For Sale 3 Bed Land - Small Holding 

Glynarthen, Llandysul Offers in the region of £730,000

Property Features

Price:Offers in the region of £730,000
Location:
Glynarthen, Llandysul, Ceredigion, SA44 6PG
Reception Rooms:3
Bedrooms:3
Bathrooms:3
Council Tax Band:F
Tenure:Freehold
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Glynarthen, Llandysul  

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Hafod y Coed
Hafod y Coed
Glynarthen
SA44 6NX
helen@cardiganbayproperties.co.uk

About the Property

Nestled in the charming village of Glynarthen, Llandysul, this small holding property is a true gem waiting to be discovered. Boasting three reception rooms, three bedrooms, and three bathrooms, this traditional farmhouse exudes character and warmth with stunning, far-reaching countryside views.

Glynarthen is a small village set in pretty open countryside with an active chapel and vestry. Situated approx 10 miles from the popular market town of Cardigan and approx 8 miles from Newcastle Emlyn, both of which offer a wide range of local amenities, attractions and schools. Glynarthen is also within easy driving distance of the stunning sandy beaches of Aberporth and the coastline of Cardigan Bay, West Wales.

Step inside to find original features that will take your breath away – from the elegant parquet flooring in the dining room to the rugged beauty of exposed stone walls in the lounge.

From the main hall, stairs access the first floor and doors go through to the lounge on one side and the kitchen/breakfast room on the other. The lounge is partially divided into two spaces with and archway, a door leading into the dining room, and an opening into the study, the wood burning stove sits within the inglenook fireplace on a slate hearth, perfect for those colder winter evenings, and the attached study is a useful space for home workers, with exposed beams and stone walls.

The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with matching wall and base units, a wine chiller, gas hob with an extractor over, eye level oven and grill, built in fridge and a sink with drainer.

A door leads to the utility room, with a stable door out to the side of the property, and fitted with wall & base units, sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine, a built-in dishwasher, and housing the Grant combi oil boiler which serves the hot water and central heating.

  • 3 Bed Small holding
  • Approx 9.4 acres including 4 paddocks
  • Former Sand Menage (in need of restoring)
  • Two Agricultural barns & two stables
  • Characterful farmhouse with some original features
  • Rural location, close to the coast
  • Ample off road parking
  • Only 3.7 miles to Penbryn Beach & coastal path
  • Less than 20-minute drive to Cardigan town
  • Energy Rating: E

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INFORMATION ABOUT THE AREA:
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The ground floor shower room, conveniently located off the utility room, is a practical touch for those busy days spent tending to the livestock outdoors

The dining room is accessed of the kitchen and has original parquet flooring, a beautiful feature fireplace with cast iron surround and wooden mantel, sitting on a slate hearth. From here a door leads into the conservatory which is a lovely addition offering a peaceful space to sit and enjoy views over the rear garden.

On the first floor are three bedrooms, with the master bedroom benefitting from an en-suite bathroom with a door leading into a very useful room which could be used as a dressing room or storage space (both the en-suite and the dressing room have some restricted head room). The other two bedrooms are one small double and a single (with attic access), and all three rooms offer scenic views over the open countryside. The family bathroom has a bath, sink, toilet and airing cupboard with shelving. This room also has some restricted head room.

Externally:

Accessed through a gated entrance off an unclassified country road, the property offers ample off-road parking, two agricultural outbuildings, ideal for storing farm machinery or creating internal stabling for your animals, and two stables. The gently rolling pastureland has been kept organic over the years and is divided into four stock fenced paddocks/fields, each offering natural shelter along the hedgerows and road access from two points. With water available in the rear paddocks. Equestrian enthusiasts will be delighted to discover the former ménage, now grassed over but easily restorable for those who enjoy horse riding, which is accessed just to the side of the stables.

The garden area to the rear of the property is a private space which is a lovely place to sit and relax, or to create some space for outside dining. Steps lead up from the drive onto another garden space which is mainly lawn, with mature shrubs and hedging. A drive leads up to the top field from the side of the first agricultural barn, and the other fields are accessed behind the stables.

This property also benefits from no public footpaths or rights of way crossing over it, which is a rare advantage.

Whether you're looking for a peaceful retreat in the countryside or dreaming of starting your own smallholding, this property has the potential to make your rural living dreams come true.

Entrance Hall

1.67m x 2.89m (5'5" x 9'5")

Lounge

7.31m x 3.78m max (23'11" x 12'4" max)

Study

2.82m x 2.86m max (9'3" x 9'4" max)

Kitchen/breakfast room

7.24m x 2.69m (23'9" x 8'9")

Utility Room

2.58m x 2.57m (8'5" x 8'5")

Shower room

0.99m x 2.58m (3'2" x 8'5")

Dining Room

4.00m x 3.86m (13'1" x 12'7")

Conservatory

3.85m x 2.54m (12'7" x 8'3")

Landing

3.13m x 0.93m (10'3" x 3'0")

Bedroom 1

4.00m x 2.77m (13'1" x 9'1")

En-suite

2.00m x 2.31m max (6'6" x 7'6" max)

Dressing Room/Storage

5.08m x 3.72m max (16'7" x 12'2" max)

Bedroom 2

2.96m x 2.12m (9'8" x 6'11")

Bedroom 3

2.28m x 3.35m max (7'5" x 10'11" max)

Bathroom

2.77m x 2.36m max (9'1" x 7'8" max)

Agricultural Barn 1

8.92m x 13.56m (29'3" x 44'5")

Agricultural Barn 2

9.11m x 6.05m max - l shaped (29'10" x 19'10" max

Stable 1

4.51m x 4.51m (14'9" x 14'9")

Stable 2

4.28m x 4.49m (14'0" x 14'8")

IMPORTANT ESSENTIAL INFORMATION:

WE ARE ADVISED BY THE CURRENT OWNER(S) THAT THIS PROPERTY BENEFITS FROM THE FOLLOWING:

COUNCIL TAX BAND: F - Ceredigion County Council
TENURE: FREEHOLD
PARKING: Off-Road Parking
PROPERTY CONSTRUCTION: Traditional Build
SEWERAGE: Private Drainage
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY: Mains
WATER SUPPLY: Mains
HEATING: Oil boiler servicing the hot water and central heating
BROADBAND: Connected - TYPE - Superfast wireless broadband from BLINK up to 80 Mbps Download, up to 20 Mbps upload. - PLEASE CHECK COVERAGE FOR THIS PROPERTY HERE - https://checker.ofcom.org.uk/ (Link to https: // checker . ofcom . org . uk)
MOBILE SIGNAL/COVERAGE INTERNAL: Signal likely but may be limited with some providers , please check network providers for availability, or please check OfCom here - https://checker.ofcom.org.uk/ (Link to https: // checker . ofcom . org . uk)
BUILDING SAFETY - The seller has advised that there are none that they are aware of.
RESTRICTIONS: The seller has advised that there are none that they are aware of.
RIGHTS & EASEMENTS: The seller has advised that there are none that they are aware of.
FLOOD RISK: Rivers/Sea - N/A - Surface Water: N/A
COASTAL EROSION RISK: None in this location
PLANNING PERMISSIONS: The seller has advised that there are no applications in the immediate area that they are aware of.
ACCESSIBILITY/ADAPTATIONS: The seller has advised that there are no special Accessibility/Adaptations on this property.
COALFIELD OR MINING AREA: The seller has advised that there are none that they are aware of as this area is not in a coal or mining area.

VIEWINGS: By appointment only.

PLEASE BE ADVISED, WE HAVE NOT TESTED ANY SERVICES OR CONNECTIONS TO THIS PROPERTY.

GENERAL NOTE: All floor plans, room dimensions and areas quoted in these details are approximations and are not to be relied upon. Any appliances and services listed in these details have not been tested.

MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS: The successful purchaser(s) will be required to produce proof of identification to prove their identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations. These are a photo ID (e.g. Passport or Photo Driving Licence) and proof of address (e.g. a recent Utility Bill/Bank Statement from the last 3 months). Proof of funds will also be required, including a mortgage agreement in principle document if a mortgage is required.

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Cardigan Bay Properties, its clients and any joint agents give notice that 1: They are not authorised to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property either here or elsewhere, either on their own behalf or on behalf of their client or otherwise. They assume no responsibility for any statement that may be made in these particulars. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 2: Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. All photographs are taken using a digital camera with a wide-angled camera lens. It should not be assumed that the property has the all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents and that Cardigan Bay Properties have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.

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Hafod y Coed
Glynarthen
SA44 6NX
helen@cardiganbayproperties.co.uk
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