This is an absolute classic !! Character........space........further potential......income.....privacy.....views......this lovely SMALLHOLDING has them all !!
Tucked away amidst the rolling hills of Ceredigion this superb 4 bedroom (6 bedrooms including the potential annex) property has loads of further potential to develop the beautiful stone ranges (subject to any consents) and to start a "Tree House Glamping Business" as planning consent has been granted for 5 units (REF A130967 ).
The main part of the house has a kitchen / diner, utility, lounge, sitting room, on the first floor there are 4 bedrooms (1 accessed through another) and a bathroom with separate WC.
There is also a very nicely presented two bed (one accessed through another) potential annex attached (still with access to the main house) and a 2 bed Caravan in the grounds. This property has lots going on and certainly deserves to be viewed to fully appreciate its location and future potential.
Llechwedd Hen is situated just on the outskirts of the small hamlet of Brynteg, itself a few minutes drive from the village of Cwmsychpant which itself is situated on the road through to Lampeter.
Entrance via timber glazed door into:
With staircase to first floor, parquet flooring, under-stairs storage cupboard, door into:
11' 4'' x 14' 11'' (3.46m x 4.55m) With timber glazed window to the front, parquet flooring, radiator, door through to annexe.
14' 9'' x 17' 11'' (4.5m x 5.47m) With timber glazed window to the front, parquet flooring, radiator, wood-burning stove, door into:
14' 0'' x 19' 10'' (4.27m x 6.05m) A character kitchen/diner with UPVC double-glazed window to the front, enamelled sink with natural slate drainer, LPG hob with oven, "Rayburn" cooking range, tiled flooring, radiator, door out to main courtyard area, door leading out to:
Accessed via staircase in hallway and giving access to:
With window to rear, low level flush WC.
With roll-top bath, pedestal wash hand basin, corner shower cubicle, radiator, UPVC double-glazed window to rear.
11' 5'' x 15' 6'' (3.49m x 4.74m) With timber glazed window to the front, feature fireplace with cast iron surround, radiator, exposed wooden flooring.
5' 11'' x 9' 11'' (1.82m x 3.03m) With double-glazed window to the front, radiator, large enough as a single bedroom.
11' 7'' x 14' 3'' (3.55m x 4.35m) With timber glazed window to the front, traditional fireplace, radiator, walk-in wardrobe, leading through to:
14' 11'' x 16' 8'' (4.57m x 5.1m) With UPVC window to the front, exposed floorboards, radiator, built-in wardrobes, pedestal wash hand basin.
The property itself is surrounded by its own land and accessed via a good track off the highway which takes you into the beautiful courtyard area infront of the main house.
There is a good sized car parking area near The Caravan (with superb views from the Caravan also) with lawned garden areas adjacent to the main house.
The 10 acres or thereabouts of land surrounding the holding is a mixture of pastureland and woodland being made up of some flat, gently sloping and sloping land. Arguably work would be needed to make it suitable for stock keeping as to date the land has been used for a more lifestyle / general enjoyment purpose.
There is an excellent choice of outbuildings as can be seen from the pictures, particularly the large C shaped stone ranges infront of the main house. These have massive potential subject to any consents required.
There are also various other brick and stone built outbuildings around the holding that are ideal for a variety of purposes.
The Caravan is positioned away from the main area of the House to provide privacy and has a large lounge, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. There is currently no formal planning consent on the Caravan but it has been there for around 7 / 8 yrs.
Accessed from the main house and also from the outside, this is a superb potential annexe, subject to any necessary planning consents required, or can be used as further accommodation for the main house.
11' 10'' x 19' 1'' (3.63m x 5.84m) With a small but perfectly formed kitchen area having an enamelled sink, electric cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, radiator, staircase to first floor, access back into main house if required.
Accessed via staircase and leading to:
11' 10'' x 14' 10'' (3.63m x 4.53m) With UPVC double-glazed window to the front, 3 steps leading down to:
9' 7'' x 9' 2'' (2.93m x 2.81m) With access back into the main house if required, UPVC double-glazed window to rear, radiator, door into:
With UPVC double-glazed window to side, panelled bath, large corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC, radiator.
From Newcastle Emlyn take the A475 towards Lampeter for 12 miles, go straight over the crossroads at Horeb, through Prengwyn and Rhydowen into Cwmsychpant. In Cwmsychpant turn right in the middle of the village (next to a telephone box and a bus stop). Continue along this road for 1.5 miles into the village of Brynteg. At the T Junction turn left signposted towards Drefach. Continue along this road for half a mile, leaving the village of Brynteg and the track to Llechwedd-Hen is on the right hand side. There is a white property called 'Llechwydd' at the entrance to the track.
Latitude: 52.079601, Longitude: -4.205681
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre.
Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage (septic tank), heating via solid fuel Rayburn and LPG boiler.
Council Tax: Band F, Ceredigion County Council - 2019/20 - £2274.58
There is planning consent for 5 Tree House Glamping Units under Ceredigion County Council Planning Ref No REF A130967, perfect for additional holiday letting income. Our current vendors advertise on Airbnb.
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