Tynewydd, Hundleton, Pembroke Offers over £425,000
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- 5 Acres residential small holding
- Within easy reach of Pembroke and The Coast
- 3/4 Bedroom
- Useful Buildings
Longhouse Ty Newydd is situated within a mile or so of the village of Hundleton and within some 3 miles or so of the historic town of Pembroke which has the benefit of a good range of amenities and facilities together with a variety of shops with the superb scenery of the south Pembrokeshire coastline also being within easy reach as the property lies on the periphery of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
From Pembroke take the B4319 Angle road out of the town passing through the village of Maidenwells and follow this road for a further 1.5 miles or so and the property will be seen on the right and is denoted by our sale board.
Longhouse Ty Newydd comprimses a residential smallholding extending 5 acres or thereabouts and including a bungalow that is a residential conversion of a former outbuilding that stands in good sized grounds together with the benefit of some usual modern outbuildings and pasture, being ideally situated as a small holding or perhaps equestrian use and described as follows.
Traditionally constructed the bungalow is a residential conversion and extension of an original farm building and has the befit of full UPVC double glazing and LPG fired central heating. The accommodation is deceptively spacious and includes the following:
A UPVC double glazed entrance door opens into the
With a further door opening into the
Sitting Room (4.22 x 4.80 (13'10" x 15'8"))
With windows to the fore, wall lights, coved and textured ceiling, Calor gas fire in feature stone surround, radiator, power points, double 15 pane glass doors leading to the dining room.
Dining room (4.22 x 3.61 (13'10" x 11'10"))
With window to the fore, radiator and door to the kitchen.
Kitchen (4.22 x 5.00 (13'10" x 16'4"))
Enjoying a double aspect with a tiled floor and a range of fitted base units with Pine fronts with complimentary work surfaces over incorporating a stainless steel single drainer with further storage in matching wall mounted units. There is plumbing for an automatic washing machine and a dishwasher together with a gas fired Rayburn which supplements the hot water, radiator and electric cooker point. Gas cooker. Stable door leads to the porch.
Office (4.22 x 2.26 (13'10" x 7'4"))
With windows to the front and rear.
With tiled floor, UPVC door leading to the rear, wall mounted Valliant gas fired boiler for the central heating and loft access.
Bedroom 1 (4.42 x 4.42 (14'6" x 14'6"))
With UPVC double glazed window to the side, radiator and power points.
Bedroom 2 (3.38 x 3.66 (11'1" x 12'0"))
With UPVC double glazed window to the side, radiator, wash hand basin and power points.
Bedroom 3 (4.55 x 3.02 (14'11" x 9'10"))
This room has previously been used as an additional sitting room and includes a UPVC double glazed door to the rear garden, radiator, wall mounted valor heater together with power points.
Bathroom (2.90 x 3.63 (9'6" x 11'10"))
With loft access, walk in shower, bath, partly tiled walls, w.c and wash basin, radiator and airing cupboard housing the lagged cylinder.
The residence stands within quite spacious grounds laid to mainly well established lawns with adequate car parking turning space. There are a row of garages of block walls under a corrugated asbestos roof being 26' x 17'11 (7.29m X 5.46m overall) with three doors to the fore together with an adjoining store 17'11 x 8'3 (5.46m X 2.51m)
Timber built workshop 48' X 19 (14.63m X 5.79m)
The land is situated to the side of the property and can easily be reached via a pedestrian access from the rear garden or via roadhouse gates. It comprises two level pastures as shown on the plan attached for identification purposes only and believed to extend to approximately 5 acres or thereabouts being ideally suited for equestrian use or indeed as a smallholding. There are further outbuildings in this area including steel framed shed 60' x 30' (16.76m x 4.42m) of similar construction.
The buildings are ideally suited to a variety of uses, subject of course to any planning consent being obtained.
We understand the property has the benefits of mains water on a metered supply together with mains electricity and a private drainage system. The bungalow has the benefit of full UPVC double glazing together with LPG fired central heating. Telephone subject to BT regulations.
We understand that the property is freehold of tenure but would advise that there is an agreement that will pass to the purchasers of Longhouse whereby one of the garages is occupied by a neighbor for his lifetime.
Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP. Tel 01437 764551
Band E- 2009/2010 £1077.43
The sale of Longhouse Tynewydd, Hundleton offer the ideal opportunity to acquire a residential smallholding in a location where few properties of this nature come onto the open market. The accommodation is ideally suited to family or retirement purposes and the property has the benefit of several useful outbuildings and a useful parcel of land ideally suited for small holding purposes or indeed equestrian use. Viewing is therefore highly recommended.
Pembroke SA71 5RX