Welsh cottage completely surrounded by trees on auction for £100,000
Now THAT’S self-isolating! Secret three-bed cottage completely surrounded by trees near Welsh coast is the perfect country hideaway as it goes up for auction for £100,000
- The cottage in Llangrannog, Ceredigion, Mid Wales comes with acre of land and features a trickling stream
- Great as a fixer-upper the detached home is in dire need of renovation but has lots of potential and character
- Bidding for the cottage situated on the edge of the sought after seaside village will start 11am on December 8
This is quite possibly one of the safest places to self-isolate in lockdown.
For this secret three-bed cottage in Llangrannog, Ceredigion, Mid Wales,close to the coast, is completely engulfed by trees and provides a perfect country hideaway.
It’s scheduled for an online auction and will go under the hammer for £100,000 next month.
The prospective buyer will find themselves totally immersed in nature as the detached property comes with an acre of land that features a trickling stream and a small footbridge for countryside strolls.
This secret three-bed cottage in Llangrannog, Ceredigion, Mid Wales close to the Welsh coast, is completely engulfed by trees, is to go under the hammer for just £100,000
But the buyer may have to give future guests precise directions to find the stone cottage because it’s hard to tell where the woodland ends and the property begins.
And there will be no time to feel lonely here as the property is in dire need of renovation but has lots of potential and plenty of character.
It will provide a great fixer-upper project for someone looking to fill their time during lockdown.
The property stands on its own within large grounds amounting to approximately one acre and enjoys a pretty riverside setting with wooded valley views
The two-storey cottage situated on the edge of the sought after seaside village is close to the coast and beach yet away from the busy village centre.
The ground floor is home to a lounge, kitchen, bedroom and a bathroom with a stunning stained glass window.
Featuring a fireplace with stove, the lounge has part exposed stone walls, tiled flooring, exposed beams, bay window to the front and a window to the rear allowing in plenty of light.
The lounge features a fireplace with stove, has part exposed stone walls, tiled flooring, exposed beams, bay window to the front and a window to the rear allowing lots of light
The new buyer will have a job on their hands to renovate this property but with plenty of character, it can be restored as a beautiful dwelling
The bathroom with its stunning stained glass window will need some much needed TLC but there’s plenty of time to get renovations done during second national lockdown
It also has a recessed area with a shower unit with a door leading to the tiled-floor kitchen also with exposed beams.
A small staircase gives way to a single bedroom with a window and door to the front porch.
There are two further bedrooms on the first floor with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams and close to the property are two good sized outbuildings which can be converted into additional rooms.
The accommodation offers tranquillity away from the busy village centre but not too far for a stroll along the coast and beach
Nature lovers will be in their element here as the property features a trickling stream and a small bridge for countryside strolls
Future visitors may need precise directions to find the cottage as it’s difficult to tell where the land ends and the property starts
The property auction is being marketed by estate agent John Francis.
A spokesman for the estate agent said: ‘This is a great hidden detached cottage situated on the edge of the sought after seaside village of Llangrannog, close to the coast and beach yet out of the busy village centre.
‘The property stands on its own within large grounds amounting to approximately 1 acre and enjoys a pretty riverside setting with wooded valley views.’
Online bidding will start at 11am on December 8 and closed the following day at 3pm.
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