Trewaddon Ganol, Boncath

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
We are still amazed that its still possible to find old world character houses deep in the Pembrokeshire countryside today and this is such a classic example of its type. Trewaddon Ganol is an attractive 2/3 bedroom stone house with no immediate neighbours, superb views over open countryside, huge future potential to extend into the attached barn (subject to any consents required) all set in just over half an acre of land and being very near to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

The property has been lovingly owned and enjoyed by the same family for over 50 years who have now reluctantly decided to pass the property onto new owners. In the house, that requires extensive upgrading and modernisation throughout, there is a hallway, sitting room, lounge / diner with beautiful old inglenook fireplace, kitchen, downstairs shower room and toilet, on the first floor there are two bedrooms (one accessed via the other but it would be easy to configure a landing area to give separate access into each bedroom) and a third small childs bedroom with restricted height.

Outside there is a large predominantly grassed garden area amounting to just over half an acre with parking area, attached barn split into 2 storage areas and an old stone pigsty used for wood storage.

So to conclude, the location of this property provides country living at its best whilst still providing a blank canvas for the new owners to upgrade, extend (subject to consents) and enjoy this property for another 50 years and more.

Description of Location

Trewaddon Ganol is located deep in the Pembrokeshire countryside completely surrounded by farmland and having far reaching views. The small village of Boncath is a few minutes drive away and has a convenience store whilst the larger village of Crymych is around 4 miles away which has greater facilities and a Secondary School. There are also lots of lovely beaches within easy reach.


Entrance via double-glazed door into:


With slate flooring, staircase to first floor, door into:

Lounge / Diner

12' 10'' x 13' 0'' (3.9m x 3.95m)

With UPVC double-glazed window to the front, slate flooring, wood-burning stove set in a beautiful inglenook fireplace with bread oven to side, exposed beams, door into:


6' 2'' x 15' 5'' (1.87m x 4.7m)

With UPVC double-glazed window to the side, slate flooring, enamelled sink/drainer unit, slate slab worktops with various other shelving units, exposed beams.

Sitting Room

13' 0'' x 8' 5'' (3.96m x 2.57m)

With UPVC double-glazed window to the front, fireplace having cast iron insert with timber surround, again slate slab flooring, exposed beams, door into:

Downstairs Shower Room

With UPVC double-glazed window to the rear, low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, small fireplace, wall-mounted electric fan heater.

First Floor

Accessed via staircase in hallway and giving access to:

Bedroom 1

13' 0'' x 10' 9'' (3.97m x 3.28m) into alcove

A large room with UPVC double-glazed window to the front, door through to:

Bedroom 2

12' 11'' x 8' 5'' (3.93m x 2.56m)

With UPVC double-glazed window to the front, exposed stone walling.

Bedroom 3

9' 10'' x 6' 1'' (3m x 1.86m)

A small childs room with low slung sloping ceiling, window to side.


You access the property via a good stone track (which is also a rarely used bridleway). The house itself has around 0.5728 acres of lawned areas and grassland, often used by the grandchildren of our clients in the summer for camping out and generally having fun.Attached to the Barn is a traditional stone and slate pigsty currently used for storage of wood.

Barn 1

10' 6'' x 12' 1'' (3.19m x 3.68m)

With further potential (subject to any consents required) and currently used for storage.

Barn 2

11' 2'' x 11' 11'' (3.4m x 3.64m)

With further potential (subject to any consents required) and currently used for storage.

General Information

Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, The Smallholding Centre or our sister company, Houses For Sale in Wales.

Tenure: Freehold

Services: Mains electric, mains water and private drainage (septic tank)

Council Tax: Band D, Pembrokeshire County Council (Charge for 2023/24 - £1,555.15)

Please Note: We are advised that, as is common in Wales, the track to and past the property is a rarely used bridleway.


From Boncath take the road sign-posted for Bwlch y Groes. Continue down this road and take second turn right just before Blue/Gray house called Postgwyn. Continue up this road and bear left, you will see a derelict church on your left, take the right turn (opposite the church) signposted Crymych. Pass a property called Marle on the right, pass another property on the right and the track to this property is next entrance on the left hand side. Name is on the gate at the track entrance.

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