The Old Farmhouse , Penrallt Goch, Newchapel, Boncath, Pembrokeshire. SA37 0HH
£395,000 4 bedrooms 1 bathrooms
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- 4 beds detached house
- Good range of outbuildings
- Stables and kennels
- Approx 13.5 acres
- Far-reaching views
- Peaceful, rural location
- Potential for further accommodation if desired
- Additional information
- En-suite 1
- Style Detached
- Parking Driveway
The Old Farmhouse is a traditional stone house under a slate roof, which was extended and renovated in the early 1990s. It offers comfortable 4 bed accommodation and enjoys a peaceful, rural location with far-reaching views over open countryside. The accommodation benefits from oil-fired central heating and double glazing. There is a good range of outbuildings including stabling, large general purpose shed which could be used for indoor schooling, hay barn etc. The old milking parlour, which sits adjacent to the house, could subject to consent, be converted to further accommodation. The property includes approx. 13.5 acres of pastureland
The property is situated down a long track outside the village of Newchapel, near Boncath. Newchapel has a public house with restaurant, while Boncath has a primary school, village hall, public house and village shop. The bustling market town of Newcastle Emlyn is approximately 7 miles away, Cardigan and the coast are about 9 miles and Crymych is about 6 miles. All three towns have secondary schools, leisure centres etc.
Front door; window to front; radiator
Living Room 29' 4" x 14' 9"
Window to front and side; sliding patio doors to rear; 2 radiators; exposed stone fireplace with log burning stove on slate hearth; stairs to first floor with cupboard under
Kitchen 13' 7" Max x 11' 0"
Window to front with window seat; side door; range of wall units with concealed lighting; matching base units with worksurfaces over; space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher; single bowl sink unit; Rangemaster LPG double oven with Smeg extractor hood over; breakfast bar; tiled splashbacks; slate tiled floor; radiator
Office/Dining Room 14' 7" x 13' 5"
Inglenook fireplace with original timber beam, slate hearth and bread oven to one side (decorative purposes only); window to rear; radiator
Loft access; radiator; window to rear
White WC; wash hand basin and bath with shower over; tiled walls to dado height; tiled floor; radiator; window to side; airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder
Bedroom 1 13' 7" x 12' 6"
Window to front; radiator; loft access
Bedroom 2 13' 7" x 13' 5"
Window to front; radiator
WC; vanity unit with wash hand basin; large shower cubicle; radiator; window to side
Bedroom 3 10' 4" x 8' 4"
Window to rear; radiator
Bedroom 4 13' 5" x 7' 7"
Window to rear; radiator
The property is approached via a hard surfaced track which leads to a yard in front of the house. Here there is ample space for parking and turning.
To the rear of the house is an enclosed garden with lawn, flower borders and mature shrubs.
To the side of the house is a stone and block building currently split into:
Workshop 3.15m x 8.75m with concrete floor, door to front and rear, hay loft over
Stable Block 10.5m x 8.8m with concrete floor, door to front and rear, subdivided into 5 large loose boxes with automatic drinkers.
This building has a block built store on the front of it.
It has potential for conversion to further accommodation subject to consent
Behind this building is a large 3 bay, open fronted Dutch Barn 17.3m x 12.9m with a concrete yard to the fore.
Beyond the barn is a further Stable Block, block built and measuring approx 7.6m x 15.05m, subdivided into 4 large loose boxes with a wide access corridor, and concrete floor.
To the side of this Stable Block is a block built general purpose building with box profile roof,14.55m x 15.6m, with a concrete yard behind. Ideal for livestock or, as has the potential for inddor schooling.
Beyond the yard is a timber kennel block.
Power and water are connected to all the outbuildings.
A gate from the yard in front of the house, and one to the rear of the house gives access to the land, which lies to the side and in front of the house. It is, in the main, good quality pasture land, split into 2 large enclosures. The land is mostly fairly level and gently sloping, falling away more steeply at the far side to a wooded area providing a haven for wildlife. The pasture land is well fenced (some fencing just replaced) and there are water troughs in the fields.
The property extends to approximately 13.5 acres in total.
We are advised that there are access rights through this property to reach a paddock that abuts the land of The Old Farmhouse.
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