* Delightfully located 6 acre residential smallholding *
* Character residence with a wealth of features including a crog loft *
* Potential for two families, including a static caravan and outbuildings *
* Convenient to the A40 *
* EPC Rating "F" *
* Viewing is recommended "
The entrance door opens into a
RECEPTION HALLWAY/DINING AREA:
23' 9" x 13' 5" (7.24m x 4.09m) This is a very spacious area that we believe was originally two rooms with a central staircase now rising to the first floor. There are two windows to the fore together with an open beamed ceiling with recessed spotlights, feature stone fireplace on a slate hearth that provides a focal point. The room is also heated by three radiators and there are doors leading to the Kitchen/Diner and the Sitting Room.
24' 6" x 19' 6" (7.47m x 5.94m) This is an imaginative and sympathetic conversion of what we believe was an originally a cow shed with dairy to the rear. The room enjoys a double aspect that includes a picture window together with an Arrow slit window and further window to the fore which enjoys a fine view over the surrounding Pembrokeshire countryside. There is a most attractive seating area to the rear that could almost be called a small 'Sun Lounge'. This has triple aspect with French doors leading to the rear garden and concealed blinds. A feature of the ceilings within the room are the exposed original timber beams and the room is heated by four radiators. A door leads to the
5' 1" x 4' 5" (1.55m x 1.35m) With loft and wall light and access to bedroom and wet room.
5' 9" x 5' 6" (1.75m x 1.68m) Fitted to a contemporary style having fully tiled walls with a Triton T80SI electric shower together with a wash basin mounted on a slate topped vanity unit, w.c. and radiator together with underfloor heating.
15' 11" x 12' 6" (4.85m x 3.81m) Again enjoying a double aspect with windows to the fore and French doors to the rear. The external appearance of the windows to the fore is as stable doors hinting to the past use of this area. There are two radiators together with two timber built storage cupboards and a set of wooden steps that lead to a loft room. Again there is exposed timber within the ceiling.
17' x 14' 3" (5.18m x 4.34m) This former hay loft has in the past we believe been used as an additional bedroom as equally suited to a Home Office or similar as required. There are windows at cill level together with a sky light, sloping ceiling and two radiators.
INNER HALLWAY 2:
Situated to the rear off the Reception Hallway/Dining Area with a stone tiled floor, open beamed ceiling with a panelled door leading to the large shelved Larder. A further door opens into
10' 2" x 5' 8" (3.10m x 1.73m) Again with a stone tiled floor, roof light and window to the rear, radiator. This room is ideally suited as a Hobby Room, Study or similar although again we understand from our clients that the room has in the past been utilised as a bedroom.
21' 6" x 20' 5" (6.55m x 6.22m) Our description of this room would never do it justice and we feel it can only be appreciated by a personal inspection to appreciate its flexibility and we are sure that many potential purchasers would use this as a Family Living Room, particularly as there is a Crog Loft.
Enjoying a triple aspect with windows to the rear and the sides together with French doors that lead to the side garden, we understand that the kitchen fittings were originally a bespoke kitchen with floor units constructed on a raised plinth with a varnished pine work surface over that includes a one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer taps together with an electric hob and double oven under, there is also a further Belfast sink. There are fitted shelves for china display that are constructed across the rear windows although this does not reduce the abundance of natural day light within the room. There is a return within the floor mounted units which creates an island effect housing an oil fired Rayburn Royale that heats hot water and fires one radiator. There is also a built in chaise longue under the Crog Loft and further fitted shelves and radiator. There is an open beamed ceiling with steps leading to the Crog Loft.
16' x 7' 8" (4.88m x 2.34m) With quarry tiled floor, window to the side, range of fitted base units with work surfaces over together with further storage and matching wall mounted cupboards, plumbing for automatic washing machine, Eurocal wall mounted oil fired boiler for hot water and central heating. Further door to the rear.
3' 5" x 3' 11" (1.04m x 1.19m) With shower cubicle with Mira shower, w.c. and wash basin together with light/shaver point over, extractor fan, quarry tiled floor and radiator.
The stairs from the Reception Hall/Dining Area lead to the first floor landing which has an abundance of pine tongue and groove cladding to the walls and ceiling together with a sky light, radiator and two loft accesses. Doors from this area lead to the bedrooms and to the Crog Loft.
14' 10" x 10' 6" (4.52m x 3.20m) Enjoying a double aspect with windows to the fore and rear and having a tongue and groove clad ceiling together with a radiator.
13' 6" x 7' 1" (4.11m x 2.16m) With two windows to the fore, radiator and again having a tongue and groove clad ceiling. There is an interesting recess used as a small bookshelf which we believe was an original external window having a slate cill.
12' 10" x 8' 1" (3.91m x 2.46m) With window to the side and radiator together with a towel rail heater with bath having Mira shower over, w.c. and wash basin together with part tiled walls, extractor fan and a large Airing Cupboard with louvred doors.
24' x 5' 9" (7.32m x 1.75m) Situated above the kitchen and ideally suited as a Home Study or similar having double aspect windows with a bannister to the kitchen.
Cold Comfort Farm stands in most delightful domestic grounds that include a car parking turning area to the fore together with an attractive lawn and a stone walled forecourt. To the side and rear there are attractive patio areas together with established rockeries with further lawns together with a productive vegetable plot and Greenhouse.
Adjoining the residence and situated under the loft that leads off Bedroom 1 is a Storage Room that has a low beamed ceiling together with a radiator and power points. This area has been fitted out with recycled kitchen units and offers flexible accommodation being suitable for a Games Room or similar. There is a Garage to the fore of the property which historically was a stock shed having a concrete base together with Yorkshire board and box profile clad walls and measuring approximately 20' x 19' 2" (6.10m x 5.84m).
To the rear is a Machinery Store and Small Workshop with an up and over door being of block wall construction under cement fibre roof and there is a 2 bay corrugated iron Hay Shed also at the rear which although in need of some tlc nevertheless provides useful additional storage.
Also within the gardens to the rear is a Static Caravan which is connected to the services and is currently used for storage and which we understand has been on site for many years being installed by a previous owner to the vendors.
The land is divided into 2 level or gently sloping pasture fields bordered by mature hedge rows and being ideally suited for equestrian use or similar, enjoying a fine outlook over the surrounding countryside with part enjoying a view towards Treffgarne Rock. In todays environmentally friendly times perhaps one could even consider installing a wind turbine or similar to provide domestic energy requirements, subject of course to any necessary planning requirements. A plan is attached for identification purposes only. If you are viewing these details online, however, please contact our Haverfordwest office on 01437 760440 for a copy of this plan.