A 5 Bed Detached Victorian house situated in a coastal village. The house dates back to 1881 and is believed to be a sea captains property. The house has undergone a significant and extensive scheme of renovation, which has been sympathetic to its original features and in keeping with its character.
It has UPVC sash windows with decorative fittings to mirror its original styling, oil fired central heating with new energy efficient boiler and pressurised system for hot water on demand. Column radiators are fitted throughout that are a modern reflection of the victorian house. The flooring in the house is either slate, quarry tiles or newly fitted carpet finishing the renovation neatly.
Downstairs to the front is a traditional hallway with mosaic tiled floor and original coving leads into two reception rooms, and kitchen /diner/family room - this leads onto an inner hallway, utility room, shower room and rear hallway (being used as a cloak/boot room) and rear door.
There are 3 cellar rooms which have power and plumbing and currently used for storage and the heating system equipment. The cellar can be accessed internally or externally.
To the upstairs are 5 bedrooms, (one of which is currently set up as a work from home space).The upstairs bathroom is elegant and roomy with luxury fittings of a modern stand alone tub, double bowl sinks, toilet and large walk in shower
The loft is an ideal conversion project with power and plumbing provisions installed ready for a new owner to choose a use for this space.
The property is approached by a splayed entrance and wooden gate, gravel driveway and parking for several vehicles. The front garden is a lawned area (once a tennis court !) and one side is gently sloping steps down towards the paddocks and orchard the other side leads onwards to the back garden. There are 2 further side gates giving access to the lane. The back garden has a smaller lawned area, middle flower beds, shrubs, bushes. raised vegetable beds and greenhouse. Onward from here is a range of outbuildings, one an old stone barn that lends itself to conversion with the appropriate permission, there is also a wood store and hay barn. There is a gate from the lane at the side of the stone barn which runs down to the paddocks and also separate lane side access just a little further along giving direct access straight onto the paddocks.
There are 3 paddocks in total, all laid to pasture with hedge and fencing - and interlinking gates. To the furthest point beyond the house there is a footpath that runs along the hedge (not across the paddock) which is infrequently used. The paddocks and house all benefit from sea and countryside views.
The local area is a beautiful mix of coast and country - Llangrannog is a seaside village and boasts a church, 2 pubs, cafes, takeaway and shop. Cardigan town is apx a 20 minute drive away.