- Grade II* Georgian Property
- Six Double Bedrooms
- Over an Acre Grounds
- Extensive Parking
- Pony Paddock and Stables
- Lifestyle Change
- Tranquil Countryside Location
- Annex Potential
- Orchard and Vegetable Patch
Set within over an acre, Picton Home Farm benefits from a pony paddock and purpose built stables, orchard with a variety of fruit trees, vegetable patch, greenhouse, wildlife pond, workshop, extensive parking and beautifully maintained gardens. With plenty of room for keeping animals, and lots of space for growing your own fruits and vegetables, this remarkable property offers endless opportunities.
The property has been sympathetically renovated by the current owners, keeping many of the original features, offering a wealth of character and charm.
The Rhos is a lovely rural village, some 5 miles from Haverfordwest Town Centre. With Picton Castle and its tea rooms being a popular attraction, Slebech Park Hotel just down the road, and the estuary a mile or so away.
3.8 x 6.3 (12'5" x 20'8")
4.3 x 3.6 (14'1" x 11'9")
5.4 x 4.8 max (17'8" x 15'8" max)
Second Kitchen/Utility Area
5.4 x 3.1 (17'8" x 10'2")
4.5 x 5.3 max (14'9" x 17'4" max)
En Suite Shower Room
2.2 x 1.7 (7'2" x 5'6")
5 x 2.5 (16'4" x 8'2")
5 x 2.7 (16'4" x 8'10")
1.9 x 1.7 (6'2" x 5'6")
2.8 x 3.4 (9'2" x 11'1")
5.4 x 4.8 (17'8" x 15'8")
En Suite WC
1.3 x 2 (4'3" x 6'6")
4.3 x 3.7 (14'1" x 12'1")
3.7 x 4.3 (12'1" x 14'1")
5.1 x 3.7 (16'8" x 12'1")
2.5 x 3.6 (8'2" x 11'9")
Seldom does such a unique and characterful property come to the open market. Built in the late 1700/early 1800's, this attractive Grade II* Listed, Georgian property is steeped in history, and has been lovingly restored by the current owners to keep its original character and charm.
Picton Home Farm benefits from being South Facing, and offers endless opportunities, but would be an ideal purchase for someone wanting to live a quieter, more sustainable life, with plenty of room to keep animals, and ample space for growing fruits and vegetables, as the current owners do, as well as offering the potential to have extended family living with you.
Viewing is essential to take in the full beauty and charm of this property, as well as its convenient, yet tranquil countryside location.
COME ON IN...
Approached through stone pillars, a paved pathway leads through the enclosed, south facing front garden. Stepping into the quarry-tiled hallway, to the left of the hallway lies the lounge, with feature fireplace. To the right lies the study, leading through to the kitchen/dining area. The country style kitchen benefits from a selection of wall and base units, and complimentary work surfaces, breakfast bar, Celt oil-fired range and walk-in pantry. Beyond the main kitchen and through the rear hallway leading to the porch is a large and well lit utility room, fomerly the farmhouse creamery, with plumbing for appliances. This room, with tiled floor is used by the current owners to process honey from their beehives and the extensive produce from the vegetable garden, greenhouse and polytunnel. Through this room in turn is a double bedroom with en suite shower room.
The property is split into two sections, with two separate landings. Stairs lead up from the main hallway to two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. A double bedroom with ensuite WC lies in the middle of the property, with access from both landings. Another staircase, accessed from the rear hallway, leads you up to a further two double bedrooms and shower room.
There is obvious potential to create a self-contained annex, using the second kitchen and downstairs en suite bedroom (and even two rooms and the landing upstairs). The opportunities at this property are endless!
The accommodation further benefits from oil central heating, and partially double glazed sash windows.
The property is approached via a shared private lane, leading to ample parking. Entering the property through stone pillars to the front garden, mainly laid to lawn, with a selection of mature shrubs and plants, and paved pathway leading you through to the front door.
To the front of the property is a pony paddock and purpose built stables. Through the paddock lies the orchard, with a range of apple, pear and cherry trees. Beyond the orchard, is a wildlife pond, home to a variety of plants and wildlife.
Continuing around the boundary, you pass the vegetable patch, greenhouse, poly tunnel and workshop. This beautiful property would make a wonderful lifestyle change.
To the rear of the property there is a strip of approximately 9 metres within the ownership of Picton Home Farm (The grassed courtyard area beyond that is jointly owned by the adjacent barns community).
The Rhos is a quiet, rural village, ideally located just five miles from the County Town of Haverfordwest, and some two miles from the A40. Picton Home Farm is within easy driving distance of local amenities, whilst benefitting from all of the peace and quiet the countryside has to offer. Primary school age children from The Rhos attend the village school in the adjacent village of Wiston and transport is provided. Picton Ferry can be found approximately one mile away, with lovely estuary walks, and great opportunities for boating, canoeing and other water sports.
The popular Picton Castle and its beautifully kept gardens are a short walk away, as well with Slebech Park Hotel.
AGENTS VIEWING NOTE
We would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externally
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.
TAX: Band H
AGENTS VIEWING NOTE: We would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externally.