PENCNWC MAWR, EGLWYSWRW, CRYMYCH, Pembrokeshire, SA41 3UP
Situation: Grid Ref SN1321 – 384.
The property is set at the end of its own privately owned tarmac entrance lane, some eighth of a mile from the main A487T Cardigan – Fishguard trunk road and some ½ mile from the village of Eglwyswrw, which provides for primary school, community centre, church and filling station/stores/agricultural equipment sales centre. The market town of Cardigan is some 6 ½ miles distant and provides for a wide array of amenities. The market village of Crymych is some 4 ½ miles distant and again provides for a number of facilities. The small coastal town of Newport is some 4 miles distant and is a popular centre for tourists.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the Agents 01239 710481.
Tenure: Advised freehold.
Services: Advised mains electric and water. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Mixture of timber and UPVC double glazed windows and external doors. Council tax band ‘F’ £1776.41 (2018/19).
Directions: On reaching Eglwyswrw on the A487 from Cardigan, go out through the village for Fishguard and you will see a left hand junction for Haverfordwest B4329 and the Penfro Filling Station set above the junction. Directly opposite is a lay-by and bus shelter. Turn into the lay-by and you will see an entrance lane climbing up past a bungalow. Go along this lane to Pencnwc Mawr.
Description: As mentioned, Pencnwc is a 48 ½ acre smallholding. The dwelling has been upgraded over the years, but still retains various character features, and provides generous accommodation for a medium sized family. The outbuildings are set around the yard, higher up from the house, and are currently used mainly for storage purposes, although several have purpose built mangers, and would lend themselves for livestock/equestrian housing quite easily. Set away in the field behind the yard is a steel framed 135’ x 70’ sheep housing/handling shed, currently divided up into 8 large pens with central passage, and with power and water connected. It could be used for other uses, subject to certain changes, if desired. The main block of pastureland lies above the Homestead and the woodland lies below and a public footpath runs along the entrance lane down into the Woodland, before reaching the Dwelling’s curtilage.
The Vendors have had an initial meeting with a local planning consultant as regards to the conversion of the stone ranges to say Holiday Let purposes and he was quite positive about having consents granted for such a purpose, but perspective purchasers are to satisfy themselves by making further enquiries if they so wish.
The entrance lane brings you to the approaches of the Homestead and the House is set on a lower level than the yard with off road parking area to the fore and garage/store shed bounding with this area.
The House is of traditional stone and block construction, under a tiled roof and provides the following Accommodation: (All measurements are approximate.)
Front Entrance Porch: Glazed on 3 aspects with UPVC wood effect half glazed Entrance door, ceramic slate effect tiled floor, leading to half glazed front door with side panel into
Hallway: With double power point, radiator, telephone point, stairs to first floor, doors off to
Sitting Room/Office: 14’1 x 10’ with window to fore, exposed timber flooring, coved ceiling, radiator, alcove cupboard with shelving, ample power points.
Lounge: 16’2 x 14’ with window to fore, 5 double power points, TV point, telephone point, open beamed ceiling, radiator, wood burner set in timber surround and tiled inset fireplace with slate hearth, built in alcove cupboard and upper level open shelving, door into:
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 21’6 x 15’1 with linoleum tiled effect flooring, window to fore and rear, 6 double power points, step up to UPVC half glazed door to side exterior, fitted base and wall units, oil fired Rayburn (does cooking) set in tiled Inglenook area with large timber cross beam above, stainless steel single bowl drainer sink unit with mixer tap over, ‘Electrolux’ Cooker and 4 ring ceramic hob and extractor hood, integral dishwasher, radiator, tiled splash backs, door and steps down to:
Utility: 14’ x 9’4 with wooden effect ceramic tiled flooring, fitted range of base and wall units, 5 double power points, stainless steel single bowl drainer sink unit with mixer tap over, plumbing for washing machine, ‘Worcester’ Oil fired central heating boiler (New 2017), stable type door off to
Rear Hall: With slate effect flooring, half glazed UPVC Door to rear exterior, built in boot/store cupboard, radiator, double power point, ceiling level open view to loft storage area (accessed from First Floor), doors off to:
Shower Room: With slate effect flooring, tiled walls, opaque glazed window to rear, pedestal hand wash basin, WC, corner double shower cubicle and unit, heated towel rail.
Dining Room: 13’5 x 13’4 with slate effect ceramic tiled floor, UPVC sliding patio door and side panel leading out to decked balcony area, window to side, 4 double power points, telephone point, radiator.
First Floor: Half landing with radiator, single power point and access divided off to:
Bedroom 1: 14’6 x 10 (left hand side) with window to fore, coved ceiling, 2 double power points, radiator, small hatch to loft space
Bedroom 2: 14’6 x 11’8 with window to fore, 2 double power points, radiator
Child’s Bedroom/Box Room: 8’4 x 6’7 with 2 double power points, telephone point, window to fore.
Rear Aspect. Steps to landing and access off to:
Bedroom 4: 19’2 max x 12’10 (right hand side) with 2 window to side, built in storage cupboards with louvered doors, radiator, telephone point, double power point, door off to:
Airing Cupboard: With hot water cylinder, tongue and groove ceiling.
Bathroom: 13’11 x 7’6 with ceramic tiled floor, 2 ceiling level windows to side, half tiled walls, hand wash basin, panelled bath, WC, radiator, glazed double shower cubicle with fixed umbrella shower head, tiled wall shelf.
Doors off to side landing and access off to open loft storage area (over Ground floor rear hallway) with exposed sloping beams and door off to
Bedroom 5: 14’6 x 14’1 with window to fore, exposed timber flooring, 3 double power points, radiator, small hatch to access loft space. (The loft spaces are insulated).
Private tarmac drive leading in from lay-by down to the property and with separate hardcore track leading off to the Upper Yard area to the large shed.
To the front of the House is a block walled courtyard with concrete patio area and small grassed lawn to one side and access on one side to side decked balcony area
To the front of the courtyard is a concrete base parking area for 2-3 cars and to its side is a brick 12’ x 9’ single garage and adjoining lean-to block built 12’ x 9’ store shed.
Grassed verge area beyond and gate with access down to the wooded area. A public footpath comes down along the access lane and then down into the wood via the gateway.
Timber decking area to side of house and part rear, with wooden balustrade boundary. Rear slate effect tiled patio area and bounding with grassed paddock.
Concrete path to other side of house leading to side door into Kitchen and set on the rear aspect of the House is a lean-to Dog Kennel with corrugated iron roof and further lean-to block built wood store which also houses the iron central heating oil tank.
Gently sloping concrete driveway up to terraced yard area with gently sloping yard and the mixture of stone and block outbuildings set on 3 aspects around the yard.
There are 2 main stone built ranges, set on an L shape overlooking the yard.
(A brief inspection of the ranges has been made by a local planning consultant and he is of the view that these ranges do have potential for conversion to say 2-3 holiday let units, subject to necessary consents being obtained. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries, should they wish to go along this route regards to possible conversion of these buildings).
72’ x 18’ Stone Range with corrugated iron roof with former cowshed area now used for lamb/calf cots and barn room and small calf cot on upper end. Part loft over with external entrance door. Lean-to block Dairy to fore. Adjoining to the rear is a centrally located 30’ x 20’ block loose box (which can be divided into 2 pens with block wall manger and 4 double power points.
Further 40’ x 15’ Stone Range with part loft over, part derelict roof and part original cobbled floor.
Stone Pig Sty Range with brick walled runs and divided into 3 sections and adjoining L shaped lean-to under a corrugated iron roof and further lower level 36’ x 12’ Loose Box with block wall manger, under a box profile roof.
30’ x 24’ block walled and box profile roof Loose Box/Workshop with a 2/3 – 1/3 internal division, with block wall manger and hay rack. 42’ x 18’ open fronted loose box range with 3 divisions and concrete block manager. Enclosed concrete base yard area and opening out to large hardcore yard area, used for machinery/fodder storage and track leading up to upper yard area and access off to isolation/handling paddock. 45’ x 18’ Dutch barn with 45’ x 15’ lean-to with part concrete floor. Enclosed hardcore yard area to one side and track leading out to main farm lane
29’ x 12’ timber pole and corrugated iron clad lambing shed. Separate 30’ x 18’ steel frame and block wall, corrugated iron and box profile clad sheep handling shed and adjoining sheep handling area with purpose made dip.
Fenced paddock beyond and set within is a 30’ x 18’ block wall base Nissen type handling shed with earth floor.
Set on the upper yard area is a 135’ (9 bay) x 70’ wide steel framed sheep handling /housing shed with earth floor with central passage, 4 large pens to either side and 15’ x 10’ elevated store room with timber staircase with 2 double power points. The shed is box profile roof clad and ¾ sides, with the bottom level open for ventilation. 3 doorways at both ends.
Set in the field above is a 30’ x 20’ timber pole corrugated iron clad store/handling shed and adjacent to it, is a site of a former mobile phone mast. (Not owned by vendors and a right of way is maintained to the site by the owners of the mast.)
The Land surrounds the homestead on all aspects, with the woodland set due north and east of the yard. The small pasture enclosures are accessed from either the access road, or internal track leading to the upper yard area and are level to gently sloping and sheep fenced. One further field is accessed through the woodland and is set in a sheltered location.
The woodland is set in a valley and comprises of mature deciduous species and is a haven for wildlife, as well as providing opportunities for uses of various amenity purposes if desired (e.g. paintballing/glamping etc., subject to any necessary consents). A public footpath enters the woodland on its southern aspect before the curtilage of the dwelling and goes in a north – north westerly direction and into woodland owned by the adjoining property of Penpedwast.
Schedule of Acreage:
(Figures taken from 2018 Welsh Government field data and converted from hectares to acres.)
1.31 Wood + 0.59 scrub
1.43 Wood + 0.08 stream
1.36 Wood + 0.74 scrub
0.86 track + 0.03 scrub
To include 0.22 track + 0.74 buildings
To include 0.10 track
Wood – scattered
To include 0.89 Wood
2.89 scattered wood
IACS: The property is registered for this purpose. Prospective purchasers to satisfy themselves for future eligibility of registration.
Rights of Way: The property is sold with the benefit of all rights including rights of way, whether public or private, light support, drainage and water and electricity supplies and other rights, easements, quasieasements and restrictive covenants, all existing and proposed way leaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drain and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in these particulars or not.
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Services, fittings and equipment referred to in the sales details have not been tested (unless otherwise stated) and no warrenty can be given as to their condition.
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