Here is Point Farm Cosheston Pembrokeshire.
Waterfront on the banks of the Cleddau, the tidal
Milford Haven waterway.
On the edge of the National Park with 20 miles
of river sailing and 10 miles from the open Irish
An unspoilt unmodernised 18th century farmhouse
A part converted former barn, milking parlour,
and calf sheds making a 2nd dwelling with its
There are 9 acres, the whole site being about
10 acres, of river frontage pasture ensuring privacy
and 3/4 acre paddock/growing ground, south facing
with good soil untouched by chemicals. There is
a workshop and other outbuildings.
The favoured village of Cosheston with a good
primary school and pub is 3/4 mile away up an
unmade-up farm track.
The present owners lease a deep water and a drying
mooring and there is a 50 foot floating jetty.
Possibly not for the faint-hearted and with work
to be done, with its own water supply and off
grid, the complex comprising the whole Cosheston
Point is a rare opportunity for one or more purchasers
to pursue an interest in self sufficiency, sailing,
fishing and alternative living or whatever else
is their dream.