The renovation project that could be home to your new lifestyle near popular Welsh seaside town – Wales Online

The renovation project that could be home to your new lifestyle near popular Welsh seaside town – Wales Online

On the road into one of the most picturesque harbour villages in Cardigan Bay, hugging the Ceredigion coastline, you will find a characterful cottage oozing potential.

With some graft, budget and imagination, it could be your new year’s property ticket to a new lifestyle in a location many would rightly envy.

As well as a characterful cottage and historic forge, this property proposition also has more than three acres of land that can easily be developed into the smallholding of your dreams.

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And what a gorgeous area to set up a new life, in the beautiful Aeron Valley with the Ceredigion countryside surrounding you and the stunning coastline around the pretty small town of Aberaeron just about a mile away.

Aberaeron can boast a coastal location, a beach and streets of mainly Georgian and Victorian pastel-painted properties, from substantial townhouses to the cutest of cottages, all nestled around the cove that houses the harbour.

This picture-perfect scene, coupled with an array of boutique shops, cafes, bars, and restaurants, makes the village arguably one of the most desirable seaside places in Wales, not just with visitors but obviously with residents too.

Just a mile to walk to Aberaeron
(Image: Morgan & Davies, Aberaeron / rightmove)

Georgian style Grade II listed cottage
(Image: Morgan & Davies, Aberaeron / rightmove)

And property portal Rightmove agrees, naming Aberaeron within the top five of the most popular places to buy property in Wales this year. Find out more about that here.

But you might need some income too once you have made the main cottage not just habitable again but your forever dream home.

And this property proposition can deliver that too in the form of a detached former forge that can be linked to the nearby historic Grade I listed mansion on the River Aeron called Llanerchaeron, now owned by the National Trust.

The cottage and forge are on the opposite side of the road to the historic manor.

Comes with an attached outbuilding that offers extra space
(Image: Morgan & Davies, Aberaeron / rightmove)

The detached forge once served the local manor house
(Image: Morgan & Davies, Aberaeron / rightmove)

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