This is a classic, traditional 8 Acre EQUESTRIAN SMALLHOLDING set completely on its own with no immediate neighbours and positioned several hundred meters from the highway down a good track. The house is very well presented .....just move in !
There are 3 bedrooms in all (2 upstairs and one downstairs) with an attractive kitchen / diner, lounge and a second sitting room, utility, on the first floor there are two bedrooms and a modern bathroom with a "slipper bath".
Outside the land is split into 3 enclosures with 5 stables and a hard turn out area adjacent. In the bottom enclosure there is a lovely lake(recently cleared) in a beautiful private spot. This is one of the nicest you'll find for the money !
Mydroilyn is a village in the parish of Llanarth, Ceredigion, situated along the B4342 road. The name of the village is derived from the confluence of two streams in the village, namely the Mydr and the Oilyn. It is a popular area for tourist accommodation during the summer months. Numerous old cottages, farmhouses, stables and mills have been converted into holiday homes. Of particular note is the 200-year-old farmhouse Aelybryn, which once belonged to a Welsh landowner. The village contains the Holy Trinity Church, Mydroilyn Independent Chapel, dated to 1898 by David Davies, and Y Ficar Wesleyan Chapel, dated to 1849. There is also a small 19th century corn-mill named Y Felin.
Entrance via front door into:
16' 10'' x 14' 11'' (5.15m x 4.55m) A character room with exposed stone walling, vaulted ceiling, 2 roof windows, 2 windows to the front and 2 to the rear, a range of fitted units, breakfast island, beech work surface to 1 wall, range-style cooker, Belfast sink, space and plumbing for dishwasher, storage heater.
14' 11'' x 5' 6'' (4.55m x 1.7m) With exposed stone walling, door out to the front, roof window, window to rear, large storage cupboard, space and plumbing for washing machine, Belfast sink
14' 9'' x 14' 6'' (4.5m x 4.45m) With window to the front, door out to rear, part-exposed stone walling, free-standing wood-burning stove set on tiled hearth, access to loft space, patio doors out to the front.
16' 8'' x 14' 5'' (5.1m x 4.4m) With beamed ceiling, wood-burning stove set on slate tiled hearth, door out to the front, window to front and rear, staircase to first floor, storage heater.
7' 8'' x 14' 5'' (2.35m x 4.4m) With beamed ceiling, original matchboard walls, wooden floor, decorative fireplace (not working), electric heater.
10' 7'' x 14' 6'' (3.25m x 4.45m) Max. With original matchboard wall, wooden floor, wood-clad ceiling, window to the front, electric heater.
With window to the front, wood-clad ceiling, white slipper bath with shower/mixer tap, WC, wash hand basin, corner shower cubicle, heated towel rail.
14' 6'' x 7' 10'' (4.45m x 2.4m) With window to the front, matchboard wall, wood-clad ceiling, wooden floor, cast iron fireplace, electric heater.
The property is approached via a hardcore track leading from the road. The track leads to a yard area in front of the property providing plenty of parking/turning space. To the rear of the cottage is a small area laid to lawn beyond which lies the land. To the front of the cottage is a small patio area.
The property comes with two timber stable blocks, one comprises three stables and sits on a hard turn-out area with post and rail fencing. The other has 2 stables (11'5 x 9'4) plus an enclosed area to the front, ideal for storage of feed etc. On the end of the cottage there is a stone-built log store.
The land with this property is divided into 3 field enclosures, two of these are pasture - one of which lies to the front of the cottage across the yard and the other is directly behind the cottage. The field to the front is gently sloping.
The third field lies beyond the front field and amounts to approximately 3 acres - it has been left largely untouched for wildlife. Within this field lies a small lake with a central island. This lake has recently been cleared (Sept 19) of vegetation as can be seen from the photo. It is home to ducks and migrant geese. The field is bounded at its lower edge by a small river. This land could be improved if desired but the current owner enjoys the land as it is. All the fields have mature hedge boundaries and there are plenty of mature trees both in the hedges and wildlife field so there is no shortage of firewood. In addition to the 3 fields, there is an area behind one of the stable blocks which was previously used for vegetables and currently houses a few fruit trees. There is also a polytunnel.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre
Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage (septic tank).
Council Tax: Band D, Ceredigion County Council - (£1571.25 for 2019/20)
PLEASE NOTE: We are advised that a bridle path runs down the drive and through the yard.
From Cardigan, take the A487 coast road for 18 miles until you reach the village of Llanarth. Turn right in the village onto the B4342 towards Mydroilyn. Continue on this road into Mydroilyn and out the other side. Shortly after leaving the village you will see a large modern barn on your left. The entrance to this property is the track immediately after the barn. Follow the track to the property which is at the end.
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