Floorplan for Lower Mountain Cottage Farm, Hayscastle

Property Details

An attractive 18 acre small holding set in the heart of rural Pembrokeshire yet only 15 minutes or so from the County town of Haverfordwest. Lower Mountain Cottage Farm comprises a 4 bedroom detached farmhouse that has been tastefully modernised and extended over the years together with a range of outbuildings and well maintained gardens. The summit of Plumstone Mountain, with its extensive views over the County and out towards St Brides Bay, is within walking distance of the property, just beyond its Southern boundary.

The lane leading to the property adjoins the B4330, from which access to North and central Pembrokeshire is particularly easy, with the vast sandy beach at Newgale less than 15 minutes away.

Living Room (3.70m x 3.60m)

Log burner on slate hearth with decorative oak mantle, feature beams, engineered oak flooring, sash window to front

Dining Room (3.80m x 4.90m)

Composite entrance door, log burner on slate hearth with feature oak mantle, engineered oak flooring, sash window to front

Kitchen (2.90m x 6.00m)

Contemporary kitchen with matching base and wall units with contrasting work surface, 1.5 bowl single drainer sink, Range style cooker, tiled flooring, sash window to rear, built-in storage cupboard housing hot water cylinder

Sun Room (2.20m x 7.00m)

uPVC double glazed units throughout, French doors leading to patio, utility area with plumbing for appliances, Worcester oil fired boiler, tiled flooring, rear entrance door

Bathroom (2.90m x 2.50m)

Panelled bath, hand basin over storage, shower in cubicle, close coupled lavatory, frosted sash window to side, part tiled walls, tiled flooring


Fitted carpet, sash window to front

Bedroom 1 (3.80m x 3.80m)

Double bedroom with feature fireplace on slate hearth, fitted carpet, sash window to front, timber door leading to walk-in wardrobe with access into attic storage

Bedroom 2 (3.70m x 3.60m)

Double bedroom with feature fireplace on slate hearth, fitted carpet, sash window to front, loft access

The following rooms have the potential to be separated from the main accommodation to provide an independent living space/annexe


Composite entrance door, fitted carpet

Office (3.00m x 3.00m)

Fitted carpet, sash window to front (previously a kitchen for the annexe)

Sitting Room (3.90m x 3.00m)

Log burner on slate hearth, dual aspect windows, fitted carpet

Bedroom 3 (2.90m x 2.10m)

Fitted carpet, window to rear

Bedroom 4 (2.90m x 3.00m)

Double bedroom with fitted carpet, window to rear

Shower Room

Pedestal hand basin, low flush lavatory, electric shower, frosted sash window to front, airing cupboard with electric hot water heater


The property is approached via a shared farm track leading to a gated entrance. There are well maintained lawns to the front and rear with the French doors from the sun room leading out onto a patio. To the Northern boundary is a successful vegetable patch and further well kept areas of lawn leading towards the hay barn.


A range of outbuildings accompany the property including; an external utility space housing water supply controls (3.1m x 2.5m), log store (7.1m x 3.4m), tool shed (4.2m x 3.9m), bike store (5.2m x 3.6m), general storage (4.3m x 3.3m), old calf barn/home gym (10.8m x 4.0m), car port/garage (8.0m x 4.6m), workshop (13.7m x 5.3m), large car port (9.2m x 8.4m), hay barn (18.2m x 9.7m). The old calf barn and adjoining outbuildings have the potential to be converted into residential dwellings, subject to planning consent.


18 acres of quality agricultural land is found to the South of the property, sloping gently upwards towards Plumstone Mountain

General Notes

Services: Private water supply and private drainage system, mains electricity, oil fired central heating
Tenure: Freehold
Local Authority: Pembrokeshire County Council
Tax Band: D


Strictly by appointment with R K Lucas & Son