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4 bedroom country house for sale

Glyn Meinog, Llanychlwydog, Pontfaen, Fishguard

Est. Mortgage £1,697 per month

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4 bedroom country house for sale

Glyn Meinog, Llanychlwydog, Pontfaen, Fishguard

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21 West Street Fishguard SA65 9AL
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Features

  • house
  • 4 bedrooms

Property details

* A delightfully situated 20 Acre Smallholding which stands in a private rural Location adjacent to Dinas Mountain and within 3.5 miles or so of the Coastal Village of Dinas Cross and within 5 miles or so of the Market Town of Newport.
* The Farmhouse comprises a Detached 2 storey building with 2/3 Reception Rooms, 4/5 Bedrooms, a Bathroom and Kitchen.
* Useful range of Outbuildings including a predominantly stone built Cow Shed with conversion potential (Subject to Planning), Implement/Hay Shed 60' x 25', a Cubicle Shed 40' x 20', Tool/Store Shed 12' x 10' and a Former Dairy 17'6" x 7' approx.
* 19.547 Acres or thereabouts of predominantly clean gently sloping Pasture Land with a south westerly aspect.
* 3 Acres of Wood and Scrub Land which includes a Pond.
* Private Location within three quarters of a mile or so of the Dinas to Pontfaen Council Maintained District Road.
* Early inspection strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide.

Situation - Glyn Meinog is a 20 Acre Smallholding which stands in a delightful Rural Location within 3.5 miles or so of the coastal village of Dinas Cross and within 3 miles or so (by car) of the hamlet of Pontfaen.

Pontfaen being close by has the benefit of a Public House, Primary School and a Church.

The popular Coastal Village of Dinas Cross is within a short drive and has the benefit of a good Village Store, 2 Public Houses, a Church, 2 Chapels, a Fish and Chip Shop Takeaway, a Petrol Filling Station/Post Office/Store and a Village/Community Hall.

The well known Market Town of Fishguard is some 7 miles or so north west and has the benefit of a good Shopping Centre together with a wide range of amenities and facilities including Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, Banks, Building Societies, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Cafes, Takeaways, Art Galleries, a Cinema/Theatre, Supermarkets and a Leisure Centre.

The well known and popular Coastal Town of Newport is within 5 miles or and has the benefit of a good range of Shops, a Primary School, Church, Chapels, Public Houses, Restaurants, Hotels, Cafes, Takeaways, Art Galleries, a Tourist Information Centre, a Memorial/Community Hall, Dental Surgery and a Health Centre.

The County and Market Town of Haverfordwest is some 18 miles or so south and has the benefit of an excellent Shopping Centre together with an extensive range of amenities and facilities including The County Council Offices and The County Hospital at Withybush.

There are good road links along the Main A40 from Fishguard to Haverfordwest and Carmarthen and the M4 to Cardiff and London as well as good rail links from Fishguard and Haverfordwest to Carmarthen, Cardiff, London Paddington and the rest of the UK.

The North Pembrokeshire Coastline at Pwllgwaelod is within 4 1/2 miles of the Property and also close by are the other well known sandy beaches and coves at Aberbach, Cwm-yr-Eglwys, Aberfforest, Aber Rhigian, Cwm, The Parrog and Newport Sands.

Glyn Meinog is approached off the Dinas to Pontfaen Council Maintained District Road over a Three Quarters of a Mile hardsurfaced track.

Directions - From Fishguard take the Main A487 Road east for some 4.5 miles and in the village of Dinas Cross proceed passed the Petrol Filling Station/Store and some 30 yards or so further on take the turning on the right, signposted to Gwaun Valley. Proceed on this road for in excess of 2 miles, ignoring the turning on the right and a third of a mile or so further on proceed over the cattle grid and a few hundred yards or so further on, the farm gate entrance (with the name Brwynant and Glyngarth) is on the right. A 'For Sale' board is erected at this point. A hardsurfaced track of in excess of Three Quarters of a Mile leads down to Glyn Meinog.

N.B. THE ACCESS TRACK LEADING TO THE PROPERTY OFF THE COUNCIL ROAD IS MORE SUITED FOR A SUV OR 4X4 VEHICLE.

Description - Glyn Meinog Farmhouse comprises a Detached 2 storey Dwelling of solid stone construction with coloured stone faced elevations and natural stone faced elevations under a pitched composition slate roof. Accommodation is as follows:-

Storm Porch - 1.60m x 1.22m (5'3" x 4'0" ) - With door to :-

Hall - 6.25m x 1.83m (maximum measurement) (20'6" x 6'0" - With ceiling light, mains smoke detector, telephone point, electricity meter and consumer units, staircase to First Floor, understairs cupboard and doors to Living Room and :-

Sitting Room - 3.91m x 3.20m (12'10" x 10'6" ) - With a double glazed sash window, tiled open fireplace, Dimplex storage heater, ceiling light, alcove with shelves and 4 power points.

Living / Dining Room - 4.65m x 3.91m (maximum measurement) (15'3" x 12'10 - With Inglenook Fireplace housing an oil fired Rayburn range (heating domestic hot water and cooking), Airing Cupboard with shelves housing a pre-lagged copper hot water cylinder and immersion heater, double glazed sash window, ceiling light, 5 power points and door opening to :-

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 4.24m x 2.41m (13'11" x 7'11" ) - With 2 double glazed windows, range of floor cupboards, inset single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, 6 downlighters, cooker box, 9 power points, vinyl floor covering, part tile surround and plumbing for automatic washing machine.

Bathroom - 3.20m x 2.44m (10'6" x 8'0" ) - With white suite of panelled Bath, Wash Hand Basin and WC, Dimplex wall mounted fan heater, double glazed sash window, wall mirror, extractor fan and ceiling light.

Split Level Quarter Landing - With double glazed sash window to rear.

First Floor -

Split Level Landing - With Dimplex storage heater, mains smoke detector and ceiling light.

Bedroom 1 - 3.96m x 3.18m (13'0" x 10'5" ) - With fitted carpet, double glazed sash window, access to an Insulated Loft, ceiling light, built in cupboard, display shelf and 2 power points.

Bedroom 2 - 3.94m x 3.18m (12'11" x 10'5" ) - With fitted carpet, double glazed sash window, ceiling light and 2 power points.

Bedroom 3 - 2.79m x 1.96m (9'2" x 6'5") - With fitted carpet, double glazed sash window, ceiling light and 2 power points.

Bedroom 4 - 4.27m x 2.51m (14'0" x 8'3" ) - With fitted carpet, sloping ceiling, 2 wall spotlights, double glazed gable window and 2 power points.

Store Room/Study/Bedroom 5 - 3.25m x 2.49m (10'8" x 8'2" ) - With fitted carpets, sloping ceiling, double glazed gable window, 2 wall spotlights and 2 power points.

Externally - There is a walled forecourt to the Property with a raised Flower Bed, Roses and a Slate Patio.

Outside Sensor Light.

Adjoining the Farmhouse is a :-

Cart House - 4.88m x 2.74m (16'0" x 9'0") - of stone construction with a pitched slate and corrugated cement fibre/asbestos roof. Adjoining at the rear is a :-

Store/Log Shed - 2.82m x 1.91m (9'3" x 6'3") - of stone construction with a slate roof.

There is a concrete Path surround to two sides of the Property and within close proximity is an :-

Old (Derelict) Cottage - 6.55m x 3.96m (internal measurement) (21'6" x 13' - Of stone construction which has the remains of an Inglenook.

Adjacent to the Farmhouse at the fore is a Concreted and Hardsurfaced Yard and a range of Outbuildings as follows:-

Old Cowshed - 16.76m x 4.34m (55'0" x 14'3" ) - Of solid stone construction with pitched slate and corrugated cement fibre/asbestos roof.

Former Dairy - 5.33m x 2.13m0.00m (17'6" x 7"0") - Of concrete block construction with a corrugated iron roof.

Cubicle Shed - 12.19m x 6.10m (approximate measurement) (40'0" x - Of concrete block and timber construction with Yorkshire board cladding under a box profile roof.

Implement/Hay/Store Shed - 18.29m x 7.62m (60' x 25') - Of concrete block and steel stanchion construction with box profile cladding to 3 sides of the Shed under a box profile roof.

Tool/Store Shed - 3.66m x 3.05m (12'0" x 10'0" ) - Of stone construction with a corrugated iron roof.

The Land in total extends to 19.547 Acres or thereabouts and is, in the main, down to Permanent Pasture and being gently sloping with a south westerly aspect. Of the total acreage, there is approximately 3 Acres or thereabouts of Wood and Scrub Land which includes a Pond. The boundaries of the Property are coloured red on the attached Plan to the Scale of 1/2500.

The Property is approached over a Hardsurfaced track which is in excess of Three Quarters of a Mile off the Dinas Cross to Pontfaen Council Maintained District Road.

Services - Mains Electricity connected. Private Water Supply from a Spring on adjoining Land. Drainage to a Septic Tank. Partial Economy 7 Electric Heating. Oil fired Rayburn Range (heating domestic hot water and cooking). Softwood Double Glazed Windows. Telephone, subject to British Telecom Regulations. Loft Insulation.

Tenure - Freehold with vacant possession upon Completion.

Rights Of Ways - Vehicular and Pedestrian Access Rights of Ways exist in favour of the Property over the Track off the Dinas Cross to Pontfaen Council Maintained District Road as far as point A on the Plan. Vehicular and Pedestrian Access Rights of Ways exist over the track (which is classified as a Bridle Way) between points A,B, C, D and E on the Plan in favour of a neighbouring Property, known as Glyngarth. The Access Track leading to the Property off the Dinas Cross to Pontfaen Council Maintained District Road is also classified as a Bridle Way.

Remarks - Glyn Meinog is a delightfully situated (private) 20 Acre Smallholding which stands within close proximity of Dinas Mountain from where delightful rural views can be enjoyed. The Property benefits a spacious Detached 2/3 Reception and 4/5 Bedroom Farmhouse in need of modernisation and refurbishment, a useful range of Outbuildings and approximately 20 Acres or thereabouts of Land of which there is approximately 16 Acres of Pasture Land and 3 acres or thereabouts of Wood and Scrub Land which includes a Pond. Smallholdings of this nature are few and far between and early inspection is strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide.

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