Land for sale in Llangeitho, Tregaron SY25
Land for sale in Llangeitho, Tregaron SY25, Price: £440,000. Freehold, Llangeitho., Private and peaceful character smallholding
Estate Agent Details:
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Estate Agent Name:
Morgan & Davies
Estate Agent Phone Number:
Estate Agent Address:
12 Harford Square, Lampeter
Llangeitho, Tregaron SY25
Estate Agent Description
*** No onward chain *** Private and peaceful character smallholding *** Period 4 bedroomed farmhouse with solid fuel central heating and double glazing *** Suiting Equestrian interests with bridleway
*** Traditional Grade II Listed stone and slate barn range with stables and workshop *** Nicely tucked away up its own private track *** Extending to around 16 acres or thereabouts *** Split into six paddocks surrounding the homestead and with good access *** Mature formal gardens in need of attention *** Highly desirable property in an idyllic rural position
*** Fantastic potential for conversion (subject to consent) *** Suiting those seeking the quiet life and escape to the beautiful West Wales countryside *** Character and charm *** Positioned on the outskirts of the popular Village of Llangeitho – Set in the renowned Aeron Valley *** An appealing opportunity not to be missed *** Contact the Sole Selling Agents today
From Lampeter take the A485 North from Llangybi to Llanio. Turn left on the B4578 at Llanio. Continue to Stags Head. At Stags Head crossroads turn left again at the Garage and continue into the Village of Llangeitho. On entering the roundabout take the second turning on the road to Talsarn (which is the B4342). Continue on this road for approximately 1.5 miles and then take the right hand turning. If you have come to a small bridge you have gone too far. Continue on this right hand turn for a further one mile and the entrance to Penlan Fach will be located on your right hand side next to Talywaun, as identified by the Agents ‘For Sale’ board.
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We are informed by the current Vendors that the property benefits from private water and mains water (to be confirmed), mains electricity, private drainage, solid fuel fired central heating via a Rayburn Range, UPVC double glazing, telephone subject to B.T. Transfer regulations, Broadband available.
The smallholding enjoys a private and rural position set up its own private track on the outskirts of the Village of Llangeitho. Llangeitho is a very popular and rural Village set in the Aeron Valley in Mid Ceredigion, 8 miles from the University Town of Lampeter, 9 miles from the Georgian Coastal and Harbour Town of Aberaeron, 16 miles South from the University Town Administrative Centre and Coastal Resort Aberystwyth, and 4 miles from the Market Town of Tregaron.
The Village itself offers a good amenities with a Convenience Store, Café, Public House, Junior School and Places of Worship.
Penlan Fach is a most charming and idyllic country smallholding enjoying a private position up its own track. The property in total extends to around 16 acres or thereabouts with a period 4 bedroomed farmhouse, in need of general modernisation, and a traditional stone and slate range with stables and workshops. The land, as well as the property, is in need of attention but does offer great potential and versatility.
The property enjoys a stunning rural position set amongst the beautiful Aeron Valley. A property of this caliber and location does not come to the market often. If you are looking for privacy and tranquility then this is the property for you. Currently offering the following.
With traditional stable entrance door, Red quarry tiled flooring.
With low level flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, plumbing and space for automatic washing machine, Red quarry tiled flooring.
20′ 2″ x 12′ 0″ (6.15m x 3.66m). With a country style fitted kitchen with wall and floor units with hardwood work surfaces over, stainless steel 1 ½ sink and drainer unit, eye level electric double oven and fitted microwave, solid fuel Royal Rayburn running the heating and cooking, Red quarry tiled flooring.
Kitchen (second image)
With a solid front entrance door with fan light over, open staircase leading to the first floor accommodation.
Large understairs storage cupboard
With exposed stone walls.
25’ x 14’9”. A good sized Family room with a traditional open fireplace with a cast iron multi fuel stove and original bread oven, T.V. Point, radiator.
Living room (second image)
Fireplace in living room
large galleried landing/office area
15’4” x 13’7”. With radiator.
10’3″ x 8’7″. With radiator.
16’8″ x 7’8″. With radiator.
11’9” x 21’4”. With radiator, double aspect windows.
Having a modern 4 piece suite with a corner shower cubicle, panelled bath, low level flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, radiator.
Walk-in airing cupboard
With a hot water cylinder and ample shelving area.
Stone and slate barn range
60′ x 18′. Grade II Listed and of traditional stone and slate construction. Currently consisting of
barn (second image)
barn (third image)
Two loose boxes/workshops
Measuring 12′ x 12′.
The barn is Grade II Listed but does indeed offer great conversion potential (subject to the necessary consents being granted by Ceredigion County Council).
The land extends to around 16 acres or thereabouts and is split into six good sized paddocks being fenced but does require general maintenance and attention. The land also enjoys pockets of young and mature woodland and hedge lines and general Animal shelter. We are informed water connection is available to a number of paddocks.
The land (second image)
the land (third image)
the land (fourth image)
To the rear and front of the property lies mature garden areas in need of attention but again offering great potential.
View over garden
The property enjoys a private track extending to around 0.5 of a mile. The track does require maintenance and some parts are currently narrow and does restrict some vehicular access.
The track leads down into the farmyard with easy access onto the farmhouse, the adjacent stone range and also onto all paddocks.
Please note: The track is narrow in places and care and attention is needed.
public footpath and bridleway
We are advised that the track leading to the property is a bridleway and there also lies a public footpath running alongside the boundary of the front garden adjoining the neighbouring land.
Delightful rural position. A country smallholding with a lot to offer.
Tenure and possession
We are informed the property is of Freehold Tenure and will be vacant on completion. No onward chain.
The property is listed under the Local Authority of Ceredigion County Council. Council Tax Band for the property – ‘F’.