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Property for sale

Freshwater East Guide Price £495,000

  • Guy Thomas & Co

    33 MAIN STREET, PEMBROKE, DYFED

    • 01646 278284

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Bedrooms: 4

A WELL PROPORTIONED SPLIT-LEVEL BUNGALOW WITH WONDERFUL UNINTERRUPTED SOUTH-FACING VIEWS OVER THE BEACH, THE BAY, TREWENT HEAD AND THE BRISTOL CHANNEL BEYOND

GENERAL

Situated with the stunning southern section of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Freshwater East is a sought-after village. It has two pubs and is under two miles from the larger village of Lamphey which has a range of amenities including a filling station with convenience store and Post Office, a school, a pub, two hotels, a bakery, a hall, sports facilities and a railway station etc.. The picturesque resort of Tenby is about nine miles and the historic town of Pembroke is circa four miles.

The Wigwam was originally one of Freshwater East's 'shacks' albeit it was rebuilt during the 1980s or thereabouts. It now provides sizeable accommodation and there are fabulous sea and coastal outlooks from six of the principal rooms. The Wigwam would be ideal as a permanent or second/holiday home investment.

The almost triangular shaped Grounds are tiered and slope southwards. Subject to consent, the lower section, which has its own gated access, may have potential as a Building Plot. Interested parties should make their own enquiries with the Planning Department of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority on 01646-624800.

With approximate dimensions, the accommodation briefly comprises:-

UPPER FLOOR

Access via Lower Floor. Porch, Hall and staircase.

Hall

Window and double glazed door which provides additional access via covered steps to rear, attractive balustrade, folding ladder to Attic.

Cloakroom/W.C. - 9'5' x 4'5' (2.87m x 1.35m), suite comprising wash hand basin and WC. Note - This was originally a Bathroom/WC and the plumbing apparently remains in situ.

Living Room

28'2' x 12'1' overall (8.59m x 3.68m), a very impressive almost 'L' shaped triple aspect room, very well lit to include south-facing patio doors, magnificent views over the Burrows, the Dunes, the beach, the bay, Trewent Headland and the Bristol Channel, double glazed door to side providing access to a potential 'Balcony', featuring 'stone' fireplace with Wood Warm solid fuel enclosed fire having back boiler, seven wall light points, access to Conservatory and Kitchen.

Conservatory

16'7' x 12' overall (5.05m x 3.66m), glazing to all four aspects and enjoying breathtaking outlooks similar to the Living Room, patio and French doors to Garden.

Kitchen

14'9' x 9'5' (4.50m x 2.87m), double aspect to rear, range of work surface, cupboards and drawers, built-in electric double oven and hob with extractor over, stainless steel sink, pantry cupboard, plumbing for dishwasher, access to:-

Utility Room

7'1' x 5'8' (2.16m x 1.73m) plus shelved airing/storage cupboard, rear window, stainless steel sink, plumbing for washing machine, door from/to Hall.

Sitting Room/Study/Bedroom 4

20'6' x 12'6' (6.25m x 3.81m), south-facing with superb sea and coastal views.

Master Bedroom

18'8' x 18'7' overall (5.69m x 5.66m), south and west aspects offering glorious coastal and sea outlooks, door to:-

En-Suite Bathroom/WC

10'5' x 4'7' (3.17m x 1.40m), suite comprising bath with flexi shower over, wash hand basin & WC, tiling.

Porch

Part glazed hardwood front door, part glazed door to:-

Hall

Rear window, staircase.

Bedroom 2

20'3' x 9'11' (6.17m x 3.02m), double aspect including splended sea and coastal views.

Bedroom 3

20'2' x 9'10' overall (6.15m x 3.00m), southern aspect with outstanding coastal and sea outlooks.

Bathroom/WC

7'4' x 6'6' (2.24m x 1.98m), suite comprising bath with flexi shower over, wash hand basin and WC, tiling.

OUTSIDE

Gravelled driveway provides ample parking plus space for a boat(s) plus access to the Integral Garage/Workshop (18'11' x 18'10' (5.77m x 5.74m) with wide remote control up and over door, two windows, Belfast sink and door to Hall. The attractive Gardens are mainly laid to lawn and include the Banks and incorporate a variety of established specimen shrubs and ornamental bushes plus a sun-trap paved patio, a pond and water feature etc.. Timber Shed and Summerhouse.

The lower section of the Grounds has mature boundary hedging plus a timber vehicular gate. There is no planning permission at present but, subject to consent, it may have potential as a small triangular Building Plot.

SERVICES Etc (none tested)

Mains electricity and water (metered). No mains gas in Freshwater East. Private drainage. Oil fired central heaitng from a Warm Flow boiler. Double glazed windows - a combination of timber and uPVC frames.

FITTINGS

All the fitted carpets as seen are included.

TENURE

We understand that this is Freehold.

DIRECTIONS

From Pembroke proceed east on the A4139 into Lamphey. Before reaching the Filling Station, turn right signposted Freshwater East. Once at the top of the village, proceed straight on rather than turning right down Trewent Hill towards the beach. Immediately before the Freshwater East Inn, turn right down a tarmacadam lane. The Wigwam will be found on the left hand side.

Neighbourhood average sold house prices

Semi-detached
£249,000
Detached
£435,100

Based on 6 transactions covering the past 5 years. Prices are not adjusted for inflation. Data is supplied by the Land Registry.

  • Guy Thomas & Co

    33 MAIN STREET, PEMBROKE, DYFED

    • 01646 278284