4 Bed Detached House  For Sale  Lampeter  Ceredigion  SA48 
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Hollies was built in 1935 and has been extensively refurbished by the existing owners during their period of ownership including re-roofing in 2010. The property is entirely double glazed and benefits from gas fired central heating.

The accommodation is beautifully presented in every respect and has particularly commodious family proportioned accommodation providing vestibule, reception hall, cloakroom with w.c., sitting room, living room, oak kitchen/diner by Palmer with free standing Aga. Rear hall, second kitchen/ utility, linen room, study/breakfast room, conservatory, first floor feature staircase and landing, 4 double bedrooms, bathroom, second attic suiting conversion. Externally tarmacadamed and pavior drive and parking areas, double garage plus basement cellar, greenhouse, extensive patios and gardens with easily managed lawned areas giving delightful residential qualities and option of adjacent paddock.

The property is in the University town of Lampeter in one of Lampeter's most sought after districts, 10 miles inland from the Cardigan Bay coast at Aberaeron and 20 or so miles North of the county town of Carmarthen within easy reach of Swansea and South Wales conurbation.

Property Description
Hollies was built for a former sea captain in 1935 traditionally constructed in cavity engineering brick under a clay tiled roof. The residence was re-roofed with reconstructed chimneys in 2010 and was extensively refurbished in recent times by the existing owners with high quality decorative finish and superbly appointed accommodation in every respect. The property is of gentlemanly proportion and offers commodious family size accommodation with further scope for loft conversion if so desired.

The property is located in one of Lampeter's most sought after residential areas within level walking distance of all amenities offered within this thriving University town.

Ground Floor
The accommodation benefits from gas fired central heating and UPVC double glazing and provides more particularly as follows:-
Reception Vestibule
Double glazed UPVC entrance doors to reception vestibule with terrazzo floor, meter room off plus cloak storage with alarm system and meters.
Reception Hall
Glazed door through to reception hall, a particularly commodious and attractive area with double panelled radiator, feature recess and plate rack.
Cloakroom off reception hall with vanity unit, high level w.c. , part tiled an Dado rail.
Sitting room
17' 7" x 16' 9" (5.36m x 5.11m) with attractive Bay window, pine stripped flooring, open fireplace with cast iron log burner on raised slate hearth.
Living room
20' 4" x 13' (6.20m x 3.96m) with feature fireplace, with granite inserts and raised hearth incorporating cast iron log stove, pine stripped flooring, attractive bay window and radiator.
Family Kitchen/Diner
17' 5" x 13' (5.31m x 3.96m) overall with a Palmer bespoke oak kitchen in light colour with single bowl stainless steel sink unit, mixer tap , Aga range in green running domestic hot water systems, gas fired double oven. Freestanding glass top Welsh dresser and matching corner cupboard in antique style available as options. Radiator, tongue and groove ceiling.
Rear Hall
with radiator, tiled floor, half glazed UPVC entrance door, built-in storage cupboard.
Linen room
Linen room off with plumbing for w.c., tiled floor.
Utility room/Second Kitchen
9' 6" x 7' 8" (2.90m x 2.34m) with tiled floor, fitted floor and wall cupboards with 4 ring electric hob, fan oven, single drainer sink unit and wall mounted gas central heating boiler.
Study/Breakfast room
13' 4" x 9' 8" (4.06m x 2.95m) with side bay window to driveway, radiator, stripped pine flooring, through to:
12' 9" x 10' 7" (3.89m x 3.23m) with tiled floor, French doors to exterior and double glazed. Feature arch with radiator and recess.

The First Floor
This is approached by a most attractive contemporary style staircase with oak handrail and opens to half landing with a magnificent original stained glass window with later triple glazing provided. This window configuring a ocean and "New York" scene. The main landing area hasw a walk-in wardrobe off with radiator, feature display alcove to rear wall.

Landing window

Double Bedroom 1 Front
16' 7" x 16' 9" (5.05m x 5.11m) with pine floor, bay window, radiator, double built-in wardrobe, vanity unit with wash basin, two side stained glass windows.
Double Bedroom 2 Front
20' 5" x 13' 2" (6.22m x 4.01m) with fitted vanity unit set in recess with attractive bay window and radiator.
Double Bedroom 3
13' 4" x 12' 6" (4.06m x 3.81m) with dual aspect, built in shelf cupboard, vanity unit with fitted wash hand basin, double panelled radiator.
Inner landing
with built-in large airing cupboard off with copper cylinder and slated shelving.
10' 2" x 7' 6" (3.10m x 2.29m) with corner shower cubicle with Mira electric power shower, low level flush w.c., half tiled fitted vanity unit with wash basin in antique style. Original cast iron large bath with Jacuzzi fitment. Heated towel rail.

Bedroom 4 Rear
11' 4" x 10' 7" (3.45m x 3.23m) with radiator.
Attic Space
28' 6" x 21' 5" (8.69m x 6.53m) From the inner landing there is sliding ladder access to a second floor attic space which is largely boarded. In L-shape suiting further conversion and fully insulated.

ExternallyThe Grounds
A particular feature of the Hollies is its attractive location. It is located in North Road with its own brick pillared entrance with low brick walls and a mature hedge to the front. The enclosed an exceptionally spacious forecourt and side tarmacadam and pavior driveway with parking and turning for numerous vehicles.
Double Garage block
23' x 18' 6" (7.01m x 5.64m) with basement cellar/workshop 18 x 13 18' x 13' (5.49m x 3.96m) with electricity and up and over door.

There is a side garden area which is maintenance free with access to rear patio areas which are raised overlooking the attractive lawned gardens that lie to the rear which are chiefly level and approached to a lower level via terrazzo style steps. There are numerous flower beds, raised vegetable growing beds, mature trees, shrubs and flowering bushes.

The lawns back onto an area of conservation land and lie adjacent to an extensive grass paddock with a stable block thereon, separately available as an option.

In all an exceptionally attractive residential property in a popular residential area of this University town and within close proximity of the University campus.


The Paddock (optional)

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