Note To Buyers
This is originally an old farmhouse with a later large extension undertaken by our client some 25+ years ago. There are parts of the building that now need some work including roof flashings to the conservatory, chimney flashings and various other bits and pieces so please do not waste our clients time if you want/or are expecting a pristine house with no work to do as you will be disappointed. Old solid stone farmhouses by their very nature do need care and attention so if you want a pristine property with no work please buy a modern/new house.
Entrance via timber glazed door into:
With superb original slate slab flooring, radiator, staircase to first floor, door off to study and:
13' 0'' x 10' 9'' (3.96m x 3.28m)
With window to the front, radiator, 2 built-in decorative alcoves, door through to:
Kitchen / Breakfast Room
12' 10'' x 15' 1'' (3.92m x 4.60m)
A superb character room with a good range of wall and base units, sink unit, character beam over, two windows to side and rear, lovely natural slate slab flooring, slate slab worktop, electric cooker, gas hob, radiator, door through to:
16' 7'' x 10' 2'' (5.06m x 3.10m)
With beautiful slate slab flooring, UPVC double-glazed panels on 3 sides with French doors out to gardens, radiator. Please note, work is required on the roof of this room.
25' 7'' x 10' 2'' (7.80m x 3.10m)
A large room with a door out to the rear gardens, two windows to rear, radiator, doors to lounge, utility and:
11' 3'' x 13' 0'' (3.44m x 3.97m)
With window to the front, radiator, old fireplace, second door out to hallway.
8' 5'' x 7' 5'' (2.56m x 2.27m)
With a range of wall and base units, space and plumbing for washing machine, door into:
With window to the front, panelled bath with shower over with rail & curtain, low level flush WC, wash hand basin, radiator.
16' 11'' x 26' 6'' (5.16m x 8.07m)
A large room with wood-burning stove, four windows to the front and side, double doors out to rear, two radiators.
Accessed via staircase in hallway and giving access to:
10' 4'' x 13' 0'' (3.16m x 3.95m)
With window to the side, built-in cupboards, radiator.
25' 8'' x 10' 5'' (7.83m x 3.17m)
A large room with two windows to the rear, radiator, doors off to huge master bedroom and:
A large room with both a shower and panelled bath, low level WC, bidet,pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, window to the front.
26' 6'' x 16' 11'' (8.07m x 5.15m)
A huge bedroom with four windows on three sides, built-in wardrobes, two radiators,matching drawer and dressing table units staying.
11' 8'' x 11' 1'' (3.56m x 3.37m)
With window to the front, built-in wardrobes, radiator.
Box Room / Bedroom 4
5' 9'' x 6' 1'' (1.76m x 1.86m)
A typical box room with window to the front.
11' 10'' x 13' 0'' (3.60m x 3.95m)
With window to the front, radiator,all wardrobes and drawers staying.
Set in just under 2 acres of flat pastureland the land is split into 2 paddocks with lawned garden areas to the side and rear.
The property is reached via a 420 m stone track from the highway and has no immediate neighbours whatsoever.
There is a stone barn with huge conversion potential subject to any consents required, a useful dutch barn, a corrugated poultry shed, garage/workshop.
We are advised a footpath runs down the track from the highway, this same footpath also gives the owner of Penrallt Fach the right to walk down to the pretty River Bannon in the wooded valley below.
We are advised by the vendor that all the sheep and chickens onsite can be included as part of an agreed sale if required by the new owner.
In Feb 2021 the BBC 2 showed a documentary (check out BBC I Player) about the origins of Stonehenge and the archeologists have deduced that the original bluestones at Stonehenge were originally erected over 5000 yrs ago at a place called Waun Mawn in Pembrokeshire and then several hundred years later they were dismantled and moved to where Stonehenge is today.
Waun Mawn is just 4.30 miles (as the crow flies) from this property.(see picture on details) which the writer finds particularly fascinating and would be of particular interest to those buyers who enjoy local Neolithic history.
The original farmhouse is reputed to be one of the oldest houses in the area dating back hundreds of years and has been mentioned in various books. Interestingly the new owner would acquire grazing rights on the nearby hillside which of course is a reflection of its age.
From Cardigan take the A478 Narberth/Tenby road and proceed until you reach Crymych. As you enter the village, take the right turn sign-posted Eglwyswrw and proceed past Jewsons and out of the village.. Turn left towards Crosswell/Eglwyswrw (with post box on the corner). Stay on this road for 1.5 miles. You will see the white picket fence of The Old Swan on your right and the track to Penrallt Fach is on the left-hand side. It is approx 1/3 of a mile long and leads to the property.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, Houses for Sale in Wales.
Insulated 2 large lofts.
Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage (septic tank), gas-fired central heating.
Council Tax: Band F, Pembrokeshire County Council - 2020/21 is: £2053.18