- Well Presented Detached Traditional Farmhouse
- 2 Receptions, Kitchen, Ground Floor Bedroom with Shower Room, etc.
- On the First Floor: 2 Bedrooms plus Sitting Area & Family Bathroom
- LPG Central Heating
- Garage/Workshop, Barn, in Approximately 2 Acres
Ty Rhos Farm is a traditional solid stone dwelling, rendered externally and is slightly set back from the road, approached over a short length of lane to the side, which opens to a parking and turning area. The versatile accommodation comprises: Dining Room, Kitchen, Living Room, Snug, Sitting Room and Conservatory. Ground Floor Bedroom, Dressing Room and Shower Room, with a Sitting Room, Two Further Bedrooms and a Bathroom to the first floor.
The gardens and grounds extend to around two acres or thereabouts, with level lawns to the rear, Garage/Workshop, Haybarn and a Static Caravan.
Ty Rhos Farm is located along a minor council roadway which links the hamlet of Rhoshill (on the A478 3-4 miles south of Cardigan) and the historic village of Cilgerran, on the site of the Norman Castle Ruins which stand guard over the Gorge through which the river Teifi flows on its way through Cardigan and onto Cardigan Bay at Poppit Sands, some 2 miles after.
Cilgerran also has a Parish Church, Chapel, Junior School which includes Nursery and Infants, Village Store, Garage, 3 Public Houses, Village Hall, etc.
Cardigan is able to provide a fuller array of commercial, educational and recreational facilities. The coastline, with its numerous coves and sandy beaches, is within easy driving from New Quay to the north along to St Davids in the west and Tenby/Saundersfoot in south Pembrokeshire.
Inland are the splendid Preseli Mountains, which come within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Ty Rhos Farm OS Grid Ref: SN 194 407.
The easiest way is to leave Cardigan, south, signposted Tenby on the A478. Pass through Penybryn and Bridell and at the crossroads in Rhoshill turn left towards Cilgerran. After approx. 1/2 mile, Ty Rhos can be seen on your left hand side, just opposite the junction for Rhosygilwen Mansion.
Dining Hall (4.27m x 1.78m (14' x 5'10"))
With double panel radiator and spacious storage, Upvc double glazed window and door.
Kitchen (4.34m x 2.72m (14'3" x 8'11"))
Having a range of wall and base units with worktop surfaces, Belfast sink single drainer unit, tiled splashbacks, range style cooker with extractor fan over, tiled flooring, recessed lights, double panel radiator, void and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, Upvc double glazed window to the rear.
Conservatory (5.18m x 3.51m (17' x 11'6"))
Upvc double glazed window, tiled flooring and door to the side vegetable garden and patio area.
Sitting Room (4.34m x 3.91m (14'3" x 12'10"))
With double panel radiator, wooden flooring, window to the front.
Walk-In Inglenook/Snug (2.44m x 1.52m (8' x 5'))
A delightful area with woodburner stove. A glass ceiling enables you to look up into the illuminated chimney breast, wooden floor, window to the front.
Living Room (8.61m x 4.32m (28'3" x 14'2"))
Open beam ceilings, woodburner stove, double panel radiator, 3 Upvc double glazed windows.
Self Contained Guest Wing with:-
Returning to the Dining Hall:
Shower Room (3.00m x 1.22m (9'10" x 4'62))
Including double shower unit, close coupled toilet, wall mounted wash basin, heated towel rail, fully tiled walls and floor, underfloor heating.
Ground Floor Bedroom (4.50m x 4.04m (14'9" x 13'3"))
With attractive exposed roof timbers, Velux roof window.
Dressing Room (2.69m x 1.45m (8'10" x 4'9"))
With fittings for hanging and shelves.
Sitting Area (5.23m x 4.32m (17'2" x 14'2"))
Exposed timber roof trusses to the apex, double panel radiator, dual aspect windows. Door to:-
Bedroom Two (4.55m x 3.23m (14'11" x 10'7"))
Radiator, Upvc double glazed to window to the front.
Upvc window, doors to:-
Housing the LPG boiler and a background radiator.
Bedroom Three (4.32m x 4.09m max (14'2" x 13'5" max))
Dual aspect Upvc double glazed window, radiator.
Family Bathroom (3.12m x 2.44m (10'3" x 8'))
With panel bath, close coupled toilet, vanity unit, Triton Ivory shower in cubicle, half tiled walls, double panel radiator, dual aspect windows enjoying countryside views.
Garage/Workshop (10.06m x 7.62m (33' x 25'))
Attached to the property, with electric roller shutter doors opening to the rear Parking/Turning Area laid to gravel.
2 Bay Hay Barn
The land, as indicated on the plan, extends to an estimated 2 acres in total, including vegetable garden area, lawns, rose hedge, mature tree plantation with chestnuts, fruit, etc. The gardens have the benefit of electric power points. Orchards used in the past for keeping chickens is fox proof with secure fencing. There is a static caravan onsite.
Services - Mains water and electricity, private drainage system, LPG gas central heating system.
Local Authority - Pembrokeshire County Council.
Property Classification - Band G
Tenure - Freehold and available with vacant possession upon completion.
Ty Rhos Farm is a delightful property with distant sea views, especially ideal as a family home for a growing family, being a mix of rural environment with modern facilities. Alternatively, for some, the property may afford business opportunities such as be run as a Bed & Breakfast enterprise, a certified location for the Caravan Club, as the owners have run in the past.
The property is very highly recommended to any discerning purchaser seeking a comfortable and up together property in a popular area.