- Beautiful Family Home
- Four Bedrooms
- Adjoined Two Bedroom Apartment
- Idyllic Village Location
- Off Road Parking
- Four Reception Rooms
- Mature Garden With Seating Areas
- 10 Minute Walk To The Beach
- Spectacular Balcony Sea Views of Tenby and Carmarthen Bay
- EPC Rating D
The family size accommodation is set over two floors, with all doors of the ground floor designed for wheelchair access, and briefly comprising: Entrance Lobby, 24ft Lounge with bespoke marble fireplace, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Bosch appliances, Cloakroom and Integral Garage with workshop and potting room on the Ground Floor. The first floor has Four Bedrooms, two with En-Suite Shower Rooms, Luxury Family Bathroom with travertine tiled walls and flooring, Cloakroom, Sitting Room with sliding doors onto the Balcony and 32ft Family Room with handmade wooden drinks bar and multi fuel burner.
The well-presented self-contained apartment adjoins the property and offers a wealth of potential, from multi-generational living to holiday letting opportunity, and briefly comprises Front Porch, Lounge, Kitchen, Two Bedrooms, and Bathroom, with access to the rear garden and an immediate patio seating area.
Penally lies just over a mile from Tenby in the county of Pembrokeshire, South West Wales. The charming village has easy access to the sea, making it a popular spot with visitors, and there are spectacular views from the village towards Caldey Island, Giltar Point and Tenby. In the heart of the village you will find Penally Abbey a luxurious Hotel and Restaurant that boasts historic charm and an experience of elegance.
The village church was originally dedicated to St Nicholas but St Teilo was added at the end 19th century, as Penally was his birthplace. The church dates back to the 13th century and includes a striking fortress like tower. Inside are two magnificent stone crosses which date back to the 12th century. The crosses stood in the churchyard for 100 years before being restored and moved inside the church. The village hall has a variety of clubs such as craft, bowls, Women's Institute, quiz evenings, tai chi, various exhibitions and musical evenings. English and Welsh medium schools are within driving distance, with the comprehensive school only a mile away. Local trains from Penally lead to Carmarthen and Swansea, with intercity trains to London, and the local bus services provide transport to Haverfordwest and Tenby.
Tenby is a harbour town and seaside resort known as "Little England beyond Wales", which offers a unique blend of coastal and historic charm with a bustling atmosphere relished by tourists and locals alike. From restaurants and ice cream parlors, to boat trips and adventure parks, Tenby has something to offer for those of all ages.
See our website www.westwalesproperties.co.uk for our own TV Channel with Location Films of the area.
Come on in...
...and step into the entrance lobby, tastefully decorated with wooden French doors leading into both the lounge and dining room, offering a glimpse of the incredible views to come through the dining room and through the kitchen window at the rear of the property. The entrance lobby offers a coat closet, stairs to the first floor and also convenient integral access into the garage, workshop and utility area. The ground floor lounge is approximately 24ft and is a substantial family sized room, with natural light welcomed in through the front bow window and fine features such as the ceiling rose and a bespoke marble fireplace with electric fire. To the rear of the lounge is access into the internal hallway, with further built in storage and a cloakroom, with access through into the dining room, which currently comfortably holds an eight-seater dining table.
Double doors lead down a step into the kitchen/breakfast room, fitted with light base and eye level unit with Bosch appliances including dishwasher, eye level oven and grill, integrated hob and extractor hood and space for an American style fridge/freezer. The position of the one and a half bowl stainless steel sink certainly makes washing up less of a chore, with the stunning sea views at your eye level.
On the first floor, the first two bedrooms to the left of the property both offer a fitted double wardrobe, with the third bedroom providing substantial built-in wardrobe space, a shower cubicle and vanity wash hand basin. The Master Bedroom enjoys views over the village green, and benefits from fitted wardrobes and a personal en-suite shower room with wash hand basin, and an airing cupboard. The family bathroom is stylish and luxurious, with travertine tiled floor and surround, with a Jacuzzi panelled bath fitted with LED lighting and waterfall tap with hand held shower head, double walk in shower cubicle, wash hand basin with waterfall tap, wc, heated towel rail, dressing table and vanity storage unit and an anti-mist heated full length wall mounted mirror.
The sitting room situated on the first floor is where you can sit, relax and enjoy the glorious water views towards Tenby and Carmarthen Bay, and even step out onto the balcony through the glazed sliding patio door in the milder weather, where there is space for a breakfast table and two chairs. Through the sitting room you will find the family room; the perfect room to entertain family and friends and enjoy the handcrafted wooden drinks bar, sit around the log burner and with room for a pool table. This room, which is positioned directly above the adjoined apartment, offers potential to be used either as an additional bedroom or could be incorporated into the annex as first floor lounge (subject to necessary consents).
The ground floor two bedroom apartment benefits from its own front door access and offers a lounge area with views over the village green, two bedrooms and a kitchen/breakfast room with fitted units and access to the rear garden and bathroom. This apartment could be utilised for multigenerational living, overflow guest accommodation or provide an income as a holiday letting opportunity.
…from the kitchen door and onto the patio seating area, ideal for summer barbeques and entertaining, with space for outdoor dining furniture. Steps down lead to the walled garden with a sizable lawned area, ideal for families and pets.
To the rear of the garden is ideal for those with green fingers, including several raised beds, thriving with the likes of rhubarb, strawberries, gooseberries and herbs, with nearby fruit tress including plum, cherry and apple, and a central walkway back into the lawned garden beneath the trellis arch. A secluded patio area to the very rear of the garden is the ideal spot to potentially enjoy a hot tub, or even a second seating area, where you can follow the evening sun.
To the side of the property there is space for two vehicles to park in tandem, with gated access to the front, where there are a further two/three parking spaces, and access into the garage.
3.73m x 5.38m (12'3 x 17'8)
7.69m x 5.18m (25'3" x 17'0")
3.60m x 5.35m (11'10" x 17'7")
3.66m x 5.29m (12'0" x 17'4")
1.47m x 2.06m (4'10 x 6'9)
5.23m x 3.51m (17'2" x 11'6")
Potting Room/Utility Area
2.40m x 3.75m (7'10" x 12'4")
5.11m x 2.51m (16'9" x 8'3")
4.08m x 5.09m (13'5" x 16'8")
1.04m x 2.13m approx (3'5" x 7' approx)
4.24m x 3.77m (13'11" x 12'4")
1.84m x 5.11m (6'0" x 16'9")
2.44m x 3.75m (8'0" x 12'4")
4.65m x 2.55m (15'3" x 8'4")
2.54m x 5.49m (8'4" x 18')
3.62m x 5.42m (11'11" x 17'9")
1.83m x 5.11m (6'0" x 16'9")
9.88m x 3.61m (32'5" x 11'10")
3.46m x 3.61m (11'4" x 11'10")
2.67m x 3.93m (8'9" x 12'11")
2.34m x 1.30m (7'8" x 4'3")
2.99m x 2.68m (9'10" x 8'10")
1.74m x 2.68m (5'9" x 8'10")
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 C