Llanrhystud, Ceredigion, SY23 5BD
10 Chalybeate Street
Tel: 01970 624328
About the Property
Situated in the lower Mabws Valley which leads to the popular coastal village of Llanrhystud. This extensive family residence, with 10 acres of land, was previously the old granary to Mabws Hall and now provides 5 Bedrooms, with the main bedroom enjoying en-suite shower facilities, and has been refurbished in recent years to provide a character country residence with feature inglenook fireplace and a modern fitted kitchen. The land extends to some 10 acres or thereabouts with 8 acres of clean pasture and 2 acres of mature woodlands with a formal garden area and a range of traditional stone and slate outbuildings. The property lies some 1.5 miles of Llanrhystud and within easy travelling distance to the neighbouring towns of Aberystwyth and Aberaeron.
- 10 Acre Smallholding
- Refurbished 5 bed
- Stone Outbuildings
- Old Coach House
- Inc woodland.
The property can be found by turning in Llanrhystud onto the Lampeter road via Talsarn. Pass the Penrhos Golf & Leisure turning and take the next left turning signposted Cwm Mabws. Proceed along Cwm Mabws road for some 1 mile, passing through a cluster of properties and opposite a lodge property on the right there is a gated pillar access road leading to Cwm Mabws Hall and Mabws Llwyd can be found at the rear of Mabws Hall. Llanrhystud village offers a comprehensive range of every day amenities to include shop, primary school place of worship public house and petrol filling station with mini market. The University town and seaside town of Aberystwyth lies some 9 miles north and the Georgian Harbour town of Aberaeron lies equal distance south.
The original building was known as the granary store for the Mabws Hall. In modern times the property has been converted to provide a comfortable family residence. The main walls are of traditional solid stone which support a pitched roof laid with slate. The current owners have carried out extensive renovation works to provide a modern comfortable dwelling of a country-style character. Most windows have been replaced using uPVC double glazed casements for ease of maintenance.
The property can be found well-presented and decorated to neutral tones and comprises as follows:
UPVC double glazed front entrance door leading to:
Tiled floor. Stairs to first floor. Double panelled radiator. Doors to:
20'10 x 18'7 (6.35m x 5.66m)
Box Bay window to side and other windows to front and rear. Double panelled radiator. Power points. TV point. BT point. Solid fuel stove fire. Feature inglenook fireplace housing solid fuel stove fire which heats hot water and central heating. Walk-in store room.
19'6 x 9'8 (5.94m x 2.95m)
Range of traditional country-style fitted units comprising 4 corner cupboards, 5 base cupboards, 3 drawer cupboards, 2 larder cupboards. Worktops incorporating sink. Slate tiled floor. Power points. Double panelled radiator. Door to:
Rear Entrance Hall/Utility
21'11 x 6'10 (6.68m x 2.08m)
UPVC double glazed door to outside rear. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Walk-in airing cupboard housing factory-lagged copper hot water cylinder. Oil-fired boiler which heats hot water and central heating. Electric consumer unit.
Walk in cloak and airing room. Housing large factory lagged hot water cylinder with heat exchange from boiler and fire. Electric immersion heater fitted. Freestanding oil fired boiler. Electric consumer unit.
Approached by easy rise staircase to:
Panelled radiator. Doors to:
Panelled bath. Shower cubicle with 'Triton' electric shower unit above. Vanity wash hand basin. Low flush WC.
12'3 x 10'6 (3.73m x 3.20m)
Window to front. Glazed doorway with external stairs to outside. Power points. Double panelled radiator.
Other Front Bedroom
11' x 9'6 (3.35m x 2.90m)
Window to front. 2 built-in wardrobes with fitted shelves. Power points.
Other Front Bedroom
14'7 x 9'2 (4.45m x 2.79m)
Window to front. Double panelled radiator. Power points.
14'3 x 9'6 (4.34m x 2.90m)
Box Bay window to side. Double panelled radiator. Power points. Door to:
Large shower cubicle. Low flush WC. Vanity wash hand basin. Extractor fan. Chromium towel radiator. Door to:
Connecting Bedroom 5
14'6 x 6' (4.42m x 1.83m)
Currently a dressing room with window to front. Door to landing. Panelled radiator. Power points.
Parking area for 4 vehicles. Walled garden area mainly laid to lawn with ornamental trees and shrubs. Large woodland area with chicken run built of chicken wire. Land extends to some 10 acres or thereabouts made up of 8 acres of clean grazing pasture with a tree shelter. Within the field lies The houndsman cottage built of traditional stone and slate with adjoining corrugated iron lean-to and attached pig sty.
Connecting Store Room
15'6 x 12'7 (4.72m x 3.84m)
11'7 x 9' (3.53m x 2.74m)
Built of solid stone and slate. Connecting door to:
Other Store Room
11'7 x 9' (3.53m x 2.74m)
Attached Open-Fronted Dog Kennel
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating system together with a solid fuel stove fire. Council Tax Band "C"
This is an excellent opportunity of acquiring an attractive property with useful range of outbuildings and a productive garden area together with acreage of land, being suitable for the hobby farmer or equestrian-type person. Situated close to the coast at Llanrhystud, there are some beautiful walks along the pebble beach and of course the Cwm Mabws Valley being a wooded dingle with some of the prettiest countryside in the vicinity. For further details apply to Lloyd Herbert & Jones who will be pleased to arrange your viewing.
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