Tegfan is almost a picture postcard traditional cottage property set on the periphery of Wallis Moor in the community of Ambleston and enjoying a south-facing location.

The property has outstanding views over the moor in this unspoilt part of the Pembrokeshire countryside and has been thoroughly improved and renovated in recent years to provide warm and homely accommodation which retains the traditional atmosphere and character of a cottage home.

The main building is of traditional brick and stone construction under a tiled roof and an additional extension was added to the property in approximately 1999. External elevations are of a mixture of rough cast render and cottage plaster.

The interior is warm and homely presenting timber framed double sealed windows throughout made by the cabinet makers James of Ratford Bridge, together with a full oil fired central heating system. The kitchen has a high Cathedral style roof and there are many attractive traditional features including open beamed ceilings, latch doors and tiled floors.

One can safely say that the primary features of this dwelling are its rural location, sizeable gardens and comfortable appealing accommodation.

Wallis itself is a small rural hamlet within mid Pembrokeshire, approximately one mile west of Woodstock Cross and some 8 1/2 miles north of the County town of Haverfordwest.

The area is renowned for its unspoilt environment.





R K Lucas

01437 762538