A character property situated in a delightful country location found set back from the road at the base of the Preseli Hills standing within a large private pretty garden. The accommodation is of an interesting and versatile layout with the main house providing 3 bedroom accommodation and the original house joining this and having separate entrance and is self contained so could be used for holiday lets, additional family on visits or permanent let for extra income, etc... The accommodation is tired in condition but can be immediately be occupied and improvement work done over time or completely updated immediately depending on motivation. The property has great potential and offers good family living space and lifestyle.
EER - D58 House // Annex F27
The property is situated a short distance from the North Pembrokeshire village of Crosswell at the base of the Preseli Hills within the Pembrokeshire National Park. The location is an ideal as a base from which to stay and explore this part of West Wales with fabulous walks and scenery on the Preseli Hills. The Pembrokeshire coast is within easy driving distance with the long sandy beach at Newport, being some 15 minutes drive away. Within everyday commuting are the towns of Cardigan, the harbour town of Fishguard, Haverfordwest and Carmarthen with access onto the dual carriageway linking to the M4.Just outside Eglwyswrw is a garage and stores where everyday basics can be purchased.
Front door entrance into:
Lounge 26' x 12' (7.92m x 3.66m)
Probably originally two rooms at one time, now one large open plan room with windows, multi fuel stove, radiators, power points, exposed beamed ceiling, staircase to first floor.
Kitchen 24' x 7'7 (7.32m x 2.31m)
This room is divided into two parts with an overall measurement of approximately 24' x 7'7. With wall and base units, plumbing for washing machine, single sink with drainer, oven and grill, part tiled walls, windows, door to rear hall and connecting into:
With WC and wash hand basin.
Back Room 14' x 17'9 (4.27m x 5.41m)
A very versatile room which could be used as traditional sleeping accommodation, a workroom or second lounge.
First Floor Landing Area
Bedroom 1 9'3 x 8'9 (2.82m x 2.67m)
Windows and power points.
Bedroom 2 9'8 x 8'4 (2.95m x 2.54m)
(A wall has been taken down in this room for the lift access which is from the kitchen beneath but would easily revert back to the bedroom with a stud wall partition and door and the lift taken out).
Bedroom 3 9'10 x 12'3 (3.00m x 3.73m)
Window, radiator, power points.
Bedroom 4 10'7 x 9'10 (3.23m x 3.00m)
Window, radiator, power points and built-in wardrobes.
Electric shower, WC, wash hand basin, radiator, part tiled walls, window, access to insulated loft.
Separate access with door leading to:
Kitchen 16'6 x 7'4 (5.03m x 2.24m)
Single sink with drainer, plumbing for washing machine, radiator, recess (which probably housed a Rayburn or Aga at one time).
Lounge 14' x 12'6 (4.27m x 3.81m)
Radiator, solid fuel fireplace with back boiler heating the domestic hot water and radiators in the cottage.
WC, wash hand basin, bath with electric shower unit over, radiator.
Bedroom 5 9'10 x 14'4 (3.00m x 4.37m)
Access from the lounge, open tread staircase to:
Loft Room 12'7 x 14'6 (3.84m x 4.42m)
The property is approached over a shared driveway. There is a DETATCHED CORRUGATED GARAGE and a gated path leads down to the property. There is a lawned garden with trees, shrubs and borders extending down to the side with a POND and lovely lawned garden area extending round to the front with shrubs, trees and borders, part of the garden is fenced as there is drop down to the roadside and then leads down to the triangular point with shrubs, borders and trees. The garden is a particular feature of the property being nice and private and has had a lot of care and maintenance over the years.
We are advised that mains water and electric are connected with private drainage.