Garth, Garth, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 3EP
10 Chalybeate Street
Tel: 01970 624328
About the Property
Situated in a village location. A freehold Semi-Detached much improved and extended 4 Bedroom House with spacious Lounge/Dining Room open-Plan with spiral staircase to first floor. Kitchen/Breakfast Room and ground floor studio bedroom with its own Kitchen and Bathroom facilities. Deep garden
The property is conveniently situated in the pleasant residential locality in the popular village of Penrhyncoch, which is fast developing into one of the most favoured villages near Aberystwyth. There is a post office, general stores, petrol filling station with shop, primary school, Church, Chapel and Social Club. The IBERS at Plas Gogerddan is within easy reach. There are bus services to and from Aberystwyth where there are excellent social, educational and shopping facilities with public transport to all parts. The property lies in the area known as 'Garth' and the property can be found by turning second left after the village hall.
The original cottage is built of traditional stone and earth walls with a modern day extensions have been provided. The main walls support a pitched roof laid with artificial slates.
All rooms are of good equal size and provide of the following accommodation:
Central front entrance door leading to:
Open-Plan Lounge/Dining Room
21' x 19' (6.40m x 5.79m)
Two windows to front. Spiral staircase to first floor. Double panelled radiator. Feature LPG-fired coal-effect gas fire. Electric meters and consumer unit. Glazed panelled door leading to:
20' x 12' (6.10m x 3.66m)
Range of fitted base and eye level units. Worktops. Sink. Windows to rear with aspect of deep rear garden.
Approached by spiral staircase to:
20'6 x 11'4 (6.25m x 3.45m)
Dormer window to front and rear. Double panelled radiator.
15' x 10'8 (4.57m x 3.25m)
Window to front. Panelled radiator.
Other Front Bedroom
19'3 x 8'2 (5.87m x 2.49m)
Window to front. Double panelled radiator.
11' x 8'3 (3.35m x 2.51m)
Window to rear. Panelled radiator.
Panelled bath. Pedestal wash hand basin. Bidet. Low flush WC.
Deep garden to rear, mainly laid to lawn. Pedestrian access to side with door leading to:
Previously a garage, and now converted to provide an open-plan living space with kitchenette and shower facilities. Ideal as a workshop studio, or, alternatively, as an additional living accommodation.
Mains electric, water and drainage. Oil-fired central heating system. Council Tax Band D.
This is an excellent opportunity of acquiring a substantial size family house in the popular village of Penrhyncoch. There are some excellent size rooms and character features typical of the original cottage, but yet provides all the modern conveniences required for today's lifestyle. For further details apply to Lloyd Herbert & Jones who will be pleased to arrange a viewing.
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