4 bedroom House, Letterston


Key Features

  • Pembrokeshire Long House
  • Character Accommodation
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Exquisite Grounds with Lake
  • Convenient to Amenities
  • Situated in 3.79 Acres
  • EPC Rating: E
A Character Pembrokeshire Long House, situated within 4.5 acres of superbly landscaped gardens, two paddocks and an impressive feature pond, with nature and wildlife's presence a integral part of this property's beauty and charm. Nestled in the heart of Pembrokeshire countryside, approached by a long gravel driveway, Lower Summerhill is only a short walk to the local amenities of Letterston, or less than a mile drive away. The accommodation has been lovingly maintained and offers the character and charm of a cottage combined with the size and flexibility expected of modern day living, with Four Bedrooms, Three Reception Rooms and Three WCs. Lower Summerhill offers the potential for multi-generational living, business potential or to simply live the good life, therefore viewing is essential to fully appreciate this idyllic piece of Pembrokeshire.


Lower Summerhill is nestled on the edge of the village of Letterston, situated down a country road, with bridleway links up to the village and local amenities. Despite your position in the heart of the countryside, just a half a mile drive takes you straight onto the A40, with links right across Pembrokeshire, but only two miles away bringing you to the idyllic village of Wolfscastle, with a two AA rosette restaurant and charming character inn, and one mile to the village of Letterston, with various shops and restaurants, each village with bus routes.

To the north of the county lies the market town and ferry port of Fishguard and village of Goodwick, where there is a ferry terminal to Southern Ireland, and St Davids, renowned as Britain's smallest city, which has numerous facilities such as Schools, Chapels, Banks, Restaurants, Hotels, Art Galleries, Gift Shops, Supermarket, etc. at the heart of which stands the historic Cathedral and ruined Bishops Palace.

Pembrokeshire’s west coast offers long sandy beaches such as Newgale and Broad Haven, particularly popular with 'bucket and spade' and boating enthusiasts, whilst walkers and bird-watchers appreciate the coastal path, which leads to the quaint coastal village of Little Haven. Pembrokeshire’s offshore islands are famous for their incredible natural beauty and fantastic array of wildlife, both above and below the surface with boat trips operating for over 40 years. Skomer and Skokholm islands and their waters are home to a huge variety of birds, including the largest Puffin Colony in Southern Britain, and the largest concentration of Manx-Shearwaters in the world. Further inland lies the county town of Haverfordwest, which has numerous facilities to offer, including popular high street stores, schools and a further educational college, hospital, main line train station, cinema, leisure centre and restaurants.

Across the Cleddau Bridge are various tourist attractions that Pembrokeshire are renowned for, with wildlife hot spots such as Folly Farm and Anna’s Welsh Zoo home to a host of animals, from tigers and lions to peacocks and wallabies, and adventure parks and activity centres such as Heatherton and Oakwood Theme Park. The Bluestone Resort is a 5* National Park Resort, offering fine cuisine, log cabin accommodation and a waterpark ideal for family breaks and days out.

The A477 continues through to the popular destinations of Saundersfoot and Tenby, Harbour Beach having secured the top spot of ‘Best Beach in Europe’ because of the quality of its water, the beauty of its environment and its reputation among visitors, e-tourist organisation European Best Destinations said. Slightly further afield is the well known Pendine Sands and the Town of Camarthen with its shopping precincts and Cinema, Main Line Railway Station. From Carmarthen, the English Border lies approximately 90 miles, with airports at Cardiff and Gatwick close by, providing international transport links.


1.04m x 1.45m (3'5" x 4'9")

Wooden obscured glazed door to front, wooden framed single glazed windows to sides, wall light, glazed panelled door to:

Entrance Hall

2.03m x 2.64m (6'8" x 8'8")

Wooden framed single glazed window to front, Unidare storage heater, wooden ceiling beams, built in coat closet, light switch for floodlights over pond, stairs to first floor, cottage style doors leading off to:

Sun Room

4.57m x 3.40m (15' x 11'2" )

UPVC double glazed window to front and full length window to side, UPVC double glazed french doors to rear, wooden ceiling beams.


1.27m x 0.69m (4'2" x 2'3")

Low level wc, tiled flooring.


4.06m x 6.22m (13'4" x 20'5")

Cast Iron log burner within stone recess with slate hearth, wooden beam mantle and feature shelving, UPVC double glazed window to front, UPVC double glazed french doors to rear with window adjacent, wooden ceiling beams, TV point, Unidare storage heater, door to:

Dining Room

3.99m x 2.87m (13'1" x 9'5")

UPVC double glazed window to front, Unidare heater, wooden framed single glazed french doors to rear, decorative fireplace, wooden ceiling beams, built in cupboard, door to:

Sitting Room

4.50m x 3.94m (14'9" x 12'11")

Quarry tiled flooring, stairs to first floor, wooden ceiling beams, fireplace recess with slate hearth and space for electric fire (the vendor informs us that the chimney is still open therefore the fireplace could be reinstated to a working fireplace, subject to necessary checks),
Unidare storage heater, UPVC double glazed windows to front and rear with slate sills, door to Kitchen/Breakfast Room, UPVC double glazed door to:


1.24m x 1.65m (4'1" x 5'5")

Wooden stable door to front, UPVC double glazed windows to sides and to front, tiled flooring, ceiling spotlight.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

4.29m x 3.81m (14'1" x 12'6")

Matching dark wood base and eye level units with worktop over and tiled splash backs, space for cooker, space for fridge, space for dishwasher, space for washing machine, integrated four ring hob, stainless steel single drainer one and a half bowl sink, UPVC double glazed windows to front and side with single glazed window to side also, tiled flooring, wall mounted heater, access to loft space, extractor fan, feature ceiling beam, stable door and single glazed window into:


1.27m x 2.38m (4'2" x 7'10")

UPVC double glazed window and door to rear, tiled flooring, single glazed window to side, space for tumble dryer and freezer, access to loft space, door to:


1.30m x 1.22m (4'3" x 4')

Pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, single glazed window to rear, tiled flooring.



Single glazed window to rear, wooden ceiling beams, built in double wardrobe, built in shower cubicle, non tested smoke alarm, doors to:


4.57m x 3.38m max (15' x 11'1" max)

UPVC double glazed windows to front, side and rear, wooden ceiling beams.


4.67m x 3.63m approx (15'4" x 11'11" approx)

Velux window to rear, wooden floorboards, UPVC double glazed window to front, wall mounted heater, door to:

Jack and Jill Bedroom

4.65m" x 2.82m max (15'3"" x 9'3" max)

UPVC double glazed windows to front and rear, access to loft space, door to:


5.16m x 0.81m approx (16'11" x 2'8" approx)

UPVC double glazed window to rear with deep sill, non tested smoke alarm, stairs down to sitting room, doors to:


2.77m x 1.65m (9'1" x 5'5")

Panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, velux window to rear, wooden floorboards.


3.14m x 8.02m (10'4" x 26'4")

Two UPVC double glazed windows to front, access to loft space, over stairway cupboard, built in double wardrobe also housing hot water cylinder, wooden floorboards.


The property is approached by a gravel driveway with a bridleway running alongside, sheltered under a canopy of mature trees, which opens up to reveal cream Pembrokeshire long house to the left, facing a landscaped lawned garden to the front, with mature trees and hedgerow borders and a feature stream running down the lawn and disappearing below ground. There is ample parking and turning space to the front of the property, and a further parking area within the rear grounds, secured by an estate gate.

To the immediate rear of the property are two gravel patio seating areas, surrounded by an array of vibrant spring flower borders and mature shrubs, which both effortlessly flow onto the main part of the garden.

The lovingly tended and manicured grounds present a balance of human design and nature's hand, with lawned grounds interspersed fruit trees and shrubs, and bordered right around woodland that provides privacy a view that changes with each season, featuring rhododendrons and azaleas together with bluebells, snowdrops and primroses in the spring, with each summer bringing an array of wild and cultivated roses, honeysuckle, clematis, geraniums and poppies galore!

The main feature of this period style garden is the lake with central mature shrub island, up to 13ft deep, the pond is naturally fed and can be floodlit by lighting fixed to surround trees (light fixtures waiting for re-installment).

Beyond the garden lies two fields, and two stables on a concrete base, which would benefit from maintenance.


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 E

Please be aware a bridleway runs along the front of the property.


Please note that there is important information relating to the property that we need to discuss with you prior to your viewing this property. Please ask our staff for further details.


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


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