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  • Bedrooms: 3
***VIRTUAL VIEWING AVAILABLE*** ***NO CHAIN*** A rare opportunity to purchase a beautiful stone cottage nestled in the heart of the ever popular village of Moylegrove in the north Pembrokeshire coast. The property is in need of modernisation and updating in places and benefits from the addition of a very useful stone outbuilding, known as Ty Llygod which, subject to the necessary consents, could make an ideal extra living space. The property also benefits from a spacious garden to the rear. The house boasts many original features such as exposed stone walls, exposed wood beams, original tiled flooring, and wood paneled walls Briefly comprising; entrance hall with stairs to the first floor, useful under-stairs cupboard, and doors too; dining room with fireplace and wood burning stove, opening into the kitchen, and the sitting-room which is open plan into the living room. On the first floor are three bedrooms, (two double one single) and a family bathroom.

Externally the property has a path from the road leading to the front door with a small front garden. Pedestrain access down to the side leads to the rear of the property where there is an outside W/C and access to the stone built outbuilding known as Ty Llygod ! This property features the remains of the original fireplace with bread oven and could lend itself to be converted (stpp) to extra living space if needed. Paths carry on past Ty Llygod to slate steps that lead up to a deceptively spacious rear garden. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with some mature hedging in places and several fruit trees planted.

Moylegrove, or Trewyddel in Welsh - is a stunning little village in the northen coast of Pembrokeshire. The nearby beach, known as Ceibwr Bay is roughly 15 minutes walk away from the central village, and at the top of the hill is The Penrallt Garden Centre which has woodland walks, access to the Coast Path and a licensed cafe serving lunches and afternoon tea. Nearby St Dogmaels (3.7 miles away) is a beautiful riverside village sitting just across the Teifi River from the market town of Cardigan (5.4 miles away). St Dogmaels is steeped in history, with the ruins of the 12th century Abbey at its heart, and offers many cafes and pubs, local shops, places of worship and a primary school. The nearby sandy beach of Poppit Sands is the start (or end) of the 186 mile long Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Cardigan town offers a range of amenities including; a Castle, a primary and secondary school, a further education college, major super markets and superstores, banks, several public houses, swimming pool, leisure centre, restaurants and coffee shops and many local shops.

Entrance Hall

6.67 x 1.85 max - l shaped (21'10 x 6'0 max - l


2.25 x 2.48 (7'4 x 8'1 )

Dining Room

3.63 x 2.98 (11'10 x 9'9 )

Living Room/Sitting Room

6.30 x 3.09 (20'8 x 10'1 )


3.87 x 1.80 max (12'8 x 5'10 max)

Bedroom 1

3.64 x 3.67 (11'11 x 12'0 )

Bedroom 2

3.10 x 3.66 (10'2 x 12'0 )

Bedroom 3

3.15 x 2.58 (10'4 x 8'5 )

Family Bathroom

2.35 x 2.51 (7'8 x 8'2 )

Stone Outbuilding (Ty Llygod)

3.42 x 5.31 (11'2 x 17'5 )


VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.

TENURE: We are advised Freehold

SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.

TAX: Band 'D' Pembrokeshire County Council


We would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externally

The neighbouring property has right of way across the path to the immediate rear of the house to access the side lane.


Any floorplans provided are included as a service to our customers and are intended as a GUIDE TO LAYOUT only. Dimensions are approximate. NOT TO SCALE.


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