- 7.5 Acre Residential Smallholding.
- Coastal Sea Views to Aberbach, Dinas Head and Fishguard Bay.
- 2/3 Reception, 4/5 Bedroom and 2 Bath/Shower Room accommodation.
- Detached Barn/Annexe which has been utilised as overflow accommodation.
- Private Location within a mile of Dinas Cross.
- Oil Central Heating and Hardwood painted Double Glazed Windows.
- 7.442 Acres of Land to include 4 Acres Pasture Land and 3 Acres Woodland.
* An exceptional 7.5 Acre Residential Smallholding which stands on the hillside adjacent to Dinas Mountain with Coastal Sea views to Aberbach, Dinas Head and Fishguard Bay.
* Spacious 2/3 Reception, 4/5 Bedroom and 2 Bath/Shower Room accommodation.
* Oil Central Heating, Hardwood painted Double Glazed Windows and Doors and Roof Insulation.
* Detached 2 storey Barn/Annexe (Ty Cart) which has been utilised by the vendors as overflow family accommodation.
* Private (but not isolated) location within a mile of the village of Dinas Cross and within 2 miles by road of the North Pembrokeshire Coastline at Pwllgwaelod, Cwm-yr-Eglwys and Aberbach.
* 7.442 Acres of Land including 4 Acres (approx) Pasture Land and 3 Acres (approx) of Woodland (approximately 3,500 Trees).
* Early inspection strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide. EPC Rating TBC.
Pen-y-Mynydd is a 7 ½ Acre Residential Holding which stands on the hillside in an elevated location adjacent to Dinas Mountain and is within a mile or so (by road) of the centre of the village of Dinas Cross.
Dinas Cross is a popular village which stands on the North Pembrokeshire Coastline between the Market Town of Fishguard (4 ½ miles west) and the well known Coastal Town of Newport (2 ½ miles east).
Dinas Cross has the benefit of a good General Store, 2 Public Houses, a Fish and Chip Shop Takeaway, 2 Chapels, a Church, Petrol Filling Station/Post Office/Store, a Village/Community Hall and a Licensed Restaurant at Pwllgwaelod.
The Pembrokeshire Coastline at Pwllgwaelod is within 2 miles or so of the Property and also close by are the other well known sandy beaches and coves at Aberbach, Cwm-yr-Eglwys, Aberfforest, Aber Rhigian, Cwm, The Parrog and Newport Sands.
Dinas Cross stands within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park which is a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and protected accordingly. Dinas Mountain is within a few hundred yards of the property and provides excellent Walking, Rambling, Hacking and Pony Trekking facilities.
Within a short drive is the well known Market and Coastal Town of Newport which benefits of a good range of Shops, a Primary School, Church, Chapels, Public Houses, Hotels, Restaurants, Cafés, Take-Away’s, Art Galleries, a Memorial/Community Hall, Library, Tourist Information Centre, a Dental Surgery and a Health Centre.
Fishguard being close by has the benefit of a good Shopping Centre together with a wide range of amenities and facilities which briefly includes Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, a Building Society, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Cafes, Take-Away’s, Art Galleries, a Cinema/Theatre, Supermarkets and a Leisure Centre.
The well known Market Town of Cardigan is some 13 miles or so north east, whilst the County and Market Town of Haverfordwest is some 20 miles or so south.
Haverfordwest being within easy car driving distance 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 to Cardiff and London as well as good rail links from both Fishguard and Haverfordwest to Carmarthen, Cardiff, London Paddington and the rest of the UK.
From Fishguard, take the Main A487 Road east for some 4.5 miles and in the village of Dinas Cross, proceed past The Petrol Filling Station/Store and some 50 yards or so further on, take the first turning on the right signposted to Gwaun Valley. Proceed on this road for approximately three quarters of a mile and where the road bears 90° to the left, bear right (adjacent to the View Point). Continue on this road for a few hundred yards and Pen-y-Mynydd is the second entrance on the left hand side of the road. A "For Sale" Board is erected at the roadside entrance.
Alternatively from Cardigan, take the Main A487 Road south west for some 13 miles and in the village of Dinas Cross, take the turning on the left (just prior to the Petrol Filling Station/Store) signposted to Gwaun Valley. Follow directions as above.
Pen-y-Mynydd Farmhouse comprises a Detached 2 storey Residence of predominantly solid stone construction with natural stone faced elevations and rendered and whitened elevations under a pitched slate roof. There is also a Lean-to single storey extension at the rear of the Property with timber clad elevations under a corrugated iron roof. Accommodation is as follows:-
Storm Porch (2.21m x 2.29m (7'3" x 7'6"))
(approx). With Slate floor, wall light, post box, external power point and a double glazed entrance door to:-
Hall (2.79m x 1.52m (9'2" x 5'0"))
With a short flight of steps to an Inner Lobby, Slate floor, Velux window, 2 double glazed windows, coat hooks, recessed alcove, Mains Smoke Detector and door to:-
Kitchen/Breakfast Room (4.65m x 4.17m (15'3" x 13'8"))
With an Oak staircase to First Floor Sitting Room, Slate tile floor with Underfloor Heating, range of Oak laminate floor and wall cupboards, inset single drainer stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap, Hotpoint dishwasher, stainless steel splashback, Neff 4 ring ceramic/induction hob, vaulted ceiling, 2 ceiling lights, 4 wall spotlights, built in Hotpoint Single Oven/Grill, built in Beko Double Oven/Grill, microwave recess, Indesit Refrigerator, cooker box, appliance points, 10 power points, 2 double glazed windows, understairs storage cupboard and steps leading down to:-
Dining Room (5.33m x 4.17m (17'6" x 13'8"))
plus window recess 3'0" x 1'6" (0.91m x 0.46m). With a Slate tile floor with Underfloor Heating, double glazed window, Mains Smoke Detector, 12 power points, central heating thermostat control, open beam ceiling, 9 downlighters, TV point, telephone point and double glazed French Doors to a raised Slate Patio from where delightful Coastal Sea views can be enjoyed over Aberbach Beach to Fishguard Bay.
An Oak staircase from the Kitchen leads to a:-
Lounge (5.00m x 4.37m (16'5" x 14'4"))
With Pine floorboards, 4 Velux windows, 2 ceiling lights, 4 wall uplighters, Mains Smoke Detector, 2 double panelled radiators, TV point, telephone point, 10 power points and a double glazed window (affording Coastal Sea views).
A short flight of steps from the Ground Floor Hall gives access to an:-
Inner Lobby (1.57m x 1.40m (5'2" x 4'7"))
With Slate tile floor with Underfloor Heating, open beam ceiling, central heating thermostat control, door to Inner Hall, ceiling light and door to:-
Wet Room (2.74m x 1.47m (9'0" x 4'10"))
With ceramic tile floor, fully tiled walls, Belfast sink with hot and cold, open beam ceiling, extractor fan, ceiling light, glass shelf, shaver light/point, Mira Excel Thermostatic Shower, radiator, double glazed window and a built in cupboard which has power points and space for for an automatic washing machine and a tumble drier.
Inner Hall (4.11m x 1.52m (13'6" x 5'0"))
With Slate Tile floor with Underfloor Heating, open beam ceiling, ceiling light, central heating thermostat control, Mains Smoke Detector, ceiling light, 2 power points and doors to Bathroom, Bedrooms and:-
Sitting Room (4.88m x 4.70m (16'0" x 15'5"))
With Slate tile floor with Underfloor Heating, Inglenook Fireplace with a Morso Multifuel Stove and a concealed Inglenook light, natural stone walls, 4 downlighters, open beam ceiling, staircase to First Floor, Understairs Storage Cupboard, 8 power points, double glazed door to front garden and an electricity consumer unit.
Bedroom 1 (4.22m x 2.69m (13'10" x 8'10"))
(maximum). With Slate tile floor with Underfloor Heating, open beam ceiling, ceiling light, double glazed sash window with roller blind and slate sill, robe hooks, telephone point, TV point and 6 power points.
Bedroom 2 (3.07m x 2.46m (10'1" x 8'1"))
With Slate tile floor with Underfloor Heating, 3 double glazed windows with roller blinds and slate sills, painted tongue and groove clad ceiling, 2 wall uplighters, TV point, telephone point and 6 power points.
Bedroom 3 (2.95m x 2.79m (9'8" x 9'2"))
With Slate tile floor with Underfloor Heating, double glazed window with roller blind and slate sill, open beam ceiling, ceiling light, robe hooks, TV point, telephone point and 6 power points.
Bathroom (2.44m x 2.06m (8'0" x 6'9"))
With a split level Slate tile floor, white suite of Bath with Shower attachment, Wash Hand Basin and WC, fully tiled walls, 4 downlighters, part open beam ceiling, Mira Excel Thermostatic Shower over Bath, extractor fan, shaver light/point, heated towel rail/radiator, wall mirror and a tiled shelf.
Landing (3.81m x 2.29m (12'6" x 7'6"))
(maximum). With Pine floorboards, wall uplighter, Velux window over stairwell, sloping ceiling, Mains Smoke Detector, radiator, 2 wall uplighters, built in Cupboard housing a pressurised hot water cylinder, opening to Inner Landing and doors to Study/Bedroom 6 and:-
Bedroom 5 (4.14m x 2.95m (13'7" x 9'8"))
With Pine floorboards, 2 Velux windows with blinds, double glazed window with slate sills, robe hook, double panelled radiator, sloping ceiling, telephone point, TV point and 8 power points.
Study/Bedroom 6 (4.09m x 2.31m (13'5" x 7'7"))
(maximum). With Pine floorboards, Velux window with blind, 2 wall uplighters, stone feature wall with Slate shelves, robe hooks, radiator and 4 power points.
With Pine floorboards and doors to Separate WC, Shower Room and:-
Bedroom 4 (4.32m x 2.77m (14'2" x 9'1"))
With Pine floorboards, 3 Velux windows with blinds (two affording Sea views), double glazed gable window, TV point, telephone point, 8 power points, radiator, robe hooks and ceiling light.
With ceramic tile floor, fully tiled walls, extractor fan, wall light and a Mira Excel Thermostatic Shower.
With ceramic tile floor, suite of Wash Hand Basin and WC, fully tiled walls, tiled shelf, wall light, wall mirror, radiator and an alcove with 2 shelves.
There is a raised Slate Paved Patio adjacent to the north western gable end of The Farmhouse together with a hardstanding area allowing for ample Vehicle Parking and Turning space.
Adjacent to the south eastern gable end of The Farmhouse is an external Oil Boiler (heating domestic hot water and firing central heating) and an Oil Tank. Directly to the fore of The Farmhouse is a large Lawned Garden with Young Trees as well as a :-
of stone construction with a pitched concrete tile roof and a :-
which has the Water Pump and Filtration Unit.
Adjacent to the timber shed is a Water Holding Tank.
Within 20 yards or so of Pen-y-Mynydd House is a former Barn which is known as:-
Ty Cart (Cart House)
Accommodation is as follows:-
Living/Play Room (4.95m x 4.93m (16'3" x 16'2"))
With a laminate Oak floor, double panelled radiator, double glazed door to exterior, staircase to First Floor, ceiling light, double panelled radiator, TV point, 4 power points, door to Shower Room and an opening to:-
Kitchenette (2.29m x 1.60m (7'6" x 5'3"))
With ceramic tile floor, inset stainless steel bowl with mixer tap, 2 ring L.P. Gas Cooker Hob, Glow Worm wall mounted L.P. Gas Boiler (heating domestic hot water and firing Central Heating), part tile surround, 4 power points, extractor fan, open beam ceiling, floor cupboards, radiator and a wall shelf.
Shower Room (2.16m x 1.96m (7'1" x 6'5"))
With Slate tile floor, open beam ceiling, white suite of WC, Wash Hand Basin and a glazed and tiled Shower Cubicle with a Thermostatic Shower, shower curtain and rail, wall mirror, double panelled radiator, part tile surround, glass shelf, extractor fan and a wall mirror.
Landing (2.03m x 1.07m (6'8" x 3'6"))
With Pine floorboards, sloping ceiling, ceiling light and doors to:-
Store Room/Bedroom 1 (4.62m x 3.53m (15'2" x 11'7"))
With sloping ceiling, Pine floorboards, 4 downlighters, Velux window with blind, TV point and 4 power points.
Store Room/Bedroom 2 (4.62m x 2.26m (15'2" x 7'5"))
With Pine floorboards, Velux window with blind, sloping ceiling, 2 ceiling lights and 4 power points.
Adjoining Ty Cart (Cart House) is a:-
Lean-to Store Shed (5.18m x 1.52m (17'0" x 5'0" ))
(approximate measurement). Of concrete block construction with a corrugated iron roof. There is also a:-
Timber Log Store (2.44m x 1.07m (8'0" x 3'6"))
and a small Touring Caravan.
2 Outside Electric Lights.
The Land in total extends to 7.442 Acres or thereabouts. Of the total Acreage there is approximately 4 Acres of gently sloping Pasture Land and approximately Half an Acre of Woodland (approximately 3500 Trees). There is approximately Half an Acre or thereabouts of Gardens and Grounds which includes the Access Lane off the Council Maintained District Road. The approximate boundaries of the Property are coloured red on the attached Plan to the Scale of 1/2500.
The Farmhouse has Mains Electricity connected and Drainage to a Septic Tank. It has a Private Water supply from a Spring on adjoining Land (shared with next door property, Penymynydd) which is gravity fed to the Property. Oil Central Heating. Hardwood painted Double Glazed Windows and Doors. Floor and Roof Insulation. 2 Solar Panels. Broadband Connection.
Ty Cart (Cart House) has the benefit of Mains Electricity connected and Drainage to a Septic Tank. It has a Private Water supply from a Spring on adjoining Land (shared with the next door property Penymynydd) which is gravity fed to the Property. It also benefits from Roof Insulation, Double Glazing and LP Gas Heating (2 radiators).
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon Completion.
We understand that The Farmhouse has full Residential Planning, whilst Ty Cart (Cart House) has been used by the vendors as overflow accommodation to the Main Residence.
Pen-y-Mynydd is a delightfully situated 7.5 Acre Residential Smallholding which stands on the hillside overlooking the popular Coastal Village of Dinas Cross and within 2 miles or so by road of the well known beaches at Pwllgwaelod, Cwm-yr-Eglwys and Aberbach. The property benefits a spacious Detached Farmhouse Residence which has been completely modernised and refurbished in the last 10 years together with a Detached Building known as Ty Cart (Cart House) which has been utilised by the vendors as overflow accommodation. In addition, the Property has sizeable private Gardens and Grounds (bisected by a stream) together with ample Vehicle Parking and Turning Space. In all, the Property stands in 7.442 Acres or thereabouts of which there is approximately 4 Acres of gently sloping Pasture Land and approximately 3 Acres of Woodland (approximately 3,500 Trees). The Property stands in approximately Half an Acre or thereabouts of Gardens and Grounds which includes the Access Lane off the Council Road. It is ideally suited for Family, Retirement, Holiday Letting or for Investment purposes and is offered "For Sale" with a realistic Price Guide. Early inspection is strongly advised.