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Pantygrwndy Fawr, SA43 3NP


£1,250,000 Guide Price

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Detached House
For Sale
£1,250,000 Guide Price
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Property features

  • Character filled six bedroom home.
  • Huge range of unconverted outbuildings and barns.
  • Approximately 15 acres of paddocks, woodland, and gardens.
  • On the Pembrokeshire border, just outside the market town of Cardigan.


Enjoying a truly impressive position surrounded by fifteen acres of its own land, Pantygrwndy Fawr is a wonderful property with huge amounts of character. Originally dating back to the early to mid-1700s, the property was extended with a Georgian era addition which added a two storey wing to the property. Currently standing as a six bedroom, four reception room home, this stunning property is a truly unique offering on the market. In addition to the expansive internal dimensions, neighbouring the main home is a huge square of unconverted barns, outbuildings, and workshops. These buildings offer an unprecedented opportunity to convert, subject to planning, to either a large number of letting units, additional residential properties, or a business enterprise. Surrounding the buildings are fifteen acres of well-maintained pasture, woodland, and gardens. The elevated position of the buildings also gives commanding views over the countryside and back towards the Preseli Mountains.


Main House

Entrance Hall / Study Space
You first enter the property from the path at the eastern side of the home and arrive in a flexible room that has only recently been renovated. The space could easily be used as a study or snug. It currently forms a more formal entrance than the side door into the boot room.

Sitting Room
To the eastern side of the main hallway you find a spacious sitting room with a large window to the southern aspect of the property. The space has a marble fireplace with electric fire set on the hearth. To either side of the fireplace you find two original alcoves that provide interesting features.

Main Hallway
This impressive space is positioned at the heart of the Georgian extension to the original structure. Finished with a herringbone parquet floor, the hall leads to double doors to the southern aspect of the home, along with doors to two reception rooms. Directly in front of the door from the entrance hall is the primary staircase for the home: it sweeps elegantly up, passing a full length stained glass window as it leads you up to the first floor.

Reception Room
Opposite the sitting room you find another reception space which also looks out to the southern aspect of the property. This room forgoes a fireplace but retains the feature arches like in the neighbouring sitting room.

Inner Hallway
Sitting between the main Georgian hallway and the living room is the inner hallway. To its western side you find a doorway leading down to the basement with the property's second staircase to the first floor positioned next to it. The hall also has another door to the living room and another door to the ground floor cloakroom.

Off the inner hallway you find a handy cloakroom which serves the ground floor of the property. The room offers a lavatory and hand basin.

The large basement offers even more storage for the property. Believed to originally offer dry and cool food storage, the room retains its original slate shelving and an original opening to the southern side of the space. This surprisingly dry storage space provides excellent additional storage for the home.

Living Room
The stunning living room offers a wonderful space at the heart of the property. A very spacious area, the room has windows to the eastern and western side of the home with tall ceilings and exposed beams. The space offers ample room for both seating and dining areas with the focal point undoubtedly being the large hearth at the end of the room. This hearth is a truly breath taking feature for the entire home and offers a very large recess in the far wall of the room with an open fire at its centre.

Arguably the true heart of the property, this impressive space provides both a cooking and informal dining space. With windows to either side, this space also has characterful beams to the ceiling. A large range of hand-built kitchen cabinetry lines the walls. An Aga sits in the centre of the space with a separate double oven and four ring hob. There is space for a dishwasher under the countertop. A breakfast bar is also built off the counter and provides a good informal dining space.

Off the kitchen you find an incredible useful pantry that offers excellent, cool, storage for food and groceries. Slate shelves and original slate salting tables line the walls and provide ideal storage space.

Utility / Boot Room
With a door from the kitchen and another out to the side of the property, this useful room provides excellent storage and another access point to the property. The room offers an additional sink along with plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. The spacious room also provides ample storage for coats, boots, and other outdoor equipment.

First Floor Landing
The first floor of the building is served by a landing that winds through the Georgian and original parts of the home. A door splits the two parts of the home which enables them to be closed off if needed. Two staircases serve both sides of the space. The landing connects all the rooms on this level.

Bedroom One
The master bedroom occupies the whole northern end of the building and enjoys windows to three sides with lovely views over the gardens and surrounding countryside. The large bedroom offers ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture and has a handmade built-in storage cupboard in the corner.

Bedroom Two
Situated in Georgian part of the home, this double bedroom is one of the three that look out over the southern side of the estate. Large enough for freestanding bedroom furniture, this room would be ideal for family or house guests and is positioned at the opposite side of the building to the master bedroom.

Bedroom Three
At the opposite end of the Georgian section of the building to bedroom two is another good-sized bedroom. This space enjoys the same outlook and similarly impressive dimensions as bedroom two.

Family Bathroom
This large bathroom is found in the Georgian portion of the home and has a window that looks out to the eastern side of the building. This spacious room offers a roll top bath, large shower enclosure, lavatory, bidet, and hand basin.

Bedroom Four
Positioned between bedroom two and three, this good-sized single bedroom also looks out to the southern side of the property. This space could make a lovely home office if required with a wonderful outlook over pastures and open countryside.

The family bathroom serves the older portion of the property and offers a bath with shower over it along with a hand basin. There is a separate lavatory just across the hallway.

Positioned between bedroom five and the Georgian portion of the property, this space offers a lavatory with hand basin for the first floor of the home.

Bedroom Five
Another good-sized double, this bedroom in the older portion of the property has a window to the eastern side and is positioned opposite the family bathroom.

Bedroom Six
Positioned next to the master bedroom, this good-sized single bedroom is an L shape with a window to the eastern aspect of the property.

You approach Pantygrwndy Fawr from the road along a beautiful slate dry stone walled private driveway which leads down to a turning circle that has parking for several vehicles. To the western and southern sides of the main property you find landscaped gardens with more beautifully crafted slate retaining walls. As the lawn wraps around to the southern side of the property there is a large patio area which creates a lovely seating and entertaining space.

The outbuildings and barns to the east of the main house provide numerous storage and workspaces as they currently stand. The outbuildings comprise of two long straight buildings and one 'L' shape building which creates a large courtyard at their centre. These stone structures offer numerous options for any purchaser.

Surrounding the main buildings you find approximately eight acres of pasture with around seven acres of woodland to the north, east, and south.

To the south of the main buildings you find an ancient slate quarry along with a large lake.

If approaching Cardigan from the south via the A487, follow signposts for Cardigan and after passing the small hamlet of Llantood you will see a road sign indicating that you have just crossed into Ceredigion. Pantygrwndy Fawr is the next property you come to on your right hand side with access along a private driveway. In contrast with the council signage, Pantygrwndy Fawr is the last (or first) property in Pembrokeshire!

If approaching Cardigan from the north via the A487, follow the A road over both roundabouts following signs for Fishguard and follow the directions above.

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