An improvable residential smallholding extending to approximately 10 acres or thereabouts
Including a traditionally constructed residence together with various outbuildings
In a private location that lies within easy reach of the A40
Occupying a delightful private rural setting in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside an enjoying an outlook over the surrounding farmland, Lower North Hill is an improvable residential smallholding extending to approximately 10 acres or thereabouts and including a traditionally constructed residence together with various outbuildings that may well have the potential for a variety of other uses, subject to the necessary contents being obtained and a parcel of land that has plenty of conservation and equestrian appeal being pasture that leads towards a stream.
Viewing is highly recommended for cash purchasers only looking for a project in a private location that lies within easy reach of the A40 and the superb scenery of the Pembrokeshire coastline.
SITUATION The location of Lower North Hill requires a personal inspection in order to be fully appreciated. The property occupies a private rural setting in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside, enjoying views over the surrounding farmland. It is approached off the Treffgarne to Camrose/Hayscastle road via its own lane which leads onto into what historically was the farmstead with the property now being offered for sale as a residential smallholding extending to approximately 10 acres or thereabouts. This location is from 6 to 7 miles or so north west of the market town of Haverfordwest which, as the principal administrative centre of the area, benefits from an extensive range of amenities and facilities, with the ferry port of Fishguard being some 12 miles or so to the north. The renowned Pembrokeshire coastline is also within easy reach with the long sandy beach at Newgale being within some 6 miles.
The setting of Lower North Hill will no doubt appeal to purchasers looking for a property that offers rural tranquilly that is within easy reach of facilities and amenities.
DIRECTIONS A location plan is attached. The post code of the property is SA62 5YU.
DESCRIPTION. Offered for sale as a residential smallholding extending to 10 acres or thereabouts Lower North Hill is approached over a farm lane that is subject to rights of access onto the surrounding farmland. The lane opens into what was originally the farmstead and this includes the residence together with several buildings and a large levelled area that could well be suitable as the location for a sandschool. The property benefits from a useful parcel of land that is suitable for grazing and conservation purposes leading down towards a small small stream and in more detail comprises as follows. Please note there is some Japanese knotweed on the land.
THE RESIDENCE The residence comprises a traditionally constructed property that now requires improvement and modernization in order to realise its full potential and offers the following accommodation.
ENTRANCE HALL With stairs to first floor, quarry tiled floor
SITTING ROOM (4.26m x 3.67m (13'11" x 12'0")) 4.26m x 3.67m with beamed ceiling, tiled fireplace and quarry tiled floor.
LIVING ROOM (3.70m x 4.15m (12'1" x 13'7")) with tiled fireplace and beamed ceiling.
KITCHEN (2.15m x 3.30m (7'0" x 10'9"))
BATHROOM With usual suite.
BEDROOM 1 (111.86mm x 129.84mm (367m x 426m)) with timber ceiling.
BEDROOM 2 (3.67m x 4.36m (12'0" x 14'3")) with timber clad ceiling and Box Room 1.7m x 1.7m
THE BUILDINGS These are situated a short distance from the residence and include a general purpose farm building. 90"x 40" of steelportal frame construction and being suitable for a variety of uses subject to any necessary consents. 2 former silage pits. Former slurry pit. Various storesheds in varying conditions and construction .
STEEL PORTAL FRAME BUILDING
THE LAND A plan of the land is attached for identification purposes only. The land extends to approximately 10 acres or thereabouts. The land comprises a mix of level and gently sloping pasture together with area of conservation woodland and scrubland alongside the Nant y Coy Brook that flows into the Western Cleddau at Treffgarne. The land is divided into several enclosures within established hedgebanks and is suitable for equestrian or smallholding use with the areas around the stream being particularly suited for a conservation project.
TENURE We understand that the property is freehold and that there are rights of way providing access to adjoining farm over the farm lane. We are also advised that there’s a small area surrounding the stream within a site of special scientific interest. Freehold with vacant possession upon completion and with no forward chain.
SERVICES We are advised that the vendor will provide a mains water connection – subject to confirmation. Mains electricity,private drainage.
LOCAL AUTHORITY Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. 01437 764551. SA61 1TP
GENERAL REMARKS This is a rare opportunity to purchase a property that requires improvement but occupies a delightful rural setting in the very heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside yet within easy reach of all of the major towns of the area and the superb scenery of the Pembrokeshire coastline. Approached over a lane and enjoying an outlook over surrounding farmland, this is a property in a private setting, that includes a range of buildings that we feel have potential for other uses subject to the necessary consents being obtained. The land comprises a mix of pasture and conservation areas sloping gently towards the Nant y Coy Brook which flows into the Western Cleddau a short distance away. The residence now requires modernisation but has plenty of potential. Viewing is highly recommended to purchasers seeking a project in a delightful rural setting.