Land for sale in Cwrtnewydd, Llanybydder, Ceredigion SA40
Land for sale in Cwrtnewydd, Llanybydder, Ceredigion SA40, Price: £600,000. Freehold, 8 Acre Smallholding, 5 Bedroom Character Detached House
Estate Agent Details:
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Estate Agent Name:
The Smallholding Centre
Estate Agent Phone Number:
Estate Agent Address:
10 High Street, Cardigan, Ceredigion
Cwrtnewydd, Llanybydder, Ceredigion SA40
Estate Agent Description
An attractive 5 bedroom working smallholding with bags of character and benefits from around 8 acres of pastureland arranged in several enclosures as well as a good range of useful outbuildings. Situated just 1.5 miles from the village of Cwrt Newydd, this property has the benefit of being just 6 miles from the market town of Lampeter and approx 12 miles to the coast. Accommodation briefly comprises: Kitchen/diner, utility, conservatory, sitting room, hallway and lounge. Two separate staircases lead up to the first floor where there are 5 bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower room. A double gated entrance provides access to the holding together with the 8 acres of pastureland set behind the property and is arranged in several enclosures with part-stream boundary. There is also the option on a further 5 acres across the lane which is ideally suited to wildlife lovers as it is designated sssi and includes two pingos. An up and running smallholding ready for those looking for the country lifestyle!
The versatile lay-out of this property lends itself to the creation of a 2-bed annexe if required. There is also extensive loft space which could be used, subject to any necessary planning consents.
Entrance via UPVC double glazed stable style door in to:
Kitchen / Dining Room (5.71m x 6.08m)
A great entertaining space with a range of wall and base units, a central island with build in cupboards, lpg ‘Belling’ range cooker, under counter freezer, 3 double glazed windows to front, radiator, tiled floor, 2nd staircase to first floor, wood burning stove, doors in to utility, conservatory and sitting room.
Conservatory (3.61m x 3.19m)
With UPVC double glazed windows on all three sides, two Velux windows, exposed stone wall, dwarf wall, door to outside.
Utility Room (1.86m x 2.21m)
With lpg fired wall mounted combi boiler, double glazed window to rear, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, wall mounted cupboards.
Sitting Room (6.11m x 3.92m)
A recently decorated room with one double glazed window to front and two to the rear, part glazed door out to rear garden, feature fireplace, part tiled floor.
With staircase to first floor, door to outside, laminate flooring, radiator.
Lounge (3.28m x 6.08m)
With wood burning stove, one double glazed window to front and another to the rear, two radiators.
First Floor Landing
Accessed via the staircase in the hallway leading to a spacious landing with doors off to all bedrooms and both bathrooms.
Bedroom 1 (2.81m x 3.29m)
With UPVC double glazed window to rear, radiator.
With panelled corner bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush wc, obscured double glazed window to rear, fully tiled walls, radiator.
Bedroom 2 (3.11m x 5.08m)
With two UPVC double glazed windows to front, radiator.
Bedroom 3 (2.13m x 3.41m)
With double glazed window to front, radiator.
Bedroom 4 (4.05m x 2.51m)
With UPVC double glazed dormer window to front, radiator.
Second staircase accessed via the kitchen/diner.
Bedroom 5 (3.15m x 3.63m)
With UPVC double glazed dormer window to front, radiator.
Shower Room (2.1m x 2.39m)
With shower cubical, low level flush W/C, wash hand basin set in vanity unit, velux window.
The property is accessed via a double gated entrance off a country lane. There is a courtyard area providing ample parking space and access to the outbuildings & land. There is a small garden area to the front of the house and to the rear is an enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn with summerhouse.
Large Dutch Barn Outbuilding (11.62m x 5.09m)
With part block walls, concrete base, electric connected, currently used for animal housing and workshop space.
Brick Built Potting Shed (4.44m x 2.29m)
Useful potting shed.
Large Steel Outbuilding (12.18m x 6.7m)
Currently used for log storage.
The land is split in to four fields and is mainly flat pastureland and is well fenced. Some of the fields also have direct road access. There are various ponds which have been designed to ensure that the land is adequately drained, a large productive polytunnel, well-maintained and productive vegetable growing beds, a brick potting shed, an outside loo, greenhouse, large 40ft dutch barn, 38ft steel building and a lovely summerhouse. A section of the land also has a stream on the border.
There are woodland areas which are used by our current vendors to provide effectively “free” energy for the house. They have planted new hedges and over 3000 trees in various areas throughout the holding to provide a sustainable future.
Our vendors have advised that the 8 Alpacas at the property (7 females and 1 neutered male) as well as the 12 geese are available to purchase separately if required.
Optional 5 Acres
Located across the lane from the property, this land has pedestrian access and also a separate vehicular access.
The field is designated as a Special Site of Scientific Interest (sssi). The majority of the land is made up of 2 pingos, part of several pingos in the Nant Cledlyn Valley. They represent some of the best examples of pingo ramparts enclosing peat-filled basins, being formed by the collapse of ice lenses developed during permafrost conditions. Radiocarbon and pollen evidence from excavation of the site are from 10,000 years ago. The pingos have been investigated by two universities and information can be examined.
The main pingo is populated by a large number of mature trees with an ephemeral lake inhabited by wild ducks. The area is a haven for wildlife. On the periphery of the site a considerable number of additional tree species have been planted.
From Lampeter take the A475 towards Newcastle Emlyn for 7.4 miles going through Llanwnnen, Drefach and Cwmsychpant. After leaving Cwmsychpant take the right turning signposted towards Cwrt Newydd. Follow this road for just under half a mile and take the second turning on the left. Follow this road for 1.1 miles and Bedwlwyn can be found on the right hand side, denoted by our For Sale board.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre or our sister company, Houses For Sale in Wales.
Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage (septic tank), lpg fired central heating.
Council Tax: Band E, Ceredigion County Council.