A rare and classic example of an untouched North Pembrokeshire farmstead in a beautifully secluded location amongst 4.5 acres of land with outbuildings
*** One of the last remaining untouched North Pembrokeshire smallholdings
*** Awaiting the exciting re-development proposition that it deserves
*** Beautifully located in totally unspoilt private rural surroundings of this part of West Wales
*** Comprising a cottage style farmhouse of stone and slate construction
*** Offering currently 2 bedroomed accommodation requiring full renovation and refurbishment offering 6 rooms *** Together with an arrangement of stone and slate farm buildings, some of which require re-construction and renovation, but equally deserving of full renovation
*** Delightfully set around a hard based farmyard at the end of a private track approach over farmland
*** Set within its own beautiful unspoilt rural setting with streamside pasture and rough grazing, woodland and extensive undeveloped grounds and gardens
*** In all some 4.5 acres or thereabouts
*** Further land available via separate negotiation Location
Llwynbedw is located approximately 1 mile from the Pembrokeshire Village of Llanycefn, 2 miles South of the Village of Maenclochog, 2.5 miles from the Village of Glandy Cross on the A478 Narberth to Crymych road, 7 miles from the popular Town of Narberth, 10 miles to the County Town of Haverfordwest, 15 miles from Carmarthen. Located at Grid Reference Number 089/228. Located at the end of a private drive.
The placing of Llwynbedw on the open market provides Prospective Purchasers with an opportunity of acquiring a gloriously located renovation project in the heart of the unspoilt countryside of Mid/North Pembrokeshire.
The property is within easy reach of the South Pembrokeshire Tourist destinations of Saundersfoot, Tenby, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and within easy access of the popular North Pembrokeshire Coast at Newport, Cardigan and Fishguard.
The property is within easy commuting distance of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen and lies just 20 miles or so from the A48/M4 access to South Wales.
Llwynbedw is a traditional farmstead that has been owned by the same Family for many Generations and now is released to the market for the first time for many years.
It provides a charming unspoilt stone and slate farmhouse together with an array of farm buildings that suit conversion potential.
The land is improvable, rough grazing, could be re-established for conservation interests or silvicultural purposes and is bordered by the Afon Rhydafallen Trout stream.
The grounds are beautifully sheltered and secluded giving the property immediate and instant privacy for those seeking seclusion.
This is a most interesting property that can only be fully appreciated on inspection.
The farmhouse requires complete renovation and/or extending and provides currently:-
Reception Room 1
Reception Room 2
With 3 piece suite. Requiring renovation..
First FloorLarge Bedroom 1
Large Bedroom 2
The Farm Buildings
Divide more specifically as follows:-
Old Stone and Slate Cow Shed
51' 5" x 15' 2" (15.67m x 4.62m). With
7' 6" x 7' 5" (2.29m x 2.26m). Of block and cement asbestos construction.
Further Stone and Slate Coach House Range and Stable
16' x 40' (4.88m x 12.19m). Requiring renovation/partial re-construction to one side.
Inside Cow Shed
The land is level, requires re-establishment and extends to approximately 4 acres with the homestead of approximately half an acre or thereabouts. In all some 4.5 ACRES in total.
Front of Farmhouse
Rear of Farmhouse
These are for general guidance only. You are responsible to confirm accuracy by inspection.