Maenclochog, Clynderwen

£260,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Arwel is a substantial detached residence situated in the pleasant village of Maenclochog providing some amenities and short drive to the County town of Haverfordwest, Fishguard and the popular town of Narberth. Although is need of updating the property offers spacious living accommodation to include three reception rooms, four bedrooms, two of which have En-suite bathrooms. Arwel is full of charm and character, we have been advised that the property dates back to around 1855. Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this delight home that benefits from no forward chain, good size garden and rural views. Please be advised that the main photograph of the property was taken in the Summer.

The origin of the name Maenclochog is unclear. It appears to be made up of two Welsh words, maen ( stone ) and clochog ( bells ). A local tale reports that there were stones near Fynnon Fair, ( Mary's Well ), to the south of the village, which rang like bells when struck, but these were blown to bits by treasure-hunters, under the mistaken belief that they concealed a golden treasure. This may represent nothing more than folk etymology. An alternative proposal is that the second part of the name comes from the Irish word, clochog, meaning a craggy place. This theory is supported by the fact that there was Irish migration to Pembrokeshire in the early Middle Ages, as attested to by the Ogham stones found in the locality and elsewhere, and certainly the name suits the topography of the area.

The village has a thriving community and has a local committee that talks about what is important to the village. There is a general store and two petrol stations with an MOT service. Located in the center of the village is St.Marys church, the park and the green on a small road island. In the village there are many businesses that include two electrical wholesalers and an art gallery. There is a school and a carpenters situated about 50 meters North-West from the church. Opposite the green is the local pub.

Entrance Hallway

Lounge

7.161 max x 3.862 max (23'5 max x 12'8 max)

Sitting Room

6.750 approx x 3.773 (22'1 approx x 12'4 )

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

4.090 max x 2.645 max (13'5 max x 8'8 max)

Dining Room

4.188 x 3.744 (13'8 x 12'3 )

FIRST FLOOR

Bedroom

4.197 x 3.705 (13'9 x 12'1 )

En-suite Bathroom

3.693 max x 2.323 max (12'1 max x 7'7 max)

Bedroom

4.258 x 3.697 (13'11 x 12'1 )

En-suite Bathroom

2.782 max x 2.339 max (9'1 max x 7'8 max)

Bedroom

3.526 x 3.121 (11'6 x 10'2 )

Bedroom

2.802 x 2.206 (9'2 x 7'2 )

Bathroom

3.897 max x 2.791 max (12'9 max x 9'1 max)

View: By appointment with the Agents

Services: We have not checked or tested any of the Services or Appliances

Tenure: FREEHOLD

Tax: Band to be confirmed.

Please be advised that there is plumbing in place for the main bathroom and a bathroom suite but this has not been fitted.

We have been advised Private Drainage.

MPO/MPO/OK/01/18

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West Wales Properties - Narberth

11, High Street, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 7AR

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