** FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION (UNLESS PREVIOUSLY SOLD) ON FRIDAY 28TH JULY 2017 AT THE LLWYNGWAIR MANOR, NEWPORT, PEMBROKESHIRE AT 3.00PM **
* A South facing 4.56 Acre Improvable Smallholding.
* Traditional 3/4 Bedroom Farmhouse requiring Renovation.
* Substantial Range of Stone Outbuildings with Conversation potential (STP).
* Two Pastures enclosures extending to 3 Acres or thereabouts. Small Wooded Area.
* Early inspection advised. Realistic Auction Price Guide.
Lower Pelcomb is a 4.56 Acre improvable Smallholding which stands in a delightful rural location within a half a mile or so of the village of Pelcomb Cross and within a mile and a quarter or so of the other well known village of Camrose.
The other well known village of Camrose is within a short drive and has the benefit of a Church, Chapel and a Public House.
The County and Market Town of Haverfordwest is some 3 miles or so South East and has the benefit of an excellent Shopping Centre together with an extensive range of amenities and facilities which briefly include Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, Banks, Building Societies, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Cafes, Take Aways, Art Galleries, a Library, Petrol Filling Stations, Supermarkets, The County Council Offices and The County Hospital at Withybush.
The Pembrokeshire Coastline at Nolton Haven is within 5 miles or so and also closeby are the other well known sandy beaches and coves at Druidstone Haven, Broad Haven, Little Haven, Dale, Newgale, Solva, Porthclais and Whitesands Bay.
There are good road links along the Main A40 from Haverfordwest to Carmarthen and the M4 from Cardiff to London as well as good rail links from Haverfordwest to Carmarthen, Cardiff, London Paddington and the rest of the UK.
Pelcomb Cross is within a third of a mile or so of the Property and has the benefit of a Public House and a Petrol Filling Station/Store. There is a regular Bus Service along the Main A487 Road in a North Westerly direction to St Davids and a South Easterly direction to the County and Market Town of Haverfordwest.
From Haverfordwest, take the Main A487 North West in the direction of St Davids and 2.5 miles or so and upon reaching Pelcomb Cross take the turning on the right (adjacent to the Public House). Continue on this road for 300 yards or so and follow the road 90° to the left. Continue on this road for a further 300 yards or so and Lower Pelcomb is situated on the right hand side of the road. A For Sale board is erected on site. Grid Reference No: 924 182.
Lower Pelcomb Farmhouse comprises a Detached 2 storey building of solid stone and brick construction with part brick faced and part coloured stone faced elevations under a pitched slate roof. Accommodation is as follows:-
Lower Pelcomb is a delightfully situated South facing 4.56 Acre improvable Smallholding which comprises a Detached 3/4 Bedroom Farmhouse (requiring Renovation), an extensive range of Traditional Stone Outbuildings with potential as well as other Outbuildings and some 4.56 Acres in total, which includes 2 Pasture Enclosures (which extend to in excess of 3 Acres) and a small area of Woodland. Improvable Holdings of this nature within close proximity of Haverfordwest and the Coast are few and far between and early inspection is strongly advised. Realistic Auction Price Guide.
With door to:-Hall
with door to Dining/Television Room and :-Sitting Room
with sash window.Dining/ Television Room
with sash window.Living Room
With AGA Range and window.Kitchen
and window.FIRST FLOOR
with sash window.Bedroom 2 (front)
with sash window.Box Room/ Bedroom 4 (front)
with sash window.Bedroom 3 (rear)
With sloping ceiling and gable window.Bathroom
With three piece suite of Bath, Wash Hand Basin and WC.
Adjoining the Farmhouse on the eastern gable end is a:-Lean to Garage
20' 6" x 10' (6.25m x 3.05m) Of concrete block construction with a corrugated iron roof. It has a metal up and over door and a window to the rear.
Adjacent to the rear of the Farmhouse is a large Yard Area together with an extensive range of both Traditional and more Modern Outbuildings as follows:-Stone Range
120' x 17' apx. overall (36.58m x 5.18m apx. overall) Which incorporate a Former Milking Parlour, Calf Sheds, Store Sheds, etc.Store Shed
13' 3" x 9' 6" (4.04m x 2.90m) Of stone construction with a corrugated iron roof.Store Shed
17' 6" x 9' 3" (5.33m x 2.82m) Of stone construction with a pitched slate roof.Garage/ Store/ Implement Shed
33' 6" x 17' (10.21m x 5.18m) Of timber, corrugated iron and box profile construction with a pitched corrugated iron roof.Garage/ Implement Shed
23' 3" x 17' apx. (7.09m x 5.18m apx.) With a 12' opening of concrete block construction with a box profile roof.Store Shed
15' x 13' (4.57m x 3.96m) Of concrete block and stone construction with a corrugated iron roof.
of concrete block construction with a corrugated iron roof.Store Shed
of stone construction with a pitched roof.
There are other Outbuildings which are in a poor state of repair which require renovation or demolition.
The Land in total extends to some 4.56 acres or thereabouts which includes the Homestead, 2 Pasture enclosures which extend to in excess of 3 Acres and a Small Wooded Area.
There is a Garden Area to the South and West of the Farmhouse and to the rear of the Farmhouse is a large Hardsurfaced Yard. There are two access' leading into the Property off the Pelcomb Cross to Camrose Council Maintained District Road. In addition, there is a field gate access to one of the enclosures at or around point 'X' on the Plan.
The boundaries of the entire Property are coloured red on the attached Plan to the Scale of 1/2500.
Services Mains Water (metered supply) and Electricity are connected. Drainage to an Effluent/Septic Tank.
Tenure Freehold with vacant possession upon Completion.