Cwm Gwaun, Pontfaen, Fishguard £379,500
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- An attractive Detached 2 Storey modern south facing Dwelling House
- A Well appointed 2 reception, Kitchen/Diner, 4 Bedrooms and 2 Bath/Shower Room Accommodation
- Hardwood Double Glazing, Solid Fuel or Oil fired Central Heating, Cavity Wall and Loft Insulation
- Useful Range of Outbuildings including a Workshop, Garden Store Shed, Tool Shed and Log Sheds
- Tarmacadamed and Gravelled Hardstanding area allowing for Off Road Vehicle Parking Space
- Elevated side Garden as well as Three Quarters of an Acre allowing for Off Road Vehicle Parking Space
- South Facing Location overlooking the Gwaun Valley and the River Gwaun
- Ideally suited for Family, Retirement, Investment or for Letting purposes
*An attractive Detached 2 Storey modern south facing Dwelling House.
* A Well appointed 2 Reception, Kitchen/Diner, 4 Bedrooms and 2 Bath/Shower Room Accommodation.
* Hardwood Double Glazing, Solid Fuel or Oil fired Central Heating, Cavity Wall and Loft Insulation.
* Useful Range of Outbuildings including a Workshop, Garden Store Shed, Tool Shed and Log Sheds.
* Tarmacadamed and Gravelled Hardstanding area allowing for Off Road Vehicle Parking Space.
* Elevated side Garden as well as Three Quarters of an Acre or thereabouts of Ancient Deciduous Woodland.
* South Facing Location over looking The Gwaun Valley and the River Gwaun.
* Ideally suited for Family, Retirement, Investment or for Letting purposes.
* Early Inspection Strongly Advised. Realistic Price Guide. No Chain.
Cwm Gwaun, Pontfaen is a small hamlet which is situated in the picturesque Gwaun Valley some 5 miles or so south east of the Market Town of Fishguard. Pontfaen benefits from a Chapel, Public House, Church and a Primary School.
Some 3½ miles or so equidistant is the popular Coastal and Market Town of Newport and also the Coastal Village of Dinas Cross.
Fishguard being close by has the benefit of a good Shopping Centre together with a wide range of amenities and facilities which briefly include Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, a Building Society, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Cafés, Takeaways, Art Galleries, a Post Office, Library, Repair Garages, a Cinema/Theatre, Supermarkets and a Leisure Centre.
The County and Market Town of Haverfordwest is some 15 miles or so south and has the benefit of an excellent shopping centre together with an extensive range of amenities and facilities including The County Council Offices and The County Hospital at Withybush.
There are good road links along the Main A40 from Fishguard to Haverfordwest and Carmarthen and the M4 form Cardiff to London as well as good rail links from both Fishguard and Haverfordwest to Carmarthen, Cardiff, London Paddington and the rest of the UK.
Within a few hundred yards or so of the Property is the River Gwaun which is renowned as a good
Salmon, Sewin and Trout River.
Pontfaen and The Gwaun Valley stand within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park which is a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and protected accordingly.
Tir-y-Coed enjoys a delightful south facing location and stands inset off the Council Maintained District Road in the heart of the hamlet of Pontfaen.
From Fishguard take the B4313 road south east for some 2 ½ miles, passing through the village of Llanychaer and some 500 yards or so further on follow the road to the left in the direction of Maenclochog (at what appears to be a crossroads). Continue on this road for a further 4/500 yards and where the road bears right up the hill, bear left (straight on) and proceed down into the Gwaun Valley. Continue on this road for 2 miles or so and in the hamlet of Cwm Gwaun, Pontfaen proceed past The Dyffryn Arms and a 100 yards or so further on, Tir-y-Coed is situated on the left hand side of the road. A 'For Sale' Board is erected on site.
Tir-y-Coed comprises a Detached 2 storey modern Dwelling House of cavity concrete block construction with rendered, coloured and roughcast elevations under a pitched composition slate roof. There is a single storey extension to the side of the Property of cavity concrete block construction with rendered and roughcast elevations under a lean to composition slate roof. Accommodation is as follows:-
With electric light and a hardwood double glazed entrance door to:-
Reception Hall (6.17m x 2.01m (20'3" x 6'7" ))
With a part Travertine tiled floor and a part carpeted floor, radiator, hardwood staircase to First Floor, understairs storage area with desk and wall shelves, coved ceiling, smoke detector (not tested), 2 ceiling lights, Beam vacuum point, 2 power points, double doors to Sitting Room and Kitchen/Dining Room and doors to Study/Office and :-
With a Worcester Danesmoor 15/19 freestanding Oil Boiler (firing central heating), wall shelf, 2 power points, tumble dryer vent, Honeywell central heating timeswitch, ceiling light and a Beam wall mounted Vacuum Cleaner.
Sitting Room (5.03m x 3.63m (16'6" x 11'11"))
With a Travertine tile floor, double panelled radiator, ceiling light, hardwood double glazed sash window with insulated shutters, fireplace housing a Morso Multi Fuel Stove on a slate hearth, log recess, Carbon Monoxide alarm, TV point, 7 power points, coved ceiling, 2 wall lights and a ceiling light.
Study/Office/Freezer Room (3.56m x 2.01m (11'8" x 6'7"))
With fitted carpet, radiator, coved ceiling, hardwood double glazed window with shutters, ceiling light, radiator and 4 power points.
Kitchen/Dining Room (6.71m x 3.66m (22' x 12'))
With a Travertine tile floor, 2 hardwood double glazed sash windows to fore with shutters, range of floor cupboards with granite worktops and wall cupboards, ceiling light, 5 ceiling spotlights, electric cooker box, 3 wall spotlights, plumbing for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher, appliance points, 19 power points, chrome towel rail, solid fuel Rayburn 16 Kw range (heating domestic hot water, cooking and firing central heating), 2 radiators, telephone point, hardwood double glazed window to rear with shutters, Beam vacuum point, one and half bowl Franke sink with a Franke mixer tap and half glazed pine double doors to :-
With a ceramic tile floor, ceiling light, smoke detector, hardwood double glazed door to exterior, access to an Insulated and Boarded Loft with electric light and power point and doors to Shower Room and:-
Boot/Freezer/Store Room (2.49m x 2.16m (8'2" x 7'1"))
With 2 hardwood double glazed windows, ceramic tile floor, coved ceiling, Photovoltaic control panel and 8 power points.
With a ceramic tile floor, hardwood double glazed window, Manrose extractor fan, Sun Tube, radiator, towel rail, half tiled walls, suite of Wash Hand Basin, WC and a glazed and tiled Shower Cubicle with à Mira Sport electric shower, mirror fronted bathroom cabinet, ceiling light, robe/towel hook, radiator, tile splashback and a toilet roll holder.
With Sun Tube, painted floorboards, double panelled radiator, Mains smoke detector (not tested), hardwood double glazed window with shutters, coved ceiling, Beam vacuum point and access via an aluminium Slingsby type ladder to a fully Insulated and mainly Boarded Loft with electric light and 1power point.
Walk in Storage Cupboard
With shelving and electric light.
Bathroom (3.56m x 2.24m ( ‘l’ shaped maximum) (11'8" x 7'4")
With a laminate floor, coved ceiling, ceiling light, champagne suite of Jacuzzi Corner Sit in Bath with shower attachment, WC and a Wash Hand Basin in a vanity surround, half tiled walls, Manrose extractor fan, radiator. hardwood double glazed window with shutters, towel rail, shaving mirror, robe hook, toilet roll holder, wall mirror , glass shelves and a Sun Tube.
Bedroom 1 (3.89m x 3.58m (12'9" x 11'9" ))
With painted floorboards, 2 hardwood double glazed windows with shutters (affording delightful rural views), coved ceiling, 2 built in double wardrobes with shelves, double panelled radiator, TV point, telephone point and 5 power points.
Bedroom 2 (3.66m x2.82m (12' x9'3"))
With painted floorboards, built in Airing Cupboard with shelves, radiator and a lagged copper hot water cylinder and immersion heater, 2 hardwood double glazed windows with shutters (affording delightful rural views), coved ceiling, 3 ceiling spotlight, double panelled radiator and 6 power points.
Bedroom 3 (3.71m x 2.82m (12'2" x 9'3" ))
With fitted carpet, radiator, coved ceiling, Sun Tube, 4 ceiling spotlight, built in double wardrobe with shelves, hardwood double glazed window with shutters and 4 power points.
Bedroom 4/ Cot Room (2.01m x 1.85m (6'7" x 6'1"))
With painted floorboards, coved ceiling, hardwood double glazed window with shutters (affording delightul rural views), radiator, fitted wardrobe and wall cupboards and 2 power points.
There is a wall forecourt to the Property with a gravelled area and to the side are Tarmacadamed and Gravelled hardstanding areas which allow for Off Road Vehicle Parking Space. There is an elevated Garden to the side with an Apple Tree and (beyond to the east and to the north) is a sloping Ancient Deciduous Woodland with Oak, Sycamore, Ash, Hazel, Holly, Yew and Beech Trees and in total extends to approximately Three Quarters of an Acre. The Woodland is situated within a Conservation Area.
There are also a good range of Outbuildings as follows:-
Timber Store Shed (4.27m x 3.05m (14' x 10 ))
With a gently sloping polyroof with an Astroturf covered roof garden (from where delightful south facing rural views can be enjoyed).
Workshop and Store Shed (3.66mx 3.05m overall (12'x 10' overall ))
With work bench ,2 power points and and electric lighting.
Garden/Wood Shed (3.05m x 1.83m (10' x 6'))
Lean-to Bike/Wood Shed (3.05m x 1.22m approx (10' x 4' approx))
Outside Water Tap and Outside Electric Lights
The approximate boundaries of Tir-y-Coed are edged in red on an attached copy of a 1975 OS Plan (which doesn't show the Dwelling House on it).
Mains Water (metered supply) and Electricity are connected. Septic Tank Drainage.Central Heating is off the Solid Fuel Rayburn range or via a Worcester Oil Fired Boiler. The solid fuel Rayburn Range is situated in the Kitchen and heats the Domestic Hot Water, Cooking and also fires the Central Heating. Hardwood Double Glazed Windows with Shutters. Cavity Wall and Loft insulation. EE Broadband. 16 Photovoltaic Panels on south facing roof of Main Residence (owned by vendors).
Freehold with Vacant Possession
Tir-y-Coed is a deceptively spacious Detached 2 storey modern Dwelling House (built over 20 years ago) which has 2 Reception, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen/Diner and 2 Bath/Shower Room Accommodation. It stands in the hamlet of Cwm Gwaun, Pontfaen in the picturesque Gwaun Valley within a few hundred yards of the River Gwaun. The Property is in good decorative order throughout and is ideally suited for Family, Retirement, Investment or Letting purposes. It has the benefit of Central Heating, Double Glazing and Cavity Wall and Loft Insulation. In addition, it has Off Road Vehicle Parking for2/3 Vehicles as well as an elevated Garden and an area of Deciduous Woodland which extends to Three Quarters of an Acre or thereabouts. The Property is due south facing and enjoys delightful rural views over the Gwaun Valley as well as views of the River Gwaun. In order to appreciate the qualities of the Property and indeed the location and outlook, inspection is essential and strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide. No Chain.
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Fishguard, Pembrokeshire SA65 9SE