Nevern, Newport, Pembrokeshire, SA42
4 bedrooms
Offers over £950,000

Fine & Country: 01834 862138

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Originally a small cottage on a large dairy farm 100+ years ago, Lleine was in a need of some TLC when the current vendors purchased it 15 years ago. Now fully renovated, extended and modernised it is a delightful home filled with natural light, and featuring truly stunning panoramic coastal views. OVERVIEW The accommodation includes 4 bedrooms, 2 shower rooms plus a new bathroom in the extension, a well equipped kitchen/breakfast room with access to the terrace, a dining/family room with log burner, and in the new extension a large lounge with log burner, vaulted ceilings and a span of glass that maximises the expansive coastal views. Plans and approvals are in place for an additional extension creating another reception room (approx. 20m2) which would feature bi-fold doors and apex windows to the entire gable end providing unparalleled sea and coastal views. An external office is ideal to run a business from home, and the land is available for grazing or silage providing income from the land. LOCATION The location is exceptional! Right on the coast, off a quiet country lane between the popular seaside town of Newport and the quaint coastal village of Moylegrove, and within the stunningly beautiful, unspoilt Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Here in this pristine location, commanding an elevated and dominant position looking directly over the Irish Sea with uninterrupted views, there is no light or noise pollution, you can enjoy pure fresh coastal air and drink filtered water originating from the Teifi River! Lleine is just 4 miles from the friendly community of Newport well known for its beautiful beach, pretty harbour and wonderful coastal walks along the coast path, as well as a range of shops, cafes and very good inns. An active Yacht Club and a popular Golf Club ensure there's plenty to do aside from exploring the many beautiful beaches, coves, harbours and pretty coastal villages. Nearby are the stunning Preseli Mountains and mystical Gwaun Valley providing wonderful walks and historic places of interest to visit. The larger community and market town of Cardigan is ten miles further up the coast with a wider array of amenities and superstores, including a cinema and theatre complex. THE LAND The block of land is mostly arable agricultural land all down to pasture and in good heart. Approximately 62 acres in total comprising 30 acres of predominately level or gently sloping land divided into useful sized fields with all the land having stock proof fencing, a water supply to two troughs, and some having road frontage; plus about 10 acres of sloping rough grazing land and 22 acres of coastal slope and cliff land extending down to the sea and the mean high water mark. LLEINE Approached via a quiet country lane the pillared and gated entrance gives access to a pretty, pristine Welsh cottage that has been extended to resemble a Welsh style longhouse. The extension has been built to exacting standards using top quality materials, fixtures and fittings, with the renovation enhancements including hardwood windows, ceiling coving and spotlights, tiled floors and luxury bath/shower rooms and a bespoke well equipped kitchen. The result is a cottage style, extended home of good size that has been very well renovated, benefits from the comforts of modern conveniences with a minimalist contemporary décor, and features truly magnificent sea and coastal views. There is ample secure parking in the gated courtyard with easy access to the house, the external office and the extensive farm buildings. The views are breath taking from the moment of arrival at the property. A quartz coat resin path winds between the house and the courtyard garden leading to an entrance porch with timber half glazed door and window to each side. ACCOMMODATION SUMMARY Ground Floor The open plan family/dining room is very welcoming and features a practical tiled floor that extends through to the kitchen/breakfast room, a fireplace with glass screen and granite hearth, and two front facing sash windows. The walk through to a sunny, airy kitchen with French doors to the terrace provides immediate panoramic coastal views that are further enjoyed from the large picture window. The area features a lofted ceiling with 2 large Velux roof windows, track spot lights and under counter lights, a range of Sheridan gloss-finish cupboards, drawers and easy access corner cupboards all complimented by black granite counters. Quality integrated appliances include a Bosch fridge and freezer, AEG halogen hob with externally vented stainless steel hood, AEG double ovens and microwave and an AEG dishwasher, as well as a waste disposal system. Access via the French doors onto the large, sunny terrace makes al fresco dining an easy option - warm evenings looking out to sea and enjoying the infamous Pembrokeshire sunsets right across to the Wicklow Mountains, Lleyn Peninsular and Snowdonia are a delight to behold! Two ground floor, double bedrooms and a ground floor shower room with modern bathroom furniture and fixtures are ideal for those with mobility problems. Off the rear hall, carpeted stairs rise to the loft bedroom which has good headroom and is spacious enough for two single beds. There's plenty of natural light via three Velux roof windows and the bedroom benefits from a modern en-suite shower room. Living Room positioned in the newly extended area of the home along with a fourth bedroom and luxury bath and shower room, the living room is immediately impressive. Very spacious with high vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and track lights and a beautiful engineered oak floor underfoot. The expanse of windows includes 2 sets of extra-large sliding patio doors to the front and a floor to ceiling picture window to the side featuring uninterrupted coastal views looking out Bardsey Island and with views as far as Holyhead, Snowdon and the loom of lights in Dublin on dark nights. Come rain or shine the scenic splendour is mesmerizing and ever changing with the seasons and the coastal weather conditions. On cool Pembrokeshire evenings enjoy the warmth and ambiance of an unusual cylindrical wood burner - reclaimed and restored, set on a porcelain tiled hearth. A small hallway leads to a part glazed external, front-facing door - ideal if you have family or guests staying in the annexe bedroom; there are also doors to the annexe double bedroom and the luxury bath and shower room. Bath/Shower Room A luxurious bath/shower room with a luxurious deep Jacuzzi bath tub, large quadrant shower with spray jets and monsoon head, wall mounted hand basin with LED mirror above and wall hung toilet with concealed cistern. A well placed slit window provides lovely coastal views. Office A conveniently located office just alongside the house is ideal for someone working from home. Stone structure with corrugated roof and sheltered external area, Independent electrics, strip lighting, electric heating, tiled floor and frosted window. 4G & Broadband Outbuildings Large Cowshed, Milking Parlour and spacious well-constructed Open Barn. LAND 62 Acres comprising 30 acres of clean pasture, 10 headland and 22 acres of coastal slopes. Fully Stock Fenced; Mains water to two grazing areas. Silage - Generally two annual cuts producing 120+ bales each time Grazing Rental Opportunity with Income in excess of £4K per annum EXTRA FEATURES Zonal heating to the original cottage area and the new extension. Loft Space - easy access loft storage areas that are boarded and lit from both the main house and the annexe. CCTV - 8 cameras - plus a hard wired security system. SERVICES Mains water Oil central heating and hot water plus an immersion heater Private Septic Tank 4G Installed / fibre broadband available. Local Authority Council Tax Band D 2020 - 2021 £1,270