* An attractive, renovated Semi Detached 2 storey stone built Character Private Residence with 2nd floor Studio/Loft Room.
* Spacious Character 1/2 Reception, 3/4 Bedroom and 2 Bath/Shower Room Accommodation.
* Oil Central Heating with a Multi-Fuel Stove back up, Double Glazing and Roof Insulation.
* Substantial Double Garage/Workshop 8.0 m x 6.0 m with First Floor Open Plan Loft Room 6.0 m x 6.0 m approx with potential (stp).
* Static 6 berth Caravan with services connected, Wood Shed 30' x 10' and a 60' x 18' Polytunnel.
* Half Acre Gardens and Grounds with Lawned areas and a Vegetable Garden with Fruit Trees and Fruit Bushes.
* One Acre Paddock with Willow Biomass Plantation and an Apple Orchard.
* Delightful rural location within a mile or so of the North Pembrokeshire Coastline at Pwllcrochan.
* Inspection strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide.
St Nicholas is a popular village which stands on the North Pembrokeshire Coastline some 5 miles or so North West of the Market Town of Fishguard.
Caersegan is the original Farmhouse to Caersegan Farm and was the northern wing to the Farmhouse. The Property stands on the Strumble Head Peninsula and is within a mile or so of the village of St Nicholas.
St Nicholas benefits from a Church and a Community/Village Hall. Within a short drive and within 5 miles or so is the Market Town of Fishguard which has the benefit of a good Shopping Centre together with a wide range of amenities and facilities which briefly include Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, a Building Society, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Take-Aways, Art Galleries, a Cinema/Theatre, Leisure Centre and a Supermarket.
The twin town of Goodwick is within 4 miles or so of the property and Fishguard Harbour, being close by, provides a Ferry Terminal for Southern Ireland. There is also a Railway Station.
The Pembrokeshire Coastline at Pwllcrochan is within a mile or so by foot and also within easy reach are the other well known sandy beaches and coves at The Parrog, Abermawr, Aberbach, Abercastle, Aberfelin, Porthgain, Traeth Llyfn, Abereiddy and Whitesands Bay.
The County and Market Town of Haverfordwest is some 15 miles or so South East.
Caersegan is approached over a 550 yard hardsurfaced Lane in off the St Nicholas to Trefasser council maintained district road.
From Fishguard, take the main A487 Road south west for in excess of 2 miles, passing through the hamlet of Panteg and a mile or so further on take the turning on the right at the crossroads, signposted to St Nicholas. Continue on this road for a mile and proceed through the village for the best part of half a mile and take the first farm lane on your right towards Caersegan. A 'For Sale' Board is erected at this point. A 550 yard hardsurfaced lane leads up to the Property and Caersegan is the last Property on the right hand side of the access lane.
Caersegan comprises a Semi Detached 3 storey building of solid stone construction with natural stone faced elevations and rendered elevations under a pitched composition slate roof. Accommodation is as follows :-
With double glazed (Douglas Fir) door to :-
Lounge (7.9m x 4.2m (25'11" x 13'9" ))
With a Canadian Maple solid wood floor, coloured natural stone walls, 3 double panelled radiators, Dowling multi-fuel stove (connected to domestic hot water and central heating system) on a slate hearth, 2 ceiling lights, ample power points, telephone point, electricity consumer unit, 2 Douglas Fir double glazed windows, double glazed door to Kitchen and double glazed double doors to :-
Office/Television Room/Bedroom (6.4m x 2.7m (20'11" x 8'10"))
With a double glazed hardwood painted window, Canadian Maple solid wood floor, ample power points, coloured natural stone walls, double glazed door to rear Garden, 3 ceiling lights, 2 double panelled radiators, plumbing and waste outlet for a kitchen sink and double glazed door to :-
Rear Hall/Utility Room (2.7m x 1.6m (8'10" x 5'2"))
With a painted screed floor, plumbing for automatic washing machine, Worcester freestanding Oil Boiler (heating domestic hot water and firing central heating), worktop/shelf, 4 power points, double glazed door to exterior and walled forecourt and door to:-
With painted Screed floor, Aquaboard clad wall and a natural stone wall, double glazed window, wall light, white suite of Wash Hand Basin and WC, Shower Cubicle with glazed shower door, Aquaboard walls and a Triton electric shower.
N.B. The Office/Television Room/Bedroom, Rear Hall/Utility Room and Shower Room could easily be a Self Contained Annexe for an Elderly Dependant, Teenager or even for Letting purposes.
Kitchen/Dining Room (5.5m x 3.1m (18'0" x 10'2"))
With a Canadian maple solid wood floor, radiator, bespoke Kitchen floor cupboards with shelves and a solid Oak worktop, inset single drainer 2 bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, electric (backup) hand hot water heater, triple glazed Larch window, plumbing for dishwasher, coloured natural stone walls, double glazed door to Garden, 14 power points, wiring for 4 wall lights, staircase to First Floor, Beko freestanding electric cooker with oven and grill and a 4 ring ceramic hob.
With Canadian Maple solid wood floor, coloured natural stone wall, ceiling light, wall light over stairwell and doors to Bedrooms and :-
With suite of Wash Hand Basin and WC, painted floor, ceiling light and an Aquaboard splash back.
Bedroom 1 (3.6m x 3.1m (11'9" x 10'2"))
Plus recess with built in Bunk Bed 6'6" x 3'0" (2 m x 0.9 m). With a Canadian Maple solid wood floor, 2 uPVC double glazed windows, 2 ceiling lights, double panelled radiator, coloured natural stone walls, ample power points and a fitted bunk bed.
Bedroom 2 (3.2m x 3.2m (10'5" x 10'5"))
With a Canadian Maple solid wood floor, Douglas Fir double glazed window, double panelled radiator, 2 niches, 4 power points, 2 wall lights, fitted shelves and a built-in Storage/Airing Cupboard with a pressurised hot water cylinder (thermal store) with 2 immersion heaters.
With a Canadian Maple solid wood floor, 2 power points, Velux window, coloured natural stone wall and staircase to Second Floor Studio/Loft Room.
Bedroom 3 (4.2m x 2.3m (13'9" x 7'6"))
With Canadian Maple solid wood floor, Douglas Fir double glazed window, radiator, ample power points, shelves, 2 wall lights and coloured natural stone walls.
Bathroom (3.2m x 2.0m (10'5" x 6'6"))
With ceramic tile floor, white suite of panelled Bath with shower attachment, Wash Hand Basin, WC and a glazed Shower Cubicle with Aquaboard walls, thermostatic shower and a Triton electric shower, heated towel rail/radiator, wall shelves, Velux window, fully tiled walls, 2 ceiling lights and hand painted (Treffynnon Pottery) wall tiles/towel hooks.
Studio/Loft Room (7.7m x 4.3m overall (25'3" x 14'1" overall))
With 3 Velux windows, 3 ceiling lights, 4 power points, a radiator, solid Spruce floorboards and a cold water header tank. Superb Coastal Sea Views to the West Pembrokeshire Coastline as well as Rural Views to Garn Fawr can be enjoyed from the Velux windows.
N.B. This room could easily be divided into 2 separate rooms.
There is a stone wall forecourt to the Property together with a corrugated door which leads to a Bin/Storage compound with access to a Store Shed and an Outside WC.
Adjacent to the Annexe and Kitchen at the rear is a large Garden area which extends to Half an Acre or thereabouts including Lawned areas, a Vegetable Garden which is screened and sheltered by a Willow hedge, Soft Fruit Bushes, Cherry and Apple Trees and a Polytunnel 60' x 18'. In addition, there is a substantial :-
Double Garage/Workshop (8.0m x 6.0m (26'2" x 19'8"))
Of cavity concrete block construction with rendered elevations under a pitched composition slate roof. There is a Double Garage/Workshop with 2 double glazed wooden double doors with electricity connected. An external stone staircase gives access to a :-
First Floor Open Plan Studio/Loft/Workroom (6.1m x 5.9m approx (20'0" x 19'4" approx))
Which has 2 Velux windows.
N.B. This building has potential for conversion to an Annexe to the Main Residence or even a Holiday Letting Cottage (subject to any necessary Change of Use and/or Planning Consents).
There is also a:-
Static 6 Berth Caravan
With Mains Water and Electricity connected.
Wood Shed (9.14m x 3.05m (30' x 10'))
Adjoining the Gardens and Grounds is a 1 Acre gently sloping Paddock which is planted with Willow Biomass Plantation as well as an Apple Orchard.
Distant west facing Coastal Sea Views as well as Rural Views to Garn Fawr can be enjoyed from the Land.
Adjacent to the wall forecourt are concrete hardstanding areas which allow for additional Vehicle Parking Space.
The boundaries of the entire Property are coloured red on the attached Plan which is not to Scale. In all the Property stands in One and a Half Acres or thereabouts.
Mains Water (metered supply) and Electricity are connected. Drainage is to a Sewage Treatment Plant which is shared by 7 other properties. Oil Central Heating. Multi-fuel stove which is also connected to the Domestic Hot Water and Central Heating system. Full Double Glazing. Roof and Loft Insulation. Telephone, subject to British Telecom Regulations. Broadband Connection.
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Rights Of Ways
Vehicular and Pedestrian Access Rights of Ways exist in favour of the Property over the 550 yard hardsurfaced lane off the Council Maintained District Road.
Caersegan is a One and a Half Acre 'Micro Smallholding' which stands in a delightful rural location within a mile or so of the popular village of St Nicholas and the North Pembrokeshire Coastline at Pwllcrochan. The Farmhouse has a wealth of character with many attractive features and being ideally suited for family or retirement purposes. Adjoining the Farmhouse is a large Garden which extends to half of an acre or thereabouts on which stands a substantial Detached Double Garage/Workshop with a Boarded Loft/Studio/Workroom over with conversion potential (Subject to Planning). There is also a 6 berth Static Caravan as well as a Wood Shed and a Polytunnel 60' x 18'. Adjoining the garden is a 1 Acre gently sloping Paddock which is in the main a Willow Plantation and an Apple Orchard from where Coastal Sea Views to the West Pembrokeshire Coastline as well as rural views to Garn Fawr can be enjoyed. The Property stands at Caersegan Farm where the original Farm Buildings have now been converted into 6 Cottages. Caersegan gives a purchaser a rare opportunity to acquire a Character Smallholding within close proximity of the North Pembrokeshire Coastline. It is offered 'For Sale' with a realistic Price Guide and early inspection is strongly advised.