Tresaith, Cardigan

Guide price

Bedrooms: 7
Step into a world of timeless elegance with a rare opportunity to purchase an enchantina Grade II listed Georgian house nestled within approximately 4 acres of its own picturesque grounds in the coveted coastal village of Tresaith.

Steeped in history and boasting stunning architectural details, this exquisite property - believed to have been influenced by the renowned Buckingham Palace architect John Nash, who was known to work in the area at the time - offers a truly unique and luxurious living experience. Dating back to circa 1809, the house was built by one of Cardiganshire's major landowners of the period, John Llovd-Williams, of the Gwernant estate, as his familv's summer home. It has successfully maintained many original features. Some tvpical Nash influences - such as the splendid over-stairs lantern' light, gothic arch windows and curved ceiling covings - are strong features in the house, and many locals still refer to Glandwr as the Nash house.

As vou enter the ground floor, you are greeted by a grand hallway adorned with classic, mosaic patterned tiles, leading to a series of inviting living spaces. The drawing room features majestic arched windows and a cosy wood burning stove, while an arched opening leads to the elegant lounge. The dining room boasts more arched windows overlooking the front garden, with a peek into the well-appointed kitchen through another window. The reception room exudes warmth with its log burning stove and opens up to the impressive kitchen with its exquisite wooden parquet flooring and a range of modern units.

The abundance of feature arched windows floods the entire space with natural light, creating an airy and inviting ambiance. A door tucked in the corner leads to a pantry with a convenient sink basin. Further doors from the reception room reveal multiple storage areas, a utility area, a stylish shower room, and a perfect home office for remote work or creative pursuits.

Ascend the spiral staircase, featuring an over-stairs lantern skylight. to reach the galleried landing on the first floor. Here, vou will find seven generous double bedrooms, each exuding it's own charm and character. Two of the bedrooms boast ensuite bathrooms with stunning feature windows on the ceiling, adding a touch of grandeur to your everyday routine. Additionally, there are two family-sized bath/shower rooms, perfect for indulgent relaxation.

The coastal village of Tresaith offers an idyllic lifestyle with its beautiful Blue Flag sandy beach, the renowned Ceredigion Coastal Path for breath taking walks, regular sailing events during the summer, and charming amenities such as a café, shop, and The Ship Inn pub. Situated just a short drive from Cardigan town, Aberporth, Penbryn, and Llangrannog, this location offers the perfect balance of tranquility and convenience. Indulge in the elegance and grandeur of this exceptionally rarely-found Georgian residence, where history, luxury, and seaside living converge to create an unparalleled experience. Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to make this your dream home.

Drawing Room


Dining Room

Family Lounge

Kitchen/Breakfast Room



Store Room

Shower Room

Boiler Room


Utility Room

Bedroom One

Bedroom Two

Bedroom Three

Bedroom Four

Bedroom Five

Family Bathroom

Bedroom Six

Bedroom Seven

Family Shower Room

VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.

TENURE: We are advised Freehold

SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.

COUNCIL TAX: Band 'G' Ceredigion

ref: LG/AMS/04/23/OK


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West Wales Properties - Cardigan

6 Morgan Street, Cardigan, Ceredigion

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