Caeraeron, Hebron, Whitland, Pembrokeshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Character residence with a bright South-facing aspect, standing in approx. 10.5 acres, enjoying a fantastic view over the surrounding countryside. Residence includes 3 bedrooms with a double height hall with gallery room above offering additional accommodation. Outbuildings include traditional buildings that have had outline planning permission for conversion to a 5 bed residence. Situated in a private rural setting on the Carms/Pembs border, close to the boundary of the Pembs Coast National Park. Offering ample, well-arranged living space, this is a home that is well worthy of inspection!


This comprises a traditionally constructed property with substantial stone walls that has been sympathetically modernised and upgraded and offers deceptively spacious well presented accommodation with a lounge/dining room that overlooks the surrounding countryside.

The accommodation includes:-

Rear Porch

This has a uPVC double glazed entrance door from the rear, garden and parking area together with a stone tiled floor. There is a uPVC double glazed window to the side and tongue and groove cladding to one wall and to dado rail level on a further wall.

A glass door opens into:-

Reception Hall

16' 9" x 12' 11" (5.11m x 3.94m) This is a delightful welcoming area partly of double height to the roof and Velux windows above, having an open tread staircase that leads to a mezzanine/gallery room above. There is a pine timber floor together with a wooden beamed ceiling that has recessed ceiling lights and the room is heated by a radiator. It is ideally suited as a further reception room such as a dining room or similar if required.

Crog Loft

13' 1" x 9' 6" (3.99m x 2.90m) An open tread staircase from the reception hall leads to the mezzanine/gallery room. This has plenty of natural daylight via roof lights and there is an exposed and painted stone wall together with a timber floor and radiator. This area has in the past been used as an additional study area/bedroom and has plenty of potential for a variety of uses.

Shower Room

With part tiled walls, tiled floor and heated by a towel rail style radiator. The shower room includes a shower cubicle, wash hand basin and W.C.

There is an oil fired boiler which provides the central heating and hot water with shelving over.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Having a uPVC double glazed door that leads to the garden, together with 2 windows providing plenty of natural daylight. The Kitchen has a stone tiled under-heated floor and is equipped with a range of fitted base units with solid walnut surfaces over and incorporating both twin and single bowl stainless steel sink units. There is a calor gas hob and electric oven with an extractor hood over with further storage in wall mounted storage cupboards.

There is also a built in store cupboard together with a towel rail style radiator, meat hooks within the ceiling and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and dryer.


8.74m x 5.49m (28' 8" x 18') This bright and sunny open plan room is divided into 2 distinct areas having a central staircase rising to the first floor which has full length uPVC double glazed windows and a sliding patio door and enjoys a fantastic aspect with views over the surrounding countryside.

The dining area has a window to the side, together with an alcove storage cupboard and a radiator, whilst the sitting area has a wood burner on a slate hearth, radiator and a window to the side.

First Floor

The front landing has a timber floor, radiator and a uPVC double glazed window to the fore and loft access.

Bedroom 1

12' 1" x 14' (3.68m x 4.27m) having double aspect uPVC double glazed windows, a timber floor and two radiators.

Bedroom 2

13' 11" x 9' 8" (4.24m x 2.95m) with double aspect windows, two radiators and timber floor.

A rear landing with radiator and timber floor.

Bedroom 3

12' 1" x 11' 2" (3.68m x 3.40m) Again having a timber floor with uPVC double glazed window to the side, radiator and an airing cupboard.


6' 2" x 11' 11" (1.88m x 3.63m) Having a marble-tiled floor with mosaic tiling to the wall together with a suite of wash basin, W.C. and a raised bath with shower over. There are inset ceiling lights, towel rail style radiator, together with a further radiator.


The property stands in delightful domestic grounds which include around an acre of gardens and yard with pleasant lawned areas, surrounded by mature native broadleaf trees. There is a fantastic view from the gardens and grounds that really has to be seen to be fully appreciated.

The property also has the benefit of several outbuildings which lay testament to its historic use as a farm and there is a traditional stone cow-byre and adjoining cottage facing the main residence which have had outline planning permission for conversion to a 5-bedroom residential property and clearly have the potential for conversion to additional residential accommodation, if required, subject of course to the necessary planning consents being obtained or they could also be used for a home office, workshop, studio or similar.

One of the buildings would appear to be an original cottage. There is an inscribed stone stating that it was rebuilt in 1910 and this offers a stone built building under a slate roof. This measures approx. 10' 11" x 19' 7" with a further area of 8' 6" x 13' and part has a stone floor with an open beamed ceiling, together with the original slating slabs and a Belfast sink.

This building has a large and useful loft area above. There is an interesting feature with the original Inglenook fireplace, which has a bread oven to the side. Power and water are available in this area.

There is a further area used as a garden store which again has an open beamed ceiling and measures approx. 13' x 8' 6" and this leads to what was the original cowshed. The first part of this measures 17' 2" x 14' 10" and has a door to the fore. The main area measures 61' x 15' 2" and is principally of solid stone and block walls under a pitched slate roof with various doors to the fore and rear. Adjoining this is a further timber store under a Perspex roof.

Slightly set away is a workshop of block walls under a corrugated iron roof and again this has 13 amp electricity and water connected. This has a concrete floor and measures approx. 16' 9" x 30' 6".

Further former agricultural outbuildings now include a former silage clamp 19' x 32' with a lean-to 32' x 17' and a further lean-to of 16' x 12' approx. These are a combination of steel portal frame construction, with infill block walls under a corrugated iron and cement fibre cladding.

There is also a further corrugated iron store shed.

We feel that as well as the surrounding trees, hedges and stone walls, particularly attractive features include numerous traditional stone gate posts.

The Land

The land extends in total to 10.5 acres or thereabouts and comprises a block of predominantly level or gently sloping pasture that is currently used for cropping purposes. The land is ideally suited for equestrian use or similar if required with a reliable water supply, being bordered by two streams.

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