R K Lucas & Son are jointly instructed with Messrs Edward H Perkins, Rural Chartered Surveyors in the sale of this property. Brynawel comprises an attractively designed detached two bedroomed bungalow enjoying an appealing location in the heart of rural Pembrokeshire just a quarter of a mile or so north of the hamlet of Haycastle Cross and with spectacular open rural views from all angles. The slightly larger village of Hayscastle is also nearby whilst the County town and administrative centre of Haverfordwest is some 1.5 miles to the south-west.
The property, which has an Agricultural Occupancy Restriction is of a 1960's design with rendered external elevations under an interlocking concrete tiled roof.
Enclosed Entrance Porch
Upvc double sealed entrance door tiled floor.
Entrance Hall (4.96m x 1.5m (16'3" x 4'11"))
Radiator, rear cupboard.
Sitting Room (Front) (5.3m x 4.10m (17'4" x 13'5"))
A pleasant outlook from two aspects. Pine suspended timber floor, radiator, fireplace.
Bedroom 1 (Front) (4.25m x 3.63m (13'11" x 11'10"))
Built in wardrobe with cupboard above, radiator.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room (5.24m x 4.81m max (17'2" x 15'9" max))
Enjoying spectacular rural views to the rear - with dining area and radiator, an attractive range of fitted base units with laminated work surfaces and wine bin recesses. Matching wall cupboard with corner display shelving, moulded sink unit with mixer tap. Fitted qa cooker and 4 ring propane gas hob, tiled splash back, airing cupboard with radiator.
Rear Porch And Utility (2.84m x 2.18m (9'3" x 7'1"))
Worcester Heatslave central heating boiler, radiator, single drainer sink unit, wall cupboard, double sealed rear entrance door and internal pedestrian access to the ...
Views ranging from the distant Preseli Hills to rocky coast outcrops. Radiator, built in wardrobe with cupboards above.
To the front of the property a double entrance gate opens to a wide concrete driveway and parking area with adjacent lawn.
To each side is a crazy paved terrace while at the rear is a further gravel and paved terrace with adjacent lawn, integral stores. In addition the property has an outside water stand point and Upvc oil storage tank.
The property is freehold.
Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Freemens Way, Haverfordwest, SA61 2TP.
Oil fired central heating. We believe that the property is connected to mains water, drainage and electricity although prospective purchasers should make their own specific enquiries.
The Planning Consent for the property as issued by Haverfordwest Rural District Council on 29 January 1968 requires that the occupation of the dwelling shall be limited to a person employed, or last employed, locally in agriculture as defined in Section 221 (1) of the Town & Country Planning Act 1962, or in forestry or a dependent of such a person residing with him (but including a widow or widower of such a person).
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