Ponthirwaun, Cardigan, SA43
£1,250,000 | For Sale | House
  • Bedrooms9 Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms6 Bathrooms
  • Reception Rooms5 Reception Rooms
Features
  • Large detached home
  • 11.45 acres
  • Cellar
  • Stunning location
  • Close to transport links
  • Vendors open to part exchange

Additional Information
  • Stamp Duty: £68,750
  • Tenure: Freehold

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Features
  • Large detached home
  • 11.45 acres
  • Cellar
  • Stunning location
  • Close to transport links
  • Vendors open to part exchange

Additional Information
  • Stamp Duty: £68,750
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Description

VENDORS KEEN TO MOVE TO SOUTH WEST LONDON

Noyadd Trefawr stands surrounded by stunning unspoilt countryside in a beautiful sheltered part wooded valley through which runs a tributary to the River Hirwaun. While occupying a private haven of peace and tranquility, Noyadd Trefawr is within easy reach of the A487 coastal road between Aberystwyth and Cardigan and four miles from Aberporth, one of Ceredigions most charming coastal villages with its expanse of golden beach and licensed airport from where private flights are available.

The area is known for its stunning land and seascapes with spectacular wooded valleys descending to coastal coves and wonderful beaches. The Cardigan Bay has been given Worldwide Heritage status and is home to a colony of bottle nose dolphins, whales and seals which can be watched from the Heritage Coastal path. There are a range of good restaurants, shops and local amenities in the number of villages found along the coast including New Quay, Aberaeron, and Llangranog while the cinema and theatre can be enjoyed at the larger town of Cardigan. The house is perfectly situated to enjoy the excellent walking, cycling, riding, fishing, canoing and sailing.

Described as “too small for envy, too large for contempt”, Noyadd Trefawr is an enchanting historic house standing in glorious countryside. Grade II* listed, the house combines elegant and gentle grandeur with comfortable family living.

A much loved house with a fascinating history, Noyadd Trefawr is believed to date from the 16th Century but has evolved over the years during which time it has been extended and remodelled taking on the best of Georgian architecture to provide light and attractive accommodation while retaining a number of earlier features.

Accommodation

The large and welcoming front door opens to a hall with beautiful flagstone floor and off which lead the dining and drawing rooms. These have attractive fireplaces and are lit by large shuttered sash windows which offer far reaching views over the gardens and valley. The inner hall has wide polished oak floorboards from where an impressive wide oak staircase with turned spindles leads up to the main landing.

The library is a charming room with captures the south light through a walk through sash window which opens to the terrace and gardens beyond. The kitchen is a wonderful large room which encompasses a range of traditional style cupboards and a fitted dresser with a four door oil fired range within the original stone arched recess. French doors open to a further sheltered terrace for outdoor dining and entertaining while the adjoining garden room is presently an everyday sitting room

The principal bedrooms lead off the main landing, the master one of which has wood panelling with a marble fireplace, deep moulded ceilings and a large en-suite bathroom. The guest bedroom also has the benefit of an en suite bathroom. Each room has an open fireplace and is served by a family bathroom and shower room. The back staircase leads to the first and second floors where there are a further four bedrooms off a central sitting room, and a further bathroom. Throughout the house the rooms enjoy natural light through attractive sash windows, most of which have working shutters.

Comprises 3 bedroom accommodation on one level with sitting room, corner kitchen and bathroom. It has been used in the past for holiday lets and as staff accommodation Gardens and Ground
The house is approached down a long driveway over a cattlegrid to a gravel sweep to the front. Mature trees including Oak, Beech and Ash abound along with banks of rhododendron and a range of other specimen trees. Sloping lawns stretch down to wooded grounds with an extensive lake, once part of Victorian water gardens. To the south of the house is a paved terrace beyond which is the heated swimming pool
M4 to Carmarthen. Carmarthen to Newcastle Emlyn. Drive through the main street of Newcastle Emlyn and after the bridge turn left onto B4333. At Cwm Cou take left fork off onto B4570 and continue on this road until you come to Neuadd Cross (crossroads with a war memorial). Turn right – signposted to Beulah, then take immediate left turn – signposted Blaenporth. Second drive on the right hand side

Take the coast road from Aberystwyth to Cardigan. At Blaenporth, take the right turn onto Lady Road. Continue for just under 1 mile and turn right signed Neuadd Cross. Pass Hafod Farm, over the small cross roads and the driveway is next on left

The vendors of this property are looking to downsize to a cottage in South West London and would be open to a part exchange.

Joe Guilfoyle

Joe Guilfoyle

Senior Associate

Joe is our local expert in Surbiton, Thames Ditton, Long Ditton, Hinchley Wood, Esher and Claygate and has sold over 200 homes in the area.

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