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Pennant, Near Aberaeron, SY23

  • 2 beds
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  • 2 beds
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A secluded smallholding set in 1.8 acres with no near neighbours close to Aberaeron (with option of further 6.15 acres)
A pretty character vernacular styled Welsh Cottage of stone and slate construction offering character 2 bedroomed accommodation together with an attractive stone and slate barn being re-roofed and ideal for conversion for further accommodation.
The whole in a delightful secluded position with far reaching views over open countryside and towards the Cardigan Bay coastline.


The property is attractively located in a delightfully tucked away, secluded location at the termination of an initially shared and then private lane, surrounded by other farm land and woodland.The Georgian harbour and destination town of Aberaeron is within a 10 minute drive, a popular destination town renowned for its popular bars, restaurants, hotels and with many employment opportunities, including primary and secondary schooling, a good range of shops and local authority offices. The property is also convenient to the larger towns of Lampeter and Aberystwyth.

The Cottage

Offers unspoilt accommodation with solid fuel fired central heating, having recently been redecorated and offers more particularly the following.


Having radiator, original tongue and grove panelled walls

Sitting Room / Bedroom 2

2.16m x 4.72m (7'1 x 15'6)

Radiator, open vaulted ceiling, enclosed stove

Living Room

4.62m x 4.88m (15'2 x 16)

With attractive cottage style fireplace, having an original Jones Bros Aberaeron Colebrook Dale bread oven, open vaulted ceiling, quarry tiled hearth.

Bedroom 1

2.82m x 4.80m (9'3 x 15'9)

2 radiators, open vaulted ceiling, double aspect windows

Inner Hallway

Door to


4.78m x 2.46m (15'8 x 8'1)

Double aspect window, Velux roof window, radiator, multi fuel stove with back boiler for central heating and domestic hot water supply, base units with single drainer sink unit and space for washing machine.

Inner Lobby

Rear entrance door, airing cupboard with copper cyclinder


With bath, wash hand basin with shaver point over, radiator. Separate cloakroom with wc and radiator


The property is approached by initially shared and subsequently private gravelled tree lined lane. Initially passing the first optional field and then leading to termination at the property. The property is surrounded by attractive grounds and cottage style garden together with the paddock area behind the barn.

The Barn

The barn has been partly re-built with stone elevations under a slated roof which is under felted. This is independently wired, with windows and Velux roof windows and in our opinion lends itself for conversion into further accommodation/studio etc (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consent).

Main Room

6.10m x 4.72m (20' x 15'6)

with access via double doors, concreted floor and front window.

Room 2

3.89m x 4.83m (12'9 x 15'10)

With former ingle nook style fire place, door to front and rear window.

Adjoining Room 3

5.33m x 2.79m (17'6 x 9'2)

Side window and entrance door.

Room 4

4.25 x 4.75 (13'11 x 15'7 )

The Land

There is an attractive paddock area of approximately 1 acre behind the barn, being level ground with good quality pasture.


We are informed the property benefits from connection to mains electricity, private water, private drainage, solid fuel fired central heating to the property.


The property is best approached from the Pennant direction, therefore take the A487 from Aberaeron North after passing through Aberarth turn right on to the B4557, continuing to the village of Pennant at the village square turn right, go down the hill and up the other side, taking a left hand turning (following the Pennant car boot sale signs), proceed on this lane for approximately 1 mile and the entrance property can be found on the right hand side as identified by the agents For sale board.What3words procured.moving.nobody

Council Tax Band D

We understand the property is Council Tax Band D and the Council Tax payable for 2022 / 2023 financial year is ?1777

Optional Land

On the approach to the property is a further 6.3 acre paddock being an attractive species rich meadow with a central pond, in our opinion being a delightful addition to the property.

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