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New Mill, New Moat, Clarbeston Road

Haverfordwest

£750,000 OIRO

Department:
Sales
Type:
Detached House, Land, Small Holding
Marketing Flag:
New Instruction, Rural Location
Availability:
For Sale
Bedrooms:
5
Bathrooms:
2
Receptions:
2
Tenure:
Freehold
Location:
Haverfordwest
Price:
£750,000 OIRO

Property features

  • Two Detached Grade II listed buildings with Haybarn , Stables and workshop
  • 7 Acres of picturesque Land in area of outstanding beauty
  • Fishing rights on the river forming one side of its boundary
  • Full planning consent on Mill and Haybarn
  • Close to Haverfordwest , Narberth and Lys Y Fran reservoir
  • Chain Free
  • Of Equestrian, Fishing or Glamping interest
  • Huge potential for further development

Summary

Two Grade II Listed Stone buildings and Haybarn, stables and workshop ,set upon approx.7 acres of scenic land  of an Equestrian, Glamping or Fishing interest ,adjoining the river Syfni over which the property has fishing rights.Full planning permission is in place for further development of the Haybarn and Mill which has been partially completed to a high standard .

Details

DESCRIPTION
Description
Situated at the end of a road that leads to a small hamlet of only 5 homes New mill is a Grade II Listed property with a huge history and is situated in a total of just over 7 acres close to the towns of Haverfordwest and Narberth. Nestled behind high electric gates this is not just a home but an idyllic retreat in an area of outstanding beauty.
Rarely does such an opportunity arise that offers so much seclusion, scope or potential. The land consists of pasture fields , lawned gardens and marsh areas including a flag iris meadow encouraging
The property is bordered by the river Afon Syfni and benefits from fishing rights along its length.
There is a possibility that the land and location could be utilised for glamping or the possibility of a lake for the purpose of tourism (subject to planning) .
It is of immense interest to those looking for a property that lends itself to equestrian, fishing or outdoor pursuits and is abundant in wildlife and fauna.
Consisting of 3 buildings ,a two bedroom stone cottage with large inglenook fireplace , The mill building itself which is in the process of being converted to residential and a large hay barn with 2 loose stables and vehiclular access all of which provide many options .Both the Mill and Haybarn have planning permission and the work has already commenced .
Entering through the electric gate, the extent of the land lies directly ahead and to the left from where the river is just visible . The Buildings themselves sit to the righthand side at the top end of the property with the land gently sloping towards the meadow and river.
THE COTTAGE
The first property that faces the lane is a delightful two bedroomed cottage. A central door opens into a welcoming quarry tiled area within the living space that gives a hint of what’s inside .The focal point of the living room is the very large Inglenook fireplace that is large enough to sit in and an unusual space to the right of this with beams .
Being of stone build the walls are approx. 3 ft wide and some stone is exposed whilst other parts are in a limewash. Heating is oil fuelled which provides hot water and the underfloor heating in the cottage l.
A doorway through to the rear hallway also leads to the bathroom . In here the ceilings sloes to the rear of the property and the walls are whitewashed. The Victorian bathroom suite housed in a dark oak cabinet compliments the room and its sunken bath .The room is partially tiled with a neutral marble tile including a splash back . A window directly behind the bath adds interest to this room. Along the rear of the cottage the sloping ceiling continues as does the whitewashed walls and the floor is in large slate slabs. Halfway along this space , the bespoke turnback solid oak staircase leads to the upstairs bedrooms and an exterior door leads to both the Mill and the barn . At the end of the hallway is a utility room and here the boiler is also situated Another doorway leads into the spacious Kitchen/ diner completing the easy flowing floorplan.
The kitchen is straight out of a picture book with enough room for both a dining table and island. Lit by two sash windows one of which has a window seat, the rustic floor tiles and bare stone walls create the atmosphere of this homely farmhouse style kitchen . Oak cabinetry with granite worktops, an Aga range cooker and period dresser complete the look.
All doors and stairs are in solid oak and there is underfloor heating in the kitchen and lounge,
THE MILL
This stunning grade II listed building with its original stone walls and features has been sympathetically restored and renovated with a contemporary twist. Planning permission has been granted and work started to convert it to a 3-bedroom house that links to the existing two-bedroom cottage. The fundamental construction which is also the larger part of the cost, have been undertaken to the highest quality and level. A new roof utilising the original oak beams has been installed. All the windows have been replaced with new bespoke wooden units as well as a wider wooden front door to the rear of the mill at upper ground level. Opening into a very wide hallway, large enough to be another room in itself, there are three double bedrooms and a very spacious bathroom. All the electrics and plumbing are installed, there is electric underfloor heating and insulation to the roof space. The roof does need boarding to finish but the owner confirms that they have these and that they will be included in the sale. The space above the bedrooms could quite easily be utilised itself as two other loft rooms. All doors are solid oak, and these will also be included in the sale.
The bathroom is very well appointed. A monochrome scheme is very dramatic and contemporary. White wall and floor tiles accented by black grouting and a very large quadrant jacuzzi shower with enough space for a bath is wanted .
On ground floor level this has not yet been started however plans here are for the main living and kitchen area. This Mill was built into the granite rockface and some of this protrudes into this space and could be utilised as a striking feature of these rooms. Again, some of the materials required for this are stored here.
The windows at the front of the property look out over the land and towards the river and have the most magnificent view.

THE BARN/STABLES
This is currently used as a storage facility with two stables, 12 x 12 and 12 x 10 .
The Hay Barn has planning permission to be converted into three garages on the ground floor with a workshop on the first floor. It has a concrete base and has access from both ends, one accessed from the side of The Mill and Cottage, the other by travelling the track in front of the buildings to the far side .

The land is laid to pasture land and wild meadow with the immediate areas near the cottage and mill laid to flower borders and lawn . Surrounded and interspersed with trees and Fauna including a Flag iris meadow where there would be potential for a lake to extend the fishing available at the property (obviously after the necessary planning approval).The neighbouring property is a very successful stable and so the property would also suit those with an equestrian interest .
All in all there is so much potential and an opportunity to turn it into your dream home.
Early viewing is advised and essential to appreciate the extent of the land and its exceptional qualities .

Cottage
2 Bedroomed , stone built detached cottage

Living Room 4m x 6.7m

Kitchen/Diner 4.2m x 3.75m

Utility /Boiler room 2.5m x 2m

Bathroom 3m x 1.8m

Rear Hallway 2m x 5.6m

Bedroom 1 4.4m x 3.8m

Bedroom 2 3.8m x 3.3m

MILL
3 Bedroom, Stone Mill , Partial renovation to a high standard ( for Completion )

Bathroom 3.8m x 2.5m

Bedroom One 3.8m x 2.7m

Bedroom Two 3.4m x 2.6m

Bedroom Three 3.4m x 2.6m

Ground Floor (to be completed) 5.2m x 10m

HAY BARN

STABLE 1 12m x 12m

STABLE 2 12m x 10m

EPC RATING
This property is Exempt

COUNCIL TAX
BAND C

SERVICES
We have been advised that the property has an oil fired central heating & underfloor heating system in the cottage and Electric underfloor heating in the Mill. Mains water and electricity are connected . The property has a cesspit sewage system.

VIEWINGS
Is highly recommended to appreciate the full potential of this property Any viewings are to be strictly arranged through the agents Pembrokeshire Properties Estate Agents Ltd and all are to be accompanied by an associate.Please call the agent on 01646 562387.

GENERAL NOTE
IMPORTANT:These particulars have been prepared from information supplied by the Vendor to give an overview for the property .
No information should be relied upon by the buyer who should should satisfy themselves on any issues relative to the property including any planning requirements , measurements or descriptions .
Pembrokeshire Properties Estate Agents Ltd accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the details and have compiled the information in good faith and therefore the particulars are in no way a guarantee .

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