Cross Inn, Llanon

£650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
This SMALLHOLDING with around 7 ACRES of land is a slice of heaven set amongst the beautiful Ceredigion countryside and yet it is just a 15 minute drive to the coast at Aberaeron.

There is a two bedroom traditional detached stone property, plus a two-bed detached stone annexe which is used as a very successful holiday let which currently is almost fully booked to September this year. There is also a very large stone barn ( with a completely refurbished roof) ripe for conversion (subject to any consents required ) and a beautiful large feature pond together with very good level pastureland in 3 main paddocks with a pretty river running through. Outside there are numerous poultry units scattered around the estate as well as a bridlepath running along the edge of the property ideal for walking or horseriding.

With no immediate neighbours the setting is idyllic and represents classic country living at its very best. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Accommodation

Entrance via timber glazed door into:

Porch Area

With tiled flooring, door into main house and:

Conservatory

19' 9'' x 14' 0'' (6.02m x 4.27m)

With vaulted ceiling, exposed wooden flooring, double doors out to rear, partly finished cloakroom with low level flush WC and wash hand basin.

Sitting Room / Office

15' 6'' x 10' 0'' (4.72m x 3.05m)

With wood-burning stove, radiator, exposed wooden flooring, exposed stone walling and beams, through to:

Lounge

15' 8'' x 15' 6'' (4.78m x 4.72m)

With window to the front, wood-burning stove, radiator, exposed stone walls and wooden beams, staircase to first floor, door into:

Kitchen

28' 11'' x 6' 1'' (8.82m x 1.85m)

A modern kitchen with "Falcon" cooking range with extractor over, a good range of base units with sink/drainer unit, natural wood work surfaces, space and plumbing for washing machine, integral fridge, radiator, concealed spot-lighting, part-exposed "A" frames, door out to:

Side Porch

13' 5'' x 5' 0'' (4.09m x 1.52m)

With three windows to the front and side, door out to rear.

First Floor

Accessed via the staircase in the lounge and giving access to:

Bedroom 1

10' 6'' x 8' 6'' (3.20m x 2.59m)

With window to the front, radiator, built-in storage.

Master Bedroom

9' 6'' x 14' 2'' (2.90m x 4.33m)

With part-exposed "A" frames, radiator, window to the front, built-in cupboard/wardrobe space, through to unfinished en-suite.

En-Suite

With Velux roof window, low level flush WC, part-finished large shower cubicle, chrome towel radiator, storage cupboards.

Bathroom

With Velux roof window to rear, panelled bath, wash hand basin, low level flush WC, chrome towel radiator.

Former Granary

This is a super detached annexe currently used as a holiday letting Cottage with 2 bedrooms, an open plan lounge / diner / kitchen and a bathroom with its own garden area and guests often use the football goal /pitch area when staying.

Currently, as at June 21 the cottage is almost fully booked through till September 21 so an immediate income is available.

Former Long House

75' 0'' x 20' 0'' (22.84m x 6.09m)

Dating back to the 1700s, this large building has previously been re-roofed and has potential to be converted to further accommodation if required (subject to any necessary planning consents).

Externally

The property is approached via a track and is surrounded by its own grounds with no immediate neighbours and has a large garden area to the front which has spacious well kept lawns, a large greenhouse and fruit cage and numerous poultry cages scattered around the estate.. There is also an orchard area with mature apple trees and a raised bed area..

A lovely feature of this property is that it has a large lake visible from the main House and is an absolute haven for wildlife. There are also 3 paddocks in good order and are flat in nature and a small river runs through the land located well away from the House and Cottage.

Various other outbuildings are located around the holding and there is a very useful bridlepath that runs along the edge of the property ideal for walking or riding directly from the property.

General Information

Viewings: Strictly by appointment via Houses For Sale in Wales or our sister company, The Smallholding Centre.

Services: Mains electricity, private water (well), private drainage.

Council Tax: Band D, Ceredigion County Council

Directions

From Newcastle Emlyn, get to the coast road and proceed to Aberaeron. Proceed through the town and onto Aberarth. Go though Aberarth and as you leave, take the right turn clearly signed for the B4577 Tregaron/Cross Inn road. Stay on this road for approx 6km, proceeding through Pennant and onto Cross Inn. At x-roads turn right in Cross Inn onto the B4337 towards Talsarn. Proceed for approx 1km over a small bridge and you will see a sign for a no through road on your left, you need to take this left turn (before you get to a second hump-back bridge). Stay on this lane for approx 1 mile passing two bungalows, It then turns into a stone track, you will go past a property called Gorsdalfa on your left and Tancastell is the last property on the right accessed via a galvanised entrance gate.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01239 712760

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