- Property Type
- Properties With Land
- Property Status
- On Market
- Large 4 Bed Barn Conversion
- With Around 2.5 Acres All In
- Edge Of Bryngwenith Village
- Lovely Timber Chalet
- Useful Large Outbuilding
- Loads Of Parking Space
- Character Big Rooms
- Energy Rating: E
The Coach House is a substantial converted cow barn now providing spacious comfortable accommodation on two floors. The current owners converted the property many years ago and there is still a large unconverted space on the first floor which could be utilised by accessing the space through one of the large upstairs bedrooms. The property is not connected to a residential building as such but part of the property is attached to a neighbours outbuilding as you can see from the picture of the rear to the left. The property itself however feels very private as there is only one other neighbour and they have their own access to their house after driving down the shared track to both properties. This really is a lovely large conversion with the paddocks gently sloping, in all just under 2.5 acres, and with the still unconverted areas on the first floor there is still further potential (subject to any consents required)
Good Lane To House
Entrance To Property
Entrance via UPVC door into:
With two UPVC windows to either side, stable door into:
Kitchen / Diner
12' 11" x 18' 2" (3.94m x 5.53m)
With UPVC double-glazed window to front, a good range of base units with 1.5 bowl sink/drainer unit, washing machine, dishwasher and fridge all included, Rayburn Royal oil-fired cooking range, beamed ceiling, window to rear.
Kitchen / Diner - Another View
19' 2" x 18' 3" (5.84m x 5.56m)
A character room with feature stone fireplace with wood-burning stove, 4 radiators, oil-fired central heating boiler, staircase to first floor, door out to rear, beamed ceiling, 2 feature semi-circular windows.
Sitting Room - Another View
Accessed via staircase and giving access to:
18' 3" x 18' 3" (5.56m x 5.57m)
With window to side, part-exposed "A" frames, radiator.
With 2 radiators, door off to the downstairs bedrooms including:
10' 1" x 6' 8" (3.08m x 2.03m)
With double-glazed window to rear, radiator, beamed ceiling, wardrobe unit.
With obscured double-glazed window to front, panelled bath, corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC, tiled flooring.
12' 10" x 12' 6" (3.92m x 3.82m) into recess
With UPVC double-glazed window to the front, radiator, beamed ceiling.
18' 10" x 16' 2" (5.73m x 4.93m) into recess
With French doors overlooking the large lawned gardens, UPVC double-glazed window to front, staircase to first floor, wood-burning stove.
Lounge - Another View
Accessed via staircase in lounge and giving access to:
17' 6" x 16' 0" (5.34m x 4.87m)
With window to side overlooking the rear gardens and paddocks, part-exposed "A" frames, radiator.
View From Bedroom 4
Inside Timber Chalet
From Newcastle Emlyn, take the B4571 Ffostrasol road. Go past a left turn for Brongest and at the next crossroads, turn right for Henllan. Follow the road past a bungalow and a chapel on the left - just before the chapel is a track on the right. Take this track & continue to the bottom, turn left into the property.
Viewings: Strictly via the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage (septic tank), oil-fired central heating. Council Tax: Band F, Ceredigion County Council - 2017/18 - £2016.38