- Beautiful rural retreat in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside
- Detached character residence, sympathetically renovated in a striking contemporary style
- Private and peaceful setting, enjoying a delightful rural aspect
- Considerable amenity appeal
- Range of outbuildings with electricitly and water supply.
- Aprox. 40 acres
Beautiful rural retreat in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside
Detached character residence, sympathetically renovated in a striking contemporary style
Private and peaceful setting, enjoying a delightful rural aspect
Extending to some 40 acres or thereabouts of land with considerable amenity appeal
Range of outbuildings.
Llethermadin occupies a delightful rural setting in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Countryside yet within easy reach of the A478 Narberth to Cardigan roadway and the village of Llandissilio which has the benefit of a good range of local services including a primary school with the nearby village of Clynderwen having a train station and further local shops etc. The A40 which is the main trunk road into south west Pembrokeshire lies within easy reach and provides an excellent road link to all the major towns of the area and the small town of Narberth with its delightful range of shops, gift shops restaurants, cafes etc is also within easy reach.Slightly further afield is the superb scenery of the renowned Pembrokeshire coastline with Tenby to the south and Cardigan to the north both being within a thirty minute drive or so.The setting of Llethermadin will no doubt appeal to potential purchasers looking for rural tranquillity in a convenient location and really has to be personally inspected in order to be fully appreciated.
Occupying the most delightful and private rural setting in the heart of the delightful Pembrokeshire countryside yet within easy reach of the A478 Narberth to Cardigan roadway. The village of Llandissilio lies within easy car driving distance and offers a good range of local services including a primary school and the nearby village of Clynderwen has the benefit of a train station and further local shops etc. The A40 which is the main trunk road into south west Pembrokeshire lies within easy reach and provides an excellent road link to all the major towns of the area. Within 6 miles or so of the property lies the very popular small town of Narberth which offers a delightful range of independent shops, boutiques, restaurants, convenience stores, public houses, chemist, doctors surgery, cafes etc. Slightly further afield is the superb scenery of the renowned Pembrokeshire coastline with Tenby to the south and Cardigan to the north, both being within a thirty minute drive or so. Llethermadin will appeal to potential purchasers looking for rural tranquillity.
From our Narberth Office travel north towards Cardigan on the A478 passing through the village of Clynderwen. Upon reaching the village of Llandissilio turn left just after the ‘Angel Inn Public House’ and proceed on this road past the Church for approximately half a mile and upon reaching the crossroads turn right. Follow this road for approximately half a mile or so and Llethermadin will be seen on the left.
Llethermadin is in the final stages of renovation, using natural building materials where possible, including lime render, and is now a home to cherish where character and modern features intertwine, creating the most beautiful rural retreat. The property has been rewired, with a newly installed central heating system. One of the many striking features is the way in which the former outbuilding has been converted into a lovely kitchen and is cleverly connected to the main residence via an orangery boasting views towards the grounds. The ground floor provides well proportioned living accommodation whilst two bedrooms are located on the first floor to include a master en-suite and a very cleverly hidden cloakroom.
Standing in some 40 acres or thereabouts of level to gently sloping land, the current occupiers have transformed the land into a haven for wildlife, with nature and conservation recovery being their main objective. Hence, the land has been allowed to revert to nature with numerous trees planted and wildflowers sown which creates a beautiful setting to the property. A small area of woodland leads down to a stream, where bluebells and fox gloves are a sight to treasure in the spring.
This beautiful country residence is a true gem and is described in further detail (approx. dimensions only):
Please note that the current vendors are in the process of completing the flooring in the family room.
New stone flooring fitted throughout the ground floor.
With slate floor, stairs leading to the first floor, radiator, steps lead to an under stair storage space and doors to:
Bedroom 3 / Snug (4.17m x 4.29m (13'8" x 14'1"))
Overlooking the fore, the focal point of the room being the wood burning stove which stands on a slate hearth with white washed walls and open beamed ceiling.
Sitting Room (4.29m x 5.79m (14'1" x 19'15))
Overlooking the fore with open beamed ceiling and inglenook fireplace. Please note that the flooring is in the process of being completed and will include under floor heating, access to:
Office Space (1.93m x 5.00m (6'4" x 16'5"))
A light and bright space, with access to:
Utility Room (3.43m x 1.91m (11'3" x 6'3"))
Comprising a range of base units with complimentary work surface above, including a 'belfast' sink.
With provision for an integrated washing machine with the boiler built in to the units. Window to the rear, tiled floor and door to:
Shower Room (3.28m x 1.75m (10'9" x 5'9"))
Incorporating a double shower cubicle, wash hand basin, W.C., window to the fore, radiator and tiled floor benefitting from under floor heating and duel fuel radiator style heated towel rail.
Orangery (6.27m x 3.28m (20'7" x 10'9"))
This striking addition marries the old with the new, creating a lovely sitting area with patio doors leading to the outside space. Underfloor heating. Steps lead up to:
Kitchen/Diner (7.42m x 4.06m (24'4" x 13'4"))
A hand built kitchen, with solid oak worktops, enjoying a triple aspect, affording a range of base units with complimentary work surface above incorporating a ceramic sink, integrated appliances include a dishwasher, fridge, eye level electric cooker and a 2 ring gas hob. Also including an oil fired 'AGA', exposed 'A' frames, stone walls, tiled floor with under floor heating. Patio door open out towards the rear which overlooks the land, bringing the outdoors, indoors. There is ample space for a table and chairs.
Has had new floorboards fitted.
Landing (4.34m x 2.82m (14'3" x 9'3" ))
Overlooking the fore with doors leading to:
Master Bedroom (3.10m x 3.10m (10'2" x 10'2"))
Delightful double room boasting a wealth of character features such as the partly exposed 'A' frames, wooden floor boards and original fireplace. Window to the fore, radiator and a door leads to:
En-suite Shower Room (2.74m x 0.97m (9' x 3'2"))
Including a double shower cubicle, wash hand basin which sits on a wooden table and duel fuel radiator style heated towel rail.
Bedroom 2 (4.39m x 3.78m (14'5" x 12'5"))
Double room overlooking the fore, with partly exposed 'A' frames and newly fitted wooden floor boards. The walk in wardrobe has electric tube heating installed for air circulation and radiator.
In the process of being completed.
Hidden away, a staircase from the landing leads to the eaves, where you will find a W.C., wash hand basin, currently with exposed 'A' frames and duel fuel radiator style heated towel rail.
Approached from a minor countryside road, a large gravel expanse provides ample parking space to the fore. With chimneys and roof work having being rebuilt, to the rear of the property lies a very pretty garden which includes an area laid to lawn, pretty flower beds, trees and three wildlife ponds with 88 species of moths being recorded in one evening. A diverse amount of wildflowers and many birds listed on the Red List are attracted to the rewilded land, creating an idyllic setting from which to admire the countryside beyond.
Within the rear garden is a detached timber shed which has water and electricity supply.
Adjoining the residence is a part stone and part block outbuilding (26' x 15') which is used as storage whilst to the rear is a former hayshed, together with the former cowshed of part block and stone construction.
RANGE OF OUTBUILDINGS HAVE ELECTRICITY AND WATER SUPPLY.
The land has not been fertilised or had any pesticides added for over ten years, approx. 40 acres in total.
Aerial photo attached for identification only.
Very rarely do properties such as Llethermadin appear on the open market and we would strongly recommend an early inspection to those that are looking to acquire a character residence with land in a pretty countryside setting. The character residence has undergone extensive renovation works and has been tastefully and sympathetically improved being ready for immediate occupation. Character features remain yet modern styles have been created which offer a truly beautiful home that really does need to be seen to be fully appreciated.
Mains water and electricity connected. Private drainage. Under floor heating. Oil fired central heating system.
Please note that a public footpath does cross the additional land that would be available by separate negotiation.
Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest SA61 1TP. Tel: 01437 76455
Council Tax Band E
Tenure - Freehold and available with vacant possession upon completion.
The sale of Llethermadin offers an increasingly rare opportunity to acquire a smallholding in a delightful private setting in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside yet being convenient to Llandissilio and the A478 and thereby all the major towns of the area. There is also the added benefit of the train station at Clynderwen which provides a link to Swansea and beyond.Although the residence is in need of further improvement in has tremendous potential as project to comprise a residence of considerable charm and character with the benefit of a range of outbuildings that also offer plenty of potential. The land is located within a parcel of highly productive land and generally comprises a block of land that in part now requires some pasture renovation but again has considerable potential and also benefits from single bank fishing rights. Viewing is highly recommended.