An opportunity to acquire a superb 4 bedroom SMALLHOLDING (with 2 attic rooms - conversion potential subject to any necessary consents) finished to a very high standard throughout with far reaching views situated in the midst of the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. Briefly comprising a large lounge with folding doors, large kitchen / diner, utility, snug/sitting room, office / study, garden room, cloakroom, on the first floor 4 bedrooms (master en-suite) and a family bathroom, on the second floor two attic rooms. Outside there is just under 10 acres of pastureland with the house centrally positioned within it, a large modern outbuilding suitable for a variety of uses. It is quite rare to find recently built houses with land in the open countryside........this is such a fine example !
This property is located off a minor country lane between the villages Tegryn and Glogue. Tegryn is the larger of the two villages and benefits from a primary school, garage and public house. There are bridleways in the local area. The village of Crymych has a larger range of amenities with secondary school, leisure centre, garage and small range of shops and eateries.
Entrance via obscured double-glazed door into:
With double-glazed windows to both sides, tiled flooring, door into:
With staircase to first floor, tiled flooring, controls for the under-floor heating, door into:
11' 6'' x 9' 8'' (3.51m x 2.95m) With double-glazed window to the front, door to:
12' 4'' x 11' 8'' (3.78m x 3.56m) With double-glazed panels around providing far-reaching views over the surrounding countryside, tiled flooring.
20' 8'' x 14' 11'' (6.32m x 4.55m) With a good range of oak wall and base units with work surfaces over, integrated "NEF" dishwasher, fridge/freezer, drinks fridge, sink/drainer unit, space for cooker with cooker hood & glass splash-back, double-glazed window to rear and French doors, again with views over the surrounding countryside, tiled flooring, spot-lighting, part-tiled walls, glazed doors leading to lounge, door into utility.
9' 3'' x 7' 8'' (2.84m x 2.36m) With double-glazed window and door to outside, a range of base units with work surfaces over, space and plumbing for washing machine, wall-mounted "Worcester" boiler serving the domestic hot water and central heating, tiled flooring, door into:
9' 8'' x 3' 10'' (2.95m x 1.19m) With obscured double-glazed window, wet-room style shower with screen, tiled walling, wash hand basin, low level flush WC, spot-lighting.
26' 0'' x 16' 2'' (7.95m x 4.95m) With feature 6-panel folding double-glazed doors looking out to the large patio area and providing panoramic views over the surrounding countryside, tiled flooring, wood-burning stove set in fireplace, double-glazed window to the front, spot-lighting door into study.
10' 9'' x 10' 5'' (3.3m x 3.18m) With double-glazed window to the front, tiled flooring.
Accessed via wider than average wooden staircase in hallway and giving access to:
With double-glazed window to the front, useful built-in double airing cupboard housing a hot water storage vessel heating of which is assisted by solar hot water panels on the roof, radiator.
12' 9'' x 10' 7'' (3.91m x 3.25m) With double-glazed window to rear, again with views, radiator, wardrobes with mirrored doors, door into en-suite.
With double-glazed window to side, tiled walls and flooring, large shower cubicle, wash hand basin, low level flush WC, heated towel radiator, spot-lighting.
11' 6'' x 10' 9'' (3.53m x 3.3m) With double-glazed window to rear, again with views, wardrobe with sliding mirrored doors.
26' 2'' x 10' 5'' (7.98m x 3.2m) Boarded out, ideal for storage.
6' 11'' x 6' 3'' (2.13m x 1.91m) With double-glazed window to rear, panelled bath, low level flush WC, wash hand basin, heated towel radiator, spot-lighting with motion sensor, tiled walls and flooring.
10' 7'' x 8' 2'' (3.25m x 2.49m) With double-glazed window to the front, radiator.
11' 5'' x 10' 4'' (3.48m x 3.15m) With double-glazed window to front, wardrobe with mirrored doors, radiator.
Contains 2 attic rooms, ripe for conversion subject to any necessary planning consents.
13' 10'' x 10' 11'' (4.24m x 3.33m) With Velux roof window, under-eaves storage space, radiator.
13' 10'' x 13' 10'' (4.24m x 4.24m) With Velux roof window, under-eaves storage space, radiator. There is potential (subject to any necessary planning consents) to convert these rooms to provide further accommodation.
The property is accessed from a country lane via a private track giving access to the property. The track leads onto a hard-standing area providing plenty of parking/turning space. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a further parking area to the side and providing access to the steel framed building.
To the rear of the property there is a patio seating area along the width of the property from which the panoramic countryside views can be enjoyed.
The property comes with just under 10 acres or thereabouts.
59' 11'' x 39' 11'' (18.27m x 12.18m) Acccessed via a large electric roller door, this useful outbuilding also has a pedestrian access door and has a concrete floor. Power and lighting is connected. Water is also available. The pitched roof houses 28 photvoltaic panels.
From Cardigan, take the A478 Narberth/Tenby road and continue through the villages of Bridell, Penybryn, Rhoshill and Blaenffos. Just as you get into Crymych, turn left signposted Tegryn/Bwlchygroes. After approx 1.5 miles, take the right-turn for Tegryn and proceed to the end of the road. Turn right and proceed into Tegryn village. Proceed past the pub on the left and take the right turn, bearing right past bungalows on your right. Proceed out of the village and the entrance to Ffynnon Gaseg is located on the left-hand side.
Grid ref: SN 22237 33137 Latitude: 51.968206 Longitude: -4.5891014
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre
Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage (septic tank). There is also a private water supply at the property. LPG fired heating and hot water.
Council Tax: Band F, Pemrokeshire County Council (2019/20 - £1950.81)
There is solar-assisted under-floor heating throughout the ground floor. All the ground floor doors are extra wide for disabled access.
There are 3 solar panels on the roof which assists in powering the under-floor heating on the ground floor. The steel framed building also houses 28 photovoltaic panels on its roof which provides free electricity and provides an income for electricity sold back to the grid. The owner will be able to provide full details at any viewing.
The land belonging to the property is currently let and managed by a farmer - this provides an income which the farmer may wish to continue with the new owner by agreement.
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