Llangoedmor

£598,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
***HOUSE, STABLES, LAND AND RIVER ACCESS WITH FISHING RIGHTS.***

This is a substantial, beautifully presented detached property which has it all! Situated in a convenient location close to the market town of Cardigan and the many sandy beaches the area has to offer. The property benefits from a range of loose boxes with tack-room, storeroom and lean-to barn, three useful paddocks, an area which was formerly a sand menage (which could be restored), ample off road parking for several cars and a horsebox, a private slipway giving access to the River Teifi and offering over 200 meters of fishing rights along the Teifi Estuary and tributary plus a purpose-built bird hide (with wood burner) overlooking the river! This property has a lot to offer prospective purchaser and maintains many of its original features such as original parquet flooring and beautiful fireplaces, and commanding bay windows to fully appreciate the spectacular views, this property has a wealth of character and charm. Sitting within over 6.5 acres of land in total, this property would make an ideal family home and is a must view!

This property is located a short drive from the market town of Cardigan. Cardigan town is a bustling market town dating back to 1093, situated on the edge of the estuary of the River Teifi. A major trading port and shipbuilding area back in the Middle Ages Cardigan now offers traditional shops and cultural centres for residents and visitors to experience. With much to offer, the town boasts a Castle, a primary and secondary school, a further education college, major supermarkets and superstores, banks, several public houses, swimming pool, leisure centre, restaurants, coffee shops and many other local retailers. Easy access from the town to many sandy beaches including Poppit Sands, Mwnt and many others each providing access to the beautiful Ceredigion Coastal Path.

We Say...

This really is a beautiful, commanding detached house which has something to offer everyone. Benefiting from a range of stables/loose boxes with tack-room and lean-to barn and a large stable with double doors (formerly used as a veterinary operating theater), three useful paddocks, an area which was formerly a sand menage (which could be restored), ample off road parking for several cars and a horsebox, a private slipway giving access to the River Teifi and offering over 200 meters of fishing rights along the Teifi Estuary and tributary plus a purpose-built bird hide (with wood burner) overlooking the river, all sitting in around 6.71 acres of grounds.

This property has a lot to offer any prospective purchaser and maintains many of its original features such as; original parquet flooring and beautiful fireplaces, and commanding bay windows to fully appreciate the spectacular views, this property has a wealth of character and charm. This property would make an ideal family home and is ideal for any keen equestrian, water enthusiast, and nature lovers given the wealth of wildlife that occupies the stunning River Teifi at any time of the year!

The accommodation benefits from oil central heating.

Come on In...

...and step into the beautifully presented entrance hall, with original parquet flooring and gorgeous archway, this character and style continues throughout.

The dining room is on the left, with wooden flooring, feature fireplace and bay window. The sitting room, located further along the hallway, with sandstone fireplace and door to the side of the property benefits from a stunning picture window overlooking the grounds and River Teifi.

The spacious fitted kitchen with island bar and Rayburn offers ample storage space with a cupboard and pantry room, and patio doors giving access to the rear garden.

To the right of the kitchen, there is a door leading to the study/office (also accessed from the entrance hall) with original wooden flooring and feature sandstone fireplace.

Also leading from the kitchen there is a door to the utility room, providing further access to the side of the property, and doors to the boiler room, housing the oil fired boiler and hot water tank, and a downstairs shower room.

The staircase from the entrance hall, with gorgeous wooden banister leads to the first floor with a landing area leading to the master bedroom (en-suite), 3 further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room, benefits from a picture window, offering beautiful views of the garden, land, river and countryside beyond.

Step Outside...

The property is accessed via two separate driveways, one into the stable block area offering plenty of parking spaces including space to park a Horse Box with a path leading to the house, and one to the side of the house giving access to the property and again offering ample parking space.

There are beautifully manicured grounds all around with a beautiful rose garden to the front, with a gate to the side garden and stunning gardens to the rear which offer places to sit, relax and enjoy some outside dining on the rear patio while enjoying the beautiful river views. To the left of the property, there is a brick outbuilding (which we have been informed were former servants accommodation in years gone by) and a brick storage shed.

The side garden benefits from lawned areas, raised vegetable beds and poly-tunnel, pond, side storage shed, and a small orchard. A path leads through here to the stable block which consists of; 2 good sized loose boxes, a storeroom, a lean-too barn (ideal for hay store), a tack room, and a good-sized stable which (was formerly used as an operating theater under previous ownership) a collecting yard and another path that leads on to the second parking area.

Gates from the stable block and the rear garden leads into the paddocks, where there are the remains of a former sand school (which could be reinstated should the new owners wish) and you can access the slipway to the river from the lower paddock which offers you access to the bird hide. This is an amazing space, complete with wood-burning stove, which is a perfect place to sit and enjoy the views and wildlife. There is also around 200 meters of the river and tributary access for fishing and an abundance of wildlife!

Entrance Hallway

6.43m x 1.85m (maximum) (21'1 x 6'1 (maximum))

Dining Room

3.35m x 5.05m (maximum) (11'0 x 16'7 (maximum))

Sitting Room

4.27m x 4.93m (maximum) (14'0 x 16'2 (maximum))

Kitchen/Diner

3.94m x 6.30m (approximately) (12'11 x 20'8 (app

Pantry

1.12m x 2.11m (maximum) (3'8 x 6'11 (maximum))

Study/Office

3.78m x 3.84m (12'5 x 12'7 )

Utility Room

4.27m x 2.51m (14'0 x 8'3 )

Boiler Room

1.22m x 1.27m (4'0 x 4'2 )

Shower Room

1.04m x 2.69m (3'5 x 8'10 )

Landing

6.96m x 3.18m (maximum) (22'10 x 10'5 (maximum))

Master Bedroom

3.43m x 4.29m (11'3 x 14'1 )

En-Suite

1.50m x 2.26m (4'11 x 7'5 )

Bathroom

2.16m x 4.06m (7'1 x 13'4 )

Bedroom 1

2.92m x 3.81m (9'7 x 12'6 )

Bedroom 2

3.91m x 3.84m (maximum) (12'10 x 12'7 (maximum))

Bedroom 3

3.38m x 5.05m (maximum) (11'1 x 16'7 (maximum))

Outbuilding

6.12m x 3.71m (20'1 x 12'2 )

Former Log Shed

3.61m x 2.49m (11'10 x 8'2 )

Kennels

1.93m x 2.97m (6'4 x 9'9 )

Side Storage Shed

5.74m x 3.35m (18'10 x 11'0 )

GENERAL INFORMATION

VIEWING: By appointment only.

TENURE: We are advised freehold

SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.

TAX: Band F Ceredigion

PLEASE NOTE we are advised this property is served by private drainage

AGENTS VIEWING NOTES...

We would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externally.

HW/FHR/03/19/OK/HW/03/19

Arrange viewing 01239 726234

West Wales Properties - Cardigan

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