Abercych, Pembrokeshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Arfryn is a charming, two-bedroom, traditional stone-built cottage with a modern block-built extension, situated in the quaint rural village of Abercych. It has two reception rooms, workshop, sunny terraced garden and panoramic rural views over the valley below.

You enter via the front door into a light and fresh entrance hallway with painted wood panels either side. Traditional, four-panel painted wooden doors to the right and left lead to the reception rooms and a carpeted staircase leads upstairs.

Exposed stone walls painted in neutral colours, feature in both reception rooms, warm oak effect laminate floorboards and dark exposed wooden beams run through the hallway and both rooms, contrasting the painted white wood panelled ceilings.

The second reception room is currently set up as an office but could also be utilised as a third bedroom. There is a feature electric fireplace and a purpose built, fitted desk with wooden worktop, which continues across to the bay window and seamlessly doubles up as shelf storage.

The living room is warm and inviting, it has a Morso wood-burner set on a slate hearth and there are plenty of shelves alongside for books and ornaments, at the opposite corner there is a quaint nook under the staircase featuring a miniature window allowing more natural light in.

Continuing up the carpeted staircase, there is landing with access hatch to the roof space and wooden floorboards run throughout. Two wooden doors with traditional cast iron thumb latches lead to the bedrooms. Both bedrooms have bay windows set at a low level, framing the rural views beyond. The master bedroom features two fitted wardrobes and a small inset window with opening, overlooking the garden to the rear.

Back downstairs, in the extension, is a rear hallway with handy bespoke made storage box, the bathroom, with over the bath shower and fitted bathroom cabinets, and a modern fitted kitchen with the biomass thermal stove at its heart and a range of fitted appliances. Two openable windows overlook the front, inviting the outside in.

Externally, the property is set up and back from the main road, the driveway is paved and has parking for multiple vehicles, there is an external log store and separate workshop room with mains and lighting.

To the left of the property is a gravelled area with handy external storage, steps lead to the various levels of the terraced garden. There is an open space with a bench serving as viewpoint over the valley and up from here is an area with established raised beds and various vegetables growing, including a greenhouse for growing and an apple tree and various planted shrubs surrounding. To the upper most left corner of the garden is a wooden shed with enclosed decked seating area, the perfect place to observe the garden and the house.

A grass lawn extends from here to the other side of the garden. Back at ground level, immediately behind the rear of the house, is paved with large stone slabs, and a walkway wraps back round to front of the house allowing access to the rear door from the driveway.

Viewing highly recommended!

VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.

TENURE: We are advised Freehold

SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.

COUNCIL TAX: Band 'D' Pembrokeshire

Ref: LW/LW/07/23/OK


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