The property is of traditional mainly solid stone construction under a slate main roof and has partial double glazing. The interior offers spacious character accommodation which has seen better days and as a result, significant renovation is required, yet features include a number of exposed beam ceilings and a traditional feature inglenook recess.
with understairs store.
with inglenook recess, beams to ceiling.
incorporating a rayburn unit which has not been used for some time;
to the front of the kitchen is a ...
Hardwood double sealed.
To the rear, with tiled floor. Separate wc.
From the main Hall a staircase rises to the main Landing
with ensuite Bathroom and wc. (2.6m x 1.5m)
having airing cupboard and wc.
We believe that the boundaries identified on the attached Plan are correct although these should be confirmed prior to exchange of contracts.
The property is set in contoured and undulating gardens and grounds offering a significant degree of privacy and incorporating paddocks at the rear. The main vehicular entrance leads to a large gravelled parking area and turning bay with the detached and rather extensive stone built outbuilding adjacent, which has planning permission for conversion (20/0542/PA). Beyond are pretty lawns and shrubberies which extend around to the eastern side of the property. To the rear - and incorporating a separate vehicular access to the road are the grazing paddocks. There is a right of way over the paddock to the field beyond, but this has not been used for around 25 years.
Tenure: The property is freehold.
Local Authority: Pembrokeshire County Council.
Services: We understand that mains water, drainage and electricity are available. Central heating to be upgraded.
Council tax Band: G
Viewing: By appointment.