Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Beautifully presented, this family sized accommodation is nestled in the heart of the idyllic rural village of Mathry, enjoying wonderful countryside views from the rear garden.

Benefiting from oil central heating, double glazing and off road parking for three/four cars. The accommodation briefly comprises;

To the Ground Floor: Hallway with laminate flooring, Lounge with feature fireplace and log burner, Dining Room with open fireplace, modern Kitchen/Breakfast room with a selection of wall and base units and complimentary work surfaces, and a Boot Room.

To the First Floor: Four bedrooms and luxury fitted bathroom with freestanding bath and seperate shower cubicle. Loft access. Large heated storage cupboard.

Externally, the property is approached via a cottage style gate through to the composite front door. To the front and side of the property there are pretty, enclosed lawned gardens. The rear garden, being south westerly facing is mainly laid to lawn with well established trees and borders, vegetable plot, attractive seating area, heated WC, boiler room/utility room and large workshop/outbuilding .

The rear of the property enjoys far reaching views over the countryside to the Preseli Hills.

Pencerrig was built in 1896 by Master Mariner, James Lewis, after returning from sea. The land was purchased from the then Landlord of the Farmers Arms William Williams. A copy of Pencerrig's original deeds is framed in the dining room as shown in the picture.

Mathry is a popular village situated just over 2 miles from the North Pembrokeshire coastline at Abercastle and Abermawr, 8 miles from the Cathedral City of St Davids and 5 miles from the harbour and ferry port of Fishguard, on the North Pembrokeshire coast. The village has a tea shop, church, public house, with wider facilities available in St Davids, Fishguard and the county town of Haverfordwest, some 14 miles to the south.



3.35m x 6.05m (11' x 19'10 )

Dining Room

3.35m x 3.25m (11' x 10'8 )

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

6.30m x 2.97m max (20'8 x 9'9 max)

Boot Room

1.37m x 2.72m (4'6 x 8'11 )



3.63m x 2.69m max (11'11 x 8'10 max)


3.25m x 3.35m (10'8 x 11')


3.23m x 1.63m (10'7 x 5'4 )


3.23m x 3.02m (10'7 x 9'11 )


2.67m x 2.82m max (8'9 x 9'3 max)


Boiler/Utility Room

The property is approached via a personal country cottage style gate, leading to a lawned garden bordered with mature shrubs, providing access to the front door and to the side of the property, where there is parking for approximately two vehicles.

To the side of the property there is an enclosed side garden, which is laid to lawn with mature shrubs and the oil tank.

The rear garden is also enclosed and mostly laid to lawn, with flower borders, providing access to the boiler room and wc, with a concrete seating area situated where the countryside views can be best appreciated.

View: By appointment with the Agents

Services: We have not checked or tested any of the Services or Appliances

Tenure: We are advised freehold

Tax: Band D


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