- Traditional four-bedroom farmhouse.
- Standing in over an acre of grounds
- Oil central heating and uPVC double glazing.
- Range of useful storage sheds and large garage.
- Opportunity to purchase a further 11 acres- subject to further negotiation.
- Conversion opportunity for an annexe- subject to planning
•Traditional four-bedroom farmhouse.
•Large reception room.
•Conversion opportunity for an annexe- subject to planning.
•Oil central heating and uPVC double glazing.
•Range of useful storage sheds and large garage.
•Tremendous grounds - perhaps with some further development potential - subject to planning- with the opportunity to purchase a further 11 acres- subject to further negotiation.
Leachpool Farm occupies a semi-rural setting a mile or so north of the popular village of Crundale and within easy reach of the market town of Haverfordwest, which as the principal administrative centre of the coastal county of Pembrokeshire, has the benefit of an extensive range of amenities and facilities. The superb scenery of the renowned Pembrokeshire coastline also lies within easy reach. The setting of Leachpool Farm,is ideally suited to purchasers looking for a home in a convenient setting, that has the benefit of good-sized grounds, but is not isolated ina any way.
From the A40, Haverfordwest by-pass follow signs for ‘Cardigan’. Upon joining the B4329 follow the road for approximately 1.5 miles where Leachpool Farm will be seen on the left side at post code SA62 4DS.
Grid Reference: 974 190
Leachpool Farm is a four-bedroom farmhouse where the original dwelling was a traditional Pembrokeshire Cottage dating back to the late 19th century. The property has been progressively updated over the years and retains a degree of charm and character . There is a workshop adjacent to the house, within one of the old farm-buildings, and we feel that this has plenty of p potential for conversion to provide additional accommodation or perhaps a commercial building such as a gallery or similar, subject to planning.
The property benefits from a large garage and sits in approximately an acre of land and also benefits form a large garage and various garden sheds.
A uPVC wood effect double glazed front door opens into:
SITTING ROOM (8.75m x 3.96m (28'8" x 12'11"))
A large and versatile room with timber floor, wall lights with two bay windows to the fore.. A large feature brick fireplace with multi-fuel fire provides a focal point, with exposed beams with stairs rising to the first floor. Radiator. Double 15 pane glass doors lead to:
KITCHEN/DINER (5.70m x 3.96m (18'8" x 12'11"))
Large kitchen/diner situated to the rear, with pine base units with tiled work surfaces over, incorporating a 1.5 bowl sink unit, and further storage in matching wall-mounted units, with extractor hood over the cooker. Part tiled walls and an open-beamed and boarded ceiling. There are patio doors leading to rear patio and driveway and rear door also leading to the side patio. 15 pane glass door leading to:
UTILITY ROOM (2.72m x 3.04m)
With tiled floor, base units with complimentary work surface amd matching wall mounted units. Oil fired boiler, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, radiator. 15 pane glass door leading to:,
Laminated wood effect floor with W.C. wash hand basin and radiator.
Stairs from the sitting room to the landing with loft access hatch and doors leading to all rooms.
BEDROOM 1 (3.15 x 3.36 max (10'4" x 11'0" max))
With built in wardrobes, ornate coving, ceiling medallion, dado rail and radiator with front aspect double glazed window.
BEDROOM 2 (3.93m x 2.39m (12'10" x 7'10"))
With Dressing Area off 2.63m x 1.33m. A good-sized with built in wardrobes within the bedroom and dressing area,, ornate coving, ceiling medallion, dado rail and radiator with two front aspect double glazed windows and feature ceiling light and fan.
BEDROOM 3 (2.01 x 3.71 (6'7" x 12'2"))
With built in wardrobes, ornate coving, ceiling medallion with light and fan, dado rail and radiator with front aspect double glazed window.
BEDROOM 4 (2.72m x 3.74m ( 8'11" x 12'3"))
With, built in wardrobes, ornate coving, ceiling medallion, dado rail and radiator with two front aspect double glazed window and feature ceiling light and fan.
Timber floor and fully tiled walls with an airing cupboard. The bathroom is Iincludes a W.C., wash hand basin, ‘P’ shaped bath with shower over and bidet along with extractor and radiator with frosted double-glazed window to the rear.
Leachpool Farm stands in grounds that extend to over 1 acre (STM). A sweeping stone driveway provides v=access to the rear and ample car-parking turning space.
Adjoining the house is a former agricultural outbuilding, that is traditionally constructed and is currently used as a Workshop (9.75m x 4.45m) We feel that his
outbuilding would be well suited to conversion project, such as additional residential accommodation or perhaps even a gallery or similar, subject to the necessary consents being obtained.
There is also a large garage with up and over style door with personal door leading to the rear garden and three garden sheds. Access to the garage is taken over the access that leads to the properties situated at the rear We understand that the access lane is owned by Leachpool Farm.
The grounds are a particularly attractive feature of the property, being laid mainly to lawns with several shrub borders.
Quite possibly there would be the opportunity of further development within the grounds, again,subject to obtaining planning consent.
THE PURCHASERS WILL BE GIVEN THE OPTION OF ACQUIRING A FIELD SITUATED TO THE REAR OF THE PROPERTY THAT EXTENDS TO 11 ACRES OR THEREABOUTS.
This comprises a level and productive field laid to pasture, and suitable for grazing or equestrian use.
Mains water (metred supply) and electricity are connected. Mains drainage. Oil fired central heating. Loft insulation. uPVC double glazing. Telephone, subject to British Telecom Regulations. Broadband connected.
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. SA61 1TP/ Tel. 01437 764551.
This is an opportunity to purchase a family home of considerable charm and character in a convenient setting and with the potential for additional land and perhaps further development in the future