Cemmaes is a village approximately 6 miles from the market town of Machynlleth. From Machynlleth ‘Clock Tower’ proceed into Heol Maengwyn (High Street) and continue out along the Newtown Road for approximately 5 miles. As you approach the island in Cemmaes Road bear left for Welshpool. Continue the road into the village. Glandyfi House is located off the main road, opposite the Penrhos Arms and along a private lane. Our ‘For Sale / Ar Werth’ sign is displayed.
Double fronted stone / slate cottage of immense charm and character, extended and renovated to a high standard.. Double glazed and benefitting oil fired central heating, the property sits within a short walking distance to the
village pub, popular with locals and tourists, offering good food and a welcome reception. Of stone / slate
construction, surmounted by a pitch tiled roof, the property is entered through a central, oak panelled, part glazed door leading into~
17' 2'' x 15' 4'' (5.23m x 4.67m)
The cottage offers a warm welcome, displaying character features, with an inglenook fire-place and concealed lighting, bread oven, slate hearth and cast iron wood burner. Beamed ceiling, neutral decor and Welsh oak floor and internal part glazed doors. Three double globe wall lights, power points and T.V. aerial point. Two double radiators and two double glazed windows with deep sills to front elevation. Stairs to first floor and part glazed doors leading into the breakfast kitchen and split level dining room.
Breakfast kitchen (Front)
13' 8'' x 12' 8'' (4.17m x 3.86m) Max.
Farmhouse style kitchen with former inglenook which now houses the LPG gas cooker, base units and drawers. Ceramic tiled floor and exposed ceiling beams complement the quality pine base units, drawers and wall cupboards. A Belfast sink is positioned below the window and storage is available within the deep built-in larder cupboard which houses the automatic washing machine. Power points, double radiator and double glazed window, with deep sill to front elevation. A part glazed door leads to split level dining room / sitting room.
Dining Room / Sitting Room (Rear)
24' 10'' x 10' 5'' (7.57m x 3.18m)
A sociable room with exposed stone/ slate walls displaying three, globe wall lights. Cast iron LPG fire with slate hearth. Radiator, power points and three double glazed picture windows with deep slate sills overlooking the lawn garden, river and superb countryside beyond. A Double glazed door leads out to the rear elevation.
First Floor Landing
19' 3'' x 4' 5'' (5.87m x 1.35m)
The landing extends to the full width of the house with two double glazed windows which overlook the lane. Exposed ceiling beams, two single wall lights and rustic latch doors to bedrooms, bathroom and airing cupboard.
Bedroom 1 (Rear)
11' 2'' x 9' 4'' (3.40m x 2.84m)
Exposed ceiling beams extending into the rafters. Exposed stone/ slate wall and neutral décor. Feature, Victorian cast iron fire-place. Double radiator, power points and double glazed window, with deep sill to rear elevation, with superb views over river and open countryside.
Lagged hot water tank, immersion heater and shelving.
9' 1'' x 6' 5'' (2.77m x 1.96m)
Exposed ceiling beam, partially tiled walls and vinyl floor. White suite comprising close coupled w.c., pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with shower screen and Triton electric shower. Double radiator, access to loft space and double glazed window with deep tiled sill to rear elevation.
Bedroom 2 (Front /Rear)
14' 0'' x 10' 3'' (4.27m x 3.12m)
Exposed stone / slate chimney breast with feature Victorian cast iron fireplace. Exposed ceiling beams, power points and double glazed windows with deep sills to front and rear elevation, with views over the village, river and open countryside .
The property is open to the lane. Slate chippings with flowers decorate the front of the cottage.
Car parking space. Oil tank and boiler housed here.
The garden, of larger than average size, is laid to lawn and well tended. There is scope here for extending the property further, should it be sought. Shrubs and patio seating areas decorate the garden which overlook the river below and countryside beyond, outstanding views. A stone / slate built garden store is housed here and a pathway to side elevation extends to front elevation which is gated.
Council Tax Banding
Mains electric, water and drainage
Severn Trent Water Authority
The Agent has neither tried or tested any appliances, fixtures, fittings or services and therefore cannot verify that they qualify as being fit for their purpose.
MISREPRESENTATION ACT, 1967
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