Historic Pembrokeshire farm near the coast. Option to purchase more land.
Llwyngoras Farm is a traditional mixed farm set in an idyllic location near the Pembrokeshire coast. It includes an historic and character Elizabethan Grade II* listed gentry house thought to date c.1578 that is need of sympathetic renovation and refurbishment but provides generous accommodation space and potential. Set nearby to the main house are a range of traditional stone Grade II listed barns, together with some modern outbuildings. The farm includes pastureland, woodland and river frontage on the Nevern River.
A welcoming and charming porch with double doors leads through to a large reception room with beamed ceiling that is sub-divided into a dining room/study on the left and a lounge area on the right with striking exposed beams, a large inglenook fireplace with fireplace beam dated 1578 and a wood burning stove providing a warm focal point. A doorway leads through to a kitchen/breakfast room fitted units, walk-in larder, doors to rear greenhouse and a large conservatory with shower room and WC off. Adjacent to the lounge area is the c.19th century drawing room that has a Regency style panelled door with overlight, fine plasterwork and an attractive black marbled fireplace. The ground floor area is completed by a useful office/study area that is situated adjacent to the porch. A staircase leads off the lounge area to a useful cellar.
The staircase rises up from the dining room area to the first floor accommodation that includes 4 generous size bedrooms on each side of the house. These share the use a of a family bathroom and separate shower room with WC.
A doorway leads to another staircase that rises up to a useful attic storage area.
The house enjoys a large and established garden area with mature trees, bushes, shrubs and flower borders. The front garden of the house features ball-finial corniced piers to the garden gateway that then leads down a path to the entrance porch.
A number of traditional stone Grade Ii listed buildings are situated close to the main house including:
Former coach house with saddle room, barn with slate feeding chutes to former pigyard. Beyond these are a further collection of traditional old stone barns. All of these barns offer the potential for conversion to alternative uses subject to the planning consents. Amongst the far collection of traditional barns are some more modern outbuildings including two Dutch barns. Further away again is a dedicated farmyard with a modern open-span farm outbuilding together with a smaller livestock building opposite.
The Land - hatched in blue on the plan.
A private farm track leads off the council road down to the yard areas and house. The land includes pastureland in manageable enclosures. The land also includes areas of woodland and part of the woodland borders the pretty Nevern River. In all, the farm extends to about 67 acres (stms subject to measured survey).
Option for more land
There is an option to purchase the farm with more land (pastureland and woodland with further river frontage on the Nevern River) by separate negotiation. The extra land extends to about 170 acres and is hatched in green on the plan.
Current Listings taken from British Listed Buildings website are as follows:
Llwyngoras, including Garden Walls with Gate Piers: Grade II* Listed
Below are all Grade II Listed:
Coach House at Llwyngoras
Outbuilding to SE of Llwyngoras.
L-Plan range of outbuildings to NE. of Llwyngoras
The farm is for sale as a whole with all the land (about 237 acres - stms). Asking price £1.6m and can be seen on the Savills website.
Historic Pembrokeshire farm near the coast.Daniel Rees