Cippyn, Nr St Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Situated less than a mile from Poppit Sands beach, a unique opportunity to acquire this coastal national parks property comprising a semi-detached 3 bedroom cottage, adjoining stone outbuilding and adjoining self contained flat. The cottage boasts a wealth of charming character features and benefits from PV panels and solar panels with feeding tariff. The flat would make an excellent holiday or longer term let or even a work/hobby studio, and the outbuilding has excellent potential for converting subject to planning/regulations and park approval. There are large mature gardens with many established fruit and ornamental trees, ample off road parking and a paddock which would suit rough grazing or kept for wildlife. Viewing is recommended to appreciate the coastal location, excellent views and potential on offer. EER - tbc


The area to which the property is situated is known as Cippyn, a sought after coastal location within the national park and is close to the sandy beach at Poppit and coastal footpath. This property is less than a mile to the beach and is ideally placed up a no through road away from the main roads. The near by village of St Dogmaels provides places to eat and drink, whilst the larger market town of Cardigan is also close by and has a good choice of everyday shops, supermarkets, health and leisure facilities.

The Cottage


15'6 x 7'8 (4.72m x 2.34m)

Enter via double glazed front door, double glazed windows enjoying superb far reaching country views, tiled flooring, radiator, door to:

Entrance Area

Tiled flooring, space for hanging coats, stone and timber wall, opening to:

Dining Room

14'5 x 13'11 (4.39m x 4.24m)

Impressive inglenook with multi-fuel stove set on a tiled hearth with beam over, double glazed internal window to front, exposed ceiling beams, stairs to first floor, feature exposed stone walls, radiator, door to lounge, opening to:


17'3 x 5'11 (5.26m x 1.80m)

Part exposed stone walls, exposed feature timbers, wall and base units with worktops over, 1 bowl single drainer sink, 4 ring gas hob with single oven, plumbing for dishwasher, radiator, tiled flooring, double glazed window to rear, doors to:


8'11 x 6'2 (2.72m x 1.88m)

Exposed beams, butler sink, plumbing for washing machine, wall and base units with worktops over, tiled flooring, double glazed window to rear.

Rear Porch

7'2 x 3'8 (2.18m x 1.12m)

Double glazed windows, external door, tiled flooring.


14'2 x 10'3 (4.32m x 3.12m)

Fireplace housing gas fired stove set on tiled hearth with beam over, exposed beams, stone walls, double glazed window to front, radiator.

First Floor Landing

17'4 x 5'2 (5.28m x 1.57m)

Spindle balustrade, radiator, double glazed window to rear, access to loft, doors to:

Bedroom One

13'11 x 10' (4.24m x 3.05m)

Double glazed window to front enjoying superb country views, shelving recess, radiator.

Bedroom Two (L-Shaped)

13'11 x 12'2 (4.24m x 3.71m)

Double glazed window to front enjoying far reaching country views, storage cupboard over inglenook chimney breast, radiator, area housing hot water cylinder with immersion.

Bedroom Three

10'3 x 7' (3.12m x 2.13m)

Double glazed window to rear, radiator.


10'3 x 6'10 (3.12m x 2.08m)

Comprising WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bath with shower over and screen, part tiled walls, tiled flooring, radiator, frosted double glazed window to rear, built-in storage cupboards.


The cottage enjoys PV solar panels which provide a regular income via a contracted feeding tariff, oil fired central heating via an external conventional boiler found at the rear of the property, LPG gas connection for cooking and fireplace, mains water and electricity with private drainage.

Stone Outbuilding (Studio)

Known as the studio as the current owner once used this building as a pottery, being of stone built structure with a pitched roof. Comprising 2 rooms, ROOM ONE 22'5 x 14'7 with double wooden doors opening to the front, window to front, door to rear, power and lighting connected and door leading to room two. ROOM TWO 11'5 x 14' with window to front, power and lighting connected and wall mounted control panel for the PV solar panels.

The Flat

This building adjoins the stone outbuilding/studio at the end of the row and has its own council tax band rating. The current owner has used this as a rental but equally could be a holiday let/hobby/work studio. The flat provides as follows:


10'3 x 5'9 (3.12m x 1.75m)

Main entrance door, fitted cupboards, sink unit, tiled flooring, gas hob, radiator, access to a loft room via fixed ladder, doors to:

Ground Floor Room One

14'4 x 6'10 (4.37m x 2.08m)

Double glazed window to front, radiator, exposed beam ceiling.

Ground Floor Room Two

10'5 x 5'4 (3.18m x 1.63m)

Double glazed window to front, radiator, exposed beam ceiling.

Shower Room

Shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, tiled flooring, frosted window to rear.

Loft Space

14'4 x 13' (4.37m x 3.96m)

Double glazed window to front, radiator. This loft conversion was completed after the ground floor accommodation was passed and has been like this for a considerable number of years.


We are advised mains water and electricity are connected to the flat with private drainage, oil fired central heating via an external combination boiler situated at the rear of the property and LPG gas cylinder connection for heating.


The property enjoys its own hard standing off road parking space. Please note the adjoining neighbouring property has shared access to the parking area with permission for parking one vehicle only. The gardens extend from the front to the far side where the bulk of grounds are found, comprising large lawned areas with numerous trees, apple trees, ornamental trees, shrubs, hedges and plants. Adjoining the flat is a OLD PIG STY currently used as a wood storage area, there is also a GREENHOUSE , SHED and USEFUL DETACHED STONE BUILT SHED/WORKSHOP 13'5 x 8' with power and lighting connected. There is a further hard standing area for parking found in front of the front garden where there is a lay-by which leads to the paddock. The paddock amounts to approximately 1 acre or thereabouts, being of generally rough grazing with further well established specimen/ornamental trees. This area has primarily been left to benefit wildlife habitat but could also be used for rough general grazing of sheep/livestock.

Council Tax

The Cottage - Band D

Flat - Band A

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