- An Extended and Modernised Cottage within Walking Distance of Penbryn Beach
- The Accommodation Comprises: Entrance Hallway, Spacious Living Room, Modern Fitted Kitchen with Dining Area, Snug/Bedroom, Utility Room, Bathroom, Master Bedroom with Ensuite.
- First Floor Bedroom with Ensuite WC
- Externally there is Off-Road Parking for a Number of Vehicles, Garage and Workshop (45' x 20'), and Gardens and Grounds Extending to 3 Acres or Thereabouts.
- There is also an Insulated Cabin with Log Burner, in a Stunning Private Setting
An extended and modernised cottage in a desirable coastal location within walking distance of Penbryn National Trust owned beach and the Ceredigion Coast Path.
The light and contemporary accommodation, which has been tastefully extended and restored, providing a perfect blend between traditional and modern day living briefly comprises; entrance hallway, spacious living room with bi-fold doors opening onto the terrace , offering a perfect place to sit and enjoy the beautiful views across the garden, luxury modern fitted kitchen with dining area, snug/bedroom, fitted utility room, beautiful bathroom, master bedroom suite with ensuite shower room and walk in wardrobe. First floor bedroom with ensuite w.c.
Externally, the property is approached via wooden gates opening onto a driveway, providing off-road parking for a number of vehicles and leading to the newly constructed 45' x 20 garage and workshop, the gardens and grounds extend to 3 acres or thereabouts with two sheds, stone log store and a unique south-facing two room insulated cabin in stunning private setting with log burner.
The property benefits from double glazing, air source heat pump, solar panels and underfloor heating throughout the ground floor.
The property is situated is in a desirable coastal location and is within walking distance to the National Trust beach at Penbryn. In both directions the coastal footpath leads along the cliff tops with breathtaking scenery and connects to other near by beaches found at Tresaith, Aberporth, Cwmtydu and Llangrannog. This is an ideal location to explore this part of West Wales with attractions in a number of places such as Cenarth Falls, the Georgian town of Aberaeron, the university town of Aberystwyth and down through the thriving coastal market town of Cardigan to Pembrokeshire with a number of castles, rail link and ferry crossing to Ireland. Carmarthen is roughly an hour's drive and offers a much wider range of retailers and access onto the dual carriageway linking onto the M4 motorway.
Composite entrance door to:-
Porch (1.75m x 1.96m (5'9" x 6'5"))
Tiled flooring, recessed lighting, door to:-
Tiled flooring, glazed roof light, cloaks cupboard.
Living Room (6.07m x 4.70m (19'11" x 15'5"))
Feature Stovax log burner with exposed flue, tiled wall surround, Bifold doors to patio, recessed lighting, tiled floor, double glazed window to the front.
Kitchen (7.19m x 3.73m (23'7" x 12'3"))
Stunning kitchen in navy with contrasting white quartz stone work surface and splash back, sink with Quooker hot and filtered ttap, range style cooker, extractor fan over, space for fridge freezer, open shelving, central island with seating area, tiled floor, wood fired Nordica stove.
Dining Area/Sun Room (4.19m x 1.70m (13'9" x 5'7"))
Glazed roof and windows to 3 sides, door to the garden, tiled floor, slate sills.
Utility (4.50m x 2.69m (14'9" x 8'10"))
Range of base cabinets, double larder cabinet, work top surfaces, sink unit, void and plumbing for dishwasher, double glazed window, utility cupboard housing washing machine and tumble drier, stable door to the garden, loft access. Cupboard housing hot water cylinder.
Bathroom (2.69m x 1.93m (8'10" x 6'4"))
Luxury suite comprising panel bath with mixer tap, shower attachment and screen over, vanity unit with basin, low flush WC, tiled floor, under floor heating, 2 double glazed windows, tiled walls, heated towel rail, extractor fan.
Living Room/ Bedroom (3.86m x 3.61m (12'8" x 11'10"))
Stone fireplace with log burner, slate hearth, double glazed windows to 3 sides, tiled floor, stable door to the side. Loft access.
Bedroom (3.78m x 3.94m (12'5" x 12'11"))
2 Double glazed windows, tiled floor and underfloor heating, loft access.
Ensuite (2.06m x 2.01m (6'9" x 6'7"))
Wet room style walk in shower with curved screen, low flush wc, vanity unit with basin, heated towel rail, extractor fan, recessed lighting, uPVC double glazed window, tiled flooring.
Walk In Wardrobe (2.01m x 1.60m (6'7 x 5'3))
Bedroom (7.70m x 4.37m (25'3 x 14'4))
Dormer windows, recessed lighting, wood flooring, 2 radiators, door to:
W.C. (2.08m x 1.98m (6'10 x 6'6))
Low flush w.c. Vanity sink unit, velux roof window, recessed lighting, tiled walls.
Garden & Grounds
Patio area accessed from the bifold doors providing an ideal seating area for 'fresco' dining. Lawned area with mature shrubs and trees. Orchard with a range of fruit and nut trees.
Large growing area with polytunnel and raised vegetable growing area. Good sized timber shed.
Garage/Workshop (13.94m x 6.32m (45'9 x 20'9))
Currently in the final stages of construction, with external cladding to be fitted. Electric roller shutter door, side access door, light and power.
Services - Mains electric and water. Septic tank. Air source heat pump. 4KW solar panels.
Local Authority - Ceredigion County Council
Property Classification - Band E. The vendors have advised that the council tax is subject to a review once the building works have been signed off. Please contact the office to discuss further.
Tenure - Freehold and available with vacant possession upon completion