Plas Bronmeurig, Ystrad Meurig

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Property ID : 10304

Sold STC £395,000 - Detached
0.00 sq ft 9 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom  Add to Favorites Print

Plas Bronmeurig is situated on the edge of the hamlet of Ystrad Meurig in Ceredigion enjoying an elevated position with far reaching views over to the Cors Caron National Nature Reserve and the Cambrian Mountains. The larger village of Pontrhydfendigaid is only about 2 miles to the south east together with the nearby historic site of a 12th century Cistercian Abbey – Strata Florida Abbey. The small town of Tregaron is about 7.5 miles to the south while the larger administrative and University town of Aberystwyth with its thriving Arts Centre, is about 13 miles to the north-west on the coast with The National Library of Wales, national railway service, General Hospital and high street shops including M&S, Next, Tesco etc.

Plas Bronmeurig is an impressive and character Grade II Listed former vicarage with an interesting history. According to its listing by Cadw it is a

“Late Georgian gentry house with probable earlier origins extended in the late C19th. The wing to SW was remodelled in the later C19 but may represent the oldest part of the house, possibly dating back to C17. The unusual position of the main entrance in the south front, the unbalanced plan form and the doorless E garden façade suggests that an earlier structure probably existed against which the current main house was constructed.
There are documentary references which may indicate that a house was built here c1800 though the character of the building suggests a somewhat later date. The house appears on the parish register of 1823 as a vicarage and school with 100 boys. The early C18th Welsh scholar Edward Richard is said to have had a room there, indicating a link with Ysgol Edward Richard, later St. John’s College, some 300m along the road.”

RECEPTION HALL Staircase to first floor

DRAWING ROOM 23′ 1″ x 18′ 4″ (7.04m x 5.59m)

DINING ROOM 16′ 8″ x 14′ 11″ (5.08m x 4.55m)

GARDEN ROOM 14′ 8″ x 5′ 7″ (4.47m x 1.7m)

SITTING ROOM 1410′ 12″ x 6′ (430.07m x 1.83m)

BREAKFAST ROOM 20′ 1″ x 14′ 7″ (6.12m x 4.44m)

KITCHEN 15′ 2″ x 9′ 3″ (4.62m x 2.82m)


CLOAKROOM WC: Washhand basin

UTILITY ROOM 15′ 9″ x 12′ 6″ (4.8m x 3.81m)


LANDING Staircase to upper floor

MASTER BEDROOM 20′ 11″ x 14′ 6″ (6.38m x 4.42m)

BEDROOM/STUDY 18′ 5″ x 16′ 8″ (5.61m x 5.08m)

BEDROOM 21′ 11″ x 12′ 1″ (6.68m x 3.68m)

BEDROOM 16′ 5″ x 9′ 9″ (5m x 2.97m)

BEDROOM 12′ 1″ x 7′ 9″ (3.68m x 2.36m)


BEDROOM 19′ 3″ x 14′ 9″ (5.87m x 4.5m)

BEDROOM 20′ 10″ x 15′ 6″ (6.35m x 4.72m)

BEDROOM 19′ 11″ x 10′ 1″ (6.07m x 3.07m)


ROOM 1 15′ 2″ x 14′ 3″ (4.62m x 4.34m)


ROOM 2 15′ 1″ x 14′ 3″ (4.6m x 4.34m)

STORE 16′ 6″ x 8′ 8″ (5.03m x 2.64m)


SERVICES Mains electric & water. Private drainage. Oil Central heating

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