- Delightfully situated 18 Acre Residential/Equestrian Smallholding.
- Comfortable 2 Bedroom Cottage Residence with ample room to extend (Subject to Planning)
- Good range of Traditional and mainly Modern Outbuildings which are currently being utilised for Equestrian purposes
- Multipurpose Agricultural/Equestrian Barn 110'0" x 80'0" (apx) (35m x 25m) suitable as an Indoor Arena/Sand School or for other Commercial purposes (Subject to any necessary Consents).
- Superb Rural views towards Mynydd Morvil and The Preseli Hills.
* A delightfully situated 18 Acre Residential/Equestrian Smallholding.
* Private and peaceful location in the heart of Pembrokeshire within a mile or so of the rural village of Puncheston.
* Comfortable 2 Bedroom Cottage Residence with ample room to extend (Subject to Planning) and a good range of Traditional and mainly Modern Outbuildings which are currently being utilised for Equestrian purposes together with a Multipurpose Agricultural/Equestrian Barn 110'0" x 80'0" (apx) (35m x 25m) suitable as an Indoor Arena/Sand School or for other Commercial purposes (Subject to any necessary Consents).
* 18 Acres or thereabouts of gently sloping south facing Pasture Land in good heart.
* Superb Rural views towards Mynydd Morvil and The Preseli Hills.
* Early inspection strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide. EPC Rating TBC
Penlan Oleu (Arch) is situated within a mile and a half or so of the rural village of Puncheston which stands some 8 miles or so south east of the Market Town of Fishguard and some 12 miles or so north east of the County and Market Town of Haverfordwest.
Puncheston has the benefit of a Primary School, Public House, Chapel and a Church.
Within a mile or so of Puncheston is the other well known village of Little Newcastle which benefits a Community/Village Hall, Church and a Public House.
The larger village of Letterston is some 4 ½ miles or so west and has the benefit of several Shops, a Post Office, Primary School, Church, Chapels, Public Houses, a Fish & Chip Shop Restaurant/Take-Away and a Petrol Filling Station/Store.
The Market Town of Fishguard is within easy car driving distance and has the benefit of a good Shopping Centre together with a wide range of amenities and facilities. The County and Market Town of Haverfordwest is also within easy car driving distance and benefits an excellent Shopping Centre together with an extensive range of amenities and facilities which briefly include Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, Banks, Building Societies, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Take-Aways, Supermarkets, County Council Offices and the County Hospital.
The North Pembrokeshire Coastline at Abercastle is within 9 miles or so and also within easy reach are the well known sandy beaches and coves at Porthgain, Traeth Llyfn, Abereiddy, Abermawr, Aberbach, The Parrog, Pwllgwaelod, Cwm-yr-Eglwys and Newport Sands.
Penlan Oleu (Arch) is situated within 1 ¼ miles or so of the rural village of Puncheston. A 400 yard hardsurfaced track leads up to the property off the Council Maintained District Road.
From Fishguard take the B4331 Road south east in the direction of Maenclochog for some 2 ½ miles passing through the hamlet of Llanychaer and continue on this road in the direction of Maenclochog for a further 3½ miles or so and take the second turning on the right signposted to Puncheston. Continue on this road for a mile and a half or so and take the third turning on the right towards Llygad-yr-Haul. Proceed up the hill for 300 yards or so and upon reaching Llygad-yr-Haul, follow the road to the right and bear right towards Penlan Oleu. A For Sale Board is erected at the roadside entrance.
Alternatively from Haverfordwest, take the Main A40 Road north for some 10 miles and in the village of Letterston take the turning on the right at the crossroads, signposted to Puncheston and Little Newcastle. Continue on this road for in excess of 3 miles and proceed through the village of Puncheston and continue on this road towards Rosebush for three quarters of a mile or so and take the turning on the left for Llygad-yr-Haul. Follow directions as above. A For Sale Board is erected at the roadside entrance.
Penlan Oleu comprises a single storey Cottage of predominantly solid stone construction with rendered and coloured elevations under a pitched composition slate roof. Accommodation is as follows:-
Double Glazed Entrance Door to:-
With ceramic tiled floor, coat hooks, ceiling light and doors to Living Room and:-
Kitchen/Dining Room (3.96m x 3.81m (13'0" x 12'6))
(maximum). With a ceramic tiled floor, Inglenook fireplace housing an Oil fired Rayburn Range (cooking, heating and firing one radiator), strip light, range of floor and wall cupboards, single drainer inset Stainless Steel sink unit with hot and cold, Airing Cupboard with a prelagged copper hot water cylinder and immersion heater, uPVC double glazed window with vertical blinds, Hygena built in 4 ring L.P Gas Cooker Hob, 2 uPVC double glazed windows, 3 ceiling spotlight, part tiled surround, 7 power points and door to Inner Hall.
Living Room (3.81m x 3.05m (12'6" x 10'0"))
With a laminated wood floor, Brick open fireplace with a slate hearth, TV point, telephone point, uPVC double glazed window, electricity consumer unit, 3 ceiling spotlight and 4 power points.
With ceramic tiled floor, ceiling light and doors to Bathroom, Bedroom 2 and:-
Bedroom 1 (3.12m x 2.74m (10'3" x 9'0"))
(maximum). With a laminated wood floor, radiator, pullswitch, ceiling light, telephone point, TV point, 4 power points and a uPVC double glazed window with roller blind.
Bedroom 2 (2.74m x 2.44m (9'0" x 8'0"))
(maximum). With a laminated wood floor, uPVC double glazed window with roller blind, pullswitch and 4 power points.
With ceramic tiled floor, uPVC double glazed window, white suite of panelled Bath, Wash Hand Basin and WC, part tiled surround, towel rail/shelf, toilet roll holder and a Manrose extractor fan.
Directly to the fore of the Property is a concrete hardstanding which allows for ample vehicle parking and turning space. Adjoining the Cottage on the southern gable end is a:-
Store Shed (5.49m x 3.66m (18'0" x 12'0"))
(approximate measurement only) of timber and corrugated asbestos constructions.
Directly to the rear of the Cottage and the Store Shed is a Lawned Garden together with a:-
Static (6 Berth) Caravan
With Electricity, Water and Drainage connected.
In addition, there are a range of Outbuildings as follows:-
Purpose Built Dog Kennel (6.55m x 2.82m (21'6" x 9'3"))
With concreted base, insulated timber clad walls and a pitched composition slate roof. It has 4 uPVC double glazed windows, a uPVC double glazed entrance door, 8 downlighters and 4 power points.
With an adjoining 2 Bay Lean-to.
Former Cowshed (10.87m x 3.89m (35'8" x 12'9"))
Of stone construction with a corrugated asbestos roof.
Former Dairy (3.48m x 2.64m (11'5" x 8'8"))
Of concrete block construction with a corrugated asbestos roof with strip light and 4 power points.
Former Silage Pit/Store Shed (13.72m x 6.10m (45'0" x 20'0"))
With strip lights and power points.
N.B. Half the Store Shed which measures 22'6" x 20'0" (6.86m x 6.10m) has a suspended floor and is timber clad with potential as a Farm Shop, Workshop or even as a Dry Store.
Stables (Former Cubicle Shed) (9.14m x 6.10m (30'0" x 20'0"))
Of concrete block and steel stanchion construction with a box profile roof and electric light. It currently has 4 Boxes each measuring 15' 0" x 10'0" (4.57m x 3.05m) approx.
Loose Box (5.69m x 4.57m (18'8" x 15'0"))
Of concrete block and timber construction with box profile cladding and roof.
Multi Purpose Shed (10.67m x 5.79m (35'0" x 19'0"))
With strip lights and power points. Currently used as 3 Stables.
Lean-to Loose Cattle Shed (10.67m x 5.94m (35'0" x 19'6"))
Of concrete block and timber construction with box profile cladding and roof with electric light and power points.
Cubicle Shed for 14 (6.55m x 5.79m (21'6" x 19'0"))
Of concrete block and corrugated iron construction with a concreted base.
Stables/Foaling Box (10.97m x 6.10m (36'0" x 20'0"))
approx. There are 2 Stables measuring 12' x 10' (3.66m x 3.05m) and a Foaling Box 20'6" x 14'6" (6.25m x 4.42m).
Of timber construction with a concreted floor. There are 3 Stables each measuring 12'6" x 11'6" (3.81m x 3.51m) and a:-
Tack Room (5.33m x 3.66m (17'6" x 12'0"))
Multipurpose Agricultural/Equestrian Building (33.53m x 24.38m apx (110'0" x 80'0" apx))
( which is 18'0" (5.5m) to the eaves) Utilised for Machinery Storage or the like (Subject to any necessary Consents).
Adjacent to the Multipurpose Agricultural/Equestrian Building is a large hardsurfaced Vehicle parking area which extends to a Third of an Acre or thereabouts.
3 Outside Water Taps and 4 Outside Electric Lights.
The land in total extends to some 18 acres or thereabouts which is all down to permanent pasture and is in the main, gently sloping with a southerly aspect. The perimeter boundary of the land is in the main sheep fenced.
The boundaries of the property are coloured red on the attached plan to the Scale of 1/2500.
Mains Water (metered supply) and Electricity are connected. Cesspit/Effluent Tank Drainage. uPVC Double Glazing. Loft Insulation. Telephone, subject to British Telecom Regulations. Oil Fired Rayburn Range heating Domestic Hot Water, Cooking and One Radiator.
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon Completion
RIGHTS OF WAYS
Vehicular and Pedestrian Access Rights of Way exist in favour of Penlan Oleu over the hardsurfaced track which leads up to the Property. The track is owned by the next door property, Llygad-yr-Haul.
Penlan Oleu is an 18 acre Residential/Equestrian Holding which stands in the heart of Pembrokeshire close to Mynydd Morvil and The Preseli Hills and within 1 ¼ miles or so of the village of Puncheston. The property benefits a comfortable, 2 bedroom Cottage Residence together with a range of both Traditional and mainly Modern Outbuildings including a newly built Steel Portal Frame Agricultural/Equestrian Building 110'0" x 80'0" apx (35m x 25m) which is clad externally with box profile under a box profile roof. This Building has potential as an Indoor Arena/Equestrian Sand School, Dog Agility Building, Agricultural Machinery Storage or indeed other Commercial uses (Subject to any necessary Planning Consents). In addition, there is some 18 acres or thereabouts of mainly clean, gently sloping Pasture Land with a southerly aspect. Penlan Oleu stands in a private elevated location and is approached over a 400 yard hardsurfaced track off the Council Maintained District Road. Superb Rural views over the surrounding countryside towards Mynydd Morvil and The Preseli Hills and towards Haverfordwest can be enjoyed from the Property. In order to appreciate the qualities of the Property and indeed it’s location and outlook, inspection is essential and strongly advised. Realistic asking price.