We present to market an unspoilt historic (around 200 yrs old) 1 bed (with crog loft currently used as a 2nd bedroom) traditional stone cottage with around 1.8 ACRES of pastureland situated in a very nice setting between Crymych and Mynachlogddu with superb far reaching views across the Pembrokeshire countryside.
Located just inside the Pembrokeshire National Park the property has an open plan kitchen/living room, bathroom, study/playroom, bedroom with a crog loft currently used as a second bedroom. Outside there is a very useful detached timber outbuilding with lots of possibilities (subject to any consents required), polytunnel, various other small outbuildings, lawned gardens and fenced paddock area.
Needing a little updating but perfectly livable this is a super blank canvas for a new buyer to come along and put their stamp on it and move it to another level.
Situated in a quiet position on a minor unmarked road linking the two villages of Crymych and Mynachlogddu. Crymych itself is just a 5 minute drive away which has plenty of shops, secondary school and a bus route to either Cardigan or Narberth.
Entrance via door thorough to:
With space for hanging coats etc, storage for boots, door into:
With panelled bath with shower over with rail and curtain, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC, window to rear, radiator.
13' 4'' x 15' 8'' (4.07m x 4.78m) Into Inglenook. With a small kitchen area with stainless steel sink/drainer unit, window to rear, a range of wall and base units, feature inglenook with beam over, window and door to front with superb views out to the front over rolling countryside, tiled flooring, exposed beamed ceiling, door through to study/playroom.
12' 5'' x 7' 1'' (3.8m x 2.18m) With window to the front, E7 radiator, stairs up to first floor attic room, radiator, exposed beams, door into:
9' 0'' x 10' 8'' (2.76m x 3.26m) With E7 radiator, windows to front and rear, radiator.
Accessed via steps rather than a staircase giving access to:
With Velux roof window to rear, door into storage area, restricted height.
The cottage sits to one side of a country lane and is accessed via a gated entrance leading to parking to one side of the cottage. The parking area also gives access to the study/office building to the land, which lies beyond the rear gardens.
To the front of the cottage there is a small courtyard area with views over open countryside, an ideal place to sit out and enjoy the environment.
To both sides of the cottage there are areas of open garden laid to grass, on one stands a timber garden shed.
The majority of the gardens lie to the rear, there is still a wide variety of mature shrubs and trees including soft fruit bushes. There is also a small pond in one corner and a small caravan. There is also a timber base for a yurt (no planning though for a yurt)
For the keen grower, the garden offers lots of potential to develop a lovely cottage garden.
In one corner of the garden stands the studio/office. This is a good sized building which measures approx 5.9m x 4.05m (19'4" x 13'3") internally. This building has been used for a variety of things previously including overflow accommodation, a studio and a dance studio!
The land is accessed from the parking area. There is a single enclosure of approximately 1.5 acres (around 1.8 acres including house and gardens) This is very gently sloping and has good stock-proof fencing. The land has been unused for some time and is beginning to revert to a wild meadow. With work it could be brought back to usable pasture if required. A stream forms one boundary and continues down past the gardens.
Beyond the land, the Preseli Hills rise and provide excellent walking and riding. The whole area is dotted with standing stones, hut circles, cairns etc and of course, this is the area from which some of the stone for Stonehenge came.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre.
Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainge (septic tank)
Council Tax: Band C, Pembrokeshire County Council (2019/20 = £1201.80)
From Cardigan, take the A478 Tenby/Narberth road and stay on this road until you reach Crymych. Go through the village and as you leave the village, take the right turning sign-posted Mynachlog-ddu. Stay on this road for 2.5 miles and you will see a red phone box on the left and Nant-y-coi is the next property after the phone box on the right.
The poet and writer JOHN SHARKEY 1936-2014 lived at this property.
For further information on this property please call 01239 621303 or e-mail email@example.com