Offers over £425,000
3 bed country house for sale in Plas Y Pinc, Pwllderi, Trefasser, Goodwick SA64
3 bed country house for sale in Plas Y Pinc, Pwllderi, Trefasser, Goodwick SA64, Offers over: £425,000. Freehold, Spectacularly located 10 Acre Coastal Smallholding., Detached Character Cottage benefitting from Full Planning Permission to extend and renovate.
Estate Agent Details:
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Estate Agent Name:
J J Morris - Fishguard
Estate Agent Phone Number:
Estate Agent Address:
21 West Street, Fishguard
Plas Y Pinc, Pwllderi, Trefasser, Goodwick SA64
Estate Agent Description
* A spectacularly located 10 Acre Coastal Smallholding.
* A Detached Character Cottage benefiting from Full Planning Permission to renovate and extend in accordance with the attached Sketch Plans providing 2/3 Rec, 2 Bath/Shower Room and 3/4 Bed accommodation.
* Superb Rural views to Garn Fawr as well as distant Sea views to the North Pembrokeshire Coastline.
* 10 Acres of adjoining productive Pasture Land with access onto the Council Road.
* A rare opportunity to acquire a 10 Acre Holding on the North Pembrokeshire Coastline within a few hundred yards or so (by foot) of the Pembrokeshire Coastline at Porth Maenmelyn.
Plas-y-Pinc stands on the Strumble Head Peninsula within a few hundred yards or so of the North Pembrokeshire Coastline just below Garn Fawr.
The Coastal Town of Goodwick is some 4.5 miles or so north west.
Goodwick being close by has the benefit of several Shops, a Post Office/Store, Primary School, Chapels, Public Houses, Restaurants, a Fish & Chip Shop Café/Take-away, a Petrol Filling Station/Store, Supermarket and Repair Garages.
Fishguard Harbour being close by provides a Ferry Terminal for Southern Ireland and in addition, there is also a Railway Station.
The well known Market Town of Fishguard is some 5.5 miles or so South East and has the benefit of a good Shopping Centre together with a wide range of amenities and facilities which briefly include Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, a Building Society, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Take-Aways, Art Galleries, a Cinema/Theatre, Supermarkets and a Leisure Centre.
The Pembrokeshire Coastline is within half a mile or so from the Property and Strumble Head Lighthouse is within a mile or so. Within easy car driving distance are the well known beaches and coves at Pwllcrochan, Abermawr, Aberbach, Abercastle, Aberfelin, Porthgain, The Parrog Goodwick, Pwllgwaelod, Cwm yr Eglwys and Newport Sands.
The County and Market Town of Haverfordwest is some 20 miles or so South and has the benefit of an excellent Shopping Centre together with an extensive range of amenities and facilities including The County Council Offices and The County Hospital at Withybush.
There are good road links from Fishguard along the Main A40 to Haverfordwest and Carmarthen and the M4 to Cardiff and London as well as good rail links from both Fishguard and Haverfordwest to Carmarthen, Cardiff, London Paddington and the rest of the UK.
Plas-y-Pinc comprises a Detached 2 storey Cottage of mainly solid stone construction with coloured elevations under a pitched grouted slate roof. Detailed Planning Consent has been granted to renovate and extend the Property in accordance with the attached Plans.
The Planning Consent is considered to be “extant”
Original accommodation as follows:-
Open Plan Living Room (7.16m x 4.42m (23’6″ x 14’6″))
(approx). With part quarry tiled floor, staircase to First Floor, 4 windows, 2 fireplaces, open beam ceiling and door to:-
Former Scullery (4.27m x 2.13m (14’0″ x 7’0″))
Stone wall remains only.
Adjacent to the former Scullery are the stone wall remains of a:-
Store Shed/Outhouse (2.59m x 2.44m (8’6″ x 8’0″))
With tongue and groove clad wall and ceiling.
Bedroom 1 (4.67m x 3.58m (15’4″ x 11’9″))
(maximum measurement). With whitened tongue and groove clad walls and ceiling, exposed “A” frames, sloping ceiling, Skylight window and gable window.
Bedroom 2 (4.65m x 3.61m (15’3″ x 11’10”))
(maximum measurement). With whitened tongue and groove clad walls and ceiling, exposed “A” frames, sloping ceiling and Skylight window.
Directly to the fore of the Property is a triangular area of Land which allows for car/vehicle parking. To the rear of the Cottage is a reasonable sized enclosed (but overgrown) Garden.
Mains Water connected (metered supply). Mains Electricity connected. No Drainage system at present.
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon Completion.
Rights Of Ways
Plas-y-Pinc enjoys a Vehicular and Pedestrian Right of Access off the Council maintained District Road at point “A” on the Plan and thereafter over tarmacadamed, concreted and hardsurfaced roads to point “B” on the Plan. The Right of Way is indicated with a broken line on the Plan.
Plas-y-Pinc gives a prospective purchaser a rare opportunity to acquire an unspoilt Pembrokeshire Cottage on the North Pembrokeshire Coastline from where superb Coastal Sea and Rural views can be enjoyed to Garn Fawr. The Property is situated within a few hundred yards or so of the Pembrokeshire Coast Footpath and is within easy car driving distance of numerous sandy beaches and coves on the North Pembrokeshire Coastline. To appreciate the outstanding potential of this property, location and outlook, inspection is essential.
From the offices of Messrs J.J. Morris at 21 West Street, turn left and proceed through the Town in the direction of Goodwick. Upon reaching the first roundabout, take the second exit signposted to Goodwick and Fishguard Harbour. Continue on this road for a further half a mile and at the second roundabout (by Tesco Express) proceed straight on up to Goodwick and take the first turning on the left (adjacent to The Rose & Crown Public House). Proceed straight on up the hill in the direction of Strumble Head around the hair pin bends and through Stop & Call. Follow the road to the left and continue on this road for three quarters of a mile, ignoring the turning on the right signposted to Strumble Head and continue straight on. Proceed on this road for a further 2 miles and in the hamlet of Trefasser take the turning on the right signposted to Pwllderi. Continue on this road for three quarters of a mile or so passing the Viewpoint at Pwllderi and continue straight on over the brow and down the hill. Proceed to the end of the road until you get to Treathro Farm. Grid Ref No. 889 395