7 bedroom , Llechryd
£450,000

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Key Features

  • Grade II Listed 7 bedroom
  • Currently used as a B&B
  • Victorian Country Residence
  • Walled Garden
  • Former Art Studio
  • Sitting in Approx 3.33 Acres
  • Workshop and Greenhouse
  • Gardens and Woodland
This is a beautiful Grade II Listed 7 bedroom Victorian Country Residence built in the 1859/1860 sitting in around 3 acres of grounds. The property is currently being utilised as a B&B and has scope and potential for a variety of uses. It's full of original features including, original tiled, wood and slate floors, tiled and marble fireplaces, wood shuttered windows etc and comprises; entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, inner hall with cloakroom and starts to first floor, second kitchen, sitting room, breakfast room, main kitchen, hall, utility room, inner hall, lounge. On the first floor are 7 bedrooms (two with en-suite and one with a dressing room) two landing hallways, a shower room and a family bathroom.

Externally the grounds are mainly gardens and woodland with a private walled garden to the far side of the property planted with a variety plants and flowers, a greenhouse, and seating areas. There is a large poly-tunnel, a former Art Studio and another former workshop in the front garden and in the rear courtyard is a stone outbuilding and a workshop. This is an ideal property for anyone looking to run a B&B business, or retreats with the former Art Studio or simply enjoy the surroundings.

Llechryd is a popular village, situated approximately 3 miles from the market town of Cardigan. The village amenities include a shop, filling station, primary school, public houses and a place of worship. The arched stone bridge over the river Teifi provides a picturesque link from Ceredigion to Pembrokeshire. The town of Cardigan has much to offer including a Castle, a primary and secondary school, a further education college, major super markets and superstores, banks, several public houses, swimming pool, leisure centres, restaurants and coffee shops and many local shops. Easy access from the town to many sandy beaches including, Poppit Sands, Mwnt and many more and gives access to the beautiful Ceredigion Coastal Path.

Entrance Hall

3.00m x 2.08m (9'10 x 6'10)

Drawing Room

3.99m x 5.79m maz (13'1 x 19' maz)

Dining Room

3.68m x 4.67m max (12'1 x 15'4 max)

Inner Hall

4.14m x 5.21m l shaped (13'7 x 17'1 l shaped)

W/C

1.96m x 0.91m (6'5 x 3)

Second Kitchen

1.85m x 3.94m (6'1 x 12'11)

Sitting Room

5.51m x 4.01m max, into bay (18'1 x 13'2 max, into

Breakfast Room

4.32m x 4.14m (14'2 x 13'7)

Main Kitchen

4.27m x 3.89m max l shaped (14'00 x 12'9 max l sha

Hall

6.25m x 1.30m (20'6 x 4'3)

Utility/Cloakroom

2.31m x 1.30m (7'7 x 4'3)

Inner Hall

2.44m x 3.30m (8' x 10'10)

Lounge

2.51m x 4.65m (8'3 x 15'3)

First Floor, Main Landing

5.36m x 6.22m max, t shaped (17'7 x 20'5 max, t sh

Bedroom 1

4.37m x 3.76m max (14'4 x 12'4 max)

Bedroom 2

4.62m x 4.22m max (15'2 x 13'10 max)

Bedroom 3

3.02m x 3.30m (9'11 x 10'10)

Bathroom

4.19m x 1.96m max (13'9 x 6'5 max)

Bedroom 4 (en-suite)

4.19m x 3.63m max (13'9 x 11'11 max)

En-Suite

2.67m x 0.91m (8'9 x 3')

Inner Landing

8.00m x 1.02m (26'3 x 3'4)

Bedroom 5

3.07m x 2.82m max (10'1 x 9'3 max)

Shower Room & WC

1.24m x 3.05m (4'1 x 10')

Bedroom 6

4.09m x 2.82m (13'5 x 9'3)

Bedroom 7 (en-suite + dressing room)

2.77m x 4.19m (9'1 x 13'9)

Dressing Room

2.95m x 2.49m (9'8 x 8'2)

En-Suite

1.68m x 1.83m (5'6 x 6')

Walk in Wardrobe

0.97m x 1.70m (3'2 x 5'7)

Art Studio

9.91m x 5.82m (32'6 x 19'1)

GENERAL INFORMATION..

VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.
TENURE: We are advised Freehold
SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.
TAX: Band 'TBC' Ceredigion County Council

Please Note - this property is Grade II Listed. It is not a detached property, it is joined to the neighbouring property at the point of the workshop on the ground floor and the dressing room on the upper floor. It has shared driveway to the point where you enter the grounds and it has a public right of way at the far end of the land. We are advised that the property benefits from private drainage which is shared with the neighbouring property and it is situated in the neighbour's garden with a easement in place for access, it has shared expenses. The neighbour also has an easement in place to access the back of their shed for maintenance purposes.

For more information about the history of the property please visit - http://www.glen-johnson.co.uk/glanhelyg/

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