THE FARMHOUSE This is a fine period property constructed of stone with a Welsh slate roof and the benefit of a number of extensions which have extended the accommodation, particularly on the ground floor. The property has been well maintained and modernised by the current owners and offers the following accommodation:
OUTER STORM PORCH facing north, with glazed door to:
ENTRANCE HALL10'10" x 5'9" (3.3m x 1.75m). with staircase to first floor.
SITTING ROOM14'7" x 13'3" (4.45m x 4.04m). with wood burning stove, windows north east and north west with views, recessed area, slate hearth.
INNER HALL with understairs storage space.
STUDY8'8" x 6'11" (2.64m x 2.1m). with window south west to yard, radiator, stone flag floor.
BATHROOM13'5" x 6'9" (4.1m x 2.06m). with half tiled walls, panelled bath, pedestal hand basin, low flush WC, shower area with slate tray, radiator.
LIVING ROOM16'7" x 14'9" (5.05m x 4.5m). into recess area with large stone fireplace with oak beam over, oil fired stove, stone hearth, window north east.
UTILITY/BOOT ROOM14'5" x 7'1" (4.4m x 2.16m). with glazed sink unit, outer door to porch, tiled floor, radiator, coat hooks, fitted floor cupboards.
FARMHOUSE KITCHEN14'11" x 14'7" (4.55m x 4.45m). with windows north east, south east and south west, slate floor, radiator, extensive fitted floor units with character heavy duty slate worktop with cupboards under, Stanley oil fired cooker heating domestic hot water, central heating and providing cooking facilities, appliance recess areas, open staircase to first floor, opening and door leading to:
DINING ROOM23' x 6'9" (7m x 2.06m). with French doors north east at far end providing extensive views over Cenarth village and the famous waterfalls, three windows north west, further window and door south east, revealed stone walling, flag stone flooring, radiator.
CONSERVATORY16'3" x 8'2" (4.95m x 2.5m). with a fine south easterly and south westerly aspect opening onto the farmyard, with dwarf stone wall and extensive glazed area, door to utility and kitchen.
LANDING AREA with window south west.
BEDROOM 114'5" x 11'6" (4.4m x 3.5m). with window north east, Airing Cupboard with lagged tank.
SHOWER ROOM8'4" x 5'9" (2.54m x 1.75m). with large shower unit with glazed panels, low flush WC, hand basin, window north east, ladder style radiator.
BEDROOM 214'7" x 11' (4.45m x 3.35m). with windows north east and north west, double radiator, Victorian style fireplace.
BEDROOM 316'9" x 6'7" (5.1m x 2m). (plus low headroom area) with window south east, exposed beams.
BOX ROOM (UNDER EAVES) with window north west with further conversion possibilities.
BEDROOM 416'3" x 15'1" (max) (4.95m x 4.6m (max)). (approached via a separate staircase from the Kitchen), with window north east, south east and south west, radiator, exposed beams.
TRADITIONAL FARM BUILDINGS A particular feature of the property are the fine large L-shaped range of stone buildings which provide a very useful facility and exciting conversion possibilities and form two sides of a most attractive farmyard with a large duck pond and plenty of room for parking and turning. This includes a:
STONE BARN78'9" x 16'5" (24m x 5m).
FURTHER STONE BARN29'6" x 16'9" (9m x 5.1m).
BARN 340' x 16'5" (12.2m x 5m).
FURTHER STONE STABLES45'11" x 13'1" (14m x 3.99m). alongside the farm drive, near the farmyard entrance.
MODERN FARM BUILDINGS
TRADITIONAL SILO65'7" x 19'8" to ridge (20m x 6m to ridge).
LEAN-TO65'7" x 16'5" (20m x 5m). alongside.
TRADITIONAL CUBICLE &CATTLE SHED82' x 75'6" (25m x 23.01m). with wide central feed barriers.
EXTENSIVE CONCRETE YARDING with two slurry pools.
THE LAND The agricultural land extends to about 93 acres altogether and is mostly laid to pasture, although there are two fields which are currently laid to Miscanthus. The property lies in an area that is renowned for its prolific grass production with good quality soils and in the main, a gently southerly or south westerly aspect. The land is capable of being divided into sub-lots if required and offers would be considered for the house and approximately 20 acres, subject to purchasers requirements.
PLEASE NOTE The land is capable of being divided into sub-lots if required and offers would be considered for the house and in all 23 acres, subject to purchasers requirements. Price Guide £395,000.
SCHEDULE OF ACREAGES See full details.
JOINT SELLING AGENTS Edward H. Perkins, St. John House, Salutation Square, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. SA61 2LG. Tel: 01437 760730