- Auction Price Guide £40,000 - £60,000.
- Pleasantly positioned stone built Chapel Building.
- Potential to convert to Studio/Workroom/Dwelling or the like (Subject to any necessary Planning Consents).
- Delightful position in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and within a mile and a quarter or so of the Pembrokeshire Coastline.
- For Sale by Public Auction - Date to be Rescheduled.
*A pleasantly positioned Detached (stone built) part 2 storied Chapel building.
*Potential to convert to a Studio/Workroom/Dwelling or the like (subject to any necessary Planning Consents).
*Delightful location in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and within a mile and a quarter or so of the Pembrokeshire Coastline and within 2 miles or so of Abereiddy beach.
*Inspection essential to appreciate the Chapels potential and location. Realistic Auction Price Guide.
*"FOR SALE" BY PUBLIC AUCTION (unless previously sold) DATE TO BE RESCHEDULED*
Tretio is a small hamlet which stands within a mile and a quarter or so of the North Pembrokeshire Coastline and is some 4 miles or so north east of the Cathedral City of St Davids.
Tretio has a cluster of dwellings, two farms and Bethel Chapel.
St Davids being close by has the benefit of a good range of Shops, Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, a Bank, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Cafes, Takeaways, Art Galleries, a Supermarket/Post Office, a Memorial/Community Hall and a Petrol Filling Station/Store/Hotel.
The North Pembrokeshire Coastline at Abereiddy is within 2 miles or so by car and also close by are the other well known sandy beaches and coves at Porthgain, Abefelin, Abercastle, Whitesands Bay, Porthclais, Caerfai, Solva and Newgale.
Within 3 miles or so is the village of Croesgoch which has the benefit of a Primary School, Chapel, Public House/Post Office, an Art Gallery, a Beauty/Hair Salon, Repair Garage and an Agricultural Store.
The well known Market Town of Fishguard is some 12 miles or so north east whilst the County and Market Town of Haverfordwest is some 17 miles or so south east.
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, Post Office, Supermarkets, a Leisure Centre, a Further Education College, The County Council Offices and The County Hospital at Withybush.
There are good road links from Haverfordwest along the Main A40 to Carmarthen and the M4 to Cardiff and London as well as good rail links from Haverfordwest and Fishguard to Carmarthen, Cardiff, London Paddington and the rest of the UK.
Bethel Chapel is situated on the northern fringes of the hamlet of Tretio.
From Fishguard take the Main A487 road south west for 9 miles and in the village of Croesgoch take the second turning on the right, signposted to Abereiddy. Continue on this road for a mile or so and upon reaching the 'T' junction at Cwmwdig Water, bear left (straight on). Continue on this road for approximately 2 miles or so and take the third turning on the left signposted to Tretio. Proceed on this road for 400 yards or so and follow the road to the right. Proceed on this road for a further 300 yards or so and Bethel Chapel is situated on your left. A 'For Sale' board is erected on site.
Alternatively from Haverfordwest, take the B4330 road north east for some 14 miles and on reaching the village of Croesgoch, turn left at the "T" junction onto the Main A487 road, signposted to St Davids. Continue on this road for 200 yards or so and take the turning on the right (signposted to Abereiddy). Follow directions as above.
Bethel Chapel comprises a Detached 2 storey building of solid stone construction with part rendered elevations and part stone faced elevations under a pitched slate roof. Accommodation is as follows:-
Hall (4.88m 2.13m (16'0" 7'0"))
With doors to:-
Chapel (8.53m x 6.10m (28'0" x 20'0"))
With 2 windows, pitch pine pews, 2 ceiling lights and staircase to:-
First Floor Gallery/Loft (7.32m x 2.29m (24'0" x 7'6"))
Adjoining the Property is an area of Land which is edged in red on the attached Plan. There is a 2'6" wide strip of Land adjacent to the north western boundary and a 5'0" strip of Land across the south western boundary i.e. the front of the Chapel and a 20'0" strip of Land on the south eastern boundary. In addition to the Chapel and adjoining Land, there is a further Plot of Land which is situated to the left of the access gate and path leading to the Chapel which is edged in red on the same Plan. This area of Land would provide Vehicle Parking Space (subject to any necessary consents) or even a Garden for the Chapel that is being offered "For Sale".
A pedestrian access Right of Way will exist in favour of the Property between points 'A' and 'B' on the Plan.
We understand that the Property is wired for Mains Electricity. Mains Water available in the vicinity of the Chapel and adjacent Properties.
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon Completion.
Rights of Ways
A pedestrian access right of way will exist in favour of the Chapel between points 'A' and 'B' on the Plan.
Bethel Chapel is a delightfully situated Detached Chapel Building which stands within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park within a few miles or so of the North Pembrokeshire Coastline. The Property has potential for use as a Studio, Gallery, a Workshop or even as a Dwelling (subject to any necessary Change of Use and/or Planning Consents). It will be offered For Sale by Public Auction (subject to conditions of sale and unless previously sold) with a realistic Auction Price Guide. Inspection essential in order to appreciate the location and indeed the potential of the Property.