- Situated on the fringes of the hamlet of Treffynnon.
- 2 Multipurpose Steel Portal Frame Farm Buildings.
- Adjacent Concreted Yard and 3 Acres of Land.
- Currently utilised for Equestrian and Storage purposes.
- There may be some medium to long term Residential Development potential (subject to any necessary Change of Use and/or Planning Consents.
Situated on the northern fringes of the popular hamlet of Treffynnon, 2 Multipurpose Steel Portal Frame Farm Buildings with an adjacent Concreted Yard and 3 Acres or thereabouts of Pasture Land. The Property is currently used for Equestrian and Storage purposes and is situated on the edge of the hamlet on which there may be some medium to long term Residential Development Potential (subject to any necessary Change of Use and/or Planning Consents).
Properties of this nature are few and far between and early inspection is strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide.
Treffynnon is a small hamlet which is situated some 2 ½ miles or so south east of the village of Croesgoch.
Croesgoch, being close by has the benefit from a Primary School, Public House/Post Office, a Chapel, Art Gallery, Repair Garage and an Agricultural Stores.
The popular hilltop village of Mathry is some 3 ½ miles or so distant and has the benefit of a Church, Public House, former Chapel, a Village/Community Hall and a Cafe/Antique Shop.
The Cathedral City of St Davids is some 8 miles or so south west and has the benefit of a good range of Shops, Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, a Bank, Hotels, Public Houses, Restaurants, Cafes, Take-Aways, Art Galleries, a Supermarket/Post Office and a Petrol Filling Station/Hotel/Store.
The well known Market Town and Ferry Port of Fishguard is some 9 miles or so north east, whilst the County and Market Town of Haverfordwest is some 13 miles or so south east.
The North Pembrokeshire Coastline at Porthgain is within 5 ½ miles or so and also close by are the other well known sandy beaches and coves at Traeth Llyfn, Abereiddy, Whitesands Bay, Porthclais, Caerfai, Solva, Newgale, Broad Haven and Little Haven.
The Property concerned includes a Range of Multipurpose (former Agricultural) Buildings together with an adjacent Concreted Yard and some 3.29 acres or thereabouts of predominantly clean Pasture Land. The Farm Outbuildings include 2 Multipurpose Sheds each measuring 45’ x 30’ of steel stanchion construction with 6’ high concrete block walls and corrugated cement fibre cladding and roofs.
One Building is enclosed with a pedestrian door at the fore as well as having a Steel Roller Door together with 3 Storage Loft areas, whilst the other Building is utilised for Stabling purposes which currently has 4 Boxes as follows:-
2 No 14’ x 12’
1 No 16’ x 12’
1 No 12’ x 12’
This Building has strip lighting and power points.
Adjacent to the 2 Multipurpose Buildings are the former Cow Kennels which are in a very poor state of repair.
Directly to the fore of the Buildings is a spacious concreted Yard which provides ample Vehicle Parking and Turning Space. There is also a raised Concrete Hardstanding area, with direct access to the adjoining field. There is a field gate access to the Property at or around point 'A' on the attached Plan. There is also a former Sand (bark covered) School which measures 42 Metres x 22 Metres approx i.e. (130ft x 70ft approx)
Adjoining the Yard and Outbuildings is some 3 Acres or thereabouts of predominantly clean Pasture Land in 3 Paddocks. There is also a field access to Field OS No 0374 at point 'B' on the same Plan.The boundaries of the entire Property are coloured red on the attached Plan to the Scale of 1/2500.
Mains Water (metered supply) and Electricity are connected to the Property.
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon Completion.
Planning Consent has been granted for the Stables and Sand School at the Property.
The Property concerned is ideal for Equestrian purposes but has excellent Commercial potential, subject to any necessary Change of Use and/or Planning Consents. The Property stands on the edge of the hamlet of Treffynnon on which there may be some medium to longer term Residential Development Potential (subject to any necessary Planning Consents). Planning Consent was granted for Stabling at the Property and in addition, there is a Secure Multipurpose Building which is ideal for Storage purposes. There is also a large concreted Yard for Vehicle Parking and Turning as well as some 3 Acres or thereabouts of predominantly clean Pasture Land. Properties of this nature and few and far between and early inspection is strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide.
From Fishguard take the Main A487 road south west for some 8 miles and in the village of Croesgoch take the turning on the left onto the B4330 road signposted to Haverfordwest. Continue on this road for a mile or so and take the second turning on the right signposted to Treffynnon. Continue on this road for 3-400 yards and follow the road to the left. Proceed on this road for approximately a mile, passing the Chapel on the left and a few hundred yards or so further on, the Multipurpose Farm Buildings and Land is on the left. A ‘For Sale’ Board is erected on site.
Alternatively from Haverfordwest, take the B4330 road signposted to Croesgoch for some 13 miles and upon reaching the crossroads where you turn right for Mathry, turn left signposted for Treffynnon. Continue on this road for three quarters of a mile or so and in the village of Treffynnon, turn right at the “T” junction and the Multipurpose Buildings and Land is situated immediately on your right. A “For Sale” Board is erected on site.