A refurbished Georgian farmhouse, full of character.
During refurbishment all original features have been retained; the ground floor has oak flooring in the living room, parquet flooring (pitch pine and maple) in the dining and kitchen, tiled floors in both the utility and conservatory.
The house has partial double glazing (i e. The doors and conservatory) - although the seller has indicated that they are hoping to make it fully double glazed in the future.
Set in a private and tranquil location on half an acre of land at the end of a dead-end (public) lane, 4 miles from the Mid Wales coast and 6 miles to the local harbour town of Aberaeron. The property is 1.5 miles from the closest village of Cross Inn (near Llanon) and is within easy access of shops and facilities.
The house has access to a private course fishing lake and an option to purchase an additional (approx) 2 acres with a small river (part of the River Arth). There are near-by holiday cottages that don't impose on the privacy of the house.
The house has a private drive and car park, with a private south facing garden; comprising 4 bedrooms (one en-suite), 1 bathroom (extra large bath), living room, dining room, kitchen, larder, utility room (with 3rd toilet), cedar conservatory. In the south facing garden there is a stone built bbq, a large sauna hut and hot tub.
Full central heating and hot water is provided by a newly installed bio-fuels (wood pellets) boiler; in addition heating is also provided by log burners in both the living and dining rooms.If you have any further questions please ask.