Cribyn

£680,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A stunning barn conversion and annexe with a wealth of character and charm which lends itself to be used as two separate, independent living units or one large home. Located on the outskirts of rural village Cribyn and approximately 5 miles to Lampeter Town the property is accessed down a private drive and via a gated entrance.

Sitting in around 11 acres of grounds with a variety of outbuildings, this property would make a fantastic family home and provides possibilities for buyers either looking for a home with income potential or for multi-generational occupancy.

Cribyn is a rural village in Ceredigion and is located on the B4343 Tregaron Road, about 7 miles north of Lampeter. The University town of Lampeter offers many conveniences such as supermarkets, local shops and boutiques, cafes, restaurants, primary and secondary schools, public houses, a castle and one of the oldest universities in Britain.

We Say...

This is an absolutely fabulous barn conversion and annexe, recently renovated to a very high standard, which has a wealth of character and charm and maintains many beautiful features, such as the exposed stonework and vaulted A -framed beams. Situated within the rural village of Cribyn and approximately 5 miles to Lampeter Town, the property is accessed off a private drive, offering ample off-road parking and turning space. Sitting in approximately 11 acres of grounds the land is split into 3 level paddocks, and has a range of outbuildings.

This is a truly beautiful property and lends itself to be used as two separate, independent living units or one large home.

Ideal for buyers either looking to run a holiday let business or looking for a fantastic family home with income potential or multi-generational occupancy.

Come On In...

...and step into the beautifully presented entrance hall of the MAIN HOUSE with exposed beams and doors leading into the kitchen/breakfast room and lounge with inglenook and multi-fuel fireplace inset and exposed A-framed beams. The fitted kitchen/dining room to the right benefits from an island bar, exposed stone inglenook with oil fired AGA inset, impressive vaulted A-framed beams and stairs leading to a mezzanine seating area with double doors leading out to a Juliette balcony, this is character and style that continues throughout. Doors from the kitchen lead to the utility room housing the oil fired boiler and door to the rear yard, and to the sitting room. The cosy sitting room with A-framed beams is an ideal place to sit and relax and has an opening leading to the hallway and to the bedrooms and shower room. There are three bedrooms in the main house, all of which benefits from fabulous exposed A-framed beams and one of the bedrooms being the spacious master bedroom with separate en-suite bathroom.

From the lounge of the main house, there is a door on the left which leads into the ANNEXE and into the fitted kitchen/dining room, shower room and stairs to the mezzanine bedroom. The bedroom benefits from further A-framed beams and velux windows. Double doors from the kitchen lead into the conservatory which is an ideal place to sit and enjoy the beautiful countryside views and has a door to the front of the property, providing separate access to the annexe.

Step Outside...

Sitting in approximately 11 acres of grounds, the property is approached from a private drive and accessed via a gated gravelled entrance with a sweeping driveway, offering ample off-road parking and turning space.

To the front of the property, there is a lawned garden and paved seating area, offering a perfect place to sit and enjoy the spectacular countryside views. To the side of the annexe, there is a further lawned area and gated access to a rear yard and to a useful brick outbuilding with light and power and store to the side with light supply. To the left of the property, there is a lean-to and substantial garage (10.89m x 11.30m maximum). To the side of the garage, a gate leads to a small woodland area and to one of the paddocks.

The land is split into 3 paddocks, two of which are located either side of the drive before you enter the property and the third is to the front of the property. The land is gently sloping and the paddocks are boarded by hedges and mature trees providing natural shelter.

MAIN HOUSE

Entrance Hallway

3.95m x 2.40m (12'11 x 7'10 )

Lounge

4.67m x 6.84m (15'3 x 22'5 )

Kitchen/Dining Room

5.83m x 9.23m (maximum) (19'1 x 30'3 (maximum))

Mezzanine Seating Area

5.84m x 2.76m (19'1 x 9'0 )

Utility Room

2.87m x 2.28m (9'4 x 7'5 )

Sitting Room

2.65m x 4.63m (8'8 x 15'2 )

Hallway

8.99m x 1.14m (29'5 x 3'8 )

Bedroom 1

3.35m x 3.04m (10'11 x 9'11 )

Shower Room

3.33m x 2.23m (10'11 x 7'3 )

Bedroom 2

3.33m x 3.13m (10'11 x 10'3 )

Master Bedroom

4.82m x 4.66m (15'9 x 15'3 )

En-Suite

3.39m x 2.69m (11'1 x 8'9 )

ANNEXE

Kitchen/Dining Room

5.51m x 4.81m (maximum) (18'0 x 15'9 (maximum))

Shower Room

2.52m x 1.96m (8'3 x 6'5 )

Mezzanine Bedroom

5.48m x 4.70m (17'11 x 15'5 )

Conservatory

3.90m x 4.00m (12'9 x 13'1 )

OUTBUILDINGS

Garage

10.89m x 11.30m (35'8 x 37'0 )

Log Store Lean-To

14.32m x 3.92m (46'11 x 12'10 )

Brick Outbuilding

2.65m x 3.45m (8'8 x 11'3 )

Store

2.66m x 1.59m (8'8 x 5'2 )

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 D Ceredigion

We are advised by the vendor that the property benefits from private drainage and mains water.

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/FHR/12/19/OK/FHR/12/19

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