For Sale 3 Bed Land - Small Holding 

Crook Road, Hermon Offers in the region of £310,000

Property Features

Price:Offers in the region of £310,000
Location:
Crook Road, Hermon, Pembrokeshire, SA36 0DX
Reception Rooms:1
Bedrooms:3
Bathrooms:1
Council Tax Band:C
Tenure:Freehold
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Crook Road, Hermon  

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Hafod y Coed
Hafod y Coed
Glynarthen
SA44 6NX
helen@cardiganbayproperties.co.uk

About the Property

A beautifully renovated 3-bedroom semi-detached cottage with gardens, a workshop and a field, all set within approx 1.51 acres of land, in the small rural village of Hermon, an ideal place for exploring the surrounding Preseli Hills in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. Only a short drive to Crymych which is located on the A478 road connecting Cardigan with Tenby and offers a range of local amenities such as convenience stores, a filling station, chemists, butchers, primary and secondary schools etc. The larger towns of Cardigan, Newcastle Emlyn and Narberth are within easy driving distance as well as the stunning coastline of Cardigan Bay.

You enter the property via the front porch, with space to hang your coats and store shoes, with a door leading into the lounge which has been tastefully renovated to retain the original cottage features using a combination of slate and carpeted flooring, exposed stone walls, an open double sided fireplace that is situated next to the kitchen, a window overlooking the front, and an opening with a step down into the sunroom. The sunroom also benefits from slate flooring and is flooded with natural light from the double patio doors which overlook the beautiful garden and field beyond, with stairs to access the first floor, an understairs storage cupboard, a door to the utility room and an opening with a step up into the kitchen/dining area. The utility room is a useful space with storage, a sink with a drainer, space for a washing machine, a wall-mounted LPG gas boiler (which services the central heating and hot water), and space for a fridge freezer. The kitchen continues with the slate flooring which compliments the modern matching wall and base units with an integral slimline dishwasher, a 1 and half sink which is situated in front of the side window overlooking the driveway and an additional front window overlooking the front of the property.

  • Character 3 bedroom Cottage
  • Beautifully refurbished
  • Set in around 1.51 acres of land
  • Workshop with electric
  • Private garden
  • Rural village location
  • 2.3 Miles to Crymych
  • Approx 1.37 acre paddock
  • 20 Min Drive to Cardigan Town
  • EPC rating: E

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INFORMATION ABOUT THE AREA:
Please read our Location Guides on our website https://cardiganbayproperties.co.uk/location-guides-getting-to-know-cardigan-bay/ for more information on what this area has to offer.

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There is space for an electric cooker (with extractor over) and a dining room table which is currently positioned in front of the double-sided log-burning stove in the lounge, making this a lovely warm and cosy room to sit and enjoy meals together with more exposed stonework and character features.

Upstairs there is a lovely bright open landing with windows overlooking the rear garden and field, a storage cupboard and doors leading off to 3 bedrooms, a bathroom and a separate W/C. The bedrooms are located at the front of the house with slate steps up into each room, bedroom one is a double room with a partially exposed wall and window overlooking the front, and bedroom two is a single room with a partially exposed stone wall and window overlooking the front, bedroom three is a double room with built-in storage cupboards, exposed stone walls and windows overlooking the front and side of the property. The bathroom has a tiled floor with a walk-in shower, wash hand basin, a frosted window and a separate W/C with matching tiled floor and a frosted window.

Externally:

Externally there is a small garden area in front of the property with established planting and steps down to the front door porch. To the side, there is a driveway suitable for parking a small car with access to the rear garden and an ancient pathway to a spring/well which used to supply the village with water during droughts (the village is now on mains water). The rear garden has a patio area directly in front of the patio doors which is ideal for enjoying some al-fresco dining, with storage and steps down into a lovely garden with mature plants and shrubs, a landscaped seating area, lawn, LPG gas tank and workshop/shed which has electricity and views out to the garden and field behind and is currently used as a ceramics workshop, but offers a variety of uses for the new owners. From here you go through a gate into an area that has been designed for planting and growing vegetables including raised beds and a polytunnel for anyone who wishes to be more self-sustainable. From here you pass through another gate into the field which is approx. 1.37 acres in size and has a beautiful stream flowing past the end of the land. About halfway down there is a gate that gives you vehicle access across neighbouring land and leads to the main road three houses down.

The property must be seen to be fully appreciated, retaining its character features and steeped in history as it dates back to circa 1880.

Entrance Porch

1.22 x 1.05 (4'0" x 3'5")

Lounge

4.03 x 4.71 (13'2" x 15'5")

Sun Room

1.85 x 5.65 (max) (6'0" x 18'6" (max))

Kitchen

3.18 x 4.03 (max) (10'5" x 13'2" (max))

Utility Room

2.19 x 1.87 (max) (7'2" x 6'1" (max))

Landing

6.25 x 1.95 (max) (20'6" x 6'4" (max))

W/C

0.92 x 1.62 (3'0" x 5'3")

Bathroom

1.90 x 1.95 (+ alcove) (6'2" x 6'4" (+ alcove))

Bedroom 1

4.03 x 2.53 (+ alcove) (13'2" x 8'3" (+ alcove))

Bedroom 2

4.02 x 2.07 (max) (13'2" x 6'9" (max))

Bedroom 3

4.06 x 3.20 (max) (13'3" x 10'5" (max))

Workshop/Shed

2.77 x 2.77 (9'1" x 9'1")

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

VIEWINGS: By appointment only. We would respectfully ask you to contact us before you view this property internally or externally.
TAX BAND: C (Pembrokeshire County Council).
TENURE: We are advised that the property is freehold.
GENERAL NOTE: Please note that all floor plans, room dimensions and areas quoted in these details are approximations and are not to be relied upon. Any appliances and services listed in these details have not been tested.
SERVICES: We have not tested any services to this property. We are advised that this property benefits from mains drainage.
FLOOD RISK: Rivers/Sea - N/A - Surface Water: N/A
COASTAL EROSION RISK: None in this location
BROADBAND: Superfast available - Max download speed - 80 Mbps Max upload speed - 20 Mbps PLEASE CHECK COVERAGE FOR THIS PROPERTY HERE - https://checker.ofcom.org.uk/ (Link to https: // checker . ofcom . org . uk)
MOBILE SIGNAL/COVERAGE: Very Poor Signal , please check network providers for availability, or please check OfCom here - https://checker.ofcom.org.uk/ (Link to https: // checker . ofcom . org . uk)
VIEWING INFORMATION: The driveway is suitable for parking 1 small car, the current owners park on the road directly in front of the property. There are steps down to the front porch door. The owners have advised us that there is an ancient right of access for people of the village to walk down the side path (along the driveway) to look at the well/spring which used to be used to supply the village with water during droughts! However, the village is now on mains water. They have also advised us there is vehicle access across neighbouring land to the farm gate in the field behind the property (located on the left halfway down the field). This right of access covers two owners and leads to the main road three houses down. For your own safety please ensure you have suitable footwear to walk the land otherwise access will be refused.

HW/CY/11/23/OK/TR

PLEASE NOTE:
Cardigan Bay Properties, its clients and any joint agents give notice that 1: They are not authorised to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property either here or elsewhere, either on their own behalf or on behalf of their client or otherwise. They assume no responsibility for any statement that may be made in these particulars. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 2: Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. All photographs are taken using a digital camera with a wide-angled camera lens. It should not be assumed that the property has the all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents and that Cardigan Bay Properties have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.

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Glynarthen
SA44 6NX
helen@cardiganbayproperties.co.uk
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