- Property Type
- Property Status
- On Market
Cenarth Mill, Cenarth, Newcastle Emlyn
- National Coracle Centre
- Mill And House
- Centre Of Cenarth Tourist Village
- Lifestyle Opportunity In A Beautiful Setting
- Lovely Owners 2 Bedroom House
- 1350 sq ft Retail Area
- Historic 17thC Grade 11 Listed Mill
- Adjacent Cenarth Falls
- Energy Rating: C
Conveniently located on the picturesque River Teifi at Cenarth Falls - famous for the cascade of waterfalls, where in the Autumn, salmon and sea-trout can be seen making their way back to their spawning grounds upstream. Cenarth itself has gift shops, public houses, a convenience store, junior school and places of worship and lies on the 460 bus route between Cardigan and Carmarthen. The market towns of Newcastle Emlyn are a short drive away as is the Cardigan Bay coastline and beaches at Aberporth and Llangrannog can be reached within 15 minutes driving time.
Calon y Corwg
Property From Above
Entrance via stable-style door into:
Kitchen / Diner
20' 2" x 15' 2" (6.15m x 4.62m) max - L shaped.
With a good range of wall and base units, "Zanussi" electric oven with 4-ring induction hob over, extractor hood, integral fridge, sink with granite drainer, under-stairs storage, staircase to first floor, tiled flooring.
Kitchen / Diner - Another View
Housing the oil-fired "Warmflow" boiler, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, space for fridge/freezer, wash hand basin.
Ground Floor Bedroom
19' 1" x 16' 2" (5.82m x 4.92m)
A good sized room with window to the front, built-in wardrobe, TV point radiator.
With panelled bath with shower attachment, separate shower cubicle, low level flush WC, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, tiled walls and flooring.
Accessed via the staircase in kitchen/diner and giving access to:
19' 8" x 19' 1" (5.99m x 5.82m)
With 2 Velux roof windows, patio doors leading to balcony, TV point, door into master bedroom.
Lounge - Another View
19' 7" x 14' 5" (5.97m x 4.39m)
With 2 windows to rear overlooking the rear garden and the falls, sky-light, built-in wardrobe, radiator.
With panelled bath with shower over, low level flush WC, corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, tiled walls and flooring.
Large Loft Space
46' 4" x 11' 6" (14.12m x 3.51m)
A large loft space currently used as storage but subject to any necessary planning consents, could provide additional accommodation.
The garden located to the rear of the property and overlooks the falls and provides access to a woodland walk. There is also a summer house with electricity connected.
The National Coracle Centre
Accessed from the A484 via Mill Lane.
Outside View Of Retail Area/Museum
10' 5" x 7' 1" (3.18m x 2.16m)
With reception area, bay window area and stud partition to the museum. There is a second stable-style door out to the front, wheelchair access, 5 skylights, plenty of display area.
Gift Shop / Museum
Other View Of Museum / Gift Shop
View Of Museum
Please note that should the prospective purchaser NOT wish to continue with the National Coracle Museum then the majority of items in the museum will be retained by the vendor in order for the items to be donated to suitable organisations that will preserve the history of this fascinating Welsh boat.
Other View Of Museum
There is also a customer WC with wash hand basin.
The Cenarth Mill
43' 0" x 18' 0" (13.11m x 5.49m)
Of stone construction built in the 17th Century the mill is 3 storeys with original workings and grinding stones.
Another View Of Mill
The Mill Machinery
Another View Inside The Mill
Integral Grain Drying Room
24' 0" x 18' 0" (7.32m x 5.49m)
2 storey grain drying room which unusually is integral to the original mill.
Beautiful Cenarth Falls Adjacent
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage, oil-fired central heating in the house. Council Tax: Band D, Carmarthenshire County Council (2019/20 - £1520.71)
From Newcastle Emlyn, take the A484 towards Cardigan until you reach Cenarth. The drive to Calon y Corwg & Cenarth Mill is on the right-hand side, just before the bridge (The National Coracle Centre)