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3-Bed Traditional Pembrokeshire Farmhouse with 3.5 Acres
Ashdale Farm House, Llangwm Pembrokeshire
Ashdale Farm is a three bedroom farmhouse built in the early 1800s. It has recently been totally renovated, using traditional methods sympathetic to the original stone construction, and with lime plaster on all exterior and interior walls. It has a new roof using local reclaimed slates and has had new timber, double glazed sash windows fitted throughout. It is heated by a wood burning system using under floor heating and radiators. It also has solar panels that heat the domestic hot water.
Land totalling 3.5 acres is divided into a two acre field that benefits from a mobile field stable and a one acre paddock with adjacent orchard, woodland copse and many mature native trees. A large timber workshop with an electric supply and the original haybarn provide ample storage and working or recreational areas. A duckpond and fenced pig run with ark and established vegetable patch are also part of this highly desirable smallholding. There is ample parking for cars, boats and trailers.
Situated close to the riverside village of Llangwm at the end of a private drive close it is within 6 miles of the historic towns of Haverfordwest and Milford Haven and only 15 minute drive to some of Pembrokeshire’s fabulous beaches.
Llangwm is a traditional fishing village with a thriving school, pub, post-office, shop, public slipway, rugby and cricket club and places of worship. Whilst only a five minute walk from this lovely and bustling village Ashdale Farm benefits from a secluded aspect with uninterrupted views of the distant Preseli Hills. It is the perfect family home for those looking for a traditional Pembrokeshire farmhouse lifestyle with equestrian facilities and an easily manageable smallholding.
Family Living Area 3.31m x 4.26m
Wood burner that heats the central heating system and tops up the solar heated domestic hot water, oak beam fire surround, tv and electric points, sash window to the front. Steps leading to
Farmhouse kitchen / Dining Room 6.76m x 3.06m
Free standing solid oak units with granite work surface, Belfast sink with mixer taps, area for plumbed in dishwasher, Eco friendly electric run cast iron double oven and hotplate (similar to electric Aga and is negotiable), solid stone flooring with under floor heating, 3 sash windows to side and rear, radiator, TV, and phone point. Leading to
Utility Room 1.44m x 3.02m
Plumbing for washing machine, space for dryer, fridge freezer, coats shoes, ect, solid stone floor with under floor heating.
With coat rail, velux window, coloured glass panes, slate tiled flooring, electric points, two exit doors, one solid hard wood door, and one glazed door.
Sitting Room 3.82m x 4.27m
Open fire with oak fire surround, solid sycamore floor with under floor heating, sash window to front, TV, phone, electric points
Stairs to landing
Master Bedroom 4.91m (max) x 4.27m
Two sash windows to front, radiator, original built in cupboard, carpeted floor, electric, TV and telephone points.
Second Double Bedroom 3.31m x 4.26m
Sash window to the front, original fireplace, original built in cupboard, carpeted floor, TV electric points.
Third bedroom 3.30m x 3.05m
Sash window to side, sloping roof, radiator, velux window, carpeted floor electric and tv points, cupboard space.
Family Bathroom 4.84m (max) x 3.04m
Walk in tiled shower, roll top bath, toilet, sink , airing cupboard, radiator with towel rail, sash window to side, velux window, carpeted floor.
Walled garden, lawned with path to front door, wood store, gate to:
With ½ acre approx, lawned area, duck pond, large shed with light and electric, spooky woods, herb garden, veg patch, chicken run, orchard, plenty of room for market garden. 5 bar wooden gate and small wooden gate, leading to
Field, Stable Tack room and Pigsty
Post and rail field, 3 acres approx. sheltered on 3 sides by natural hedging, stable and tack room, post and railed pig pen with sty.
Parking for several cars or Lorries
Grassed area, leading to an old iron storage shed, possibility to turn into bunkhouse, subject to planning.
Mains Electric, water and septic tank drainage, telephone and broadband.
Link to EPC (pdf)
The riverside village of Llangwm has an excellent primary school, and a brand new school is currently being built in the village. There is a village shop and post office, pub with restaurant, rugby and cricket fields and clubs, and numerous other clubs (see village website). The village is surrounded by walks and bridleways, and is near the glorious Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with its many beautiful beaches.
These details have been supplied by the vendor and are a general guideline for intending purchasers and do not constitute an offer of contract. Prospective purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. None of the appliances, services or systems (heating, plumbing, drainage etc) has been tested.