4 bedroom detached house for saleTrefasser, Goodwick, Nr Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, SA64
- Pembrokeshire coastal farm
- Set in a stunning location
- Panoramic coastal views
- Substantial farmhouse of character
- 3 reception rooms. 4 bedrooms
- Attractive & traditional courtyard
- Stone barns. Modern barns.
- In all, about 148 acres (stms).
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Pembrokeshire coastal farm. Set in a stunning location. Panoramic coastal views. Substantial farmhouse of character. 3 reception rooms. 4 bedrooms. Attractive & traditional courtyard
Stone barns. Modern barns. Pasture & arable land
Coastal slopes (SSSI). In all, about 148 acres (stms). AERIAL VIDEO ON SAVILLS WEBSITE.
Gloriously positioned on Strumble Head in the famous Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and enjoying a stunning vista over the surrounding coastline towards the sea. Treathro is an attractive traditional livestock and arable coastal farm that is set down a quiet lane about 5.5 miles from the popular coastal town of Fishguard and neighbouring Goodwick with its shops, pubs, restaurants etc. The town also offers excellent transport links with national railway service and cross channel links to Ireland via ferry and Fastcat. Good road connections take you onto Haverfordwest in the centre of the county (with regional airport) and onto Carmarthen and the A48 M4 link road with fast access to Swansea, Cardiff, the Severn Bridge and beyond.
The property enjoys an idyllic and unspoilt coastal location being in the Coastal Park and is a playground for those that enjoy the great outdoors with its miles of coastal walks on your doorstep, award winning beaches and nature watching including dolphins, seals and birds.
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Treathro is an attractive traditional Welsh farm set in a stunning location on Strumble Head on the Pembrokeshire Coast enjoying panoramic views across the surrounding fields and down to the coastline and sea beyond. The farm extends to about 148 acres (stms - subject to measured survey) with the farmland surrounding the farmstead and then extending down to the coastal slopes, cliffs and then the sea. The traditional farmhouse has character and offers substantial and flexible living accommodation. At present the current owners let the whole farmhouse out as a popular holiday let as they reside on another farm in the locality.
Farmhouse Accommodation Ground Floor
The front entrance leads into the main reception hall with attractive mosaic tiled floor and archway with doors leading off to the principal reception rooms. On the left is a sitting room with fireplace. On the right is another large sitting room again with a fireplace (currently used as a ground floor bedroom for holiday guests). Further along the hall on the left is a smaller reception room with fireplace. A door opens into the rear hall with cloakroom off and side door opening to rear patio. At the end of the rear hall is the large kitchen breakfast room with fitted units with space for appliances, electric cooker with extractor hood over and an oil fired Aga range in an old inglenook providing a warm focal point.
Stairs rise up from the main reception hall to the first floor accommodation. On this floor the current owners are using the largest bedroom as a first floor sitting room in order to make the most of enjoying the coastal and sea views. Four further bedrooms can be found on the first floor. The bedrooms share the use of a bathroom, separate shower and cloakroom. A secondary staircase leads down to the rear hall near the kitchen.
The attractive farmhouse stands at the end of the farm drive and enjoys lawned and partly walled gardens.
The Farm Buildings
A range of traditional stone barns lie to the rear of the farmhouse. The buildings are arranged around a traditional square courtyard and have historically been used for storing livestock and farm produce. The barns have conversion potential (subject to obtaining planning permission). Beyond the courtyard there is a series of modern farm buildings to include livestock housing, machinery storage and a concrete yard area, which all lend themselves to alternative uses.
The farm as a whole extends to about 148 acres in total (stms). The productive farmland amounts to is currently used for stock grazing, silage making and growing arable produce. The owners have entered into a management agreement with Natural Resources Wales (until 31st October 2018) in order to manage about 51.59 acres of coastal slope and cliffs that are part of the St Davids Coast Special Area of Conservation /Llech Dafad Strumble Head Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
There are a number of old Ministry of Defence look-out buildings on the coastal slopes. Pen Brush Island is also included in the sale. The island amounts to about 1.93 acres (0.78 hectares) and is located on the western boundary of the farm. The farmland has been registered with the Welsh Government under the Basic Payment Scheme.
The redundant cottage identified as 'Plas y Pinc' on the land plan is owned by a third party and benefits from a right of way through Treathro homestead (Title No. CYM 215255).
General Remarks and Stipulations
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, and electricity supplies and any other rights and obligations, easements and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in the Conditions of Sale or not. Please check with the Highways Department at Pembrokeshire County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/ bridleways.
Plans, Areas and Schedules
Additional plans, a schedule of area and some notes on the geology of the property are available from the selling agents. Any available plans are for identification and reference purposes only.
By appointment with Edward H Perkins Chartered Surveyors or Savills.
Tenure & Possession
The property is owned freehold with vacant possession available on completion.
Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale as a whole by private treaty.
The property has the benefit of mains electricity, mains water and private drainage.
The farmhouse is registered as a business premises for holiday accommodation and benefits from small business rates relief.
FAO Mr Stephen Hill c/o Price & Son Solicitors, Hill Lane, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1PS. 01437 765 331.
Square Footage: 2,924 sq ft
Acreage: 148 Acres
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