- Grade II Georgian Townhouse
- Five Bedrooms
- Bed And Breakfast Or Family Home
- En-Suite Facilities
- Original 16th Century Features
- Beautiful Garden To Rear
- Water Views
- Modern Extension To Rear
Pembroke Town is located in the South of Pembrokeshire, approximately 12 miles away from the county town of Haverfordwest. The town is focused around the spectacular medieval castle, built in 1093 and birthplace to Henry VII, which is accompanied by a stunning mill pond and circular walk. The Main Street offers an array of independent businesses, including gift shops, cafe's and grocery stores. The town also has amenities including banks/building societies, doctors and dental surgery, solicitors, public transport links, convenience stores and both a primary and secondary school.
A two mile drive takes you into Pembroke Dock, where further amenities can be found including many supermarkets, a minor injury clinic and the Irish Ferry terminal to Rosslare. The County town of Haverfordwest is approximately 12 miles away, offering the county hospital, retail parks and council offices.
The nearest beach to Pembroke town is in Freshwater East Bay approximately 3 miles away, with its white sandy beach that remains dog friendly all year round.
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1.90m x 1.05m (6'2" x 3'5" )
4.30m x 5.50m max (14'1" x 18'0" max)
2.98m x 6.27m (9'9" x 20'6" )
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Walk In Cupboard
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3.61m x 5.49m (11'10" x 18'0" )
En-Suite Shower Room
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It isn't often that properties come to market with this such a stylish combination of modern edge and original charm. Parts of this property date back as far as the 16th Century and has been modernised under the careful eye of professionals to ensure that the original features are retained. The property is Grade II listed, boasting beautiful sash widnows with original wooden shutters. The dining room still sits on the original slate stone flooring with original doors leading into the lounge and the hallway. Original Georgian cast iron fireplaces are located in the bedrooms, accompanied by high ceilings to create a real sense of grandure.
The modern twist on this beautiful property is a stunning 25ft extension to the rear, comprising an open plan kitchen/dining/living area. The vaulted ceiling and double aspect bi-folding doors are incredibly impressive, opening out onto the decked balcony with beautiful views over Pembroke mill pond. This is a stunning space for both entertaining guests and as a base for everyday family life. Retaining some traditional features, the kitchen is serviced by a gas fired Aga, and a modern feature wall mounted fireplace with a slate mosaic surround provides a focal point for the living/dining area.
The property is currently run as a successful Bed and Breakfast, as well as being the vendors main residence. The vendors provide the lounge and the dining room as communal guest areas, whilst retaining the kitchen extension for their own private use. The three bedrooms that are used as guest bedrooms are located on the first floor, leaving two double double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the second floor for the use of the vendors. The layout of this property would lend itself to a private family home, but can also be sold as a going concern.
Through the front door you enter the vestibule, which leads into the hallway with stairs to the first floor, and doors to the rear garden, lounge, dining room, and WC with walk in store room. The lounge offers a feature fireplace and leads through to the study/office and the dining room. The dining room retains the slate tiled floor and inglenook fireplace, with wood-burning stove and original bread oven. Leading off from the dining room is the modern extension housing the kitchen, with double aspect bi-folding doors out to the garden.
The stairs take you up to the first floor landing, prodeecing into three bedrooms and shower room. These are used as the guest bedrooms. Bedroom one faces to the front of the property and offers an en-suite shower room and cast iron fireplace. Bedroom two is the family room, also facing front, with a cast iron feature frieplace. Bedroom three is located at the back of the property, which leads onto a generous en-suite bathroom with separate shower unit.
On the top floor are two further double bedrooms with a family bathroom, bedroom four benefitting from full wall fitted wardrobes and another feature fireplace.
To the front of the property is a courtyard seating area which is enclosed by iron railings, with a gated pathway leading up to the front door. French doors from the study/office lead out to this area.
At the rear of the property, the hallway and the modern extension lead out onto a patio area with a characterful patio area, proceeding onto an elevated decked balcony which overlooks the entire garden and mill pond beyond. Steps from the balcony leads down to covered storage beneath, and extends onto a tiered lawn garden, which is enclosed by the original stone town walls. A wooden pergola sits in the centre of the garden, providing a home for creeping plants making an attractive focal point. At the bottom of the garden the vendors have raised vegetable plots, positioned to get maximum daylight.
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Services: We have not checked or tested any of the Services or Appliances
Tenure: We are advised freehold
Tax: Band F
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