- 33 Acre Holding on Mountain West.
- Uninterrupted views over Dinas Head, Newport Bay, Morfa Head and the Sea beyond.
- Welsh Farmhouse together with a Studio/Annexe as well as Traditional Stone and Brick Outbuildings.
- The Land has 20 Acres of mixed Deciduous Trees inc Ash, Oak Beech etc etc.
- Peaceful, Private and Secluded but not isolated location.
*Parke is a 33 Acre Holding which stands on the hillside above Newport (known as Mountain West) in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park from where uninterrupted views can be enjoyed to Mynydd Dinas, Dinas Head, Newport Bay, Morfa Head and the Sea beyond.
*The Property has the benefit of a early eighteenth century Welsh Farmhouse together with a Studio/Annexe (utilised as overflow accommodation) as well as a useful range of Traditional Stone and Brick Outbuildings with further potential (subject to any necessary consents).
*The Land has 20 Acres of mixed Deciduous Trees including Ash, Oak, Beech, Rowan and Birch, whilst the middle section with the house has many Specimen Trees, an Apple Orchard and a Meadow. There are also about 50 large Trees which are 50-100 years old. All woodland is low maintenance.
*The Property borders onto Newport Mountain and stands in a Peaceful, Private and Secluded Location (but not Isolated). It is accessed off the Council Road after Parc y Marriage over a hardsurfaced track of 1 mile which is classified as a Bridleway.
*Holdings of this nature on Newport Mountain benefitting from uninterrupted views are extremely rare and the opportunity to purchase should not be missed. Early inspection strongly advised.
Parke is a 33 Acre Residential Holding which stands on the hillside above Newport which is known as Mountain West. The Property is within 2 miles or so by car of the desirable Market and Coastal Town of Newport.
Newport has the benefit of several Shops a Post Office, Primary School, Church, Chapels, Public Houses, Restaurants, Cafes, Hotels, Take Aways, Art Galleries, Repair Garage, a Library, Tourist Information Centre, a Memorial/Community Hall, Dental Surgery, a Health, Eco and Wellness Centre and a Golf Course.
The Pembrokeshire Coastline at The Parrog is within 3 miles or so of the Property and also within easy reach are the other well known sandy beaches and coves at Newport Sands, Ceibwr, Poppit Sands, Cwm, Aber Rhigian, Aberfforest, Cwm-yr-Eglwys, Pwllgwaelod and Aberbach.
Parke stands within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park which is designated an area of outstanding natural beauty and protected accordingly. Parke is close to Carningli Common and Carningli Mountain which provides excellent Walking, Rambling, Pony Trekking and Hacking facilities.
The well known Market Town of Fishguard is some 9 miles or so West, whilst the other well known Market Town of Cardigan is some 14 miles or so North East.
Cardigan being closeby has the benefit of an excellent Shopping Centre together with an extensive range of amenities and facilities which briefly include Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, Banks, Building Societies, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Cafes, Take Aways, Art Galleries, a Cinema/ Theatre, Supermarkets, Petrol Filling Stations, a Further Education College and a Cottage Hospital.
The County and Market Town of Haverfordwest is some 20 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 Road from Newport to Haverfordwest and Carmarthen and the M4 to Cardiff and London as well as good rail links from Fishguard and Haverfordwest to Carmarthen, Cardiff, London Paddington and the rest of the UK.
Parke is accessed off the Council Road (200 metres past Parc y Marriage, Newport) via a hardsurfaced track of 1 mile which is classified a Bridleway.
From Fishguard take the Main A487 road east for 7 miles and on entering the town of Newport, take the first turning on the right onto Ffordd Bedd Morys and Cwm Gwaun. Continue on this road for half a mile or so and take the first turning on the right. Parke is at the very end of this road. Continue on this road for half a mile and continue on the hardsurfaced track for 1 mile until you reach the gate leading into Parke. A board is attached to the gate. Continue on this road for a few hundred yards until you reach Parke.
Parke Farmhouse/Cottage comprises an early eighteenth century Detached 2 storey building of solid stone construction with part stone faced elevations and part rendered elevations under a pitched recently totally renovated composition slate roof. Accommodation is as follows:-
Glazed Entrance Door to:-
Sitting/Dining Room (9.14m x 4.34m (30'0" x 14'3"))
With 2 double glazed joinery windows, Inglenook feature fireplace with concealed lighting, a multifuel stove at the other end of the room on a slate heath, 2 double panelled radiators, open beam ceiling, 2 alcoves, vinyl floor covering, understairs cupboard, staircase to First Floor, ample power points, and broadband and satellite TV connections and an opening to:-
With vinyl floor covering, double panelled radiator, double glazed joinery door to rear garden, wall light, door to Utility/Cloak Room and door to:-
Kitchen/Breakfast Room (6.55m x 2.29m (21'6" x 7'6" ))
With vinyl floor covering, Belfast sink with hot and cold, double panelled radiator, wall shelves, freestanding 4 ring LP Gas Cooker, plumbing for dishwasher, 2 ceiling lights, 14 power points and 2 double glazed joinery windows (one of which affords uninterrupted views to Dinas Head and Newport Bay).
Utility/Cloak Room (2.34m x 1.60m (7'8" x 5'3" ))
With vinyl floor covering. Trianco wall mounted electric (Aztec) boiler (running the Central Heating), double glazed window, WC, Belfast sink with hot and cold, Santon pressurised hot water cylinder with immersion heater, double panelled radiator, 2 power points and wall light.
A staircase from the Sitting/Dining Room gives access to a:-
With stair to:-
Landing Area (2.13m x 1.22m (7'0" x 4'0" ))
With fitted carpet, 1 power point, ceiling light over stairwell, door to Bathroom and opening to:-
Bedroom 1 / Dressing Area (formally 3 Bedrooms) (5.18m x 4.37m (17'0" x 14'4" ))
(formerly 2 bedrooms, but with careful configuration the First Floor could easily provide 2/3 Bedrooms and a Bathroom). With 2 ceiling lights, painted tongue and groove clad ceiling, fitted carpet, double panelled radiator, power points, 4 joinery double glazed windows (2 with shutters and affording uninterrupted Coastal Sea Views to Dinas Island and Coastal Sea Views to Newport Bay and beyond.
Bathroom (3.12m x 2.44m (10'3" x 8'0" ))
With white suite of Roll Top Bath, Wash Hand Basin, Saniflow WC and a glazed Shower Cubicle with a Mira thermostatic shower, chrome heated towel rail/radiator, vinyl floor covering, pine tongue and groove clad ceiling and wall, access to an Insulated Loft, built in storage cupboards, wall mounted fan heater, glass splashback and a double glazed joinery window.
Adjoining the Farmhouse/Cottage on the southern gable end are the stone wall remains of an old Forge building.
Within close proximity of the Farmhouse/Cottage is a:-
Bedroom 2 / Studio / Annexe (8.53m x 5.64m (28'0" x 18'6" ))
Of predominantly stone construction with an insulated box profile roof. It has 4 double glazed windows as well as double glazed french doors affording uninterrupted views to Dinas Head and Newport Bay. In addition, it has cold water plumbing to a stainless steel sink as well as a Woodburning Stove on a steel hearth. It has 2 ceiling lights and an LED striplight as well as two 3'6" (1.05m) wide pedestrian entrance doors.
Within close proximity of the Studio/Annexe is a :-
Former Cowshed (8.99m x 5.33m (29'6" x 17'6" ))
Of brick construction with an insulated box profile roof. It has 2 double glazed joinery windows, 4 LED striplights and 8 power points. Adjoining the Studio/Annexe on the southern gable end is a:-
Wood Shed (6.76m x 4.62m (22'2" x 15'2" ))
Of stone construction with a pitched corrugated cement fibre roof. It has 2 door openings as well as 2 LED striplights and 2 power points. Up slope from this barn is a Water Filter Hut.
Within a short walk of the Wood Shed is a:-
Stone Barn (6.71m x 3.43m (22'0" x 11'3" ))
Of stone construction with a grouted corrugated cement fibre roof. It has half glazed double entrance doors.
There is also the stone wall remains and partially covered sheep fold.
Adjacent to the Parking area is a:-
Multipurpose Shed/Garage (14.02m x 5.94m (46'0" x 19'6" ))
Of steel stanchion construction with timber cladding under a pitched corrugated cement fibre roof. It has an electric light and power points connected.
The Land in total extends to 33 Acres or thereabouts. (See Vendors Description Woodland Parke).
The boundaries of Parke are edged red on the attached copy of the Land Registry Plan. The access track from the entrance near Parc y Marrage is coloured green on the Plan.
A second Plan of the Property is attached with the boundaries of Parke edged in black and the Outer Fence edged yellow and Inner Fence edged dark red.
Mains Electricity connected. Private Water from a Spring that is gravity fed to a Holding Tank and onto the filter house and through filters and treated via an Ultra Violet Disinfection System. Telephone, subject to British Telecom Regulations. Broadband Connection. Septic Tank Drainage. Wiring and Dish for Satellite TV. Electric Central Heating via an Aztec system as well as a Multifuel/Woodburning Stove.
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon Completion.
Rights of Ways
Vehicular and Pedestrian access Rights of Ways exist in favour of the Property over the hardsurfaced track (classified a Bridleway) which leads off the Council Maintained District Road that ends after the entrance to Parc y Marriage. The Property is crossed by a Public Footpath that is contained by fences.
Parke is a delightfully situated 33 Acre Residential Holding which stands on the hillside above Newport, which is known as Mountain West. The Property stands in a peaceful, private and secluded (but not isolated) location on the hillside overlooking Dinas Head and Newport Bay. It has the benefit of a comfortable, character Farmhouse residence which has potential for 2/3 Bedrooms on the First Floor, although currently the vendors utilise the First Floor as a Bedroom with Dressing Area and an En Suite Bathroom. There is also a Studio/Annexe which is utilised as overflow accommodation to the main residence as well as other Stone and Brick Buildings with conversion/extension potential (Subject to Planning) as well as a Former Cowshed, Stone Barn and a spacious Multipurpose Barn 46'6" x 19'6" (14.02m x 5.94m). The Land in total extends to 33 Acres or thereabouts of which the majority of the Land is Deciduous Woodland which is in 3 fenced areas. The perimeter boundary of the entire Property is sheep fenced and has a cattle grid entry. It is accessed off the Council Road off Mountain West over a one mile hardsurfaced track (classified a Bridleway) which ends at Parke entrance gate. In order to appreciate the location, the privacy factor, seclusion and the views from this exceptional holding, inspection is essential and strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide.
N.B. Further information in relation to the Property, Woodland areas and its maintenance. Specimen Tree types, Orchard varieties and Water is available upon request.