Gwelfryn, Pentre Galar, Crymych, Pembrokeshire, SA41 3QW

Offers In Region Of £180,000 - New Instruction

  • Extended Original Railway Carriage
  • 2.95 Acres or Thereabouts
  • Exceptional Countryside Views
  • No Chain
  • EPC Rating G
01437 765522

The Property A truly unique property! Gwelfryn is an original railway carriage, 45 feet long, dating back over a hundred years which has been extended to provide further accommodation. It now offers 2 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a kitchen, 2 reception rooms, a study and a conservatory. It is set in 2.95 acres or thereabouts and has stunning countryside views, which on a nice day reach as far as Pen y Fan and the north coast of Devon (75 miles away!). Externally there are various sheds, a static caravan which is used for storage, a paddock and a second field. This quirky property would be ideal for people who want an unconventional home which they can improve or to provide unusual holiday accommodation. There is no onward chain.

Location Gwelfryn is situated in Pentre Galar, at the eastern end of the Preseli Hills. It is a couple of miles from the village of Crymych, which has shops including a butcher, chemist, post office, petrol station and doctor's surgery. Larger neighbouring towns include Cardigan (15 mins), Fishguard (30 mins) or Carmarthen (40 mins).

Directions From Haverfordwest take the A40 towards Carmarthen. At the Penblewin roundabout turn left signed Cardigan and follow the road for approximately 11 miles until you reach Pentre Galar. The property is on the right hand clearly indicated by our "For Sale" board. For GPS purposes the postcode of this property is is SA41 3QW.

The property is approached across the drive to the entrance door which leads into the

Kitchen 17' 9 x 9' 5 (5.41m x 2.87m) Two windows. Stainless steel sink and mixer tap. Bottled gas oven and hob. Solid fuel Rayburn providing heating to some radiators. Range of wooden units. Laminate floor. Door to

Lounge 14' 6 x 9' 3 (4.42m x 2.82m) Laminate floor. Doors to shower room, reception room 2 and conservatory. 3 railway carriage windows. 4 steps up to the railway carriage part of the property.

Conservatory 12' 4 x 8' 1 (3.76m x 2.46m) Tiled floor. Window to the side. Door to decking and patio area leading into the garden.

Study 6' x 5' 3 (1.83m x 1.6m) Window.

Shower Room and Utility Room 7' 9 x 3' 2 (2.36m x 0.97m) Utility room with shelving and plumbing for washing machine. Shower room with window. Wash hand basin and w/c. Electric shower.

Bathroom 7' 7 x 5' 5 (2.31m x 1.65m) Window. Wash hand basin and w/c. Tiled floor. Bath.

Reception Room 2 11' 6 x 7' 6 (3.51m x 2.29m) Within the original railway carriage. Door to outside. Feature curved ceiling and 5 carriage windows. Tongue and groove walls. Doors to

Bedroom 1 14' x 7' 7 (4.27m x 2.31m) 2 railway carriage windows. Wooden walls. Curved ceiling. Door to

Storage Room 7' 7 x 3' 10 (2.31m x 1.17m) Storage area with carriage window. Cupboard housing hot water tank.

Bedroom 2 13' 1 x 7' 7 (3.99m x 2.31m) 2 railway carriage windows. Wooden walls. Curved ceiling.

EXTERNALLY The property is set in 2.95 acres or thereabouts. It is 240 metres above sea level with stunning, far reaching countryside views. There is a small garden on the road side of the property with the majority of the land at the back of the house, including a former vegetable garden and a paddock. There are mature trees and shrubs and a patio area off the conservatory. There is a static caravan used for storage and several useful sheds including a 30' x 30' storage shed.

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

Services Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Solid fuel heating off Rayburn and electric radiators.

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