- Substantial Detached 4 Bed House
- Two Garages & Ample Off Road Parking
- Sitting in Around 0.46 Acres
- Commanding Views of the Countryside
- Mature landscaped Grounds
- Sun Terrace
- Ideal Family Home
- Desirable Central Location
- Close to Llangrannog Beach
- Energy Rating: D
This is an outstanding 4 bed detached house situated in a rural location approximately 1 mile from the beautiful and ever popular coastal village of Llangrannog! Sitting in Approx 0.46 acres of grounds and benefiting from ample off road parking for several vehicles this beautiful family home also benefits from two garages and a workshop built beneath the property (which could be converted into extra living space if needed (STPP).
Comprising: welcoming entrance hall, W.C, spacious living room with doors out to a terrace area with lovely countryside views. A fitted kitchen, utility room, dining room with sliding door to the rear patio; on the first floor are four double bedrooms, office and a family bathroom.
Externally the property is approached via a gated tarmac drive leading to the garages with a path leading up to the front door. The rear gardens are elevated and are mainly laid to lawn with mature hedging and beautiful flowers and shrubs arranged throughout. At the top of the garden is an implement shed and a field gate out to a green lane leading to a side road, and a public footpath which in turn leads to the Coastal Path. This large rear garden lends itself to be easily split to provide a small paddock area if needed, with access to the lane. Steps and paths lead all around the property and up onto the terrace area in front of the living room. The front garden is mainly lawn and bordered with mature hedging and flowers. The far reaching countryside views to the front can be enjoyed and appreciated from the front terrace or the gardens.
Llangrannog is a very popular seaside village nestled in the beautiful valley of the River Hawen, approximately 11 miles north of Cardigan and 6 miles south of New Quay, in West Wales. Established around the church back in the 6th Century, which was dedicated to St Crannog, the village grew to become a thriving port in the 1800s. Today Llangrannog boasts two pubs, two cafes and a village shop. Heading north out of the village you'll find the welsh camp “The Urdd” where children from all over wales come to stay to experience the well-equipped leisure and educational facility. The facilities also open to the public and include a dry ski slope, indoor climbing wall and leisure centre.
1.91m x 1.24m (6'03 x 4'01)
5.51m x 3.25m (max) (18'01 x 10'08 (max))
8.53m x 3.53m (28'00 x 11'07)
5.05m x 2.92m (16'07 x 9'07)
1.40m x 2.90m (4'07 x 9'06)
2.84m x 4.95m (9'04 x 16'03)
1.70m x 1.30m (5'07 x 4'03)
4.75m x 3.76m (max) (15'07 x 12'04 (max))
1.32m x 1.93m (4'04 x 6'04)
3.86m x 3.30m (12'08 x 10'10)
3.94m x 4.19m (max) (12'11 x 13'09 (max))
3.25m x 3.81m (max) (10'08 x 12'06 (max))
3.58m x 2.95m (11'09 x 9'08)
2.92m x 2.97m (max) (9'07 x 9'09 (max))
3.05m x 4.65m (10'00 x 15'03)
8.81m x 3.86m (28'11 x 12'08)
3.66m x 3.25m (max) (12'00 x 10'08 (max))
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. We are advised the property has private drainage .
TAX: Band 'F' Ceredigion County Council
Please Note - We are advised the attic space is of good size and partly boarded which could offer additional living space (subject to planning consent). The garden to the rear is terraced and elevated.