Substantial coastal property enjoying superb sea views
Set in an outstanding location within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Ty Carreg occupies one of the finest sites in the area on a coastal promontory directly overlooking Abercastle Bay and the craggy cliff seascape beyond. The grounds of the property extends to about 2.5 acres (stms subject to measured survey) acres or thereabouts of naturally contoured and terraced gardens with enclosed paddock which itself adjoins the Pembrokeshire Coast footpath.
Ty Carreg was architect designed in the early 1970's to a unique specification which provides panoramic coastal views from many angles, with living room windowscapes so designed to benefit from outstanding summer sunsets. The home is of a standard alpine rendered cavity wall construction under a tiled roof, which offers immense character with its tiered façade incorporating recessed and sheltered terraces overlooking, the cove, and partly open plan interior providing high ceilings and a minstrel gallery overlooking the split level hall which possesses a unique ambience, perfect for a private gatherings.
High timber cladding ceiling and feature minstrels gallery. A short flight of steps descends to the lower hall which opens to an impressive and relaxing
Living Room 28'10" x 17'0" (8.8m x 5.2m)
With full length bay windows directly overlooking the cove and featuring 180 degrees views, recessed cupboard.
Dining Room 17'4" x 12'9" (5.3m x 3.9m)
Sliding patio doors to the slate crazy paved sun terrace with structural overhang providing a sunny and sheltered outlook, built in cupboard.
Kitchen 20'11" (avg) x 15'1" (6.4m (avg) x 4.6m)
Once again enjoying sunset and bay views. Fitted base units and matching tall wall cupboard. Double bowl stainless steel sink unit, four ring hob and double oven. Curved bench seating, stainless steel extractor hood and access to the exterior.
Useful utility access to the property from the parking area. Good sized pantry.
Utility 12'5" x 11'1" (3.8m x 3.4m)
Terrazzo tiled floor, single drainer stainless steel unit, store cupboard.
Study 11'1" x 11'1" (3.40m x 3.40m)
Approached from the main entrance hall, which opens to the rear porch providing access to the boiler room with Worcester central heating boiler and updated Aquair warm air central heating provider.
Bedroom 1 17'8" x 12'1" (5.4m x 3.7m)
Superb views, built in wardrobe and archway to
Dressing Area 9'2" x 4'5" (2.8m x 1.35m)
With recessed shower and wardrobes and leading to the
En-suite Bathroom 10'2" x 6'6" (3.1m x 2.0m)
with pampas coloured suite comprising low level panelled bath, bidet, hand basin in vanity cupboard, low flush lavatory., heated towel rail.
with airing cupboard and stairs to first floor.
Bathroom 9'2" x 5'2" (2.80m x 1.60m)
Lilac coloured suite comprising pedestal hand basin, twin grip panelled bath, low flush lavatory, towel rail.
Bedroom 2 13'5" x 12'5" (4.10m x 3.8m)
Built in wardrobes and shelved cupboard.
with the minstrel gallery also benefiting from fine sea views. Linen and store cupboards.
Bedroom 3 16'8" x 13'1" (5.10m x 4.0m)
Once again enjoying 90 degree views, built in wardrobe, access to large store (3.4m min x 1.76m).
Kitchenette/ workroom 9'2" (max) x 6'10" (2.8m (max) x 2.10m) Window to rear, door to:
Separate WC 6'10" x 2'11" (2.10m x 0.90m)
Containing low flush lavatory
Bathroom 6'10" x 5'10" (2.10m x 1.80m)
Pedestal hand basin, twin grip panel bath, heated towel rail.
Bedroom 4 15'8" x 13'1" (4.8m x 4.0m)
Built in wardrobe and store cupboard.
A stone jamb'd entrance begins the sweeping driveway that ascends to the rear of the property where access is found to the triple carport that also contains a separate WC and wood store.
The property is set in about 2.5 acres (stms) of grounds including patio areas, lawned tiers and a paddock. There are various patios adjacent to the home from which the spectacular views can be enjoyed with a barbecue or just a relaxing brew.
Tax Band: H
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage, Oil fired air heating system.
A rare opportunity on the Welsh coast.Daniel Rees