Penparc

£200,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A spacious three-bedroom detached family house, situated on the edge of the desirable rural village of Penparc. Located on the main bus route and just a short drive away from the popular market town of Cardigan and close to the beautiful Ceredigion coastline this property benefits from stunning far reaching country views. This would be an ideal family home offering plenty of space throughout which must be viewed.

Internally, the property comprises of a porch/conservatory to the front leading into a spacious lounge/dining room which benefits from a gorgeous brick fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove inset. The recently renovated kitchen has plenty of worktop space, a breakfast bar and built in appliances. A handy and spacious utility room to the rear has access to the patio and rear garden. There is also a convenient downstairs w/c within the utility room.

On the first floor there are three bedrooms, a landing area, which has been used by the current owners as a 'cwtch' with a seat for reading, and a family bathroom.

Externally, the property is accessed via a gated drive offering off-road parking, both on the drive and in front. To the rear there is a generous sized lawned garden with patio area to the front, benefiting from plenty of sunlight throughout the day, and an ideal place for outside dining/relaxing. In the garden there is a children's play area, workshop, large greenhouse, detached garage with a separate driveway and ample parking. Both the access to the front and rear of the property is secured by gates and the garden is secured by a recently built substantial fence.

The popular village of Penparc is situated 2.5 miles north of the market town of Cardigan and has two petrol stations, within walking distance to the property, both of which have small convenience stores, a primary school, a park, a community hall and a place of worship.

Nearby Cardigan town is a bustling market town dating back to 1093, situated on the edge of the estuary of the River Teifi. A major trading port and ship building area back in the Middle Ages Cardigan now offers traditional shops and cultural centers for residents and visitors to experience. With much to offer, the town boasts a Castle, a primary and secondary school, a further education college, major super markets and superstores, banks, several public houses, swimming pool, leisure centre, restaurants, coffee shops and many local shops.

There is easy access from the property to many sandy beaches including, Mwnt (3.8 miles), Aberporth (3.5 miles) and Tresaith (4.8 miles). The property also gives access to the beautiful Ceredigion Coastal Path and Cardigan Bay for various outdoor adventure activities, such as canoeing, surfing and fishing.

Conservatory

2.06 x 3.65 (6'9 x 11'11 )

Lounge/Diner

7.29 x 4.1 (max) (23'11 x 13'5 (max))

Kitchen

1.92 x 7.21 (6'3 x 23'7 )

Utility

2.22 x 3.03 (7'3 x 9'11 )

Bathroom

2.96 x 2.05 (9'8 x 6'8 )

Bedroom 3

2.11 x 3.91 (6'11 x 12'9 )

Bedroom 2

2.58 x 4.10 (8'5 x 13'5 )

Bedroom 1

3.10 x 4.02 (10'2 x 13'2 )

GENERAL INFORMATION

VIEWING: By appointment only.

TENURE: We are advised freehold

SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.

TAX: Band Ceredigion E

PLEASE NOTE we are advised this property is served by private drainage

AGENTS VIEWING NOTES...

We would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externally.

Any floorplans provided are included as a service to our customers and are intended as a GUIDE TO LAYOUT only. Dimensions are approximate. NOT TO SCALE.

TR/RJO/01/20/TROK15.01.2020

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