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  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Country Farmhouse
  • Immaculately Styled
  • Four Bedrooms
  • 21.867 acres
  • Stone Outbuildings
  • Pasture Fields/Wet Marshland
  • Rural Village Location
  • EPC Rating: D

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Penrhiw is a smallholding of approximately 19.33 acres, comprising the main farmhouse, immaculately presented with a wealth of style and character, five stone built outbuildings, which are ripe for conversion (subject to necessary planning consents), hayshed, freestanding shed, gardens and 19 acres of pasture fields, Wet Marsh and Woodland, all of which enjoy spectacular views of the Pembrokeshire countryside. Nestled above the village of Pontfaen, Penrhiw enjoys a rural location yet is just 3.5 miles from the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline at Newport, and offers a range of opportunities, from business potential to ‘living the good life’ in rural Pembrokeshire, therefore viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the quality of accommodation offered and lifestyle available.


Fishguard is a popular market town and ferry port on the Pembrokeshire coastline. There is a wide variety of shops, restaurants and a newly built library and leisure centre in the town centre. Fishguard Harbour is the site of the planned new Marina development, is a short distance from Fishguard. The train station has re-opened and now offers excellent communication links.

The medieval town of Newport is known as 'the jewel in the crown' of North Pembrokeshire - The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path runs through Newport's bondaries giving stunning views of Dinas Island, Morfa Head, Carningli Mountain and Newport Bay.

The two largest beaches are Traeth Mawr (Big Beach, or Newport Sands) on the northern side of the Nevern Estuary, and The Parrog, ever popular with boat enthusiasts, on the south side. The Nevern Estuary is teeming with wildlife and birds.
Carningli Mountain stands to the south of Newport, with standing stones, ancient forts and hut circles.
The town also boasts an historic castle and parish church, and a wide range of shops to cater for every need. There are also fine restaurants and several pubs, as well as a tourist information centre.

Newport is known today for its beaches, for the Carreg Coetan Arthur burial chamber and for the West Wales Eco Centre. The town also lies on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, has a youth hostel and is popular for walks in the Preseli Hills. Carn Ingli hill, home to an Iron Age hillfort and some Bronze Age hut circles lies just outside the town.

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The Farmhouse

Originally built in 1880, the main farmhouse has been and renovated to an exceptional standard, providing stylish country living combined with a quality of finish and attention to detail expected of modern day living, with features such as cottage style doors, quartzite stone tiled flooring, engineered oak flooring, double glazing throughout, exposed stone walls, log burner and an Iroko hardwood double glazed sun room with Brazilian green slate flooring.

Porch (1.12m x 1.60m (3'8" x 5'3"))

UPVC obscured double glazed door to front, tiled flooring, movement sensor lighting, wooden ceiling beams, wooden framed glazed window and door to:

Kitchen/Dining Room (3.91m x 8.84m max (12'10" x 29'0" max))

American oak fronted base and eye level units with worktop over and tiled splash backs, integrated four ring hob with oven and grill below and extractor chimney above, stainless steel single drainer one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap, space for under counter fridge and freezer, two UPVC double glazed windows to front with oak window sills, thermostat, quartzite stone tiled flooring, ceiling spotlights, non tested smoke alarm, wooden ceiling beams, feature painted stone wall with recess, opening to:

Lounge (7.92m x 3.94m (26' x 12'11"))

UPVC double glazed window to side, UPVC double glazed window to sun room, exposed stone inglenook with multi fuel burner with original wood beam mantle, made to measyure oak staircase with under stairs cupboard below, ceiling spotlights, wooden ceiling beams, thermostat, quartzite stone tiled flooring, telephone point, TV point, door to:

Sun Room (2.87m x 4.88m (9'5" x 16'))

Iroko hardwood double glazed windows to side and rear with french doors to rear, Brazilian green slate tiled flooring, tinted glass to roof, wall light.

Utility (2.11m x 3.96m (6'11" x 13'))

Wood effect base units with worktop over and tiled splash backs, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for condensor tumble dryer, stainless steel single drainer sink with swan neck mixer tap, hardwood double glazed window to side, hardwood double glazed door to rear, tiled flooring, non tested smoke alarm, ceiling spotlights, thermostat, coat hooks, door to:

Shower Room (1.85m x 2.11m (6'1" x 6'11"))

Corner shower cubicle with waterfall and hand held showers, low level wc, vanity wash hand basin with tiled splash backs, chrome heated towel rail, hardwood double glazed window to side with quartzite sill, tiled flooring, extractor fan, ceiling spotlights.

First Floor Landing (3.76m x 3.07m approx (12'4" x 10'1" approx))

Hardwood double glazed window to side at split stairway level, UPVC double glazed window to side with oak sill, radiator, telephone point, oak flooring, access to loft hatch, non tested smoke alarm, ceiling spotlights, thermostat, feature oak beam, doors leading off to:

Bedroom (3.51m x 3.94m (11'6" x 12'11"))

UPVC double glazed window to side with oak sill, radiator, ceiling spotlights, partial ceiling beams, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and slatted shelving, door to en suite.

The furniture in this room is included in the sale.

En-Suite Shower Room (2.08m x 2.69m (6'10" x 8'10"))

Bespoke low level wc and vanity wash hand basin unit with cupboards below, worktop over and cream gloss tiled splash backs, offset quadrant shower cubicle with waterfall and hand held showers over, shaver point, ceiling spotlights, extractor fan, dual fuel chrome heated towel rail, wood vinear stone effect tiled flooring, hardwood double glazed sash window to side with quartzite sill.

Bedroom (3.96m x 2.97m approx (13' x 9'9" approx))

UPVC double glazed windows to front with oak sill, oak flooring, radiator, ceiling spotlights.

Bedroom (3.96m x 2.90m (13' x 9'6"))

UPVC double glazed windows to front with oak sill, oak flooring, radiator, ceiling spotlights.

Bedroom (2.95m x 2.46m (9'8" x 8'1"))

UPVC double glazed windows to front with oak sill, oak flooring, radiator, ceiling spotlights.

Bathroom (2.08m x 3.15m (6'10" x 10'4"))

Steel enameled bath with twin grips, bespoke low level wc and vanity wash hand basin unit with cupboards below, worktop over and cream gloss tiled splash backs, shaver point, ceiling spotlights, extractor fan, dual fuel chrome heated towel rail, hardwood double glazed sash window to side with quartzite sill.


The property is approached by a gated driveway leading to a open parking area with lawn surround, a stone built carthouse and store shed to the side and access to the rear yard and fields beyond.

To the front of the house is a lawned garden with flower borders and central pathway, with side access to a further lawned garden to the side of the property, with mature trees and hedgerow borders and oil tank to the rear corner.

Stone Outbuildings

These stone built outbuildings comprises of the former cowshed, stables and original farmhouse of the smallholding, and are ripe for conversion, subject to necessary planning consents.

The Land

The smallholding measures approximately 19.33 acres, which includes several pasture fields and wet marsh and a private water supply.

Rear Yard And Hay Barn

To the rear of the stone outbuildings is a concrete yard with access to a haybarn with two lean to's attached, and a freestanding shed measuring approximately 45' x 20'.

General Information:

Viewing: By appointment only via the Agents.
Tenure: We are advised freehold
services: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.
Tax: Band 'E'

The property is supplied by private drainage.

Important Information

We would like to point out that our photographs are taken with A digital camera with A wide angle lens. These particulars have been prepared in all good faith to give a fair overall view of the property. If there is any point which is of specific importance to you, please check with us first, particularly if travelling some distance to view the property. We would like to point out that the following items are excluded from the sale of the property: Fitted carpets, curtains and blinds, curtain rods and poles, light fittings, sheds, greenhouses - unless specifically specified in the sales particulars. Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or otherwise. Services, appliances and equipment referred to in the sales details have not been tested, and no warranty can therefore be given. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on such matters prior to purchase. Any areas, measurements or distances are given as a guide only and are not precise. Room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings.

Other Services Available

We recommend that all buyers should have a Survey done on a property before they buy it. Please ask staff in our office if you would like us to recommend a Surveyor who could undertake this work for you. We can also give you details of professionals who can undertake Conveyancing, or provide Independent Financial Advice

Offer Procedures

All enquiries and negotiations to West Wales Properties: We have an obligation to our vendor clients to ensure that offers made for the property can be substantiated. One of our panel of financial consultants, will speak to you to 'qualify' your offer.


Agents Viewing Notes

Please note that there is important information relating to the property that we need to discuss with you prior to your viewing this property. Please ask our staff for further details.

Floor Plans

Any floorplans provided are included as a service to our customers and are intended as a guide to layout only. Dimensions are approximate. Do not scale.


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Local Amenities

  • " role="presentation" aria-hidden="true"> Ysgol Llanychllwydog 0.4 miles
  • " role="presentation" aria-hidden="true"> Ysgol Bro Ingli 3.3 miles
  • " role="presentation" aria-hidden="true"> Fishguard Harbour 5.7 miles
  • " role="presentation" aria-hidden="true"> Fishguard Ferry Terminal 5.8 miles

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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
5th May 2017 £675,000 First listed

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