- Spacious mixed use (residential & commercial) property
- Located centrally within Kilgetty, close to all services, amenities, and transport links
- Improvable accommodation that could be adapted to a range of uses, potential for rear extension also (all subject to obtaining necessary consents)
- A rare opportunity for investors, as well as residential and/or commercial owner-occupiers
About this home
Llyniams offers spacious and flexible accommodation which could be adapted for a range of residential and/or commercial uses subject to obtaining the necessary consents. Being situated centrally within Kilgetty on one of its main footfall areas, and having a wide range of services, amenities, and good transport links available in close proximity, it is envisaged that the property would be of interest to investors as well as to intending residential and/or commercial owner-occupiers. Given its potential, Llyniams represents a rare opportunity within the South Pembrokeshire property market that is not to be missed.
Spacious mixed use (residential & commercial) property
Located centrally within Kilgetty, close to all services, amenities, and transport links
Improvable accommodation that could be adapted to a range of uses, potential for rear extension also (all subject to obtaining necessary consents)
A rare opportunity for investors, as well as residential and/or commercial owner-occupiers
The property briefly comprises:
Barber Shop, Lounge/Kitchen/Diner, Wet Room, Utility Room, 3 x Bedrooms, Second Lounge, Bathroom, Large external rear Garden/Patio Area including Summerhouse, designated parking to the rear.
From the East, proceed along the A477 (Carmarthen to Pembroke Dock) main road until you reach the interchange for Stepaside and Kilgetty. Turn right off the main road where signposted for Kilgetty onto Carmarthen Road, proceed into the village of Kilgetty for approx. ½ mile until you pass underneath a stone railway bridge. The property is located almost immediately on your right-hand side after passing underneath the railway bridge.
From the West, North, or South, proceed either along the A477 (Pembroke Dock to Carmarthen) main road or the A478 (Narberth or Tenby) main road until you reach the roundabout(s) at Begelly. Follow signs for Kilgetty at the roundabout(s) until you have turned onto Carmarthen Road proceeding in a Westerly direction into the village of Kilgetty. Proceed for approx. ¼ mile until you reach a stone railway bridge. The property will be located almost immediately on your left-hand side before you pass underneath the railway bridge.
Designated parking is available to the rear of the property, this can be made available to a viewing party by prior arrangement with the Selling Agent. Alternatively, public parking is available within Kilgetty.
LOCATION, SERVICES, & AMENITIES
The property is located centrally within the village of Kilgetty which is regarded as a local service centre. Kilgetty offers a range of services and amenities including (but not limited to): a Co-op supermarket, Shops, Pubs and Restaurants, Primary School, Sports Club and Playing Fields, Doctor’s Surgery, Veterinary Practice, and a Fuel Station. The village also benefits from excellent road links, it is situated on a main bus route, and it has a train station.
The popular coastal resorts of Saundersfoot, Tenby, Amroth and Wisemans Bridge, and the beautiful coastline of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park are all within a 6-mile driving commute of the property. Wisemans Bridge, Saundersfoot, and Amroth are also within easy walking distance.
The larger settlements of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen, and indeed the port towns of Pembroke Dock and Fishguard, are all located within a 30 – 60 minute driving commute of the property.
A mid-terrace house, comprising two storeys, that is constructed of rendered walls which lie underneath an arrangement of dual-pitched slate clad rooves.
The property has mains electricity, water, and gas supplies, it is also connected to mains drainage. The property has plug-in electric heating, some gas-powered fireplaces, and a gas-powered water heating system. The property benefits from uPVC double glazing.
Solar panels are attached to part of the rooves on the property, these are owned by the Vendor. Electricity generated from the panels is sold to the grid and generates an income in excess of approx. £630 per year via a Feed-in Tariff (FIT). Further details about the FIT can be made available upon request.
LOCAL AUTHORITY & PROPERTY RATES
The property is situated within the Local Authority of:
Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP (Tel: 01437 764 551).
The property is currently designated as a Band D property for Council Tax.
The Barber Shop area within the property is currently designated for Non-Domestic (Business) Rates.
The current Rateable Value (RV) of the unit is £1,125.00
USE & DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL
The property is predominantly used as a residential dwelling at present, although the front room on the Ground Floor is currently used as a Barber Shop.
Historically, most of the Ground Floor accommodation was subject to commercial use as a Newsagents and also a Bank.
There is a also lapsed Planning consent on the rear external grounds for constructing a two-storey extension.
The Agent considers that the property has potential to be returned to greater commercial use, and/or to have an extension constructed, subject to the necessary consents being obtained. Suitable enquires should be made with the Local Authority if such matters are of interest to potential purchasers.
The property would be ideal for someone looking to run their own business and live on-premises, with the potential to incorporate further commercial and/ residential uses also (all subject to obtaining the necessary consents).
FIXTURES & FITTINGS
Any intending purchasers should be aware that only those fixtures and fittings described within these particulars will be included within the sale.