4 bedroom , Caerfarchell, Solva
Offers In The Region Of £399,000


Key Features

  • Grade II Listed
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Many Period Features
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Sheltered Garden
  • Hamlet in National Park
  • Close to Coast
  • Oil Central Heating
An attractive Grade II listed stone built house in the delightful hamlet of Caerfarchell, close to both Solva and St Davids, which retains a wealth of original period features and has been sympathetically upgraded and refurbished over recent years to a stylish and well-presented interior. The accommodation includes: Sitting Room, Dining Room, Two Kitchen areas, Cloakroom/WC, Four Bedrooms and Family Bathroom. This is an excellent family home with its enclosed, sunny walled garden, but would also be an ideal holiday let.


The charming hamlet of Caerfarchell, which has been designated as a conservation area, is situated approximately 2 1/2 miles from both St Davids and the picturesque harbour village of Solva, and is close to the old St Davids Airfield, which provides pleasant walks for dog & nature lovers!

Renowned for its Cathedral and ruined Bishops Palace, St Davids is situated some fifteen miles North West of the County town of Haverfordwest, and has the benefit of numerous amenities and facilities including Doctors' and Dentists' Surgeries, Secondary & Primary Schools, Chapels, Banks, Pharmacy, Public Houses, Restaurants, Hotels, Art Galleries, Gift Shops and a Supermarket etc. The beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastline is close by and within easy reach are the beaches and coves of Caerfai, Porthclais, Whitesands, Solva and Abereiddy.

The sought after village of Solva offers wonderful opportunities for boating or 'bucket and spade' enthusiasts and walkers, as well as restaurants, cafes, public houses, shops, galleries, places of worship, post office, doctors' surgery, and primary school.

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This attractive stone Manse was built for the minister of the adjacent chapel. It is Georgian in style, but built in the 1870's of Middle Mill granite according to the local Pevsner Guide. It retains a wealth of original period features including original stripped pine flooring and decorative cornicing, and has been sympathetically upgraded and refurbished over recent years to create its current stylish and well-presented interior.

This excellent family-sized home, with enclosed sunny walled garden, would also make an ideal holiday let (as it was for a number of years in the previous ownership). The current owners have installed 'wireless' broadband (via TFL radio beam from Brawdy) which provides good broadband speed.


A wooden canopy with side columns shelters the entrance door, part-glazed with stained glass effect panels and stained glass light over. The hallway features original exposed floorboards, radiator, dado rail, coving to ceiling with ceiling rose, door to the understairs larder/wine store with original slate shelf, quarry tiled floor and small window to rear. The turning staircase has been stripped back to the original pitch pine and features a tall arched window to the rear, with stained and etched glass panels. Doors lead off the Hallway to:

Sitting Room

6.22m x 3.61m (20'5" x 11'10")

Formerly two rooms, both doors have been retained so it could easily be divided again if required.

Cast-iron wood burning stove set on slate hearth, sash windows to front and rear (with oak window sill to rear), two radiators, original quarry tiled flooring to one end with built in wall storage cupboard, and former fireplace with fitted shelves.

Sitting Room (View 2)

Dining Room

3.61m x 3.71m (11'10" x 12'2")

Sash window to front, cast iron fireplace with pine mantle over, fitted book shelving to one wall, leading to:

Dining Room (View 2)

Kitchen Area

2.62m x 3.53m max (8'7" x 11'7" max)

Fitted with a range of John Lewis of Hungerford units, some of which have been set into the original stone inglenook, with integrated Neff fridge, freezer and dishwasher, stainless steel sink with monobloc mixer tap and tiled splashback, sash window to rear with deep window sill, radiator, original quarry tiled flooring, recessed spotlights, opening through to:


3.99m x 2.14m (13'1" x 7'0")

Fitted with matching units, with integrated Neff fridge, washing machine and tumble drier, built-in Neff eye level double oven and ceramic induction hob, 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink with monobloc mixer tap and tiled splash-backs, small window to one side, and window overlooking the garden on the other, exposed floorboards, vaulted timber panelled ceiling with spotlights, oil-fired Worcester boiler serving heating system and domestic hot water, glazed panelled door to side

Rear Porch

Part glazed door to garden, quarry tiled floor, pine door to larder and to:


Formerly the pigsty.
Low-level close coupled WC, corner wash hand basin with monobloc mixer tap, small coloured glass windows to rear and side, quarry tiled flooring.


Fitted with shelving, formerly there was a shower fitted into this space which the current owners have removed.



Exposed original floorboards, original cornice style ceiling with decorative plasterwork. Radiator, doors lead off to:

Bedroom 1

2.49m x 3.66m (8'2" x 12'0")

Sash window to rear with deep oak window sill and cupboard under, radiator, exposed original floorboards, coving to ceiling.

Bedroom 2

3.61m x 3.30m (11'10" x 10'10")

Sash window to front with views to the village green and the countryside beyond, original cast iron fireplace with slate hearth and pine mantle over, radiator, exposed original floorboards , coving to ceiling

Bedroom 3 / Dressing Room

2.49m x 1.94m (8'2" x 6'4")

Sash window to front, radiator, exposed floorboards, fitted wardrobe and matching shelving and shoe rack (which has been designed to be easily removed, and would restore the room to a single or bunk bedroom).

Bedroom 4

3.61m x 3.31m (11'10" x 10'10")

Sash window to front, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash-back and spot light over, original cast iron fireplace with slate hearth and pine mantle over, radiator, exposed original floorboards, coving to ceiling.


3.35m x 2.44m max (11'0" x 8'00" max)

Panelled bath with twin handgrips, glass screen and thermostatic shower over, vanity wash hand basin with monobloc mixer tap and cupboard under, wall mounted illuminated mirror over, part tiled walls, sash window to rear with deep window sill and cupboard below, ceramic tiled flooring with under floor heating, ceiling spotlights, access to part boarded loft space with pull down ladder, door to walk-in airing cupboard, housing hot water cylinder with immersion heater and slatted shelving.


To the front of the house is a slate flagged courtyard with stone court wall, and wooden pedestrian gate. The beds are planted with herbaceous plants and shrubs such as roses, fuchsia and honeysuckle.

There is off-road parking for two cars beside the house, and the garden is accessed by a bespoke iron pedestrian gate. The south facing garden is enclosed by stone walls, which give good shelter. A slate flagged patio lies adjacent to the kitchen and an original old stone well stands alongside the parking area. The garden is laid mainly to lawn, with abundantly stocked borders planted with herbaceous plants and flowering shrubs. Outside tap, garden shed set in trellised area with double wooden log store.

The Patio


VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.
TENURE: We are advised freehold
SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.
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