This converted former mill for sale has views of the River Cleddau and includes its own stables and treehouse. 

Rhydowen Mill, near Llandysul, is a historic mill sitting in three and a half acres of land bordering the River Cleddau. 

The property is entered through a stable-style door into an entrance hall with a Georgian-style window, a beamed ceiling and Suffolk latch doors. 

The kitchen and dining room, leading to the sunroom. (Fine & Country)

The kitchen and dining room features exposed stone and an open beam ceiling, along with a Rangemaster cooker and an oil-fired Rayburn. 

Adjoining the kitchen is a south-facing sunroom, while on the other side of the entrance hall is a living room with a feature arch and an inglenook fireplace with a wood-burning stove, a kettle crane and a quarry tiled hearth.  

Steps lead down to the lower ground floor, with a basement, workshop and garage area, a cloakroom, a utility room and a basement shower room. 

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The feature fireplace in the living room. (Fine & Country)

Upstairs, the first floor landing has the potential to be used as a study area with a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. 

There are three bedrooms, a ‘bunk’ room with fitted bunk beds, a bathroom and a cloakroom on this level, with vaulted ceilings throughout and country views from the principal bedroom. 

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The principal bedroom of the property. (Fine & Country)

Outside, there is a gated entrance with an enclosed frontage, which includes car parking space. 

To the front, there is a garden area with ornamental trees and a patio space, while to the rear, the gardens are mostly laid to lawn and benefit from village and countryside views. 

Also in the grounds is a large lake, a detached granary, stables and a treehouse. 

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The mill's former machinery remains in the grounds. (Fine & Country)

The property is being sold by Fine & Country for a guide price of £525,000.

The agent said: “Fine and Country West Wales are delighted to bring the character Rhydowen Mill onto the open market. 

“This unique three bedroom detached mill sits in approximately three and a half acres of mature gardens and offers new owners the opportunity to live in a historic building close to Llandysul and within the small village of Rhydowen.

“The property itself offers elevated living accommodation with three good sized bedrooms, with potential to adapt/large the accommodation on the ground floor. 

“The property has various historical features dating back to when the property was a working mill for the area along with now defunct hydro-electric machinery.

“Additionally, the property has some useful stabling, a recently formed pond, as well as bordering the River Cleddau to the left and bottom fields.”