Floorplan for Former Crundale United Reform Church

Property Details

The Former Crundale United Reformed Church is located on the edge of the popular mid-Pembrokeshire village of Crundale which itself is approximately 1.5 miles from the centre of the County town of Haverfordwest. Internally the property comprises an entrance porch, congregation area, first floor gallery, meeting room, kitchen and WC (accessed externally).

The original property was built in 1837 and rebuilt in 1872 and 1882 with further modifications taking place in 1930. The level site extends to just over 0.8 acres and includes a carpark area and graveyard.


With twin doors opening to...

Main Church (9.10m x 6.10m)

Decorative arched windows, fixed pews and pulpit

First Floor Gallery (2.40m x 6.10m)

Accessed via a single staircase and incorporating fixed pews

Meeting Room (5.10m x 6.60m)

uPVC double glazed windows and entrance door

Kitchen (2.50m x 2.90m)

Base units with double drainer sink and work surface


Accessed externally with low flush lavatory and hand basin



The main entrance to the property is approached via a pedestrian right of way over an adjoining access lane. A gateway opens to a concrete open area which in turn provides access to the adjoining graveyard. To the rear of the property is a large car park with direct access from the highway.

General Notes

Services: Services have been disconnected however the property previously had both mains electricity and water connection. We assume that the WC was once connected to some form of drainage but cannot confirm whether this was to the mains or a private system.
Tenure: Freehold
Local Authority: Pembrokeshire County Council