Click here to visit the GreenMoves homepage
helping people search for environmentally friendly homes since 2005


Property Details

Property NamePoppit, Plot 15, Ty Solar Garden Village, Boncath, Pembrokeshirefeatured green developmenthighly rated property
Property Locationview map
Property Type4 bedroom detached house
For further information & viewings, contactTy Solar
tel: 01239 841387

Summary of Property

Pembrokeshire Eco House for future generations.
We’re delighted to announce the unique opportunity for potential home owners to purchase a Ty Solar© Home powered by the sun, designed to save the planet and promote your wellbeing. Based near the idyllic Preseli hills of Pembrokeshire and 10 minutes from the beautiful beaches of Cardigan Bay, Boncath Garden Village offers five, 4-bed homes built to exacting standards. The Scandinavian styled design homes clad in locally sourced Douglas Fir are not only pleasing to the eye but help in the fight to reduce carbon emissions and they come with a 12-year builder’s guarantee backed by Checkmate. Poppit is Plot 15 and due for completion 15th September 2021.

Environmentally Friendly Features

The Scandinavian styled design homes – clad in locally sourced Douglas Fir –are not only pleasing to the eye but help in the fight to reduce carbon emissions. Key features include:

- South facing aspects designed with Passive Solar principles in mind, giving all-year-round natural light and space heating
- Parking for two cars with EV charging
- 3-phase power throughout
- 15 kW PV integrated solar roof systems with a 13.8 KwH Tesla Powerwall battery to provide energy storage and back up in case of power cuts
- Each home has the potential to save 70,000 tons of CO2 equivalent to planting 200,000 trees.
- 11 inches of Warm cell recycled paper insulation giving a top A-class EPC
- External Doors and windows in Accoya timber with a life of 80 years
- Swedish painting system called Tikkurila, which is low in carcinogens and helpful to asthma sufferers

Dimensions of Rooms (m)

Bedroom 1
Other RoomsPlease visit the Ty Solar website for details.
Details of Heating
Average annual cost of utilities, electric, gas, oil, etc.
Ground Rent
Details of any Accreditation or rating, e.g., BRE EcoHomes, SAP, NHER

Details of Garden or Outside Space

Front and back private gardens with well planted shrubs and fruit trees

Transport & Local Amenities

Parking facilities Driveway Off-road parking
Secure bicycle storage?Yes
Nearest shop/Post Office
Nearest leisure facilities
Nearest train station
Nearest bus-stop to main town/city

Further Information

Ty Solar is one of our Featured Green Developments. Click here for further information.

The images and CGIs on this website are indicative only and subject to further design and refinement as they evolve during the development process.

The Local Area

Boncath is in the Teifi Valley and enjoys a rich community tradition of hospitality, music, the arts and recreational activities. The village (population 700) is in north Pembrokeshire about 5 miles west of Newcastle Emlyn and 3.5 miles from Cardigan. The village stands at a cross-roads linking the nearby Cenarth waterfalls and Eglwyswrw. Formerly a hamlet around an inn, the village developed after the coming of the railway in 1885.

The Community Hall
The Community Hall, a registered charity, provides a venue for events in the local area holding yoga, painting, drawing and Welsh language classes. There is also a children’s playground next door to the community hall. The village shop and post office is open 7 days a week and bus 430 connects Cardigan to the north and Narberth to the south.
Abercych, Newchapel, Cilgerran villages with 5 pubs and restaurants within 5-10 mins by car.

Cilgerran Castle
Cilgerran Castle, 13th century Norman stronghold which hosts open air theatre and is open theatre and medieval enactments.

Rhosygilwen arts venue holding classical, folk, jazz and Welsh choral events all year around (1.5 m). The venue has an annual book festival, a chamber music summer Proms, opera season and various seasonal choral concerts such as St David’s Day and Christmas gala.

Cardigan Town
Cardigan town is rated in the top 10 places in the UK to raise a family by the Daily Telegraph. Cardigan Castle dates back to the 12th century and has art galleries and artisanal shops and restaurants plus the town Theatre Mwldan which has a 3-screen cinema and features regular touring shows.

The Cardigan 18-hole golf course overlooks the bay and has been rated as one of the most picturesque places in Britain to play the game. There are several other excellent courses within easy driving. The River Teifi is popular for water sports such as boating and fishing. The Welsh Wildlife park (4 m) on marshes is teaming with birdlife and the famous 160m Pembrokeshire Coastal Path (designated by Conde Nast as one of most impressive walks in the world) starts a few miles away.

Sandy Beaches
Four stunning sandy beaches are within 5-6 miles. Cardigan Bay is popular as a surfers destination.

There is a good supply of primary and secondary schools with three secondary schools in Crmych (Welsh medium, 5m), Cardigan (Bilingual, 5m) and Newcastle Emlyn (English medium, 6m).


External links:

Details last updated: 2020-10-14 10:44:19

© GreenMoves UK Ltd 0845 0944663E-mail:

Please try to save paper by printing on both sides.