Glanrhyd, Cardigan

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Situated in the picturesque rural village of Glanrhyd in North Pembrokeshire, just a short drive to Ceibwr Bay or Poppit Sands and the bustling market town of Cardigan with its many amenities, this two bedroom detached bungalow sits within a generous plot and benefits from two double bedrooms, off-road parking and an attached garage. *Please note this property has had a recent survey indicating that it has suffered from historical subsidence and is in need of renovation. A copy of this survey is available for interested buyers.*

Entering from the front door an entrance hallway leads to the two bedrooms and bathroom, the kitchen is found to the rear of the house accessed via the living room and has fitted base units, a sink with a window looking out over the countryside, and a door to the rear patio. There is also an internal door into the attached garage which has lighting and electrics, a window and space for a vehicle and a work bench. There is a spacious living area with a fire place and feature surround and a window overlooking the front garden. The bathroom is part tiled and there are two double bedrooms one of which has the stairs to the loft rooms above which are useful for storage or could be converted into another bedroom (Subject to Planning Consent).

Externally; the property is set back from the road and there is plenty of off-road parking in addition to the attached garage. There is access all of the way around the property with a patio to the rear overlooking the neighbouring field which has a stream running alongside the boundary. Another raised patio is found to the right of the house and a feature pond formed from local stone in the upper corner, there is a level lawned area which extends to a point, and has some fruit trees growing, the boundary lined with a thick hedgerow.

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 ship building 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.

VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.

TENURE: We are advised Freehold

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

COUNCIL TAX: Band 'D' Pembrokeshire County council

DRAINAGE: Please note we are advised that this property is served by private drainage.

AGENTS NOTE: Please note a Survey carried out in November 2023 indicated there were historical structural issues and the house is in need of renovation - please contact the office for further information. We have not seen or been provided with any planning consents or building regulations should they be necessary.

Ref: LW/LW/02/24/OK/LW


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