- 7 + Bedroom Vicarage
- Set In Just Under An Acre
- Detached Coach House
- Superb Countryside Views
- Immaculate Presentation
- Period Charm And Elegance
- 15 Mins Drive To Town
- Energy Rating: E
Star is a small rural village in the parish of Clydau, situated on the outskirts of the village of Bwlch-Y-Groes and surrounded by beautiful, rolling countryside. Star is positioned 6.5 miles south west of the market town of Newcastle Emlyn which offers a range of amenities include a Castle, supermarkets, restaurants and coffee shops, banks, a primary and secondary school, swimming pool, leisure centre, several public houses and many independent shops. And only 10 miles south east of Cardigan town which offers a Castle, a primary and secondary school, a further education college, major super markets and superstores, banks, several public houses, swimming pool, leisure centre, restaurants and coffee shops and many local shops. Carmarthen town is only 16.5 miles away.
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*NO FORWARD CHAIN* This is a stunning example of a property of this age. A very large, 7 bedroom former vicarage, tastefully restored into a beautiful family home, briefly comprising: large cellar, on the ground floor, porch, hallway, lounge, dining room, sitting room, study, cloakroom, kitchen/ breakfast room, utility, cold store, on the 1st floor 4 bedrooms (master ensuite) and family bathroom, on the top floor 3 further bedrooms, games area and shower room. Externally the property is accessed via a sweeping driveway with gardens of just under an acre which are mainly laid to lawns and borders. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the charm of this property.
Entrance via attractive porch with part-glazed front door and gothic arched panelled window above, with flagstone flooring, coloured glazed windows to either side, solid timber doors into:
8.38m x 1.47m L shaped
With attractive tiled flooring, gothic-style ceiling arch with cornicing, staircase to first floor , door to side hallway, doors to:
5.18m x 4.45m
With two windows to side and another to the rear, rear window having original shutters, fireplace (currently unused) with timber mantel/surround and slate hearth with metal rail.
3.96m x 3.84m
With window to the front and window to side with original shutters & wood panelling, built in alcove storage cupboards, dado rail.
3.76m x 1.98m
With window to side, again with shutters, fireplace (not currently in use) with timber mantel & surround.
2.03m x 1.17m
With window to side, part-tiled walls, WC, wash hand basin.
4.72m x 4.14m
With window to the front with original shutters and wood panelling and another window to the side, open fireplace (not currently in use) with timber mantel & surround with slate hearth, dado rail.
3.76m x 1.75m incl. stairwell
With original feature servant's bells above the entrance hall doorway, quarry tiled floor, 2nd staircase to first floor, door out to side, door to kitchen/breakfast room, door with staircase down to basement.
KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM
5.13m x 3.38m
With large window to rear, again with shutters, this is an attractive room with a range of wall and base units with granite-effect work surfaces around, 1.5 bowl sink/drainer unit, tiled splash backs, space for electric cooker with extractor hood over, larder cupboard and original full-height cupboards, space and plumbing for dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer, ceramic tiled flooring. Step down to:
3.45m x 3.30m
With windows to both the front & rear, part-glazed door out to front, flagstone flooring, door into:
3.18m x 2.44m
With window to the front, part-glazed door out to the front, door into store/cold roomflagstone floor, Belfast sink, space and plumbing for washing machine, low-level hatch into the old coal house.
STORE / COLD ROOM
2.44m x 2.03m
With window to rear, flagstone floor, original slate block work surface.
Accessed via the staircase from the entrance hall, window to side on half-landing giving lovely views, doors to:
4.78m x 4.27m
With window to side and window to the front which gives lovely country views, door to ensuite:
2.79m x 1.42m
With window to the front, again giving views, part-tiled walls, large, fully-tiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, chrome towel rail.
4.22m x 4.04m
With window to side and window to the front, fireplace with timber mantel & surround (not currently used).
5.23m x 4.45m
With 2 windows to side and another to rear.
3.76m x 1.98m
With window to side, part-tiled walls, panelled bath with shower attachement, low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, large fully-tiled shower cubicle, airing cupboard.
Also acessed via 2nd staircase which continues up to the second floor, door into:
5.54m x 3.48m
With window to rear, fireplace with timber mantel & surround.
Accessed via staircase from inner landing which lead up to a half-landing with window to side and on up to:
6.45m x 3.66m
With part-exposed A-frame & beams which opens out into a central landing area with Velux roof window and opening into:
3.07m x 2.03m
5.33m x 4.50m
With window to the rear, part-exposed A frames, small original connecting door into:
BEDROOM 6 / SECRET ROOM
5.11m x 3.56m
Accessed via a small door from bedroom 5, window to side, part-exposed A frames.
BEDROOM 7 / SITTING ROOM
7.95m x 4.29m
Used as a sitting room by the current owners, with part-exposed A frames, window to side and a lovely feature window to the front with 3 circular paynes of coloured glass.
4.01m x 3.05m
With window to side, fireplace and Victorian-style grate (no longer used) with timber mantel & surround, part- exposed A frames, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC, tiled shower cubicle.
Benefiting from full-height ceiling joists and has the same footprint as the ground floor. The cellar has power and lighting connected and is accessed via the side hallway which leads via steps down to:
With part-flagstone floor and giving access to the boiler room plus 6 individual rooms:
3.76m x 3.45m
With concrete floor, window to rear.
3.71m x 2.72m
With concrete floor.
With window to rear, flagstone flooring and housing the oil-fired boiler which serves the central heating and domestic hot water.
5.23m x 4.50m
With window to side, original fireplace (no longer used) door out to side pathway which then goes through to an inner corridor with window to side and opening into Room 4.
5.38m x 4.22m
With window to side, original fireplace (no longer used), concrete floor.
3.05m x 2.06m
With concrete floor.
4.22m x 4.11m
With window to side, concrete floor.
The property is approached via a country lane via a walled & pillared entrance onto a sweeping driveway up to the house giving plenty of parking/turning space. The property itself is set in approximately an acre of gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with some mature hedge boundaries. This property sits in an elevated position overlooking the countryside.
ENTRANCE TO PROPERTY
Gated entrance and private drive leading up to the property
VIEWS TO THE FRONT
Beautiful countryside views.
DETACHED COACH HOUSE
17.68m x 4.88m
This building has previously had planning permission to convert (now expired) and is of stone construction with Eternit tiled roof. It is divided into 2 sections and has a loft area over half its length.
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 H, Pembrokeshire County Council
We are advised that the property has mains water and electricity connected with private drainage. Oil-fired central heating. We are advised that most windows are double-glazed with the exception of 2 windows in the porch and 3 in the basement. Private drainage, via it's own private sewerage treatment plant.
Please note: Our client purchased this property from ourselves previously and over the years has spent a great deal of time and money elevating this house to its current high standard and now offers the more discerning buyer a house to be proud of.
This property is one of the largest and nicest former vicarages you will find in this area and potential buyers will be hard pressed to find a better quality and size of home for the asking price.
WE WOULD LIKE TO POINT OUT THAT OUR PHOTOGRAPHS ARE TAKEN WITH A DIGITAL CAMERA WITH A WIDE ANGLE LENS. These particulars have been prepared in all good faith to give a fair overall view of the property. If there is any point which is of specific importance to you, please check with us first, particularly if travelling some distance to view the property. We would like to point out that the following items are excluded from the sale of the property: Fitted carpets, curtains and blinds, curtain rods and poles, light fittings, sheds, greenhouses - unless specifically specified in the sales particulars. Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or otherwise. Services, appliances and equipment referred to in the sales details have not been tested, and no warranty can therefore be given. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on such matters prior to purchase. Any areas, measurements or distances are given as a guide only and are not precise. Room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings.
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