Situated on the outskirts of the village and within easy driving distance of haverfordwest, the preseli hills and The beautiful north pembrokeshire coastline
price £365,000 o.N.O. Inclusive of fitted carpets, blinds & fixtures & fittings as specified in the sales particulars.
Services: We are advised that the property is serviced by - mains water (metered) & electricity. Private drainage Telephone installed. Broadband available.
Council tax: £1351.55 to march 2018 band e
viewing: Strictly by prior appointment with the sole selling agents All negotiations must be conducted through the offices of Fred Rees & Son.
Local authority: Pembrokeshire county council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire
The house is of traditional solid stone construction with rendered elevations under a tiled roof and has the benefit of Oil Fired Central heating, Double Glazed Windows and Solar Electricity. Externally the house stands within about 1 acre of lovely private, well maintained gardens and grounds together with multi-purpose Outbuildings all enjoying a private south, south westerly, open sunny aspect surrounded by unspoilt countryside with views over adjacent fields. Viewing is well recommended to anyone seeking a well maintained character property set within attractive private gardens.
The Accommodation is as Follows-
Ground Floor side entrance
Porch/Utility 8'8' (2.64m) by 6'9' (1.75) double glazed windows to front and side elevations. Slate flooring and slate window sills. Belfast sink unit. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Space for refrigerator. Window blinds. Part glazed door leads into-
modern fitted kitchen 15'6' (4.72m) by 15'4' (4.67m) modern led downlights. Modern terracota tiled floor. 1½ bowl sink unit. Full range of ash wood custom made base units, work tops and wall cupboards. Part tiled walls fitted miele dishwasher. Fitted 2 hob gas burner and de dietrich ceramic griddle.Extractor fan. Fitted oil fired rayburn providing cooking facilities, central heating and hot water. Granite work surfaces and ash custom made base units and wall cupboards. Rear and side windows. Power points. Telephone point. Connecting door to central hallway and door to dining room.
Dining room 18' (5.48m) by 14'10' (4.52m). Oak flooring. Attractive, original inglenook fireplace with oak beam above and natural stone walling. Recessed shelving. 2 wall lights. Radiator. Power points. Front window overlooking patio and gardens. Connecting door to central hallway.
Central Hallway with oak flooring. Radiator. Power point. Cupboard under stairs. Rear window. Access to loft. Stairs to 1st floor. Door to-
Front Conservatory 10'9' (3.28m) by 7'10' (2.39m) block built under a pitched tiled roof. Attractive slate flooring. Radiator. Power point. Front door leads out to patio and gardens.
Lounge 18'6' (5.64m) by 14'10' (4.52m) open beamed ceiling. Attractive slate fireplace with coloured coloured ceramic mosaic insets and recessed wood burning stove on a slate hearth. Recessed area. 2 radiators power points and telephone point. Front window.
Off the central hallway is a-
modern bathroom oak flooring. Oak panelled bath with tiled surround and shower above and screen. Fitted wash hand basin. W.C. Radiator. Long ladder style radiator. Mirrored medicine cabinet. Wide and deep marble window sill. Oak panelled door to a deep recessed shelved linen cupboard.
Wide staircase leads up to 1st Floor level
landing access to insulated loft with folding loft ladder and power point.
½ Tiled Modern W.C with corner wash hand basin. Radiator. Air extractor.
Bedroom 1 front double. Front window. 14'8' (4.47m) by 11'6' (3.5m) part beam ceiling. Modern down lighting. 2 wall lights. Large walk in wardrobe cupboard with hanging rails and shelving. Radiator. Power points. Recessed tiled shower cubicle.
Bedroom 2 12'3' (3.73m) by 7'3' (2.2m) front window. Radiator. Power points. Telephone point.
Bedroom 3 double 14'3' (4.34m) by 11'6' (3.5m) part beam ceiling. Front window. Radiator. Power points.
The property is situated on the outskirts of a small country village and approached over a quiet minor council maintained road. Pillared and double gated entrance leads into a spacious gravelled driveway, parking area and access to the Outbuildings and garden. Outside lights. Stand water taps. Oil tank.
Sited a short distance from the house are the Outbuildings which comprise a block built Building 78' long approx.. By 15' wide approx.. This building has water, electric light and power connected and is sub divided internally to provide an art room with a raised insulated pine floor and insulated walls. Sink unit. Strip lighting. Power points. Front window. The building is suitable for a variety of uses i.E. Office space, workshops, carpentry. In addition there is a workshop, Log Store and 4 Loose Boxes. Wide gated vehicle access leads into the gardens and grounds.
Gardens and grounds 1 acre approx..
One of the many appealing features of this property is the well-established mature, private, sheltered, south/south west facing garden that surrounds the house. Front slate patio area and gravelled pathway lead into the garden with an abundance of flowering shrubs, plants and young and mature trees. Gravelled sitting area adjacent to a small Pond and water feature. Natural stone walling and access leads into a large grass Paddock/Lawn area and a further established orchard with apple, pear and plum trees. There are two fine mature Sycamore trees providing shelter and shade. To the rear of the house is an established raised Vegetable Area, Soft Fruit Bushes and a Greenhouse.
The property is well located to take full advantage of the local scenery with a number of foot paths and bridleways nearby. There is an active local village community and good road access to the A40 coast road leading south to Haverfordwest and north to Fishguard Town and the Ferry Terminal to Ireland.
The solar panels average income over 5 years is £700 per annum providing substantial savings on electricity bills. The panels were commissioned from Heatslave- Cardigan which is owned by a chartered engineer
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