4 bedroom detached house for sale
- Detached Victorian 4/5 Bedroom Residence
- Landscaped Grounds, with Orchard, Woodland and River and Reservoir Salmonid Fishing Rights
- 18 to 20 Acres of Land or Thereabouts with Potential for Countryside Pursuits
- Stables and Workshop Suitable for Creative Recreational Retreat
- EPC Rating F
The Property It's all about location, location, location and this property most certainly has it! This beautiful south facing Victorian country residence, thought to date c1880, is privately situated near the hamlet of Llangolman and enjoys panoramic country views down the Cleddau valley. The property sits in its own grounds which extend to 18 to 20 acres or thereabouts and are made up of woodland, with enchanting walks bringing you to the river's edge which has an otter population, and with about 1600 yards of single bank salmonid fishing on the Eastern Cleddau River (and 2 reserved rods on the Rosebush Reservoir), paddocks and beautiful landscaped private gardens with young fruit trees. The property lends itself to countryside pursuits such as camping, fishing, bird watching and as an artistic recreational retreat. The property has been updated over the years by the current owners to include the oil fired central heating system fitted in 2017, a Woodwarm Fireview multi-fuel stove in the sitting room, Jet master open fire in the drawing room, and a newly fitted bathroom suite in 2018, as well as general decoration throughout. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and its renowned 186 mile long coast path is within easy reach, as well as the Preseli Mountains and their far reaching views, together with easy access to the A40 and on to the M4. Nearby towns include Narberth, Carmarthen, Tenby and the county town of Haverfordwest which provides a wide range of amenities, such as a hospital, schools and a college, leisure centre, cinema, library and many shops.
Location Llangolman is a hamlet approx. 6.5 miles away from Clynderwen which has a village shop, railway station and petrol station. The larger town of Narberth is approx.10 miles south and offers a good range of boutique shops, supermarket and restaurants. Llangolman itself is known for its beautiful countryside views.
Directions From Haverfordwest, take the A40 towards Carmarthen and go as far as the Penblewin roundabout. Take the first exit and continue for several miles through Clynderwen and Llandissilio. In the centre of Llangolman take a left turn for 100 yards through a farmyard to a track where the white house can be found on the left.
For GPS purpose please use post code SA66 7XJ.
Entrance Porch 8'11 x 6'3 (2.72m x 1.91m) Double doors opening to entrance hall with flagstone floor and inner glazed door with side panels to
Hallway 22' x 8'11 (6.71m x 2.72m) Flagstone floor. Under stairs storage cupboard. Stairs to first floor landing. Door to
Cloakroom 9'7 x 5'1 (2.92m x 1.55m) Pine panelled walls. Low level w/c. Corner wash hand basin.
Drawing Room 15'11 x 15'7 (4.85m x 4.75m) South facing aspect. French doors to front garden. Jetmaster open fire. Radiator (plus electric storage heating as back up heating supply). Exposed floorboards. Door to
Dining Room 17'5 x 11'11 (5.31m x 3.63m) Two north facing windows and additional west facing window. 8kw Stovax Huntingtons 35 wood burning stove on slate hearth. Original display shelving and exposed floorboards. Radiator (plus electric storage heater as back up heating supply)
Sitting Room 14'6 x 14' (4.42m x 4.27m) South facing aspect. French doors to front garden. Serving hatch to kitchen. 12kw Woodwarm Fireview multi-fuel stove on slate hearth. Exposed floorboards. Radiator.
Kitchen 14'5 x 13'9 (4.39m x 4.19m) East facing window .Good range of kitchen storage units crafted by English Rose with space saving storage devices and green onyx work surface over. Fold away Belling four ring electric hob. Double bowl stainless steel sink. Double oven. Oil fired forest green AGA. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Tiled floor. Suspended wooden ceiling. Door to
Scullery/Utility Room 21' x 7'1 (6.4m x 2.16m) Tiled floor. Space and plumbing for washing machine Butler sink. Inglenook and bread oven (not in working order). Door to rear garden and parking. Door to
Study/Bedroom 5 20'1 x 7'10 (6.12m x 2.39m) Currently used for storage. South, north and east facing windows. Grant vortex oil fired boiler. Door to side garden.
FIRST FLOOR Stunning stained glass window allowing natural light to penetrate over landing area, radiator. Door to
Master Bedroom 15'10 x 14'1 (4.83m x 4.29m) South facing window with aspect over mature gardens and far reaching rural views. Radiator. Door to
En Suite Bathroom 8'9 (max) x 5'2 (2.67m (max) x 1.57m) East facing window with window seat/storage box. White free standing bath, corner walk in tiled shower enclosure. Low level w/c. Pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Radiator Door to
Dressing Room 16'8 x 6'10 (5.08m x 2.08m) Built in clothes hanging and shelved storage. Radiator
Bedroom 2 15'11 x 13'11 (4.85m x 4.24m) South facing window with views over garden and far reaching countryside. Original fireplace (no longer working). Pedestal wash hand basin.Wall light. Radiator.
Bedroom 3 11'9 x 11'1 (3.58m x 3.38m) South facing window with views over garden and countryside. Radiator. Stairs to second floor attic space.
Bedroom 4 11'10 x 11'9 (3.61m x 3.58m) North and west facing windows. Pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator.
Bathroom 8'9 x 5'2 (2.67m x 1.57m) Fitted in 2018. North facing window. White bathroom suite comprising low level w/c, wash hand basin and panel bath with wall mounted shower over. Tiled walls. Radiator.
SECOND FLOOR ATTIC 38'9 x 27'10 (11.81m x 8.48m) Velux roof light window to front and dormer window to rear. The roof and floor are both insulated. The attic space has been used for storage (and occasional overflow sleeping accommodation)
EXTERNALLY The property is approached via gates opening to a gravelled front drive.The front garden falls away in terraces with stone walls and newly planted orchard with a good variety of fruit trees. To the rear of the property is a gravelled courtyard with ample parking and access to the stable block (with power supply and lighting),workshop and log storage sheds. The land extends to approx. 18 acres in total and includes pastureland and riverside woodland walks. The Eastern Cleddau provides single bank fishing along the boundary of Danderwen. The vendors have also informed us that Preseli Waterboard has granted two free fishing permits on the Rosebush Reservoir to the owners of Danderwen and successors in title. We have also been informed that the owners have historic mineral rights over adjoining land.
Tenure We are advised that the property is Freehold.
Services Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil central heating (new boiler 2017).
Viewing Strictly by appointment through Town Coast and Country Estates please.
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way. The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including right of way, whether public or private giving access to the property and land.
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