** Detached character residence tucked away in a beautiful rural location yet near to the North Pembrokeshire coastline at Moylegrove. 4 bedrooms, living room, kitchen and family bathroom, with potential for improvement. Traditional stone building with conversion potential (STC), detached stable ** EPC. G. **
Peaceful setting boasting 13 acres or thereabouts including large area of woodland.
Tucked away on the periphery of Moylegrove a popular coastal village situated on the North Pembrokeshire Coastline in between Newport (6 miles South West) and the market town of Cardigan (5 miles North East). Moylegrove stands within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park which is designated as an ‘Area of Outstanding Naturall Beauty’ and is protected accordingly.
The nearby coastal town of Newport is within easy car driving distance which provides a range of local amenities to include several shops, primary school, restaurants, public houses, hotels, cafes, art galleries, health centre, dental surgery etc. A wider array of educational, commercial and recreational facilities can be found at Cardigan, some 5 miles from the property.
The stunning Pembrokeshire coastline is within easy car driving distance, Poppit Sands is only a 5 mile journey and the dramatic scenery at Ceibwr Bay which was the film set for Moby Dick in 1953 is within a mile or so of Cwm Bach. There are 18 Hole Golf Courses at Newport Sands and also at Gwbert, Cardigan. Carmarthen is approximately 1 hours driving time and the M4 is available at Pont Abraham with Cardiff just around a 2 hour journey.
From our Cardigan Office take the A487 (signposted Fishguard) follow this road and after passing 'Gamallt' concrete on your right please take the next sharp right hand turning (200yards after the dip in the road). Follow this road for about 1/2 a mile. At the cross roads go straight across passing Trefigin Quarry. At the staggered cross roads go straight across and continue for approx. 1/2 to 3/4 miles. You will see a Track on your Right with the name plate "Cwm Bach" . The property is located 3/4 of a mile down this track after passing a bungalow on the right and Llwyngwydd Farm on the left. Continue down this track taking care as it may be slightly uneven and stony.
Please do not follow your 'sat nav' as it will take you to the village not the property. See location plan.
Cwm Bach occupies a magical setting on the periphery of the coastal village of Moylegrove and if you follow the footpath from the property you can actually walk to this popular village which is home to the beautiful Ceibwr Bay. Approached from the public road down a long private single track, the residence is located within a small wooded valley flanked by meandering streams. The original residence dates back to the 17th century when it was a small cottage with later extensions taking place in the 1900's. The property does now require updating and improvement but the potential is clear and very rarely do such properties appear on the open market.
Adjacent to the property is a stone building which does have conversion appeal subject to gaining the necessary consents and the detached stable block with ménage should attract interest for equestrian purposes.
Enjoying such a beautiful setting there is a combination of pasture and woodland which leads down to the stream boasting numerous wild flowers and the only way to be fully appreciate the scenery is to actually see it. Cwm Bach offers an exciting opportunity to purchase a smallholding in a fabulous location which is ripe for some improvement. Cwm Bach is described in more detail (approx. dimensions only):
Services: Mains electricity connected together with private water supply and private drainage (septic tank). Legal adviser to confirm.
Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Local Authority: Pembrokeshire County Council and Pembrokeshire Coast National Parks.
Property Classification: Band F, Annual charge 2017/18 £1603.04 (online enquiry only)
Rights of Way: Please be aware a footpath does cross the property (Legal adviser to confirm).
If using your 'sat nav' please do not put in the postcode of this property as it will take you to the village not the actual property. Please follow our directions from Cardigan.
A rare Pembrokeshire gem combining a character residence in need of updating, 13 acres or thereabouts of land and woodland with superb amenity value. All in a pretty rural setting yet only a 10 minute drive from town facilities.
With stairs rising to the first floor and doors to:Bedroom 4
13' 8" x 10' 4" (4.17m x 3.15m) Window to the fore.Bathroom
9' 1" x 7' 3" (2.77m x 2.21m) Comprising a W.C., bath with shower attachment over, vanity unit and a window to the rear.Steps from the hallway leads to:Living Room
19' 5" x 13' 8" (5.92m x 4.17m) Boasting a wealth of character to include an open beamed ceiling, inglenook fireplace which houses the 'Rayburn Royal' (coal), tiled floor, 3 windows to the fore, built in cupboard and steps lead to:Kitchen
18' 6" x 6' 2" (5.64m x 1.88m) Affording a range of matching base and wall mounted units, stainless steel sink and double drainer unit, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, double aspect and a door leads to the rear. Generous pantry with original salting block.FIRST FLOOR
Doors lead to:Bedroom 2
12' x 9' 5" (3.66m x 2.87m) Enjoying a double aspect.Bedroom 3
12' 9" x 7' 7" (3.89m x 2.31m) Double room with interconnecting door to bedroom 2, enjoying a double aspect with laminated flooring.Bedroom 1
18' 10" x 15' 1" (5.74m x 4.60m) A delightful room boasting exposed 'A' frames, two windows to the fore and walk in cupboard which houses the hot water cylinder.Outside
Approached from the road side along a single track lane which is partly owned by the neighbouring farm, a double concrete paved track with grassed middle ultimately leads to Cwmbach. The concrete driveway descends to the property, passing the stable, menage and static caravans (not included within the sale) on the right hand side the best pasture land is seen at the top of the lane.
Extending in total to approximately 13 acres or thereabouts of which 6.5 is considered gently sloping pasture whilst the remaining land comprises idyllic woodlands, boasting a wealth of colourful flowers and trees which ultimately leads to the meandering river. A public footpath along the river and fields leads to the coastal village of Moylegrove.
48' x 18' (14.63m x 5.49m) Incorporating 3 loose boxes with gated divisions, hay and straw storage, rodent proof hard feed store, tack area, internal access passage and water point, fluorescent lighting and power points. Boasting an all weather sand school to the fore of the stable with direct access to the field.Stable InteriorOutbuildings
An appealing stone building is located to the left of the property, this former cowshed has immense conversion appeal subject to gaining the necessary consents. It is understood that planning permission for conversion into a holiday let has long lapsed. Other stone buildings include a small pigsty and other small shed.
Two static caravans (not included within the sale) are located on site together with a zinc shed which is now dilapidated, hay shed (dilapidated) and large chicken sheds.