5 bedroom , Tenby
Offers In Excess Of £800,000

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Key Features

  • Grade 2 Listed
  • Four Story Town House
  • Commercial Space / Shop
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen / Breakfast Room
  • Living Room and Music Room
  • Sea Views
  • Town Centre Location
  • EPC Rating: TBC
**VIRTUAL VIEWING VIDEO** ** RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL**

The opportunity to purchase this Grade 2 listed, four-story townhouse with commercial space which is currently being used as a Wool Shop, situated centrally in the sought after town centre of Tenby, within the Pembrokeshire National Park.

The residential accommodation briefly comprises: On the Ground Floor, Entrance Hall with seating area and door leading down to the Cellar, which is divided into three spaces, Boiler Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Patio Door leaving out to the rear garden and the Inner Hall/Stairwell with door leading through to the Commercial Area. The first floor houses: Landing, Living Room, Study, Dining Room and Bathroom, There is a landing area, Three Double Bedrooms, a Shower Room and a Single Bedroom situated on the second floor and the Third Floor Houses the Master Bedroom with Feature Rolltop Bath, WC and Music Room with Juliette Balcony.

The Commercial Premises, which is currently being used as a Wool Shop, comprises: Shop which is double fronted with bay windows and Store Room with a Sink and Washbasin, there is also plumbing available should a WC be required.

Externally to the rear of the property, there is a tiered walled garden. With steps leading to various areas including a lawned area and a paved area. There is also an Outbuilding/Stone Storage Room at the rear of the garden.

Entrance Hallway

1.33m x 5.32m (4'4" x 17'5")

Boiler Room

3.87m x 1.11m (12'8" x 3'7")

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

3.90m x 5.20m (12'9" x 17'0")

Inner Hall

1.95m x 3.75m (6'4" x 12'3")

First Floor Landing

2.24m x 1.79m (7'4" x 5'10")

Study

3.42m x 3.59m (11'2" x 11'9")

Dining Room

3.01m x 3.58m (9'10" x 11'8")

Bathroom

1.59m x 2.25m (5'2" x 7'4")

Living Room

4.92m x 6.45m (16'1" x 21'1")

Second Floor Landing

3.88m x 1.14m (12'8" x 3'8")

Bedroom 2

3.86m x 3.56m (12'7" x 11'8")

Bedroom 3

2.83m x 4.98m (9'3" x 16'4")

Second Floor Shower Room

1.42m 2.20m (4'7" 7'2")

Bedroom 4

3.18m x 4.86m (10'5" x 15'11")

Bedroom 5

1.42m x 2.20m (4'7" x 7'2")

Music Room

6.18m (including stairwell) x 3.60m (20'3" (includ

Top Floor WC

1.23m x 1.43m (4'0" x 4'8")

Master Bedroom

2.33m x 6.19m (7'7" x 20'3")

Cellar Room 1

3.38m x 3.98m (11'1" x 13'0")

Cellar Room 2

4.01m x 3.84m (13'1" x 12'7")

Vaulted Cellar

2.28m x 2.58m (7'5" x 8'5")

Shop

4.46m 4.92m (14'7" 16'1")

Shop Store Room

1.44m x 2.62m (4'8" x 8'7")

Come on In...

Step through the door to the right of the wool shop and Frogmore House welcomes you into the Entrance Hall with period feature tiled floor, a seating area and a door to your left leading down to the Cellar, which is divided into three spaces two with their own feature fireplaces one of which is fully functional.

At the end of the Entrance Hall, you will find the Boiler Room, this useful space is also currently used as a cloakroom/store cupboard. To your left you enter the central stairwell of the property, this space has an opening to your right, to the Kitchen/Breakfast room, with a range of base and eye level units, space for at least a 6 seater dining table and patio doors leading out to the rear garden. The stairwell also has a door leading through to the commercial aspect of the property.

Head up the stairs to the first floor of the property, with doors from the landing this floor houses the Living Room, this 6.45-metre long room has a feature window overlooking the street, and a fireplace, Study with a wall of bookshelves, Dining Room and Bathroom with bath, washbasin and WC.

Continue up the stairs to the second floor where you will find Three Double Bedrooms, a Shower Room and a Single Bedroom and the Third Floor, under the eaves, houses the Music Room this open space has a skylight and patio doors opening to Juliette Balcony with far-reaching rooftop and sea views. The Master Bedroom with a feature rolltop bath is also sited on this floor along with a separate WC.

Commercial Premises

Currently being used as a Wool Shop, this double fronted store which has two bay windows is known to be an example of what to expect from a period Pembrokeshire shop front.

The shop has a useful Store Room at its rear, which houses a sink and washbasin, there is also plumbing available in this room, should a WC also be required.

Step Outside...

Step out of the property via the double doors in the Kitchen / Breakfast Room to a paved path at the bottom of the rear garden. With central steps leading up to a lawned area this tiered, walled garden is a mature landscaped space, bordered by flowering plants and shrubs.

At the rear of the garden, there is an outbuilding/stone storage room with an original brick floor, but the real focal point of this outdoor space is the town wall, this 13th Century Grade 1 medieval defensive structure, which includes a castellation and an arrow slit, is the responsibility of Cadw. There are also curved stone steps leading up to the paved area on the top of the outbuilding.

This relaxing space, in a busy seaside resort, is ideal for enjoying a good book after a hard day's work.

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