JJ Morris

Tel: 01348 873 836

Email: fishguard@jjmorris.com

21 West Street
SA65 9AL

Glan yr Afon, Tower Hill, Brynhenllan, Dinas Cross

Price Guide £300,000 Under Offer

2 Bedroom Cottage - Detached

  • Detached Character Cottage.
  • Spacious 2/3 Reception, 2 Bedroom and 2 Wet/Bathroom accommodation.
  • Good sized gardens inc Lawned Areas, Flowering Shrubs, Cherry Tree etc etc.
  • Corrugated Iron and Timber Store Shed. Storage Caravan and a Timber Garden Shed.
  • Off Road Parking as well as space for a Garage (STP).

*An attractive Detached Character single storey Cottage residence.
*Deceptively spacious 2/3 Reception, 2 Bedroom and 2 Wet/Bathroom accommodation.
*Good sized Gardens including Lawned Areas, Flowering Shrubs, a Cherry Tree, Yucca, Apple Trees etc etc.
*Corrugated Iron and Timber Store Shed 12'0" x 12'0". Storage Caravan and a Timber Garden Shed 10'0" x 8'0.
*Off Road Vehicle Parking as well as space for a Garage (Subject to Planning).
*Ideally suited for Family, Retirement, Holiday Letting or for Investment purposes.
*Early inspection strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide.


Tower Hill is a quiet residential area which forms part of the hamlet of Brynhenllan which is situated within a half a mile or so of the centre of the village of Dinas Cross and the Main A487 Fishguard to Cardigan Road.

Dinas Cross is a popular village which stands on the North Pembrokeshire Coastline between the Market Town of Fishguard (4 ½ miles east) and the Coastal Town of Newport (2 ½ miles east).

Dinas Cross has the benefit of a good General Store, 2 Public Houses, a Fish and Chip Shop Takeaway, 2 Chapels, a Church, Petrol Filling Station/Post Office/Store, Art Gallery/Cafe, a Village/Community Hall and a Licensed Restaurant at Pwllgwaelod.

The Pembrokeshire Coastline at Pwllgwaelod is within half a mile or so of the Property and also close by are the other well known Sandy Beaches and Coves at Aberbach, Cwm yr Eglwys, Aberfforest, Aber Rhigian, Cwm, The Parrog, Newport Sands, Ceibwr and Poppit Sands.

Dinas Cross stands within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park which is a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and protected accordingly.

Within a short drive is the well known Market and Coastal Town of Newport which benefits of a good range of Shops, a Primary School, Church, Chapels, Public Houses, Hotels, Restaurants, Cafés, Take-Away’s, Art Galleries, a Memorial/Community Hall, Library, Dental Surgery and a Health Centre.

Fishguard being close by, has the benefit of a good Shopping Centre together with a wide range of amenities and facilities which briefly includes Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, a Building Society, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Cafes, Take-Away’s, Art Galleries, a Cinema/Theatre, Supermarkets and a Leisure Centre.

The well known Market Town of Cardigan is some 13 miles or so north east, whilst the County and Market Town of Haverfordwest is some 18 miles or so south.

Haverfordwest being within easy car driving distance has the benefit of an excellent Shopping Centre together with an extensive range of amenities and facilities including The County Council Offices and The County Hospital at Withybush.

There are good road links along the Main A40 from Fishguard to Haverfordwest and Carmarthen and the M4 to Cardiff and London as well as good rail links from both Fishguard and Haverfordwest to Carmarthen, Cardiff, London Paddington and the rest of the UK.

Brynhenllan is a popular area of the village of Dinas Cross which stands within half a mile or so of the well known beaches of Pwllgwaelod and Cwm-yr-Eglwys.

Glan-yr-Afon is situated within a half a mile or so of the Main A487 road and the centre of the village and the majority of it’s amenities.


From Fishguard take the Main A487 road east for some 4.5 miles and in the centre of the village of Dinas, proceed past the Petrol Filling Station/Store and a 100 yards or so further on take the turning on the left signposted to Brynhenllan and Pwllgwaelod. Continue on this road for some 600 yards or so and follow the road to the left. A 100 yards or so further on bear right in the direction of Pwllgwaelod and some 50 yards or so further on, turn right towards Tower Hill. Continue on this road for 50 yards or so and Glan yr Afon is the cottage directly facing. A 'For Sale' board is erected on site.

Alternatively from Cardigan, take the Main A487 road south west for some 13 miles and in the village of Dinas Cross take the second turning on the right, signposted to Pwllgwaelod and Brynhenllan. Follow directions as above.


Glan-yr-Afon comprises of a Detached single storey Cottage residence of solid stone and cavity concrete block/brick construction with rendered and whitened roughcast elevations and rendered and roughcast rear and side elevations under a pitched composition slate roof. Accommodation is as follows:-

Half Glazed (6 pane Double Glazed) door to:-

Sitting/Dining Room

Sitting/Dining Room 7.82m x 4.32m (25'8" x 14'2")With terazzo tile floor, 2 pine double glazed windows, exposed 'A' frames, electricity meter and consumer unit, telephone point, 3 double panelled radiators, 6 power points, door to Inner Hall and a 6 pane glazed door to:-

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 1 3.71m x 3.66m (12'2" x 12'0" )(plus door recess 3'0" x 2'0") With pine floorboards, exposed 'A' frames, double panelled radiator, pine double glazed window, whitened natural stone walls, Velux window, double glazed window at a high level, ceiling light, power points and door to:-

Ensuite Wet Room

Ensuite Wet Room 2.62m x 1.32m (8'7" x 4'4" )With radiator, Velux window, half tiled walls, Manrose extractor fan, white suite of Wash Hand Basin and WC, Triton T100E electric shower, shower curtain and rail, wall mirror, wall light and a heated towel rail.

Inner Hall

2.24m x 1.85m maximum measurement (7'4" x 6'1" maxWith ceiling light, 1 power point, access to Insulated Loft, telephone point an Airing Cupboard with radiator and shelves and doors to Bathroom, Bedroom 2 and:-

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.14m x 3.02m (13'7" x 9'11")With quarry tile floor, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with hot and cold, 2 windows (1 hardwood double glazed and a single glazed glazed window to Conservatory), double panelled radiator, Worcester wall mounted Gas Boiler (heating domestic hot water and firing central heating), ceiling light, strip light, power points and a half glazed (6 pane) door to:-

Conservatory (uPVC Double Glazed)

4.98m x 3.28m (16'4" x 10'9" )(plus recess 6'8" x 2'7"). With Belfast sink with hot and cold, ceramic tile floor and uPVC double glazed french doors to Garden.

Bedroom 2

Bedroom 2 3.96m x 3.05m maximum (13'0" x 10'0" maximum)With vinyl floor covering, 2 hardwood double glazed windows, double panelled radiator, ceiling light and 4 power points.


Bathroom 2.39m x 1.73m (7'10" x 5'8")With ceramic tile floor, uPVC double glazed window with roller blind, suite of Bath, Wash Hand Basin and WC, Dimplex electric towel rail, ceiling light and radiator.

Directly to the fore of the Property is a Lawned area with Hydrangeas, Flowering Shrubs, a Cherry Tree and an:-

Old Corrugated Iron and Timber Store Shed

3.66m x 3.66m approx (12'0" x 12'0" approx)The front Garden is bounded by a rendered concrete block wall on two sides.

There is a concrete and chipping path surround to the Property and to the side is a gated entrance leading to a hardstanding area which allows for Off Road Parking for One Vehicle. Beyond the Parking area and on the northern side is a old Static (storage) Caravan. To the rear and side of the Property (i.e. eastern and southern side) are good sized, gently sloping Garden with Lawns, Flowering Shrubs, Apple Trees, a Cherry Tree, Yucca, Holly Bush, Wild Flowers etc etc. There is also a Timber Garden Shed 10’0” x 8’0”.

Outside Electric Light, 2 Outside Power Points and an Outside Water Tap.

The boundaries of the Property are coloured red on the attached Plan to the Scale of 1/2500.


Mains Water, Electricity, Gas and Drainage are connected. Gas Central Heating. Softwood and Hardwood Double Glazed windows. Velux Double Glazed Skylight windows. uPVC Double Glazed Conservatory. Roof and Loft Insulation. Telephone, subject to British Telecom Regulations.


Freehold with Vacant Possession upon Completion.


Glan yr Afon is a deceptively spacious Detached Character Cottage residence which stands in an area of Brynhenllan known as Tower Hill. The Property has many attractive character features benefitting from Gas fired Central Heating, Double Glazing and Loft Insulation. In addition, it has Off Road Vehicle Parking together with a good sized established Garden with Lawns, Flowering Shrubs, a Cherry Tree, Yucca, Holly Bush, Apple Trees etc etc. The Property is in need or some modernisation and cosmetic improvement and is situated within half a mile or so of the well known beaches of Pwllgwaelod and Cwm yr Eglwys. It is ideally suited for a Family, Retirement, Investment of Holiday Letting purposes and is offered 'For Sale' with a realistic Price Guide. Early inspection strongly advised.

Energy Efficiency and Environmental Impact

Energy efficiency chart

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