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1 bed house

Land to the East of, Pilgrims Way, Roch, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

listed on 2019-08-15  J J Morris   

DESCRIPTION A parcel of land extending to 7 acres or thereabouts in total, of which approximately 5.5 acres or thereabouts is we believe located within the settlement boundary of the popular village of Roch and which no doubt has potential for residential development, subject to the necessary Planning Consents being obtained. The land is situated in the popular village of Roch, which lies on the periphery of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, within a couple of miles of the long sandy beach at Newgale, which continues to be a popular destination. Roch lies on the A487 Haverfordwest to St. Davids roadway, some 6 miles or so west of the Market Town of Haverfordwest, which as the principal administrative centre of the area has the benefit of a wide range of facilities and amenities and is the principal location of employment in the area. Roch itself comprises quite a large village by Pembrokeshire standards, affording a variety of property styles which ensures it is one of the more sought after villages in the locality with services including a primary school, village shop and public house. The proximity of the coastline attracts plenty of potential purchasers to the village with interest in properties being drawn from the locality and further afield. A plan of the land is attached for identification purposes only. The land is located in the northern part of the village between existing housing developments at Maes Y Ffynnon and Pilgrims Way and extends in total to 7 acres or thereabouts, being currently used for agricultural purposes. The principal access to the land is off Pilgrims Way and the land itself comprises a predominantly level parcel of land that is readily developable. We understand that 2.19 hectares of the land is allocated for a minimum of 44 dwellings and that the remainder of the land is currently outside the settlement boundary, but no doubt any interested parties will make their own enquiries of the Local Authority to establish any planning potential on the land. SERVICES: We believe that mains water, electricity and drainage are available within the locality of the plot but would recommend that any interested parties make their own enquiries of the relevant Authority. LOCAL AUTHORITY: Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP. Tel. 01437 764551. TENURE: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion. This is an opportunity to purchase a valuable parcel of land situated within a popular village location.

7 bed detached house

7 bedroom , Llanddewi Velfrey, Narberth

Large Four Bedroom Detached House Two Bedroom Detached Cottage Sought After Location Beautifully Presented Well Maintained Grounds Approximately 33 Acres Equestrian Facilities EPC Rating: E An opportunity to acquire a small country estate positioned within approximately 33 acres situated in unspoilt countryside on the edge of the popular town of Narberth. Bounty Manor Farm offers prospective purchasers the chance to obtain a well-managed and private property which lends itself to various uses. A 4 bedroom house offering ample accommodation with spacious reception rooms and a 2 bedroom detached cottage. A range of Farm buildings and American Stables for equestrian use. Bounty Manor Farm is also conveniently situated between the County towns of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen, major road links and short drive to the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this life changing opportunity. LOCATION Narberth or Arberth in Welsh plays a high profile in Welsh mythology. The former town hall still houses the cell where those involved in the Rebecca Riots were imprisoned. To learn more about the history of Narberth visit its brilliant museum. It is also home to several sporting teams, including Narberth RFC who currently play in the Welsh Championship and Narberth Football and Cricket club. Narberth is full to the brim with independent shops including craft and art galleries, bars and restaurants and boutiques. The town has everything you can need with health, dental, fitness and community centres and a Museum. Narberth is twinned with Ludlow and both towns celebrate an annual food festival which takes place on the fourth weekend of September every year. There is a regular bus service running to Haverfordwest, Carmarthen and the outlying villages and a railway station. For the children there is a primary school and a nursery school. Narberth is within close proximity to the blue flag beaches of Tenby and Saundersfoot and easy access to the County Towns of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen. BOUNTY FARM Bounty Manor Farm is situated close to the former market town of Narberth and County towns of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen with its fabulous shopping centres and leisure centres and major road links. The attractive town of Narberth provides amenities and daily necessities. Bounty Manor Farm is an outstanding four bedroom detached residence that is extremely well appointed . The property offers spacious reception rooms, study, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and separate games room. The four bedrooms are spacious, two of which benefit from en-suite facilities and there is a good size family bathroom. Bounty Manor Farm also benefits from a detached cottage that provides two reception rooms, kitchen/diner, two double bedrooms and bathroom and an attached storage stone built storage shed (ideal for conversion subject to the necessary planning and building regulations). The properties are positioned within approximately 33 acres. This consists mainly of pasture land and well maintained gardens with outstanding rural views. There is also American stables and outbuildings that offer a variety of uses. Viewing is recommended to appreciate this once in a lifetime opportunity. ENTRANCE HALLWAY Double doors provide access to the spacious entrance hallway. Double glazed windows to the front. Radiator. Oak flooring. Telephone point. Smoke detector. Stairs leading to gallery landing. LOUNGE 8.302 x 5.313 (27'2' x 17'5') Double glazed windows to the front and rear. Feature fireplace set in stone built surround. Radiators. Oak flooring. TV point, wall lights. Coving to ceiling with ceiling lights. Double glazed double door to the rear leading to spacious patio and garden. DINING ROOM 5.463 x 3.837 (17'11' x 12'7') Double glazed window to the side. Double glazed bow window to the front. Radiator. Oak flooring. STUDY 4.317 x 2.725 (14'1' x 8'11') Double glazed window to the rear. Radiator. Oak flooring. Telephone point, TV point. Ceiling light. KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 5.066 x 4.320 (16'7' x 14'2') Fitted with a matching range of base and eye level units with granite worktop space over, underlighting. Belfast sink with mixer tap. Integrated larder fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Gas range with extractor hood over. Double glazed window to the rear. Radiator. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light and smoke detector. SIDE HALLWAY Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light. Part glazed stable door to side leading to garden. Boiler Cupboard. UTILITY 1.758 x 1.265 (5'9' x 4'1') Plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for tumble dryer. Obscure double glazed window to the side. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light. FIRST FLOOR GALLERY LANDING Double glazed window to the front. Double fitted airing cupboard housing, hot water cylinder, linen shelving. Radiator. Parquet flooring. Coving to ceiling with ceiling light and smoke detector. Stairs leading to Master bedroom. BEDROOM 1 5.293 max x 3.841 (17'4' max x 12'7') Double glazed windows to the front. Fitted bedroom suite comprising built-in wardrobes with hanging rails, shelving, overhead storage, cupboards and drawers. Radiator. Fitted carpet. TV point. Ceiling light. BEDROOM 2 5.468 x 3.829 (17'11' x 12'6') Double glazed windows to the front. Fitted bedroom suite comprising built-in wardrobes with hanging rails, shelving, overhead storage, cupboards and drawers. Radiator. Fitted carpet. Telephone point. TV point. Ceiling light. Door leading to en-suite. EN-SUITE Three piece suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, double shower enclosure with fitted shower and low-level WC, tiled surround. Extractor fan. Radiator. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light. BEDROOM 3 5.317 max x 4.361 max (17'5' max x 14'3' max ) Double glazed window to the rear. Fitted bedroom suite comprising built-in wardrobes with hanging rails, shelving, cupboards and drawers. Radiator. Fitted carpet. TV point. Ceiling light. Door leading to walk-in wardrobe. WALK-IN WARDROBE 2.573 x 2.419 (8'5' x 7'11') Double glazed window to the rear. Radiator. Fitted range of wardrobes and shelving. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light. BATHROOM Four piece suite comprising roll top bath with ornamental feet, pedestal wash hand basin, shower enclosure with fitted shower with body jets. Low-level WC, tiled surround. Extractor fan. Double glazed window to the rear. Radiator. Ceramic tiled flooring. Sunken ceiling spotlights. WC Low-level WC. Extractor fan. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light. SECOND FLOOR MASTER BEDROOM 5.785 approx x 3.715 approx (18'11' approx x 12'2' Velux window to the side. Double glazed window to the rear. Fitted bedroom suite comprising built-in wardrobes with hanging rails, shelving, cupboards and drawers. Radiator. Fitted carpet. TV point. Wall lights. Ceiling lights and smoke detector. Door leading to en-suite bathroom. EN-SUITE BATHROOM 4.459 approx x 4.155 max (14'7' approx x 13'7' max Three piece suite comprising roll top bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC, tiled splashbacks. Heated towel rail, extractor fan. Double glazed window to the rear. Velux window to the side. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light. GAMES ROOM 7.115 x 4.836 (23'4' x 15'10') UPVC double glazed windows to the front. Window to the side. UPVC double glazed sliding doors to the front and rear. Single access door to the side. Ceiling lights. COTTAGE The Cottage is full of charm and character and consists of two reception rooms, kitchen/diner, two double bedrooms and bathroom. Attached to one side of the Cottage is a purpose built storage shed that is ideal for conversion (Subject to the necessary planning and building regulations). To the rear of the property is a good size garden that is mainly laid to lawn with established trees and shrubs. ENTRANCE HALL UPVC part glazed front door leading to entrance hallway. Under-stairs storage cupboard. Radiator. Fitted carpet. Exposed beams and ceiling light. Stairs leading to first floor. LOUNGE 4.036 x 3.516 max (13'2' x 11'6' max) UPVC double glazed window to the front. Wood burner fireplace set in feature timber and stone built surround. Radiator. Fitted carpet. TV point. Exposed beams and ceiling light. SITTING ROOM 4.019 x 3.071 (13'2' x 10'0') UPVC double glazed window to the front. Radiator. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light. KITCHEN/DINER 5.246 x 2.453 (17'2' x 8'0') Fitted with a matching range of base and eye level units with worktop space over, 1+1/4 bowl ceramic sink with single drainer and mixer tap. Plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer. Built-in electric oven, built-in ceramic hob with extractor hood over. UPVC double glazed windows to the rear. Timber panelled with ceiling light. REAR PORCH Built-in double storage cupboard. Ceiling light. UPVC double glazed door to the rear leading to garden. BATHROOM Three piece comprising panelled bath with shower attachment over, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC, tiled splashbacks. Shaver point. UPVC double glazed window to the side. Radiator. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light. FIRST FLOOR LANDING Cupboard space. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light, loft hatch. BEDROOM 1 4.082 max x 3.107 max (13'4' max x 10'2' max) UPVC double glazed window to the front. Radiator. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light. Wash hand basin. BEDROOM 2 4.036 x 3.261 (13'2' x 10'8') UPVC double glazed window to the side. Radiator. Fitted carpet. TV point. Ceiling light. EXTERNALLY Bounty Manor Farm is approached via a tarmac lane. To the front of Bounty Farm is a tarmac driveway providing ample parking. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn and mainly enclosed. To the rear of the property is a large paved patio and BBQ area. Steps lead up to the rear garden that is mainly laid to lawn with established trees and shrubs. STABLES The American stables provide eight stables purposely built for equestrian purposes. Power and light connected. OUTBUILDINGS Bounty Manor Farm also benefits from various outbuildings that can be utilised for various uses. LAND The properties are positioned within approximately 33 acres of pastureland that have been divided into paddocks. IMPORTANT NOTICE WE WOULD LIKE TO POINT OUT THAT OUR PHOTOGRAPHS ARE TAKEN WITH A DIGITAL CAMERA WITH A WIDE ANGLE LENS. 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. OTHER SERVICES OFFERED WE RECOMMEND THAT ALL BUYERS SHOULD HAVE A SURVEY DONE ON A PROPERTY BEFORE THEY BUY IT. Please ask staff in our office if you would like us to recommend a Surveyor who could undertake this work for you. We can also give you details of professionals who can undertake Conveyancing, or provide Independent Financial Advice GENERAL INFORMATION View: By appointment with the Agents Services: We have not checked or tested any of the Services or Appliances Tenure: FREEHOLD Tax: Band to be confirmed OFFER PROCEDURES 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. MPO/MPO/OK/09/17 FLOOR PLAN Any plans are included as a service to our customers and are intended as a GUIDE TO LAYOUT only. Dimensions are approximate. DO NOT SCALE.

7 bed detached house

7 bedroom , Llanddewi Velfrey, Narberth

Large Four Bedroom Detached House Two Bedroom Detached Cottage Sought After Location Beautifully Presented Well Maintained Grounds Approximately 33 Acres Equestrian Facilities EPC Rating: E An opportunity to acquire a small country estate positioned within approximately 33 acres situated in unspoilt countryside on the edge of the popular town of Narberth. Bounty Manor Farm offers prospective purchasers the chance to obtain a well-managed and private property which lends itself to various uses. A 4 bedroom house offering ample accommodation with spacious reception rooms and a 2 bedroom detached cottage. A range of farmbuildings and American Stables for equestrian use. Bounty Manor Farm is also conveniently situated between the County towns of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen, major road links and short drive to the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this life changing opportunity. LOCATION Narberth or Arberth in Welsh plays a high profile in Welsh mythology. The former town hall still houses the cell where those involved in the Rebecca Riots were imprisoned. To learn more about the history of Narberth visit its brilliant museum. It is also home to several sporting teams, including Narberth RFC who currently play in the Welsh Championship and Narberth Football and Cricket club. Narberth is full to the brim with independent shops including craft and art galleries, bars and restaurants and boutiques. The town has everything you can need with health, dental, fitness and community centres and a Museum. Narberth is twinned with Ludlow and both towns celebrate an annual food festival which takes place on the fourth weekend of September every year. There is a regular bus service running to Haverfordwest, Carmarthen and the outlying villages and a railway station. For the children there is a primary school and a nursery school. Narberth is within close proximity to the blue flag beaches of Tenby and Saundersfoot and easy access to the County Towns of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen. BOUNTY FARM Bounty Manor Farm is situated close to the former market town of Narberth and County towns of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen with its fabulous shopping centres and leisure centres and major road links. The attractive town of Narberth provides amenities and daily necessities. Bounty Manor Farm is an outstanding four bedroom detached residence that is extremely well appointed . The property offers spacious reception rooms, study, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and separate games room. The four bedrooms are spacious, two of which benefit from en-suite facilities and there is a good size family bathroom. Bounty Manor Farm also benefits from a detached cottage that provides two reception rooms, kitchen/diner, two double bedrooms and bathroom and an attached storage stone built storage shed (ideal for conversion subject to the necessary planning and building regulations). The properties are positioned within approximately 33 acres. This consists mainly of pasture land and well maintained gardens with outstanding rural views. There is also American stables and outbuildings that offer a variety of uses. Viewing is recommended to appreciate this once in a lifetime opportunity. ENTRANCE HALLWAY Double doors provide access to the spacious entrance hallway. Double glazed windows to the front. Radiator. Oak flooring. Telephone point. Smoke detector. Stairs leading to gallery landing. LOUNGE 8.302 x 5.313 (27'2' x 17'5') Double glazed windows to the front and rear. Feature fireplace set in stone built surround. Radiators. Oak flooring. TV point, wall lights. Coving to ceiling with ceiling lights. Double glazed double door to the rear leading to spacious patio and garden. DINING ROOM 5.463 x 3.837 (17'11' x 12'7') Double glazed window to the side. Double glazed bow window to the front. Radiator. Oak flooring. STUDY 4.317 x 2.725 (14'1' x 8'11') Double glazed window to the rear. Radiator. Oak flooring. Telephone point, TV point. Ceiling light. KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 5.066 x 4.320 (16'7' x 14'2') Fitted with a matching range of base and eye level units with granite worktop space over, underlighting. Belfast sink with mixer tap. Integrated larder fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Gas range with extractor hood over. Double glazed window to the rear. Radiator. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light and smoke detector. SIDE HALLWAY Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light. Part glazed stable door to side leading to garden. Boiler Cupboard. UTILITY 1.758 x 1.265 (5'9' x 4'1') Plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for tumble dryer. Obscure double glazed window to the side. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light. FIRST FLOOR GALLERY LANDING Double glazed window to the front. Double fitted airing cupboard housing, hot water cylinder, linen shelving. Radiator. Parquet flooring. Coving to ceiling with ceiling light and smoke detector. Stairs leading to Master bedroom. BEDROOM 1 5.293 max x 3.841 (17'4' max x 12'7') Double glazed windows to the front. Fitted bedroom suite comprising built-in wardrobes with hanging rails, shelving, overhead storage, cupboards and drawers. Radiator. Fitted carpet. TV point. Ceiling light. BEDROOM 2 5.468 x 3.829 (17'11' x 12'6') Double glazed windows to the front. Fitted bedroom suite comprising built-in wardrobes with hanging rails, shelving, overhead storage, cupboards and drawers. Radiator. Fitted carpet. Telephone point. TV point. Ceiling light. Door leading to en-suite. EN-SUITE Three piece suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, double shower enclosure with fitted shower and low-level WC, tiled surround. Extractor fan. Radiator. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light. BEDROOM 3 5.317 max x 4.361 max (17'5' max x 14'3' max ) Double glazed window to the rear. Fitted bedroom suite comprising built-in wardrobes with hanging rails, shelving, cupboards and drawers. Radiator. Fitted carpet. TV point. Ceiling light. Door leading to walk-in wardrobe. WALK-IN WARDROBE 2.573 x 2.419 (8'5' x 7'11') Double glazed window to the rear. Radiator. Fitted range of wardrobes and shelving. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light. BATHROOM Four piece suite comprising roll top bath with ornamental feet, pedestal wash hand basin, shower enclosure with fitted shower with body jets. Low-level WC, tiled surround. Extractor fan. Double glazed window to the rear. Radiator. Ceramic tiled flooring. Sunken ceiling spotlights. WC Low-level WC. Extractor fan. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light. SECOND FLOOR MASTER BEDROOM 5.785 approx x 3.715 approx (18'11' approx x 12'2' Velux window to the side. Double glazed window to the rear. Fitted bedroom suite comprising built-in wardrobes with hanging rails, shelving, cupboards and drawers. Radiator. Fitted carpet. TV point. Wall lights. Ceiling lights and smoke detector. Door leading to en-suite bathroom. EN-SUITE BATHROOM 4.459 approx x 4.155 max (14'7' approx x 13'7' max Three piece suite comprising roll top bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC, tiled splashbacks. Heated towel rail, extractor fan. Double glazed window to the rear. Velux window to the side. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light. GAMES ROOM 7.115 x 4.836 (23'4' x 15'10') UPVC double glazed windows to the front. Window to the side. UPVC double glazed sliding doors to the front and rear. Single access door to the side. Ceiling lights. COTTAGE The Cottage is full of charm and character and consists of two reception rooms, kitchen/diner, two double bedrooms and bathroom. Attached to one side of the Cottage is a purpose built storage shed that is ideal for conversion (Subject to the necessary planning and building regulations). To the rear of the property is a good size garden that is mainly laid to lawn with established trees and shrubs. ENTRANCE HALL UPVC part glazed front door leading to entrance hallway. Under-stairs storage cupboard. Radiator. Fitted carpet. Exposed beams and ceiling light. Stairs leading to first floor. LOUNGE 4.036 x 3.516 max (13'2' x 11'6' max) UPVC double glazed window to the front. Wood burner fireplace set in feature timber and stone built surround. Radiator. Fitted carpet. TV point. Exposed beams and ceiling light. SITTING ROOM 4.019 x 3.071 (13'2' x 10'0') UPVC double glazed window to the front. Radiator. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light. KITCHEN/DINER 5.246 x 2.453 (17'2' x 8'0') Fitted with a matching range of base and eye level units with worktop space over, 1+1/4 bowl ceramic sink with single drainer and mixer tap. Plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer. Built-in electric oven, built-in ceramic hob with extractor hood over. UPVC double glazed windows to the rear. Timber panelled with ceiling light. REAR PORCH Built-in double storage cupboard. Ceiling light. UPVC double glazed door to the rear leading to garden. BATHROOM Three piece comprising panelled bath with shower attachment over, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC, tiled splashbacks. Shaver point. UPVC double glazed window to the side. Radiator. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling light. FIRST FLOOR LANDING Cupboard space. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light, loft hatch. BEDROOM 1 4.082 max x 3.107 max (13'4' max x 10'2' max) UPVC double glazed window to the front. Radiator. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light. Wash hand basin. BEDROOM 2 4.036 x 3.261 (13'2' x 10'8') UPVC double glazed window to the side. Radiator. Fitted carpet. TV point. Ceiling light. EXTERNALLY Bounty Manor Farm is approached via a tarmac lane. To the front of Bounty Farm is a tarmac driveway providing ample parking. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn and mainly enclosed. To the rear of the property is a large paved patio and BBQ area. Steps lead up to the rear garden that is mainly laid to lawn with established trees and shrubs. STABLES The American stables provide eight stables purposely built for equestrian purposes. Power and light connected. OUTBUILDINGS Bounty Manor Farm also benefits from various outbuildings that can be utilised for various uses. LAND The properties are positioned within approximately 33 acres of pastureland that have been divided into paddocks. IMPORTANT NOTICE WE WOULD LIKE TO POINT OUT THAT OUR PHOTOGRAPHS ARE TAKEN WITH A DIGITAL CAMERA WITH A WIDE ANGLE LENS. 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. OTHER SERVICES OFFERED WE RECOMMEND THAT ALL BUYERS SHOULD HAVE A SURVEY DONE ON A PROPERTY BEFORE THEY BUY IT. Please ask staff in our office if you would like us to recommend a Surveyor who could undertake this work for you. We can also give you details of professionals who can undertake Conveyancing, or provide Independent Financial Advice GENERAL INFORMATION View: By appointment with the Agents Services: We have not checked or tested any of the Services or Appliances Tenure: FREEHOLD Tax: Band to be confirmed OFFER PROCEDURES 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. MPO/MPO/OK/09/17 FLOOR PLAN Any plans are included as a service to our customers and are intended as a GUIDE TO LAYOUT only. Dimensions are approximate. DO NOT SCALE. Directions: Leaving the town of Narberth approach Penblewen roundabout. Take exit heading towards Llanddewi Velfrey. Continue a short distance along this road until reaching the property on the left hand side.

5 bed house

Princes GateNarberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8TG

listed on 2019-08-19  Savills   

Cilrhiw House is an attractive period house offering generous and light accommodation space in unspoilt surroundings. It is believed that the house is thought to originally date back to c.1820. Accommodation Ground Floor The main front entrance leads into a reception hall with doors leading off to the principal reception rooms and a cloakroom at the end of the hall. On the left is the sitting room with the warm focal point of a wood burning stove and views over the front garden. Adjacent is the relaxing garden room with French doors opening out into the gardens. On the right of the hall is the large and elegant drawing room with two windows with character window shutters and an impressive fireplace again with a wood burning stove. A door leads through to the breakfast room with a large cream Aga taking centre stage. Open plan to this room is the kitchen with fitted base and wall units and gas range cooker. A door leads off the kitchen to the left to a cosy snug room with attractive stone arched fireplace and wood burning stove. Another door leads off the kitchen area to the right to a rear hall with door to outside, second staircase to first floor, a useful utility room off, separate ground floor shower room and steps that lead down to a cellar. Doors lead off this rear hall (and the breakfast room) to a charming entrance hall with a large stone fireplace and wood burning stove. A door leads off this room to a welcoming porch leading to the outside. First Floor The main staircase rises up from the main reception hall to the first floor accommodation. On this floor are five generous bedrooms, all enjoying views over the grounds and surrounding land. Four bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and they share the use of two bathroom suites and a separate cloakroom. Externally Cilrhiw enjoys generous landscaped gardens and grounds around the house with large lawned areas, mature trees, bushes, shrubs and flower borders. A pretty oval drive leads down and wraps around the house to take in the views. Beyond the courtyard at the side of the house is a large garage/workshop with attached office/studio area. This building with its lock up areas, roller door and open covered areas offers the potential for a multitude of uses and storage purposes e.g. stabling for horses, classic cars/boat etc. The Land An appealing feature of Cilrhiw is the land it sits in. To the south are areas of pasture beyond the garden and then to the south east is an idyllic belt of woodland that stretches northwards (in parts adjoining a stream) and continuing around to the north in an L-shape. This area of woodland is a haven for wildlife and natural habitats as well as being a plentiful source of wood for the wood burning stoves. In all, Cilrhiw sits in about 36 acres (stms -subject to measured survey). General Remarks and Stipulations Machinery, Fixtures & Fittings Unless specifically described in these particulars, all machinery, fixtures & fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation. Further information is available from the vendor's agents. Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, and electricity supplies and any other rights and obligations, easements and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in the Conditions of Sale or not. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/ bridleways. Plans, Areas and Schedules Any available plans are for identification and reference purposes only. The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the description of the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof. Viewing Strictly by appointment with Savills or Birt & Co.

5 bed house

36 acres, Princes Gate, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67, West Wales

listed on 2019-08-20  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

Handsome Georgian Pembrokeshire Country House. Location Cilrhiw House enjoys a pleasant and peaceful south-facing setting overlooking pasture and woodland. It lies at the end of a pretty drive and is surrounded by its own idyllic landscaped gardens and grounds. Although enjoying a rural setting it is convenient to local towns and the coast with the popular shopping town of Narberth with nearby railway station only being about 3 miles away to the north west and Whitland being about 6 miles to the north east. The stunning local coastline and the famous Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is also close at hand with Amroth only being about 5 miles away to the south and Saundersfoot being about 8 miles, again to the south. Local road connections provide quick access to the rest of South Wales with Carmarthen and the A48 M4 link road being about 20 miles away to the north east taking you onto Swansea (about 47 miles) Cardiff (about 86 miles) the toll free Severn Bridge and beyond. Description Cilrhiw House is an attractive period house offering generous and light accommodation space in unspoilt surroundings. It is believed that the house is thought to originally date back to c.1820. Accommodation Ground Floor The main front entrance leads into a reception hall with doors leading off to the principal reception rooms and a cloakroom at the end of the hall. On the left is the sitting room with the warm focal point of a wood burning stove and views over the front garden. Adjacent is the relaxing garden room with French doors opening out into the gardens. On the right of the hall is the large and elegant drawing room with two windows with character window shutters and an impressive fireplace again with a wood burning stove. A door leads through to the breakfast room with a large cream Aga taking centre stage. Open plan to this room is the kitchen with fitted base and wall units and gas range cooker. A door leads off the kitchen to the left to a cosy snug room with attractive stone arched fireplace and wood burning stove. Another door leads off the kitchen area to the right to a rear hall with door to outside, second staircase to first floor, a useful utility room off, separate ground floor shower room and steps that lead down to a cellar. Doors lead off this rear hall (and the breakfast room) to a charming entrance hall with a large stone fireplace and wood burning stove. A door leads off this room to a welcoming porch leading to the outside. First Floor The main staircase rises up from the main reception hall to the first floor accommodation. On this floor are five generous bedrooms, all enjoying views over the grounds and surrounding land. Four bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and they share the use of two bathroom suites and a separate cloakroom. Externally Cilrhiw enjoys generous landscaped gardens and grounds around the house with large lawned areas, mature trees, bushes, shrubs and flower borders. A pretty oval drive leads down and wraps around the house to take in the views. Beyond the courtyard at the side of the house is a large garage/workshop with attached office/studio area. This building with its lock up areas, roller door and open covered areas offers the potential for a multitude of uses and storage purposes e.g. stabling for horses, classic cars/boat etc. The Land An appealing feature of Cilrhiw is the land it sits in. To the south are areas of pasture beyond the garden and then to the south east is an idyllic belt of woodland that stretches northwards (in parts adjoining a stream) and continuing around to the north in an L-shape. This area of woodland is a haven for wildlife and natural habitats as well as being a plentiful source of wood for the wood burning stoves. In all, Cilrhiw sits in about 36 acres (stms -subject to measured survey). General Remarks and Stipulations Machinery, Fixtures & Fittings Unless specifically described in these particulars, all machinery, fixtures & fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation. Further information is available from the vendor's agents. Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, and electricity supplies and any other rights and obligations, easements and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in the Conditions of Sale or not. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/ bridleways. Plans, Areas and Schedules Any available plans are for identification and reference purposes only. The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the description of the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof. Viewing Strictly by appointment with Savills or Birt & Co. Square Footage: 4639 sq ft Acreage: 36 Acres

4 bed detached house

4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in 2 Cysgod Y Curyll, Capel Dewi

listed on 2019-06-04  Fine and Country   

Price £895,000 4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in 2 Cysgod Y Curyll, Capel Dewi 2 4 3 2 · EXCEPTIONAL 4 BEDROOM EXECUTIVE HOME IN CAPEL DEWI, CARMARTHENSHIRE · TOTALLY UNIQUE, IMPRESSIVELY EQUIPPED AND BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED · MODERN DESIGN, SUPERIOR BUILD AND HIGHEST QAULITY FIXTURES & FITTINGS · VAULTED CEILINGS & APEX WINDOWS WITH GLORIOIUS VIEWS IN SITTING ROOM · LUXURY KITCHEN WITH TOP BRAND GAGGENAU APPLIANCES PLUS A PREP ROOM · DOUBLE GARAGE WITH TILED FLOOR/ELECTRIC DOOR, UTILITY AREA AND WC · BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED PRIVATE GROUNDS WITH MATURE TREES AND SHRUBS · RURAL LOCATION WITH EASY ACCESS TO THE COUNTY TOWN OF CARMARTHEN · GREEEN CREDENTIALS WITH AIR SOURCE SYSTEM AND UNDERFLOOR HEATING   OVERVIEW Very rarely does a property of this calibre become available. The house is truly stunning in design, quality construction and meticulous finish, resulting in an extremely refined home with every aspect of the build carefully executed, and the convenience and comfort of modern day living incorporated throughout. Features include an open plan kitchen and dining room with a superb prep room alongside, spacious bedrooms, luxury bath and shower rooms, a snug/TV room with modern gas fire, a superb sitting room with a vaulted ceiling, recessed Gazco horizontal log effect gas fire, and an impressive span of apex windows featuring lovely garden and countryside views. Top quality materials have been used throughout, with the fixtures and fittings the finest available - the luxury kitchen is equipped with Gaggenau appliances and comfort height dishwasher, and the bath and shower rooms feature Porcelanosa chinaware and fittings. Windows and doors have quadruple lightly tinted glazing and are of a composite construction bringing together the best of both worlds; the durability and versatility of an aluminium exterior frame with the beauty and warmth of natural wood on the inside. Aluminium is both highly durable and low maintenance, ensuring the windows will last 40 years or more. The wood frame contributes to great energy performance with U-values. Tilt, turn and open features are an additional benefit with the uncluttered appearance and convenience of fitted venetian blinds. Minimalist decor enhances the modern design of the property with a timeless neutral colour scheme throughout. Well chosen bedroom furniture with fully fitted interiors has been integrated into the spacious bedrooms with several other rooms benefitting from integrated furniture pieces that will remain with the house. A superior sound and entertainment system with individual room controls is fitted throughout the house, as well as variable control light switches and dedicated lamp sockets, The grounds of the property are beautifully landscaped; a flagged path encircles the house with beds of mature shrubs and perennials along the way. A large rear patio runs the width of the house edged by a brick wall with central steps down to a large rear lawn, bordered by hedges, and curved beds of shrubs and perennials. Past the garden boundaries are delightful far reaching countryside views. Mature trees, hedges and fencing encircle the grounds providing complete privacy. Well maintained lawns to the front of the house are edged with the same marble paving laid on the wide curved pathway to the front door, and a triple sized garage full of added benefits is sited to the front of the house tucked into the corner of the landscaped grounds.   Location 2 Cysgod y Curyll is located in the highly sought after village of Capel Dewi in an exclusive enclave of five individually designed, luxury homes sited in a small private cul-de-sac. Capel Dewi is a small village in Carmarthenshire, built on raised ground to the south of the River Towy, and to the east of the area's principal settlement Carmarthen. Originally a farming community, Capel Dewi has become a desirable commuter village, serving Carmarthen and the surrounding area and is part of the popular community of Llanarthney – 4 miles distant with an excellent restaurant, several inns and an active community centre. Llanarthne is also proud to be home to the National Botanical Garden of Wales which was officially opened in July of 2000 having been established on an extensive area of the former Middleton Estate. The garden is both a visitor attraction and a centre for botanical research and conservation, featuring the world’s largest single-span glasshouse measuring 110 m long by 60 m wide, with the site extending to 568 acres. The town of Carmarthen is 5 miles away with a wide range of facilities that include grocery super stores, most high street names, a cinema complex, good restaurants and The West Wales General Hospital. There are numerous primary schools and two secondary schools providing education in Welsh and English. The town is also served by direct inter city trains from West Wales to London with the A48 giving easy access to the M4 with Cardiff an hour distant.   THE HOUSE Electrically operated gates permit access to the interlocked driveway and parking area, where the strikingly modern house provides a pleasing sight set against the backdrop of beautifully landscaped grounds and distant hills. The triple garage set to the side compliments the property with its clean lines and immaculate presentation. A luxurious marble paved pathway elegantly curves to the front entrance of the property.   Porch A sheltered porch beneath the front balcony provides shelter before entry through fully glazed doors with full length windows and transom lights, into the elegant entrance hall.   Entrance Hall A spacious and welcoming hall with an impressive central staircase rises to a galleried landing. The split staircase features polished hardwood treads, glass balustrades and polished handrails. The hall has underfloor heating beneath Porcelain tiles, ceiling spotlights and low level recessed LED guide lights for night time use.   TV Room/ Snug Front bay window with seat, wooden floor, integrated entertainment unit with wall mounted cupboards and glass display, ceiling spotlights and CIrco circular living flame gas fire with remote control.   Study Triple window overlooking the front garden, wooden floor, spotlights and integrated wall unit with storage cubes/cupboards.   Powder Room Ground floor toilet and freestanding cylindrical hand basin with floor mounted faucet and wall mounted controls featuring highest quality Porcelanosa sanitaryware and fittings. Tiled floor, fully tiled walls with textured tile panel, central ceiling light and side facing window.   Sitting Room Part glazed double doors from the entrance hall and dining room give access to a beautiful sitting room with wonderful vaulted ceiling plus a wall of apex windows featuring a garden and countryside view so stunning it looks as if it’s a giant painting. Wooden floor, spotlights, wall lights, recessed horizontal Gazco fireplace with living flame and remote control, plus French doors to the expansive rear terrace and garden.   Open Plan Dining Room and Kitchen A simple but stunning dining room in an open plan setting with vaulted ceiling and a spectacular suspended light fixture beneath 3 roof windows. French doors to the terrace with large picture windows to each side, wall mounted dining room sideboard, with gleaming porcelain tiled floor seamlessly extending into the luxury kitchen.   Kitchen A dream of a kitchen which is sure to delight a keen chef! Superb cabinetry is from top brand German manufacturer bulthaup*, with work surfaces of Ceasarstone Granite, and top quality appliances from Gaggenau and Siemens. *bulthaup follows the principle of intelligent minimization with its purist, ergonomic design. This kitchen is made up of structurally separate elements: The kitchen island, the wall line, and the tall unit block. A focus on the essentials sees the deliberate use of just a few, high-quality materials and selected colours. Form and function are inseparable utilizing a combination of a simple use of form with carefully thought-out functionality. The clarity of the exterior is continued on the inside with simple, geometric forms. Drawers and pull-outs in birch wood create structure and order. The basic functions of the kitchen that have been fully integrated include: Gagganau steam oven, combination oven, and warming drawer, Siemens fridge, freezer and dishwasher at comfort height, undermounted Blanco stainless steel rectangular sink and drainer with hide-away faucet and wooden work surface that slides over the sink and faucet concealing them completely. The kitchen island houses the Hotpoint pull-out chiller drawers as well as the impressive surface mounted Gaggenau induction hob with point & twist control pad and highly efficient Westin extractor hood above. Integrated is a solid ash bar top – ideal for a morning cup of coffee, or refreshment whilst chatting to the chef! A tilt or open French door with windows each side opens to the terrace, there are 5 roof windows to the side, ceiling spotlights, and door to the prep room;   Prep Room A true luxury – an entire room devoted to making life easier and tidier, by enabling the preparations to be done alongside, rather than in the kitchen. Fully equipped with a Siemens two burner gas hob with extractor hood above, a Blanco 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and sliding glass cover, Kooker boiling water dispenser, space for an additional freezer, plenty of cupboards, drawers and work surfaces, plus a fully fitted walk in pantry with light. A half glazed side door permits easy access from the parking area for grocery delivery.   First Floor The galleried landing with unique suspended light also features a French door in a wall of windows providing access to the glass walled front balcony.   Front Bedroom A carpeted double bedroom with vaulted ceiling, two front facing windows, 2 fitted wall lamps on the bedhead wall, integrated wardrobes, shelves and chest of drawers with matching bedside chest.   Family Bathroom A beautiful Porcelanosa double ended freestanding bath with floor mounted faucet and hand spray graces a lovely family bathroom. Fully tiled walls and floor, toilet, corner shower with monsoon shower head and hand spray, wall mounted vanity surface with recessed ovoid hand basin, mixer tap and mirror above, ceiling spotlight, side window and electric chrome towel radiator.   Back Bedroom A king sized carpeted bedroom with triple windows that provide garden and countryside views. Fitted wardrobes, dressing table, chest of drawers, headboard with night tables and ceiling spotlights.   Front Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room Triple windows with front facing countryside views provide ample natural light in a king sized, carpeted bedroom with fully fitted wardrobes and dressing table, as well as ceiling spotlights.   Ensuite Shower Room Fully tiled walls and floor, wall hung vanity surface with square hand basin, white mixer tap, and mirror over. Toilet, shower with monsoon head and glass sliding door, chrome towel radiator, ceiling spotlights and side window.   Master Suite An elegant master suite with triple windows to the rear providing glorious garden and countryside views. Fitted wardrobes with corner feature, shelves, shoe store, and plenty of hanging space, coordinating dressing table with a bank of drawers to each side and super-sized mirror above, bedhead with side tables, and ceiling spotlights.   Ensuite Fully tiled walls and floor, wall lamp, LED mirror, Fakro roof window, wall hung wall cabinet, electric chrome towel warmer/radiator with timer, fitted vanity shelf with two oval hand basins each with wall mounted faucets. Extra large shower with sliding glass door, monsoon shower head and hand spray, plus ceiling spotlights.   Loft Space Alternating tread stairs give access to a super storage area in a heated loft with plenty of storage space. Fully carpeted and fitting with hanging rails, a Velux roof light, into eaves storage cupboards and ceiling light.   Garage A triple sized garage with sleek electric, side sliding door and fully tiled floor. The back wall is fitted with a range of upper and lower cupboards, rectangular stainless steel sink, power points and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer providing an excellent laundry facility. Alongside is a WC with easy clean walls and tiled floor, toilet and hand basin in a corner vanity. Pedestrian side door, side window and strip lighting.   Garden Shed A pretty shed at the bottom of the garden – block construction with slate roof and two sets of timber double doors. Fitted workbench below a triple paned window, fitted shelves and open eaves storage, concrete floor, strip lighting and exterior wall lamps.   Services Mains electricity, water and drainage with heating supplied by a Grant Aerona HE Air Source Heat Pump.   Council Tax Band G 2019 – 2020   Directions Exit Carmarthen along the Llangunnor Road, taking the left hand turn onto the B4300 signposted Capel Dewi, proceed on this road through the village of Capel Dewi and continue approx half a mile and our property is on the lefthand side of the road. Media

9 bed house

Llanteg, SA67

listed on 2019-07-01  CountryWide   

This extremely fine home offers uniquely flexible accommodation from the character filled 16th Century Cottage, which has been substantially extended, to the 4 modern letting rooms within the annex. There is a private lane approach, gardens and approx 4 acres of pasture land and wonderful woodland and rural views. The entire property is presented to the highest standard and features include; the 16th Century Inglenook, pointed stone walls, pegged 'A' frames and marble tiled flooring. The property has an established letting record and a 9.7 rating on booking.com for the quality of holiday accommodation. The main house can be occupied in its entirety or divided to provide a very comfortable 3 bedroom letting unit. Horsemanstone is located off the A477 trunk road serving South Pembrokeshire with many holiday attractions within just a few minutes drive as is the magnificent coastline with an abundance of beaches and coastal walks. The road links back towards the M4 and beyond. Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

9 bed house

Amroth Road, Llanteg, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA67

listed on 2019-09-14  John D Wood and Co   

TENURE: Unknown This extremely fine home offers uniquely flexible accommodation from the character filled 16th Century Cottage, which has been substantially extended, to the 4 modern letting rooms within the annex. There is a private lane approach, gardens and approx 4 acres of pasture land and wonderful woodland and rural views. The entire property is presented to the highest standard and features include; the 16th Century Inglenook, pointed stone walls, pegged 'A' frames and marble tiled flooring. The property has an established letting record and a 9.7 rating on booking.com for the quality of holiday accommodation. The main house can be occupied in its entirety or divided to provide a very comfortable 3 bedroom letting unit. Horsemanstone is located off the A477 trunk road serving South Pembrokeshire with many holiday attractions within just a few minutes drive as is the magnificent coastline with an abundance of beaches and coastal walks. The road links back towards the M4 and beyond.

9 bed house

Amroth Road, Llanteg, Narberth

listed on 2019-04-21  John Francis   

Superb 16th Century Extended Cottage 4 - 5 High End Letting Units & Approx 4.5 Acres Wealth Of Quality & Character Features Easy Access To Attractions And Superb Beaches A Truly Unique Lifestyle Purchase EPC Rating E ***STUNNING HOME WITH LETTING UNITS & LAND***. Looking for a lifestyle purchase? Then look no further than Horsemanstone. This extremely fine home offers uniquely flexible accommodation from the character filled 16th Century Cottage, which has been substantially extended, to the 4 modern letting rooms within the annex. There is a private lane approach, gardens and approx 4 acres of pasture land and wonderful woodland and rural views. The entire property is presented to the highest standard and features include; the 16th Century Inglenook, pointed stone walls, pegged 'A' frames and marble tiled flooring. The property has an established letting record and a 9.7 rating on booking.com for the quality of holiday accommodation. The main house can be occupied in its entirety or divided to provide a very comfortable 3 bedroom letting unit. Horsemanstone is located off the A477 trunk road serving South Pembrokeshire with many of the superb holiday attractions within just a few minutes drive as is the magnificent coastline with an abundance of superb beaches, coves and coastal walks. The road links back towards the M4 and beyond. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the quality of property on offer. Entrance Hall 17'01x14'04 (5.21m x 4.37m) 2 x double glazed doors plus matching side panel leads to entrance hall with oak flooring, exposed stone wall, 2 x double glazed windows to the rear, radiator, double doors to Dining Room, open tread stairs to gallery landing and marble steps down to Kitchen/Breakfast Room 19'08x18'04 (5.99m x 5.59m) Very spacious room with large oil fired Aga in stone inglenook recess, inset electric cooker and grill alongside, Belfast sink, solid wood worktops over extensive range of base units, plumbing for dish washer, beamed ceiling, tiled flooring, radiator, pair of 2 double glazed windows to the rear, 2 x double glazed doors with side panel to side of property Shower Room 7'07x5'03 (2.31m x 1.60m) Glazed shower cubicle, oak vanity unit with wash hand basin, ladder towel rail, large inset mirror, extensive tiling, recessed ceiling lights Office 14'06x13'0 (4.42m x 3.96m) Access to front terrace, fitted carpet, recessed ceiling lights, radiator, double glazed doors with side panel, door to Drawing Room 17'8 x 14'6 (5.38m x 4.42m) Vaulted ceiling with pegged A Frame, exposed stonework , imposing chimney breast and matching display shelving, door to decked area and windows to fore Guests Dining Room 19'02x12'09 (5.84m x 3.89m) A light and bright room with marble flooring, French doors to sunny decked area, recessed ceiling lights, boiler cupboard Gallery Landing Fitted carpet, ceiling light, storage eaves , Airing Cupboard Master Bedroom 16'00x12'11 (4.88m x 3.94m) Saddle ceiling, twin Velux to side and 2 x double glazed windows to the fore, ceiling light, radiator En Suite Bathroom 16'00x5'10 (4.88m x 1.78m) Bath with side taps, glazed shower enclosure plus rainforest shower, oak vanity unit with W.C. And wash hand basin, tiled flooring, heated ladder towel rail, recessed ceiling light, arched window to fore, storage cupboard with radiator Bedroom 2 11'05x11'04 (3.48m x 3.45m) 2 x double glazed windows to the rear, fitted carpet, ceiling light, radiator, ceiling beam En Suite Shower Room 11'04x6'00 (3.45m x 1.83m) Large tiled shower with rainforest head, large vanity unit with W.C. Plus cupboards, velux window, heated towel rail, recessed ceiling lights Formal Dining Room 13'10x13'02 (4.22m x 4.01m) From entrance hall (posibility to divide), 2 x double glazed windows to fore, 1 exposed stone wall, fitted carpet, ceiling light radiator Lounge 22'10x12'01 (6.96m x 3.68m) 2 x double glazed windows, door to front porch, beamed 15th century inglenook with log burning stove and wood store, shelved recess, radiator fitted carpet, oil burning stove in stone fireplace Utility Room 20'02x7'03 (6.15m x 2.21m) Belfast sink, wall and base units with timber worktop, part tiled walls, 2 x double glazed windows to rear, plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher, larder Bathroom 8'09x7'04 (2.67m x 2.24m) Jacuzzi seated bath and shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C., heated towel rail, radiator, 2 x double glazed window to rear Bedroom 3 8'05x7'07 (2.57m x 2.31m) Double glazed windows to side, exposed stone wall, radiator Landing Ceiling beams, fitted carpet Bedroom 4 11'10 x 8'5 (3.61m x 2.57m) Double glazed window to the fore, 2 x built in wardrobes Bedroom 5 14'06x6'08 (4.42m x 2.03m) Double glazed window to fore, part exposed beams, radiator, exposed stone wall, door to W.C. Which has low level W.C., wash hand basin into vanity unit, tiled flooring, stone wall Annex Room 1 11'08x11'00 (3.56m x 3.35m) 2 x double glazed french doors with matching side panels to front terrace with super rural and woodland views, tiled flooring, pair of sash double glazed windows to side, concealed kitchenette with worktop and fridge and microwave, lockable connecting door to room 2. EN-SUITE WETROOM - shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C. Tiled flooring and walls, obscure double glazed window to rear Room 2 11'08x11'00 (3.56m x 3.35m) 2 x double glazed french doors with matching side panels to front terrace with super rural and woodland views, tiled flooring, wide concealed kitchenette, recessed ceiling lights EN-SUITE BATHROOM - corner bath and shower, vanity unit with W.C. And wash hand basin, tiled flooring, 2 x obscure double glazed windows to rear Room 3 18'04x10'03 (5.59m x 3.12m) 2 x double glazed french doors with matching side panels to front terrace with super rural and woodland views, tiled flooring, kitchenette with worktop, fridge and microwave EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM - glazed shower cubicle, vanity wash hand basin and W.C. Tiled flooring, 2 x obscure double glazed windows Room 4 18'04x10'03 (5.59m x 3.12m) Accessed via external staircase, pair of walk in dormers with rural and countryside views, fitted carpet, recessed ceiling lights, concealed kitchenette, fitted wardrobes, radiator EN-SUITE BATHROOM - corner bath and shower, vanity unit with W.C. And wash hand basin, tiled flooring, 2 x obscure double glazed windows to rear Externally Large front patio, range of mature shrubs, pond, paddock with views. Enclosed grounds and gated utility space. Electric gates. Workshop Utility Chalet style building utilised as a utility room The Land Amounts to approximately 4 acres Broadband We are advised that the property is fitted with fibre optic as well as boosters and provides a download speed throughout the property of 56 Mbps

1 bed house

Redstone Road, Narberth

An excellent opportunity of purchasing a commercial warehouse and yard situated on the outskirts of the popular Pembrokshire town of Narberth and conveniently located a mile from the A40 Carmarthen to Haverfordwest Road. The site briefly comprises a double span 4 bay steel portal framed building providing office, service and warehouse accommodation. Mezzanine accommodation providing additional office, kitchen toilet facilities with a combined floor area of 7577 sq ft (704 sq m) The whole site runs to approximately 2.25 Acres Currently let on a 10 year lease An excellent investment opportunity Commercial Warehouse & yard Outskirts of Narberth Convenient to A40 7577 sq ft of floor space Whole site amounts to 2.25 Acres Excellent investment opportunity DIRECTIONS From Carmarthen travel west on the A40, by passing St Clears and Whitland, carry on to the Penblewin Roundabout and continue straight ahead for Haverfordwest. After a short distance turn left for Narberth into Redstone Road. The premises will soon be found on your right as you travel down towards Narberth. OFFICE & WAREHOUSE ACCOMM0DATION Ground floor as follows: DISPLAY/RETIAL & SALES AREA 8.78m x 9.97 & 2.97m x 3.89m (28'9' x 32'8' & 9'8' With reception counter INNER CORRIDOR With doors off to: OFFICE 1 4.56m x 4.42m (14'11' x 14'6') OFFICE 2 4.14m 5.51m (13'6' 18'0') STORES/STORAGE RECEPTION 9.00m x 7.80m (29'6' x 25'7') Former up and over garage door (now not in use) OFFICE 3 3.99m x 3.33m (13'1' x 10'11') OFFICE 4 4.41m x 3.35 (14'5' x 10'11') MEZZANINE FLOOR With accommodation comprising: OFFICE 5 4.36m x 4.13, (14'3' x 13'6',) OFFICE 6 4.47m x 4.06m (14'7' x 13'3') OFFICE 7 5.27m x 2.77m (17'3' x 9'1') BOARD ROOM/TRAINING ROOM 4.23m x 5.62m (13'10' x 18'5') KITCHEN/CANTEEN 2.47m x 3.8m & 2.24m x 4.15m (8'1' x 12'5' & 7'4' With a range of base and eye level units incorporating a single drainer sink unit. WASH ROOM With WC and wash basin SEPARATE WC AND LADIES WC OFFICE 8 2.32 x 3.42m (7'7' x 11'2') RECEPTION AREA 3.37m x 4.53m (11'0' x 14'10') GENERAL PURPOSE WAREHOUSE 18.22m 18.07m (59'9' 59'3' ) 4 Bay steel framed open span covered warehouse accommodation, roller shutter door with reinforced concrete floor and used for maintenance and repair of farm machinery MACHINERY STORE 10.19m x 24.38m (33'5' x 79'11') 4 Bay steel portal frame, part concrete block wall and profile sheet side clad and corrugated asbestos roof with an earth floor EXTERNALLY The whole site runs to approximately 0.91 hectares 2.25 Acres) as shown red on the attached plan and has the benefit of a wash area with steeling tank and additional soak away. Large parking area to the rear with secure surround To the front elevation, the building has the benefit of a large serviced parking area for circa 20 vehicles with direct access off Redstone Road SERVICES We understand the property has the benefit of metered mains water, mains electric, mains drainage TENURE & POSSESSION The property is currently let to Tallis Amos Group Ltd on a 10 year lease which commenced 1st October 2013 and will end September 2023 Current Rent £40,000 VIEWING By appointment with the agents NB These details are a general guideline for intending purchasers and do not constitute an offer of contracts. BJP have visited the property, but have not surveyed or tested any appliances, services or systems at the property including heating, plumbing, drainage etc. The sellers have checked and approved the details however, purchasers must rely on their own and/or their Surveyors inspections and their solicitors enquiries to determine the overall condition, size and acreage of the property, and also any planning, rights of way, easements or other matters relating to it. OFFER PROCEDURE All enquiries and negotiations to BJP Carmarthen Office. We have an obligation to our vendor clients to ensure that all offers made for the property can be substantiated and may in some instances require proof of funds. We will also require 2 forms of identification one being photographic evidence i.e drivers licence and the other a bank/building society statement, utility bill, credit card bill or any other form of ID, issued within the previous three months, providing evidence of residency as the correspondence address. OFFICES Carmarthen Office 01267 236363 Llandeilo Office 01558 822468 Cross Hands Office 01269 845576 or out of hours number 07789716520 WEB SITES View all our properties on www.bjpco.com www.rightmove.co.uk, onthemarket and www.zoopla.co.uk

6 bed bungalow

· SPACIOUS 4 BED BUNGALOW PLUS 2 BED ANNEXE WITH STUNNING SEA VIEWS

listed on 2019-04-28  Fine and Country   

Asking Price £795,000 · SPACIOUS 4 BED BUNGALOW PLUS 2 BED ANNEXE WITH STUNNING SEA VIEWS 5 6 4 · SPACIOUS 4 BED BUNGALOW PLUS 2 BED ANNEXE WITH STUNNING SEA VIEWS · LOCATED IN LITTLE HAVEN, A DELIGHFUL COASTAL VILLAGE IN PEMBROKESHIRE · ELEVATED POSITION WITH PRIVATE LANE ACCESS AND PLENTY OF PARKING · WALK TO HARBOUR, VILLAGE, BEACH AND RENOWNED COASTAL PATH · 2 BEDROOMED ANNEXE WITH PRIVATE GARDEN ALREADY A SUCCESSFUL HOLIDAY LET · 15 MINS FROM THE MARKET TOWN OF HAVERFORDWEST WITH ALL AMENITIES OVERVIEW Heddfan is a modernized, 4 bedroomed property with truly stunning, panoramic sea views, set in an elevated position above the highly popular coastal village of Little Haven. Large principal rooms each with outstanding sea views include the lounge, dining room, kitchen, and master bedroom with a new, contemporary bathroom extension. A large workshop and storage room sits beneath the bungalow with the roof serving as sunny terrace. The two bedroomed annexe benefits from a private 3 bay parking area, private rear garden and a sunny terrace directly overlooking the sea, harbour and pretty village below. Already established as a holiday let, holidaymakers return year after year to the comfortable cottage and friendly community. Attractive landscaped gardens include paths, sunny patios, raised decks and lawned areas surrounded by planted borders, providing plenty of choices for Al fresco dining, outdoor entertaining, or simply relaxing in the sunshine and fresh sea breezes whilst marvelling at the sea views. Sunsets viewed from Heddfan are truly magical! LOCATION Little Haven is small, friendly coastal village populated by full time residents and seasonal holiday makers. Three pubs close to the harbour serve good food, with two cafes always buzzing with locals and visitors, with several small shops and galleries featuring local art and crafts. The harbour is regularly filled with colourful boats of all types as many sailing and sporting events originate from this beautiful sheltered cove. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path meanders along the shoreline and headland leading to an abundance of stunningly beautiful coves, beaches and villages including Broad Haven and Newgale. By car the picturesque harbour of Solva and bustling community of St. David’s - the UK’s smallest city, are easily accessible. The market town of Haverfordwest, with all necessary amenities including grocery superstores and a shopping park that includes Marks & Spencers, Debenhams and Laura Ashley, is a short car journey away. Road and railway links to Carmarthen, Swansea and Cardiff are easily and quickly accessible. HEDDFAN A welcoming entrance and hallway with Laminate door, three longline south facing windows and light oak parquet floor, with a door to the WC and part glazed door the inner hallway. WC Toilet with concealed cistern and frosted window above, part tiled walls, vanity unity with hand basin and mixer tap. Inner Hallway A bright hallway running the length of the bungalow with light oak parquet floor, 2 ceiling lights, and doors to the principal rooms, bedrooms and family shower room. Lounge A spacious room in which to relax socialize or entertain whilst marvelling at the panoramic sea and village views from the picture windows and glazed door to the terrace. Stone fireplace which can be enjoyed as open fire (shown with an electric fire), carpeted floor, plus a door to the dining room. Dining Room Two picture windows overlooking the harbour, headland and pretty village beyond the raised lawn and flagstone terrace. Tiled floor, ceiling light, door to the garden/terrace, with an archway through to the kitchen. Kitchen Range of cupboards and drawers including pot drawers, tall cupboards, and lighted glass fronted cabinets, with stainless steel 1 ½ bowl sink with swan neck tap, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washer/dryer, integrated double oven, gas hob with glass splash back and stainless steel extractor fan above, with a tiled floor. A span of windows over the sink and work tops provide unobstructed sea views. Space for a fridge/ freezer, with 4 sets of track spotlights to the ceiling. The oil boiler is housed here. Family Shower Room A fully tiled room with toilet leads through an archway to the shower room, with a wall of storage cupboards behind louvered doors providing plenty of hanging and shelf space, as well as an airing cupboard. The shower room is equipped with a pedestal hand basin with mirror over, corner quadrant shower with Mira electric unit, centre light, chrome towel radiator and large frosted window. Master Bedroom/Dressing Room/ Ensuite Bathroom A spacious double sized bedroom with wonderful sea views. Oak floor, west facing window with contemporary white shutters, built in cupboard with hanging and shelf space, coving, centre light and walk through to the dressing room. Tiled floor, built in shelves, cupboards, baskets and hanging space, with a 3 spot track light. Door to the ensuite bathroom. Bathroom A luxury bath and shower room is a wonderful addition to Heddfan in this new extension to the home. Tiled floor, part tiled walls, large quadrant corner shower with Mira electric unit, frosted window with white shutters, 2 chrome ladder style towel radiators, wall hung vanity unity with hand basin and mixer tap with LED mirror cabinet above. Luxury bath with mixer tap, toilet and 3 arm chrome ceiling light. Bedroom Carpeted, double bedroom with sea, headland and village views from a picture window, coving and 3 arm ceiling light. Office/Bedroom Providing flexible use – currently furnished for use as a home office. Carpeted floor in a flexible use room with plenty of natural light provided by an east facing window. Integrated office furniture, two shelved storage cupboards, and a centre ceiling light. Bedroom A double bedroom with oak floor, picture window, fitted wardrobes, storage cupboard, centre light and coving. THE ANNEXE A delightful, spacious two bedroomed cottage with sea views from the kitchen and terrace, private walled garden and designated parking. Lounge/Dining Room An open-plan dining area with a sunny front window flows into a spacious sitting room. French doors open onto the private rear garden and patio overlooking the sea. Four wall lamps, carpeted floor, and entrance to the kitchen. Kitchen Well equipped with a full range of oak fronted upper and lower cupboards, drawers and glass fronted units, tiled back splash, 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink/drainer/mixer tap with picture window above that provides wonderful sea and village views. Space for a cooker, space and plumbing for a washer/dryer and dishwasher, tiled floor, ceiling and cupboard top spot lights, and ½ glazed door to the garden and sunny terrace with delightful sea views. Bedroom Ground floor double bedroom presently housing two single beds, with carpeted floor, ceiling coving, 2 wall lamps, front facing window, and a door to the ensuite shower room. Ensuite Bathroom Laminated floor, fully tiled walls, corner shower with Mira electric unit, bath, and pedestal hand basin with mixer tap plus mirror, light and shaver point and glass shelf above. Toilet, frosted window, and two ceiling lights. Sitting Room An additional sitting area with rear garden access via a frosted half-glazed door. Carpeted floor, with stairs to the loft bedroom. Ground Floor Shower Room Fully tiled walls and floor, corner shower, toilet, pedestal hand basin with light and shaver point above, plus frosted window. Loft Bedroom Bright and spacious with 2 Velux roof windows providing sea glimpses, in a sloping ceiling with track lights and carpeted floor. Exterior A quiet lane leads to a driveway off which is a large gated, interlocked brick parking area next to Heddfan. There’s also a private parking area with three additional parking spaces in front of the annexe. Extensive gardens with mature trees and shrubs slopes away to the lane below from this elevated, private location. The landscaped gardens feature several tiered lawns, stone walled borders, pretty rockeries, flagstone paths and patios to enjoy the salty air and magnificent sea and village views as well as planted areas of hedges, hardy shrubs, perennials. Services Mains electricity, mains water with oil central heating and private drainage. Council Tax Band E 2019 – 2020 £1680.35 Directions From the village proceed upward with the Castle Inn on your left hand side leaving the harbour behind you. Stay right where the road forks and follow past the Lobster and Mor shop on the right, to a lane bearing a sign that says ‘not suitable for large vehicles’. Bear right here and continue along the lane past the driveway on the right to a driveway on the left - almost as if turning back on yourself. A sign reads Blockett Farm which no longer a working farm, sited at the top of the driveway well past Heddfan. Proceed up this driveway and almost immediately you will find a gated entrance on the left hand side opening to a large parking area to the side of Heddfan. Media

4 bed house

Crinow, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67

listed on 2019-04-21  FBM Estate Agents   

• HIGH SPECIFICATION FOUR BED BARN CONVERSION PLUS TWO BED COTTAGE • ORIGINAL FEATURES WITH HIGH SPEC CONTEMPORARY CONVENIENCES • UNDERFLOOR HEATING, HANDMADE KITCHEN, LUXURY BATH & SHOWER ROOMS • GREEN CREDENTIALS: PV CELLS, SOLAR THERMAL PANELS AND HIGH EFFICIENCY BOILER • LANDSCAPED TIERED GARDEN WITH PATIOS AND LAWNS, PLUS PARKING • IDEAL FAMILY HOME, HOLIDAY HOME / PARTIAL OR FULL HOLIDAY LET • PEACEFUL COUNTRYSIDE LOCATION LESS THAN 2 MILES FROM NARBERTH OVERVIEW A STUNNING FOUR BED BARN CONVERSION WHICH HAS BENEFITED FROM A HIGH QUALITY REFURBISHMENT PLUS A TWO BEDROOMED COTTAGE BOTH WITH DESIGNER INTERIORS AND GREEN CREDENTIALS, SET IN BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED GROUNDS ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF THE POPULAR TOWN OF NARBERTH, PEMBROKESHIRE. A quiet laneway dotted with a few homes leads to the peaceful, countryside location of The Barn and The Stables. As one approaches the handsome stone barn and cottage - both of which have been renovated and extensively upgraded by the current owners, the gated driveway with ample parking invites you to explore this charming, meticulously maintained property set in an idyllic rural community. Situated just over 1 1/2 miles outside the popular town of Narberth - with a full range of local amenities, shops, pubs and restaurants, The Barn has easy access to major roads for Carmarthen - 25 minutes away, and Cardiff an hour further on. The county town of Haverfordwest is 15 minutes by car with a full range of shops including Marks & Spencers, Laura Ashley and Debenhams, as well as several large supermarkets. The Barn has close proximity to the Pembrokeshire National Park featuring many beautiful beaches, coves, pretty villages, harbours and the well know coastal path. It is approximately 20 minutes drive to the popular seaside towns of Saundersfoot, Tenby, Amroth and Wisemans Bridge, and about the same distance to the Gwuan Valley or the Preselli Hills where a diverse ecosystem and many prehistoric sites along with fabulous walks provide wonderful places to explore. THE PROPERTIESThe buildings previously served as the coach house and stables for Park Glas Manor.During the refurbishment (2007/2008) the criteria established was to focus not only on a practical, spacious and contemporary design with the highest quality finish, but also on energy efficiency, all done whilst maintaining many original features of this characterful property. New windows are triple glazed, doors double glazed and Celutex insulation included with underfloor heating and Barn ceilings to provide high EPC ratings to both buildingsThere are underfloor heating systems to both The Barn and The Stables controlled by wireless room thermostats and are fed from a heat bank in the plant room, which in turn is powered by a high efficiency oil boiler and topped up via the solar panel. The underfloor heating system also feeds towel rails that can be independently powered by electricity. Additionally, The Barn has high conductivity aluminium radiators on the 1st floor. Hot water in both properties is generated via instant heat exchange within the heat bank that delivers hot water direct from mains cold water without the need for further storage.THE BARNA timber and glass paned stable door leads from the parking area into the kitchen/dining room.Kitchen/Dining RoomImmediately welcoming with a thoughtfully designed layout and high quality finish that includes travertine floors with underfloor heating, exposed stone walls with two back- lighted alcoves of recessed shelves, ceiling spotlights, custom solid oak kitchen cabinets handmade by local cabinet maker Wade Furniture from Llanpumsaint, tiles throughout the kitchen were individually handpainted by the Cabinetmaker's partner; solid handcrafted Balinese brass handles, Quartz stone work surfaces, white ceramic sinks with drainer and mixer tap, integrated Miele dishwasher, Smeg fridge/freezer and centre island with cupboards, wine store, bank of drawers and breakfast bar. A Mercury 1200 series commercial grade range cooker with 4 gas burners plus centre wok, 2 electric ovens, grill and warming oven, recessed into an alcove with fitted hidden shelves and extractor fan will delight a keen chef! The dining area features a contemporary pendant light fitting with 5 shades, though the entire area benefits from ample natural light from a rear facing window above the sinks and two front facing windows - one of which has a built in oak seat. A pocket door provides access to a handy pantry with fitted oak shelves, ample storage and ceiling spotlights. A further pocket sliding door gives access to the lounge.LoungeA spacious, wool carpeted lounge provides an area to relax, entertain or enjoy family time in a comfortable space with plenty of room for large pieces of furniture. Exposed ceiling beam, 2 pendant lights plus ceiling spotlights. An exposed stone wall with fitted lamps houses a glazed door with panel window alongside, providing views of, and access to the rear courtyard. A contemporary Contura multifuel stove on a slate hearth provides extra warmth and a cosy atmosphere. Four front facing windows provide natural light, augmented by the large Velux window in the galleried landing above the bespoke oak staircase rising to the first floor.Utility RoomA part glazed door from the sitting room plus an external door provides access to a large utility room with storage/equipment room alongside. Lower level cupboards, work surface with stainless steel laundry sink and drainer plus mixer tap, space for a washer, tumble drier, pulleymaid clothes airer, tiled floor, strip lighting, timber shelves for log storage and plenty of space to leave outerwear, muddy boots and sports kit. The PV cell invertor, electricity meters, consumer boxes and underfloor heating manifolds (Invisible Heating Systems) are housed for easy access. A door leads to a store room housing the main heating equipment consisting of a heat bank (Heatweb) and high efficiency oil boiler (Grant) water tank. High level window and strip light.Ground floor Bedroom / Office Ideal as a guest bedroom , TV Room or home office with exposed brick wall, front window, carpeted floor and inset ceiling lights with the benefit of a shower room alongside.Shower RoomA ground floor shower room with mosaic tile floor and part tiled walls, ceiling spot lights, quadrant shaped mains shower with monsoon Hansgrohe rainshower head and rainfall hand spray, toilet with original arrowslit window above, Duravit curved hand basin and mixer tap with chrome towel rails, mirrored storage cupboard with LED sensor lights above interior chrome shaver point, chrome ladder towel radiator.First FloorGracious wool carpeted stairs rise to the lofted, galleried landing featuring two contemporary pendant lights and a large Velux roof window. The landing features a Juliette balcony with fully glazed door overlooking the rear courtyard, two rear facing windows and exposed ceiling beams in a slightly sloping ceiling with spotlights. BedroomA very large lofted bedroom/playroom with exposed stone wall, rear facing picture window, exposed beams, wool carpet, window to the front and dimmable ceiling spotlights. BedroomA double bedroom with lofted ceiling and exposed beams, spotlights, wool carpet, built in wardrobes with cupboards over, window to the front, and part exposed stone wall. Bath & Shower RoomA luxury bathroom with timed electric, underfloor heating beneath travertine tiles, equipped with a double ended steel bath with mixer tap and hand spray, wet room shower with Hansgrohe rainshower head and hand spray, Duravit wall mounted hand basin with mixer tap and mirror cabinet with LED sensor lights and internal mirrors to the doors, toilet, chrome ladder style towel radiator, exposed beams, ceiling spotlights, exposed stone wall with front facing window and tiled walls. Door to master bedroom.Master BedroomA very spacious master bedroom with wool carpet, front and rear facing windows in two exposed stone walls providing plenty of natural light, exposed ceiling beams in a vaulted ceiling, a bank of fitted wardrobes with louvered doors and cupboards above, and high level small wooden door leading to a small loft storage area. Door to the hallway and a door to the semi ensuite bathroom.THE STABLE Located just behind The Barn sharing a rear courtyard garden, The Stable is a delightful fully renovated 2 bedroomed stone dwelling with pretty arched windows, exterior coach lamps and oodles of charm. Underfloor heating and double glazing ensure comfortable, consistent warmth throughout. The PV cells on the roof of the Stables feed the Barn electricity supply and generate approximately 2600KW per year and provide supplemental power to the property plus an income of approx. £1300 per annum. The cells were installed in 2011 and were assigned the original FIT rate through to 2035.EntranceStone steps and a front path with a raised lawn alongside lead to a timber and part glazed which door opens to the hallway.HallwayOak floors, pendant light, painted exposed stone wall and doors to the sitting room, bedroom and bathroom.BedroomOak floors, wall lamps, fitted wardrobes, front arched window, coving, pendant light and door to a semi ensuite bathroom.BathroomTravertine tiled floor with underfloor heating, tiled walls, deep steel bath with mains shower over, vanity unit with cupboards and drawers, mixer tap, mirror with glass shelf above, 2 wall lamps, toilet, centre light, extractor fan, white ladder style heated radiator and ceiling sun tunnel. Kitchen A pocket sliding door gives access to the kitchen with oak cabinetry including two glass fronted cupboards, a ceramic sink, drainer and mixer tap, integrated gas hob with externally vented extractor fan above, Belling electric oven and Bosch dishwasher. Tiled floor and back splash, under-counter Liebherr fridge/freezer, two sun tunnels, a spotlight track with three lights, plus a serving hatch through to the dining area.Sitting / Dining RoomA gracious room for relaxing and dining featuring engineered oak floors, 4 wall lamps and ceiling spotlights, a Velux roof window, two arched windows to the front with courtyard views, a painted exposed stone wall and gas coal effect fireplace with marble hearth and surround. Door to the second bedroom. BedroomA second bed room presently equipped with bunk beds has an arched window to the front, wall lamps plus a pendant light and a sliding pocket door to an ensuite shower room.Shower RoomTravertine floor tiles, fully tiled walls, quadrant mains shower with glass doors, toilet, pedestal hand basin with mixer tap and mirror, glass shelf and light above, centre light, roof sun tunnel, chrome towel radiator, attic access and large lighted, shelved storage cupboard with louvered doors, space and plumbing for washer and dryer.EXTERIORA gated entrance provides vehicle and pedestrian access to a large interlocking brick driveway and spacious parking area. The driveway is bordered by mature evergreen trees, low stone walls with shrubs and perennials, and pathways leading to both properties. Stone steps lead to a landscaped tiered garden with inset lawns, mature trees and shrubs. At time of writing the daffodils, snowdrops and primroses are in flower with the wisteria and honeysuckle just beginning to bud - an interesting, easily maintained garden with a sunny disposition. At the top of the garden is a summerhouse with deck taking full advantage of the elevated position. A tall stone wall running the length of the garden provides warmth and shelter to espalier fruit trees, with borders and beds stocked with perennials. There is also a large garden store shed which houses the oil tank and provides a potting area plus storage space for garden equipment, under a clear Perspex roof. SERVICESMains electricity and water, oil central heating and private drainage via a Biodigester (www.bioigester.com) installed under the drive during the recent refurbishment that feeds an existing soak-away. Gas for cooking comes from 4 propane tanks located in the garden storage shed. The properties are supplied by Superfast Fibre Broadband - 40Mbs.The Lane: The lane is adopted and maintained by the county council up to and including the Barn. At the end of the Barn where the tarmac runs out it become a farm lane that is shared and maintained by the two local farms.Council TaxTo facilitate letting of the Stables the properties are individually assessed, Charge for 20187/20198 is: The Barn - Band F £1829.45The Stables - Band C £1082.76Directions:From Narberth head out on Station Road B4314 (from the one-way system turn left and immediate right - signposted to the swimming pool and Princess Gate. Follow this road for about a mile and take the left turning signposted Crinow. Follow this laneway a short distance past the small church and The Barn can be found on the left opposite a walled passing area.

6 bed house

HIGH SPECIFICATION FOUR BED BARN CONVERSION PLUS TWO BED COTTAGE

listed on 2019-02-27  Fine and Country   

Price £665,000 HIGH SPECIFICATION FOUR BED BARN CONVERSION PLUS TWO BED COTTAGE 3 6 5 • HIGH SPECIFICATION FOUR BED BARN CONVERSION PLUS  TWO BED COTTAGE • ORIGINAL FEATURES WITH HIGH SPEC  CONTEMPORARY CONVENIENCES • UNDERFLOOR HEATING, HANDMADE KITCHEN, LUXURY BATH & SHOWER ROOMS • GREEN CREDENTIALS:  PV CELLS, SOLAR THERMAL PANELS AND HIGH EFFICIENCY BOILER • LANDSCAPED TIERED GARDEN WITH PATIOS AND LAWNS, PLUS PARKING • IDEAL FAMILY HOME, HOLIDAY HOME / PARTIAL OR FULL HOLIDAY LET • PEACEFUL COUNTRYSIDE LOCATION LESS THAN  2 MILES FROM NARBERTH OVERVIEW A STUNNING FOUR BED BARN CONVERSION WHICH HAS BENEFITED FROM A HIGH QUALITY REFURBISHMENT  PLUS A TWO BEDROOMED COTTAGE BOTH WITH DESIGNER INTERIORS AND GREEN CREDENTIALS, SET IN BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED GROUNDS ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF THE POPULAR TOWN OF NARBERTH, PEMBROKESHIRE.    A quiet laneway dotted with a few homes leads to the peaceful, countryside location of The Barn and The Stables.  As one approaches the handsome stone barn and cottage – both of which have been renovated and extensively upgraded by the current owners, the gated driveway with ample parking invites you to explore this charming, meticulously maintained property set in an idyllic rural community.   Situated just over 1 ½ miles outside the popular town of Narberth – with a full range of local amenities, shops, pubs and restaurants, The Barn has easy access to major roads for Carmarthen – 25 minutes away, and Cardiff an hour further on.  The county town of Haverfordwest is 15 minutes by car with a full range of shops including Marks & Spencers, Laura Ashley and Debenhams, as well as several large supermarkets. The Barn has close proximity to the Pembrokeshire National Park featuring many beautiful beaches, coves, pretty villages, harbours and the well know coastal path.   It is  approximately  20 minutes drive to the popular seaside towns of Saundersfoot, Tenby, Amroth and Wisemans Bridge,  and about the same distance to the Gwuan Valley or the Preselli Hills where  a diverse ecosystem and many prehistoric sites along with fabulous walks provide wonderful places to explore. THE PROPERTIES The buildings previously served as the coach house and stables for Park Glas Manor. During the refurbishment (2007/2008) the criteria established was to focus not only on a practical, spacious and contemporary design with the highest quality finish, but also on energy efficiency, all done whilst maintaining many original features of this characterful property. New windows are triple glazed, doors double glazed and Celutex insulation included with  underfloor heating and Barn ceilings to provide high EPC ratings to both buildings There are underfloor heating systems to both The Barn and The Stables controlled by wireless room thermostats and are fed from a heat bank in the plant room, which in turn is powered by a high efficiency oil boiler and topped up via the solar panel. The underfloor heating system also feeds towel rails that can be independently powered by electricity. Additionally, The Barn has high conductivity aluminium radiators on the 1st floor. Hot water in both properties is generated via instant heat exchange within the heat bank that delivers hot water direct from mains cold water without the need for further storage. THE BARN A timber and glass paned stable door leads from the parking area into the kitchen/dining room. Kitchen/Dining Room Immediately welcoming with a thoughtfully designed layout and high quality finish that includes travertine floors with underfloor heating, exposed stone walls with two back- lighted alcoves  of recessed shelves, ceiling spotlights, custom solid oak kitchen cabinets handmade by local cabinet maker Wade Furniture from Llanpumsaint,  tiles throughout the kitchen were individually handpainted by the Cabinetmaker’s partner; solid handcrafted Balinese brass handles, Quartz stone work surfaces, white ceramic sinks with drainer and mixer tap, integrated Miele dishwasher, Smeg fridge/freezer and centre island with cupboards, wine store, bank of drawers and breakfast bar.  A Mercury 1200 series  commercial grade range cooker with 4 gas burners plus centre wok, 2 electric ovens, grill and warming oven, recessed into an alcove with fitted hidden shelves and extractor fan will delight a keen chef!   The dining area features a contemporary pendant light fitting with 5 shades, though the entire area benefits from ample natural light from a rear facing window above the sinks and two front facing windows – one of which has a built in oak seat.  A pocket door provides access to a handy pantry with fitted oak shelves, ample storage and ceiling spotlights.   A further pocket sliding door gives access to the lounge. Lounge A spacious, wool carpeted lounge provides an area to relax, entertain or enjoy family time in a comfortable space with plenty of room for large pieces of furniture.  Exposed ceiling beam, 2 pendant lights plus ceiling spotlights.  An exposed stone wall with fitted lamps houses a glazed door with panel window alongside, providing views of, and access to the rear courtyard.  A contemporary Contura multifuel stove on a slate hearth provides extra warmth and a cosy atmosphere.  Four front facing windows provide natural light, augmented by the large Velux window in the galleried landing above the bespoke oak staircase rising to the first floor. Utility Room A part glazed door from the sitting room plus an external door provides access to a large utility room with storage/equipment room alongside. Lower level cupboards, work surface with stainless steel laundry sink and drainer plus mixer tap, space for a washer, tumble drier, pulleymaid clothes airer, tiled floor, strip lighting, timber shelves for log storage and plenty of space to leave outerwear, muddy boots and sports kit.  The PV cell invertor, electricity meters, consumer boxes and underfloor heating manifolds (Invisible Heating Systems) are housed for easy access. A door leads to a store room housing the main heating equipment consisting of a heat bank (Heatweb) and high efficiency oil boiler (Grant) water tank. High level window and strip light. Ground floor Bedroom / Office Ideal as a guest bedroom , TV Room or home office with exposed brick wall, front window, carpeted floor and inset ceiling lights  with the benefit of a shower room alongside. Shower Room A ground floor shower room with mosaic tile floor and part tiled walls, ceiling spot lights, quadrant shaped mains shower with monsoon Hansgrohe rainshower head and rainfall hand spray, toilet with original arrowslit window above, Duravit curved hand basin and mixer tap with chrome towel rails, mirrored storage cupboard with LED sensor lights above interior chrome shaver point, chrome ladder towel radiator. First Floor Gracious wool carpeted stairs rise to the lofted, galleried landing featuring two contemporary pendant lights and a large Velux roof window.  The landing features a Juliette balcony with fully glazed door overlooking the rear courtyard, two rear facing windows and exposed ceiling beams in a slightly sloping ceiling with spotlights.   Bedroom A very large lofted bedroom/playroom with exposed stone wall, rear facing picture window, exposed beams, wool carpet, window to the front and dimmable ceiling spotlights.   Bedroom A double bedroom with lofted ceiling and exposed beams, spotlights, wool carpet, built in wardrobes with cupboards over, window to the front, and part exposed stone wall. Bath & Shower Room A luxury bathroom with timed electric, underfloor heating beneath travertine tiles, equipped with a double ended steel bath with mixer tap and hand spray, wet room shower with Hansgrohe rainshower head and hand spray, Duravit wall mounted hand basin with mixer tap and mirror cabinet with LED sensor lights and internal mirrors to the doors, toilet, chrome ladder style towel radiator, exposed beams, ceiling spotlights, exposed stone wall with front facing window and tiled walls. Door to master bedroom. Master Bedroom A very spacious master bedroom with wool carpet, front and rear facing windows in two exposed stone walls providing plenty of natural light,  exposed ceiling beams in a vaulted ceiling, a bank of fitted wardrobes with louvered doors and cupboards above, and high level small wooden door leading to a small loft storage area.  Door to the hallway and a door to the semi ensuite bathroom. THE STABLES Located just behind The Barn sharing a rear courtyard garden, The Stables is a delightful fully renovated 2 bedroomed stone dwelling with pretty arched windows, exterior coach lamps and oodles of charm.  Underfloor heating and double glazing ensure comfortable, consistent warmth throughout.   The PV cells on the roof of The Stables feed the Barn electricity supply and generate approximately 2600KW per year and provide supplemental power to the property plus an income of approx. £1300 per annum. The cells were installed in 2011 and were assigned the original FIT rate through to 2035. Entrance Stone steps and a front path with a raised lawn alongside lead to a timber and part glazed which door opens to the hallway. Hallway Oak floors, pendant light, painted exposed stone wall and doors to the sitting room, bedroom and bathroom. Bedroom Oak floors, wall lamps, fitted wardrobes, front arched window, coving, pendant light and door to a semi ensuite bathroom. Bathroom Travertine tiled floor with underfloor heating, tiled walls, deep steel bath with mains shower over, vanity unit with cupboards and drawers, mixer tap, mirror with glass shelf above, 2 wall lamps, toilet, centre light, extractor fan, white ladder style heated radiator and ceiling sun tunnel. Kitchen A pocket sliding door gives access to the kitchen with oak cabinetry including two glass fronted cupboards, a ceramic sink, drainer and mixer tap, integrated gas hob with externally vented extractor fan above, Belling electric oven and Bosch dishwasher. Tiled floor and back splash, under-counter Liebherr fridge/freezer, two sun tunnels, a spotlight track with three lights, plus a serving hatch through to the dining area. Sitting / Dining Room A gracious room for relaxing  and dining featuring engineered oak floors, 4 wall lamps and ceiling spotlights, a Velux roof window, two arched windows to the front with courtyard views, a painted exposed stone wall and gas coal effect fireplace with marble hearth and surround.  Door to the second bedroom. Bedroom A second bed room presently equipped with bunk beds has an arched window to the front, wall lamps plus a pendant light and a sliding pocket door to an ensuite shower room. Shower Room Travertine floor tiles, fully tiled walls, quadrant mains shower with glass doors, toilet, pedestal hand basin with mixer tap and mirror, glass shelf and light above, centre light, roof sun tunnel, chrome towel radiator, attic access and large lighted, shelved storage cupboard with louvered doors, space and plumbing for washer and dryer. EXTERIOR A gated entrance provides vehicle and pedestrian access to a large interlocking brick driveway and spacious parking area.  The driveway is bordered by mature evergreen trees, low stone walls with shrubs and perennials, and pathways leading to both properties.   Stone steps lead to a landscaped tiered garden with inset lawns, mature trees and shrubs.  At time of writing the daffodils, snowdrops and primroses are in flower with the wisteria and honeysuckle just beginning to bud – an interesting, easily maintained garden with a sunny disposition. At the top of the garden is a summerhouse with deck taking full advantage of the elevated position.  A tall stone wall running the length of the garden provides warmth and shelter to espalier fruit trees, with borders and beds stocked with perennials. There is also a large garden store shed which houses the oil tank and provides a potting area plus storage space for garden equipment, under a clear Perspex roof.  SERVICES Mains electricity and water, oil central heating and private drainage via a Biodigester (www.bioigester.com) installed under the drive during the recent refurbishment that feeds an existing soak-away.  Gas for cooking comes from 4 propane tanks located in the garden storage shed. The properties are supplied by Superfast Fibre Broadband – 40Mbs. The Lane: The lane is adopted and maintained by the county council up to and including the Barn. At the end of the Barn where the tarmac runs out it become a farm lane that is shared and maintained by the two local farms. Council Tax To facilitate letting of the Stables the properties are individually assessed, Charge for 20187/20198 is: The Barn – Band F  £1829.45 The Stables – Band C £1082.76 Directions: From Narberth head out on Station Road B4314 (from the one-way system turn left and immediate right –  signposted to the swimming pool and Princess Gate. Follow this road for about a mile and take the left turning signposted Crinow.  Follow this laneway a short distance past the small church and The Barn can be found on the left opposite a walled passing area.     Property Features Secondary accommodation Media

3 bed bungalow

Amroth, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA67

listed on 2019-09-14  John D Wood and Co   

TENURE: Unknown A Truly Unique Coastal Location With Stunning Bay And Coastal Views. This uniquely positioned 3 bedroom bungalow has an adjoining 2 bedroom annex and offers potential to create a quite superb family home, occupying a magnificent elevated coastal position overlooking Amroth and the coast towards Tenby and Caldey and in the opposite direction along to Pendine and the Gower as well as the North Cornwall coast - on a clear day! The property has been designed to take full advantage of the views from each of the principle rooms. The garden has a semi sunken, sheltered patio from where to enjoy these wonderful sea views. The bungalow is presented in good order throughout and includes; kitchen/diner, 20'sq lounge, master bedroom with dressing area and En suite as well as 2 additional bedrooms and a modern bathroom. The Annex, with it's conservatory/lounge, kitchen and 2 bedrooms is an ideal letting unit or could be added to the main property to extend the generous accommodation.

3 bed detached house

Merrifields, Amroth, Narberth, Pembrokeshire. SA67 8NW

Merrifields occupies a South/West facing position boasting uninterrupted sea and coastal views. The property and grounds offer total privacy. A 2/3 Bedroom detached single storey residence that stands in immaculate decorative order. To the rear aspect is a detached outbuilding, some 19 metres in length, 'ripe' for conversion. A terrific vantage point is the South/West facing sunken deck - to be enjoyed with an early morning coffee watching the sunrise, or dining al-fresco style watching the sun set. This would also make a fabulous position to locate 'Jacuzzi'/Hot tub.

3 bed house

Amroth

listed on 2019-04-21  John Francis   

Uniquely Positioned With Truly Panoramic Views Cliff Top Gardens, Patios and Sunken Deck 2/3 Bedroom Bungalow with PP for adj 2 Bedroom Annex Close To Seaside Village Of Amroth Presented To A High Standard Throughout EPC Rating D *** A TRULY UNIQUE COASTAL LOCATION WITH STUNNING BAY AND COASTAL VIEWS***. This uniquely positioned 3 bedroom bungalow has an adjoining outbuilding with planning permission for a 2 bed annex, and offers potential to create a quite superb family home, occupying a magnificent elevated coastal position overlooking Amroth and the coast towards Tenby and Caldey and in the opposite direction along to Pendine and the Gower as well as the North Cornwall coast - on a clear day! The property has been designed to take full advantage of the superb views from each of the principle rooms. Even the garden has a semi sunken, sheltered patio from where to enjoy these wonderful sea views. The bungalow is presented in good order throughout and includes; kitchen/diner, 20'sq lounge, master bedroom with dressing area and En suite as well as 2 additional bedrooms and a modern bathroom. The outbuilding has planning permission for a 2 bed annex and could provide an ideal letting unit or could be added to the main property to extend the generous accommodation. Amroth is a lovely sea side village, not far from Wisemans Bridge and Saundersfoot making this an ideal location for an exclusive holiday or retirement home. Front Entrance From Drive The property can be approached from the two front door off the entrance drive, however, access on a daily basis is via the front facing kitchen/dining area. Entrance Lobby Entered via double glazed door to front, timber flooring, ceiling light, cupboard housing the oil fired central heating boiler, cloaks cupboard, door to; Lounge 20'4 x 19'7 (6.20m x 5.97m) Very bright and spacious room with stunning views through the double glazed patio doors and window overlooking the bay to Caldey Island, round to Saundersfoot, Monkstone and the Gower, 2 radiators, polished timber floor, multi paned door to; Kitchen/Dining Room 23'1 x 11'3 (7.04m x 3.43m) Main feature is undoubtedly the corner located double glazed patio doors with additional side windows giving outstanding views of the bay along to Saundersfoot, Gower and Caldey Island, polished timber floor, recess ceiling lights, radiator, the kitchen is extremely well fitted with a range of wall and base units with worktop over, tiled splashback, single drainer stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for dishwasher, built-in oven, hob and canopy extractor, plumbing for washing machine, breakfast bar, window looking to the drive and to the side garden to the bay beyond. Inner Hall Timber flooring, ceiling light, access to loft space, linen cupboard. Office/Bedroom 3 11'10 x 10'1 (3.61m x 3.07m) Timber laminate flooring, double glazed window to front, ceiling light, radiator. Master Bedroom 1 14'4 x 12'10 (4.37m x 3.91m) Accessed via the office/bedroom 3, double glazed patio doors opening out onto the rear patio and garden and enjoying stunning views of the surrounding bay, timber laminate flooring, radiator, archway to the dressing area with built-in wardrobes, door to; En-Suite Shower Room 5'9 x 5'8 (1.75m x 1.73m) Glazed shower cubicle, cantilever WC and wash hand basin, ladder style heated towel radiator, tiled floor, tiled walls, recessed ceiling lights. Bedroom 2 14'4 x 9'11 (4.37m x 3.02m) Double glazed patio doors leading to the patio and garden with outstanding views of the surrounding bay and coastline, radiator, timber laminate flooring, double built-in wardrobe, ceiling light. Shower Room 7'11 x 6'11 (2.41m x 2.11m) 4'6 wide shower enclosure, ladder radiator, cantilever wash hand basin and WC, large fitted mirror with side lighting, double glazed window, recessed ceiling lights, tiled walls, vinyl flooring. Outbuilding With planning permission for a 2 bedroomed annex. Externally The property is screened from the road and approached over a sweeping tarmac drive bounded by mature shrubs and hedging giving access to the large parking and turning area to the side of the property. The gardens extend along the clifftop and from virtually every location one can enjoy the quite breathtaking views of the bay towards the Gower and Caldey Island. There is an extensive patio running along the length of the bungalow as well as gardens laid mainly laid to lawn to the western side and to the east there is a further lawn with a canopied pergola and a delightful walkway festooned with clematis and wisteria. The main feature of the garden is the secluded decked area approached down a few steps from the main garden onto a large sun drenched deck overlooking the bay, it is screened by trees and shrub planting, garden store and this area provides complete privacy from where to enjoy the wonderful views that this property has to offer. Services We are advised that mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Private drainage.

3 bed bungalow

Amroth, SA67

listed on 2019-04-22  CountryWide   

A Truly Unique Coastal Location With Stunning Bay And Coastal Views. This uniquely positioned 3 bedroom bungalow has an adjoining 2 bedroom annex and offers potential to create a quite superb family home, occupying a magnificent elevated coastal position overlooking Amroth and the coast towards Tenby and Caldey and in the opposite direction along to Pendine and the Gower as well as the North Cornwall coast - on a clear day! The property has been designed to take full advantage of the views from each of the principle rooms. The garden has a semi sunken, sheltered patio from where to enjoy these wonderful sea views. The bungalow is presented in good order throughout and includes; kitchen/diner, 20'sq lounge, master bedroom with dressing area and En suite as well as 2 additional bedrooms and a modern bathroom. The Annex, with it's conservatory/lounge, kitchen and 2 bedrooms is an ideal letting unit or could be added to the main property to extend the generous accommodation. Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

3 bed detached house

Llanteg, Narberth

listed on 2019-10-12  John Francis   

House With 2 Cottages and Approx 4.3 Acres Many Character Features, Beams, etc,. 45' Long Barn, Haggard and Paddocks. Convenient For Holiday Attractions All Very Well Presented Throughout EER Rating D ***EQUESTRIAN HOLDING WITH 2 COTTAGES & LAND***. A character filled farmhouse with the benefit of a 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom letting unit as well as a 45' barn, all standing in approx 4.3 acres or thereabouts convenient for the main trunk road as well as the many holiday attractions to be found in this part of Pembrokeshire. Features include; pegged 'A' frames, cottage styled kitchen, tiled floors, brick fireplace, beamed ceilings, etc,. Each property has it's own oil fired central heating system and there is extensive double glazing. This is an ideal opportunity to move into the holiday letting market as each cottage has a proven letting record. There is a petrol station/shop nearby and a wider range of amenities are available in Kilgetty, St Clears, Whitland or Narberth all of which are within a few minutes drive. The magnificent Pembrokeshire coastline is only about 3 miles distant. Living Room 23'2 x 12' (7.06m x 3.66m) Entered via a partly glazed door to front, oak flooring, impressive central carpeted staircase with space below making this a character filled through room, open beamed ceiling, shelved recess, 2 double glazed windows to front, log burning stove in a brick surround, wall and ceiling lights, 2 radiators, door to; Inner Hall Tiled floor, beamed ceiling, stable door to outside. Kitchen 13'9 x 12'3 (4.19m x 3.73m) Cottage style kitchen with tiled floor, beamed ceiling, large oil fired Aga in brick surround, electric oven and hob, double glazed windows to side and rear, built-in dishwasher, double doors to a shelved pantry. Utility Room 10'11 x 11'11 (3.33m x 3.63m) Measurements to include cloakroom, single drainer sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor, radiator, beamed ceiling, double glazed windows to side and rear. Cloakroom Low level WC, tiled floor. First Floor Landing Carpet, ceiling light, storage cupboard housing hot water cylinder, ceiling light, beamed ceiling, radiator, doors to; Bedroom 1 12'1 x 10'5 (3.68m x 3.18m) Exposed pegged A frame to the pitched ceiling, oak flooring, double glazed window to front, radiator, ceiling light. Bedroom 2 12'2 x 9'4 (3.71m x 2.84m) Exposed pegged A frame to the pitched ceiling, oak flooring, double glazed window to front, radiator, ceiling light. Bedroom 3 11'8 x 9'8 (3.56m x 2.95m) Double glazed window to rear, radiator, oak flooring, built-in wardrobes, sloping ceiling with beam. Bathroom Twin grip panel bath with separate shower over and screen, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, wall with period style furniture, tiled floor and walls, radiator, obscure double glazed window to rear. Primrose Cottage Sleeps 2, stable door opens into; Kitchen/Dining Room 11'4 x 9'8 (3.45m x 2.95m) Tiled floor, single drainer sink unit, range of wall and base units, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge and cooker, double glazed window to front, radiator. Bedroom/Sitting Room 13'6 x 11'4 (4.11m x 3.45m) Tile floor, radiator, double glazed window to front. Shower Room Located off the kitchen, tiled floor, radiator, electric heated towel rail, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled shower enclosure. Brambles Cottage Sleeps 4, stable door opens directly into; Kitchen 8'1 x 7'2 (2.46m x 2.18m) Tiled floor, wall and base units, single drainer sink unit, double glazed window to front, built-in oven, hob and extractor, built in dishwasher and fridge freezer. Shelved recess with fitted cupboard, carpeted staircase to first floor. Shower Room 7'3 x 6'1 (2.21m x 1.85m) Low level WC, glazed shower enclosure, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, obscure window to rear. Living Room 14'8 x 13'6 (4.47m x 4.11m) Double glazed windows to front and side, tiled floor, beamed ceiling, radiator, 4 wall lights. First Floor Landing Storage cupboard, doors to; Bedroom 1 11'6 x 8'4 (3.51m x 2.54m) Eaves storage cupboards/wardrobes, oak flooring, radiator, double glazed window to front. Bedroom 2 9'3 x 11'7 Ave (2.82m x 3.53m Ave) Oak flooring, window to side, built-in wardrobe, radiator. Externally The property is approached off a short access lane through a farm gate onto extensive gravelled car parking area suitable for several cars, boat and caravans. Each of the letting cottages has their own enclosed patio garden. From the car parking area double farm gates lead through to the land where there is an enclosed grassed area within which is the portal frame barn. From here two gates give access out into the paddocks and there is the addition of gated access onto the main trunk road. Portal Frame Outbuilding 45' x 30' (13.72m x 9.14m) Having a 15ft wide opening. Important Information It should be noted that a right of way exists from the main entrance gate for a short distance to provide access to a building adjoining this property which is under separate ownership. Services We are advised that mains water and electricity are connected to the property. The properties have individual oil fired central heating systems. Drainage is to a recently upgraded private system.

8 bed house

Stepaside, Narberth, SA67 8PH

listed on 2019-08-13  PurpleBricks   

Being Sold by Online Auction Starting Bids from £475,000 Buy it now option available Please call or visit Purplebricks Online Auctions for more information. Auction Ends 31/10/19 at 14:00 Purple Bricks Online Auctions is a new, innovative and pioneering platform for buying and selling property. Open to both cash and mortgage buyers. It provides all the benefits synonymous with traditional auctions, including: speed and certainty of sale, transparency and zero risk of gazumping or double-selling but with the added advantage of being able to bid pressure-free from the comfort of your own home or office via desktop, tablet or mobile phone. Purplebricks also offer a Buy-it-Now feature which allows you to place an offer and purchase before the Auction end date. To book a viewing visit Purplebricks If you are looking for a change of scenery and lifestyle, Bangeston House with two holiday letting cottages, a static caravan, a timber cabin, open countryside & Carmarthen Bay views and approx. three acres of land will be the perfect property for you. Benefiting from eight bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 4 reception rooms and a large integral garage, this property has everything needed in a large family home with the Holiday Cottages having previously operated as a holiday letting business. Set well back off the A477 road, ( but accessed by a private gated entrance and a second access off a quiet country lane), Bangeston House is perfectly located almost equidistant from Tenby, Narberth and Pendine Sands, with Wisemans Bridge, Saundersfoot, Stepaside and Marros sands within a few minutes drive.

3 bed house

3 bedroom , Martletwy, Narberth

Old School And Former School House Charm And Character Tranquil Location Well Appointed Well Maintained Gardens Small Paddock Ample Parking Village Location No Forward Chain EPC Rating: G The School House and the Old School, built in 1852 are a pair of charming and unique properties, The School House boasts character features thoughout with exposed stone walls, beamed ceilings, stone fireplaces and original wooden staircase. The Old School sits adjacent to the main house and was once utilised as a successful restaurant called The Land Of Green Ginger. The Old School boasts the untouched bar room and magnificent fireplace with sash windows, the old bar and also the original school bell. The Old School has residential planning and would suite as a possible holiday let. Part of the building has already been converted to a self contained unit consisting of open plan kitchen,diner, snug, utility room and also a large bedroom and shower room. The School house is well appointed offering spacious accommodation that briefly comprises: Lounge, kitchen/diner, conservatory, garden room, two double bedrooms and bathroom. The grounds consist of well maintained gardens, small paddock and ample driveway parking. LOCATION: Martletwy is a small village which lies to the west of Narberth and is well known for its local vineyard and eaterie, Cwm Deri. Martletwy benefits from being a quiet community but is within 13 miles of the vibrant county town of Haverfordwest. Martletwy is also within a few minutes drive of the delightful riverside villages of Landshipping and Lawrenny, with its award winning cafe. The village is also well placed to access the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast with its renowned beaches and wildlife. Narberth is full to the brim of independent shops including craft and art galleys, bars and restaurants and boutiques. The town has everything you can need with health, dental, fitness and community centre and a primary school. There is a railway station and regular bus service to Haverfordwest, Carmarthen, Tenby and Saunderfoot. THE SCHOOL HOUSE Entrance Porch Lounge 3.660 x 3.554 (12'0' x 11'7') Dining Area 4.841 approx x 3.642 (15'10' approx x 11'11') Kitchen 4.144 x 2.361 (13'7' x 7'8') Conservatory 4.257 x 2.393 (13'11' x 7'10') Garden Room 4.424 x 3.430 (14'6' x 11'3') FIRST FLOOR Landing Bedroom 3.627 x 3.112 (11'10' x 10'2') Bedroom 3.665 x 3.626 (12'0' x 11'10') Bathroom 4.090 x 2.335 (13'5' x 7'7') THE OLD SCHOOL Entrance Hall Family Room/Bar 8.518 x 4.872 (27'11' x 15'11') Kitchen/Diner/Snug 6.537 max x 4.884 max (21'5' max x 16'0' max) Bedroom 4.837 x 4.515 (15'10' x 14'9') Shower Room 2.898 x 1.875 (9'6' x 6'1') 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 G We have been advised that the property has Private Drainage. MPO/MPO/OK/05/19

4 bed detached house

Stepaside, SA67

THE PROPERTY Situated on the outskirts of Stepaside, near Amroth, this versatile property enjoys lovely woodland and distant sea views. The four bedroom detached house sits in large grounds with a variety of mature shrubs and trees, and is currently configured as two separate two bedroom cottages. Cottage 1 - Entrance Porch, Lounge, Snug/Dining Room, Kitchen, Sun Room/Dining Area and Bathroom on the ground floor. The first floor has Two Bedrooms. Cottage 2 - Entrance Porch, Kitchen/Diner and Lounge on the ground floor. The first floor has a Bathroom and Two Bedrooms. Situated in the grounds is a log cabin with well presented accommodation comprising Living Area, Kitchen, Inner Hallway, Bathroom and Two Bedrooms. At the front of the cabin is an enclosed veranda accessed from both the living area and the master bedroom. The property is approached by a front driveway which enjoys distant sea views and provides off road parking for about six cars. There are lawned areas to the front and side, sheltered by mature shrubs. There is also a wooden shed which is included in the sale. The village of Stepaside is just a few miles from the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline at Wiseman's Bridge and Amroth and the amenities in Kilgetty such as supermarket, train station, shops, pharmacy, school, etc. Sheepwalks would make a lovely family home or investment due to its versatility. AGENT'S NOTE We have not seen, or been provided with, any planning consents or building regulations should they be necessary. COTTAGE 1 PORCH uPVC double glazed door. Windows to side and front. Stone floor. Timber stable door with glass pane giving access to lounge. LOUNGE 15' 00' x 12' 05' (4.57m x 3.78m) uPVC double glazed window to front. Open fire with slate hearth in stone surround. Exposed beams. Stone floor. Stairs to first floor. Wall uplights. Doors to dining room and kitchen. SNUG/DINING ROOM 10' 00' x 12' 05' (3.05m x 3.78m) uPVC double glazed window to front. Multi fuel stove in original stone feature wall. Exposed beams. Side lights. Built in bookcase (blocked up doorway to adjacent cottage). KITCHEN 20' 00' x 20' 00' (6.1m x 6.1m) L shaped room. 2 uPVC double glazed windows to rear. Fitted range of hand made wall and base units with matching worktop. Gas hob. Oil fired Celt range with double oven. Integral dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Enamel Belfast type sink with mixer tap and tiled surround. Stone floor. Door to pantry with built in shelving. uPVC double glazed window to rear. Stable door with glass pane to side. Open plan to sun room/dining area. REVERSE VIEW SUN ROOM/DINING AREA uPVC double glazed windows to two sides. French doors to front. BATHROOM 8' 5' x 7' 5' (2.57m x 2.26m) uPVC frosted pane double glazed window to side and one to rear. Fitted with suite comprising bath with overhead electric shower and shower screen, WC and wash hand basin. Tiled surround. Door to storage cupboard housing the water tank with immersion heater. Hatch to roof space. FIRST FLOOR LANDING Hatch to roof space. BEDROOM 1 10' 10' x 12' 05' (3.3m x 3.78m) uPVC double glazed window to front. Two fitted wardrobes. Sea and woodland views. BEDROOM 2 12' 05' x 10' 00' (3.78m x 3.05m) uPVC double glazed window to front. Sea and woodland views. COTTAGE 2 PORCH uPVC double glazed sliding door into porch. Doors to kitchen and lounge. Ceramic floor tiles. KITCHEN/DINER 15' 10' x 14' 05' (4.83m x 4.39m) L shaped room. uPVC double glazed window to rear, front and side. Fitted with a range of wall and base units with matching worktop. Inset sink with mixer tap and drainer. Electric oven and hob with extractor over. Space and connection for under counter fridge/freezer. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Tiled floor. Spotlights. Tiled surround. Ample room for family sized dining table. Door to large storage cupboard. REVERSE VIEW LOUNGE 16' 10' x 11' 05' (5.13m x 3.48m) uPVC double glazed window and French doors to front. Wall mounted electric fire. Exposed beams. Exposed feature stone wall. Stairs to first floor. Boarded up interconnecting doorway to adjacent cottage. FIRST FLOOR LANDING L shaped. Window to rear. Doors to all rooms. BEDROOM 1/3 12' 10' x 11' 05' (3.91m x 3.48m) uPVC double glazed window to front. Wooden flooring. Fitted wardrobes. Lovely woodland and distant sea views. Cupboard housing hot water tank. BEDROOM 2/4 10' 0' x 7' 0' (3.05m x 2.13m) uPVC double glazed window to front. Lovely woodland and distant sea views. Wooden flooring. Door to roof terrace. Loft access. ROOF TERRACE Enclosed by a timber fence. Enjoys beautiful countryside and distant sea views. BATHROOM 7' 0' x 6' 10' (2.13m x 2.08m) uPVC double glazed frosted pane window to rear. Fitted with suite comprising bath with overhead electric shower and shower screen, WC and wash hand basin with light and shaver point over. Tiled surround. Vinyl flooring. LOG CABIN Enclosed by a timber fence with a decked veranda to the front. LIVING ROOM 15' 05' x 15' 05' (4.7m x 4.7m) Open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with wooden double glazed French doors to front and window to side. Wooden flooring. Electric heater. Spotlights. Double doors to hallway giving access to both bedrooms and bathroom. KITCHEN Fitted with a range of wall and base units with matching worktop and tiled surround. Sink with drainer. Space for electric cooker. Spaces for under counter appliances. INNER HALLWAY Doors to all rooms. BEDROOM 1 13' 0' x 8' 10' (3.96m x 2.69m) Wooden double glazed window to side and French doors to front. Electric heater. Spotlights. Electricity point for outdoor lights. BEDROOM 2 8' 10' x 6' 10' (2.69m x 2.08m) Wooden double glazed window to rear. Spotlights. BATHROOM 8' 10' x 6' 10' (2.69m x 2.08m) Wooden double glazed window to front. Fitted with suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle with overhead electric shower. Heated towel rail. Tiled surround. EXTERNALLY Access to the property can be gained over a front driveway which provides off road parking for about six cars. There are also lawned areas to the front and side, sheltered by mature shrubs. To the side is a wooden storage shed which is included in the sale. DRIVEWAY & PARKING VIEWS TOWARDS AMROTH DIRECTIONS From Tenby head north to Kilgetty and at the first roundabout turn right onto the A477 towards Carmarthen. Take the right turn into Stepaside and proceed over the hill for approximately 2 miles. The driveway to Sheepwalks will be found on the left, immediately after the turning to Ludchurch.

4 bed house

Landshipping, Narberth, Pembrokeshire

listed on 2019-09-04  John Francis   

Idyllic 4 Bedroom Cottage Close To The River and Slip Modern With Much Character Mature Cottage Gardens and Parking Potential For A S/C Annex EPC Rating D RIVER VIEWS. A truly charming cottage set in pretty gardens just a few yards from the foreshore of the upper reaches of the Cleddau River and enjoying river views all year round. Having been extensively modernised in recent years the reversed accommodation offers the flexibility to provide a separate annex if required. Being an 18th Century modernised cottage, there are many character features throughout the property as well as the garden offering much interest, not forgetting the raised deck with super river views. Additionally there is parking for several cars as well as space for a boat/caravan. There is also a balcony off the lounge, open plan kitchen dining room and a second living room/kitchen and 2 bathrooms. Landshipping is popular with the boating fraternity as it has a FREE slip, there are also moorings available through the local club, subject to application/conditions. For those looking for peace and quiet in a riverside setting you will have to go a long way to beat Ivy Cottage. Location Landshipping is a small riverside Hamlet in the heart of South Pembrokeshire. It is centrally located enabling access to the nearby towns and attractions. Narberth is the nearest town and provides a good range of shopping, business and leisure amenities. There is also a Primary school nearby in Templeton. The larger towns of Haverfordwest and Pembroke Dock are approx a 20 minute drive, not forgetting the superb beaches and coastline at Tenby and Saundersfoot, approx a 15 minute drive. Conservatory 12'10 x 6'10 (3.91m x 2.08m) Entered via french doors from the garden into a bespoke conservatory, double glazed to two sides, pitched self cleaning glazed roof, wood flooring, radiator, double glazed inner door to: Vestibule Double glazed window to side, tiled flooring, partly glazed inner door to: Hallway Oak flooring, 2 radiators, 2 double glazed windows to rear, double glazed door to rear garden, 2 ceiling lights, linen cupboard, main staircase to: Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room 20' x 16'6 (6.10m x 5.03m) A bespoke kitchen comprising a substantial range of oak wall and base units, extensive solid oak matching work surfaces, dresser style arrangement, built in hob and extractor unit, oven with warming drawer, integrated dishwasher, 2 fridges, plumbing for washing machine, freezer, unit housing the Worcester oil fired combi boiler serving the central heating and hot water to the property, matching wine rack, single drainer sink unit, double glazed windows to side, skylight windows to the rear and front with views over the estuary, recessed ceiling lights, radiator, double doors to: Lounge 20'6 x 10'6 (6.25m x 3.20m) Wood flooring, brick fireplace with log burner on slate hearth, 2 ceiling lights, double glazed French doors to balcony that is railed with glazed panels with lovely views over the surrounding area, river and shore line, radiator, Downstairs Bedroom 1 15'1 x 13'5 (4.60m x 4.09m) 2 double glazed windows to front with views of the estuary, radiator, wood flooring, double glazed window to side, ceiling light, built in wardrobe. Bedroom 2 16'6 x 10'5 (5.03m x 3.18m) Double glazed window to front with views of the estuary, wood flooring, radiator, ceiling light. Family Bathroom 7'2 x 7' (2.18m x 2.13m) White suite with contrasting black panelling comprising low level WC., pedestal wash hand basin, recessed ceiling lights, bath with period style mixer/shower attachment and curtain rail, heated towel rail. Bedroom 3 12'10 x 11'2 (3.91m x 3.40m) Double glazed window to front, wood flooring, recessed ceiling lights, radiator, storage cupboard. Second Sitting Room/Kitchen 21'4 x 9'10 (6.50m x 3.00m) Wood flooring, double glazed French doors to front with lovely views of the estuary, recess ceiling lights, wall mounted up-lights, radiators x 2. The kitchen comprises a good range of base and wall mounted units with 2 glass display cupboards with internal lighting, extensive work surfaces, built in Stoves oven and hob, stainless steel canopy extractor, single drainer stainless steel sink unit, double glazed window and door to rear garden, radiator x 2, second staircase to: Bedroom 4 18'6 max X 11'4 (5.64m max X 3.45m) Skylight roof windows, views of the estuary and beyond to Picton Castle, fitted carpet with timber edging, ceiling light, radiator. Access to eaves storage area. Shower Room 9'3 x 7'10 (2.82m x 2.39m) Double sized glazed screen shower cubicle with a power shower., low level WC., pedestal wash hand basin, skylight roof window, radiator, ceiling light. Light and razor point, built in storage cupboards. Externally This attractive property is complemented by the pretty cottage style gardens that surround it. To the front is a car port providing parking for 2 cars with gated access to the garden. In front of the house itself there are further gated gravelled parking areas for additional vehicles, boats, caravans etc., these are bounded by colourful flower beds and borders. There is a front lawn bounded by an established shrub border leading to the raised ponds with waterfall. To the side are gravelled pathways around the raised herb, flower beds and borders. To the rear there is a further gravelled area beyond which the garden rises to a mature shrub planted area providing colour and interest throughout the year. At the top of the garden is a large sun deck overlooking the garden and has delightful views of the river and distant shoreline. Workshop 11'9 x 7'4 (3.58m x 2.24m) Located to the rear of the property. French doors, power and light connected, workbench, windows to rear and side. Services We have been advised that main water and electricity are connected, private drainage, oil.

5 bed detached house

5 bedroom , Templeton, Narberth

Detached House Three Reception Rooms Five Bedrooms Two Bathrooms Well Appointed No Forward Chain Garage And Ample Driveway Parking Good Size Garden Pleasant Location EPC Rating: E Fresh Fields is a substantial five bedroom detached house situated in the popular village of Templeton providing some amenities and within easy access to the town of Narberth and short drive to the popular seaside resorts of Saundersfoot and Tenby. The property is well appointed offering spacious reception rooms and has a unique layout that is spreed over four floors . Early viewing is highly recommend to appreciate this delightful family home that benefits from no forward chain, ample driveway parking, detached garage, workshop and well maintained garden. The accommodation briefly comprises: Large entrance hallway, lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room, games room, snug, five bedrooms, ample storage areas, two bathrooms and cloakroom. LOCATION: Narberth or Arberth in Welsh plays a high profile in Welsh mythology. The former town hall still houses the cell where those involved in the Rebecca Riots were imprisoned. To learn more about the history of Narberth visit its brilliant museum. It is also home to several sporting teams, including Narberth RFC who currently play in the Welsh Championship and Narberth Football and Cricket club. Narberth is full to the brim with independent shops including craft and art galleries, bars and restaurants and boutiques. The town has everything you can need with health, dental, fitness and community centres and a Museum. Narberth is twinned with Ludlow and both towns celebrate an annual food festival which takes place on the fourth weekend of September every year. There is a regular bus service running to Haverfordwest, Carmarthen and the outlying villages and a railway station. Entrance Hallway Games Room 4.220 x 3.934 (13'10' x 12'10') Utility Room 2.829 x 2.331 (9'3' x 7'7') Store Room 2.246 x 1.697 (7'4' x 5'6') FIRST FLOOR Snug / Bedroom 4.551 x 2.649 (14'11' x 8'8') Bedroom 4.532 into recess x 4.230 max (14'10' into recess Bedroom 3.530 x 2.526 (11'6' x 8'3') Shower Room 2.991 x 1.798 (9'9' x 5'10') SECOND FLOOR Kitchen/Diner 6.648 approx x 3.918 approx (21'9' approx x 12'10' Lounge 6.672 approx x 4.292 approx (21'10' approx x 14'0' Cloakroom 1.942 x 0.821 (6'4' x 2'8') THIRD FLOOR Bedroom 4.234 x 4.536 into recess (13'10' x 14'10' into re Bedroom 4.555 x 2.651 (14'11' x 8'8') Bedroom 3.531 x 2.523 (11'7' x 8'3') Bathroom 3.356 x 1.808 (11'0' x 5'11') Garage 5.243 x 4.022 (17'2' x 13'2') 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 F MPO/MPO/OK/06/19

4 bed detached house

Pendeilo Coach House - Amroth

listed on 2019-08-31  Guy Thomas and Co   

A SIZEABLE CONVERTED AND EXTENDED BARN HAVING ANOTHER BARN WITH POTENTIAL IN A DELIGHTFUL RURAL BUT NOT REMOTE SETTING *Note - the house will be painted externally. (reference: R10077) GENERAL Pendeilo Coach House is situated within the south-east section of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It is about half a mile south of the A477T and a mile or so north of the beach at Amroth. The picturesque resorts of Saundersfoot and Tenby are around four and seven miles respectively. The 19th Century Barn was apparently converted during the mid 1970s. It provides comfortable family size accommodation with character. There are stunning rural views from several rooms. The additional Barn may be ideal for a tradesman or the like and, subject to consent, it could possibly be converted into Holiday Cottages or the like. With approximate dimensions, the accommodation briefly comprises.... GROUND FLOOR Entrance Porch Canopied hardwood front door, tiled floor, part glazed double doors to... Hall Walk-in shelved pantry, storage cupboard, tiled floor, turning staircase. Utility Room/WC 8'2' x 6'7' (2.49m x 2.01m) window to front, sink, WC, plumbing for washing machine, storage cupboard, tiled floor. Kitchen/Diner 15'0' x 10'0' (4.57m x 3.05m) a well lit room with south and west aspects including countryside views, recently refitted with attractive range of wall and base units having pale grey doors and contrasting works surfaces, double bowled sink, electric cooker point, liquid petroleum gas hob with extractor, plumbing for dishwasher etc.. Sitting Room 21'1' x 14'3' (6.43m x 4.34m) double aspect with windows to both sides featuring Contura wood burning stove with feature stone lintel, beamed ceiling, built-in cupboard and recess, access to ... Study/Snug 17'6' x 9'7' (5.33m x 2.92m) double aspect 10 ft. (3.05m) high beamed ceiling. Garden/Sun Room 15'11' x 9'1' (4.85m x 2.77m) an attractive addition having picture window with countryside outlooks, French doors and three skylights, oak flooring. FIRST FLOOR Landing Side window. Bedroom 1 17'4' x 13'0' (5.28m x 3.96m) overall, west facing with panoramic rural views, side window, access to .. En-suite Bathroom/WC 6'7' x 5'6' (2.01m x 1.68m) suite comprising bath, wash hand basin and WC. Bedroom 2 12'7' x 11'6' (3.84m x 3.51m) plus shelved recess, south facing, wash hand basin. Bedroom 3 12'6' x 8'10' (3.81m x 2.69m) southern aspect, wash hand basin. Bedroom 4 9'9' x 7'9' (2.97m x 2.36m) plus built-in wardrobes, cupboards and airing cupboard, south facing. Bathroom/WC 7'7' x 6'3' (2.31m x 1.90m) suite comprising feature bath with electric shower and screen over, wash hand basin and WC, heated towel rail, tiling. OUTSIDE Parking Area and stone raised bed to front. Double timber gates provide access to rear. Stone Barn in three sections i.e. 16'9' x 14'3' (5.11m x 4.34m) with double timber doors, 25'1' x 14'4' (7.65m x 4.37m) and 14'4' x 14'4' (4.37m x 4.37m). Extensive paved patio. Gardens incorporate lawns, a nature pond, ornamental shrubs and specimen trees plus vegetable beds etc. Poly Tunnel and Greenhouse. Substantial stone walling provides privacy. SERVICES ETC. (none tested) Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating from a Starflow boiler. All the windows are double glazed. TENURE We understand this to be Freehold. DIRECTIONS Whilst travelling along the A477T in an easterly direction, On approaching the village of Llanteg, take the right turning signposted 'Llanteglos Estate' Proceed along to a junction and turn right. After a short distance, the access to Pendeilo Coach House will be found on the right hand side - this has signs Pendeilo Farm House and Lower Pendeilo. Follow this lane for a few hundred yards until it comes to a fork to Lower Pendeilo, keep to the right (straight on) until you come to a white Victorian farmhouse, Pendeilo Coach House is next door with a cartwheel outside the house. AGENT'S NOTE The Vendors are in the process of progressing a few matters e.g. external repainting of the House and various internal redecoration. At present, these matters are work in progress. Floor plans Energy Efficiency Disclaimer These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment. Share Contact Details To view this property or request more details, contact Guy Thomas & Co 33 Main Street Pembroke Pembrokeshire SA71 4JS Tel : 01646 682342 Email : Web : Other Information This page has been viewed 81 times since 31/08/2019     0/0

5 bed house

Trelessy Road, Llanteg

listed on 2019-04-21  John Francis   

Spacious New Build With Wow Factor Sea And Rural Views 5 Bedrooms, 3 En Suite, 3 Receptions Quiet Village Location Close To Coast Garage, Parking, LPG Central Heating EPC Rating C ***NEW BUILD WITH SEA VIEWS*** An opportunity to purchase a newly built extremely spacious and well designed family home in a peaceful village location yet convenient for the main trunk road and just a few minutes from the popular Blue flag beach at Amroth. Features within the property include the very spacious open plan living area/kitchen, lounge with exposed timber beam being located on the first floor in order to take full advantage of the sea and rural views with patio doors leading to balcony. A further 2 double bedrooms both en suite can be found on the first floor. The ground floor consists of 3 double bedrooms (2 en suite), together with shower room and 2 further spacious reception rooms, one with double-glazed doors leading to patio area. There is ample parking as well as a garage. Llanteg is a peaceful hamlet just off the A477 allowing ease of access to nearby towns as well as Carmarthen and onto the M4. The magnificent South Pembrokeshire coastline is only a couple of minutes drive away. Entrance Porch Double-glazed door leads through to entrance porch, tiled floor, double-glazed window to both sides, door leading through into main house. Reception Hall 14'1 x 11'09 (4.29m x 3.58m) Double-glazed window to fore, stairs leading to first floor, door leads through to garage, door to bedroom 4,door to: Inner Reception Room 16'1 x 13' approx (4.90m x 3.96m appro x) Spacious area ideal for relaxing, radiator, 2 ceiling lights, double-glazed door leads through to proposed patio area, door to bedrooms 5 and 3: Bedroom 4 16' x 13'1 (4.88m x 3.99m) Large double room, double-glazed window to fore providing sea views, further double-glazed window to side, 2 radiators. Bedroom 5 9'1 x 9' (2.77m x 2.74m) Radiator, ceiling light, double-glazed window to fore. Bedroom 3 14' x 10' (4.27m x 3.05m) Radiator, ceiling light, double-glazed window to side. En Suite Shower Room 10'1 x 3'1 (3.07m x 0.94m) Tiled flooring, ceiling light, obscure double-glazed window to rear, shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin. Shower Room 9' x 3' (2.74m x 0.91m) Tiled flooring, shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, obscure double-glazed window to rear, ceiling light, heated towel rail. First Floor Open plan living accommodation with kitchen area and dining area with stunning sea views, doors to bedrooms 1 and 2: Bedroom 2 13' x 12' (3.96m x 3.66m) Ceiling light, radiator, double-glazed window to rear, door to: En Suite Shower Room 6'1 x 6' (1.85m x 1.83m) Enclosed corner shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, ceiling light, heated towel rail. Master Bedroom 15'1 x 14' (4.60m x 4.27m) Large double bedroom, double-glazed window to rear, 2 radiators, ceiling light, access to loft space, door to: En Suite Bathroom 10' x 7' (3.05m x 2.13m) Ceiling light, shower cubicle, panel bath, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bidet, obscure double-glazed window to side, tiled walls. WC 5' x 3' (1.52m x 0.91m) Ceiling light, heated towel rail, low level WC, wash hand basin. Open Plan Living Accommodation 36' x 25' max (10.97m x 7.62m max) This space has the 'Wow' factor, mood lighting to one wall, designed to take full advantage of the stunning sea views, staircase separates the kitchen area from the living area. Kitchen Area Range of timber wall and base units with worktop over incorporating double stainless steel sink drainer unit, built-in electric oven with 4 ring gas hob over, extractor, built-in fridge, space for fridge freezer, part tiled walls, double glazed window with sea views, cupboard pantry to the rear. Lounge Area Exposed timber beam to ceiling, spacious area, double-glazed Velux to rear, double-glazed window to fore with sea views, patio doors lead through onto a timber balcony taking full advantage of the sea views. Garage 19'1 x 10' (5.82m x 3.05m) Up-and-over door, power connected, utility area to one side. Externally To the fore is off road parking for 4/5/cars, small garden area to the rear Services We are advised that mains services are connected. LPG central heating system. Drainage to a private water treatment plant.