CRYMYCH, Pembrokeshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A traditional detached house with approximately 2.19 acres which has been designed and established for wildlife, having a large pond plus variety of trees and plants with winding grass pathways. The house itself provides comfortable homely accommodation with lovely features and plenty of space, particularly for a family, with 3/4 double bedrooms, 2 reception rooms and 2 bathrooms. A stand out room the property boasts is situated at the back and is of an impressive size with delightful views over the mature grounds. Any buyer seeking a beautiful wildlife garden simply must visit this property. There is also a small workshop, summer house, potting shed and old stables within the grounds, and footings laid for a triple garage. This is a splendid home which needs to be viewed for full appreciation. EER - D62


The property is situated on its own between the villages of Crymych and Hermon in a rural area of North Pembrokeshire with plenty of green rolling countryside all around. The house sits slightly back off the road within a large plot and enjoys rural views from all aspects. The village of Crymych has good local amenities to include schooling, leisure facilities, small shops and places to eat. The spectacular rugged Preseli Hills make this area best known with their dramatic scenery and excellent walks. Towns such as Cardigan, Newcastle Emlyn and Narberth are within almost equal distances, making this a good centrally located rural area to live.


Frosted double glazed front door opens into:

Entrance Hall

Tiled floor, radiator, stairs to first floor, area to side of stairs with room for hanging coats and storing shoes. Wooden glazed doors open to:

Sitting Room

15'10 x 10'3 (4.83m x 3.12m)

Wood burning stove set on a slate hearth, exposed beam ceiling, double glazed window to front, radiator, wooden flooring.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room

15'9 x 10'1 (4.80m x 3.07m)

Fitted wall and base storage units with worktops over, 1 bowl single drainer sink, range cooker with 5 ring gas hob, extractor hood and stainless steel splashback, plumbing for washing machine, double glazed window to front, tiled floor, recessed ceiling downlights, radiator, built-in understairs storage cupboard, glazed door opens to:

Lounge / Diner

23' x 10'11 (7.01m x 3.33m)

Double glazed windows and external sliding patio doors to rear garden, radiators, exposed beam ceiling, double glaze door to:

Side Lobby

Tiled floor, double glazed external door to side, door opening to:

Shower Room

6'5 x 6'1 (1.96m x 1.85m)

Comprising a wet room style walk-in shower area with glass screen and dual headed shower unit, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel radiator, tiled floor, tiled walls, double glazed frosted window to rear, recessed ceiling downlights.

First Floor Split Landing

Spindle balustrade, doors open to:

Bedroom One

19'7 x 10'10 (5.97m x 3.30m)

Double glazed window to rear with superb rural views of the surrounding countryside and views over the established wildlife garden, Velux roof window to side with further similar views, eaves storage space, built-in wardrobe, radiators, door opens to:

Dressing Room/Bedroom Four

10'5 x 7'1 (3.18m x 2.16m)

Double glazed window to side. Potential here for an ensuite etc.

Family Bathroom

10'1 x 6'11 (3.07m x 2.11m)

Suite comprising of a corner bath with mixer shower over, corner shower cubicle with glass sliding doors, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, heated towel radiator, tiled floor, tiled walls, double glazed window to side, recessed ceiling spotlights.

Bedroom Two

10'3 x 8'4 (3.12m x 2.54m)

Double glazed window to front, radiator.

Bedroom Three

10'4 x 8'3 (3.15m x 2.51m)

Double glazed window to front, radiator.


5'3 x 5' (1.60m x 1.52m)

Double glazed window to front, access to loft space.


A side driveway leads around to the back and far side of the house where there is a large handstanding parking area for several vehicles and area where the triple garage was planned to be built (footings have been dug and laid). To the front is a smaller garden area which leads to a DETACHED WORKSHOP - 15'8 x 12' with windows to front and side and pedestrian door. The majority of the land is found at the rear and far side with a BRICK POTTING SHED - 11'5 x 7'6, OLD STABLES & STORAGE SHED - 20' x 10' and a useful CONTAINER STORAGE UNIT - 19'6 x 7'11 The extensive grounds are level, easy to access and provide a wonderfully established array of plants, trees and shrubs, a large pond and altogether provide and excellent habitat for an abundance of wildlife. The owners, who are the instigators of creating this wildlife area have very kindly prepared a details report on the biodiversity within the grounds, this is available from the agent upon request.


We are advised mains electricity and water are connected. Drainage to be confirmed. Oil fired central heating with external boiler servicing the domestic hot water and central heating.

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