4 Bedroom Property With Land For Sale
Un Named Road, Bwlchygroes, Llanfyrnach, Pembrokeshire, SA35 0DP
425,000

Key Features

  • Classic 4 Bed Equestrian Smallholding
  • Stabling & Outbuildings
  • Sand Arena
  • Character Accommodation
  • Land Split Into 7 Paddocks
  • Gently Sloping Pastureland
  • Good Sized Rooms
  • Energy Rating: F

Summary

This is a superb 10 acre classic equestrian smallholding on the outskirts of Bwlchygroes village with a spacious 4 bedroom character farmhouse with far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. Briefly comprising, in the Farmhouse, a large boot / utility room with cloakroom off, kitchen, dining room, lounge, on the first floor there are 4 double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside the land is split into 7 similar sized paddocks with a field shelter, hay barn, pony stables (2), standard stables (2) with hardstanding areas adjacent, sand arena, garage / carport. Nicely laid out equestrian holding situated in a convenient position within walking distance to the local shop in Bwlchygroes.

Location

Bwlchygroes is a small upland rural village in the community and parish of Clydau, north Pembrokeshire, Wales, 5 miles (8 km) SW of Newcastle Emlyn and the same distance east of Crymych. There is a small convenience store in the village which also sells agricultural hardware.

Ground Floor

Accommodation

Entrance via stable-style door into:

Boot / Utility Room

9' 4'' x 24' 7'' (2.85m x 7.5m) Into Recess. With natural stone flooring, door through to lounge, space and plumbing for washing machine, tumble dryer etc, wall and base units with sink/drainer, two windows to the front, doors into kitchen and:

Cloakroom

With window to side, low level flush WC, small wash hand basin.

Kitchen / Breakfast room

9' 10'' x 15' 8'' (3.02m x 4.8m) With two windows to side and rear, a range of wall and base units with twin sink/drainer unit, "Everhot" electric cooker with double oven, extractor, tiled splash back, radiator, LPG wall-hung boiler, door through to:

Dining Room

15' 7'' x 14' 6'' (4.77m x 4.43m) With tiled flooring, two windows to side, staircase to first floor, multi-fuel "Morso" stove, radiator, door through to:

Lounge

12' 8'' x 19' 11'' (3.87m x 6.08m) A large room with UPVC double-glazed patio doors out to rear garden/patio area, tiled flooring, wood-burning stove, 2 radiators, door out to boot/utility room.

First Floor

Landing Area

With doors off to:

Bedroom 4

9' 11'' x 9' 1'' (3.03m x 2.79m) With window to rear providing superb views, radiator.

Bedroom 3

9' 6'' x 16' 6'' (2.92m x 5.05m) With two windows to side, again with views, radiator.

Bathroom

With window to the side, panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low-level flush WC, corner shower cubicle, radiator/towel rail.

Bedroom 2

10' 9'' x 12' 0'' (3.3m x 3.67m) With window to side, radiator.

Master Bedroom

11' 11'' x 15' 7'' (3.64m x 4.75m) With window to side, radiator.

Exterior

Externally

The property is accessed from a minor country lane via a gated entrance giving access to parking and garden areas. There is also a garage/carport and a wood/tool shed.

The Land

Amounting to some 9.86 acres all in which is split into 7 paddocks.

The Stables

29' 7'' x 13' 3'' (9.03m x 4.05m) External dimensions. 2 block-built stables 12' (3.66m) x 14' (4.27m) with concrete apron plus storage area (4.05m x 3.80m) to side which is of metal sheet construction.

Pony Stables

20' 2'' x 11' 11'' (6.15m x 3.65m) External dimensions. Of block construction with corrugated roofing split into 2 pony stables.

Sand Arena

67' 3'' x 127' 11'' (20.5m x 39m)

Hay Barn

11' 5'' x 19' 4'' (3.5m x 5.9m) Internal dimensions. Open fronted. Of metal sheet construction with corrugated roofing.

Field Shelter

11' 11'' x 17' 4'' (3.65m x 5.3m) Internal dimensions. Of timber construction with metal roofing.

Garage / Car Port

Wood / Tool Shed

Directions

From Newcastle Emlyn take the A484 towards Cardigan. In the village of Cenarth, turn left by the White Hart pub onto the B4332. Follow this road through New Chapel to the village of Boncath. In Boncath, where the B road bends to the right, turn left onto the road signed for Bwlchygroes. Follow the road to the village of Bwlchygroes and in the centre of the village turn left at the crossroads, opposite the chapel. Follow this road out of the village, past the old school on the right and Cas Gwynt is the next property on the left-hand side, denoted by our For Sale board.

General Information

Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre.

Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage (septic tank), LPG fired Central Heating.

Tax: Council Tax Band F, Pembrokeshire County Council (2018/19 - 1773.36)

Important Information

We have been advised that there is a public footpath which passes through the grounds belonging to this property.

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