- Substantial 'L' shaped range of Traditional Stone Outbuildings.
- Planning Consent granted to convert buildings into 3 Dwellings (full Residential Use).
- Quiet, Private location.
- Mains Water, Electricity available in vicinity of Property.
*A substantial 'L' shaped range of Traditional Stone Outbuildings.
*Planning Consent has been granted to convert the Buildings into 3 Dwellings of Full Residential Use in
accordance with the attached Detailed Plans.
*Mains Water and Electricity are available in the vicinity of the Property. Drainage will be to a Septic Tank.
*Quiet and private location within 2.5 miles or so of the West Pembrokeshire Coastline at Sandy Haven and Little
Haven and some 9 miles or so south west of the County and Market Town of Haverfordwest.
*Stone Ranges of this nature and few and far between and early inspection is strongly advised.
* Realistic Price Guide.
Hasguard Hall is situated within a third of a mile or so of Hasguard Cross and is some 9 miles or so southwest of the County and Market Town of Haverfordwest.
Haverfordwest being close by has the benefit of an excellent shopping centre together with an extensive range of amenities and facilities including Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, Banks, Building Societies, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Cafes, Takeaways, Art Galleries, a Library, Supermarkets, a Further Education College, Leisure Centre, The County Council Offices and The County Hospital at Withybush.
The west Pembrokeshire Coastline at Little Haven is within 3 miles or so of the Property and also close by are the other well known sandy beaches and coves at Broad Haven, Druidstone, Newgale, Sandy Haven and Dale.
Other well known towns being close by and within easy car driving distance include Milford Haven, Neyland and Pembroke.
There are good road links from Haverfordwest along the Mains A40 to Carmarthen and the M4 to Cardiff and London as well as good rail links from Milford Haven, Johnston and Haverfordwest to Carmarthen, Cardiff, London Paddington and the rest of the UK.
Hasguard Hall is situated inside the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park which is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and protected accordingly.
From Haverfordwest take the B4327 road south west in the direction of Dale for some 9 miles and upon reaching Hasguard Cross take the turning on the left at the crossroads. Continue on this road for a few hundred yards ignoring the turning on the left and continue straight on for a further 4/500 yards and the turning to Hasguard Hall is the first on your right. A stone wall splayed access leads into the Property. A 'For Sale' board is erected at the roadside entrance. The traditional'L' shaped stone range at Hasguard Hall is immediately on your right.
The traditional 'L' shaped stone range at Hasguard Hall is predominantly of solid stone construction with pitched slate or corrugated cement fibre roofs.
Planning consent has been granted to convert the 'L' shaped Stone Range into 3 Dwellings of Full Residential Use in accordance with the attached detailed plans.
There is an area of Land directly to the fore of the 'L' shaped stone range which is bounded by the access road and on the eastern side of the property is a further area of Land which adjoins the access road and the council roadway leading from Hasguard Cross.
The boundaries of The Stone Barns and Land that is being offered 'For Sale' are shaded green on Drawing Number PO1 (LOCATION PLAN) and bounded in pink on Drawing Number PO2 (EXISTING SITE LAYOUT PLAN). NB The boundaries of the Property will be the grass verge and does not include the Access Lane.
Whilst Planning Consent has been granted for the conversion of the buildings to 3 Dwellings, it is equally well suited for 2 Dwellings or even 1 large Property (subject to any necessary Planning Consents).
Mains Electricity is available for connection at Hasguard Hall. Mains Water is also available in the vicinity of the Property. Drainage will be to a Septic Tank.
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon Completion.
N.B. The Architects/Planning drawings attached showing the Property edged in red on the Location Plan and with a broken red line on the Existing Site Layout Plan are NOT the actual boundaries of the Property that is being sold. The actual boundary of The Barns are shaded green on the Location Plan and edged in pink on the Existing Site Layout Plan.
Rights of Ways
Vehicular and Pedestrian access Rights of Ways will exist in favour of the Property over the access lane between points 'A' and 'B' on Drawing Number PO2 (EXISTING SITE LAYOUT PLAN). In addition the Property benefits from a 20' Access Right of Way over Land to the rear of the Outbuildings between points 'B' and 'C' on Drawing Number PO2 (Existing Site Layout Plan). Point 'C' on the Plan is the gate leading into the proposed garden and is approximately 10' away from the Barn in a easterly direction. The Right of Way between points 'B' and 'C' is highlighted yellow on Plan PO2.
The Traditional Stone Range at Hasguard Hall benefit from Detailed Planning Consent for the conversion of the Buildings into 3 Dwellings of Full Residential Use. However, the buildings could be converted into 2 Dwellings or even one large Property subject to any necessary Planning Consents. Mains Services i.e. Water and Electricity are available in the vicinity of the outbuildings, although Drainage will be a Septic Tank. Rarely do Traditional Stone Ranges with Planning Consent appear on the 'Open Market' on the West Pembrokeshire Coastline and the opportunity to purchase should not be missed. Early inspection is strongly advised.
A Copy of the Planning Permission is attached.
N.B. The Planning Consent for the Barn Conversion is on the basis of Full Residential Use.
The Property that is being offered 'For Sale' is highlighted green on Drawing Number PO1, although the boundaries of the adjacent Land in same ownership is incorrect. The boundaries of the adjacent Land in the same ownership is hatched blue and bounded with a broken blue line on Drawing Number PO7 Revision C.