4 Bedroom Bungalow (Now Sold)
Tavernspite, Hendy-Gwyn, SA34 0NN
Mountain Town is located just outside the village of Tavernspite near the world acclaimed Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It has far reaching views over the Preselli Mountains and east to Carmarthenshire. They are spectacular!
The dwelling is a cottage style bungalow with 4 bedrooms, large bathroom, living room, kitchen,Utility room and sitting/dining room. It is in a good state of repair and is well decorated throughout. The living room has a log burner and the dining room has an interesting enamel oil fired stove. There is also oil fired central heating throughout. The bungalow is fully double glazed. It is on mains water with private drainage. There is a bore hole for water but is currently not used.
The room sizes and details are as follows:
Entrance Porch/Utility Room 1.70m x 4.37m
Quarry tiled floor.Plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer with beech worktop over. Wall cupboards. Coat hanging spaces and boot store. Window to yard.
Dining Room 3.38m x 4.37m
Ledge and brace door (as is throughout the property) Tiled floor. 2 windows to the front. Tiled (Fired Earth tiles) fireplace with French oil fired enamelled stove on slate hearth. Door to-
Kitchen 3.48m x 3.20m
Tiled floor. Beech worktops. Floor and wall cupboards with 2 display cupboards with down lighting. One and a half bowl composite sink with mixer tap. Freestanding stove with electric ovens and LPG burners. (available by separate neg) Fired Earth Tiles to walls.
Inner Hallway 6.18m x 1.19m
Quarry tiles to front door area. Storage cupboards
Bedroom 1. 3.38m x 3.66m
Window overlooking garden. Coved ceiling. Radiator. Carpet.
Bedroom 2. 3.73m x 2.90m
Window overlooking garden. Radiator. Carpet
Bathroom. 3.30m x 3.15m.
Rolltop bath. Washbasin. WC. Double shower with Shower Luxe enclosure and large shower head. Half tiled walls. Tiled floor. Airing cupboard housing Worcester Combi Boiler which runs the heating and hot water. Oil fired.
Bedroom3. 2.39m x 2.39m
Currently used as a study.
Bedroom 4 3.35m x 3.35m
Window overlooking the patio. Radiator. Carpet.
Sitting room. 4.34m x 3.76m.
Hard wood floor. Log burner on slate hearth with tiled and timber surround. Window overlooking patio. Radiator. Coved ceiling. Wall lights.
Outside there are three main buildings arranged around the yard.
The 'horse barn' with it's huge barn doors, is a plastered block and timber clad building and is divided internally into three loose boxes, tack room and hay/straw storage area. Overall it is approx 40' x 30'. It has a European profile roof with skylights and has water and electric connected. To the rear is a concrete pad the length of the building and 10' wide to enable easy mucking out. It also doubles as a horse washing area in the summer! There are two mezzanine levels for storage, one above the tack room and one above the rear loose box. This building was completely refurbished in 2012.
The second building is of stone construction under a Welsh Slate roof. It is divided into a garage/workshop, a log shed and a loose box. This building was refurbished in 2003. It would easily convert to extra/holiday accommodation subject to planning permissions. There is water and electric connected.
The third barn is of metal and timber clad construction and has recently been refurbished. It also has large barn doors making it easy on the eye!
The yard area is landscaped with several easy to maintain borders which have well established shrubs and trees. There is parking space for several vehicles and space to park a trailer/lorry.
The garden is large, again with a variety of shrubs and trees. It is a very pleasant place to sit in fine weather when the views can be fully appreciated. It is well stocked with many interesting shrubs and trees including a large Magnolia, Camelias, Acers, various Conifers and some massive Sycamores. There are also many shrubs too numerous to mention individually!
There is a patio next to the bungalow with a gravel area, stone stepping stones and a slabbed area for table and chairs. Stone steps lead to the upper level of the garden.It is a very comfortable place to sit and eat in the summer months.
The fields are conveniently laid out around the yard being mainly flat with two gently sloping. They are well maintained as are the hedges and gateways.
The driveway is post and rail fenced either side, the right hand bank being covered in Tenby Daffodils in the Spring!
There is a static caravan on site which is in good condition and offers extra accommodation for family. You may have a lot of family staying....
Tavernspite has a very good Primary School and is well placed for easy access to the A40 and on to the M4. There is dual Carriageway from St Clears 5 miles away.
Tavernspite is also near to Narberth, well known for it's wonderful shops and eateries. People travel from all over to shop there!
It only remains to say that mountain Town is only a few miles from the fabulous Pembrokeshire Coast with it's wonderful beaches and 186 miles of Coastal Path to walk if you feel inclined.
This property is well worth a visit for anyone looking for a rural but not isolated property in a very beautiful part of the country.
Pembrokeshire County Council, Haverfordwest.
Council Tax Band D -2016/2017 £1049.38
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion
A footpath crosses the yard but is little used.