Tregaron, Ceredigion, SY25

Under Offer 3 Bed Small Holding 2-50 Acres 

Tregaron, Ceredigion, SY25 Offers In The Region Of £495,000

Property Features

Tregaron, Ceredigion, SY25 6JR
Reception Rooms: 2
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1

Contact Agent

10 Chalybeate Street
SY23 1HS
Tel: 01970 624328

About the Property

Beautifully situated in secluded surroundings, located in the foothills of the Cambrian mountains, overlooking the Teifi valley and the Cors Caron Nature reserve, within walking distance of the market town of Tregaron offering a good range of local amenities. A fine example of a traditional detached 3 bedroom farmhouse of solid stone elevations under a slated roof with a wealth of character features sympathetically extended and improved with a range of traditional stone and slate outbuildings, one converted to provide a workshop and studio with a further loft bedroom space. It is set in mature sheltered sweeping grounds with lawned areas, a vegetable allotment and flower beds of about 1 acre and further land extended to some 3 acres, or thereabouts, with a stream boundary surrounded by hedgerows and woodland encouraging extensive flora and fauna.

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    The property is conveniently situated along a hardcore access track which extends for some 500 meters and lies some 1 mile distance of the market town of Tregaron along the Llandewi Brefi road. Tregaron is enjoying an increase in popularity as a residential area and a base for a number of exhilarating mountain walks. This is a favoured angling locality as there is excellent fishing in the Teifi with its tributaries and nearby mountain lakes. The locality is healthy and completely unspoilt with the surrounding countryside being noted for its natural beauty. The Cardigan Bay Coast is within easy reach as well as excellent shopping centres at Aberystwyth being 17 miles distance north and the University town of Lampeter some 10 miles distance south.


    The original farmhouse is built of solid stone walls which support a pitched roof laid with natural slates. The present owners have extended the property to include a feature Oak and hardwood framed garden room with a raised gallery access to en-suite facilities on the first floor. This is an excellent contemporary design that blends well with the traditional feel of the original farmhouse.


    The accommodation has been meticulously refurbished to provide modern conveniences yet retaining the traditional country-style of the original farmhouse. Many elements of this original property still remain which help to retain this atmosphere. The accommodation comprises as follows:


    Timber panelled front entrance door with a central glazed unit leading to:


    Original wood panelling. Slate floor. Electric consumer unit. Panelled radiator. Stairs to first floor. Doors to:


    15'11 x 15'8 (4.85m x 4.78m)
    Window to front, side and rear. 'Jotul' multi-fuel stove fire. Two double panelled radiators. Exposed beam ceiling. Reclaimed hemlock floor boards. Under stairs storage cupboard with lights.

    Kitchen/Breakfast Room

    15'9 x 10' (4.80m x 3.05m)
    Range of Ikea-style base units with Oak fronts. Oak worktops incorporating single drainer sink with rinse bowl. Inglenook tiled fireplace. Panelled radiator. Extractor fan.

    Garden Room/Conservatory (with Dining and Office Area)

    21'8 x 12'2 (6.60m x 3.71m)
    Built of Oak and hardwood frame with double glazed low level to ceiling windows. Vaulted ceiling with double glazed panels. Conservation roof light. 'Jotul' stove fire. Glazed door to outside. Double panelled radiator. Solid Oak floor.

    Utility/Boot Room

    10'9 x 6'9 (3.28m x 2.06m)
    Red and black tiled floor. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Single drainer stainless steel sink with rinse bowl. Two larder cupboards. Panelled radiator. Cloaks and seat. Area for freezers. Door to outside rear.

    Shower Room

    Level access shower cubicle. Low flush WC. Wash hand basin. Extractor fan.


    Approached by easy rise staircase with original pine panelling to:


    Spacious with window to rear. Conversation roof light. Airing cupboard housing copper hot water cylinder with electric immersion heater. Wooden balustrade. Display platform to side.

    Main Bedroom

    16'3 x 10'6 (4.95m x 3.20m)
    Window to front. Access hatch to attic storage space. Panelled radiator.

    Gallery Landing

    With views through roof light aperture. Wrought iron spindles with aspect of conservatory. Wardrobes/storage.


    Walk-in shower with 'Mira' shower unit. Double panelled radiator. Towel radiator. Low flush WC. Pedestal wash hand basin.

    Front Bedroom

    10'3 x 6'10 (3.12m x 2.08m)
    Window to front. Panelled radiator.


    10'6 x 10' (3.20m x 3.05m)
    Conservation roof light and window to front. Panelled radiator. High level storage. Access to bathroom via 'Jack and Jill' door.

    Family Bathroom

    Conservation roof light. Victorian re-enamel roll top and claw leg bath, traditional-style, with shower unit. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low flush WC. Panelled radiator.


    A gravelled pathway surrounds the property for ease of access. The rear garden is enclosed by established scotch pine trees providing shelter and shade. Cultivated garden area with numerous soft fruit bushes. Oil-fired boiler which heats hot water and central heating. PVC oil storage tank. Traditional outbuildings to include:

    Detached Barn

    65' x 16'9 (19.81m x 5.11m)
    Power and lights. Double doors and vehicular double door to courtyard.

    Detached Studio/Workshop

    Workshop Area

    17'6 x 16' (5.33m x 4.88m)
    With power, water and heating. Part mezzanine storage floor. 'Belfast' sink. Doors leading to:

    Studio Area

    16'3 x 16' (4.95m x 4.88m)
    Large glazed window with aspect of the land. Mezzanine bedroom area. Small kitchenette. Patio doors to outside rear.

    Toilet/Wet Room

    Low flush WC. Wash hand basin. 'Triton' electric shower unit.


    The property stands within 3 acres of land with a field that lies to the front which is gradually sloping with a south-west aspect and is part planted with 24 fruit trees to include apple, pear and plum and provides grazing at low stock numbers to maintain good healthy habitat.

    Over several years the land has been managed and improved creating a unique habitat to encourage a multitude of flora and fauna. The site is registered with the Barn Owl Trust, the Hare Society and is also on the National Moth database. The Oak woodland is ablase with native bluebells in the spring.


    Mains electric and water. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating system. Telephone subject to BT terms and conditions. Council Tax Band F


    This is an excellent opportunity for prospective purchasers to have a complete life changing experience to enjoy their own private haven in one of the prettiest parts of north Ceredigion in which to reside. The property can be immediately enjoyed by families or couples of all age groups. Depending on one's person, the outbuildings subject to the usual planning permission would make very lucrative holiday lets should one decide. Alternatively, maintained as a studio for one's own individual pleasure. The property would appeal to the country lover and the creative-type person seeking peace and tranquility from today's modern busy towns and cities.

    Viewing Information

    For further details apply to Lloyd Herbert & Jones who will be pleased to arrange your viewing Tel: 01970 612 559 Email: sales@lhj-property.co.uk

    Important Information

    Whilst we endeavour to make our sales details accurate and reliable they should not be relied on as statements or representations of fact and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. The seller does not make or give nor do we or our employees have the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in relation to the property. Please contact the office before viewing the property. If there is any point which is of particular importance to you we will be pleased to check the information for you and to confirm that the property remains available. This is particularly important if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. We would strongly recommend that all the information which we provide about the property is verified by yourself on inspection and also by your conveyancer, especially where statements have been made by us to the effect that the information provided has not been verified. LLOYD HERBERT & JONES HAVE NOT TESTED ANY ELECTRICAL WIRING, PLUMBING, DRAINAGE OR OTHER APPLIANCES. THE MENTION OF ANY APPLIANCES AND OR SERVICES WITHIN THESE SALES PARTICULARS DOES NOT IMPLY THAT THEY ARE IN FULL AND EFFICIENT WORKING ORDER.

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