An opportunity to acquire a private residential and equestrian property in a very popular and accessible rural location.
This property might well suit those wishing to work from home, the current vendor has refurbished an excellent Monopitch barn and uses if for their own small business enterprise and there is scope for the conversion of the traditional stone range to holiday accommodation. The house could also be utilised for B & B in its prominent roadside location being so close to the Pembrokeshire Coast. There is a large workshop which we understand was formerly utilised by a woodworking company and previously had three phase power connected to it although this would need to be re-established.
The property is situated in the small hamlet of Llanteg which has a petrol filling station with shop. More extensive facilities are offered by the picturesque town of Narberth and the commercial centre of Carmarthen. The property is also readily accessible to the beautiful south Pembrokeshire coastline including nearby Pendine Sands, Tenby and Saundersfoot.
Price Guide £475,000 Under OfferRef: JN5952
A detached four/five bedroom former farmhouse which we understand in 2018 was upgraded with external 4” insulation. A new boiler and radiators were also installed in 2018. The property has LPG central heating and double glazed windows, and the accommodation with approx. room sizes:
Boot Room 11’5 x 5’ (about 3.4m x 1.5m) tiled flooring and radiator
Kitchen / Breakfast Room 17’8 x 11’8 (about 5.3m x 3.5m) with extensive wall and base units painted in English sage colour, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, worksurfaces, drawers and cupboards, four ring electric hob, built-in oven, quarry tiled flooring, radiator, two windows
Dining Room 11’9 x 10’ (about 3.6m x 3m) radiator, opening into:
Study / Office / Potential Bedroom 10’4 x 8’8 (about 3.1m x 2.6m) window, door to outside
Sitting Room 16’2 x 14’8 (about 4.9m x 4.4m) fireplace having woodburning stove, stairs to first floor, radiator, opening to:
Garden Room / Conservatory 15’5 x 7’6 (about 4.6m x 2.3m) with timber block flooring, door to outside
Main Bedroom Suite
Bedroom Area 13’11 x 10’ (about 4.2m x 3m) front window and radiator, open archway to:
En Suite 11’8 x 5’9 (about 3.5m x 1.8m) corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC, electric shower, radiator
Family Bathroom window, wash hand basin, WC, wall tiling, airing cupboard with integral wall mounted LPG Ideal Logic boiler
Bedroom 9’5 x 6’2 (about 2.8m x 1.8m) window, radiator
Bedroom 12’10 x 8’9 (about 3.9m x 2.7m) window, radiator
Bedroom 12’2 xx 8’8 (about 3.6m x 2.6m) window, radiator
Price Guide £475,000Under OfferRef: JN5952
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND
The property is approached directly off the A477 (St Clears to Pembroke Dock Coast Road). A gated entrance leads to an arrival yard providing parking and turning for a number of vehicles and to the outbuildings either side and beyond. Immediately to the front of the house there are enclosed lawned garden areas, part walled and screened from the road by mature hedging. The balance of the gardens and grounds lie to the side and rear where there is a Timber Garden Shed c. 24’ x 8’ (about 7.3m x 2.4m) with power and light, and there are also a number of chicken houses. At the end of the driveway there is the Workshop c. 40’ x 38’ (about 12.2m x 11.6m) of mainly curved steel frame with clad asbestos sheeting with skylights, double doors and pedestrian door. We understand this building formerly had 3 phase electricity running to it although purchasers would have to make their own enquiries regarding this. To the rear of the workshop there is a further Timber Storage Area c. 30’ x 8’ (about 9.2m x 2.4m).
On either side of the yard lie further outbuildings including a Traditional Stone Range incorporating Three Loose Boxes and Store Shed with outside WC and Belfast sink with cold water tap. This building has potential for conversion to holiday lets subject to necessary planning permissions being obtained.
On the opposite side of the yard there is a detached Monopitch Building c. 45 x 20’ (about 13.7m x 6.1m) (ext) with a box profile roof, which we understand is insulated and has recently had upgraded electricity points and water connected. The vendors currently utilise this for their own small business, it could also suit a number of other uses subject to any necessary planning permissions being obtained and would make an excellent small home office / store, etc.
The Land adjoins the house and buildings in a compact block divided into three paddock areas which are fairly level and gently sloping pastureland. The field beyond the house also abuts the road and there maybe scope for the creation of a further entrance onto the road to give a rear approach to the property (subject to necessary permissions being obtained).
IN ALL APPROX. 5.75 ACRES (About 2.3 Hectares)
Price Guide £475,000Under OfferRef: JN5952
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