Tresaith Road, Aberporth £820,000
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- A Traditional Welsh Four/Five Bedroom Farm with 17 Acres or thereabouts
- Situated on the Edge of the Village of Aberporth
- Substantial Stone Built Ranges with the Potential to be Converted (STC)
- One Bedroom Cottage within the Grounds.
- The Main House has been Undergoing Renovations and Would Require Further Works by a New Purchaser
A superb opportunity to purchase a Traditional Welsh four/five bedroom farm homestead with 17 acres or thereabouts, situated in this outstanding coastal location with impressive and substantial stone built ranges (90' and 64' in length), with the potential to be converted (STC). One bedroom cottage within the grounds. The main house has been undergoing renovations and would require further works by a new purchaser to complete the project to their specification.
Situated on the edge of the village of Aberporth. Convenient to a good range of local amenities and sandy beach at the popular coastal village of Aberporth and near to many picturesque sandy beaches and secluded coves along this West Wales Heritage coastline. 6 miles from the market town of Cardigan, easy reach to Aberaeron and less than an hour from Aberystwyth and Carmarthen with the link road to the M4 motorway.
The placing of Helyg Fawr on the market provides prospective purchasers with an opportunity of acquiring a traditional Welsh Farm Homestead in an outstanding location looking directly out to sea. A property of diverse potential and ideal as a holiday complex development. Architects plans have been drawn for the proposed conversion of the outbuildings to 5 holiday cottages (planning permission not applied for). There is a self contained cottage/annexe. There are also other agricultural buildings.
Early Victorian (Georgian style) of stone and slate construction with many character features provides viz. -
Sitting Room (4.17m x 3.61m (13'8" x 11'10"))
with quarry tiled floor to the entrance area, fireplace with slate hearth and wooden beam over, two windows to the side with sea views, window to the front elevation, exposed stone work
Dining Room (4.42m x 4.09m (14'6" x 13'5"))
with quarry tiled floor, exposed ceiling beams and an inglenook fireplace. Built in cupboard at side. Window to the front elevation.
Rear Lobby (4.01m x 2.59m (13'2 x 8'6))
Quarry tiled flooring, window to the side.
Kitchen (2.57m x 1.83m (8'5 x 6))
Base cabinet with sink unit, tiled splash back, plumbing for washing machine, electric cooker, space for fridge/freezer, slate slab flooring, window to the rear.
approached via original staircase from hallway with stairs to second floor accommodation. Doors to:
Bedroom One (6.91m x 3.81m (22'8 x 12'6))
Previously two rooms (both doors are still in place should a new purchaser wish to split the room into two).
Windows to the side enjoying sea views, windows to the front and rear elevation.
Bedroom Two (4.98m x 3.94m (16'4 x 12'11))
Window to the front elevation, door to the side opening to:
Potential Ensuite (3.00m x 2.24m (9'10 x 7'4))
Window to the side.
Bedroom Three (2.54m x 2.03m (8'4 x 6'8))
Window to the front elevation.
Potential Bathroom (2.82m x 2.72m (9'3 x 8'11))
The second floor has been designed as a potential annexe with a living room, kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom, an ideal space for a teenager or dependant relative.
Storage cupboards, doors to:
Kitchenette (1.37m x 0.97m (4'6 x 3'2))
Base cabinet with worksurface, inset sink unit, space for fridge.
Living Room/ Bedroom Four (4.57m x 3.99m (15 x 13'1))
Currently utilised as a living room. Window to the side enjoying sea views, velux roof window, cast iron fire place, exposed 'A' frame, panelled walls, exposed floorboards, eaves storage.
Bedroom Five (4.62m x 2.59m (15'2 x 8'6))
Velux roof window, window to the side, exposed beams and floorboards.
Bathroom (1.98m x 1.96m (6'6 x 6'5))
Modern three piece suite comprising bath with shower and screen over, vanity units with handwash basin, wc with concealed cistern. Tiled walls and flooring.
Open Plan Character Living/Dining/Kitchen (4.60m x 4.17m (15'1" x 13'8"))
High vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, exposed stone work with fireplace housing wood burning stove. Windows to the front elevation.
The Kitchen Area has a modern range of base cabinets with a complementary worktop surface over, stainless steel 1 1/2 bowl single drainer sink units with mixer tap, ceramic hob with extractor fan over, electric oven, integrated dishwasher and fridge.
Wood effect flooring throughout.
L-shaped Bedroom (4.37m x 4.32m (14'4" x 14'2"))
with patio doors to outside patio area, velux roof window, wood effect flooring. Door to:
Modern suite comprising: Panel bath with shower and screen over, pedestal hand wash basin, low flush wc, tiled walls and flooring, window to rear, extractor fan.
Gardens and grounds to front and rear of farmhouse.
Stone and Slate Range One (19.51m x 6.10m (64'0" x 20'0" ))
incorporating an original Stable and Cart House with Loft over, approached via an outside stone and slate granary steps.
Stone and Slate Range Two (27.43m x 6.10m (90'0" x 20'0"))
incorporating the original Cow Shed and Barn with Loft overall - these buildings provide excellent conversion potential to holiday/residential accommodation (subject to consents).
Hay Barn (16.46m x13.72m (54' x45'))
steel framed, incorporating 2 lean-to's used as General Purpose/Implement Stores.
Pole Barn (13.72m x 6.10m (45' x 20'))
Stock Shed (13.72m x 9.14m (45' x 30'))
steel framed (built 2000) of galvanised steel construction with Yorkshire Boarding and concrete floor and 2 water troughs.
The land lies level and gently sloping with warm aspect facing the sea. An area renowned for good quality early growing grassland capable of sustaining good stocking levels and the rearing of quality livestock.Access to the property is via its own private hard surfaced typical farm type drive which leads to the homestead. It should be noted that there is a mobile telephone mast on one part of the land.
Travelling on the main coast road (A487) between Cardigan and Aberaeron, at the village of Tanygroes turn towards the sea onto the B4333 Aberporth road. Follow this road for 1 1/2 miles. As you enter into the village of Aberporth take the first right hand turning sign posted Tresaith. Proceed down this road for 1/4 of a mile passing Helyg Fach Caravan Site on the left hand side and the entrance to Helyg Fawr Farm is the next on the right.
Mains Electricity and Water. Private Drainage. Oil Fired Central Heating (oil fired combi boiler).
Council Tax Band:
Tenure - Freehold
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Aberporth, Ceredigion SA43 2ED