Cemmaes, Machynlleth, Powys SY20 9AA, UK
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Morris Marshall & Poole - Machynlleth Agent Valuation of this property is £350,000
3 Bedroom Renovated Period Country House
23' Lounge & Kitchen/Dining
Well fitted Bathroom
Very attractive garden and Summer House
Parking for 3/4 vehicles
Triple Glazed Windows
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Cemmaes occupies a very pleasant setting alongside the River Dyfi, set in the Dyfi Valley Biosphere. It has a range of facilities including pretty local Church, Public House, Shop and Community Hub and is about 8 miles from the historic town of Machynlleth and less than a half hours drive of the excellent beaches and Cardigan Bay.
The property is found about 1/2 a mile from the village and enjoys a peaceful location with far reaching views of the valley. The current owners offer a well finished characterful family home set in grounds of about a 1/2 of an acre.
Ty Poeth Cottage is a former Coach House which served as the Coachman's residence to the principal Ty Poeth (Hall) which is at the end of the driveway. The gardens are particularly attractive, part of which have an Asian influence. Attention to detail is first class with oak plank internal doors with thumb latches and the hand built oak kitchen with slate and oak planking work surfaces. A particular point of interest is to note the very high levels of insulation and the low cost of running the property.
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The accommodation briefly includes:
Grond Floor: Canopy Porch. Sitting Room 15'4 x 8'15 slate floor, cast iron stove, window to valley view. Wet Room & Utility 11'9 x 8'6 single bowl sink and work surfaces, plumbing for automatic washing machine. Walk-in shower enclosure, slate tiled floor. Open Plan Living Area/Dining Kitchen 23'7 x 15'1 5 windows to garden and rural views, double bowl sink, 'U' shaped range of hand built base units with oak plank surfaces and slate prep area. Cooker hood over cooker space, oak boarded floor, cast iron multi-fuel stove set on slate hearth. Attractive stairs leading up to Bedrooms with slate treads.
First Floor: Half Landing. Bathroom 11'5 x 8'9 pedestal wash basin, bidet, high level WC and slipper bath, 2 velux windows. External door to verandah and beyond to garden. Landing. Bedroom(1) 15'3 x 10' (max) 4 windows, exposed wooden floor. Bedroom (2) 13'5 x 7'6 2 windows. Loft Area. Bedroom (3) 9'9 x 7'2. Airing Cupboard.<br /><br />The gardens are a delightful feature of the property and much care and attention has been devoted to their maintenance and upkeep. To the front of the property is a wide gravelled parking and turning area. Climbing rose and mature vine to front. External power point. To the side is a further parking bay and wide paved terrace to take advantage of the Dyfi Valley view. The gardens are below this and are to lawn and a water feature with floral borders, shrubs and bushes. Log Store. Workshop and general Garden Store found just off the terrace. A path continues to the rear leading up past a planted area with azaeleas, camilia and flowering shrubs. Wide Verandah with storage area below. Secondary garden above house leading into vegetable area with polytunnel, beyond which is the octagonal Summer House of timber construction with sedum roof. Seating area outside looking out to adjoining pasture land