● Imposing Six Bedroom Grade II Listed Former Vicarage
● Coach House, Outbuildings, Stables and Manege
● Good Quality Pastureland
● Some Woodland and Frontage to The River Teifi
● Approx. 25 Acres in all
A handsome and imposing Grade II listed six bedroom former vicarage set in approx. 25 acres with a good range of outbuildings, pasture and woodland with frontage to the River Teifi.
The house is understood to have been built in 1855 in a gothic style and whilst it retains many original period features it has recently been the subject of a comprehensive programme of modernisation by the present owner.
The property is set in a very private, rural location, well away from the main road and village, surrounded by its own grounds. It is currently used as a private home, it has in the past been used for a Bed and Breakfast enterprise.
The grounds adjoin The River Teifi which is one of Wales’s premier salmon and sea trout rivers and whilst full fishing rights are owned by Teifi Trout Association, two rods have been retained by Old Vicarage Farm.
The property lies on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Cenarth which is renowned for its Coracle Centre, waterfalls, tea rooms and seventeenth century flour mill. Cenarth has a gift shop, garage, junior school, church and two public houses. Wider ranges of shops and amenities can be found in nearby Newcastle Emlyn and Cardigan.
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