Lon Ty Llwyd, Llanfarian
Are you looking for plenty of garden space and a grand home to make truly special? If so, this would be the ideal property for you. With three bedrooms, four reception rooms and only 5-10 minutes to Aberystwyth town, Delfryn is set above the village of Llanfarian. Imagine yourself sitting back and relaxing in the conservatory, or taking a stroll up the garden to look at the countryside views, Delfyn has something for everyone.
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DELFRYN Situated in the rural Llanfarian village, Delfryn has the best of both worlds being surrounded by unparalleled country views, whilst still remaining close to the cultural centre of Aberystwyth town (a mere 8 minute drive away). Abundant in space, with all of the 3 bedrooms being doubles, this great family home maintains many beautiful original features waiting to be reinvented into chic vintage focal points by the right buyer. Ultimately though, we think it’ll be the garden which will make you fall in love with this home, hugely spacious with lawn, planting, and wild woodland spaces, the owner’s children found this an amazing space to grow up, safe, secure, but rich with opportunity for adventure. Property such as this is rare to the market, as we recommend booking your viewing today to save disappointment! Unless expressly stated all rooms have a range of power points, double glazed windows and radiators that run on oil central heating.
PROPERTY COMPRISES The property’s grounds are guarded by landscaped mature hedges and an ornate wrought iron gate. The property itself can be entered through the front either via a wood double glazed casement door, or via the conservatory through the stain glass flanked casement door into the entrance hallway.
ENTRANCE CONSERVATORY 6′ 11" x 20′ 6" (2.11m x 6.27m) With large windows overlooking the front, the conservatory is a pleasant space with fully tiled flooring.
HALLWAY 6′ 2" x 10′ 7" (1.89m x 3.23m) The hallway has communicating doors to the downstairs rooms and a staircase, which rise and turn to the first floor.
CLOAKROOM The cloak room is of a good size and perfect for storage.
RECEPTION ROOM 17′ 0" x 10′ 1" (5.20m x 3.09m) Carpeted and neutrally painted, this room boasts huge potential as a relaxing family lounge where everyone can gather at the end of a long day. From this room large sliding glass doors open onto the garden, making this room ideal for Summer barbeques, and also helping fill this room with natural light along with the bay window to the front. Endowed not only with high ceilings and the original coving, this room also enjoys much sought-after period design features such as a ceiling rose, and a solid marble heath and fireplace. Currently the fire is an LPG fire, but there may be the possibility of restoring this chimney and the others to be wood burning.
SECOND RECEPTION ROOM 8′ 11" x 14′ 11" (2.74m x 4.57m) Another sizeable reception room, this room could perhaps be converted into the perfect games or cinema room to entertain all the family. Again, this room exhibits the same prized original features as the other reception room, including a marble fireplace, high ceilings, and a ceiling rose. From this room a large bay window overlooks the drive and ornamental hedges to the front of the property, helping to flood this room with natural light.
DINING ROOM 10′ 3" x 6′ 3" (3.14m x 1.91m) Well-proportioned, the dining room can easily accommodate at 6-person dining table or larger, making it ideal for celebrating high holidays, or family get-togethers. From this room there is a large window framing views of the expansive rear garden, and the floor has been carpeted. From this room there is access to a large under-stairs storage area.
KITCHEN 9′ 1" x 9′ 9" (2.78m x 2.98m) Generous in size, the kitchen has the potential to be a paradise for any home cook. Fitted with a range of base and eye-level units, complete mottled grey granite effect roll top work surfaces, the kitchen has space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, as well as an electric standing 4 burner hob with oven and grill below. From this room a three panel double glazed glass window overlooks views of the garden, and there is a communicating glass casement door to an internal hallway, which has access to the garage, front of the house, pantry, and WC.
WC 5′ 3" x 2′ 8" (1.62m x 0.83m) This room is fitted with a white suite comprising a WC and hand wash basin.
PANTRY 2′ 8" x 9′ 8" (0.83m x 2.96m) A deep space, the pantry is the perfect spot for storing grains, cans, and whatever else you desire.
GARAGE 9′ 1" x 15′ 8" (2.77m x 4.79m) Brick-walled with its own electric roller door, the garage has some shelf storage and provides parking enough for one car.
MASTER BEDROOM 14′ 2" x 9′ 0" (4.33m x 2.75m) Truly a master bedroom, there is plenty of space to upgrade to a king-size bed if desired, as you’d still have plenty of additional space for storage furniture. Neutrally painted and carpeted, this room benefits from panoramic views to the front of the house through a wide double length window, as well as rural views through the triple panel window to the rear. This dual aspect of course has the wonderful effect of flooding the room with natural light.
BEDROOM TWO 10′ 2" x 15′ 1" (3.12m x 4.62m) Another sizeable double bedroom, this room has been carpeted and neutrally painted. A window overlooking the front of the property from this room lets in natural light and scenic views.
BEDROOM THREE 10′ 2" x 6′ 2" (3.12m x 1.90m) The smallest of the three bedrooms, this room currently has a single bed in in, but could be a double bedroom. As with the other rooms, this bedroom is neutrally painted and carpeted.
WC 2′ 6" x 6′ 11" (0.78m x 2.12m) A separate WC from the main family bathroom, the WC matches the suite in the family bathroom, and the room benefits from a frosted glass window letting in natural light.
BATHROOM 5′ 10" x 9′ 10" (1.80m x 3.00m) The bathroom is fitted with a salmon suite comprising a cast iron panel bath with shower over and a mixer tap, and a pedestal wash hand basin. Inviting natural light into this space there is a double panel frosted glass window, and an airing cupboard provides plenty of storage space for towels.
ATTIC Fully Boarded, the attic is large enough to possibly extend into and build further bedrooms, or perhaps a studio space.
OUTSIDE REAR OF PROPERTY Delfryn’s garden is an expansive garden that has it all. Complete with multiple mature fruit trees, there is an abundance both of manicured lawn and forestry. Providing both storage and the chance to pick up gardening, the grounds also come equipped with both a potting shed and greenhouse, which have been used to tender the vegetable beds and plants this open space is home to.
SUMMER HOUSE Boasting electricity, which runs off the main house, the summer house is both an opportunity to create a wonderful entertaining space, but also a possible den for the kids.
OUTSIDE SIDE OF PROPERTY At the side of the house there is a patio area, perfect for lawn chairs and sunbathing. From the side the rear of the property can also be reached through a gate.
OUTSIDE OF PROPERTY Bordered by low-standing walls, landscaped hedges and guarded by ornamental gates, the front of the property benefits from a Tarmacadam large enough to house one vehicle.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS 2019 – Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask you for your cooperation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.
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