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Ffynnon Garreg occupies an elevated position just outside the picturesque village of Cenarth on a minor road that eventually takes you to the rural hamlet of Cwmcou. Cenarth is a unique village offering 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. 


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 open porch to the uPVC front door through to the sitting room. 

SITTING ROOM 20’ 8” x 12’ 11”.  Picture window with magnificent views to the front of the dwelling.  Fireplace with open chimney, timber surround & mantle.  Telephone & television points.  Thermostatically controlled radiators.  Dado rail.  Door through to inner hall. 

INNER HALL        Door accessing the rear with covered lean-to porch area.  Radiator.  Access to the kitchen.  A retractable ladder accesses the loft area giving space for potentially a further two bedrooms (given the appropriate planning consent) 

KITCHEN              12’ 7” x 9’ 3”.  Window overlooking the front of the dwelling, again with fine views.  Pleasant range of wall & base units with 1 ½ bowl, single drainer sink unit.  Built in fridge/freezer.  Central pendant light with integrated fan.  Aga cooking range also serving the domestic hot water. Thermostatically controlled radiator.  Television point. 

BEDROOM          12’ 10” x 12’ 4”.  Picture window to the front offering fine rural views. Fitted bedroom suite.  Thermostatically controlled radiator. 

BATHROOM        9’ 5” x 5’ 10”.  Window overlooking the front of the dwelling.  Three-piece suite incorporating bath with shower attachment, WC & wash hand basin.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Tiled walls to dado height.  Heated towel rail.   

REAR PORCH      27’ 8” x 3’ 5”.  Lean to accessed from the rear exterior door.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Housing for the oil-fired boiler serving the domestic hot water & central heating.     

EXTERIOR            Access from the B classed road is via a walled entrance onto the private drive leading down to the side & onto the front of the dwelling with ample room for parking & turning.  To the front of the dwelling there is a paved seating area taking in the views with steps leading down to an expansive garden laid to grass with mature trees, hedged boundaries and a drive leading onto the garage/workshop.  To either side of the dwelling, there are block-built outhouses under a tiled roofs and a garden store. 


WORKSHOP        20’ 2” x 16’ 5”.  Up & over entrance door.  Power & lighting.  Workbench. 

SERVICES             Mains Electricity & Water.  Private Drainage.

VIEWING             By appointment, via sole agents, Philip Ling Estates.

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