3 bedroom detached house for saleCilgwyn, Newport, Pembrokeshire, SA42
- Spectacular views towards Carn ingli and the sea. Stunning sunsets year round.
- Close to Newport with all its amenities, beaches and the coast path.
- An 18th century cottage sympathetically restored and extended using natural & ecological materials
- Modern comforts in a traditional building with low running costs.
- Large south facing timber conservatory by local joiner.
- Three Large double bedrooms with beautiful views to towards Carn ingli and the sea.
- A maturing woodland, orchard with wildflower meadow, and established organic vegetable garden.
- An insulated studio in a secluded spot in the garden.
- A dynamic rural community with garden club, micro brewery and Brynberian village hall.
- Variety of walks from the door: Ty Canol woods, Carn Meibion Owen, Gwaun Valley and Preseli hills.
Troed Y Rhiw is a beautiful Pembrokeshire cottage and studio standing in about three-quarters of an acre of organic gardens. The house has been traditionally and ecologically restored and extended. It has arguably some of the best views in Pembrokeshire, overlooking Carn Ingli Mountain, the Gwaun Valley and the sea.
The house and gardens have a sunny west-facing aspect, enjoying wonderful sunsets over the mountain and sea. It is in the friendly community of Cilgwyn, with easy access to facilities in Newport [3 iles], Cardigan and Fishguard.
Front door to:
Cottage living room with black and red quarry tiled floor, under floor heating and 12.5kW wood stove with back boiler; electricity meter and fuse box, 2 windows, open beamed ceiling, limed oak staircase and door to
Kitchen with free standing units, slate floor, underfloor heating[not engaged]; triple glazed sliding door with views towards Carn Ingli, double glazed window. Included in sale - pitch pine unit with 1.5 Belfast sink and drainer; Kenwood range cooker with double electric oven and 5 gas rings; 2 free standing wooden kitchen units and farmhouse pine table.
Utility room, toilet with small washbasin, shelving, plumbing for wash machine;
Conservatory timber made by local craftsman; solar evacuated tubes on the roof provide hot water; quarry tile floor;
Lobby with doors leading to:
Bedroom 1 with mountain views from triple glazed French doors; slate floor; underfloor heating [not engaged]; built in wooden wardrobe;
Main bathroom slate floor; underfloor heating [not engaged]; antique roll-top cast iron bath; shower cubicle, wash basin, toilet, chrome electric heated towel rail; two windows, one window seat.
oak stairs lead to:
Landing area with wooden floor, handmade spalted-beech book shelves; engineered curved wood beams; velux window with doors to:
Bedroom 2 double room; wooden floor with slate sill; window plus large velux window with views to west over the gardens, sunsets, Carningli mountain, Gwaun valley and the sea and
Bedroom 3 double room; wood floorboards; built in cupboards along one wall; traditional features -large stone chimney breast and 2 low beams; twin coil hot water cylinder and solar pump; two velux windows with views to west, over the gardens, sunsets, Carningli mountain, Gwaun valley and the sea. The west facing views and sunsets from upstairs are truly spectacular.
Externally, there is also a timber frame and timber clad studio or summer house with sheepswool insulation, electricity and planning permission to extend.
Natural building and low running costs:
The cottage has been restored and extended using traditional and ecological materials and methods/design. In particular, the air-tight extensions are constructed of local and durable timber with natural sheepswool insulation. The house has been decorated with eco-paints and finishes maintaining the philosophy of a breathable building.
A combination of high insulation levels, renewable energy systems and the solar benefits of a south-facing conservatory mean the running costs [space heating and hot water] are very low. The heating and hot water is provided by a 12.5kW Clearview wood stove with back boiler plus Solar-evacuated tubes for hot water. There is also an electric immersion heater.
Externally there is a charge point for an electric vehicle.
The land is just under three-quarters of an acre and has several distinct gardens. These include wooded areas, an orchard, vegetable & fruit gardens, lawns and secluded seating areas. It is surrounded by hedges, farmland and a small stream. The woodland boundaries shelter the garden and bring in a rich variety of wildlife. In the spring the orchard is full of bluebells followed by a wild flower meadow in the summer. It is a historic site with Neolithic and iron age remains, a walk away from Pentre Ifan burial
chamber and the source of Stonehenge’s Bluestones. Along with the beautiful views, history lends
this home a certain magic.
There are two wooden garden sheds and a large wood store [9.5m3 of wood]. There is planning permission for another sizeable wood store in the car park. There is a gated entrance and off road gravelled parking area for 2-3 cars.
There are several special walks accessible from the house. Including Ty Canol woodland which is a SSSI; Pentre Ifan burial chamber; the Preseli mountains; Allt Clydach and the Gwaun valley’s oak and beech woods. The Bluestone micro brewery with fine beer and small music events is only 1 mile away.
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