lounge: with an area for a multi-fuel stove (not connected) on a slate hearth, laminate Walnut wood effect flooring, bay window facing the main street, and double doors into the rear utility room. From the entrance hall, you also access the open plan kitchen/diner, with tiled flooring, modern matching kitchen base and wall units, a Rangemaster electric oven range with induction hob a splashback with extractor fan over, a single sink and drainer overlooking the rear window, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, and an American style freestanding fridge/freezer. to the front of room, the dining area is located with a feature window overlooking the street.

At the rear of the hallway, there is a back door with steps out to the garden and access to the rear porch/utility room. this spacious room could be used for a variety of uses and has a tiled floor and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer and double doors to the lounge,

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Commercial 
For Sale

High Street, Cardigan

Offers in excess of £200,000

A recently refurbished, Grade II listed 5-storey building on the high street in Cardigan town, close to the historic castle and all amenities. The property has commercial offices on the ground and basement floors, which are utilised as one unit and has a well-placed commercial tenant, running a well-established business, already in situ, and a vacant 3-bed flat on the first, second and third floors, complete with a roof terrace.

The popular market town of 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.

There are two doorways off the pavement into the property, one to access the offices and one to access the flat.

The Office: A door leads into the main office room, with a reception meet & greet area and space for another desk behind. A door leads into the staff kitchen, with fitted wall and base units, a sink with a drainer, space for a fridge and table, and a door into a WC with a wash hand basin. Another door leads to a disused staircase which used to go up to the flat above but has since been closed off, and an opening leads to stairs which go down into the basement. The basement office has space for two/three desks, two storage areas and a door that leads into another office. This room has space for one or two desks and is below the neighbouring property (flying freehold above) with a fire escape window leading out to St Mary’s Street.

Access to the flat is into a small hallway, with a small cupboard housing the gas meter, and a door into an inner hallway, with stairs up to the first floor.

The first floor is mostly open plan with dividing partition walls and comprises a landing area, with stairs to the second floor, a door out to the roof terrace and an opening into the kitchen.

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3 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Penparc, Cardigan

£375,000

A beautifully presented & deceptively spacious modern house, built in 2017 with ample off-road parking, a detached garage and a detached workshop, sitting in the middle of the semi-rural village of Penparc, close to the market town of Cardigan. Penparc benefits from two petrol filling stations, both of which offer all basic groceries etc, and a primary school to the north of the village and is on a bus route. Only a short drive away is the bustling and ever-popular market town of Cardigan, with its many amenities such as supermarkets, shops, cafes, restaurants, schools etc. The village is only a short drive to the beautiful coastline of Cardigan Bay in this stunning part of west Wales.

Access into the property is off a block paved driveway into the entrance hall. With stairs to the first floor with under-stairs storage, and doors off to a ground floor WC; a spacious lounge with a wood burning stove on slate and tiled hearth with wooden beam over, and windows overlooking the front and side; double doors into the generous kitchen/diner/sitting room. The kitchen area has fitted, matching wall and base units with plate racks and vegetable baskets, a central island, space for a 5-ring gas oven range, an integral dishwasher, a ceramic sink with a drainer, built-in fridge and freezer plus space for a freestanding fridge/freezer if necessary. The dining area has enough space for a dining table and a seating area at the far end with bifold doors opening out onto the rear patio area. This is a lovely place to sit, relax and entertain. From the kitchen, a door leads into the utility room, with matching wall and base units, a sink with a drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine, wall mounted gas boiler servicing the hot water and central heating, and a door out to the side of the property.

The ground floor of this property benefits from solid oak flooring throughout.

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3 Bed House - Mid Terrace 
For Sale

High Street, Cardigan

Offers in excess of £200,000

A recently refurbished, Grade II listed 5-storey building on the high street in Cardigan town, close to the historic castle and all amenities. The property has commercial offices on the ground and basement floors, which are utilised as one unit and has a well-placed commercial tenant, running a well-established business, already in situ, and a vacant 3-bed flat on the first, second and third floors, complete with a roof terrace.

The popular market town of 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.

There are two doorways off the pavement into the property, one to access the offices and one to access the flat.

The Office: A door leads into the main office room, with a reception meet & greet area and space for another desk behind. A door leads into the staff kitchen, with fitted wall and base units, a sink with a drainer, space for a fridge and table, and a door into a WC with a wash hand basin. Another door leads to a disused staircase which used to go up to the flat above but has since been closed off, and an opening leads to stairs which go down into the basement. The basement office has space for two/three desks, two storage areas and a door that leads into another office. This room has space for one or two desks and is below the neighbouring property (flying freehold above) with a fire escape window leading out to St Mary’s Street.

Access to the flat is into a small hallway, with a small cupboard housing the gas meter, and a door into an inner hallway, with stairs up to the first floor.

The first floor is mostly open plan with dividing partition walls and comprises a landing area, with stairs to the second floor, a door out to the roof terrace and an opening into the kitchen.

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2 Bed Cottage - Terraced 
SSTC

Union Terrace, St. Dogmaels, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £250,000

A charming 2 bedroom mid terrace house with an impressive rear garden, former stables/sheds, shepherd’s hut and offroad parking, all situated within walking distance of the Teify estuary, in the sought-after coastal village of St Dogmaels.

St Dogmaels 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.

The property is approached off a no-through road through a front gate to the front door. Enter through the front door into the entrance hall with stairs to the first floor directly in front and a door leading off to the lounge/dining area which benefits from oak-engineered flooring. The lounge area has space for a dining table with a window to the front and patio doors to the rear, a multifuel burning stove with stone on the chimney breast and a wooden beam over, which is a lovely cosy addition to this traditional cottage. From the lounge, there is a cupboard door offering under-stairs storage and a door to the kitchen. The kitchen has matching wall and base units, an integral fridge/freezer, wall mounted oil fired boiler (which services the central heating and hot water), one and a half sink with a mixer tap situated in front of the window overlooking the decking area, rear door and space for a freestanding washing machine and electric oven/hob with extractor over. Upstairs the landing has a side window with doors leading off to both double bedrooms and the bathroom. The bathroom has a bath with an electric shower over, W/C, wash basin with a rear window.

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2 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Pentre Langwm, St. Dogmaels, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £275,000

A beautifully-presented detached 2-bedroom house with off-road parking all situated within walking distance of the Teify estuary, in the sought-after coastal village of St Dogmaels, close to Cardigan’s equally popular market town.
St Dogmaels 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.

The property is approached off a no-through road onto its own driveway, offering parking for two cars. A canopied entrance over the front door leads into the hallway with stairs on your right leading up to the first floor, an under-stairs storage cupboard, and doors leading off to the utility room (straight ahead) and the lounge (to your left). The lounge is a spacious room with an open entrance leading into the kitchen-dining area, with two windows overlooking the front and side of the property, letting natural light into this area. The kitchen has matching wall and base units, an electric hob and oven with extractor over, space for fridge freezer, dishwasher, and kitchen table with chairs, a rear door that leads out the patio courtyard area to the rear, and a single sink with drainer positioned in front of one of the two windows overlooking the courtyard. The utility room accessed from the hallway has under-counter storage cupboards with a worktop over, a single sink without a drainer, a frosted window, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, a wall-mounted (LGP Gas Bottle) boiler that services the central heating and hot water and a door leading into the downstairs W/C with tiled walls and floor and a wash hand basin.

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