2 bedroom cottage
£249,950
Water Street, Aberaeron SA46
  • **Aberaeron - Riverside location**
  • **An enchanting period cottage**
  • **Nicely tucked away but very convenient to all town amenities**
  • **Character, Quirky and Cosy Accommodation**
  • **2 beds**Conservatory**
  • **Double Glazing**Central Heating**
  • **Gardens**Parking**


(Furnished)

**A delightful stone built Period Welsh Cottage ** Love at First Sight ! ** Lovely riverside location**Sympathetically restored**Character, Quirky and Cosy Accommodation**2 Beds **Double Glazing**Central Heating**Conservatory**Private Parking**Planning Permission for a garage if required**Sun Patio**Garden Shed**Views up the river to the weir or down the river to the bridge and harbour**Nicely tucked away within the town, on the level** Near to restaurants, pubs, shops, parks and sport/leisure centre **

**A one off opportunity ! **

Aberaeron lies alongside the main A487 coast road almost equi distant from Aberystwyth to the north and Cardigan to the south and within some 15 miles of the university town of Lampeter. This property is within level walking distance of a comprehensive range of shopping and schooling facilities, harbour and sea front. The town boasts a wealth of interesting shops, eating houses, pubs etc, all within an easy reach.

Mains Electricity, Water and Drainage. Oil Fired Central Heating. Council Tax Band D

Enchanting period cottage, riverside location. Tucked away within Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron on Cardigan Bay.

General

Ty Twt, a Welsh name translated - 'Little House', a most charming cottage believed to date back to the 1800's. The property has been renovated, refurbished and modernised throughout, all sympathetically carried out. In more recent times the former open vaulted ceiling has been converted to provide 2 upstairs bedrooms and a bathroom, also a conservatory addition at side.

Planning permission has recently been obtained for the construction of a garage at side if required.

The property benefits from a right of access over the forecourt to park a motor vehicle.

The accommodation front porch

With stable door leading through to the ground floor accommodation which provides -

An open plan area

21' 1" x 15' 7" (6.43m x 4.75m) overall which incorporates the -

Sitting room/dining room

Which has a slate tiled floor, large picture window overlooking the river, a Morso woodburning stove on a slate hearth with exposed chimney flue expelling heat all around the cottage. Cupboard housing the Worcester Heatslave oil fired central heating boiler. Wall shelving. 2 Victorian style central heating radiators plus a third radiator, Ceiling down lighters.

Adjacent kitchen area

Again has a slate tiled floor, fitted range of base cupboards with solid Oak working surfaces and an inset Belfast sink with mixer taps, slot in oven with cooker hood over, space and plumbing for built in dish washer, exposed ceiling beams, ceiling spot lighting, central heating radiator. French door lead out to -

Side conservatory/sun room

9' 4" x 7' 9" (2.84m x 2.36m) in upvc double glazing with tiled floor, south facing outlook over the river.

Shower room/utility

With a tiled floor, fully tiled walls. Provides a double sized shower cubicle with direct feed shower, low level flush toilet, wall mirror and light over, heated towel rail. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine.

First floor

small gallaried landing

Approached via spiral staircase.

Double bedroom 1
10' 10" x 8' 9" (3.30m x 2.67m) with laminate flooring, exposed ceiling A beams, central heating radiator, range of built in wardrobes and built in cupboard. Side window.

Bedroom 2
10' 4" x 7' 6" (3.15m x 2.29m) with laminate flooring, exposed ceiling A beams, window at rear overlooking river. Laminate flooring.

Bathroom

8' 4" x 5' 1" (2.54m x 1.55m) plus alcove with laminate flooring. A White suite providing a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush toilet, wall mirrors, extractor fan, velux window and tiled walls.

Externally

to the front

Immediately to the front are flower and shrub borders and parking facilities. A side gateway leads through to a -

Private walled in garden

Which provides coloured gravel and paved patio and sitting out area/sun terrace with Cedarwood Garden Shed 8' x 6.

The external area measures overall approximately 30' x 24' within a stone dwarf wall to the river boundary.
Oil storage tank.


The property enjoys lovely views over the river, either up the river towards the weir or down the river towards the town bridge and harbour beyond.

Planning permission -

Planning permission has been approved for the construction of a single garage within the boundaries if purchasers so desire.