This is a character and spacious 3 bedroom detached house set amidst around 2 acres of land made up of predominantly two large ponds (ideal for keen fisherman) and set in a lovely tucked away position in Cei Bach, itself a short drive to the popular seaside resort of Newquay.
In the house there is a large lounge / diner, a large kitchen, downstairs bedroom with ensuite, shower room, on the first floor there are two further bedrooms (master ensuite) and a sitting room leading off the master bedroom. Outside the property is accessed via a lovely stone walled entrance with driveway to the house and the detached outbuilding.
Cei Bach ( Little Quay ) lies one and a half miles from the small scenic fishing village of New Quay with its resident family of Dolphins, just off the A487 coast road.
Entrance via hardwood door with glazed panel to the side giving access to:
10' 4'' x 12' 2'' (3.15m x 3.73m) With timber open-tread staircase to the first floor, part exposed stone walling, electric heater, door into:
18' 9'' x 14' 9'' (5.74m x 4.5m) With a good range of wall and base units with work surfaces over, "Zanussi" electric oven with hob and extractor over, red solid fuel Rayburn cooking range, 1.5 bowl sink/drainer unit, tiled splash backs, space and plumbing for washing machine, ceiling beams.
4' 5'' x 7' 4'' (1.37m x 2.26m) Walk-in with shelving.
22' 4'' x 23' 7'' (6.83m x 7.19m) A good sized room with stone inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel stove inset, windows to the front and rear and patio doors out to the garden, BT connection.
With doors off to:
With corner shower cubicle, low-level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, frosted glazed window, exposed wooden floor.
11' 5'' x 11' 3'' (3.48m x 3.45m) With window to the front, wall-length fitted wardrobes, door to:
12' 11'' x 6' 3'' (3.94m x 1.93m) With panelled bath, pedestal wash-hand basin, low-level flush WC, heated towel rail, airing cupboard, exposed wooden floor.
Accessed via timber open-tread staircase in reception hallway and giving access to:
With Velux roof windows, exposed wooden beams, doors into:
19' 0'' x 16' 7'' (5.81m x 5.08m) With 6 Velux roof windows, insulated wooden panelling, walk-in wardrobes & under-eaves storage space, TV point.
12' 5'' x 6' 7'' (3.81m x 2.01m) With large shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low-level flush WC, part tiled walls, ceiling beams.
19' 10'' x 14' 9'' (6.07m x 4.5m) L shaped. With Velux roof window, window to side, exposed ceiling beams, part timber panelled walls, exposed stone fireplace
18' 8'' x 4' 7'' (5.69m x 1.42m) With feature window on the gable end providing views over the ponds. This room is currently used for storage.
The property is accessed via an attractive stone-pillared entrance onto a good track to the house. There are around 2 acres all in with 2 attractive large linked ponds. There is also a large Dutch barn which was lived in by the current owner whilst renovating Y Waun. The property is bounded by mature trees and hedgerows and benefits from views over the surrounding countryside.
28' 1'' x 9' 11'' (8.56m x 3.04m) With a large open-plan area (storage/kitchen/living room) with tiled and wooden flooring. Electric and lighting connected.
29' 5'' x 9' 11'' (8.99m x 3.04m) Large open-plan area (storage/bathroom/bedroom) with timber flooring, timber-clad insulated walls with single-skin metal roof.
From Cardigan take the A487 in a northerly direction and continue to Llanarth. Proceed through Llanarth and continue until you see a left-hand turn just past a bus shelter signposted Cei Bach & Llain Activity Centre. Take this turn and proceed past the activity centre. Continue until you come to a right-hand turn (a house called Hafod on the corner). Take this turn and proceed for approx 200m and the entrance to Y Waun is on the right-hand side.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre
Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage.
Council Tax: Band B, Ceredigion County Council.
The detached outbuilding was previously used by our clients many years ago when they rebuilt the old house back in the 1990's but it now needs some attention to bring it back to the way it was, nonetheless, subject to any consents required could easily provide additional accommodation or letting income, being as it is just a mile and a half from Newquay.
It would also be possible, again subject to any consents, to bring the outbuilding up to a suitable standard to rent out to fishermen who could stay for short breaks fishing on the large ponds onsite.
For further information on this property please call 01239 621303 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org