Tegryn, Llanfyrnach, Pembrokeshire

£499,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Virtual Viewing Available! An impressive smallholding comprising a magnificent period farmhouse with outstanding accommodation and character, a beautiful secluded rural location down a long track and excellent grazing land plus productive gardens and useful outbuilding/workshop, all amounting to approx 6.5 acres. The farmhouse has ample ground floor living space with selection of large rooms, whilst upstairs enjoys 3 generous double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Nearly all the rooms enjoy some type of stand out feature such as the large stone inglenook in the living room or the vaulted open beam ceiling in the main bedroom. Outside there are good size garden areas with many vegetable growing areas, plus a large top grazing field ideal for livestock. We highly recommend our viewing this country holding to see its many fabulous features and wonderful outside space. EER - D60

Situation

The property is situated in a wonderful rural setting down a part shared access track and enjoys being semi-secluded. The nearby village of Tegryn has some basic amenities to include a village pub and garage. The larger village of Crymych is roughly 5 minutes drive away and has a choice of shops, schooling and pubs. Within 10 minutes drive are the majestic Preseli Hills popular with those who enjoy walking or pony trekking. About 20 minutes drive away is the large town of Cardigan with an array of shops and services and the coast with wonderful beaches and walks.

Entrance Hall

10'8 x 5'2 (3.25m x 1.57m)

Front door opens into entrance hall, quarry tiled flooring, wide staircase rising to first floor with latched built-in storage cupboard to the side, radiator, panel doors open to:

Living Room

16'5 x 14'1 (5.00m x 4.29m)

Impressive inglenook fireplace with exposed stone feature walls and alcoves, multi-fuel stove, concealed spotlighting, slate flooring, exposed beams, dual aspect sash windows to front and side, built-in cupboards, radiator, panel door opens to:

Dining Room

18'3 x 13'8 (5.56m x 4.17m)

Inglenook fireplace, multi-fuel stove with slate surround and slate hearth, exposed beam, tiled floor, window, external door to side, radiator, door opens to:

Breakfast Room

22'3 x 6'9 (6.78m x 2.06m)

Quarry tiled floor, exposed beams, window to rear, radiators, space for table and chairs, doors open to study and utility, large opening leads through to:

Kitchen

14'1 x 6'5 (4.29m x 1.96m)

Comprising a bespoke wooden range of storage cupboards with matching work surfaces over, double Belfast sink unit, alcove for cooker, window to side, semi-vaulted ceiling with 3 Velux roof windows, quarry tiled flooring.

Sitting Room

14'3 x 12'3 (4.34m x 3.73m)

Feature fireplace with exposed stone arch, sash window to front, radiator, door opens back to hallway.

Utility

10'6 x 9'7 (3.20m x 2.92m)

Double-glazed window, plumbing for washing machine, radiator, cupboard housing a Grant oil fired boiler servicing the domestic hot water and central heating, latched door opens to:

Boot Room

10'6 x 9'9 (3.20m x 2.97m)

Double-glazed window, pedestal wash hand basin, power and lighting, external door to front, door to WC.

First Floor Landing

20'7 x 9'2 (6.27m x 2.79m)

Spindle balustrade, sash window to front, Velux roof window to rear, 2 radiators, built-in eaves storage cupboards, doors to:

Bedroom 1

15'6 x 13'10 (4.72m x 4.22m)

Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, wooden flooring, exposed stone inglenook chimney breast, dual aspect window to side, radiator.

Bedroom 2

14'1 x 13'8 (4.29m x 4.17m)

Exposed wooden floor, feature stone inglenook chimney breast, recess with feature fireplace, window to side, sash window to front, radiator, built-in wardrobe/hanging space.

Bedroom 3

14' x 9'5 (4.27m x 2.87m)

Exposed wooden flooring, sash window to front, radiator.

Bathroom

10'3 x 6'7 (3.12m x 2.01m)

Comprising bath with Mira electric shower over, WC, wash hand basin set in wooden vanity unit, Velux roof window, heated towel radiator.

Externally

The property is approached via a mature tree-lined part shared track which is owned by Llwynyrhwrdd Farm house and splits with a solely private section leading to the front and side of the house with a large area of hardstanding for parking and turning. Access leads to a WORKSHOP/OUTBUILDING 50' x 30' with 2 sets of double doors. Garden areas are found to the side of the house and laid mainly to lawn with stone walls, colourful plants & shrubs. Steps lead up to the front door with pathway around. Further steps lead up to further gardens and productive growing areas. Beyond the gardens you reach an excellent grazing field (roughly 5 acres) with water connection. Please note there is a small number of other properties that are visible from the farmhouse and are within fairly close proximity.

Services

We are advised mains electricity is connected. Private water. Private drainage.

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