A delightful smallholding in a pleasant rural setting, ideally suited to those looking for a lifestyle property
An attractive character residence affording 4 bedrooms
Set in the heart of the pretty Pembrokeshire countryside
Extending in total to 4 acres or thereabouts, including a young woodland and orchard a superb haven for wildlife
Only 3 miles from village amenities and 8 miles from the popular town of Narberth
Occupying a delightful countryside setting in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside yet within 3 miles or so of the A478 at Llandissilio which links the coastal town of Cardigan to Narberth in the south. The property is situated next to the popular Nant Y Cwm Steiner School The nearby villages of Maenclochog, Clunderwen and Llandissilio offer a range of local services whilst the larger town of Narberth is located some 8 miles from the property. Narberth has established itself as a very popular destination with locals and visitors to the area benefiting from an interesting array of services and amenities. These include traditional businesses such as butchers, bakeries and green groceries, as well as a more specialised range of clothes and gift shops. The town also has the benefit of a primary school, health centre, library, leisure centre and swimming pool together with a range of other sporting facilities including a prominent rugby club and a railway station.
Haverfordwest would be considered the administrative town of the county and is some 12 miles distant and has the benefit of a comprehensive array of commercial, recreational and educational amenities and facilities. Even though the property is in the countryside, the accessibility to the A40 which connects the larger towns of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen is within easy car driving distance. The M4 connection at Pont Abraham would be some 40 miles distant from the property.
There are good Road Links along the Main A40 from Haverfordwest to Carmarthen and the M4 to Cardiff and London as well as good Rail Links from Haverfordwest and Carmarthen to Cardiff, London Paddington and the rest of the UK.
From Narberth proceed on the A478 passing through the village of Clunderwen, continue through the village of Llandissilio taking the next left hand turning after the Angel Inn into Heol Y Llan. Continue on this road, at the first crossroads turn right, continue on this road for approximately a mile or so taking the next left hand turning. Continue on this road and you will reach a 5 road junction, take the first right hand turning and the property will be seen on the left hand side in approximately 2 miles or so.
Affording an attractive mosaic floor with stairs rising to the first floor and doors to:
With timber floor, radiator, dado rail and window to the rear. Arch from Dining Room to Kitchen. Door to utility room.
With shelving and storage and housing the Worcester oil fired boiler.
Enjoying a double aspect, affording a modern kitchen comprising a range of base and wall mounted units with complimentary work surface over incorporating a one and half bowl sink and drainer unit, tiled splash backs, Belling electric range style cooker, with hood over, built in dishwasher.
Enjoying a triple aspect, this is a lovely room to sit and relax with views to the rear over the land. The focal point of the room is the wood burning stove also including 3 radiators. Archway to Dining Room
Overlooking the land through large windows, enjoying rural views. Loft access and doors leading to:
With rural views. Original feature fireplace.
With radiator, window to the fore.
WC, wash hand basin and bath with Triton Ivory shower above. Fully tiled and with window to the rear.
With window to the rear, fireplace with mantle (fireplace has been covered), radiator
With radiator, covered fireplace, window to the rear with views over land.
One of the most attractive feature of the property is the land which lies mainly behind the house with open grassland together with domestic lawns, shrubs, raised beds, apple trees and cherry trees. The young orchard boasts 30 native species. Additional land is situated the other side of the road and is ideally suited for off road parking, as an additional garden or possibly a workshop/studio etc subject to the necessary planning being obtained. We understand that there was previously a static caravan on site.
We understand that the property has the benefit of mains electricity together with private water and drainage. Oil fired central heating system.
Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion (Legal adviser to confirm).
Local Authority: Pembrokeshire County Council
Property Classification: Band E, Annual Charge 2020/21 £1755.27 (Online enquiry only)
An excellent opportunity to purchase a delightful family home in a lovely rural setting which stands within 4 acres. To fully appreciate what this property has to offer an early inspection is strongly advisable.