Floorplan for Glandwr, Whitland
EPC Graph for Glandwr, Whitland

Property Details

Set on a gently sloping hillside with outstanding rural views, in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside just one mile from the pleasant rural hamlet of Glandwr and some 3 miles from the towns of Crymych, and 10 miles from Whitland.

This traditional stone built farmhouse must surely be visited in order that its fine setting may be fully appreciated. The main building is of traditional part rendered stone construction under a slate roof and incorporates hardwood framed double sealed windows throughout, an oil fired central heating system together with many fine traditional features including inglenook fireplace with adjacent bread oven and pig smokery, beamed ceilings, natural stonework and original panelled walls.

Entrance Porch

Hardwood stable entrance door, 2 x hardwood double glazed windows to side, tiled floor

Living room (8.5 x 4.0)

Large open plan living space, pine wood flooring, multi fuel burner to one end, inglenook fireplace with multi fuel burner and adjacent bread oven and pig smokery to the other, beamed ceilings, natural stonework, 3 hardwood double glazed windows to front and stair with under stairs storage

Kitchen (10.6 x 1.8)

Bespoke oak base and walls units, electric oven and hob, double bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, Belfast sink, original pig saltery slab slate work surface, 2 stable doors to garden, 2 hardwood double glazed windows to rear and 1 to side, part tiled walls, tiled floor and floor standing boiler

Lean to/utility area (3.5 x 1.6)

Stable door entrance from rear garden, Belfast sink, 2 hardwood double glazed windows to side, tiled floor, separate toilet cubicle containing low flush W.C and pedestal hand basin with window to front

Bedroom 1 (5.1 max x 4.1)

Large double with original feature stonewall and decorative fireplace, build in wardrobe and cupboards, hardwood double glazed windows to front and side, loft access

Bedroom 2 (4.1 x 3.1)

Large double with hardwood double glazed window to front, loft access

Bedroom 3 (3.4 x 2.0)

Original feature stonewall, hardwood double glazed window to rear, large eave storage area, loft access

Shower room (3.8 x 1.9)

Electric shower in cubicle, pedestal hand basin, low flush W.C, vinyl flooring, part tiled walls, hardwood double glazed window to rear, eaves storage housing water tank, loft access


To the front of the property is a patio area with large lawn garden sloping down below and natural spring to one corner.
To the side is another large garden currently used as a vegetable patch with well kept plants and shrubbery.
The rear garden includes a large concrete area with multiple sheds and greenhouse with electricity supply, steps lead up to the rear lawn.
All the gardens benefit from the stunning rural views and are very well kept.


The old milking parlour (4.5m x 4.1m), the old stables (5.0m x 4.1m) and the old forge (10.2m x 4.1) are all of traditional stone construction under a slate roof and have many potential uses. All incorporate hardwood windows and stable doors.
The old pig sty (10.2m x 4.9m) and granary (4.3m x 2.1m) are mainly traditional stone construction with metal supports and roof added to cover the sty.
2 Dutch barns stand behind the original stone outbuildings.
All the outbuildings have a water and electricity supply.

The Land

Approx. 51 acres. The bulk of the land is set in a variety of small enclosures and has been used for grazing purposes for many years. Fencing is good and water supplies are available in part.

General Notes

Services: We are advised mains electricity, private water supply, private drainage with oil fired central heating
Tenure: Freehold
Local Authority: Pembrokeshire County Council
Tax Band: E

Viewing: By appointment with R K Lucas & Son


From Haverfordwest take the A40 trunk road towards Carmarthen, approximately 10 miles east turn left at the main road roundabout towards Crymych and Cardigan proceed through the villages of Clunderwen and Llandisilio and continue for some 6 miles or so until you see a turning right signposted Glandwr.