We are pleased to offer for sale a truly unique 3 bedroomed former Vestry set within a fabulous chapel conversion. The building originally dates back to the 19th century and is set within approx an acre and a half of landscaped gardens and is situated on an elevated position overlooking the picturesque Ystwyth Valley. The area boasts a wealth of historical sites including Strata Florida Abbey, The Hafod Estate, the beautiful waterfalls of Devil's Bridge and is within approx 15 minutes drive of Tregaron and it's Cors Caron bird sanctuary. There is an abundance of nature trails as well as cycling paths, making this an ideal location for nature lovers and conservationists. The university and coastal town of Aberystwyth is within a 14 mile drive and offers all the facilities that you would expect of a market town as well as being home to the National Library of Wales. The Vestry has been sympathetically converted to a two storey house and retains many original features, providing for open plan living accommodation with three bedrooms and a shower room. The Vestry is situated within approximately 1.4 acres of communal grounds with scenic views over the village and Ystwyth Valley.
Hall 5'11 x 2'8 (1.80m x 0.81m)
Open Plan Living/Kitchen 20' x 17'11 (6.10m x 5.46m)
Range of base and eye level units, porcelain sink and drainer, window to front, door to front, window to side, wood burning stove on slate hearth with exposed stone wall.
Stairs to first floor, doors to:
Bedroom 1 12'6 x 9'11max/8'min (3.81m x 3.02m)
Windows to rear, window to side, carpeted floor.
Bedroom 2 10'11 x 6'7 (3.33m x 2.01m)
Part glazed timber effect UPVC door to rear. Carpeted floor.
Corner shower unit, high level flush W.C., hand basin, tiling to walls, carpeted floor.
Bedroom 3 16'9 x 9'3 (5.11m x 2.82m)
Window to rear, exposed beam, Exposed stone wall, carpeted floor.
The property is approached over tarmac drive with parking area, landscaped lawned gardens are located around the property with path allowing pedestrian access to roadside entrance. The garden at the rear is bordered by sloping woodland and outcrop of mountain rock, the majority of which are enclosed by traditional slate walls. Vestry roof replaced 2012
We are advised that the property is leasehold. Lease commenced on 1st July 2000 for 999 years. The freehold is owned by Pontrhydygroes Cyf who manage the properties within the Chapel and Vestry. Each property owner has equal shares in the Company. We are advised that the service/maintenance charge of approx £80 per month is paid into the central Chapel account.
We are advised that mains electricity. Water are connected, private drainage supply, oil fired central heating.