2 Bedroom Detached House - Sold STC

Crosswell Crymych SA41.

Offers in Region of £378,000

Sold STC

Key features

  • Inglenook

  • Woodburning stoves

  • Good range of outbuildings

  • Character stone farmhouse

  • Land

  • Secluded location in National Park


Asking Price:

Mirianog Fach is a traditional Pembrokeshire farmhouse nestling beneath the Preselli Hills and located at the end of a no-through road. It has a large, level yard and an extensive range of outbuildings. There is approximately 4.5 acres of land to the rear and side of the property.  Beyond the gate are miles of wonderful walks and outriding amongst the ancient landscape of the Preseli Hills. The property lies within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. 

Briefly, the accommodation comprises a Farmhouse Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Living Room, Sitting Room, Back Kitchen and Bathroom on the ground floor, with 2 bedrooms (one ensuite) and an Office/Play Room on the first floor. Adjoining the house is the former  two storey Granary, which would be ideal to extend the accommodation in to, subject to consents.

Mirianog Fach enjoys a secluded and peaceful rural location with stunning views over the Preseli Hills, yet it is only a 15 minute drive to the picturesque coastal village of Newport and its glorious sandy beach. It is also within easy reach of all necessary amenities being  a couple of miles from the village of Eglwyswrw and 5 miles from the village of Crymych where there is an unusally good range of amenities including a new Health Care Centre, a primary and secondary school, Leisure Centre with swimming pool, library, vets, store with Post Office and bakery, health food shop, opticians, butcher, chemist, hairdresser, and take-away food outlets. The property lies approximately 10 miles from the town of Cardigan, situated at the mouth of the River Teifi.


Porch (6' 3" x 5' 3" or 1.90m x 1.60m)
Front door; terrazzo tiled floor.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room (15' 1" x 15' 11" or 4.60m x 4.85m)
Window to front, rear and side; oil fired Rayburn for cooking and hot water; double drainer stainless steel sink unit; range of English Rose wall and base units; vinyl flooring; tiled splashbacks; 3 terrazzo tiled steps down to Living Room.

Living Room (16' 1" x 14' 1" or 4.90m x 4.30m)
Inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove; terrazzo tiled floor; 2 windows to front.

Wide hallway with stairs to first floor; front door; vinyl flooring; wood panelling to dado height.

Sitting room (14' 1" x 9' 8" or 4.30m x 2.95m)
Boatman woodburning stove on red quarry tiled hearth; window to front; vinyl flooring; built in storage cupboard with glass fronted display shelving above.

Kitchen (29' 6" Max x 6' 9" Max or 9.0m Max x 2.05m Max)
LPG gas cooker point; plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher; deep stainless steel sink unit; Vintage English Rose base units; built-in larder cupboards and cupboard under stairs; vinyl flooring; window to side and rear.

White 3 piece bathroom suite; window to rear.

Rear Lobby
The rear lobby connects the Kitchen to the adjoining Wood Store

Stairs from the Hall lead to a Rear Landing which gives access to the walk-in Store Room and the Office / Play room. 2 steps lead up from the Rear Landing to the main Landing, giving access to the 2 Bedrooms. The main Landing has a window to the front and wide natural wood floorboards.
There is access from the Landing to a fully boarded loft space, with loft ladder and light.

Office (14' 11" Max x 7' 1" Max or 4.55m Max x 2.15m Max)
Sloping ceiling with reduced headroom; Velux window to rear.

Store Room (7' 3" x 7' 1" or 2.20m x 2.15m)
Sloping ceiling with reduced headroom; hot water cylinder with immersion heater; shelving.

Bedroom 1 (16' 3" Max x 14' 3" Max or 4.95m Max x 4.35m Max)
This bedroom features the chimney breast from the Inglenook fireplace below and vaulted ceiling with exposed ceiling timbers; Window to front; vinyl flooring; 2 steps down to En Suite.

En Suite (9' 2" x 7' 1" or 2.80m x 2.15m)
White WC, wash hand basin and bath with mixer tap/shower attachment. Wood panelling and wood flooring; Velux window to rear and window to side.

Bedroom 2 (14' 1" x 9' 8" or 4.30m x 2.95m)
Window to front; wide natural wood floor boards.


The property is located alongside a country lane which is a no-through road. A 15 feet wide gated entrance leads into a large level yard with plenty of room for parking and turning. A gate from here leads to the land behind. There is a range of outbuildings to the left side of the yard, at right angles to the road. Opposite these buildings is a gate to a further courtyard.

The farmhouse sits on one side within this second courtyard, screened from the lane by a further range of outbuildings, including the original cottage.

Adjoining the house is the Granary which measures approx 3.4m x 4.55m internally. This is a 2 storey building. The ground floor has a stable door to the front. The first floor is accessed via stone steps to the side of the building.
Behind the Granary is the Wood Store. To the side of the Granary is a lean-to Log Store

From the courtyard there is access to an enclosed garden to the side of the house, which is home to the static caravan and a polytunnel. The caravan is 2 bed / 6 berth and benefits from a Boatman woodburning stove and LPG for cooker and hot water.

Behind the house there are lawns and an orchard. 


There are 2 ranges of outbuildings.

Across the courtyard, opposite the farmhouse is the first range. These comprise:

Tractor Shed: 5.05m x 3.25m
Stone construction; open-ended and accessed from the main yard

Original Cottage: 3.15m x 4.05m
Stone construction with original fireplace; door to front

Barn / Workshop: 8.85m x 4.3m
Block and corrugated construction with double doors to the front; concrete floor; storage loft over one half

Adjacent to this range of buildings are 2 stone Pig Sties.

The second range of outbuildings lies to the side of the main yard and is mainly of stone construction. This is divided into a number of sections:
3.63m x 4.55m
6.8m x 4.55m
8m x 4.55m with animal stalls
3m x 4.4m, currently used as a workshop; with woodburning stove and 200w PV panel with inverter to power tools.
On the front of this range is a further building, currently used as a cider house, measuring approx 4.4m x 2.2m
To the rear of the range are 2 small stone lean-to buildings

On the land is also a modern Dutch Barn. This measures approx 5.3m x 8.9m and has a manual roller door to each end, plus a further pedestrian door.


The land lies to the side and rear of the farmhouse.

The main paddock is approx. 1.5 acres is of good flat pasture and well fenced.

The rest of the land comprises three enclosures separated by traditional Pembrokeshire hedge banks and stock fencing.

The property enjoys a wealth of natural habitat areas and is home to a wide range of flora and fauna.

In all, the property extends to approximately 4.5 acres (TBC) 

Extra Information

  • Property Age: 300 years
  • Council tax band: E (£1503.11 Per Annum)
  • Chain position: No chain
  • Double Glazing: Throughout
  • Heating: solid fuel


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