- Property Type
- Property Status
- On Market
Brongest, Newcastle Emlyn
- 5 bed family home
- Detached office / annexe building with potential
- Approx 0.5 acre of gardens and parking
- Scope to split house to create 1 bed annexe
- Stone barn
- River boundary
- In the heart of Brongest
- Energy Rating: F
Entrance into hall
Front door; stairs to main landing.
10' 11" x 8' 1" (3.32m x 2.46m)
Window to front; radiator; door to wet room.
6' 1" x 8' 1" (1.85m x 2.46m)
WC; wash hand basin; electric shower; heated towel rail; window to side.
14' 11" x 11' 6" (4.54m x 3.50m)
Irregular shaped room; radiator; door to rear garden; open plan to snug.
Breakfast Room - Another View
10' 11" x 9' 5" (3.32m x 2.87m)
Window to front; radiator; multi-fuel stove on slate hearth.
23' 0" x 6' 11" (7.01m x 2.11m)
Window to front and rear; tiled floor; extensive range of wall and base units; stainless steel sink; plumbing for dishwasher; electric cooker point plus LPG connection; loft hatch.
Kitchen - Another View
Living / Dining Room
24' 8" x 14' 4" (7.51m x 4.37m)
Windows and double doors to rear garden; 3 high level windows to front; 2 radiators; multi-fuel stove on slate slab; stairs to galleried landing; vaulted ceiling.
Living / Dining Room - Another View
9' 8" x 9' 9" (2.94m x 2.97m)
Window to side; radiator; range of wall and base units; ceramic sink; cupboard housing LPG boiler and hot water tank; plumbing for washing machine.
9' 8" x 4' 9" (2.94m x 1.45m)
Window to side; door to rear garden; radiator; large storage cupboard.
9' 8" x 7' 1" (2.94m x 2.16m)
Window to side; tiled floor; radiator; white corner bath with electric shower over; WC; vanity unit; tiled splashbacks.
Accessed via stairs from hall; loft hatch.
15' 5" x 10' 6" (4.70m x 3.20m)
L-shaped room; radiator; 2 windows to front.
9' 6" x 12' 1" (2.89m x 3.68m)
Window to front; radiator; fitted wardrobe and cupboards; vanity unit.
9' 5" x 8' 3" (2.87m x 2.51m)
Window to rear; radiator.
9' 1" x 9' 6" (2.77m x 2.89m)
White bath and wash hand basin; shower cubicle with electric shower; radiator; window to side; built-in linen cupboards.
White WC and small wash hand basin; radiator.
Galleried landing accessed via stairs from living / dining room.
18' 3" x 9' 8" (5.56m x 2.94m)
Window to rear; 2 Velux windows to side; 2 radiators; built-in oak wardrobes with drawers and cupboards; loft hatch.
Bedroom 5 - Another View
9' 8" x 5' 5" (2.94m x 1.65m)
White bath; WC; vanity unit; radiator.
Office / Annexe
This is a stone building which briefly comprises a hallway, kitchen / store, WC and large office room. It has been used as an office for over 16 years. It would make a great space for an art / craft studio, village shop or tea room or, alternatively it would be ideally suited to conversion to a granny annex or holiday let, all subject to the usual consents. Equally it could be used as over spill accommodation for the household.
Front door; quarry tiled floor.
Kitchen / Store
11' 9" x 5' 6" (3.58m x 1.68m)
Window to rear; radiator; LPG combi boiler; quarry tiled floor; stainless steel sink.
6' 0" x 3' 11" (1.83m x 1.19m)
WC; wash hand basin; radiator; quarry tiled floor; window to rear.
24' 5" x 17' 9" (7.44m x 5.41m)
Window to front; 2 windows and door to rear; laminate flooring; 3 radiators; loft hatch.
Porthyrhyd is situated in the heart of the village. To the front of the house is a small garden area with mature shrubs and space for parking. There is further parking to the side of the house, to the side of the office / annexe and across the road next to the barn. Immediately behind the buildings is a large paved patio. This is home to 2 good sized timber sheds and a log store. The gardens lie behind the house and office / annexe. These are a blend between cultivated garden and wildlife haven merging with the surrounding countryside. There are flower borders, a wildlife pond with bog garden, soft fruit bushes, apple, plum and damson trees and a vegetable garden with raised beds, but there are also banks and woodpiles left for nettles, birds and insects. A stream runs along one side of the garden and the river Ceri is at the bottom. Across the road from the office / annexe is a stone barn, measuring (internally) 8.9m long x 4.66m narrowing to 2.7m wide. There is an attached stone pigsty. This provides useful storage space, but would be ideally suited to conversion, subject to the normal consents. The entire property extends to approx half an acre.
Gardens - Another View
Directions: From Newcastle Emlyn, proceed down the main street, through the town centre, and over the bridge. Continue straight up the hill on the B4571 and stay on this road for approximately 3 miles, passing through Blaen-cil-llech. Take the next turning left, signed for Brongest. After about half a mile (just after Bronllys Garage), turn left and go down the hill into the village of Brongest. Porthyrhyd is on the left hand side in the middle of the village, just opposite the telephone box and a right hand turning.
Viewings: Strictly via the agents, Houses for Sale in Wales. Services: TBA Council Tax: Band G, Ceredigion County Council