So you want to escape the rat race.....live in a character home in the beautiful Welsh countryside but still want an income ? In that case you've got to look at this property because it could satisfy all of the above requirements.
Sculptureheaven is a very popular (currently number 1 on Tripadvisor for things to do in Ceredigion) Sculpture Garden / Gallery and Tearoom / Sculpture Business set in just under 3 acres of landscaped gardens overlooking the Ceri Valley (income available on request).
The business trades seasonally from Easter to October each year for 2 days per week on Wednesdays and Thursdays and produces a very good income from both the high number of tourists and regular and loyal local patronage.
There are obvious possibilities for further business development by increasing the number of open days and offers a wonderful lifestyle opportunity to be self employed and make a good living from gardening, arts and crafts and baking. It would also be possible, subject to any consents required to develop glamping/camping on the site.
Sculptureheaven is set in just under 3 acres of land set between the villages of Rhydlewis, Brongest and Glynarthen. The three beautiful beaches of Tresaith, Penbryn and Llangrannog are all about 15 minutes drive. Primary and junior schools at Brynhoffnant (2.8 miles), secondary schools at Newcastle Emlyn (6.3 miles), Cardigan (10.8 miles) and Llandysul (9.5 miles). Both Cardigan and Newcastle Emlyn are bustling attractive market towns with supermarkets, swimming pools and leisure facilities. Cardigan also has a thriving Arts Centre, Cinema and Theatre. Cardigan Castle was renovated and opened to visitors 5 years ago and this has greatly increased tourist trade locally.
The family home comprises a good sized entrance hall with floor to ceiling window providing superb views, leading to the large kitchen/diner (with French windows leading onto an extensive patio) and living room. The first floor has 3 good sized bedrooms and a large family bathroom with walk-in shower and bath, recently refurbished to a high standard.
The spacious attic is fully insulated with wooden floors, walls and ceilings and makes a wonderful office space or extra bedroom. There are 4 large insulated storage cupboards.
Entrance via UPVC door into:
With staircase to first floor, original quarry tiles, radiator, glazed panel providing superb views over open countryside, door into:
10' 11'' x 12' 4'' (3.33m x 3.77m) With UPVC double-glazed window to the front, stone fireplace with log-effect LPG fire fitted, radiator.
10' 11'' x 21' 5'' (3.33m x 6.53m) A lovely, modern kitchen with a good range of wall and base units, 1.5 bowl sink/drainer unit, LPG hob, electric double-oven, dishwasher, tiled flooring, double-aspect with UPVC window to rear and UPVC double-glazed French doors to the front, two radiators, tiled splash back, concealed spotlighting.
7' 1'' x 8' 7'' (2.18m x 2.64m) With a range of wall and base units, 1.5 bowl sink/drainer unit, washing machine, fridge, freezer, storage cupboards. This room is used to prepare and serve the food when the tea rooms are open from April to October each year.
Located at the entrance to the tea room, it sells a small range of affordable items such as greeting cards/jewellery as well as a range of hand made items. There are display areas under a canopy at the entrance and also along the walls of the tea room itself.
19' 11'' x 9' 1'' (6.08m x 2.78m)
Max. Seating for 12 people when used as the Team Room with a further seating area outside for 28 people, so 40 people in all.
There are free-standing wooden table and chairs to accommodate 12 covers internally and a patio area with tables and chairs.
The business offers only cakes and drinks, but has a well-earned reputation for catering for all dietary requirements and using Fair Trade and organic produce where possible. The owner has written a very popular cake recipe book which can be purchased at the gift shop.
The owner makes all the cakes herself and is supported by seasonally employed local part-time staff as required.
All tea/coffee pots /plates/cutlery is included.
Accessed via staircase in hallway and giving access to:
With staircase up to the attic music room, doors to:
17' 0'' x 11' 6'' (5.2m x 3.52m) L Shaped. With two UPVC double-glazed windows to the front affording superb far-reaching views, radiator, built-in wardrobes.
10' 2'' x 11' 3'' (3.12m x 3.45m) Into Recess. With UPVC double-glazed window to the front, radiator.
Large bathroom with a central panelled bath, shower cubicle, low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, chrome towel radiator, two UPVC double-glazed windows to side and rear, concealed lighting.
9' 2'' x 10' 11'' (2.8m x 3.34m) With UPVC double-glazed window to rear, radiator, wardrobe to side of bed.
17' 2'' x 18' 10'' (5.25m x 5.75m) Sloping Ceilings. Accessed via staircase on landing, this floor is used by our clients as a music room and office but subject to any consents required, could make either a large bedroom or two singles if required. There are six Velux roof windows, a lot of under-eaves storage with plenty of headroom
35' 8'' x 10' 11'' (10.88m x 3.33m)
First Block - external dimensions - Used as the main sculpture workshop.
To the left of this block is a WC specifically used by visitors of Sculptureheaven and the Tea Rooms without having to use the private facilities in the house.
22' 2'' x 10' 11'' (6.77m x 3.33m) External dimensions. Used as a workshop/store rooms.
24' 1'' x 11' 11'' (7.35m x 3.65m) External Dimensions. Showroom for many interesting items for sale divided into two showrooms with a store room on the end. There are display stands, lighting and a cash desk.
13' 9'' x 20' 4'' (4.22m x 6.22m)
Viewings: Strictly by arrangements with the agents, The Smallholding Centre
Services: The premises are fully compliant with Environmental Health regulations. the business benefits from mains electricity and water. Drainage is through a septic tank. Cooking is electric oven/microwave with a gas hob. The property is double-glazed and has oil central heating. The tea room has an electric radiator.
From Newcastle Emlyn pass through main street of the town over the river Teifi Bridge. Take road up hill towards Ffostrasol (B4571) Follow this road until a turning on the left sign posted to "Rhydlewis", also sign-posted "Llangrannog" "B4334. Travel down a steep hill and then through the village of Rhydlewis passing over the stone bridge, passed the red-tin post office bearing left around the bend following the signs to Llangrannog. Continue on this road, through the remainder of the village and then up a steep, winding hill. At the brow of the hill turn left following the sign towards Glynarthen, also signposted to Curlew Weavers, Woollen Mill. (This would have been the third turning on the left after leaving the village). Follow this road past the right-hand junction and then almost immediately turn sharp left downhill (opposite a telephone box, with a cottage named "Poppy Cottage" on the corner) following signs towards the Woollen Mill. Follow this single track lane downhill for 1 mile. Pass one property on the left-hand side and Sculptureheaven is the next left turning.
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