- Property Type
- Properties With Land
- Property Status
- On Market
- 8.5 Acre Equestrian Smallholding
- Superb Sea Views Over Penbryn
- Character Well Presented House
- Stables & Outbuildings
- Short Distance To Penbryn Beach
- Sought After Location
- Direct Access To Bridle Path
- Energy Rating: G
Description of Location
Penbryn is in the valley of the River Hoffnant, close to its mouth at Traeth Penbryn. The community of Penbryn also includes the villages of Tre-saith, Brynhoffnant, Glynarthen, Sarnau and Tan-y-groes. Traeth Penbryn is a popular 1.5 mile (2.4 km) long sandy beach with a car park. It is owned by the National Trust, and was a location in the James Bond film Die Another Day. There are several caves at the north end of the beach and at low tide a further large sandy bay can be accessed along the beach to the north and Tresaith can be reached to the west. Penbryn lies on the Ceredigion Coast Path with steep routes along the cliff tops.
Drive To House
Entrance via UPVC door into:
14' 1" x 12' 0" (4.30m x 3.66m) into recess
With wood-burning stove, radiator, UPVC double-glazed window to the front, door off to:
Lounge - Another View
6' 7" x 12' 1" (2.01m x 3.68m)
With UPVC double-glazed window to the front, 2 radiators.
Kitchen / Diner
13' 7" x 10' 2" (4.14m x 3.10m)
With French doors leading out to the side patio area, staircase to first floor, a range of wall and base cupboards with ceramic hob with extractor over, electric oven, 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink/drainer unit, integral dishwasher and fridge, door out to boot room.
Kitchen / Diner - Another View
9' 9" x 10' 4" (2.98m x 3.15m) into recess
With radiator, UPVC door out to side patio area, door into cupboard housing washing machine and tumble dryer and accumulator for increased water pressure off the mains water supply, door into:
Downstairs Shower Room
With shower cubicle, low level flush WC, wash hand basin, radiator.
Downstairs Shower Room - Another View
Accessed via staircase in kitchen/diner and giving access to:
With UPVC double-glazed window to the front, two built-in cupboards, one housing the wall-hung LPG fired boiler (approx 3/4 years old as of 2019).
10' 2" x 12' 0" (3.10m x 3.65m) into recess
With UPVC double-glazed windows to front, 2 radiators, Velux roof window to rear.
With panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, part-tiled walls, Velux roof window to rear, radiator.
With low level flush WC, radiator, Velux roof window to rear.
9' 6" x 10' 2" (2.90m x 3.11m)
With UPVC double-glazed window to side affording sea views, Velux roof window to rear, walk-in wardrobe, radiator.
View From Bedroom 2
The land is split into 3 enclosures directly accessible from the house and is generally flat to gently sloping with clean pastureland ideal for grazing purposes. The outbuildings comprise a large recently built implement / hay barn of approx 40ft x 20ft , two stables (10ft x 20ft) with yard area and a field shelter (8m x 4m) in the top paddock. A bridlepath runs directly from the land to provide direct outriding without having to go out on the public highway.
10' 0" x 20' 0" (3.05m x 6.09m)
Stables and Sea View
26' 3" x 13' 1" (8m x 4m)
Field Shelter - Another View
40' 0" x 20' 0" (12.18m x 6.09m) External Dims.
Inside Implement Shed
Another View of Property
Paddock and View
Paddock and View
Another Sea View
View Back Towards House
Summer Sea View
Land Plan - Around 8.5 Acres
Penbryn Beach Nearby
Proceed up the A487 from Cardigan until you reach Sarnau, turn left at the church on the main road (as you leave Sarnau) and continue down the hill, through the crossroads until you reach the T junction, turn left and go past the road on your right to the beach, continue on until you see a orange mirror on your left with a bridlepath sign opposite on your right, turn right up the track denoted by the bridlepath sign to Fronwen.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage (septic tank), LPG central heating. Council Tax: Band D, Ceredigion County Council - £1577.03 for 2019/20 Please Note: There is a bridlepath directly accessed from the property providing useful outriding without going out onto the public highway. Please Note: The Energy Performance Certificate was done in 2010 - it was carried out prior to improvements which have been made to the property since that time.