Trefin

£500,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
A beautiful barn conversion with a wealth of character and charm which lends itself to be used as two separate, independent living units or one large home, located just a short drive to the coast and to St Davids Town. Currently being run as a successful holiday let business, with separate owners accommodation, this property would be ideal for buyers either looking to run a successful business by the coast or a fantastic family home with income potential or multi-generational occupancy.

Centred around a landscaped courtyard, the accommodation provides a total of 7 living/working areas, plus 6 bedrooms, and 6 bath/shower rooms.

Externally, the property is approached off a private lane and benefits from off-road parking for 5 vehicles. The canopy seating area leading off from the courtyard also provides a possibility to convert into a further annexe or garage (subject to necessary planning consents).

The village of Trefin, with its Public House, Galleries, Hostel, and Chapel, is situated close to the North Pembrokeshire coast, midway between the ferry port of Fishguard and the Cathedral City of St Davids. This popular village sits within the stunning scenery of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - a 'mecca' for holidaymakers!

The coastal path offers lovely walks, and the rocky coves of Abercastle, Aberfelin, and Abereiddy are all within easy reach, whilst the sandy beaches of Traeth Llyfn and Whitesands are within 10 - 15 minutes' driving distance. The Strumble Shuttle bus service passes through the village 3 times a day during the summer months. The nearest convenience store/petrol station is only a mile or so away at Square and Compass.

We Say...

This is an absolutely fabulous barn conversion, recently renovated to a very high standard, which has a wealth of character and charm and maintains many beautiful features, such as the exposed floors, stonework and beams. Situated a short drive to St Davids town and to the coast, the property is accessed off a private drive, offering off-road parking for approximately 5 cars.

The accommodation benefits from biomass boiler for heating and hot water, and solar panels on the roof to support electricity usage.

Currently being run as a successful holiday let business, with separate owners accommodation, the property lends itself to be used as two separate, independent living units or one large home. Ideal for buyers either looking to run a successful business by the coast or a fantastic family home with income potential or multi-generational occupancy.

Come On In...

...and step into the beautifully presented entrance hall/garden room, with quarry tiled floor, two sets of double French doors with special heat-retaining double glazing to the front forecourt and central courtyard area. To the left of the entrance hall, there is a shower and utility room with quarry tiled flooring and houses the compact 35 biomass boiler. The kitchen to the right of the entrance hall is fitted with a range of attractive wooden units with solid oak worktops, ceramic sink unit, belling range and ceramic tiled floor, boasting modern convenience with a traditional feel, this character and style continues throughout.

The charming dining room with original Victorian cast iron spiral staircase to the first floor benefits from exposed beams and a range of display units. On the first floor, the spiral staircase leads into the sitting room with exposed beams, wood-burning stove set on a slate hearth, and oak flooring. From the sitting room double doors lead into a bedroom, which is currently being used as an office, and a further door then into the bathroom with panelled Jacuzzi styled bath. The beautiful master bedroom further along benefits from A-frame ceiling beams and Juliette balcony.

On the ground floor, and accessed via the dining room or the central courtyard the annexe lounge, currently being used as a sitting room for the holiday let, benefits from oak flooring, A-frame ceiling beams and feature log burner set on a slate hearth. Leading off from the lounge there are two snug rooms with two separate shower rooms and stairs in both leading to two bedrooms with gorgeous exposed beams and flooring.

The fitted annexe kitchen with tiled flooring and doors to the courtyard has a staircase leading to a landing with under eaves storage and to a further two bedrooms with exposed beams and flooring.

From the kitchen, there is a door leading to an inner hallway and separate wet room and bathroom for the annexe.

Step Outside...

Externally, the property is approached off a private lane to a paved forecourt offering parking for approximately 5 cars. Glazed double doors lead into the entrance /garden room and lead out to the central courtyard. The courtyard is mainly gravelled with a circular shrub bed, and wooden storage areas and covered seating area to the side, offering perfect place for outside dinning or entertaining.

The canopy seating area also provides a possibility to convert into a further annex or garage (subject to necessary planning consents).

Entrance Hall/ Garden Room

2.74m x 4.57m (9'79 x 15'73 )

Utility Room

1.83m x 4.27m (approximately) (6'28 x 14'92 (app

Shower Room

1.22m x 2.39m (4'82 x 7'10 )

Kitchen

4.27m x 4.27m (maximum) (14'25 x 14'90 (maximum)

Dining Room

5.49m x 3.66m (18'57 x 12'95 )

Sitting Room

3.96m x 5.79m (maximum) (13'99 x 19'41 (maximum)

Bedroom 2/ Office

4.27m x 4.27m (maximum) (14'55 x 14'85 (maximum)

Bathroom

1.83m x 4.27m (maximum) (6'13 x 14'33 (maximum))

Bedroom 1 (Master Bedroom)

4.57m x 4.27m (maximum) (15'17 x 14'78 (maximum)

Sitting Room (Annex)

10.06m x 3.96m (maximum) (33'83 x 13'85 (maximum)

Snug 2 (Annex)

3.05m x 2.74m (maximum) (10'43 x 9'19 (maximum))

Shower Room (Annex)

1.52m x 1.65m (5'15 x 5'05 )

Bedroom 5 (Annex)

3.35m x 3.05m (11'90 x 10'78 )

Snug 1 (Annex)

3.96m x 2.13m (maximum) (13'71 x 7'81 (maximum))

Shower Room (Annex)

1.52m x 1.22m (5'20 x 4'98 )

Bedroom 4 (Annex)

3.35m x 3.35m (maximum) (11'87 x 11'84 (maximum)

Kitchen/Breakfast Room (Annex)

4.27m x 4.57m (14'43 x 15'56 )

Landing (Annex)

3.05m x 0.61m (maximum) (10'48 x 2'68 (maximum))

Bedroom 2 (Annex)

3.66m x 3.68m (approximately) (12'19 x 12'01 (ap

Bedroom 3 (Annex)

3.66m x 2.74m (approximately) (12'63 x 9'56 (app

Inner Hallway (Annex)

2.74m x 0.91m (approximately) (9'26 x 3'19 (appr

Wet Room (Annex)

2.74m x 2.74m (approximately) (9'60 x 9'26 (appr

Bathroom (Annex)

1.52m x 3.35m (approximately) (5'85 x 11'73 (app

Location

The village of Trefin, with its Public House, Galleries, Hostel, and Chapel, is situated close to the North Pembrokeshire coast, midway between the ferry port of Fishguard and the Cathedral City of St Davids. This popular village sits within the stunning scenery of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - a 'mecca' for holidaymakers!

The coastal path offers lovely walks, and the rocky coves of Abercastle, Aberfelin, and Abereiddy are all within easy reach, whilst the sandy beaches of Traeth Llyfn and Whitesands are within 10 - 15 minutes' driving distance. The Strumble Shuttle bus service passes through the village 3 times a day during the summer months. The nearest convenience store/petrol station is only a mile or so away at Square and Compass.

VIEWING: By appointment only.

TENURE: We are advised freehold

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

TAX: Band E Pembrokeshire

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Any floorplans provided are included as a service to our customers and are intended as a GUIDE TO LAYOUT only. Dimensions are approximate. NOT TO SCALE.

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