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2 Bed House - Detached 
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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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6 Bed House - Detached 
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Sarnau, Llandysul

Offers in the region of £395,000

Standing in the heart of the semi-rural village of Sarnau is this impressive, traditional detached house with an annex on the side (which was used as the village post office many years ago and is in need of renovation). Full of character and original features, and boasting high ceilings, the property also comes with a detached garage and an old stone barn which, subject to planning permission, has the potential for conversion, a lawn garden area and ample off-road parking. Stradling the main A487 trunk road, Sarnau is a pretty village benefiting from a delightful village farm shop/delicatessen, outdoor clothing shop and an antique shop, and a bus stop, with nearby Brynhoffnant offering a newly refurbished pub/restaurant, a petrol station with Londis shop, and a primary school. The village is just over a mile away from the beautiful National Trust beach of Penbryn with its sandy beach and cafe, and only 3 miles to popular Llangrannog with its beach, cafes, pub and more. The nearby market town of Cardigan is only 10 miles away offering larger amenities etc.

The property is accessed off the main road into its own driveway. A stone wall with pillared access leads you to the front door, which opens into a welcoming entrance hall, with encaustic tiled flooring, stairs to the first floor, a door to the rear hall, and doors into the lounge and dining room. The lounge has a feature stone wall with a fireplace with a space for a wood-burning stove to sit on a slate hearth. The dining room has a wood-burning stove and a door which leads into the attached annex. The rear hall has quarry tiled floor, under-stairs storage, a door out to the rear porch, and doors to the kitchen and sitting room. The sitting room is a cosy space with a feature stone wall with a large inglenook housing a wood-burning stove and a built-in original cupboard to one side.

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7 Bed House - Detached 
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Parc Avenue, Gwbert Road, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £540,000

This is a beautifully presented versatile Edwardian 7-bedroom home, all within easy walking distance to both the primary and secondary schools, shops, supermarkets and more in this popular town location. With ample off-road parking to the side with a garage and rear gardens. Situated off the main road, in a convenient location at the top end of the popular market town of Cardigan, complete with all its amenities, and within easy driving distance of the west Wales coast of Cardigan Bay and its many pretty, sandy beaches.

Access into the property is via steps up to the front porch area with decorative tiling, and into the entrance hall via the stained glass door. The entrance hall is a grand statement room with original parquet flooring, ornate cornice, and stars to the first floor, doors within the hallway access the lounge, living room/dining room, and bedroom one with en-suite. The rear hallway then accesses bedroom two also with en-suite, the kitchen, w/c, and rear door onto the rear garden/patio area.

The Living room/Dining room is located at the front of the property and benefits from a beautiful bay window overlooking the front garden, and a feature fireplace, Bedroom one is also located to the front of the home, with a bay window and also benefits from it’s own ensuite, with shower,w/c, and a wash hand basin. The lounge is positioned to the side of the house and has an ornate fireplace, and the bay window overlooks the playing fields and beyond. Positioned to the rear there is an enclosed back hallway that accesses bedroom two also with an en-suite, w/c shower, and wash hand basin, the rear hallway also has a door to the separate w/c with wash hand basin, a door accessing the rear patio and a door onto the spacious kitchen/dining room. This room has a range of base and wall units, an electric oven with gas hob, dual aspect windows, and a one-and-a-half sink with a drainer, tiled flooring and under-counter gas boiler.

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3 Bed House - Semi-Detached 
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New Mill Road, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £275,000

Chain Free – A character traditional 3-bedroom semi-detached cottage, sitting within a generous-sized plot with ample off-road parking to the front, sweeping gardens, and a patio to the side and rear of the cottage. All situated in a popular hamlet location on the outskirts of the top end of Cardigan town, and all its amenities such as supermarkets, shops, cafes, restaurants, schools, and so much more, and within easy driving distance of the west Wales coast of Cardigan Bay and its many pretty, sandy beaches.

Access to the property via a canopied entrance into the hallway with an archway accessing the kitchen, stairs to the first floor, and a door off to the lounge. The kitchen has a range of base and wall units, tiled flooring, a stainless steel sink with a drainer, and a freestanding electric oven, situated within the inglenook-style fireplace with a wooden beam and exposed brick walls is a Rayern Royal Range. the window is located at the front of the property with a handy storage cupboard under the window. The lounge is also located to the front of the cottage and has a bay window with a window seat below and an inglenook fireplace with a substantial wooden beam above, exposed slate/stone walls, and a quarry tile hearth on which the multi-fuel stove is located, there is also a door that leads you through the inner hallway to the rear living room, this room had a window that overlooks the rear garden/patio area and a door to the utility room. The utility room has a door off to a walk-in pantry, access to the potential shower room, and a door to access outside, there is space and plumbing for a washing machine, and windows along the rear wall, making this a light room.

The first-floor landing is split into two levels, the wet room is located on one level, with an electric shower, wash hand basin, a w/c, and Velux window situated in the sloping ceiling, on this level there is also a handy storage cupboard.

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1 Bed House - Townhouse 
For Sale

St. Mary Street, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £275,000

A stunning, landmark building, in part of Cardigan’s Historic Quarter full of original character, situated in a vibrant part of the increasingly popular market town of Cardigan. For sale due to retirement, and for sale for the first time in 30 years, this is a fantastic opportunity to take on a well-established, productive holiday let apartment with retail business opportunity below. The building is mixed-use with a shop-fronted commercial unit on the ground floor and a 1 bedroom residential flat on the first floor, with gorgeous views over the rear gardens of Cardigan Castle. The entire property is Grade II Listed and is just off the high street and lends itself well to either being kept as it is or, subject to planning and listed building permission, being converted into a lovely townhouse. The flat is accessed independently of the retail space so this can be leased out separately to the retail area, and the flat has been let out on long let in the past and has also been a holiday let, making this a very versatile property in a stunning location.

The commercial aspect has a current rateable value of £4,100 (although the current owner qualifies for small business rates relief, new owners will need to apply). And the top floor residential, 1 bedroom flat previously being let at £750 per calendar month – this rent included all services as these are currently all connected to the shop.

The town has all local amenities on offer, such as an integrated care centre, a primary and secondary school, shops, supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, pubs, a theatre and so much more. And all within easy driving distance of the west Wales coast of Cardigan Bay and its many pretty, sandy beaches.

Access is off the pavement from the street in front of the building up two slate steps into the vestibule. Doors from here go into the retail space, and another door gives access, via stairs, to the flat above.

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Commercial 
For Sale

St. Mary Street, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £275,000

A stunning, landmark building, in part of Cardigan’s Historic Quarter full of original character, situated in a vibrant part of the increasingly popular market town of Cardigan. For sale due to retirement, and for sale for the first time in 30 years, this is a fantastic opportunity to take on a well-established, productive holiday let apartment with retail business opportunity below. The building is mixed-use with a shop-fronted commercial unit on the ground floor and a 1 bedroom residential flat on the first floor, with gorgeous views over the rear gardens of Cardigan Castle. The entire property is Grade II Listed and is just off the high street and lends itself well to either being kept as it is or, subject to planning and listed building permission, being converted into a lovely townhouse. The flat is accessed independently of the retail space so this can be leased out separately to the retail area, and the flat has been let out on long let in the past and has also been a holiday let, making this a very versatile property in a stunning location.

The commercial aspect has a current rateable value of £4,100 (although the current owner qualifies for small business rates relief, new owners will need to apply). And the top floor residential, 1 bedroom flat previously being let at £750 per calendar month – this rent included all services as these are currently all connected to the shop.

The town has all local amenities on offer, such as an integrated care centre, a primary and secondary school, shops, supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, pubs, a theatre and so much more. And all within easy driving distance of the west Wales coast of Cardigan Bay and its many pretty, sandy beaches.

Access is off the pavement from the street in front of the building up two slate steps into the vestibule. Doors from here go into the retail space, and another door gives access, via stairs, to the flat above.

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3 Bed Bungalow - Detached 
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Cnwc-Y-Dintir, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £323,000

A beautifully presented 3-bedroom detached bungalow, situated in a sought-after location at the top end of the popular market town of Cardigan, West Wales, within easy access to all this market town has to offer including both the primary and secondary schools, shops, supermarkets and more all within easy driving distance to the Cardigan Bay coast with all its many pretty, sandy beaches and stunning coastal path.

Enter the property up a step into the entrance hallway with oak-engineered wood flooring and doors to the: lounge, bedrooms One and two, and the family bathroom, with storage cupboards that house the gas-fired boiler which services the central heating and hot water. The spacious lounge continues with the wooden flooring and benefits from a large window flooding the area with natural light and overlooking the front garden. There is an electric fireplace situated on a tiled hearth and a modern wooden wall shelf above. Bedroom one is a generous-sized double room with decorative wall paneling, a window looking out to the side of the property, and space for multiple freestanding wardrobes and furniture. The bathroom is of modern design with shower over bath, shower screen, W/C, wash hand basin with storage under, waterproof wall covering on the walls, tiled floor, and frosted window to the rear. Bedroom two is a double room with built-in storage cupboards and a window to the rear. The kitchen/dining area is a lovely open plan design with a tiled floor, windows overlooking the front, matching wall and base units, breakfast bar, one-and-a-half sink and drainer, gas hob, electric waist height (BOSCH) oven and grill, integral dishwasher and space for an American sized fridge/freezer. From the kitchen, there is a door leading to an inner hallway with attractive lino flooring, decorative wall paneling, and doors leading to bedroom three, utility room, cloakroom, and integral garage.

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5 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

New Quay

£530,000

A versatile and flexible 1920s art deco detached property with original features, high ceilings and sea views to the front across Cardigan Bay, being only 1.1 miles to the beach at the ever-popular coastal village of New Quay. With off-road parking and a generous-sized garden to the rear. 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, sandy beaches and rugged coastline.

Accessed up a couple of steps to the front porch, with a tiled floor and door into the reception hall. This has stairs to the first floor (with storage under) and doors leading to the following rooms; The front reception room, currently used as the guest’s breakfast room, with a bay window to the front to take advantage of the sea views, and a plate rail running across the top of the room; The walk-in pantry is ideal for storing food and wine with shelving and a slate slab top; The sitting room, with a beautiful 1920s open fireplace, an opening into the kitchen; The dining room, with a fireplace, and again with an opening into the kitchen. The kitchen is a spacious room which is accessed from both the sitting and dining room and has stairs up to the principal bedroom 5. There are matching wall and base units with worktop over, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a freestanding electric oven, a stainless steel sink with a drainer, and a door out to the utility room. The utility room has a butler sink, units, space and plumbing for a washing machine, a door into the ground floor shower room and a door out to the rear porch which gives access out to the rear garden. The shower room as a shower, wash hand basin and a WC.

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5 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Rhydlewis, Llandysul

Offers in the region of £499,950

This is a substantial, detached house that has been extended to create a wonderful family home or a property that offers B&B potential to generate additional income, with off-road parking, a detached garage and a lovely enclosed rear garden with a patio, outside kitchen and veg growing space. Set in the rural village of Rhydlewis which is a short drive to the stunning coastline and beaches of Cardigan Bay, in West Wales, offering the best of country living. Rhydlewis is a small village with a lovely community, a family-run butcher shop, and a vibrant village hall that offers activities for all ages throughout the year. A short drive away is the village of Brynhoffnant which offers a useful Londis shop, a primary school, and a newly opened village pub. The bustling market town of Cardigan is only 12 miles away and offers larger amenities.

Access to the property is through the front porch, which has parquet flooring and a door into the impressive entrance hall. This is a spacious room with a feature fireplace with original surround, a useful understairs cupboard, ideal for boots and coats, stairs to the first floor, and a door leading to; The lounge which is another generous room with parquet flooring, a multifuel stove in a tiled hearth with wood surround, and double doors leading into the rear sitting room. Again a spacious room with windows offering views over the rear garden. From the hall, a door leads to the front sitting room/guest dining room, with a beautiful fireplace with a wood-burning stove and a window to the front. The dining room with wooden flooring, a fireplace with a gas fire in place and an opening into the beautiful kitchen/breakfast room. There are also double doors that lead to the utility room, with base units, a sink with a drainer, a storage cupboard, space and plumbing for a washing machine, doors to the ground floor shower room, and a useful storage room.

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4 Bed House - Detached 
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Maes Yr Efail, Penparc, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £425,000

A beautifully presented, 2 years old detached house, sitting at the bottom of a small, exclusive Cul-De-Sac of around 10-15 properties, in the picturesque village of Penparc, which 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 being on the bus route. 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.

This property offers a stylish, modern home with all the benefits of a newly built property including, underfloor heating on the ground floor, solar panels to heat the hot water, ample internal space with lots of natural light, off-road parking, and an enclosed rear garden with room to grow veg and relax and enjoy.

The property is accessed via a brick paved path leading to a canopied front door which leads into; the spacious hallway, with engineered wood flooring, stairs to the first floor and doors off to; The w/c with toilet and wash hand basin; the lounge, with engineered wood flooring and windows to the front and side; the beautifully spacious and light kitchen/dining room/sitting room, with the kitchen fitted with modern and matching wall and base units with built-in eye level oven and grill, integrated dishwasher and fridge, electric hob with extractor over, and 1.5 sink drainer, the room opens around to the dining area and the sitting room, with double patio doors out to the rear and side garden. This room is a stunning space for a family to enjoy. From the kitchen, a door opens to the utility room, again with modern units and a sink drainer, and a door out to the rear garden, and to the integral garage, with step down into it and housing the hot water tank, the wall mounted gas boiler, and having electric up and over door.

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4 Bed Bungalow - Detached 
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Croes-y-Llan, Llangoedmor, Cardigan

Offers over £340,000

A generously sized and well-positioned detached bungalow set in good-sized gardens, situated in the semi-rural village of Croes-y-Llan, near Llangoedmor, close to the popular market town of Cardigan. Only 1.8 miles away, 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 stunning West Wales coastline of Cardigan Bay and its sandy beaches are only 5 miles away.

Access to the property is up a step into the hallway. This has a useful storage cupboard, attic access and doors into, the lounge, with a feature brick effect fireplace and TV shelf, sliding patio doors out to the rear garden and a window to the front, three double bedrooms, one of which benefits from built-in wardrobes, a study, a family bathroom with a bath, accessible shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin and a bidet, and a door into the spacious kitchen/diner. This is a great-sized family room that has matching wall and base units with a worktop over and a very useful corner larder cupboard, sink with drainer, a freestanding dishwasher, electric oven and hob with extractor over, space for a dining table, space for free standing fridge and freezer and doors into, the dining room/bedroom 4, and the utility room. This room houses the oil-fired combi boiler that services the hot water and central heating and has a base unit with a sink and drainer and space and plumbing for a washing machine.

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5 Bed House - Detached 
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Seion Hill, Llandysul

Offers in the region of £359,000

Nestled near the heart of the market town of Llandysul, this charming, detached historic home has 4 bedrooms and a 1-bedroom annex. This versatile property can accommodate a large family or generate extra income. The south-facing gardens and bay windows enjoy breathtaking views of the park, river Teifi, and the wooded hillside beyond. The town center is within easy walking distance. Llandysul offers a wide range of shops, education, and local amenities, as well as a variety of indoor and outdoor activities such as walking, swimming pool, sports/leisure centre, cycling, fishing, and the Llandysul Paddlers International Canoe Centre which offers white water canoeing and national slalom events, taking full advantage of the town’s riverside location. The beautiful Ceredigion coastline is a 25-minute drive, offering sandy beaches and scenic walks.

You approach the property via steps into the side porch then into the entrance hallway with high ceilings, sisal flooring and openings leading into the lounge, four bedrooms, bathroom and stairs leading to the lower floor. The lounge benefits from a Georgian-style bay window offering lovely views over the Teifi Valley plus a window to side filling the space with natural light, there is a multi-fuel stove with a slate hearth adding extra cozy warmth to sit and relax in this space. Bedroom one is a large king-size with a bay window and side window, while bedroom two is a double with a cast iron feature fireplace and wooden mantel, bedroom three and four are both small doubles. The family bathroom benefits from a full-size bath with a power-shower over, w/c, and a wash hand basin. There is a small hallway outside of bedroom 4 with a window and a built-in cupboard that offers useful storage space. From here the original slate stairs lead you down to the lower hallway/utility area with a door to the annex/flat and a door to the kitchen.

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4 Bed House - Detached 
For Sale

Ferwig, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £470,000

A delightful detached, characterful house (which the current owners currently use two of the four double bedrooms for their small B&B business) sitting on around 0.25 acres, and complete with a useful stone outbuilding and a purpose-built tandem garage with space for a workshop, situated in the rural, yet accessible village of Ferwig, only an 8-minute drive to the National Trust beach at Mwnt, a 5-minute drive to the Cardigan Bay coastline at Gwbert, benefiting from the Cliff Hotel Restaurant & Spa and The Flat Rock Bistro, both of which offer great meals all year round. And only a few short miles to the stunning and popular market town of Cardigan which 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.

Access the property through the front door leading into the entrance hall, with engineered wood floor, stairs to the first floor, under-stairs storage, and doors leading to, the sitting room which is a cosy room with laminate flooring, the lounge which has a fireplace with wood burning stove and useful built-in shelving and cupboards either side for wood storage and use as a TV stand. Double doors lead into the warm-roof conservatory, which has double doors out to the front garden and drive, and windows all around to take in the lovely garden and countryside views. Back in the main hall is a sliding doorway into the dining room/home office.

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4 Bed House - Detached 
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Abercych, Boncath

£480,000

A stunning, deceptively spacious, flexible home sitting in a generous plot of around 0.45 acres, with stunning, far-reaching views over the Cych Valley within the rural village of Abercych, nestled between Boncath and Cenarth Falls, and ideally placed for the 3 counties of Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire and the gateway to the M4 corridor. Whilst looking like a bungalow from the front the property is built over two floors and offers a generous-sized family home, which could easily be used as a B&B if desired, as it is still registered as such from when the current owners first moved here and operated part of the property as a B&B in the early 2000s. Abercych is a small village with two village pubs, one of which (The Nag’s Head) offers good food and dining options. Nearby Cenarth is famous for its waterfalls and offers further eating and dining options, while the nearby market towns of Cardigan and Newcastle Emlyn offer larger amenities such as shops, supermarkets, schools, cafes, restaurants, places of worship, schools, and so much more. Whilst being less than half an hour’s drive to the stunning coastline and pretty sandy beaches of Cardigan Bay in West Wales.

The property is accessed via a ramped path from the front drive into the entrance hall, with a floor-length picture window to the rear offering views over the garden and valley, karndean flooring, attic access, stairs down to the ground floor with glass balustrade and glass gate for security with a very pretty picture window with a stained glass Red Kite pattern, and steps up to an inner hall. At first glance it’s as if you have entered a bungalow, this ground floor level has doors leading off the entrance hall to a WC, with a wash hand basin, a useful utility room with wall and base units, a sink with drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine and a door to the side giving access out to the side of the property with steps down to the rear garden.

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2 Bed House - Semi-Detached 
For Sale

Cwmins, St. Dogmaels, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £199,950

A delightful cottage set in an elevated position in St Dogmaels, with beautiful views down over the village and the estuary beyond, with an enclosed low maintenance front garden, all within walking distance of the local amenities this pretty and popular village has to offer.

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 entrance to the property is up a footpath to the front door. This opens into a small porch with a useful storage cupboard, ideal for boots and coats, and another door opens into the lounge. The lounge is a cosy room with a pretty built-in multi-fuel burning stove on slate hearth and surround, this is used to heat the central heating and hot water during the winter months (the immersion heater heats the hot water when this is not in use), a useful storage cupboard, stairs to the first floor and a door into the kitchen. The kitchen has bespoke brick-built open-fronted base units, with a worktop over, a butler sink, space for appliances, and space for an electric cooker. There is also a space for a dining table and a door into a pantry.

On the first floor is a landing with a generous storage cupboard, access to the loft and doors to the bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom is a good-sized double, with lovely views to the front and a door to the airing cupboard that houses the hot water tank with an immersion heater. The second bedroom is a spacious single with views out to the front and down to the estuary.

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4 Bed Bungalow - Detached 
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Beulah Road, Bryngwyn, Newcastle Emlyn

Offers in the region of £360,000

A beautiful deceptively spacious detached bungalow, with stunning far-reaching countryside views to the rear and ample off-road parking for 4 vehicles to the front, all situated within the rural village of Bryngwyn, near Newcastle Emlyn and the west Wales coast of Cardigan Bay. 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 and the stunning beaches and coastal path are a mere 10-minute drive away.

The property is accessed via the recessed front door into the entrance hall, with oak hardwood flooring, a useful walk-in storage room to the right, access to the attic (which we have been advised is partly boarded), an airing cupboard housing a hot water tank and shelving, and doors leading to the lounge, diner, four bedrooms, and the family bathroom. The lounge benefits from an open fireplace with a wooden mantel, a marble effect hearth, an electric fire situated in the fireplace and views to the front of the property.

The dining room is also located off the hallway and is a spacious room with oak hardwood flooring this room gives you access via the French doors to the conservatory, with tiled flooring and built-in blinds (around the lower windows), offering you stunning views over the countryside, and hills beyond and direct access onto the patio and rear garden. Also accessed via the dining room is the kitchen with matching fitted wall and base units, partly tiled walls, a breakfast bar, an eye-level electric oven and grill, an induction hob with extractor over, a free-standing slimline dishwasher, and a one and a half sink and drainer with stunning far reaching country views to the rear. A door leads into the utility room, with fitted units and built-in cupboards, a sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, and an oil boiler which serves the hot water and central heating

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3 Bed House - Semi-Detached 
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Glogue

Offers in the region of £349,000

A stunning, semi-detached barn conversion, recently filmed for Escape to the Country, set within spacious grounds, formerly part of original stone farm buildings to the neighbouring farmhouse, renovated and converted to a high standard while retaining and boasting many original features, resulting in a beautiful residential property, which would make a stylish home or be ideal to use as a holiday let or long term rental property.

Sitting on the edge of the rural village of Glouge, near Hermon in Pembrokeshire, the hamlet of Glogue was famed for its slate quarry, which operated from the late 1700s until 1926, with the arrival of the railway also helped its success. Nearby Crymych has local amenities such as shops, schools, and cafes, and the larger towns of Newcastle Emlyn and Cardigan are a short drive away, as are the incredible Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay coastlines and beaches of West Wales.

The property is accessed off a country lane with ample parking space. You enter the property into open open-plan living/dining/ kitchen area. This beautifully crafted space offers a generous living area, with a vaulted ceiling with exposed A-frame beams, exposed stone walls in places, wooden flooring with floor-based plug socket points, a storage cupboard, and opens into the kitchen/dining area which is partly partitioned off to give a sense of separation. The kitchen has fitted wall and base units with worktop over, space for an electric, freestanding oven, space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for an under-counter fridge, a wall-mounted “Worcester” gas combi boiler, and space for a dining table. From the main living area is a door off to the master bedroom with an en-suite. This spacious room has some exposed stonework, attic access, and a door to the en-suite shower room, with a double electric shower, wash hand basin and WC.

From the side of the kitchen area is a ramped corridor down to a door, leading to the inner hallway.

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1 Bed House - Mid Terrace 
SSTC

Feidrfair, Cardigan

Offers in the region of £69,950

An opportunity to refurbish a one-bedroom property in the centre of Cardigan town with great potential to turn this terraced house into comfortable and affordable living accommodation or rental. Cardigan (Aberteifi) 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 the house through the front door off the pavement into a small hallway with stairs to the first floor directly in front and a door leading into the living room. The living room is in need of updating with a window to the front overlooking the street, a gas fireplace, a bar area and a brick feature. There is storage under the stairs and a sliding door into the kitchen area to the rear of the property. The kitchen is accessed via a hallway with shelving at one end, an exposed concrete floor (with manhole cover), and opens out into a small kitchen with a sink, space for an electric cook and limited under-counter units which are in need of replacing. This space does not have a window but is flooded with natural light from a skylight in the ceiling above and could be cleverly designed to become a unique and functional space-saving kitchen.

The staircase to the upper level is quite narrow but has a frosted window at the top offering natural light over the stairs. There is a sliding door opening into the double bedroom with a window to the front and a built-in storage cupboard which also houses the hot water tank with an electric immersion heater. Off the bedroom, there is a door leading into the bathroom with an electric shower, W/C, wash hand basin and Velux window allowing natural light into this space.

This mid-terrace cottage with all its charm offers an affordable and comfortable space in the centre of a bustling and historic market town.

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