This delightful dwelling once the village primary school, has been tastefully converted to create a unique residence offering many unusual features. Originally built in C1860, its gothic architecture is still very evident with majestic windows towering over the village providing magnificent rural and village views. Converted some twenty years ago. The cathedral style ceilings are still evident and the master bedroom is situated above the main living area on a gallery accentuating its era magnificently. The main living quarters are presently on the first floor with two self-contained apartments on the ground floor. Viewing is highly recommended.
LOCATION & AMENITIES
The Former School, occupying an elevated position on a no-through road, is within the picturesque village of Cenarth. This unique village offers a wealth of natural beauty including the famous falls where salmon can be seen leaping and coracles being used by anglers during each fishing season. The village has many local attractions including the 17th Century flourmill with working waterwheel and the world’s largest collection of coracles is kept at the National Coracle Centre just on the edge of the 200-year-old bridge. Facilities and amenities within this pretty village include a fuelling station with shop, two public houses, each offering bar meals, primary school and a place of worship. The town of Newcastle Emlyn lies just 3 miles away and offers a larger and varied range of amenities.
MEASUREMENTS, CAPACITIES & APPLIANCES
The measurements in this brochure are for rough guidance only; accurate measurements have not been taken. Philip Ling Estates have not formally verified any appliances, which are included in the asking price. Therefore, it is advised that the prospective client prior to purchase validates such information.
The accommodation (with approximate measurements) comprises:
ENTRANCE Via slate steps leading from the front forecourt to the solid timber front door through to the porch.
PORCH With slate flag floor and door accessing the hallway. Housing for the oil-fired boiler servicing the domestic hot water and central heating.
HALLWAY Original wooden floorboards. Doors accessing main living area.
LIVING AREA 30’1” x 22’8”. A magnificent open plan living area with a split floor to accommodate an elevated dining room and kitchen. French doors with sidelights accessing the cast iron balcony overlooking the village and rural views beyond. Two large gothic windows with dressed slate apexes and window seats overlooking the front of the dwelling with views of the village church. Open cast fireplace with tiled and timber surround with large mirror above. Radiators. Cathedral style ceiling. Television point. Original exposed wooden floorboards with wooden steps leading up to the dining room and kitchen. Under stair cupboard with shelving.
KITCHEN Solid timber units with tiled work surfaces set in a U giving an outlook over the seating and dining area. Built in Belfast style sink with monobloc tap. Plumbing for washing machine. Gas hob and double electricity powered oven.
BATHROOM Window overlooking the front of the dwelling. Three-piece suite incorporating WC, wash hand basin and bath. Coved ceiling. Radiator. Linen cupboard.
BEDROOM 2 14’2” x 10’10”. Window overlooking the side of the dwelling. Door accessing main hall. Radiator.
MASTER BEDROOM 15’8 x 14’5”. Balustrades overlooking the main living area. Gothic window overlooking the side of the dwelling. Door accessing the en-suite. Exposed floorboards. Built in wardrobes. Radiator. Television and telephone points. Cathedral style ceiling.
EN-SUITE Window overlooking the front of the dwelling. Three-piece suite incorporating WC, fully tiled shower cubicle and wash hand basin set in a vanity unit. Extractor fan.
SELF CONTAINED APARTMENTS
APARTMENT 1 Via enclosed arched porch under a pitched slate roof with windows to either side giving access to the front door through to hallway.
HALLWAY Doors accessing bedrooms and bathroom. Built-in airing cupboard with lagged tank with immersion heater and shelving.
BEDROOM 1 Window overlooking the front of the dwelling. Economy 7 storage radiator.
BEDROOM 2 Window overlooking the rear of the dwelling. Economy 7 storage radiator.
BEDROOM 3 Window overlooking the front of the dwelling. Economy 7 storage radiator. Built-in wardrobe.
BATHROOM 6’9” x 6”. Three-piece suite incorporating WC, wash hand basin, bath with tiled splash back and electric shower above. Medicine cabinet. Central pendant light with incorporated room heater. Extractor fan.
APARTMENT 2 Via French doors with sidelights to the side of the property, through to the main living area.
LIVING AREA 22’11” x 12’ 10”. Window overlooking the front of the dwelling. Economy 7 storage radiator. Television point.
INNER HALL Doors accessing rear exterior, bathroom and bedroom.
BATHROOM 6’4” x 5’11”. Three-piece suite incorporating bath with shower attachment fitted to the bath taps, WC and wash hand basin. Extractor fan.
BEDROOM 10’1” x 10’10”. Window overlooking the rear gardens. Economy 7 night storage radiator.
GARDENS The pretty cottage style gardens have many aspects with views over the River Teifi, the village and the church. Gravelled pathways with stone steps lead to lawns, flower borders and a summer house overlooking a large stretch of the River Teifi, renowned for its salmon leaps and breath-taking views.
GARAGE Double entrance doors. Shelving to one side.
SINGLE TIMBER GARAGE Concrete base.
SERVICES Mains Electricity, Water and Drainage.
VIEWING By appointment, via sole agents, Philip Ling Estates.