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4 bed detached house

Beechwood Park, Narberth

listed on 2020-05-09  Fine and Country   

Offers Over £1,000,000 CUSTOM TITLE Detached executive home set in approx 13.5 acres ROOMS 4 4 4 2 Benefitting from total privacy and seclusion 4/5 Bedrooms two having en-suite facility Beautiful features throughout Large open plan family accommodation Set on the periphery of the sought after town of Narberth Double garage, private gated driveway and well manicured gardens Outbuildings ideal for equestrian / machinery store An opportunity not to be missed Architect designed and built in the 1980’s, Beechwood Park offers 4/5 bedrooms and plenty of living space. It would be perfect for an active family. The paddock that extends to about 13.5 acres would be ideal for anyone looking to live the ‘Good Life’. The popular town of Narberth is only two minutes drive away. Recently featured in the Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in the UK, Narberth has a railway station, bus services, primary school, small supermarkets, and a wide range of independent shops. There are also pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities. Two minutes drive in the other direction is the A40 with its link to the end of the M4, which is about 35-40 minutes drive away. Beechwood Park has been finished to a high standard. The house has an open and airy feel, and is flooded with natural light from the hardwood windows and patio doors. There are wonderful rural views from all of the principal rooms, and from the terraces in the delightful garden. Entrance The portico with brick faced columns leads to the hardwood front door. Either side of it are panels with glazed and hardwood tall strip sections. The door opens into the: Vestibule The high quality finish of this property is reflected with the marble tile floor in this entrance space. Hall A warm and welcoming space with steps up to: Sitting room This large living space has an open and airy feel due to the double height steel A frame ceiling. The two sliding patio doors ensure there is lots of natural light. They give access to the raised terrace at the rear. For when the weather turns cooler there is a AGA multi fuel stove mounted on brick hearth, and set into a brick fireplace. There is lots of room for sofas and other casual seating making this room perfect for relaxing or for throwing a party. Mezzanine A flexible space that it currently used as an artist’s studio, but it could be a playroom, home cinema, or an office. In the corner is a bar with an inset stainless steel sink. The steel A frame ceiling helps to emphasise the light and airy atmosphere. Natural light floods in from the wide designer window to the front and from the two Velux style roof lights. Cloakroom There is a WC, wash hand basin in a vanity unit with cupboards below, and a heated towel rail. The window to the side offers garden views, and the floor is tiled. Dining room Perfect for entertaining family and friends with lots of room for a large table and chairs. Guests will love the rural views from the large sliding patio door, which also opens onto a terrace at the rear. One wonderful feature is the internal lozenge shaped internal window. In the ceiling are recessed lights. The large serving hatch links through to the kitchen. Office / bedroom Currently used as an office, it could be used as an additional double bedroom if required. A large working space with room for two desks, bookcases, and filing cabinets, it would be perfect for anyone who needs to work from home. Lounge Another large living space which has plenty of room for sofas and armchairs. It is the perfect place to relax. The two hardwood windows to the front have deep cills, and there is a window to the side. All offer views of the garden. The brick fireplace has been built into a curved kiln shape, and has an inset LPG gas effect fire. Kitchen The heart of the home. A high quality fully fitted kitchen with numerous base & eye level units providing excellent storage. Keen cooks will love the new AGA that has three ovens, a roasting oven, a baking oven and a simmering oven, and two hot plates in the main section. Adjoining is an additional module with one fan-assisted oven and a second oven/grill, and a four burner gas hob. Above it is an extractor system. The beautiful granite worktops helps to emphasise the quality finish. There is space for a large free standing upright fridge/freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher, and twin stainless steel sinks and drainer. The breakfast bar has a granite top. Attached to it is built in kitchen table that has extra cupboards at one end. The wide window to the rear offers views of the garden, paddock, and fields beyond. The tiled floor makes it a practical room. Door to: Rear lobby The back door has frosted panels. The floor is tiled. Utility room A large practical space with fitted base units, and a large Butler sink, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, room for freezers and wine fridges. The floor is tiled. Walk in airing cupboard This houses one of the two hot water tanks that serve the property. There are slatted shelves and a tiled floor. Cloakroom There is a WC, a tiled floor, the walls are part tiled, and a frosted window to the side. From Hall Inner lobby Master Suite bedroom This large double bedroom reflects the open and airy nature of Beechwood Park. As well as space for a super kingsize bed there is room for a casual seating area, and a dressing table. The window to the rear looks over the paddock and the countryside beyond. A large sliding patio door gives access to the lower terrace. In the ceiling are recessed lights. The wide brick arch leads through to the: Dressing area There is plenty of space for a large free standing wardrobe, chest of drawers, and hanging rails. In the ceiling are recessed lights. Ensuite This is equipped with a Jacuzzi bath, large shower unit, WC, heated towel rail and bidet. The twin wash hand basins are set into a counter top. There are recessed ceiling lights. The wide window to the rear has wonderful views of the fields and countryside. Bedroom Another large double bedroom with space for a free standing double wardrobe, and other bedroom furniture. The wash hand basin in the corner sits in a vanity unit with a cupboard and drawers below. The bedroom enjoys a dual aspect so is flooded with natural light. The window to the side looks across the surrounding fields. On a clear day it is possible to see the Preseli Hills in the distance, while the window to the rear offers panoramic views of the countryside. Bathroom Completely redesigned to a very high standard, again reflecting the high quality that runs through this property, this bathroom is well equipped with a large shower unit, feature bath with swan neck taps, bidet, WC, ladder heated towel rail, and a wash hand basin in a vanity unit with cupboards below. The floor is covered with marble tiles, and the walls with ceramic tiles. The tops to the units, bath surround, basin surround and window sills are all in granite. There is a mosaic tiled step up to the bath and shower. The wide window to the side has views across the fields to the Preseli Hills beyond. Bedroom Perfect as a guest suite, with a large double bedroom and a well equipped en-suite. There is space for a large free standing wardrobe, and room for other bedroom furniture. The wash hand basin is set into a vanity unit with a cupboard below. Again this bedroom has a dual aspect so it is light and bright. The wide window to the front overlooks the garden and paddock, while the one to the side has a vista of fields and woodland. Ensuite This large spacious bathroom has been recently renovated and is well equipped. The walk in shower has a rain fall head and a separate hand spray. Additionally there is a WC, bidet, and a heated towel rail. There is a step up to the feature bath with a tiled surround. The walls and floor are covered with travertine style tiles. The wide window to the side offers a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside. Bedroom Another large double bedroom that is currently set up as a twin room. There is plenty of room for a dressing table and a large free standing wardrobe. In the ceiling are recessed lights. The window to the front has garden views. Externally The automatic wrought iron double gates open onto a tarmac drive which then leads onto a parking area with space for several cars. The turning circle has a circular island with mature trees and borders. The drive has street lighting. The double garage has two remote control doors, and a workshop area. To the rear are base units for storage and at one end is a sink and drainer. The cloakroom has a WC. The garage has a door to the front and one to the back. Natural light comes in from windows to the side and rear. A useful store room is attached to the side of the garage. The boiler room houses the oil fired boiler that runs the hot water and central heating systems. The front garden has several mature borders, shrubs and beautiful spring flowers. Most of the front and back gardens are set to lawn. At the rear are three terraces - the gravel terrace gets the morning sun; steps then lead up to the south facing middle terrace which is ideal for Al Fresco dining, and offers wonderful far reaching countryside views; the other terrace gets the afternoon sun. A gate gives access to the paddock. To the side is a productive vegetable patch, and a large young orchard with several varieties of apples, pears, and cherries etc. The paddock extends to about 13.5 acres and wraps around both sides, front and to the rear of the property. There is a large steel frame agricultural building with a roller door. This could be used for stable. The paddock is ideally suited for equestrian use.. The paddock is bordered by a hedge and mature trees. Media

5 bed house

Stoneyford, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67

listed on 2020-05-09  FBM Estate Agents   

Detached executive home set in approx 13.5 acres Benefitting from total privacy and seclusion 4/5 Bedrooms two having en-suite facility Beautiful features throughout Large open plan family accommodation Set on the periphery of the sought after town of Narberth Double garage, private gated driveway and well manicured gardens Outbuildings ideal for equestrian / machinery store An opportunity not to be missed Architect designed and built in the 1980's, Beechwood Park offers 4/5 bedrooms and plenty of living space. It would be perfect for an active family. The paddock that extends to about 13.5 acres would be ideal for anyone looking to live the ''Good Life'. The popular town of Narberth is only two minutes drive away. Recently featured in the Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in the UK, Narberth has a railway station, bus services, primary school, small supermarkets, and a wide range of independent shops. There are also pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities. Two minutes drive in the other direction is the A40 with its link to the end of the M4, which is about 35-40 minutes drive away. Beechwood Park has been finished to a high standard. The house has an open and airy feel, and is flooded with natural light from the hardwood windows and patio doors. There are wonderful rural views from all of the principal rooms, and from the terraces in the delightful garden. Entrance The portico with brick faced columns leads to the hardwood front door. Either side of it are panels with glazed and hardwood tall strip sections. The door opens into the: Vestibule The high quality finish of this property is reflected with the marble tile floor in this entrance space. Hall A warm and welcoming space with steps up to: Sitting room This large living space has an open and airy feel due to the double height steel A frame ceiling. The two sliding patio doors ensure there is lots of natural light. They give access to the raised terrace at the rear. For when the weather turns cooler there is a AGA multi fuel stove mounted on brick hearth, and set into a brick fireplace. There is lots of room for sofas and other casual seating making this room perfect for relaxing or for throwing a party. Mezzanine A flexible space that it currently used as an artist's studio, but it could be a playroom, home cinema, or an office. In the corner is a bar with an inset stainless steel sink. The steel A frame ceiling helps to emphasise the light and airy atmosphere. Natural light floods in from the wide designer window to the front and from the two Velux style roof lights. Cloakroom There is a WC, wash hand basin in a vanity unit with cupboards below, and a heated towel rail. The window to the side offers garden views, and the floor is tiled. Dining room Perfect for entertaining family and friends with lots of room for a large table and chairs. Guests will love the rural views from the large sliding patio door, which also opens onto a terrace at the rear. One wonderful feature is the internal lozenge shaped internal window. In the ceiling are recessed lights. The large serving hatch links through to the kitchen. Office / bedroom Currently used as an office, it could be used as an additional double bedroom if required. A large working space with room for two desks, bookcases, and filing cabinets, it would be perfect for anyone who needs to work from home. Lounge Another large living space which has plenty of room for sofas and armchairs. It is the perfect place to relax. The two hardwood windows to the front have deep cills, and there is a window to the side. All offer views of the garden. The brick fireplace has been built into a curved kiln shape, and has an inset LPG gas effect fire. Kitchen The heart of the home. A high quality fully fitted kitchen with numerous base & eye level units providing excellent storage. Keen cooks will love the new AGA that has three ovens, a roasting oven, a baking oven and a simmering oven, and two hot plates in the main section. Adjoining is an additional module with one fan-assisted oven and a second oven/grill, and a four burner gas hob. Above it is an extractor system. The beautiful granite worktops helps to emphasise the quality finish. There is space for a large free standing upright fridge/freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher, and twin stainless steel sinks and drainer. The breakfast bar has a granite top. Attached to it is built in kitchen table that has extra cupboards at one end. The wide window to the rear offers views of the garden, paddock, and fields beyond. The tiled floor makes it a practical room. Door to: Rear lobby The back door has frosted panels. The floor is tiled. Utility room A large practical space with fitted base units, and a large Butler sink, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, room for freezers and wine fridges. The floor is tiled. Walk in airing cupboard This houses one of the two hot water tanks that serve the property. There are slatted shelves and a tiled floor. Cloakroom There is a WC, a tiled floor, the walls are part tiled, and a frosted window to the side. From Hall Inner lobby Master Suite bedroom This large double bedroom reflects the open and airy nature of Beechwood Park. As well as space for a super kingsize bed there is room for a casual seating area, and a dressing table. The window to the rear looks over the paddock and the countryside beyond. A large sliding patio door gives access to the lower terrace. In the ceiling are recessed lights. The wide brick arch leads through to the: Dressing area There is plenty of space for a large free standing wardrobe, chest of drawers, and hanging rails. In the ceiling are recessed lights. Ensuite This is equipped with a Jacuzzi bath, large shower unit, WC, heated towel rail and bidet. The twin wash hand basins are set into a counter top. There are recessed ceiling lights. The wide window to the rear has wonderful views of the fields and countryside. Bedroom Another large double bedroom with space for a free standing double wardrobe, and other bedroom furniture. The wash hand basin in the corner sits in a vanity unit with a cupboard and drawers below. The bedroom enjoys a dual aspect so is flooded with natural light. The window to the side looks across the surrounding fields. On a clear day it is possible to see the Preseli Hills in the distance, while the window to the rear offers panoramic views of the countryside. Bathroom Completely redesigned to a very high standard, again reflecting the high quality that runs through this property, this bathroom is well equipped with a large shower unit, feature bath with swan neck taps, bidet, WC, ladder heated towel rail, and a wash hand basin in a vanity unit with cupboards below. The floor is covered with marble tiles, and the walls with ceramic tiles. The tops to the units, bath surround, basin surround and window sills are all in granite. There is a mosaic tiled step up to the bath and shower. The wide window to the side has views across the fields to the Preseli Hills beyond. Bedroom Perfect as a guest suite, with a large double bedroom and a well equipped en-suite. There is space for a large free standing wardrobe, and room for other bedroom furniture. The wash hand basin is set into a vanity unit with a cupboard below. Again this bedroom has a dual aspect so it is light and bright. The wide window to the front overlooks the garden and paddock, while the one to the side has a vista of fields and woodland. Ensuite This large spacious bathroom has been recently renovated and is well equipped. The walk in shower has a rain fall head and a separate hand spray. Additionally there is a WC, bidet, and a heated towel rail. There is a step up to the feature bath with a tiled surround. The walls and floor are covered with travertine style tiles. The wide window to the side offers a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside. Bedroom Another large double bedroom that is currently set up as a twin room. There is plenty of room for a dressing table and a large free standing wardrobe. In the ceiling are recessed lights. The window to the front has garden views. Externally The automatic wrought iron double gates open onto a tarmac drive which then leads onto a parking area with space for several cars. The turning circle has a circular island with mature trees and borders. The drive has street lighting. The double garage has two remote control doors, and a workshop area. To the rear are base units for storage and at one end is a sink and drainer. The cloakroom has a WC. The garage has a door to the front and one to the back. Natural light comes in from windows to the side and rear. A useful store room is attached to the side of the garage. The boiler room houses the oil fired boiler that runs the hot water and central heating systems. The front garden has several mature borders, shrubs and beautiful spring flowers. Most of the front and back gardens are set to lawn. At the rear are three terraces - the gravel terrace gets the morning sun; steps then lead up to the south facing middle terrace which is ideal for Al Fresco dining, and offers wonderful far reaching countryside views; the other terrace gets the afternoon sun. A gate gives access to the paddock. To the side is a productive vegetable patch, and a large young orchard with several varieties of apples, pears, and cherries etc. The paddock extends to about 13.5 acres and wraps around both sides, front and to the rear of the property. There is a large steel frame agricultural building with a roller door. This could be used for stable. The paddock is ideally suited for equestrian use.. The paddock is bordered by a hedge and mature trees. Entrance The portico with brick faced columns leads to the hardwood front door. Either side of it are panels with glazed and hardwood tall strip sections. The door opens into the: Vestibule The high quality finish of this property is reflected with the marble tile floor in this entrance space. Hall A warm and welcoming space with steps up to: Sitting Room This large living space has an open and airy feel due to the double height steel A frame ceiling. The two sliding patio doors ensure there is lots of natural light. They give access to the raised terrace at the rear. For when the weather turns cooler there is a AGA multi fuel stove mounted on brick hearth, and set into a brick fireplace. There is lots of room for sofas and other casual seating making this room perfect for relaxing or for throwing a party.The hardwood spiral staircase leads up from the Hall to the: Mezzanine A flexible space that it currently used as an artist's studio, but it could be a playroom, home cinema, or an office. In the corner is a bar with an inset stainless steel sink. The steel A frame ceiling helps to emphasise the light and airy atmosphere. Natural light floods in from the wide designer window to the front and from the two Velux style roof lights. Cloakroom There is a WC, wash hand basin in a vanity unit with cupboards below, and a heated towel rail. The window to the side offers garden views, and the floor is tiled. Dining Room Perfect for entertaining family and friends with lots of room for a large table and chairs. Guests will love the rural views from the large sliding patio door, which also opens onto a terrace at the rear. One wonderful feature is the internal lozenge shaped internal window. In the ceiling are recessed lights. The large serving hatch links through to the kitchen. Office / bedroom Currently used as an office, it could be used as an additional double bedroom if required. A large working space with room for two desks, bookcases, and filing cabinets, it would be perfect for anyone who needs to work from home. Lounge Another large living space which has plenty of room for sofas and armchairs. It is the perfect place to relax. The two hardwood windows to the front have deep cills, and there is a window to the side. All offer views of the garden. The brick fireplace has been built into a curved kiln shape, and has an inset LPG gas effect fire. Kitchen The heart of the home. A high quality fully fitted kitchen with numerous base & eye level units providing excellent storage. Keen cooks will love the new AGA that has three ovens, a roasting oven, a baking oven and a simmering oven, and two hot plates in the main section. Adjoining is an additional module with one fan-assisted oven and a second oven/grill, and a four burner gas hob. Above it is an extractor system. The beautiful granite worktops helps to emphasise the quality finish. There is space for a large free standing upright fridge/freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher, and twin stainless steel sinks and drainer. The breakfast bar has a granite top. Attached to it is built in kitchen table that has extra cupboards at one end. The wide window to the rear offers views of the garden, paddock, and fields beyond. The tiled floor makes it a practical room. Door to: Rear lobby The back door has frosted panels. The floor is tiled. Utility Room A large practical space with fitted base units, and a large Butler sink, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, room for freezers and wine fridges. The floor is tiled. Walk in airing cupboard This houses one of the two hot water tanks that serve the property. There are slatted shelves and a tiled floor. Cloakroom There is a WC, a tiled floor, the walls are part tiled, and a frosted window to the side.From Hall Inner lobby A link to the bedroom, the lobby has a terracotta herringbone tiled floor. The wide windows to the side has glazed strip panels. The brick arch leads through to an inner hall. The airing cupboard houses the second hot water tank which is pressurised. There are also slatted shelves. Master suite bedroom This large double bedroom reflects the open and airy nature of Beechwood Park. As well as space for a super kingsize bed there is room for a casual seating area, and a dressing table. The window to the rear looks over the paddock and the countryside beyond. A large sliding patio door gives access to the lower terrace. In the ceiling are recessed lights. The wide brick arch leads through to the: Dressing area There is plenty of space for a large free standing wardrobe, chest of drawers, and hanging rails. In the ceiling are recessed lights. En-suite This is equipped with a Jacuzzi bath, large shower unit, WC, heated towel rail and bidet. The twin wash hand basins are set into a counter top. There are recessed ceiling lights. The wide window to the rear has wonderful views of the fields and countryside. Bedroom Another large double bedroom with space for a free standing double wardrobe, and other bedroom furniture. The wash hand basin in the corner sits in a vanity unit with a cupboard and drawers below. The bedroom enjoys a dual aspect so is flooded with natural light. The window to the side looks across the surrounding fields. On a clear day it is possible to see the Preseli Hills in the distance, while the window to the rear offers panoramic views of the countryside. Bathroom Completely redesigned to a very high standard, again reflecting the high quality that runs through this property, this bathroom is well equipped with a large shower unit, feature bath with swan neck taps, bidet, WC, ladder heated towel rail, and a wash hand basin in a vanity unit with cupboards below. The floor is covered with marble tiles, and the walls with ceramic tiles. The tops to the units, bath surround, basin surround and window sills are all in granite. There is a mosaic tiled step up to the bath and shower. The wide window to the side has views across the fields to the Preseli Hills beyond. Bedroom Perfect as a guest suite, with a large double bedroom and a well equipped en-suite. There is space for a large free standing wardrobe, and room for other bedroom furniture. The wash hand basin is set into a vanity unit with a cupboard below. Again this bedroom has a dual aspect so it is light and bright. The wide window to the front overlooks the garden and paddock, while the one to the side has a vista of fields and woodland. En-suite This large spacious bathroom has been recently renovated and is well equipped. The walk in shower has a rain fall head and a separate hand spray. Additionally there is a WC, bidet, and a heated towel rail. There is a step up to the feature bath with a tiled surround. The walls and floor are covered with travertine style tiles. The wide window to the side offers a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside. Bedroom Another large double bedroom that is currently set up as a twin room. There is plenty of room for a dressing table and a large free standing wardrobe. In the ceiling are recessed lights. The window to the front has garden views. Externally The automatic wrought iron double gates open onto a tarmac drive which then leads onto a parking area with space for several cars. The turning circle has a circular island with mature trees and borders. The drive has street lighting. The double garage has two remote control doors, and a workshop area. To the rear are base units for storage and at one end is a sink and drainer. The cloakroom has a WC. The garage has a door to the front and one to the back. Natural light comes in from windows to the side and rear. A useful store room is attached to the side of the garage. The boiler room houses the oil fired boiler that runs the hot water and central heating systems. The front garden has several mature borders, shrubs and beautiful spring flowers. Most of the front and back gardens are set to lawn. At the rear are three terraces - the gravel terrace gets the morning sun; steps then lead up to the south facing middle terrace which is ideal for Al Fresco dining, and offers wonderful far reaching countryside views; the other terrace gets the afternoon sun. A gate gives access to the paddock. To the side is a productive vegetable patch, and a large young orchard with several varieties of apples, pears, and cherries etc.The paddock extends to about 13.5 acres and wraps around both sides, front and to the rear of the property. There is a large steel frame agricultural building with a roller door. This could be used for stable. The paddock is ideally suited for equestrian use.. The paddock is bordered by a hedge and mature trees.

9 bed detached house

Amroth Road, Llanteg, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA67

listed on 2019-12-03  CountryWide   

About this property 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. Energy Performance Certificate Estimate your monthly mortgage payments for... Chevron Down Icon Icon set Chevron Down There has been a problem. Please check the validation on the fields below. Amroth Road, Llanteg, Pembrokeshire,... 9 bedroom detached house Property value £ Property value £ Deposit amount £ Repayment term Enter a value between 5 and 35 Enter a value between 5 and 35 Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross Years Interest rate Enter a value between 0.01 and 10 Enter a value between 0.01 and 10 Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross % * Monthly repayment: £2,733 First Time Buyer? Find out how Countrywide Mortgage Services can help. Chevron icon needs to go next to text Request a callback Chevron Down Icon Icon set Chevron Down Mortgage Calculator Form First name * Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross Last name * Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross Telephone number * Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross Email address * Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross ngIf: !sending Submit end ngIf: !sending Your information is being collected and processed by Countrywide for the purposes of providing the service and/or products you have requested. Personal data will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and all other applicable data protection law and regulation, such as the General Data Protection Regulation. We may market products and services to you under the lawful basis of legitimate interests. Should you not wish to receive any unsolicited marketing from us you have the right to object to this processing by emailing .  Full details of how we process your information can be found in our website . A printed copy of our Privacy Notice is available on request. If you need to discuss how your information is being processed, please contact us at . Tick Icon Icon set Tick Thank you Thank you for contacting us! Error Sorry, there was an issue submitting your request, please try again later. Our simple mortgage calculator can give you an idea of the likely monthly payments you can expect to pay. It is important to note that this mortgage calculator is for guidance purposes only . The figures are based on the simple details you have provided. Mortgage lenders have their own affordability criteria, therefore it is important you speak to one of Countrywide's Mortgage & Protection Consultants for further information and a more accurate indication of what products may be available to you and what your monthly mortgage payments are likely to be.

9 bed detached house

Amroth Road, Llanteg, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA67

listed on 2019-10-24  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.

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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

Heddfan, Little Haven, Pembrokeshire

listed on 2019-04-28  Fine and Country   

Asking Price £795,000 CUSTOM TITLE · SPACIOUS 4 BED BUNGALOW PLUS 2 BED ANNEXE WITH STUNNING SEA VIEWS ROOMS 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

7 bed detached house

Paddock Wood, Begelly

listed on 2020-02-14  Fine and Country   

Asking Price £795,000 CUSTOM TITLE ATTRACTIVE FOUR BED HOUSE WITH HOLIDAY PROPERTIES IN PEMBROKESHIRE ROOMS 5 7 5 • ATTRACTIVE FOUR BED HOUSE WITH HOLIDAY PROPERTIES IN PEMBROKESHIRE • ESTABLISHED 2 BED HOLIDAY LET COTTAGE PLUS 1 BED SELF CONTAINED FLAT • FURTHER OUTBUILDINGS PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INCOME OPPORTUNITIES • BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED GROUNDS AND GARDENS WITH GREENHOUSE • PURPOSE BUILT GAMES ROOM PLUS NUMEROUS SHEDS & STORAGE AREAS • LOCATED IN THE QUIET VILLAGE OF BEGELLY – 2 MILES FROM THE BEAUTIFUL SEASIDE TOWNS OF SAUNDERSFOOT AND TENBY • CLOSE TO MANY OTHER LOCAL ATTRACTIONS- INCLUDING FOLLY FARM (1/2 mile) • GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR A LIFESTYLE CHANGE WITH ESTABLISHED INCOME OVERVIEW Paddock Wood properties provide an opportunity to enjoy an income producing lifestyle change in a highly desirable area of Pembrokeshire. Live in a very comfortable, high spec, beautifully presented four bedroom house and manage the holiday rental/tenancy of Paddock Wood Cottage – a very appealing 2 bedroomed property, and Paddock Wood View – a self-contained 1 bedroomed flat above the main house. There is also the potential for letting and further income opportunity from the annexed 3 bedroom property – or use as overspill for extended family members or visiting friends. The grounds have been attractively landscaped to provide private areas to relax in the sunshine, dine alfresco, or enjoy the communal gardens bordered with mature shrubs and perennials, with raised beds overflowing with seasonal colour, plus a super play area for children to enjoy. A purpose built games room with toilet and shower provides an entertainment area to enjoy in the evenings and during inclement weather. A pillared entrance with wide driveway and wrought iron electric security gates leads to parking and turning areas sufficient for numerous vehicles. Location Begelly and Kilgetty are villages between Narberth and Saundersfoot in beautiful Pembrokeshire – well known for its rugged coastline and amazing coastal path, as well as delightful seaside towns, pretty harbours and safe sandy beaches. Pembrokeshire beaches dominated 2019 Wales coast awards with 11 achieving blue flag status with Tenby achieving beach of the year 2019. These beautiful beaches are all within 6 miles of Paddock Wood. While Begelly is a linear village stretching along the main A478 and home to the well know Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, nearby Kilgetty is a larger community with most necessary amenities including a doctors surgery, pharmacy, restaurants, inns, a railway station and small super-market. There are excellent local schools in Stepaside, Kilgetty and Templeton. Transport links are very good with local bus routes and a nearby railway station. THE PROPERTIES Paddock Wood A spacious, welcoming home with rooms of generous proportion, that has been thoughtfully upgraded over the years to provide an appealing walk-through layout to the ground floor, with a gourmet kitchen, study/office, cloakroom, elegant dining room flowing through to the music room and lounge, with four large first floor bedrooms – two of which are ensuite, and a luxurious family bathroom. There is also a sunny conservatory off the lounge and well equipped utility room to the rear of the home. Quality oak doors, fixtures, fittings, lighting and flooring choices along with appealing décor creates a feeling of comfort and timeless elegance throughout the entire home. Recently, new high quality carpeting has been laid on the stairs, landing and bedrooms. Entrance Hall A part glazed door with window panels each side, leads to a spacious, welcoming entrance hall which features a porcelain tiled floor, central chandelier, and elegant staircase with polished handrail and left and right volutes. Kitchen/Breakfast Room A bespoke, gourmet kitchen which includes an extensive range of fitted cupboards and drawers with glossy work surfaces, plus a pull out larder cupboard; tiled floor, part tiled walls, breakfast bar, spotlights and a central 3 arm, contemporary light fitting positioned over an ideal table location, white 1 ½ bowl sink and drainer with swivel head mixer tap, integrated Neff dishwasher, Neff oven and combination microwave, Neff induction hob with glass & chrome hood over, space and plumbing for an American style fridge/freezer. Window over the sink, and a part glazed door leading to a covered patio. Contemporary chrome radiator. Office/Study A spacious study/office with front facing window, carpeted floor, chair rail, two wall lamps and a range of integrated electrical outlets and USB sockets. Cloakroom Tiled floor, fully tiled walls, oak vanity unit with open shelves and cupboards inset with hand basin and mixer tap with a large mirror above, toilet with concealed cistern and wall mounted cupboards above, chrome ladder style towel radiator, centre light and large window. Dining Room An elegant room in which to dine that features two front facing windows, dado rail, fireplace with marble hearth and coal effect electric fire, ceiling rose and elegant Art Deco style suspended light fixture with 4 matching wall lamps, sumptuous carpeted floor and walk through to the piano room. Music Room Presently beautifully adorned with a baby grand piano, the music room features two rear facing windows, a picture rail, ceiling rose with Art Deco style light fitting and a door to the utility room. Archway through to the sitting room. Lounge This gracious room is ideal for relaxing with the family or entertaining family and friends as it is spacious enough to seat a crowd and enjoys plenty of natural light from the dual aspect windows. Features include two ceiling roses with attractive contemporary light fixtures. Glazed doors to the conservatory. Conservatory Tiled floor, apex roofline with central light and fan, low walls with windows above that include opening decorative transom windows, French doors to the gardens. Utility Room/Boiler Room Fitted with a range of upper and lower cupboards, glossy work surface, 1 1/2 bowl white ceramic sink with mixer tap, under-counter space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, door to the music room, door to the rear terrace, and a door to the boiler room which houses a Worcester oil boiler and range of fitted shelves. FIRST FLOOR Landing A large newly carpeted landing running the length of the house features windows to the rear, three 5 lamp ceiling lights and doors to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. Master Suite A generously sized bedroom with a wall of mirrored fitted wardrobes, dual aspect windows, two ceiling light fixtures and two wall lamps, door to bedroom alongside and to the ensuite shower room. Ensuite Shower Room Fully tiled walls, pedestal hand basin with mixer tap and glass shelf/mirror above; rectangular shower enclosure with mains shower, toilet, chrome ladder style radiator, central light and high level frosted window. Double Bedroom Good sized double bedroom alongside the master bedroom - with adjoining door, carpeted with centre light and rural views enjoyed from a picture window overlooking the village and countryside beyond. Family Bathroom A luxuriously fitted, fully tiled bathroom featuring a deep oval bath with floor mounted tap and hand spray, oak vanity unit with oval hand basin and surface mounted mixer tap, glass & chrome shelf plus mirror above: toilet, walk-in extra large shower enclosure, ceiling spotlights, tall chrome, ladder style towel radiator, and a large airing cupboard with two hot water tanks providing plenty of linens and towel storage on slatted shelves. Bedroom / Ensuite Shower Room Carpeted with centre light, open plan dressing room, and large sliding glass doors leading to the sun terrace which extends the width of the two bedrooms to the front of the house providing lovely rural views. Ensuite Shower Room Part tiled walls with decorative mosaic feature, high level frosted window, carpeted floor, extra large mains shower, pedestal hand basin with glass shelf and mirror above, toilet and chrome ladder style towel radiator. Bedroom A very spacious bedroom with large sliding doors which provide lovely rural views and access to the sun terrace. Contemporary light fixtures, carpeted floor. Paddock Wood View A comfortable, deceptively spacious one bedroom flat with open plan layout, well equipped kitchen through to the dining/living room, with a good sized bedroom and contemporary ensuite shower room. The flat is above the main house having been renovated to a high standard in 2015/16. It is already very popular as a Home Away and Air B&B holiday let, but equally suited to accommodating a family member looking for their own space, or for tenanted use. There is a private entrance via an external metal stairway from the parking area. Paddock Wood Cottage A delightful two bedroom cottage with a spacious open plan layout, private garden area and designated parking. The kitchen is well equipped with fitted cupboards, stainless steel sink/drainer and mixer tap, under counter refrigerator, Belling electric cooker with glass and chrome hood over, Bosch dishwasher and tiled floor. The carpeted living room and dining area is alongside the open plan kitchen, filled with natural light from a large picture window to the front and part glazed front door. The shower room is equipped with a large glass sided mains shower, toilet, wall mounted hand basin with mixer tap and glass shelf and mirror over, has fully tiled walls and a tiled floor, a frosted window and sliding mirror doors that cleverly conceal a laundry facility with a washing machine under a work surface and slatted shelves above. Each of the two carpeted bedrooms is generously sized with the rear bedroom featuring a picture window overlooking the landscaped gardens, and the front bedroom – presently furnished with a double/single bunk bed, has a window to the fore. Year upon year happy families of holiday makers return to stay in this comfortable, well equipped cottage which is so ideally located. Annex Approximately seven years ago an impressive renovation was carried out resulting in an attractive open plan dwelling with three bedrooms and family shower room. A part glazed side door provides access to a fully equipped galley style kitchen leading on to a dining area and spacious living room. Two front facing windows provide ample natural light and French doors lead to a sunny side garden ideal for al fresco dining. Two Double bedrooms and a bunk room have rear facing windows, and the shower room is fitted with a vanity unit/hand basin with mixer tap and mirror over, toilet, and quadrant mains shower. The property has an external Worcester boiler and screened oil tank to one side, with plenty of courtyard parking to the fore. Games Room A large (approx. 19’ x 28’) purpose built games room was added to the property in 2009 to be enjoyed by family, guests and holiday makers. The games room has plenty of natural light from a part glazed door and dual aspect windows, features a log effect electric fire in an oak fireplace surround, has wall lamps and a suspended central light sited over the games table, as well as additional fluorescent lighting. It also has a shower room with toilet and hand basin. Grounds and Outbuildings There are an extensive range of sheds that include a block built storage room 10M x 7M, a timber shed 8M x 3M, another timber shed with double glazed windows and tin roof, a windowed potting shed, a wood storage shed and a 14’ x 8’ greenhouse. The gardens have been thoughtfully landscaped during the vendors tenure and include lawned areas, a children’s play area, raised beds of herbaceous plantings, mature trees and shrubs, flowering vines, raised vegetable beds, patios and seating areas, as well as a prepared site for a 6 man hot tub. During the spring and summer masses of seasonal colour flood the garden and the bedding plants in borders, pots and containers which are dotted all around the property, are a sight to behold. Services Mains water, drainage and electricity with oil central heating to the main house, flat and annex. Electric storage heaters provide efficient heating to the two bed cottage. Council Tax The main house, annex and two bedroom cottage are grouped into Band B, The flat – Paddock Wood View, has its own address with the tax band presently in Band A, but is under review which would see the elimination of tax based on proven letting/rental occupancy and income. Directions On the A478 from Narberth (towards Tenby) proceed approx. 5 miles to the village of Begelly. Pass Folly Farm on the right hand side and after approximately ½ mile look for the PADDOCK WOOD sign and entrance to the property further along the road on the right hand side. Property Features • ATTRACTIVE FOUR BED HOUSE WITH HOLIDAY PROPERTIES IN PEMBROKESHIRE • ESTABLISHED 2 BED HOLIDAY LET COTTAGE PLUS 1 BED SELF CONTAINED FLAT • FURTHER OUTBUILDINGS PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INCOME OPPORTUNITIES • BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED GROUNDS AND GARDENS WITH GREENHOUSE • PURPOSE BUILT GAMES ROOM PLUS NUMEROUS SHEDS & STORAGE AREAS • LOCATED IN THE QUIET VILLAGE OF BEGELLY – 2 MILES FROM THE BEAUTIFUL SEASIDE TOWNS OF SAUNDERSFOOT AND TENBY • CLOSE TO MANY OTHER LOCAL ATTRACTIONS- INCLUDING FOLLY FARM (1/2 mile) • GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR A LIFESTYLE CHANGE WITH ESTABLISHED INCOME Media

3 bed bungalow

Amroth, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA67

listed on 2019-10-24  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 bungalow

Amroth, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA67

listed on 2019-12-02  CountryWide   

About this property 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. Energy Performance Certificate Estimate your monthly mortgage payments for... Chevron Down Icon Icon set Chevron Down There has been a problem. Please check the validation on the fields below. Amroth, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Wales,... 3 bedroom bungalow Property value £ Property value £ Deposit amount £ Repayment term Enter a value between 5 and 35 Enter a value between 5 and 35 Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross Years Interest rate Enter a value between 0.01 and 10 Enter a value between 0.01 and 10 Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross % * Monthly repayment: £2,090 First Time Buyer? Find out how Countrywide Mortgage Services can help. Chevron icon needs to go next to text Request a callback Chevron Down Icon Icon set Chevron Down Mortgage Calculator Form First name * Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross Last name * Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross Telephone number * Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross Email address * Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross ngIf: !sending Submit end ngIf: !sending Your information is being collected and processed by Countrywide for the purposes of providing the service and/or products you have requested. Personal data will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and all other applicable data protection law and regulation, such as the General Data Protection Regulation. We may market products and services to you under the lawful basis of legitimate interests. Should you not wish to receive any unsolicited marketing from us you have the right to object to this processing by emailing .  Full details of how we process your information can be found in our website . A printed copy of our Privacy Notice is available on request. If you need to discuss how your information is being processed, please contact us at . Tick Icon Icon set Tick Thank you Thank you for contacting us! Error Sorry, there was an issue submitting your request, please try again later. Our simple mortgage calculator can give you an idea of the likely monthly payments you can expect to pay. It is important to note that this mortgage calculator is for guidance purposes only . The figures are based on the simple details you have provided. Mortgage lenders have their own affordability criteria, therefore it is important you speak to one of Countrywide's Mortgage & Protection Consultants for further information and a more accurate indication of what products may be available to you and what your monthly mortgage payments are likely to be.

6 bed detached house

Narberth, Pembrokeshire

Property Features Detached 4 Bedroom House Approx 17 Acres of Gardens, Woodland & Paddocks Stable Block and Outbuildings. Idyllic Rural Location The Property Old Stable Cottage is a 4 bedroom detached house set in an idyllic rural location with breathtaking country views. The property benefits from approximately 17 acres divided into paddocks, woodland and gardens together with outbuildings including workshop and stables with hay store and tack room. Planning permission has been granted for the construction of a detached 4 car garage/store room, for which the base has already been laid, and planning permission has recently expired for a substantial extension to the main house, increasing it to 6 bedrooms. Location Llanteg is a small village community in south Pembrokeshire, only 1 mile from the Pembrokeshire Coast National park and 3 miles from Amroth's beautiful beach. There is a good mix of shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants in nearby towns with easy access to the M4 and rail network. The property is only 1 mile from the well respected Tavernspite Junior School and 4 miles from Dyffryn Taf, an award winning comprehensive school in Whitland. Old Stable Cottage offers the perfect opportunity for a rural retreat, especially for those looking for equestrian facilities. Directions From Haverfordwest, take the A40 towards Carmarthen turning right at Canaston Bridge Roundabout towards Tenby. After passing Bluestone Park and Oakwood, turn left at the crossroads towards Templeton. At the crossroads turn right towards Kilgetty then at the second roundabout take the A477 towards St Clears. On reaching Llanteg take the left turn, signposted Tavernspite, just before the petrol station and follow this road for 650 metres until you reach Old Stable Cottage on the left hand side. Approached via a gated entrance and sweeping 100 metre driveway leading into substantial grounds. A solid wood entrance door opens to Porch 8'2 x 7'10 (2.5m x 2.4m) Windows to front and side. Wood flooring. Window and partially obscure glazed door to Hall L shaped. Open tread turning stairs to first floor. Radiator. Telephone point. Partially obscure glazed door to side external. Dining Room 16'8 x 14' (5.10m x 4.27m) Bay window to front. Exposed stone walls. Radiator. Double french doors to Sun Room 16'1 x 12'3 (4.91m x 3.74m) Exposed Cotswold stone walls. Wooden vaulted ceiling. Double french doors to external. Kitchen 12'7 x 9'9 (3.86m x 2.98m) Windows to side and rear. Decorative tiled floor. Partially tiled walls. Range of wall and base units with work surface over. Inset sink and drainer with mixer tap. Integrated double oven and hob. Integrated dishwasher. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Radiator. Bedroom 3 14'8 (max) x 9'2 (max) (4.48m (max) x 2.80m (max)) Window to rear. Radiator. Telephone point. Bedroom 4 14'10 x 9'3 (4.53m x 2.82m) Window to rear. Radiator. Shower Room 9'4 x 5'4 (2.86m x 1.64m) Obscure glazed window to side. Partially tiled walls. Double shower cubicle. Wash hand basin. W/c. Radiator. FIRST FLOOR Landing Windows to front and side. Loft access. Door to Bathroom 9'7 (max) x 5'5 (max) (2.94m (max) x 1.66m (max)) Obscure glazed window to side. Partially tiled walls. Suite comprising bath with mixer tap, wash hand basin and w/c. Airing cupboard. Radiator. Bedroom 1 14'9 (max) x 10'7 (max) (4.51m (max) x 3.23m (max)) Window to side. Radiator. Telephone point. Bedroom 2 14'8 (max) x 11'1 (max) (4.49m (max) x 3.38m (max)) Window to rear. Radiator. Telephone point. Living Room 28'7 (max) x 17'1 (max) (8.73m (max) x 5.23m (max)) L shaped. Windows to front and side. Feature oak beam. Wood burning stove on stone hearth with brick surround and wooden mantle over. Radiators. Telephone point. EXTERNALLY The property sits in grounds of approximately 2 acres with mature shrubs, trees and 2 ornamental ponds. Situated in the grounds are a stone workshop and log store together with an Alton greenhouse and stone kennels. Together with approximately 8 acres of mixed woodland, with 4848 trees planted by the current owners, there are approximately 7 acres of fenced paddocks. There is a 4/5 stall stable block with hay store and tack room and to the side of the main house is a foundation base for a new detached garage/store rooms. There are timed sodium lights on the house and stables. Agent's Notes The property has a number of restrictive covenants. Please contact the agents for further information. Laid in the grounds 103m 5' gauge railway available by separate negotiation. Some photos are provided by the vendors. Tenure We are advised the property is Freehold. Services Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating (2500L tank). Broadband 30Mbps provided by wireless connection. Viewing Strictly by appointment with Town, Coast and Country Estates.

5 bed house

Sodston, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67

listed on 2020-03-03  FBM Estate Agents   

• ELEGANT COUNTRY MANOR HOUSE IN APPROX 1.5 ACRES JUST NORTH OF NARBERTH, PEMBROKESHIRE • HISTORIC GRADE 2 LISTED, CHARACTERFUL PROPERTY RETAINING MANY ORIGINAL FEATURES • PRIVATE LANE ACCESS WITH AMPLE PARKING AND PRIVATE GROUNDS SURROUNDED BY BEAUTIFUL COUNTRYSIDE • PRESENTLY OPERATED AS A SCHOOL WITH IDEAL FACILITIES FOR A BUSINESS, OFFICES ETC (SUBJECT TO ANY NECESSARY PLANNING) • THE OPPORTUNITY EXISTS TO RETURN THIS GRAND HOUSE TO A SPACIOUS HOME (SUBJECT TO ANY NECESSARY PLANNING CONSENTS) • RESTAURANT WITH ROOMS, LUXURY B&B, OR RETREAT (SUBJECT TO PLANNING) OVERVIEW Sodston Manor is a listed Victorian manor house located near Narberth, Pembrokeshire and has been run as a private independent school since 2015. The property is ideally suited for an existing business or could be returned to use as a residence, boutique B&B, or grand holiday let. Many of the original features are evident - marble fireplace, shuttered windows and a magnificent staircase, with ornamental plasterwork and ceiling roses believed to be retained though at this time, concealed by dropped ceilings and temporary wall structures. The property provides a blank canvas from which to recreate a wonderful historic home or modify for use as a commercial premises. During the conversion from a neglected residence to the school, a tanking and a damp proof course was added as well as new wiring, plumbing and central heating throughout. A new underground drainage tank required for commercial use was also installed. The grounds accessed by a private laneway mostly facilitate vehicular access and parking with a sports area to the rear. There is vehicular access from the lane across the front of the property to two neighbouring dwellings. HISTORY Cadw, who are the historic environmental body of the Welsh Government working to protect historic buildings and structures, describe the property as: ''Built for Sir Alfred Ernle Montacute-Chatfield in c1860; a small plain Italianate country house of square plan, 2 storey plus basement with incised coursing to colour-washed plaster on rubble with plinth. 3 window front elevation; cross windows with plain architraves and stone sills. Similar windows to ground floor flanking the central porch; round arched doorway with keystone, pilasters and sunk panels. The interior consists of finials, pendants, panelled doors and a mahogany staircase to the entrance hall with barley twist balusters grouped to form newels. ' The house became Grade II listed in 1988. Purchased by the current owner in 2014 and converted to a school. LOCATION Located just a mile north of the very popular town of Narberth - featured in the Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in the UK, Narberth is a pretty town with pastel coloured Georgian buildings lining the main street that are now independent boutiques, coffee shops & restaurants, antique shops and galleries serving a bustling community and plenty of seasonal visitors. Facilities include small supermarkets, a doctors offices, dental practices, leisure facilities and a railway station. Sodston Manor enjoys a country setting centrally located between the county towns of Carmarthen and Haverfordwest, a mile from the A40 with easy access to the M4 for Swansea and Cardiff. THE MANOR HOUSEA portico with flagstones floor provides shelter before access via the originaltimber and glass door with transom window, into the large entrance hall.Entrance HallOriginal wood floors, high ceilings, wainscotting and impressive dog-leg staircaserising to a spacious galleried landing with Victorian stained glass rooflight above.Reception RoomsTwo large reception rooms each have long timber windows with shutters thatprovide westward views, with the rear room featuring a period marble fireplace.Study/LibraryObscure glass side windows and transom window over a timber door leadingto a study/library with a rear facing window.Front OfficesTwo interconnecting offices to the front of the property with one having a frontfacing window and the other a side window and refreshment area with circularstainless steel sink & mixer tap set into a work surface with cupboard belowand wall mounted cupboard above.Side HallwayA flagstone side hallway gives access to a toilet room with handbasin and toilet,as well as the side entrance with flagstone floor, solid timber door andtransom window.Rear HallwayThe rear hallway gives access to the back stairs, two panty rooms, and theformer kitchen.Kitchen RoomA large room with east facing window, door to the utility room and door to thebasement stairs.Utility RoomFlagstone floors, 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer set into a worksurface over cupboards with a bank of drawers and rear facing windowabove. Door to the cloakroom.CloakroomToilet, hand basin with mixer tap, frosted side window and wall of large storagecupboards. Currently an accessible toilet facility.FIRST FLOORA spacious galleried landing with period features that include a Victorianarchway, wainscotting and a wonderful stained glass roof light. There is potentialfor 4/5 large bedrooms - perhaps with ensuite shower rooms, plus aspacious family bathroom.Presently the floor plan shows two large rooms with ample natural light fromlong windows overlooking the countryside. A central front room overlookingthe entrance and parking area, a large toilet room, a central rear facing room,and what used to be the servants bedrooms - combined into one long roomstretching from the front of the house to the rear with windows to three sides.BASEMENTBack stairs as well as a lower entrance provide access to a large basementarea divided into useable sections, a basement toilet (macerator) and threefull height arched vaults. A perfect area to set up a gym, home theatre, anda games room!SERVICESMains water and electricity, private drainage, oil central heating.COUNCIL TAXTax Band N/A Presently holds a commercial rating.

5 bed detached house

Sodston Manor, Sodston, Narberth, Pembrokeshire SA67 8HB

listed on 2020-03-03  Fine and Country   

Offers in excess of £600,000 English & Other headings 5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Sodston Manor, Sodston, Narberth, Pembrokeshire SA67 8HB ROOMS 3 5 3 • ELEGANT COUNTRY MANOR HOUSE IN APPROX 1.5 ACRES JUST NORTH OF NARBERTH, PEMBROKESHIRE • HISTORIC GRADE 2 LISTED, CHARACTERFUL PROPERTY RETAINING MANY ORIGINAL FEATURES • PRIVATE LANE ACCESS WITH AMPLE PARKING AND PRIVATE GROUNDS SURROUNDED BY BEAUTIFUL COUNTRYSIDE • PRESENTLY OPERATED AS A SCHOOL WITH IDEAL FACILITIES FOR A BUSINESS, OFFICES ETC (SUBJECT TO ANY NECESSARY PLANNING) • THE OPPORTUNITY EXISTS TO RETURN THIS GRAND HOUSE TO A SPACIOUS HOME (SUBJECT TO ANY NECESSARY PLANNING CONSENTS) • RESTAURANT WITH ROOMS, LUXURY B&B, OR RETREAT (SUBJECT TO PLANNING) OVERVIEW Sodston Manor is a listed Victorian manor house located near Narberth, Pembrokeshire and has been run as a private independent school since 2015. The property is ideally suited for an existing business or could be returned to use as a residence, boutique B&B, or grand holiday let. Many of the original features are evident - marble fireplace, shuttered windows and a magnificent staircase, with ornamental plasterwork and ceiling roses believed to be retained though at this time, concealed by dropped ceilings and temporary wall structures. The property provides a blank canvas from which to recreate a wonderful historic home or modify for use as a commercial premises. During the conversion from a neglected residence to the school, a tanking and a damp proof course was added as well as new wiring, plumbing and central heating throughout. A new underground drainage tank required for commercial use was also installed. The grounds accessed by a private laneway mostly facilitate vehicular access and parking with a sports area to the rear. There is vehicular access from the lane across the front of the property to two neighbouring dwellings. HISTORY Cadw, who are the historic environmental body of the Welsh Government working to protect historic buildings and structures, describe the property as: ‘Built for Sir Alfred Ernle Montacute-Chatfield in c1860; a small plain Italianate country house of square plan, 2 storey plus basement with incised coursing to colour-washed plaster on rubble with plinth. 3 window front elevation; cross windows with plain architraves and stone sills. Similar windows to ground floor flanking the central porch; round arched doorway with keystone, pilasters and sunk panels. The interior consists of finials, pendants, panelled doors and a mahogany staircase to the entrance hall with barley twist balusters grouped to form newels. “ The house became Grade II listed in 1988. Purchased by the current owner in 2014 and converted to a school. LOCATION Located just a mile north of the very popular town of Narberth - featured in the Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in the UK, Narberth is a pretty town with pastel coloured Georgian buildings lining the main street that are now independent boutiques, coffee shops & restaurants, antique shops and galleries serving a bustling community and plenty of seasonal visitors. Facilities include small supermarkets, a doctors offices, dental practices, leisure facilities and a railway station. Sodston Manor enjoys a country setting centrally located between the county towns of Carmarthen and Haverfordwest, a mile from the A40 with easy access to the M4 for Swansea and Cardiff. THE MANOR HOUSE A portico with flagstones floor provides shelter before access via the original timber and glass door with transom window, into the large entrance hall. Entrance Hall Original wood floors, high ceilings, wainscotting and impressive dog-leg staircase rising to a spacious galleried landing with Victorian stained glass roof light above. Reception Rooms Two large reception rooms each have long timber windows with shutters that provide westward views, with the rear room featuring a period marble fireplace. Study/Library Obscure glass side windows and transom window over a timber door leading to a study/library with a rear facing window. Front Offices Two interconnecting offices to the front of the property with one having a front facing window and the other a side window and refreshment area with circular stainless steel sink & mixer tap set into a work surface with cupboard below and wall mounted cupboard above. Side Hallway A flagstone side hallway gives access to a toilet room with handbasin and toilet, as well as the side entrance with flagstone floor, solid timber door and transom window. Rear Hallway The rear hallway gives access to the back stairs, two panty rooms, and the former kitchen. Kitchen Room A large room with east facing window, door to the utility room and door to the basement stairs. Utility Room Flagstone floors, 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer set into a work surface over cupboards with a bank of drawers and rear facing window above. Door to the cloakroom. Cloakroom Toilet, hand basin with mixer tap, frosted side window and wall of large storage cupboards. Currently an accessible toilet facility. FIRST FLOOR A spacious galleried landing with period features that include a Victorian archway, wainscotting and a wonderful stained glass roof light. There is potential for 4/5 large bedrooms - perhaps with ensuite shower rooms, plus a spacious family bathroom. Presently the floor plan shows two large rooms with ample natural light from long windows overlooking the countryside. A central front room overlooking the entrance and parking area, a large toilet room, a central rear facing room, and what used to be the servants bedrooms - combined into one long room stretching from the front of the house to the rear with windows to three sides. BASEMENT Back stairs as well as a lower entrance provide access to a large basement area divided into useable sections, a basement toilet (macerator) and three full height arched vaults. A perfect area to set up a gym, home theatre, and a games room! SERVICES Mains water and electricity, private drainage, oil central heating. COUNCIL TAX Tax Band N/A Presently holds a commercial rating. Media

8 bed detached house

Stepaside, Narberth, SA67 8PH

listed on 2019-08-13  PurpleBricks   

If you are looking for a change of scenery and lifestyle, Bangeston House with two adjoining 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 around 10 years ago. Accessed via a quiet road, with an additional second access through a gated private country lane, Bangeston House is perfectly located near to the popular and attractive towns of Tenby, Saundersfoot , Wisemans Bridge and Amroth, with Pendine Sands being a little further along the coast, but within easy reach by car.

3 bed detached house

Llanteg, Narberth

listed on 2020-03-10  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.

3 bed detached house

Llanteg, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA67

listed on 2019-10-25  John D Wood and Co   

TENURE: Unknown 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. https://beta.gov.wales/land-transaction-tax-calculator

3 bed detached house

Llanteg, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA67

listed on 2019-12-02  CountryWide   

About this property TENURE: Unknown 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. https://beta.gov.wales/land-transaction-tax-calculator Energy Performance Certificate Estimate your monthly mortgage payments for... Chevron Down Icon Icon set Chevron Down There has been a problem. Please check the validation on the fields below. Llanteg, Narberth, Pembrokeshire,... 3 bedroom farm Property value £ Property value £ Deposit amount £ Repayment term Enter a value between 5 and 35 Enter a value between 5 and 35 Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross Years Interest rate Enter a value between 0.01 and 10 Enter a value between 0.01 and 10 Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross % * Monthly repayment: £1,559 First Time Buyer? Find out how Countrywide Mortgage Services can help. Chevron icon needs to go next to text Request a callback Chevron Down Icon Icon set Chevron Down Mortgage Calculator Form First name * Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross Last name * Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross Telephone number * Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross Email address * Modified Warning Icon Icon set Warning Tick Icon Icon set Tick Modified Cross Icon Icon set Cross ngIf: !sending Submit end ngIf: !sending Your information is being collected and processed by Countrywide for the purposes of providing the service and/or products you have requested. Personal data will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and all other applicable data protection law and regulation, such as the General Data Protection Regulation. We may market products and services to you under the lawful basis of legitimate interests. Should you not wish to receive any unsolicited marketing from us you have the right to object to this processing by emailing .  Full details of how we process your information can be found in our website . A printed copy of our Privacy Notice is available on request. If you need to discuss how your information is being processed, please contact us at . Tick Icon Icon set Tick Thank you Thank you for contacting us! Error Sorry, there was an issue submitting your request, please try again later. Our simple mortgage calculator can give you an idea of the likely monthly payments you can expect to pay. It is important to note that this mortgage calculator is for guidance purposes only . The figures are based on the simple details you have provided. Mortgage lenders have their own affordability criteria, therefore it is important you speak to one of Countrywide's Mortgage & Protection Consultants for further information and a more accurate indication of what products may be available to you and what your monthly mortgage payments are likely to be.

detached house plus land for sale

5.75 acres, Narberth, PEMBROKESHIRE, West Wales - UKLandandFarms.co.uk

listed on 2019-11-28  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

5.75 acres, Narberth, PEMBROKESHIRE, West Wales For Sale - Guide Price £459,950 SET IN APPROX. 5.75 ACRES, A FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED FARMHOUSE WITH USEFUL OUTBUILDINGS AND LAND WITH INCOME POTENTIAL IN AN ACCESSIBLE ROADSIDE LOCATION CLOSE TO THE COAST An opportunity to acquire a private residential and equestrian property in a very popular and accessible rural location. This property might well suit those wishing to work from home, the current vendor has refurbished an excellent Monopitch barn and uses if for their own small business enterprise and there is scope for the conversion of the traditional stone range to holiday accommodation. The house could also be utilised for B & B in its prominent roadside location being so close to the Pembrokeshire Coast. There is a large workshop which we understand was formerly utilised by a woodworking company and previously had three phase power connected to it although this would need to be re-established. The property is situated in the small hamlet of Llanteg which has a petrol filling station with shop. More extensive facilities are offered by the picturesque town of Narberth and the commercial centre of Carmarthen. The property is also readily accessible to the beautiful south Pembrokeshire coastline including nearby Pendine Sands, Tenby and Saundersfoot.

4 bed detached house

Narberth, PEMBROKESHIRE

listed on 2019-11-27  Rural Scene   

  Set in Approx. 5.75 Acres with Mature Gardens, Grounds and Paddocks  A Spacious Four Bedroom Detached Farmhouse  Outbuildings with Income Potential, Stone Range, Three Loose Boxes, Multipurpose Barn and Workshop  Adjoining Productive Pastureland  Accessible Roadside Location close to the Beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast An opportunity to acquire a private residential and equestrian property in a very popular and accessible rural location. This property might well suit those wishing to work from home, the current vendor has refurbished an excellent Monopitch barn and uses if for their own small business enterprise and there is scope for the conversion of the traditional stone range to holiday accommodation. The house could also be utilised for B & B in its prominent roadside location being so close to the Pembrokeshire Coast. There is a large workshop which we understand was formerly utilised by a woodworking company and previously had three phase power connected to it although this would need to be re-established. The property is situated in the small hamlet of Llanteg which has a petrol filling station with shop. More extensive facilities are offered by the picturesque town of Narberth and the commercial centre of Carmarthen. The property is also readily accessible to the beautiful south Pembrokeshire coastline including nearby Pendine Sands, Tenby and Saundersfoot. Price Guide £459,950 Ref: JN5952

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.

5 bed detached house

5 bedroom , Old Welsh Road, Stepaside, Narberth

Detached House Five Bedrooms Very Well Presented Character Features Off Road Parking Countryside Views Three Reception Rooms Close To Tenby And Saundersfoot Well Tended Gardens Measuring 0.8 Acres EPC Rating: E *** VIRTUAL VIEWING AVAILABLE *** Foxes Walk is a very well presented detached character property which has been extended and modernised, but the original building dates back to approximately 1850. The layout of the property briefly comprises: front and rear porch, lounge, dining room, kitchen, sitting room, utility room, downstairs WC, five bedrooms, shower room and family bathroom. The property boasts many character features, including a country style kitchen with exposed beams and quarry tile floors, while exposed stone walls and solid wood floors are a consistent theme throughout. Externally the property sits in grounds measuring approximately 0.8 acres with lawn gardens to the front and rear equipped with two garden sheds. A driveway provides ample off road parking and countryside views can be enjoyed from many aspects of the house and garden. The property is served with double glazing and oil fired central heating. Viewing is highly recommended in order to fully appreciate. The Amroth/Wisemans Bridge area lies on the South Pembrokeshire Coastline and marks the beginning and end of the stunning 186 mile Coast Path Walk around the entire county. The village itself is a popular destination for holiday makers, with many seasonal shops, cafe's and public houses on offer. There are many popular attractions nearby, including Colby Woodland Gardens and Amroth Castle. A short drive will bring you to the popular seaside resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot, and slightly further afield is Carmarthen, providing many high street shops and amenities, and easy access to the M4 corridor. Front Porch 2.1 x 1.3m (6'10' x 4'3') Lounge/Diner 8 x 3.6m (26'2' x 11'9') Dining Room 3.1 x 2.75m (10'2' x 9'0') Sitting Room 3.9 x 3.4m (12'9' x 11'1') Kitchen 4.85 x 2.8m (15'10' x 9'2') WC 1.6 x 1.1m (5'2' x 3'7') Utility Room 2.65 x 2.3m (8'8' x 7'6') Back Porch 2.2 x 1.5m (7'2' x 4'11') Bedroom One 3.85 x 3.45m (12'7' x 11'3') Shower Room 2.1 x 1.65m (6'10' x 5'4') Bedroom Two 3.6 x 3.2m (11'9' x 10'5') Bathroom 2.7 x 2.3m (8'10' x 7'6') Bedroom Three 3.7 x 3.2m (12'1' x 10'5') Bedroom Four 3.4 x 3m (11'1' x 9'10') Bedroom Five/Study 2.9 x 2m (9'6' x 6'6') 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 CORONAVIRUS COVID 19l Please note that due to the restrictions at the time of listing, the property details have been prepared on the basis of information and pictures provided by the vendors. Please request updated information once restrictions have been lifted, prior to viewing. IRK/ESR/05/20/OK/ESR We would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externally

3 bed detached house

Wisemans Bridge, Narberth

listed on 2020-01-10  John Francis   

Bungalow Near Wisemans Bridge Beach Needing Some Modernisation Large Conservatory, En-Suite To Master Bed Manageable Garden, Parking Convenient Access To Coastal Villages NO UPWARD CHAIN EPC Rating: TBC ****DETACHED BUNGALOW CLOSE TO THE COAST****. A charming, detached bungalow within a 250 yard walk of the magnificent Pembrokeshire coast at Wisemans Bridge and convenient for the coastal villages of both Amroth and Saundersfoot. The property will benefit from some modernisation but does offer generous 3 bedroom accommodation with the addition of a conservatory and the master bedroom has an En-Suite. The gardens are a manageable size and are mainly to the front where there is a large shrubbery, patio and a decked area. Wisemans Bridge is a popular beach side Hamlet with a walkway along the coast directly into Saundersfoot. Amroth and Saundersfoot provide a good range of local amenities and there are many holiday attractions within a few minutes drive. Entrance Hall 6' x 6' (1.83m x 1.83m) The property is approached over afew steps from the drive to the front terrace. Enter via double glazed front door with matching side panel, timber flooring, ceiling light, radiator, door to bedroom 3, door to: Lounge 23'4 x 11'8 (7.11m x 3.56m) Timber flooring, double glazed window to side with woodland view, timber fire surround, 2 radiators, 2 ceiling lights, door to: Conservatory 10'4 x 8'8 (3.15m x 2.64m) Tiled flooring, double glazed to 3 sides with pitched polycarbonate roof, views over surrounding countryside, French doors and double glazed door opening to the garden. Dining Room 12'5 x 9'2 (3.78m x 2.79m) Double glazed windows to front and side with delightful views, timber flooring, radiator, ceiling light. Kitchen 12'5 x 10'8 (3.78m x 3.25m) Cottage style wall and base units with extensive work surfaces, tiled splash-back, space for cooker, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge, single drainer stainless steel sink, 2 ceiling lights, double glazed window to side, radiator, double glazed side door to garden. Inner Hall Carpet, access to loft, ceiling light, storage cupboard, boiler cupboard housing LPGas fired central heating boiler. Master Bedroom 13'7 x 12'8 + 5'7 x 4'6 (4.14m x 3.86m +1.70m x 1.37m) Two double glazed windows to rear, carpet, ceiling light, radiator, useful large recess for wardrobes. En-suite Shower Room 10'3 x 5' (3.12m x 1.52m) Non slip flooring, flush to the floor shower with low level screen and shower curtain, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, radiator, dado, tiled walls, obscure double glazed window to rear. Bedroom 2 11'11 x 10'3 (3.63m x 3.12m) Double glazed window to side, carpet, ceiling light, radiator. Bathroom 8' x 5' (2.44m x 1.52m) Coloured suite comprising of twin grip panel bath, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, obscure double glazed window to side, tiled walls, vinyl flooring. Bedroom 3 20' x 12' (6.10m x 3.66m) Accessed via 3 steps off the hall. Double glazed window to front, radiator, ceiling light. Externally To the front, the property is set towards the rear of the plot and approached over a tarmacadam drive to a parking area providing off road parking for several vehicles. LPG storage tank. Alongside the drive there is a large mature shrubbery, steps lead up onto the raised paved terrace extending to the side of the bungalow and providing lovely views of the surrounding area. There is a small garden laid to lawn at the rear and pathways around the property to a small side lawn and patio. Off the conservatory is a further patio and decked area ideal for al fresco dining and providing super views of the surrounding area. Services We are advised mains water and electricity are connected. The drainage is to a private system.

3 bed bungalow

Wiseman's Bridge , Narberth

listed on 2020-02-05  Doorsteps Agents   

Detached three-bed bungalow with large garden and woodland and huge potential for expansion Walking distance to Pembrokeshire coast path, popular beach and seaside inn Superb tranquil off-road setting This spacious detached bungalow enjoys an elevated off-road setting with its own woodland, large established garden and small stream. It is bordered by National Trust-owned pasture land and enjoys rural wooded views towards Saundersfoot. It stands in large mature gardens extending to about two thirds of an acre including a bluebell wood and ancient oak trees. It has ample parking on a generous driveway, a garage, lawns and shrubberies. A PV solar panel array on the roof also takes advantage of its southerly aspect and provides an income from electricity generation. As well as its own gardens and woodland, its setting among open National Trust-owned fields, pasture and woodland give it an even more rural feel – and yet it is only minutes away from the popular beaches of Amroth and Wiseman’s Bridge and of course the delightful seaside village and beach at Saundersfoot. Its large double-glazed windows and high ceilings give a light and airy feel to this home. It has a large L-shaped living room (a small part of it currently houses a grand piano and music room). The living room leads to a delightful large modern kitchen and dining room enjoying windows on three sides, utility room, bathroom, cloakroom/WC and three good-sized bedrooms. It has a spacious loft, currently accessed by ladder, and subject to the necessary consents this could be expanded into further bedroom and/or living space. Semi-circular steps ascend from the drive to the front terrace with lovely views south and west over the wooded Pleasant Valley and Saundersfoot beyond. A double-glazed front door with matching side panel opens onto: Entrance hall Fitted carpet, ceiling light, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and a few steps leading to the inner hall and access to the bedrooms. Loft access via pull-down ladder. Lounge 11ft 8 x 8ft 5 and 21ft 11 x 12ft 3 A stunning and versatile L-shaped space. Large south-west facing double-glazed windows give views towards Saundersfoot with wall lights, recessed display shelf, wood-burning stove, fitted carpet and four radiators. Sliding glass doors lead to the kitchen and dining room. Kitchen and dining room 18ft 6 x 13ft A fabulously light and airy family room with two sets of patio doors leading to the garden and decked areas, one of which is almost at tree-top level where the ground slopes down to the stream running along part of the property’s border. A large central food preparation area divides the room into cooking and eating areas. Fitted units in birch, LPG gas hob and electric oven. 1½-basin sink and draining board, fitted dishwasher. Recessed halogen lighting. Plenty of power points. Tasteful laminated floor. Rear door to garden. Utility 10ft 4 x 5ft 10 Oil-fired Worcester boiler serves the central heating and hot water systems. Laundry area, storage and washing machine. Vinyl tiled floor, ceiling light. Study 10ft 9 x 8ft 9 A space ripe for development according to your particular needs. Newly replastered and screeded. Radiator. Bathroom White modern suite comprising fitted low-level WC and wash basin vanity unit; double bath with central bath filler; generous sized shower with powered head. Large chrome heated towel rail. Ceramic tiled floor. Cloakroom Just off the hall with convenient access from bedrooms 1 and 2. Low level WC, wash basin. Ceramic tiled floor. Bedroom 1 14ft 8 x 11ft 11 A light and airy master bedroom with large double-glazed window giving views towards Saundersfoot. Built-in double wardrobe. Laminated floor. Ceiling light. Radiator. Bedroom 2 10ft 4 x 9ft 10 Large double glazed window, fitted carpet, radiator, built in double wardrobe, ceiling light. Bedroom 3 11ft 11 x 9’ 10 Large double-glazed window overlooking rear garden, fitted carpet, ceiling light, radiator. Externally The property is approached via a private lane leading to a tarmac drive with lots of space for cars, boats etc. Garage At the side of the property, wooden double doors, light and power and outside tap. Security light. Gardens One of the most unique and attractive features of this property. They extend to about two thirds of an acre and include a bluebell wood and ancient oak trees. To the front there is a lawn area interspersed with mature specimen trees as well as a magnificent shrubbery on the upper side of the driveway. To the rear is a lawn area edged with flowerbeds and smaller shrubs which leads to the wilder woodland beyond with a young orchard of apple, pear and nut trees and other more exotic specimens. Outbuildings To the side of the house are a wood store and two greenhouses – 10ft x 8 and 8ft x 6 – as well as edged vegetable beds growing a variety of produce from strawberries to potatoes. There is a variety of exterior lighting. Tenure Freehold. Services Mains water and electricity are connected. Oil-fired central heating. Private drainage. Council tax band F, 2019-20: £1957

4 bed detached house

Chapel Lane, Llanteg, Narberth, SA67

listed on 2020-05-21  FBM Estate Agents   

Detached Bungalow 3 to 4 Double Bedrooms 2 to 3 Reception Rooms Well Presented Gardens Generous Size Plot With Peaceful Location Immaculate Family / Forever Home Detached Bungalow 3 to 4 Double Bedrooms 2 to 3 Reception Rooms Well Presented Gardens Generous Size Plot With Peaceful Location Immaculate Family / Forever Home FBM are delighted to introduce, 1 Chapel Lane to the open market, a simply wonderful detached bungalow situated in the popular but peaceful location of Llanteg. This truly is a spectacular property that would make an ideal forever or family home due to its spacious living accommodation and is presented in immaculate condition, ready for new owners to enjoy. Briefly, the accommodation comprises; entrance hall, good size kitchen breakfast room with French doors out onto the rear garden, utility room, good size dining room, spacious reception room with a sun room just off it that is perfect for enjoying the rural views to the rear, 3 good size double bedrooms with master en suite bathroom and a shower room. The property is situated on a good size plot with detached garage and well presented gardens as further highlighted below. Situated on a quiet back street in Llanteg with easy access to the main A477 giving swift access to the A40 at St Clears or the resort of Tenby and beaches at Amroth and Saundersfoot. The village has a petrol station with convenience store. Narberth and Kilgetty are both close by with shops, amenities, schools etc. for everyday needs. Kitchen / Breakfast Room 4.73m x 3.94m (15'6' x 12'11') Tiled Flooring, Base & Eye Level Units, Sink With Mixer Tap, Integrated Electric Hob & Oven With Overhead Extractor Fan, uPVC Double Glazed Window To Side, 1 x Small Radiator, 1 x Large Radiator, uPVC Double Glazed French Doors To Rear Garden, Loft Access, Storage Cupboard, Door To: Utility Room 2.97m x 2.44m (9'9' x 8'0') Tiled Flooring, uPVC Double Glazed Window To Fore, Base Units, Sink With Mixer Tap, Double Storage Cupboard, Boiler, uPVC Double Glazed Side Door Hallway Wood Flooring, Wood Front Door With Frosted Glass Side Panels, Storage Cupboard, 2 x Radiators Dining Room 4.22m x 3.81m (13'10' x 12'6') Carpet Flooring, uPVC Double Glazed Window To Rear, 1 x Radiator, Double Wood Framed Frosted Glass Doors To Hallway Lounge 6.32m x 4.61m (20'9' x 15'1') Carpet Flooring, 2 x uPVC Double Glazed Windows To Side, 1 x Radiator, Wood Burner On Marble Base, Double Glazed Patio Doors To: Sun Room 4.36m x 3.79m (14'4' x 12'5') Tiled Flooring, 1 x Radiator, 2 x uPVC Double Glazed Windows To Sides, 2 x uPVC Double Glazed Windows To Rear, uPVC Double Glazed Glass Panel To Rear Garden Bedroom 3 5.014m (max) x 2.829m (max) Carpet Flooring, 1 x Radiator, Built In Double Wardrobe, uPVC Double Glazed Window To Side Bedroom 2 5.037m (max) x 3.714m (max) Carpet Flooring, uPVC Double Glazed Window To Side, Fitted Wardrobes, 1 x Radiator, Built In Storage Cupboard Bedroom 1 4.74m x 4.18m (15'7' x 13'9') Carpet Flooring, uPVC Double Glazed Bay Window To Fore, Built In Storage Cupboard, 1 x Radiator En Suite Bathroom 3.511m (max) x 1.966m (max) Vinyl Flooring, Tiled Walls, uPVC Double Glazed Frosted Glass Window To Side, Bath, WC, Wash Basin, 1 x Radiator Shower Room 2.11m x 2.09m (6'11' x 6'10') Tiled Flooring, Tiled Walls, Walk In Corner Electric Shower, WC, Wash Basin, uPVC Double Glazed Frosted Glass Window To Fore Detached Garage Power Connected

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 ***MODERN HOME WITH SEA VIEWS*** An opportunity to purchase an 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.