Grade II* listed, Noyadd Trefaw is an enchanting country house in West Wales which combines elegance with comfortable family living.
Believed to date from the 16th century, the property has evolved over the years and has taken on the best aspects of Georgian building which retaining the earlier features. Reception rooms have large shuttered sash windows with far-reaching views while the kitchen is more a place for family entertaining, and has French doors out to the terrace and an adjoining garden room.
Upstairs the principal bedrooms lead off the main landing while the master bedroom has wood panelling with a marble fireplace and a large en-suite bathroom. Each room has a fireplace and access to the family bathroom. The back staircase leads to the first and second floors where there are a further four bedrooms off a central sitting room and a further bathroom.
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Outside slopping lawns stretch down to wooded grounds with an extensive lake, once part of Victorian water gardens. To the south is the paved terrace beyond which is the heated swimming pool.
Noyadd Trefaw is situated in stunning countryside in a sheltered wooded valley within easy reach of the A487 coastal road between Anerystwwyth and Cardigan and four miles from Aberporth, one of Ceredigion’s most charming coastal villages. Bottle nose dolphins, whales and seals frequent Cardigan Bay and can be seen from the coastal path. Private flights are available from the local airport.
The guide price is £1.25m. For further information please contact Savills on. 01952 239 500 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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