- End Terrace House
- Four Bedrooms
- Three Reception Rooms
- Stunning Original Features
- Workshop And Side Access
- Garden To Rear
- Planning Permission To Convert Into Two Dwellings
- Application No: 15/0497/PA
Pembroke Dock, or the Port of Pembroke, is located on the edge of the Milford Haven waterway, with its historic Royal Dockyard, and is now the site of the Irish Ferries terminal to Rosslare. There are a range of amenities in the locality, including supermarkets, banks, doctors and dental surgeries, leisure centre and both primary and secondary schools. For further amenities, the county town of Haverfordwest is approximately 12 miles away, offering the county hospital, retail parks and council offices. Daily bus and train services run through Pembroke Dock, the train heading direct to Swansea (proceeding onto London Paddington) and buses to many areas of the county.
Many areas of Pembroke Dock boast stunning views of the Milford Haven waterway, with a Westerly facing aspect allowing for stunning sunsets over the horizon. There is endless beautiful countryside and coastal scenery available within just a short drive of Pembroke Dock, with white sandy beaches in Freshwater East and West being the nearest.
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The first thing that you immediately notice about this property is an abundance of original features, which run through the entire property. The property has been owned by the same family since the 1950's, so much of its charm has been retained. The most prominent features include intricate patterned coving and ceiling rose, stained glass windows and authentic wooden floorboards. Open fireplaces are available in most rooms, whilst currently boarded over, the vendor has advised that the original cast iron units remain inside. Having seen a lot of townhouses in Pembroke Dock, we feel as though this one is a real hidden gem with the potential to be a generous family home or an exciting project for a developer.
Come On In...
The main entrance immediately leads you into a vesitbule area, with a beautiful stained glass door leading into the hallway. Leading off from the hallway is the front reception room (4.57m x 3.70m), a back reception room (4.19m x 3.78) , kitchen (2.50m x 3.10m) with a separate pantry and a dining room (4.80m x 3.32m). The split level staircase boasts a tall arches stained glass window and takes you to the first level, where there is a toilet (1.04m x 1.21m), a separate bathroom (1.93m x 2.15m), a walk in airing cupboard housing shelving and boiler, and the largest bedroom with double aspect windows (4.80m x 3.32m). On the next level is where you will find bedroom two (3.33m x 3.78m), bedroom three (3.70m x 3.48m) and bedroom four (3.72m x 2.27m). A staircase then takes you up to the converted loft, where three more rooms can be found: room one (2.91m x 2.75), room two (2.94m x 2.39) and room three (2.84m x 5.30m) This room is currently in use as a further bedroom by the current vendors.
The door from the hallway leads into the garden at the rear of the property. The garden offers a patio seating area leading onto to a flat lawn garden which is enclosed by walls. A detached workshop offers hadny work or storage space, measuring 3.57m x 3.07m A gate to the side of the garden leads onto a side lane, where vehicular access is available.
The planning permission allows for the property to be split into two separate dwellings, with the demolition of the garage and a communal garden with driveway to the rear. The plans can be viewed in the Pembroke office on request, please contact 01646 680006. Alternatively they are available on Pembrokeshire County Council's website, quoting planning reference: 15/0497/PA.
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 D HC/ESR/12/17/OK/ESR