19 Maes y Dderwen
Llanddewi Velfrey
01834 860 900

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Offers In The Region Of £49,500

No floorplans available.

No EPC data available.

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West Wales Properties.co.uk is the leading independent estate agent in the area, with 11 high profile computer linked offices.

West Wales Properties was founded in 1992 with its first office opening in Haverfordwest, quickly followed by the opening of the Narberth and Milford Haven offices. Further expansion into the south of Pembrokeshire with the opening of Pembroke and Tenby offices, and additional offices at Fishguard, Cardigan, Carmarthen, Newcastle Emlyn and Llanelli.

In 2000 West Wales Properties joined up with an associated office in Mayfair, London which concentrates on achieving maximum exposure through the national media.

Key Features

  • Freehold Building Plot
  • One Dwelling
  • Pleasant Location
  • Close To Amenities
  • Full Planning Permission
  • Planning Ref: 15/0671PA

An excellent opportunity to purchase a FREEHOLD BUILDING PLOT WITH FULL PLANNING situated in the pleasant village of Maenclochog providing amenities to include shop, garage, school and public house etc. Maenclochog is also within a short drive to the County town of Haverfordwest, Cardigan, Narberth and local beaches.Detailed Planning consent approved under application No: 15/0671/PA for the erection of a single dwelling. A section 106 agreement is in place with Pembrokeshire County Council (Please ask for details). Viewing is strictly by appointment through the agents.


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.

Planning Consent

Full Planning consent was approved on 22nd September 2015 under planning application number 15/0671/PA (Details available from our offices) and is subject to a 106 agreement with the local authority ( Please ask for details with regards to the 106 Agreement). The commuted sum payable to Local Authority under 106 Agreement amounts total £2543.75

We are informed that there are nearby services for water, electric and drainage.

Site Plan

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Front Elevation

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Side Elevation

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Rear Elevation

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Ground Floor Plan

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First Floor Plan

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View: By appointment with the Agents Services: We have not checked or tested any of the Services or Appliances Tenure:
We are advised FREEHOLD
Tax: Band not yet known


These particulars have been prepared in all good faith to give a fair overall view of the property. If there is any point which is of specific importance to you, please check with us first, particularly if travelling some distance to view the property. We would like to point out that the following items are excluded from the sale of the property: Fitted carpets, curtains and blinds, curtain rods and poles, light fittings, sheds, greenhouses - unless specifically specified in the sales particulars. Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or otherwise. Services, appliances and equipment referred to in the sales details have not been tested, and no warranty can therefore be given. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on such matters prior to purchase. Any areas, measurements or distances are given as a guide only and are not precise. Room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings. We would like to point out that all photographs are taken with a digital camera.





Contact West Wales Properties office for further details.



AGENTS NOTE: Plans and information have been supplied by the developer, who reserves the right to alter the specification. The information and images provided in this specification are for guidance only and do not form any part of the Contract of Sale. Any dimensions have been taken from plans, and should not be relied upon.


All enquiries and negotiations to West Wales Properties: We have an obligation to our vendor clients to ensure that offers made for the property can be substantiated. One of our panel of financial consultants, will speak to you to 'qualify' your offer.

Directions: Leaving the town of Narberth get onto the A478 heading for Clynderwen. Just after entering Clynderwen turn left, signposted for Maenclochog. Continue along following signs for Maenclochog. At the T junction turn right and first right immediately after passing the petrol garage in Maenclochog. Continue a short distance along this road where the plot can be found on the left hand side.

19 Maes y Dderwen
Llanddewi Velfrey
01834 860 900

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