A stylish property where Edwardian grandeur meets contemporary design, this spacious family home enjoys uninterrupted views over Cardigan Bay
If you’re seduced by sea views, sunsets and fine, alfresco dining then you’ll surely want to check out this luxury property on the scenic Ceredigion coast.
Situated in the village of Tresaith, Glan-yr-Odyn is in a particularly picturesque spot with both a popular beach and a photogenic cliff-face waterfall close-by.
Visitors will see that the house itself is a stylish blend of traditional and contemporary character. After heading up the private driveway to the brick parking area (which sits alongside a double garage), you head into the Edwardian part of the property – the hall having a high ceiling with ornate coving, plus an archway leading to a rear hallway.
The kitchen still has the original parquet pine floor and beautiful coving around the ceiling, as well as newer features including granite work surfaces, integrated double oven and dishwasher, plus an oil-fired Rayburn. French doors open to a veranda with sea views.
A modern extension includes a spacious dining room and lounge separated by a low dividing wall. Exposed beams add character to the vaulted ceiling, and there are no fewer than eight roof windows offering plenty of light. A wood burner sits on a glass hearth with stainless steel flue, and there are panoramic views of Cardigan Bay.
In addition to this open-plan room, there’s a sitting room with full-length windows and glazed door looking out over the bay.
The ground floor also features two bedrooms – the master room has fine views and full-length picture windows, and French doors opening onto the front terrace. It also has an en-suite with deep bath and extra large shower. The second bedroom has a large picture window and a Victorian fireplace with slate hearth. Also on the ground floor is an additional shower room, plus office space.
Upstairs are two loft bedrooms, both with en-suites, and one with sea views and a built-in wardrobe. There’s also another room that could be used as a workshop or studio.
Outside, an oak summer house is yet another spot from which you can soak in the fine coastal vista – it has a small wood burner so you can enjoy it year-round.
The private gardens surrounding the house have numerous seating areas and include a deck with a heating system that can be hidden away into the ground when not in use. There’s also a relaxing Japanese-style Zen garden.
If you’ve always dreamed of your own luxury pad in a remote stretch of attractive coastline, head to the Ceredigion coast and take a look at Glan-yr-Odyn for your own patch of coastal serenity.
AT A GLANCE...
Glan-yr-Odyn – A large, spacious family home with panoramic views from the house, garden and summer house, and a short walk from a popular beach
Bedrooms – Four in total – two on the ground floor and two on the first floor. Three of these have en-suite bath or shower rooms
Land – Numerous patios and decks, a summer house, double garage and a Zen garden
Location – The village of Tresaith is in southern Ceredigion, eight miles north-east of Cardigan and 32 miles south of Aberystwyth
Price – On sale for £925,000
Agents – Fine & Country. Tel: 01834 862138. www.fineandcountry.com
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