4 bedroom , St. Florence, Tenby
Offers In Excess Of £375,000


Key Features

  • Detached Dormer Bungalow
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • En-Suite Bathroom
  • Detached Two Storey Garage
  • Stable Block And Tack Room
  • Wraparound Gardens
  • Village Location
  • Countryside Outlook
The Old Stables is a generous detached dormer bungalow in a scenic village location, within walking distance of a primary school, pub, bus stop and village shop. The layout of the property briefly comprises: entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, utility room, dining room, four double bedrooms, en-suite bathroom, downstairs WC and family bathroom. The property is set within wraparound gardens boasting a lovely rural outlook and is equipped with outbuildings, including a two storey garage and a detached stables block with tack room which would have potential for conversion into an additional dwelling (subject to planning permission). The property benefits from no onward chain and must be viewed in order to be fully appreciated.

St Florence is a village of immense charm and past winner of the coveted Wales in Bloom trophy. There are many pretty cottages, one with a well-known architectural feature known as a Flemish chimney - one of the last surviving examples of its kind in the area. It also has an interesting 13th century church.

St Florence is 3 miles inland from Tenby on the road towards Carew Castle. Close by are three of Pembrokeshires biggest attractions, Manor House Wildlife Park, Heatherton Sports Park and The Dinosaur Park. In the village is Grandiflora garden centre and Bramley's Tea Rooms.

Slightly further afield to the East is the well known seadide resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot and the town of Carmarthen with its shopping centre and cinema, main line Railway station and excellent links to the M4 corridor. To the West is Pembroke Dock where you can find the major supermarkets, larger retail outlets and the Irish Ferry terminal to Rosslare. The county town of Haverfordwest is approximately 20 miles away with its County Hospital, retail parks and other larger amenities.

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Entrance Hall


4.63m x 3.53m (15'2" x 11'6")

Dining Room

3.07m x 4.46m (10'0" x 14'7" )


4.46m x 5.38m (14'7" x 17'7" )

Rear Porch

2.57m x 1.04m (8'5" x 3'4" )


0.98m x 1.94m (3'2" x 6'4" )

Utility Room

2.96m x 3.96m (9'8" x 12'11" )

Bedroom One

3.46m x 3.28m (11'4" x 10'9" )

En-Suite Bathroom

1.17m x 2.20m (3'10" x 7'2" )


Bedroom Two

3.93m x 4.88m (12'10" x 16'0")

Bedroom Three

4.84m x 4.08m (15'10" x 13'4" )

Bedroom Four

3.901m x 2.52m (12'9" x 8'3" )


3.11m x 3.51m (10'2" x 11'6" )


6.73m x 5.74m (upstairs 5.74m x 6.73m) (22'0" x 18

Stable Block

4.64m x 7.59m (tack room 3.18m x 8.44m) (15'2" x 2

Through the front door you enter into a welcoming open plan hallway with an easy to clean tiled floor and plenty of space for coats/boots, with a staircase leading to the first floor. In the kitchen there is space for a breakfast table and French doors lead out onto the patio area at the rear. An archway leading into the dining room creates a social space which is ideal for family life. In the lounge there are further French doors leading to the rear, and a feature fireplace. Leading off from the kitchen is a handy rear porch, extending into a very generous utility room and downstairs WC. The ground floor also offers a double bedroom with full length wardrobes with mirrored sliding doors, and an en-suite bathroom. On the first floor there are three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedrooms two and three have fitted wardrobes and access to the eaves storage. the family bathroom has a bath and a separate shower cubicle. All of the rooms are fitted with hardwood framed windows and is serviced by an oil fired central heating system.

The front of the property is secured by a wooden gate, leading onto a driveway providing off road parking for several cars and access to the detached garage. Lawn gardens lead around the side of the property to the rear, where there is a patio seating area leading off from the kitchen. The garden extends down to a further garden area which would be suitable for either parking, as vehicular access to the stable block or could be landscaped to further enhance the garden area. The property enjoys countryside views from most aspects, with surrounding fields leading off from the garden.

The detached garage offers two storeys of handy work space, extending some 22 feet and benefitting from an electricity supply. At the rear of the property is the stable block which we have been advised has previously had planning permission to convert into a separate dwelling. Subject to the necessary planning permission, the access and the location lends itself to potentially being converted into an idyllic holiday let or residential annexe.

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

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