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Lampeter Velfrey, Narberth OIRO £499,000

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  • Delightful Grade II Listed 2 bedroom cottage and land
  • Approx 4 acres of paddock
  • Set in very appealing grounds
  • Village location, but in close proximity to both Whitland and Narberth
  • Mixture of both original and contemporary fixture and fittings
  • Early internal viewing essential

This unique Grade II listed cottage, of traditional construction with its original thatched roof now covered with corrugated iron and painted in a traditional style is set in a semi rural position but in close proximity to the Old Market Town of Whitland and the attractive increasingly popular Town of Narberth. The cottage has the benefit of approx 4 acres of pasture land, and is surrounded by a productive good sized garden that is bordered by a fresh water running stream.
The cottage itself is presented in excellent decorative order and briefly comprises a sitting room and sung, ground floor double bedroom, open plan kitchen and ground floor shower room with a double bedroom and family bathroom on the first floor. This unique blend of both traditional and contemporary style results in a bespoke small holding making a truly delightful rural home.

VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Derry Cottage is situated just east of the village of Lampeter Velfrey. The property is within five miles of the former market town of Narberth. Narberth is now established as one of the most popular towns of the area having the benefit of an interesting range of shops and facilities including convenience stores together with traditional businesses such as butchers, deli, post office etc and a range of more specialised gift and clothes shops etc. The town also has the benefit of a Health Centre, Primary School, Library and Swimming Pool with sporting facilities including Rugby Club, Football Club, Bloomfield Centre and the Queens Hall. The town also has the benefit of a railway station and regular bus service.The main A40 lies nearby and provides excellent road links to the larger county towns of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen some 10 miles or 20 miles or so distant respectively whilst the ever popular coastal resorts of Saundersfoot, Amroth and Tenby and indeed the superb scenery of the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park lie within a short drive to the south.

Situation
Enjoying a rural setting in between Lampeter Velfrey and the Market Town of Whitland, with its Dr surgery and comprehensive School, located some 5 miles or so from the ever popular small town of Narberth which offers an excellent range of services and amenities including a health centre, train station, sporting clubs, dentists, shops, public houses, primary school etc. Narberth lies within two miles or so of the A40 and in recent years has become firmly established as one of the more sought after residential locations within the coastal county of Pembrokeshire. The High Street boasts an excellent mix of independent shops which cater for a wide range of tastes and does attract numerous visitors to the town. The village of Tavernspite is also within close proximity which has the benefit of an excellent primary school, garden centre and public house.

Lampeter Velfrey is also within easy driving distance of the A40 which provides an excellent road link to the larger towns of the area such as Haverfordwest and Carmarthen which both provide a wider array of commercial, recreational and educational amenities. The superb scenery of the renowned Pembrokeshire Coastline is also within easy reach with Amroth, Saundersfoot and Tenby all within some 10 miles or so of the property.

Entrance Porch (0.91m’ 2.13m” x 0.91m’ 1.22m” (3’ 7” x 3’ 4” ))
Entered via a hardwood door with ornate tiled flooring

Sitting Room (4.88m’ 1.52m” x 4.27m’ 1.22m” (16’ 5” x 14’ 4”))
Entered via the porch by a ledged and braced door, with hardwood stairwell to the first floor, uPVC sash window with deep sills to the fore. Feature original stone inglenook fireplace housing log burning stove, exposed beamed ceilings, hard wood flooring throughout and radiator

Snug (4.27m’1.22m” x 1.83m’ 0.91m” (14’4” x 6’ 3” ))
Entered via an arch way from the sitting room, with triple aspect uPVC windows to the fore side and rear, hardwood flooring throughout and radiator

Bedroom 1 (4.27m’ 1.52m” x 3.35m’ 2.13m” (14’ 5” x 11’ 7” ))
Entered via a original ledged and braced door. With uPVC sash windows to the fore with deep sills, original cast iron fireplace and hearth, exposed beamed ceiling, hardwood flooring throughout and radiator

Kitchen/diner (6.71m’1.22m” x 3.66m’ 0.61m” (22’4” x 12’ 2” ))
The extended open plan kitchen/dining area is flooded with natural light via a glazed entrance partition which has an entrance door to the side, with space for fridge/freezer and other utilities.
The kitchen area has a selection of fitted base and wall units along with integrated dish washer, fridge and electric range and hob with extractor fan over. there is an integrated single bowl stainless steel sink unit, part tiled walls and vinyl tiled flooring throughout. With floor to ceiling hard wood fully glazed walls to both the rear and sides with patio doors to external space.

Shower Room (2.44m’ 2.13m” x 3.96m’ 2.74m” (8’ 7” x 13’ 9”))
Entered via a ledged and braced door with wet room shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. Part tiled walls and fully tiled flooring throughout, radiator style heated towel rail.

First floor landing (4.27m’ 3.05m” x 2.44m’ 1.52m” (14’ 10” x 8’ 5” ))
Accessed via the star well from the sitting room, with pine flooring throughout, radiator, roof light window and exposed A frame timber beams doors to all first floor rooms

Bedroom 2 (3.66m’ 2.13m” 4.27m’ 3.66m” (12’ 7” 14’ 12”))
With uPVC window to the side with deep sill, and roof light window to the rear, with Pine flooring throughout exposed A framed timber beams, and radiator

Family bathroom (3.66m’ 3.66m” x 2.13m’ 2.74m” (12’ 12” x 7’ 9”))
With uPVC window to the side with deep sill, bath, wash hand basin and WC fully tiled flooring and part tiled walls throughout, exposed beamed ceiling.

Externally
Derry Cottage has the benefit of off road parking to the side for several vehicles, There is a pretty cobble front garden entrance surrounded by box hedging and good sized garden to the rear and side mostly laid to lawn with access to the stream that runs along the side of the property. The garden is surrounded with well established fruit trees , shrubs and plants and is an ideal retreat for al fresco dining and general peace and tranquillity.

The land
Approx 4 acres of pasture land laying to the side and rear of the cottage accessed via a five bar gate from the road side. Land plan attached for identification purposes.

Directions
From the Narberth Office take the road towards Princes Gate and take the left hand turn onto the road sign posted to the Crematorium.
Continue on this road though the villages of Lanmill and Lampeter Velfrey continue on this road and the property can be found on the left hand side.
Post code SA34 0RB

Local authority
Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest SA61 1TP. Tel: 01437 76455
Council Tax Band. TBC

Tenure
Freehold with vacant possession on completion

Services
Mains electricity and water and private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Double glazed throughout

NB. Derry Cottage has been let as a holiday cottage very successfully for many years.

Occupying a pleasant spot just to the East of the village of Lampeter Velfrey, Derry Cottage offers an excellent opportunity to acquire a residential smallholding that in our opinion offers considerable potential. Although the property does requires significant improvement the sale of Derry Cottage offers a unique opportunity to acquire a residential smallholding in this location. Viewing is therefore highly recommended.

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Lampeter Velfrey
Narberth, Pembrokeshire SA34 0RB
County: Pembrokeshire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 31755943

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