Brongest, Newcastle Emlyn, Ceredigion

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A wonderful opportunity to acquire a period 4 bedroom detached house with 2 fully self contained 1 bedroom cottages, approximately 4 acres of land, beautiful gardens and excellent outbuildings. The main house boasts a wealth of splendid traditional features and is immaculately presented and maintained to a high standard. The 2 cottages are equally well kept, modernised with retained character, and are currently utilised as successful holiday lets. The outbuildings are of timber construction and provide excellent space for workshops and storage of garden machinery, tractors etc. There is a large and established garden, two grazing fields and a third field with part grazing/part woodland. The property is located up a private shared track within the country village of Brongest, approximately 5 miles from the coast. Viewers seeking a lifestyle countryside home should definitely come to look. EER - G14


The property is situated in the village of Brongest, positioned up a private shared track which serves other properties. The village is small and quaint, being roughly 4 miles from the town of Newcastle Emlyn which provides an excellent range of shops and services, and roughly 5 miles from the Ceredigion coast with near by beaches located at Tresaith, Aberporth, Penbryn and Llangrannog. Anyone seeking a quiet countryside location in a secluded spot, yet close to village life should consider this location and property.

Main House

Front door opens to:

Entrance Area

Which leads straight on into:

Dining Room

12'10 x 11'10 (3.91m x 3.61m)

Quarry tiled flooring, exposed ceiling beams, feature fireplace with wooden surround, part exposed stone feature wall, feature bread oven, fitted cupboard, sash window to side, understairs storage cupboard, radiator, door to inner hallway. Large opening leads through to:


16'4 x 14'8 (4.98m x 4.47m)

With continuation of quarry tiled flooring, stone surround fireplace housing a wood burning stove, fitted cupboard, sash windows to front and side, original front door, radiator, stairs to first floor. Door to:

Sitting Room

14'8 x10'8 (4.47m x 3.25m)

Wooden flooring, fireplace with wood burning stove, sash windows to front and side, radiator.

Inner Hallway

Quarry tiled flooring. Wooden glazed doors open to:


9'5 x 7'2 (2.87m x 2.18m)

Double glazed external door to garden, quarry tiled flooring, fitted wall and base cupboards with worktops over, single drainer sink, plumbing for washing machine, part tiled walls, radiator.

Farmhouse Kitchen

19'8 x 12'7 (5.99m x 3.84m)

Tiled flooring, fitted storage cupboards and worktops, space for cooker with canopy extractor hood over, single drainer sink, tiled splashbacks, part exposed feature stone wall, radiator, windows and external door to garden. Door to:


5'8 x 5'5 (1.73m x 1.65m)

Tiled flooring, external door to rear, Worcester oil fired condensing boiler servicing the domestic hot water and central heating system. Doors open to:

Shower Room

6'8 x 6'3 (2.03m x 1.91m)

Comprising a corner shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin set in vanity unit with shelving, part tiled walls, heated towel radiator.

Bedroom Four

12'10 x 9'1 (3.91m x 2.77m)

Feature exposed stone wall, 2 windows to side, radiator.

First Floor Landing

Skylight window, wooden flooring, access to loft. Doors open to:

Bedroom One

14'8 x 10'10 (4.47m x 3.30m)

Wooden flooring, sash windows to front and side, radiator.

Bedroom Two

14'8 x 11'0 (4.47m x 3.35m)

Wooden flooring, sash windows to front and side, radiator.

Bedroom Three

7'11 x 6'9 (2.41m x 2.06m)

Wooden flooring, sash window to front, radiator.


12'9 x 12'5 (3.89m x 3.78m)

Comprising a claw footed roll top bath with mixer shower tap over, large shower cubicle, part tiled walls, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, sash window to side, radiator, access to eaves storage space, fitted airing cupboard.

The Cottages

Bwthyn Bach Cottage

Front door opens into:


15'11 x 13'0 (4.85m x 3.96m)

Tiled flooring, triple aspect windows to front, side and rear. Fitted kitchen base storage units with worktops over, single drainer sink, part tiled walls, electric cooker with canopy extractor hood over, space for fridge, radiators, access to loft space where a Valiant gas combination boiler is situated which serves the domestic hot water and central heating for the cottage. Door opens to:

Bedroom One

12'8 x 9'0 (3.86m x 2.74m)

Continuation of tiled floor, window to side, feature wooden clad wall, radiator. Door opens to:

En-Suite Shower Room

8'8 x 5'1 (2.64m x 1.55m)

Comprising a shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, heated towel radiator, tiled floor, part tiled walls, frosted window.

Cwtch Cottage

Front door opens into:


20'4 x 12'4 (6.20m x 3.76m)

This room narrows to 13'4.

Tiled flooring, a wonderful open vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and Velux roof windows, part exposed stone feature walls. The kitchen area is fitted with storage cupboards and worktops, electric cooker with canopy extractor hood over, space for fridge, part tiled walls, windows to front and side, radiator. Doors open to:

Bedroom One

12'1 x 9'5 (3.68m x 2.87m)

Vaulted exposed beamed ceiling, tiled floor, part exposed feature stone wall, window to front, radiator.

Shower Room

7'4 x 6'6 (2.24m x 1.98m)

Comprising a corner shower cubicle, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor, part tiled walls, heated towel radiator, frosted window to rear, built-in vanity storage cupboard with Worcester gas fired combination boiler servicing the domestic hot water and central heating.


The property is approached via a private and shared access track. The house, cottages and outbuildings are situated on the left hand side and opposite on the right hand side there is a large hardstanding area for extra parking and where the grazing fields and woodland is located. Immediately around the front, side and rear of the main house there are mature garden areas of a good size, being well established with hedgerows, lawns, native and ornamental trees etc. The main garden at the rear is of an excellent size being superbly well designed and kept, incorporating a wide variety of colourful plants and shrubs within the borders. Plus further ornamental specimen garden trees. There is a lovely seating area found on the side of the house with view running down the garden with rolling countryside beyond. From this area access is obtained into a garden room.

At the rear of the house a pathway and gateways connect on to the cottages which each have a small outside hardstanding area of garden to the front suitable for a small table and chairs etc. Pathways and gateways lead on to the outbuildings.

Garden Room

17'7 x 11'6 (5.36m x 3.51m)

This room is similar to a conservatory but is only access from the garden and has double glazed windows all around and wooden flooring.

The Outbuildings

As mentioned, these are timber construction and are well maintained, being of a good size and suitable for a variety of uses particularly as workshops and comprise:

Shed One

18'11 x 11'8 with 14'0 high ceilings (5.77m x 3.56m with 4.27m high ceilings)

Power and lighting connected. Windows. Door opens through to:

Second Room

18'9 x 11'9 (5.72m x 3.58m)

With further windows, external door to the main garden, power and lighting connected.


Power and lighting is connected to all areas and each has a similar ceiling height of approximately 14'0. This has 3 main areas comprising:

Workshop Area One

18'9 x 13'10 (5.72m x 4.22m)

Workshop Area Two

18'8 x 11'10 (5.69m x 3.61m)

Workshop Area Three

19'5 x 12'0 (5.92m x 3.66m)

Connecting Door

Leads through to:

Tractor Sheds One & Two

Which are found at the rear and provide excellent general storage cover for garden and land implements, machinery, tractors etc. Comprising:

Bay One

27'1 x 15'1 (8.26m x 4.60m)

Bay Two

19'1 x 24'4 (5.82m x 7.42m)

This bay has a ceiling height of approximately 17'0 so could easily house a tractor/motorhome etc.


At this rear area of the property there is another hardstanding area of parking space which is accessed off the shared private track via gate at rear gateway. Here the current owners use this large space for storing wood and fuel plus they also have a GREENHOUSE and this is where the private drainage system is situated.

The Land

As mentioned, the land comprises 3 fields which are accessed from the hardstanding parking area first mentioned aswell as gated access from the council road. Two of these fields are laid purely to grazing and the third field, found at the far end comprises a mixture of grazing and woodland. All 3 are quite idyllic and naturally beautiful as there are mature tall specimen trees bordering and within to create excellent habitat for wildlife and makes for very pleasant scenery. There are many options for a potential buyer to use this land as it would suit general grazing for a pony/horse/sheep/cows etc., but also if a buyer wished this would make an ideal place for growing/a market garden and having POLYTUNNELS etc., or purely just keeping for extra garden space

ature space.


We are advised mains electricity and water are connected. Each dwelling has its own boiler the main house is served by oil and the 2 cottages are LP Gas. All properties feed into a private drainage system.

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