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Tel: 01550 777790 Email: [email protected]
Penybanc Farm Office, Llangadog, Carmarthenshire, SA19 9DU
V.A.T. Registration No: 479 7600 00
Ref: 0lle00
Llethr Melyn, Trawsgoed, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 4HU
Country property of c.20 Acres in a lovely scenic setting with 4 Bed Period Residence,
Equestrian Facilities, Barns with scope for conversion STPP, Pastureland, and
extensive local riding, cycling and walking trails. Only 10 miles from Aberystwyth.
Would be ideal for a B&B/riding holiday enterprise perhaps .
Beautifully presented former Farmhouse believed to be of 17th Century origins (with later additions) of stone
construction with white rendered elevations under a slate roof, offering a spacious, well appointed, traditional
country home of charm and character. Ground floor – Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room and Boot
Room, Master Bedroom Suite with Dressing Room/Child’s Bedroom and En Suite Bathroom (easy scope for
self-contained annexe). First Floor: 3 Bedrooms all with En Suites (ideal for B&B provision).
Detached Partially Converted Stone Barn and further outbuildings providing 3 Large Stables with adjoining
Workshops, Stores and Garaging. The buildings have huge potential for conversion to extend the living
accommodation or provide holiday letting STPP. (We are informed that planning consent was previously
granted for conversion to recreational use, although this has since lapsed.)
Manege c.50m x 20m (surface needs attention). Approximately 20 Acres of productive Pastureland.
Very rural location at the fringe of the lovely Ystwyth Valley with superb views and opportunities for riding,
walking, cycling, fishing, and bird-watching. There are numerous local tracks and bridleways through
woodland and open country. This is an ideal base for touring the beautiful attractions of mid Wales and the
main west coast town of Aberystwyth is only 10 miles distant with excellent shopping and leisure amenities,
university, general hospital, main line railway station etc., and nearby beaches along Cardigan Bay.
Offers in the Region of: £525,000
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The residence has oil-fired central heating and predominantly uPVC double glazed windows.
Ground Floor –
10’6” x 4’. A uPVC glass-panelled front door leads into the Entrance Hall, with
exposed ceiling beam and timbers, exposed stained floorboards, staircase to the
first floor, and doors off to the Dining Room and Lounge.
19’ x 8’10”. Exposed ceiling beams, fireplace feature (not usable) with timber
mantel and surround and tiled hearth, window to the front aspect.
19’ x 14’6”. Exposed ceiling beams, ceiling downlights, painted stone chimney
breast and fireplace housing a wood-burning cast-iron stove on a raised slate
hearth with inset beam above, log store and display niches, flagstone flooring,
understairs storage cupboard, window to the front aspect, fully glazed Georgianstyle door off to the Utility Room and short passageway with painted stone walls
and three wooden steps down into the Kitchen.
15’9” x 13’. Accessed from the Lounge, with solid oak flooring, vaulted ceiling with
exposed A-frames, range of antique-oak wall and base units with oak work
surfaces incorporating a five-ring LPG gas hob with concealed extractor hood over,
built-in double eye-level oven, further unit incorporating 1½ bowl stainless steel
sink and built-in concealed dishwasher, integrated fridge, tiled splashbacks, dual
aspect with wood-framed double glazed windows to the front and rear elevations
and also Velux roof lights to the front and rear, door leading to the Ground Floor
Master Bedroom.
14’ x 6’6”. Accessed from the Lounge, with traditional red and black tiled floor,
ceiling downlights, range of dark-oak base units with marble-effect work surface
incorporating a stainless steel sink unit with single drainer, plumbing and space for
a washing machine and tumble dryer, space for a fridge/freezer, wall cupboard
housing the electricity consumer unit, door through to the Boot Room, and halfglazed external door to the rear courtyard and gardens.
8’ x 6’. Painted stone wall, traditional red and black tiled floor, window to the rear.
The following suite of ground floor rooms – the Master Bedroom, Dressing Room/Child’s Bedroom, En Suite
Bathroom, and Lobby with separate Front Door access – offer potential for an Annexe, which could be
completely Self-Contained with the installation of a kitchenette.
uPVC cottage-style front door leading into a lobby with built-in cold store cupboard
and door to the Master Bedroom.
14’3” x 13’. Vaulted ceiling with exposed A-frames and timbers, one painted stone
wall, wood-framed double French doors to the rear courtyard and gardens with
feature window above, door to the Kitchen, door to the Dressing Room/Child’s
Bedroom and from there a door to the En Suite Bathroom.
11’ x 7’4”. Currently used as a dressing room, with vaulted ceiling with exposed
timber, Velux roof light to the rear aspect and window to the rear, two painted stone
walls, and door to the En Suite Bathroom.
9’2” x 5’10”. Vaulted ceiling with partially exposed A-frames and timbers, half tiled
walls, white suite comprising roll top slipper bath with hand shower attachment,
pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled W.C., obscure-glass window to the
front aspect.
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First Floor –
12’9” x 6’2”. The staircase from the Entrance Hall leads up to the first floor landing,
with door off to the Rear Lobby and doors off to Bedrooms 2 and 3 as follows:-
20’ x 10’. Window to the front aspect, door through to the En Suite Bathroom.
8’5” x 4’6”. Cream suite comprising corner bath with hand shower attachment,
pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled W.C., tiled splashbacks, extractor
fan, obscure-glass window to the front aspect.
19’10” x 8’6. Built in wardrobes and storage space, window to the front aspect,
sliding glass door to the En Suite Shower Room.
9’ x 3’6”. White suite comprising large shower enclosure, pedestal wash hand
basin, and close coupled W.C., tiled splashbacks, chromium heated towel rail,
extractor fan.
From the first floor landing a door leads through to the rear lobby, with exposed
ceiling timbers, built-in double wardrobe and doors off to Bedroom 4/En Suite
Bathroom and Separate W.C.
13’10” x 7’2”. Built in shelving, window to the rear aspect.
8’6” x 6’2”. Exposed ceiling beams, coloured suite comprising panelled bath with
shower unit over and glass shower screen, and pedestal wash hand basin, tiled
splashbacks, extractor fan, window to the side aspect.
6’ x 3’2”. Exposed ceiling timbers, close coupled W.C., obscure-glass window to
the rear aspect.
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The informal gardens form a pleasing setting for the residence, having large
grassed areas and a wealth of specimen trees and shrubs with delightful sheltered
places to relax. There is a recently laid gravelled terrace and decking areas to the
front and rear of the master bedroom suite/potential annexe.
The property is approached off a quiet country lane via a five-bar timber gated
entrance into a long shared driveway which culminates at another timber gateway
leading into the property’s gravelled arrival yard where there is plenty of parking
The driveway also gives access to a neighbouring farmer’s fields and outbuilding
that are situated beyond the property’s boundary.
The country lane gives access to the B4340 about a mile away, and to the A485
road, which is approximately 2½ miles distant (Aberystwyth-Tregaron-LampeterCarmarthen road).
Adjoining the extension of the residence is a small store house used to store LPG
gas bottles.
44’ x 16’ overall. Block built with a corrugated G.I. roof with overhang at the front
of the building, currently providing 3 Stables measuring as follows:
Stable 1: 14’1” x 13’7”.
Stable 2: 15’ x 15’.
Stable 3: 14’8” x 13’6”.
The Stables are on a concrete base and all have rubber matting, automatic
drinkers, power and strip lights with external safety switches.
(Store & Workshop)
24’6” x 18’6” overall. Adjoining Outbuilding 1. Believed to be a former dairy, this
building is of rendered block and brick construction with concrete floor, power and
lighting. The building has two sections, currently providing Workshop and Storage
areas, as follows:Store Room:
18’8” x 12’3”. With the original concrete cow ties in situ. Currently used as a Store
Room. Barred window to the rear elevation.
18’5 x 11’. Workshop with workbench to the rear elevation. Double rear window
and window to the front.
Adjoining Outbuilding 2 is an open-fronted, corrugated G.I. clad and roofed lean-to
with a concrete floor, used as Garaging.
32’ x 21’ external measurements. Detached partially converted stone barn with a
new slate roof (set at right-angles to Outbuilding 2 and Lean-to Garaging), two
Velux roof lights to the front and two to the rear, two windows and door to the front
and window at the rear, vaulted ceiling with exposed A-frames and wood flooring.
Currently divided into two rooms which are used for storage.
We are informed hat the Detached Stone Barn and Stables/Workshop/Garaging
buildings previously had the benefit of planning permission for conversion for a
holiday let and associated recreational use. Whilst this has lapsed, the buildings
offer huge potential for holiday accommodation or ancillary accommodation subject
to the necessary planning permission being obtained.
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50m x 20m. Enclosed by post and rail fencing. The manege has not been used for
some time and the surface is in need of some attention.
We are informed that the property totals approximately 20 Acres (to be confirmed),
with the land comprising predominantly gently sloping, productive pasture divided
into various enclosures, bound by natural hedging, stock fencing and some post
and rail fencing. Within the grounds is a wildlife pond with a small central island
accessed by a bespoke wooden bridge.
We understand that extensive horse riding, cycling and walking opportunities are
available locally, with a network of tracks and bridleways through countryside and
The property enjoys a peaceful, secluded location in mid Wales – an area of
rolling hills and forestry rich in beauty and wildlife at the fringes of the woodland
valley of the Ystwyth River. A few miles east is the vast and remote Cambrian
upland region known as Elenydd (the “Green Desert” of Wales), whilst a 10 mile
journey westwards finds the magnificent Cardigan Bay coast. There are numerous
visitor attractions within easy driving distance, including the Hafod Estate and
Pwllpeiran, Devil’s Bridge and the Mynach Falls, the Vale of Rheidol Railway,
Strata Florida Abbey, Cors Caron Nature Reserve near Tregaron, the Elan Valley
lakes, the upper Wye Valley, and Snowdonia National Park.
Local village amenities are available at Llanilar, about 5 miles distant, with a
primary school, pub, village shop and health centre, and at Bronant, also 5 miles or
so away, with a traditional village pub, primary school and general store.
Aberystwyth is about 10 miles distant on the west coast, with excellent shopping
and leisure amenities, general hospital, primary and secondary schools, university,
main line railway station, and visitor attractions.
Tregaron is also about 10 miles away, a small market town and tourist centre in
the Teifi Valley at the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains with a selection of shops,
post office, bank, hotel and cafe, primary and secondary schools, leisure centre
and a Red Kite Centre.
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We understand that the property is connected to mains electricity, has a private
well water supply (the well is on the property’s land), and a private drainage
system. The residence has oil-fired central heating. Telephone with Broadband is
understood to be connected and should be available to purchasers subject to the
usual transfer arrangements.
We are informed that the property is within Council Tax Band F.
(Ceredigion County Council)
Fixtures and fittings that are referred to within these particulars will be included in
the sale unless otherwise stated.
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements
and rights of way declared and undeclared.
Interested parties should note that the access driveway to the property is shared
with a neighbouring farmer (to access his fields and outbuilding that are situated
beyond the property’s boundary).
We are informed that the property is freehold with vacant possession on
completion, by arrangement.
Only by appointment with PROFILE HOMES
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PROFILE HOMES as agents for the vendors of this property give notice that these
particulars have been produced in good faith and are intended only for guidance and
assistance. These particulars do not constitute a contract or any part of a contract. The
vendors have checked and approved these details.
PROFILE HOMES have visited the property but have NOT surveyed or tested any of the
appliances, services or systems in it including heating, plumbing, drainage, etc. Measurements
and room dimensions are not guaranteed to be accurate and are given for guidance only.
Purchasers must rely on their own and/or their Surveyor’s inspections and their Solicitor’s
enquiries to determine the overall condition, size and acreage of the property, and also on
Planning, Rights of Way, and all other matters relating to it.
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