Pencaer, Goodwick

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  • Stunning Pembrokeshire location
  • Set close to Strumble Head
  • Viewing essential to appreciate the location
  • 26 acre property in unique position
  • Property features a 3 bed house
  • Potential to develop outbuildings
  • Fantastic views
  • Energy Rating: D
Penparc is an approx. 26 acre property set in a truly stunning location on the Pembrokeshire coast with direct access to the coast path. The property features a 3 bed house with potential to extend, outbuildings with the potential for conversion if desired and an iron age hill fort (can't say that for many properties!). The land is a completely unspoilt ancient landscape and offers fantastic views over the Pembrokeshire coastline and down across the lighthouse at Strumble Head.


Hard to describe but try to get some sense of the property by having a look at the drone footage at Penparc lies just 4 miles from the town of Fishguard with its ferry to Ireland and just a few miles from the bigger town of Haverfordwest and the A40 trunk road. The current owner runs a small summertime campsite at the property, run under the auspices of Greener Camping Club. We understand that there is consent, via the organisation. Any new owner could apply for the same license if they wished to run a similar site.


Entrance via external door into lounge


24' 7" x 13' 11" (7.49m x 4.24m)

Log burner in stone fireplace set on a slate hearths; Further stone fireplace; Radiators; Stairs rise to first floor; Windows to front; Wood flooring; Painted stone walls.

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Kitchen/Breakfast Room

22' 6" x 8' 10" (6.85m x 2.69m)

Range of fitted wall and base units; Integrated electric oven and 5 ring gas hob with extractor over; Integrated fridge, freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer; Stainless steel sink; Radiator; Exterior door and large window to rear.

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Three piece bathroom suite featuring Jacuzzi bath; Separate steam room shower cubicle; Slate flooring with under floor heating; Tiled walls; Heated Towel rail. Window to rear.

First Floor

First Floor Landing

Loft access

Bedroom 1

13' 11" x 12' 8" (4.24m x 3.86m)

Window to front; Radiator

Bedroom 2

12' 10" x 6' 9" (3.91m x 2.06m)

Window to front; Radiator

Bedroom 3 (Box Room)

7' 1" x 6' 11" (2.16m x 2.11m)

Window to rear; Radiator


The property sits at the end of a track which leads from a minor road. The house has no near neighbours. The track leads to gated access to the front garden. Here there is plenty of parking and turning space. The track also gives access to a double garage. The front garden is laid mainly to lawn.


Beside the track and to the front of the house stands a static caravan To one side of the garden stands a good sized double garage Beyond the double garage stands a further long, single storey outbuilding which, with the necessary consent, could provide letting accommodation although it could be used for stabling if desired. Attached to the house there is a further lean-to outbuilding. It would be relatively easy to extend the house into this if required to provide further accommodation, or there is potential for a small annexe.

The Land

The land lies mainly to the rear of the house and is largely unspoilt grassland. It incorporates a hill fort and also a large rocky outcrop.

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There are amazing views up and down the coast from the land and from the rocks, fantastic views across Strumble Head and its lighthouse.

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It is the land that helps make this such a unique property. It is well worth paying a visit to the website with its drone footage to get a feel for the location.

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In all, the property extends to approx. 26 acres and has no near neighbours. It offers huge potential for anyone wanting a unique coastal property.

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The coastal path does run across some of the land which therefore gives the property direct access for some fantastic walking.

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The current owner runs a small summertime campsite at the property, run under the auspices of Greener Camping Club. We understand that there is consent, via the organisation. Any new owner could apply for the same license if they wished to run a similar site.

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From Haverfordwest take the A40 to Fishguard. On the outskirts of Fishguard you will come to a roundabout marked as Rafael - take the A40 signposted Goodwick and Ferry. At the next roundabout (Windyhall) take the 1st exit onto the A40 for Goodwick and Ferry. At next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Station Hill signposted Goodwick Village Centre. Turn left onto Quay Road and continue forward onto Goodwick Hill. Continue forward onto Heol Penlan, carry on up the hill and out of Goodwick. Stay on this road for about four miles, passing two signs to Strumble head on the right. After the 2nd road sign to Strumble Head, you will come to a white chapel on your right. Just after this, take the track on the right for Penparc and Hillfort Camping. Follow the track, keeping straight on, to the end.

General Information

Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales Services: Mains water, mains electricity, drainage TBC Council Tax: Band C, Pembrokeshire County Council = £1093.55 2017/18



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