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Station Lodge South once formed part of the Penbedw Estate, whose owners contributed vastly to the village including commissioning the construction of Station Lodge in 1875.
The stone elevations under a clay tile roof have been extended in recent years to provide flexible accommodation arranged over three floors. The result is an attractive cottage with a mixture of period characteristics and modern features. The property has undergone a recent upgrade by the present owners to include a re-fitted kitchen, dining and family room which has built in appliances to include a rayburn stove and an electric range cooker.
In brief the accommodation affords reception hall, three reception rooms, modern large open plan kitchen, dining and family room, four bedrooms , bathroom, shower room, detached garage, extensive gardens , paddock and ample parking. The property is fully furnished and the furnishings are available by negotiation.
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The gardens lie mainly to the south east of the house and combine raised plant and flower beds. Two five bar gates create an in and out drive over a tarmac parking and turning area, beside the detached garage. To the side is a car port, now used as a dog kennel and run. The main gardens are to the rear where a path leads to a sun terrace and BBQ area, a greenhouse and a shed. A picket fence divides the lawn which has an apple tree and gated pedestrian access into the paddock. Post and rail fencing with vehicular and pedestrian gates open into a paddock which is tree lined by ancient Lime and Ash trees.
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