An outstanding period property, located in a convenient area of Tregaron town, offering large accommodation consisting of 8 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, being split into a 5 bedroom & 4 bathroom home and the addition of a 2 bedroomed maisonette which can be used to generate extra income or as a further family annexe. A large feature kitchen which is great for entertaining and enjoying family dinners together and an additional reception room off the kitchen to enjoy inclusively.
Outside there is off road parking on the driveway, for multiple cars & a front terrace to enjoy.
Monarch House was originally built in 1860, to be the towns hotel, ready for the railways station to built - this never happened, so became a family home, and loved as a home ever since. It is in a very convenient location in the town of Tregaron and within walking distance to all of the amenities, including pubs, shops, restaurants, doctors surgery and pharmacy.
Tregaron is set in a beautiful location in West Wales, loved by walkers, cyclists and country lovers - this is definitely a 'must see' imposing house.
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With dwarf walls, red quarry tiled floor and a slate roof. Solid wooden front door to main hallway.
With an easy rise staircase to 1st floor, and with an understairs storage cupboard, quality timber laminate floors; leading to cloakroom.
With toilet and wash hand basin.
18'6" x 12'3" (5.64 x 3.73)
An elegant room with a reproduction timber fireplace with feature tiled panels.
18'5" x 14'5" (5.61 x 4.39)
Fitted with a range of base and wall units, painted soft grey and with built in fridge, new electric oven and hob with extractor hood over. 4 veg baskets and an impressive working Inglenook fireplace that cries out for a log burner! Ample room for a large dining table and with the matching timber laminate flooring.
13'0" x 10'0" (3.96 x 3.05)
With a door to the rear and a deep set skylight.
17'0" x 10'0" + 10'0" x 8'0" (5.18m x 3.05m + 3.05m x 2.44m)
Down three steps from the Kitchen and formerly a Granny Annex is now a formal L shaped dining room. with a feature coach house window with central french doors. With a large walk in Pantry with plumbing for a washing machine.
With a toilet and wash basin. Part tiled and part painted stone walls and an LP gas central heating boiler, that just runs the heating for what was the former annex - presently used as a wine store.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Feature staircase to landing with built-in airing cupboard.
MASTER BEDROOM - 2ND FLOOR
11'6" x 11'3" (3.51m x 3.43m)
Front facing, with an en-suite shower room and a 9" x 9" sitting area with views across the rooftops to the countryside.
11'9" x 9'3" (3.58 x 2.82)
A comfortable double.
10'0" x 7'0" (3.05 x 2.13)
A good sized single.
With bath and shower over, toilet and wash basin.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING
From the full staircase or via a separate access to rear terrace via drop down walk way over stairwell.
to landing with built-in airing cupboard with oil combi boiler.
11'0" x 10'6" (3.35 x 3.20)
BEDROOM FOUR EN- SUITE BATHROOM
With toilet, wash basin and a large bath. Built in storage cupboard.
BEDROOM 5/DRESSING ROOM
11'0" x 10'0" (3.35 x 3.05)
BEDROOM FIVE EN-SUITE
With bath with over head shower, toilet and washbasin.
Over all is a huge large full height attic with staircase which would add even more accommodation if desired.
SELF CONTAINED ANNEX
Over two floors with its own entrance door. Ideal for Owners private living accommodation or as a letting unit.
Via separate entrance to the front of the property with an easy rise staircase to the first floor.
With the stair to the second floor.
16 x 15 (4.88m x 4.57m)
With build in storeage cupboard, through to.
Fitted with base and wall units.
To a landing with a built in Airing Cupboard housing the LP Gas combi boiler.
11' x 10'6 (3.35m x 3.20m)
11 x 10 (3.35m x 3.05m)
With toilet, wash basin and bath.
The property would make an ideal Bed and Breakfast, The town is a popular destination for the nearby Cors Caron Nature Reserve, especially in the winter months, also for walkers exploring the hills above Tregaron and onwards to Strata Florida.
The property is entered via a gated entrance to a gravelled driveway and forecourt from Chapel Street leading to low maintenance grounds including gravel forecourt with parking space and toolstore. There is an attractive terrace to the front. Two brick & stone built outbuildings. To the rear is a separate pedestrian access and small terrace. Sloping grassed areas.
Mains electric, water and drainage. Oil central heating to main house. LPG gas central heating to the Apartment. Telephone, broadband and mobile signal.
COUNCIL TAX BANDS
We understand the main property is Council Tax Band E and the Council Tax payable for 2022 / 2023 financial year is £2172 which equate discounts. We understand the annex to the property is Council Tax Band A and the Council Tax payable for 2022 / 2023 financial year is £1185 which equate discounts.