- Detached 3 bedroom bungalow and land.
- Detached double garage with power and water connected, utility room and workshop. Ideal for conversion for additional accommodation.
- Good sized plot with lapsed planning for an additional property.
- Approx 6 acres. 2 acre garden and 4 acre paddock.
- EPC Rating E.
The property comprises a good sized detached bungalow affording sitting room, dining room, kitchen and conservatory, three bedrooms two of which are double and a family bathroom. Externally there is a double garage with workshop and washroom attached perfect for conversion into additional accommodation as a granny annex or holiday let. (subject to planning) At the side of the property is a good sized plot with lapsed planning for further accommodation. Four Seasons sits in approx. 2 acres of mature garden, of well-established trees and shrubs, and has the benefit of a pony shelter that has historically been utilised as stables. The paddock of approx 4 acres is situated to the side and includes an area of woodland, has access from both the road and the garden.
Noonamah is a detached three bedroom bungalow sitting in substantial grounds with an additional 4 acre paddock, situated within walking distance of the the village of Clynderwen which lies within a few miles of the busy market town of Narberth, with its many individual shops and restaurants. Clynderwen has a good range of amenities and facilities, including a railway station, regular bus service, several shops and a pharmacy and is in close proximity to the newly-established independent Redhill School. There is also a Primary School in Llandissilio some two miles north. The village is conveniently situated with easy access to the larger market towns of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen and the superb scenery of the South Pembrokeshire coastline and the Preseli Mountains.
Four Seasons is a detached three bedroom bungalow sitting in substantial grounds with an additional 4 acre (approx) paddock, situated within walking distance of the the village of Clynderwen which lies within a few miles of the busy market town of Narberth, with its many individual shops and restaurants. Clynderwen has a good range of amenities and facilities, including a railway station, regular bus service, several shops and a pharmacy and is in close proximity to the newly-established independent Redhill School. There is also a Primary School in Llandissilio some two miles north. The village is conveniently situated with easy access to the larger market towns of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen and the superb scenery of the south Pembrokeshire coastline and the Preseli Mountains.
With radiator, loft access and storage cupboard.
Sitting Room: (5.18m 3.35m x 4.57m 3.05m (17' 11" x 15' 10"))
With a radiator and a feature of a brick effect fireplace that houses an oil fired 'wood burner style stove' with back boiler. The ceiling is coved and artexed and indeed this is a feature that is apparent in many of the rooms throughout the property. An archway opens into:
Dining Room: (3.05m 0.61m x 2.74m 3.35m (10' 2" x 9' 11"))
With radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the rear.
Kitchen: (3.96m 0.61m x 3.05m 0.30m (13' 2" x 10' 1"))
Equipped with a range of fitted base units with work surfaces over and incorporating an eye level electric cooker, separate hob with extractor hood over, one and half bowl sink unit etc together with further storage in matching wall mounted units. There is also a built in cupboard housing the emersion tank and a window that has borrowed light from the conservatory. A door leads into the conservatory.
This is situated off of the Kitchen and comprises a single glazed lean-to conservatory that has access onto the rear patio. Tiled flooring throughout and radiator.
Bedroom 1: (3.96m x 2.44m 1.22m ( 13' x 8' 4" ))
With built in wardrobe having mirrored doors, radiator and a window overlooking the rear garden.
Bedroom 2: (3.96m 0.30m x 2.74m 1.83m (13' 1" x 9' 6"))
Again having built in wardrobes with mirrored doors, a radiator and window overlooking the front garden.
Bedroom 3: (2.44m 2.74m x 2.74m 2.44m (8' 9" x 9' 8))
With radiator and window overlooking the front garden.
With partly tiled walls and including a W.C, wash hand basin, shower cubicle with electric shower over, corner bath, radiator, wall mounted electric fan heater and a light/shaver point.
A substantial detached garage that also includes a utility room and integral store shed together with an outside W.C. The garage is constructed of 'Tyrolean' rendered block walls under a pitched tiled roof and has the benefit of water, electricity and mains drainage.
The property stands in approximately 6 acres of land or thereabouts in total. Immediately around the residence is a large pleasant garden and lawned area and this includes a patio. There is a driveway that leads to the front gate.
As mentioned above the gardens and grounds immediately around the property are laid mainly to lawn with several well established shrubs and trees and include a small field shelter of box profile construction.
Approx 4 acres with access from both the garden and road side. with an area of woodland.
From our Narberth Office travel north on the A478 an at Penblewin roundabout again proceed north towards Cardigan upon reaching the village of Clynderwen turn right onto Gower Villa Lane shortly after the ‘Clynderwen Farmers’ premises on the right hand side. Proceed on through Gower Villa Lane and the property can be found on the right hand side.
We understand that the property has the benefit of mains water, electricity, with mains drainage together with full oil fired central heating and uPVC double glazing. Telephone subject to BT regulations. We are also advised there is Broadband connection to the property.
Pembrokeshire County Council,
Council Tax Band E
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
This unusual property with ample gardens and paddock situated in a village location offers an ideal opportunity as a holiday letting development, with land for yurts or tents (subject to planning) or for two generations of the same family to utilise this parcel of productive land and the double garage for conversion into a granny annex or similar, Plus a good sized plot with lapsed planning for additional accommodation.Viewing is essential to filly appreciate the benefits and features of this unusual property.