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2 Bed House - Detached 
SSTC

Pentre Langwm, St. Dogmaels, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £390,000

*CHAIN FREE* A stunning, Grade II Listed detached house, immaculately presented, 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. Benefiting from many beautiful original features, sash windows, slate floors, wood floors, panelled walls and so much more. Together with a Grade II Listed small former stone cottage in the rear garden, this property represents the very best in village living, with off-road parking, and views to the estuary from the two bedrooms.

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, with an impressive door, over a slate step, into the front porch. The porch has a slate floor and opens up into the dining room. The slate floor continues into the first section of the dining room, where it is then replaced with an exposed wooden floor, the room benefits from a window to the front, and a fireplace with a wood-burning stove on a slate hearth with a wooden beam over. A stained glass door leads into the kitchen and another door into the lounge. The lounge is a cosy room, with a wood-burning stove, built-in cupboards to one side, and exposed wooden beams over the windows and wooden flooring. The kitchen has tiled flooring, a stable door that opens out to the rear garden, open-fronted units with wooden worktops over and space for an electric oven all housed within the original inglenook fireplace, and a double butler sink.

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5 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Pontgarreg, Llandysul

Offers in the region of £575,000

A stunning, modern detached house, with a detached triple garage, with planning permission to convert into a 2 bedroom holiday let, sitting on three floors & set within a generous size plot of around 0.30 acres with ample off-road parking to the front and driveway up to the detached garage with further off road parking space. All 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.

This is a grand property, with spacious rooms and offers excellent living space with underfloor heating on the ground and the first floor (radiators on the top floor). Access to the property is via a ramp or step frontage into a porch with a pretty stained glass door and windows, space for boots, shoes & coats, and doors leading into the entrance hall. This is a lovely statement room with engineered oak flooring, stairs to the first floor with a galleried landing, and doors off to the following rooms; a generous lounge, with patio doors to the rear garden and patio, windows front and side offering lots of natural light, and ample wall space for your TV and entertainment needs; a study (currently being used as a treatment room) which could be used as a bedroom, with engineered oak flooring and half-panelled effect walls; a ground floor WC, with vanity wash hand basin; a cupboard housing the underfloor heating manifolds; and the beautiful kitchen/breakfast room. This room has tiled flooring, the kitchen area has beautifully fitted matching wall and base units with granite worktop over, under plinth lighting, a built-in dishwasher, a Rangemaster range with 5 ring gas hob and a double electric oven, with extractor over and a ceramic sink.

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5 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Blaenannerch, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £395,000

This charming, versatile home has 4 bedrooms and a 1-bedroom annex, located in the village of Blaenannerch 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.

You approach the property via the front porch and into the entrance hallway with original tiled flooring and an opening leading into the dining room with a feature fireplace, and through to the traditional yet modern kitchen with a range of base and wall units, eye-level electric double oven, induction hob with extractor fan over, space for a fridge/freezer, a sink and drainer with a window above overlooking the rear garden beyond. From the hallway, there are stairs to the first floor, a w/c with a wash hand basin. The main spacious lounge, with a feature fireplace. There is a pantry with a door to the garage, an additional utility room with a lovely exposed stone wall feature, and a range of base units with space and plumbing for a washing machine, this leads to an inner hallway leading to a door to the rear garden. There is also further access to the additional annex.

On the first floor there is a split-level landing, to the right is the family bathroom with a bath, shower, wash hand basin, and an airing cupboard, next to the bathroom is a separate w/c and wash hand basin. To the other side of the split-level stairs is the landing and 4 double bedrooms, one being the master bedroom with a separate en-suite with an electric shower, w/c, and wash hand basin, and all bedrooms benefit from large feature arched windows. From the landing, there is also access to a boarded loft which offers the potential to convert (subject to the necessary planning consents).

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3 Bed Mobile Home 
For Sale

Gwbert, Cardigan

£84,995

Holiday in your very own luxury holiday home static caravan in the picturesque setting of Gwbert on Sea in Cardigan Bay. The park sits on the edge of the Teifi river estuary, in a most enviable position, boasting panoramic views of Cardigan Bay and the Pembrokeshire National Park with Cardigan Coastal path passing just by its borders. A short walk or drive up the coast sits the Cliff Hotel Restaurant & Spa with fabulous elevated views of Poppit Sands and Cardigan Island. The hotel offers luxurious spa treatments and is popular for this reason and their Sunday roasts and evening meals. Next door to that is The Flat Rock Bistro, which also offers great meals all year round.

The nearby market town of Cardigan remains unspoilt and rich in heritage. Cardigan provides a nostalgic setting for a thriving culture of arts and crafts, music events and festivals. The high street is a bustle of original boutique shops, traditional family-run businesses and regular high street occupants, several high street banks, places of worship, many pubs, rich in character; independently owned cafés and restaurants, a leisure centre, cinema, theatre, swimming pool, a Tesco and an Aldi supermarket, convenience stores, opticians, dentists, a newly built Integrated Care Centre and so much more.

The ABI Beverley is a 40ft x 12 ft 3 bedroom static caravan which has been cleverly designed so that you have the perfect balance of stylish fabrics, modern fixtures and fittings and those all-important extra special finishing touches.

The open-plan living area has a new updated colour scheme, a comfy, free-standing sofa and stylish coordinating cushions and lined curtains. There is a free-standing dining table and chairs and the kitchen boasts a mixture of modern units, cupboards and drawers and an oven/hob with an externally vented powered cooker hood.

The bedrooms in the Beverley are bright and welcoming with contrasting wood continuing throughout.

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3 Bed Bungalow - Detached 
For Sale

Beulah, Newcastle Emlyn

Offers in the region of £375,000

A beautifully presented detached bungalow, with far-reaching countryside views to the front and ample off-road parking, 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.

The property is accessed via a canopied entrance into the spacious hallway, with ample storage (one housing the electricity meter for the solar panels) and an airing cupboard, access to the attic (which we have been advised is partly boarded and houses the inverter for the solar panels) and doors leading to the lounge, kitchen/diner, three bedrooms, and the family bathroom. The lounge benefits from a fireplace (with fittings in place to instal a gas fire if desired – or a wood-burning stove) and stunning country views to the front and side. The open plan kitchen/dining room, with matching fitted wall and base units, electric oven with extractor over, integrated dishwasher and fridge, sink with drainer, and on the dining side with stunning country views to the front. A door leads into the utility room, with fitted units, a sink, an oil boiler which serves the hot water and central heating, a door into the w/c, a door into the integral garage (with up and over door, and power and lighting) and a door out to the side of the property to give access to the rear garden.

Back in the hallway doors lead into the three double bedrooms, with the master benefiting from an en-suite toilet with a wash hand basin. The family bathroom, with a bath, shower, wash hand basin and w/c.

The property is accessed from the main B4333 onto its own tarmac driveway, this has ample parking for several vehicles and leads to the integral garage.

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2 Bed Mobile Home 
For Sale

Gwbert, Cardigan

£68,995

Holiday in your very own luxury holiday home static caravan in the picturesque setting of Gwbert on Sea in Cardigan Bay. The park sits on the edge of the Teifi River estuary, in a most enviable position, boasting panoramic views of Cardigan Bay and the Pembrokeshire National Park with Cardigan Coastal path passing just by its borders. A short walk or drive up the coast sits the Cliff Hotel Restaurant & Spa with fabulous elevated views of Poppit Sands and Cardigan Island. The hotel offers luxurious spa treatments and is popular for this reason and their Sunday roasts and evening meals. Next door to that is The Flat Rock Bistro, which also offers great meals all year round.

The nearby market town of Cardigan remains unspoilt and rich in heritage. Cardigan provides a nostalgic setting for a thriving culture of arts and crafts, music events and festivals. The high street is a bustle of original boutique shops, traditional family-run businesses and regular high street occupants, several high street banks, places of worship, many pubs, rich in character; independently owned cafés and restaurants, a leisure centre, cinema, theatre, swimming pool, a Tesco and an Aldi supermarket, convenience stores, opticians, dentists, a newly built Integrated Care Centre and so much more.

The ABI Goscar is a 36ft x 12 ft 2 bedroom luxury static caravan which combines comfort and convenience and is designed to make it happen – with enough room for all your nearest and dearest or for quiet contemplation.

There are 2 bedrooms in this holiday home with a double bed and en-suite in the master bedroom, the twin room consists of 2 x 2’6″ single beds. Both bedrooms are well appointed and have everything you would require.

This is an Ideal first holiday home.

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2 Bed Mobile Home 
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Gwbert, Cardigan

£64,995

Holiday in your very own luxury holiday home static caravan, with sea views, situated in the picturesque setting of Gwbert on Sea in Cardigan Bay. The park sits on the edge of the Teifi river estuary, in a most enviable position, boasting panoramic views of Cardigan Bay and the Pembrokeshire National Park with Cardigan Coastal path passing just by its borders. A short walk or drive up the coast sits the Cliff Hotel Restaurant & Spa with fabulous elevated views of Poppit Sands and Cardigan Island. The hotel offers luxurious spa treatments and is popular for this reason and their Sunday roasts and evening meals. Next door to that is The Flat Rock Bistro, which also offers great meals all year round.

The nearby market town of Cardigan remains unspoilt and rich in heritage. Cardigan provides a nostalgic setting for a thriving culture of arts and crafts, music events and festivals. The high street is a bustle of original boutique shops, traditional family-run businesses and regular high street occupants, several high street banks, places of worship, many pubs, rich in character; independently owned cafés and restaurants, a leisure centre, cinema, theatre, swimming pool, a Tesco and an Aldi supermarket, convenience stores, opticians, dentists, a newly built Integrated Care Centre and so much more.

The Carnaby Ashdale with its trademark spacious living areas. The lounge layout has been updated to create more space, and the soft furnishings have a fresh, funky design. The large, functional kitchen has cashmere grey doors. It comes with everything you need to whip up a family meal including a gas cooker, integrated microwave, integral fridge freezer and stainless steel sink. This model is ideal for families as it boasts many smart storage solutions including a blanket box in the lounge and fitted bench seating with storage underneath.

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4 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Ravenscroft, Tresaith, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £499,950

A beautiful, spacious executive-style home set within an exclusive cul-de-sac of 5 properties sitting within around 0.22 acres of grounds, all within walking distance to the stunning, popular beach of Tresaith on the west Wales coast in Cardigan Bay. This elegant and stylish property offers the very best of coastal living, occupying a corner plot which offers space, ample off-road parking, and a lovely setting. Tresaith benefits from a lovely village pub, a sailing club, and is famed for its pretty and spectacular waterfall carving its way through the cliff into the sea. Close by is Aberporth, another coastal village with many amenities to offer, and the popular market town of Cardigan is only a 15 min drive away.

The property is accessed via the front door, under a canopied entrance, into the main hallway. The majority of the ground floor is original solid wood flooring and benefits from underfloor heating. Each room is generous in size offering very comfortable living space throughout. There are doors from the entrance hall leading to; the ground floor WC, with a cupboard housing the underfloor heating manifolds; doors to the kitchen and the living room.

The kitchen is fitted with modern wall and base units with a worktop over, a corner electric hob with extractor over, an eye-level electric oven and microwave oven, a built-in fridge, an integrated dishwasher and stone effect 1.5 sink drainer. A door leads out to the rear garden and also to the utility. The utility has matching base and wall units, sink drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine, and door with steps down into the integral garage. The garage has up and over door to the front and houses the oil fired boiler.

Back in the hall, another door leads into the living room. This is a spacious room offering lots of natural light and is open plan into the dining room. There are stairs to the first floor (with storage under) and double doors to the attached conservatory.

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3 Bed House - Semi-Detached 
For Sale

Rhydowen, Llandysul

Offers in the region of £280,000

A beautiful property is set in around half an acre, with unique and pretty surroundings, a stream and a river on the edge of the grounds, an additional detached workshop, garage and office. Accessed off a private track within the village of Rhydowen, close to the small market town of Llandysul with all its many local shops, cafes, supermarket and newly opened super school.

This property offers an idyllic setting being on the edge of a stream while offering beautiful country views to the side. Briefly comprising; entrance into the porch with a cupboard to the side housing the oil-fired boiler. This leads you into the kitchen with a range of base and wall units, space and plumbing for a washing machine, gas range oven, sink and drainer, and an archway stepping down to the dining room, with an additional snug area beyond with french doors opening onto the patio garden beyond. From the kitchen, a door opens into the spacious cosy living room, with exposed beams and a stone wall surrounding the fireplace which is fitted with a wood-burning stove and a door out to the front garden. The open slatted wooden stairs lead up to the first-floor landing, to the left of the landing are doors off to spacious double bedrooms and one single bedroom which has a built-in storage cupboard. To the right of the landing are doors to the w/c with sink; airing cupboard; bathroom, with bath and electric shower over and a vanity wash hand basin, and further along the landing is the spacious master bedroom with stairs up to the crog loft above.

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3 Bed House - Mid Terrace 
SSTC

Pilot Street, St Dogmaels

£200,000

A delightful recently updated and extended mid-terraced house, on three storeys, sitting in the middle of the popular coastal and estuary 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 accessed off the road, through a gate into a small courtyard area with a pretty encaustic tiled floor in front of the front door. The entrance hall again has an original encaustic tiled floor, an original wooden staircase to the first floor with useful storage underneath, a door to the first bedroom, steps down to the lounge, and another staircase which leads down to the kitchen/diner. Bedroom one has a window to the front and a cupboard that houses the gas-fired boiler that services the hot water and central heating. The lounge has a beautiful fireplace with a wood-burning stove and stunning wood surround, built-in shelves, and a step up to the sliding patio doors that gives access to the balcony with glass balustrades which overlooks the rear gardens and gives panoramic views over the River Teifi all the way up to Cardigan and down to Gwbert.

Going down the stairs takes you to the open plan kitchen/diner with built-in matching wall and base units, with sink/drainer, integral dishwasher, electric oven and hob with extractor over,, space for a fridge/freezer, a door into the utility area which is underneath the staircase and offers space and plumbing for a watching machine and useful storage, and steps down to the dining area. This space has bi-fold doors that open out to the patio and beautifully landscaped rear garden.

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Commercial 
For Sale

Llechryd, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £318,000

A detached property which is part residential & part commercial, currently set up as a licenced guest house would be ideal for a Bistro, Tea room, Coffee shop or even a Gin bar (subject to necessary consents). It has a bar area, restaurant and guest en-suite rooms ideal for B&B, with private owners’/managers’ accommodation above, situated in a central location within the popular village of Llechryd, close to the stunning market town of Cardigan in West Wales. This property offers the opportunity for the very best of country and village living with income potential.

Llechryd has many amenities such as a primary school, a village shop, beautiful river walks, and much more. Nearby Cardigan offers larger and boutique shops, supermarkets, schools, further education college, and so much more. And the stunning coast of Cardigan Bay is less than 10 minutes drive away with all its magnificent sandy beaches and the Ceredigion coastal path. Making this area ideal for walkers and people holidaying in the area.

The property is arranged as follows: The ground floor of the property provides a wealth of features and an attractive trading environment. From the front, a door leads into the porch, which opens into the main area which currently has a bar, with tables and seating arranged, a gas-fired fireplace on one end, a bar in a central location, with a dishwasher and a small wash hand basin (and door out to the rear hall). Steps lead up to the gents’ and ladies’ toilets, a store room with the boiler room (housing the oil-fired boiler that serves the whole premises) attached, and the rear entrance out to the car park. On the other side of the bar area is an archway leading to the restaurant, with space for 28/30 covers in its current set-up, doors out to the kitchen, and double patio doors out to the enclosed beer/tea room garden.

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5 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Llechryd, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £318,000

A detached property which is part residential & part commercial, currently set up as a licenced guest house would be ideal for a Bistro, Tea room, Coffee shop or even a Gin bar (subject to necessary consents). It has a bar area, restaurant and guest en-suite rooms ideal for B&B, with private owners’/managers’ accommodation above, situated in a central location within the popular village of Llechryd, close to the stunning market town of Cardigan in West Wales. This property offers the opportunity for the very best of country and village living with income potential.

Llechryd has many amenities such as a primary school, a village shop, beautiful river walks, and much more. Nearby Cardigan offers larger and boutique shops, supermarkets, schools, further education college, and so much more. And the stunning coast of Cardigan Bay is less than 10 minutes drive away with all its magnificent sandy beaches and the Ceredigion coastal path. Making this area ideal for walkers and people holidaying in the area.

The property is arranged as follows: The ground floor of the property provides a wealth of features and an attractive trading environment. From the front, a door leads into the porch, which opens into the main area which currently has a bar, with tables and seating arranged, a gas-fired fireplace on one end, a bar in a central location, with a dishwasher and a small wash hand basin (and door out to the rear hall). Steps lead up to the gents’ and ladies’ toilets, a store room with the boiler room (housing the oil-fired boiler that serves the whole premises) attached, and the rear entrance out to the car park. On the other side of the bar area is an archway leading to the restaurant, with space for 28/30 covers in its current set-up, doors out to the kitchen, and double patio doors out to the enclosed beer/tea room garden.

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3 Bed House - Detached 
SSTC

Gwbert Road, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £365,000

An impressive, period 3 bedroom detached house, full of original features, sitting within its own grounds, located on the popular Gwbert Road, on the outskirts of Cardigan town, and within walking distance to the schools, shops, supermarkets and more in this popular town location. With ample off-road parking, set back from the road, and within easy driving distance of Gwbert and the west Wales coast of Cardigan Bay, its many pretty, sandy beaches and the Ceredigion coast path.

Access to the premises is via the arched entrance porch, with original patterned tiled flooring, that leads through glass doors into the classic entrance hall, with stairs to the first floor, and doors off to; the dining room, lounge, office and the downstairs w/c. The dining room benefits from two bow windows, a serving hatch, an original tiled open fireplace and hearth, and a doorway off to the kitchen. The lounge is a spacious room that could easily be used as a dining room as well as a lounge, with built-in shelving, an open fireplace with tiled surround and hearth, patio doors opening out to the rear patio and garden, and a doorway to the side hallway with boiler room/pantry, utility area, hallway to the side external door and the kitchen. The kitchen has original parquet flooring, a range of base and wall units, a sink and drainer, a freestanding cooker and space for a kitchen dining table. From the kitchen, a door gives access to the side hallway and side entrance, a utility area with a Belfast sink, base units and space and plumbing for a washing machine, and the pantry, which has shelving along the wall and houses the oil-fired boiler that services the central heating and hot water. The downstairs w/c (accessed from the front hallway) has a toilet and wash hand basin, while the office that is located at the front of the house is a handy room that could be adapted for a variety of uses. All these rooms reflect the period of this house which has been a treasured family home

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7 Bed House - Townhouse 
For Sale

North Road, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £250,000

A spacious Victorian townhouse with 7 bedrooms, on three floors, in need of modernisation and updating, and is full of original features such as encaustic tiled floors, coving and picture rails, wooden floors, and more. Situated in the popular market town of Cardigan. It’s a short walk to the local secondary school, and all the town’s amenities are within walking distance.

Access to the front is off the side road, through a gate to a small paved garden area which is fenced with a path to the canopied front door (and the door to an alleyway that runs between this property and next door which gives access to this property’s kitchen, and the next door property’s garden). The front door leads into the small front porch with encaustic tiled floor, and double doors into the main hallway, with stairs to the first floor, and doors to; the front lounge, with a bay window; a sitting room/snug with original built-in storage cupboards, a wall mounted gas boiler that services the radiators; the dining room, with a mains gas-fired Rayburn, which heats the hot water, and a walk-in cupboard. From here a door opens into the kitchen, this is a spacious room with a small range of kitchen units, and offers ample space to update to a modern kitchen, this room also benefits from a walk-in cupboard and the door from the enclosed alleyway. From here a door leads to the utility room, with a door out to the rear garden, and a door into the ground floor shower room.

On the first floor landing is a staircase to the second floor, doors leading to five bedrooms, with the front having a bay window, three being doubles and two singles, one of which has the hot water tank and immersion heater (within a cupboard), and the family bathroom. On the second floor is a small landing area and doors to the two further bedrooms set in the eves of the home, one of these rooms is a single with under eaves storage and the other is very spacious and with some work could be adapted to a variety of uses.

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4 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Crosswell, Crymych

Offers in the region of £310,000

An idyllic, 3/4 bed traditional detached stone cottage, with 3 reception rooms and potential for annexe (STP), off-road parking, and a wildlife garden. Situated within the hamlet of Croswell at the foothills of the Preseli Mountains. All of which is only a 15 min drive from the sought-after coastal town of Newport, with many stunning beaches to choose from around Newport Bay and coastal paths of Cardigan Bay on the west coast of Wales.

Comprising: Wooden conservatory leading into the traditional kitchen with tiled flooring and a wood-fired “Lincar Ilaria range” boiler used for cooking and providing hot water and central heating for the home, with a useful wood store to side, a sink/drainer, wall and base units and space for a dining table and chairs, space and plumbing for washing machine & dishwasher, with a drying area above the door in the conservatory, and an additional external door to the side of the kitchen. This room also benefits from a dining and sofa area, with the afternoon sun streaming in (when sunny).

A door from the kitchen leads you into the spacious lounge with stairs hidden behind a wood-panelled wall to the first floor, an additional storage cupboard, and a beautiful inglenook fireplace housing the log burner. This characterful room also has space for a dining table as well as a spacious cosy seating area. From here you walk through a door into a dining room/possible additional bedroom with high ceilings. Flows into a quaint parlour with original features offering a variety of uses, with a slate floor, a feature inglenook including a bread oven, underfloor heating pipes installed, traditionally rendered stone walls, and an exterior door out to the parking area to the side of the cottage. These 2 reception rooms lend themselves to an annex.

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