by Webmaster, 12th April 2022
Just a mile from the beach, this Pembrokeshire cottage would make the perfect coastal family home
Within the popular village of Moylegrove, just five miles from the bustling town of Cardigan, this pretty detached stone house has three bedrooms and a gorgeous mature garden, bordered by a stream. It may need a little updating inside, but a new kitchen, bathroom and some internal decoration would make this village home idyllic.
An upside down house, the large living room is on the first floor and has a log burner, beamed ceiling and wooden floor with stairs up to an office/bedroom area. An unusual layout, two of the bedrooms and the family bathroom are on the ground floor.
Externally, the property is accessed via a gravelled driveway which leads to a car port, offering ample off-road parking and the mature garden wraps around the house.
Moylegrove, or Trewyddel in Welsh, is a pretty little village in the northen coast of Pembrokeshire. The nearby beach, known as Ceibwr Bay is roughly a 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 Cardigan offers a range of amenities including a primary and secondary school, a further education college, major supermarkets, banks, several public houses, swimming pool, leisure centre, restaurants, cafes and many local shops.
Priced at £450,000 with West Wales Properties: www.westwalesproperties.co.uk