5 bedroom detached house for sale

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Beds: 5
Baths: 3
Treffgarne, Haverfordwest SA62 See map

The main mill house offers generous reception areas over the ground floor, including an open plan reception room with kitchen and utility room off it and the unique living room which still houses the historic workings for the water wheel. The water wheel is still undoubtedly one of the most fascinating features of the property. It is a fully intact and working wheel that is fed by a long leat carved out of the rock of the valley behind the property. The waterwheel would make an ideal base for a hydroelectric generator which should be able to provide most (if not all) the power needs of the property twenty four hours a day. On the first floor of the home you find four bedrooms, including the character filled master bedroom suite. The standout feature of the main mill house is its configuration that allows such versatile usage.

Currently, the house offers five bedrooms with one being easily separable along with its attached reception, kitchen, and bathroom. This portion of the house can serve as an extended living space or a lettable annex, a use case that has previously proven successful. Whilst currently used as a family home, the entire mill complex could be conveniently divided into one three-bedroom, one two-bedroom, and three one-bedroom holiday lets, which could generate a fantastic income in such a prime position. Additionally, there is potential for the reconstruction of a derelict cottage within the woodland. The land at Nant Y Coy Mill lives up to the high standard set by the remarkable accommodation. Comprising of approximately thirty acres of grounds, the variety of landscape that is included is truly incredible.

There is the additional access to over eighty acres on Great Treffgarne Mountain for those looking to keep livestock. The land includes a beautiful meadow that runs along a quarter of a mile of the Western Cleddau, of which the mill owns the fishing rights. Behind the house you find one of the finest summerhouse and entertaining spaces. Beyond the productive vegetable garden and two storage/workshop barns you find four paddocks that have formed the basis for a successful glamping business. To the south of the paddocks, you find open moorland leading up on Great Treffgarne Mountain with an iron age hill fort that siting at the foot of the Iconic ‘Lion Rock’ an artful sculpture crafted by nature itself. Possibly finest of all, you find the ancient wooded valley that stretches back from the mill house. Designated as a site of special scientific interest (SSSI), this natural paradise is a home to otters and other endangered wildlife.

Nant Y Coy Mill is an unrivalled opportunity for a buyer to purchase a property that embraces its history with a truly stunning restoration. It offers huge scope for a buyer to develop their own lifestyle and business. This inspiring estate comprises of the beautifully renovated five bedroom mill house with its own one bedroom annex, the former café, which offers a myriad of development options, a delightful summer house, two large outbuildings/workshop, a successful glamping business, and approximately thirty acres of some of the most inspiring grounds you are likely to find in West Wales

Main house

Reception room
Entering the mill you arrive in a wonderfully welcoming reception area. With a practical slate floor throughout, the room is currently set up as a dining area and separate seating space. On the rear wall an archway opens into the kitchen with the wooden, open tread, staircase to the first floor in the centre of the room. To the left hand wall is a charming, double sided, wood burner which also supplies heat to the neighbouring utility room, which is accessed via a door to the side. To the right hand wall is an exposed stone hearth with space for a gas or electric fire if required. Next to the hearth is a stable door and steps leading into the living room.

The beautifully crafted kitchen runs along the rear of the property and offers a range of wooden cabinetry with solid wood countertops. Complementing the storage provided by the kitchen units is a very generous pantry with fully fitted shelving and space for an American style fridge freezer. A large butler sink at the end of the kitchen is positioned under a window, with natural light coming in through the glazed back door and large Velux rooflight above. The kitchen contains an electric range cooker and integral dishwasher and is the perfect space for any chef and a great hub for the property.

Utility / boot room
This very handy space has a door to the rear of the property and provides excellent storage space for outdoor clothing and shoes. There is a worktop running along the side wall with undercounter space for a washing machine and dryer, along with other white goods or dog beds. Windows to the front and side, along with the glazed rear door, bring in natural light.

Next to the back door in the utility room is a useful cloakroom which contains a lavatory and hand basin with window to the rear.

Living room
This beautiful and character filled reception room is a true highlight in this remarkable property. The space combines original slate flag flooring with exposed beams above to create a room packed with character that feels immediately warm and welcoming. One of the unique features of the room is that it contains the original workings of the water wheel, a truly fascinating focal point to the space. Next to these water wheel workings the owners have created a fantastic home bar which makes it an ideal space for entertaining. A door in the left hand wall leads into the study with a (currently sealed) door on the right hand wall that leads into the self-contained annex. There is a pair of glazed doors opening to the front of the mill with a wooden, open tread, staircase leading up to the master bedroom.

Study / ground floor bedroom
Off the living room is a good-sized study space with a window to the rear of the property. If needed, this room could easily provide a ground floor bedroom for the property.

Master bedroom
This wonderful space is a fitting master bedroom for this captivating property. With exposed original A frame beams and rooflights above, the room also has window to either side that gives the owners the option of falling to sleep listening to the mill stream behind the home. Positioned above the living room, this space also has workings from the mill wheel which provide unique features to the bedroom, and a window in the floor looking into the room below. A sealed door in the right hand wall can lead into the self-contained annex, ideal if it was needed as a nursery for example, with a door in the left hand wall opening into the dressing room.

Dressing room
A wonderful addition to the master bedroom is the dressing room which provides a range of fitted storage, dressing table and window to the rear. A door in the side wall leads into the ensuite shower room.

En-suite shower room
This well-appointed space offers a walk-in shower, lavatory, and hand basin with a rooflight above that brings in light.

First floor landing
The staircase in the middle of the main reception space brings you up to a first floor landing which serves the three other bedrooms in the main house. For either extended family or house guests, this creates a separate ‘wing’ for the property which gives both them and the owners privacy and their own space.

Bedroom two
This well-proportioned double bedroom is found at the top of the stairs and has windows to the front and rear and a Velux rooflight above.

Bedroom three
At the far end of the room is another double bedroom which has a window to the front and a glazed door which opens out to a balcony on the side of the property. This lovely room would be ideal for guests and is positioned next to the family shower room.

Family shower room
Positioned between bedrooms three and four is a well-fitted family shower room with shower, lavatory, and hand basin which serves the three bedrooms that open off this landing with natural light from a Velux rooflight.

Bedroom four
This good-sized single bedroom completes the accommodation in the main house and enjoys a Velux rooflight to the rear that looks out into the trees.

Reception Area – With its own front door the fore, this charming reception space is packed with character. There is an internal door to the main living room which is currently sealed but could be opened up if needed. This room provides a lovely seating and dining area with a kitchen built into the side. The kitchen is free standing and could easily be removed if not needed. A staircase leads up to the bedroom above, and a door to the shower room is cleverly tucked beneath the staircase.

Shower Room – Offering a shower, lavatory, and hand basin, this space is lit by recessed LED lighting and serves the annex and its occupants.

Bedroom – This magical bedroom offers the same charm as the master bedroom with exposed stone and original A frame beams combining with subtle lighting to create a lovely relaxing space. A window to the front and Velux rooflight to the rear brings in natural light.

Former cafe
This large, self-contained building offers a myriad of options to a buyer. Historically providing a perfectly positioned commercial caf/restaurant for passing trade, this space could also provide additional letting accommodation subject to any relevant planning. The building could be converted to form two, one bedroom, units or one larger three bedroom property. Be it for letting or for a multigenerational family, this building provides a flexible selling point to the estate.

Nant Y Coy Mill is accessed via handmade larch electric gates. You enter the enclosed courtyard with the mill and its outbuildings laid out in an L shape in front of you. This area provides secure parking for numerous vehicles along with a large sunny seating area in front of the buildings. To the rear of the main house you find a rear garden cut into the rockface which houses a pizza oven and outdoor dining area. From here, a path leads back into the ancient woodland. Just beyond the house is the charming, elevated, summer house, which provides another wonderful entertaining space with a hot tub, dining area, and power connection.

Paths lead back from the mill into the stunning woodland that extends along the valley. Following the river and leat that feeds the waterwheel, you proceed back into beautiful and unspoiled woods which form your own private oasis of calm.

To the south of the valley you find four paddocks which have been the base for the successful glamping business run by the owners. There is permission for ten pitches, with an option for five more, which enables a peaceful and private experience for both the owners and visitors alike.

These paddocks are accessed via a roadway which connects to Nant Y Coy Mill and one other property. This roadway also has entrances to two large work/storage areas. One contains a productive vegetable garden and good-sized timber frame garage/barn; the other houses a large workshop with storage area to the fore. Both buildings have been well-positioned into the hillside to blend in with their surroundings.

The owners have planted numerous trees around the estate including fifty gala apple trees in the meadows whose productive harvest would be a joy to sample in solid or liquid form!

On the opposite side of the road from Nant Y Coy the property also owns the meadow and around a quarter of a mile of the Western Cleddau, including fishing rights. This stretch of water also includes a large island, accessed via footbridge, which makes it the perfect spot for anglers or those who just want to enjoy this beautiful rural scene.

Accessed from its own entrance to the south of the mill is a derelict cottage which provides a wonderful opportunity for a buyer to renovate (subject to any relevant planning) for additional accommodation or sale/rental options.

The rest of the land comprises of open countryside, which includes an iron age hill fort and the impressive Great Treffgarne Rock it was built on. The land is teeming with history and wildlife and is an absolute joy to explore.

Council tax band – G

If you are approaching Haverfordwest from the East via the A40, take the second exit at the Scotchwell Roundabout, continuing on the A40. Cross the next roundabout until you reach the larger Withybush Roundabout and stay on the A40 heading towards Fishguard. Just after five miles before you reach the village of Wolfscastle you will find Nant Y Coy Mill on your left, with parking in front of the property and in the layby neighbouring it.

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Listed: July 9, 2024
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