Rhosson Uchaf, St Justinians, St Davids, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 6PY

Offers In Region Of £895,000 - Coastal

  • Grade II* Listed Farmhouse
  • 5 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms
  • Restored & Renovated
  • Range of Outbuildings
  • Approx. 1 Acre or Thereabouts
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The Property Grade II* Listed Rhosson Uchaf represents a rare opportunity to acquire a classic example of a sub-medieval North Pembrokeshire house that has been extensively renovated, retaining the character of the original dwelling whilst incorporating all the requirements of modern living. There are 5 bedrooms, 4 reception rooms and 4 bathrooms and a range of outbuildings, all set in approximately 1 acre.

Extraordinary and unusual features include one of last remaining working Flemish chimneys in Pembrokeshire, original internal stone wall niches, stone mantles over exposed chimneys, wood lintels and a part stone ceiling to the main living area. The property has been finished in keeping with a property of this age including exposed beamed ceilings to the ground floor accommodation and vaulted ceilings with part exposed "A" frames to the first floor. Reclaimed Welsh slate flagstones have been laid throughout the ground floor with wood burners on slate hearths and white painted stone walls. The expansive and flexible accommodation has the potential to provide a separate annexe if required.

The ground floor accommodation includes the original great hall/living room leading to a modern double glazed sun room, 3 further reception rooms/bedrooms, a wet room, cloakroom and a fully fitted contemporary kitchen. First floor accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms (2 ensuite), a family bathroom and a further mezzanine room. Externally there is a substantial run of outbuildings opposite the house with the potential for a variety of uses, subject to the necessary consents. There is also an external stone store and a renovated pig sty with slate flooring and a corrugated roof.

St. Justinian's is an historic hamlet situated to the west of St. David's, within walking distance to the stunning Pembrokeshire National Coast Park coastal path. There is easy access to the local beaches of Whitesands and Caerfai and the harbour at St Justinian's. There are bus transport links and private boat trips from St. Justinian's cove with the opportunity to see the islands including Ramsey and Grassholm with their abundance of sea birds, seals, porpoises, dolphins and whales. St. David's City with the medieval Cathedral and Bishop's Palace, shops and restaurants is located 1.5 miles away.

Directions Travel into St. David's and at the cenotaph take the left hand turn sign posted towards St. Justinian's. Continue towards St. Justinian's and the property will be found on the left hand side, just after the church and before reaching the small car parking area at St. Justinian's cove. For GPS purposes the postcode of this property is SA62 6PY.

The property is approached through a 5 bar wooden gate and along the driveway. An opening in the stone wall to the front of the house leads to steps, topped with slate flagstones that lead up to the open fronted porch.

Entrance Porch Slate flagstones with hand smooth render to walls. Feature niche. Wood and glazed door leads into the

Hall 25'9 x 13'9 (7.85m x 4.19m) Spacious hallway with slate flagstone flooring. Turning stairs rising to the first floor. Under stairs cupboard to side. Beams to ceiling. Hand smooth render to walls with feature niches. Wood doors to dining room/reception room 2 and to the

Living Room/Great Hall 25'9 x 13'9 (7.85m x 4.19m) Dating back to medieval times with a rare example of a Flemish chimney. Wood burner with feature beam over. Stone ceiling outcrops on front and rear aspects. Beams to the main ceiling. Hand smooth render walls with feature niches. Windows to front and rear aspects. Three radiators. Door to study/reception 3. Opening to

Sun Room 14'1 x 10'11 (4.29m x 3.33m) A modern sun room built by local craftsmen "James of Ratford Bridge", located to the rear of the property with double glazed door and windows with slate sills. Slate flagstone floor. Two radiators.

Dining Room/Reception Room 2 20'9 max x 10'9 (6.32m max x 3.28m) Slate flagstone flooring. Beams to ceiling. Hand smooth render with some exposed stone work. Feature niche with wood lintel over. Slate hearth with wood burner and stone mantel over. Windows to front and rear aspects. Radiator. Doors to kitchen and

Cloakroom 5'4 max x 4'8 (1.63m max x 1.42m) White w/c and wash hand basin with storage unit underneath. Radiator and extractor fan. Slate flagstone flooring. Window to side aspect.

Kitchen 17'3 x 11'6 (5.26m x 3.51m) Exterior wood doors with glazed panels. Range of wall and base units including saucepan drawers and bottle 'fridge. Integral washing machine and dishwasher. Granite work surfaces over. 4 ring induction hob with stainless steel splash back and stainless steel extractor. Under counter oven. Space for American style larder refrigerator. Oil fired central heating boiler. Windows to front, side and rear aspects and conservation roof lights. Radiator. Slate flagstone flooring.

Lounge/Reception Room 3 20'5 max x 9' (6.22m max x 2.74m) Slate flagstone flooring. Hand smooth rendered walls with feature niches. Slate slab hearth with wood burner and beam over. Beams to ceiling. Radiator. Windows to front and rear. Door to

Bedroom 5/Reception Room 4 13'9 x 9'2 (4.19m x 2.79m) Exterior wood door. Window to front aspect. Slate flagstone flooring. Radiator. Slate topped steps leading to mezzanine room. Cupboard beside steps. Door to

Wet Room 5'3 x 5' (1.6m x 1.52m) White suite comprising w/c and wash hand basin with storage cupboard under. Wall mounted electrical shower. Towel radiator. Slate flooring.

Mezzanine Room/Bedroom 4 14'2 max x 13'6 (4.32m max x 4.11m) Windows to front and rear aspects. Conservation skylights. Exterior wood and glazed door leading to external steps leading down to ground floor. Exposed "A" frames. Wall niches. Solid timber flooring. Radiator.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing 22'11 x 2'10 (6.99m x 0.86m) Turning wood stairs from the ground floor. Galleried landing with solid wood flooring. Cupboard housing pressurised hot water tank. Doors to

Bedroom 1 16' x 11'4 (4.88m x 3.45m) Vaulted ceiling with part exposed "A" frames. Loft access. Two windows to front aspect. Radiator. Slate hearth with stone mantle over. Door to

Ensuite Bathroom 9'11 x 5'2 (3.02m x 1.57m) White suite comprising freestanding slipper bath with shower over, w/c and wash hand basin with storage unit underneath. Open airing cupboard with slatted shelving and radiator. Solid wood flooring. Window to rear aspect.

Bedroom 2 12'10 x 8'3 (3.91m x 2.51m) Vaulted ceiling with part exposed "A" frames. Window to front aspect. Slate hearth. Radiator. Solid wood flooring.

Bathroom 10'1 max x 7'6 (3.07m max x 2.29m) White suite comprising bath with shower over, w/c and wash hand basin with storage unit under. Conservation skylights. Solid wood flooring.

Bedroom 3 17'10 x 10' max (5.44m x 3.07m max) Windows to front and rear aspects. Conservation skylight. Two radiators. Feature niches. Door to

Ensuite Shower Room 6'4 x 6' (1.93m x 1.83m) Shower cubicle, w/c and wash hand basin with storage under. Window to rear. Solid wood flooring.

EXTERNALLY

Rhosson Uchaf is approached via a 5 bar wooden gate with a driveway to the front of the property providing ample off road parking. A low stone wall, topped with cement wash, encloses the front garden with stone gate posts marking the path to the front porch. To one end of the house, slate topped steps lead up the mezzanine first floor. There is also a stone store and a renovated pig sty with slate flooring and corrugated roof provides another interesting feature. The boundaries are mainly marked by mature Pembrokeshire hedging with stone walling to the roadside. In the grounds is the submerged oil tank and the private drainage system. The plot extends in all to approximately 1 acre or thereabouts.

OUTBUILDINGS

Opposite the house is a long run of mainly stone outbuildings with pitched roofs. The outbuildings have plenty of potential (subject to all the necessary consents) for a variety of uses.

Outbuilding 1 11'6 x 10'11 (3.51m x 3.33m) External measurement. Disused toilet block divided into two with two cubicles in each.

Barn 1 44' x 15'7 (13.41m x 4.75m) External measurement. Stone building sub-divided into smaller units.

Barn 2 77'10 x 15'7 (23.72m x 4.75m) External measurement. Stone building sub-divided into smaller units.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Tenure We are advised that the property is Freehold. Pembrokeshire County Council Tax Band E

Services Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage.

Viewing Strictly by appointment through Town Coast and Country Estates please.

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Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture.

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