Pontsian, Llandysul

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  • Living Room - Another View
  • Another View of Land
  • Paddock - Another View
  • Another View of House
  • Living Room
  • Living Room - Another View
  • Feature Fireplace
  • Kitchen
  • Kitchen - Another View
  • Sitting Room
  • Sitting Room - Another View
  • Bedroom 1
  • Bedroom 1 - Another View
  • En-Suite Bathroom
  • Shower Room
  • Bedroom 2
  • Bedroom 2 - Another View
  • Bedroom 3
  • Bedroom 3 - Another View
  • Externally
  • Paddock
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Features

  • 3 bed end of terrace cottage
  • Approx. 1.3 acres of land
  • Off road parking
  • Character traditional cottage
  • Would benefit from some modernisation
  • Close to local shop
  • Grade II listed
  • Energy Rating: F
Dolydd is a character Grade II listed 3 bed end of terrace stone cottage with approx. 1.3 acres about 200m away. The cottage has lots of early features, but would benefit from some modernisation. It offers open plan living space downstairs with two double and one single bedroom upstairs. It is set in a corner location in a pleasant village. It is handily located close to the village shop. It comes with off-road parking for 2 or 3 cars.

Situation

It is set in a corner location in a pleasant village. It is handily located close to the village shop. It comes with off-road parking for 2 or 3 cars. It is a short drive to the popular town of Lampeter, some 7 miles away and within easy reach of the Cardigan bay coast. Dolydd represents a sensibly priced smallholding for those on a restricted budget.

Another View of House

Living Room

12' 6" x 11' 10" (3.81m x 3.60m)

Featuring a beautiful working range with multi-fuel stove to the front of the open fire; Beamed ceiling; Two windows to the front; Stairs rise; Opens into

Living Room - Another View

Feature Fireplace

Kitchen

17' 9" x 8' 0" (5.41m x 2.44m)

Double bowl sink unit; Oil-fired range providing cooking, hot water and central heating; Plumbing for washing machine; Electric cooker point; Walk-in pantry; Steps rise to exterior door; Window to side.

Kitchen - Another View

Sitting Room

Wood panelled walls to dado height; Beamed ceiling; Radiator; Window to front and side.

Sitting Room - Another View

First Floor Landing

With doors off to:

Bedroom 1

15' 9" x 9' 10" (4.80m x 2.99m)

Radiator; Window to front.

Bedroom 1 - Another View

En-Suite Bathroom

Corner bath, vanity basin and WC in blue; Tiled splash backs; Radiator; Window to side.

Shower Room

Shower enclosure, basin and WC; Built-in linen cupboard; Radiator.

Bedroom 2

8' 6" x 6' 9" (2.59m x 2.06m) Max

Window to front.

Bedroom 2 - Another View

Bedroom 3

12' 8" x 11' 8" (3.86m x 3.55m)

Window to side; Radiator; Previously divided into two separate rooms.

Bedroom 3 - Another View

Externally

The cottage sits on the corner of two roads. It is the end property in a terrace. To the side of the property is a pathway which gives access to a small area of garden and is also a right of way to the rear of other houses in the terrace. Almost opposite this access way is an area of off-road parking belonging to the cottage. There is room to park two or three cars on this area and probably enough room to build a garage if desired (and subject to consent).

The Land

About 200 yards along the road, the property owns two parcels of land. On one side there is about one acre of sloping grazing land. On the other side of the road is an area of about 0.3 of an acre which is divided into two. The larger section is flat and would make an ideal sand school for anyone with a horse. The current owner uses it for a winter turnout. Equally, it would provide a place to site a poly-tunnel if desired The smaller area is laid to grass but is very sheltered and could provide a good place to grow vegetables or keep chickens. The lane is quiet and it takes less than a minute to reach the land from the cottage by foot. The property also owns an old stone barn sitting on its own plot, close to the cottage. This has had planning in the past for a house. Whilst this has lapsed, the owner would consider selling this along with the cottage, but by separate negotiation.

Directions

From Newcastle Emlyn town centre, cross the river and turn right at the mini-roundabout in the direction of Lampeter. Continue along the Lampeter road (A475) for several miles until you come to the junction with the A486 at Horeb. At the staggered crossroads, go more or less straight over staying on the A475 to Lampeter. Continue on this road for approx.3 miles until you come to Rhydowen. Here, at the crossroads by the old pub, turn left onto the B4459 to Pont Sian. Follow the road for a mile or so to the village of Pont Sian and at the T junction opposite the shop, turn left and then immediately right. The property is on the corner, the front door is just round the corner on the side road.

General Information

Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales. Services: Mains water, mains electricity and mains drainage. Council Tax: Band C, Ceredigion County Council

 

£155,000

  • Bedrooms
  • 3
  • Bathrooms
  • 2
  • Receptions
  • 2
  • Property Type
  • House
  • Property Status
  • On Market
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Reference: 9003359