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Newton Road, Llanstadwell, Llanstadwell Offers in the region of £499,000

  • John Francis - Milford Haven

    83 Charles Street, Milford Haven, SA73 2HA

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Bedrooms: 5

With awards and accolades for the quality of its coastline, Pembrokeshire is heaven for swimmers, beachcombers, wildlife-watchers, walkers and outdoor adventurers. Its towns, villages and campsites are fantastic for family holidays, but even better to live in! Point House is located in the village of Llanstadwell with its fantastic coastal aspect, and very near to some of Pembrokeshire's award winning beaches & coastal path. In 2011 National Geographic magazine voted Pembrokeshire the second-best coastal destination in the world and Point House showcases some of the tremendous views on offer. Located on a sizeable plot the house itself is now in a dated decorative condition however the potential is amazing as the location is simply incredible. Please contact John Francis for further details or to arrange your viewing.

Point House, Llanstadwell

The hamlet of Llanstadwell dates back to the 12th Century and still retains a lovely church with a small population of approx 700 people. Amenities and facilities are all nearby with Llanstadwell being centrally located between the towns of Milford Haven, Pembroke, Neyland & the County Town of Haverfordwest, all within an 8 mile radius. The Neyland & Milford Haven Marinas, which have seen huge improvements & upgrades recently now offer a wide range of boutiques, restaurants, bars and regular social events such as Milford Haven Fish Week all of which attract a wide audience and make the area attractive to locals and tourists alike. Point House offers you the opportunity to relocate to an area of stunning natural beauty whilst offering you a prestigious and spacious family home with almost unlimited potential.

Entrance to Point House

Is via a lane towards the house with its own substantial off road parking area. There is a rear door allowing access to the entrance hall or a side entrance to the lower ground floor.

Entrance Hallway

The large entrance hallway leads directly to the first floor, has an intercom system and alarm system, radiator and large window to the rear. The stairs lead down to the lower ground floor and -

Lower Entrance Vestibule

Storage cupboard, radiator, archway to -

Dining Room

14'6 x 12'7 (4.42m x 3.84m)

Lounge

26'5 x 19'3 Max (8.05m x 5.87m Max)

Music/Family Room

13'1 x 11'3 (3.99m x 3.43m)

Study

12'2 x 6'9 (3.71m x 2.06m)

Kitchen Area

17'9 x 10'7 Max (5.41m x 3.23m Max)

Rear Hallway

W.C

Utility Room

15'9 x 7'4 (4.80m x 2.24m)

First Floor Landing

Master Suite

26'8 x 14'9 Max (8.13m x 4.50m Max)

Ensuite Shower Room

11'8 x 7'8 (3.56m x 2.34m)

Bedroom 2

13'3 x 13'3 (4.04m x 4.04m)

Bedroom 3

10'11 x 9'5 (3.33m x 2.87m)

Bedroom 4

13'10 x 13'7 (4.22m x 4.14m)

Bedroom 5

13'5 x 9'4 (4.09m x 2.84m)

Family Bathroom

11'2 x 9'6 Max (3.40m x 2.90m Max)

Cloakroom

Externally

Point House is set in a plot of amazing beauty, stretching to approx 2 acres with landscaped garden areas and of course panoramic waterway views. There is also a further plot of land to the side of the property which could be further landscaped but is currently sloping and with natural field grass and shrubbery. The land is sloping but has been tiered in places and the potential is vast. There is a stunning patio area as well as areas set aside for vegetable plots and recreational areas with a large off road parking area to the rear of the property.

The View!

With panoramic waterway views Point House has arguably one of the best views in Pembrokeshire!

Tenure

We are advised the property is Freehold.

Mains

Mains services are connected.

Council Tax Band G

Council Tax Band G - £1785.28 Per Annum (2016/17)

Surrounding Area Information

Milford Haven only developed as a town on the 19th century and due to its position sitting on the shores of the largest estuary in Wales and one of the deepest natural harbours in the world and because of that has a long history connected to the sea. Navel dockyards, passenger liners, and a fishing fleet all pepper the towns history.

Transport.

Milford Haven has a railway station and a good bus service linking to Haverfordwest and also out to Dale with the coastal bus service 315.

What's in Milford Haven?

Activities

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs through Milford Haven as it skirts the edge of the Milford Haven Waterway. Highlights in the vicinity include Lindsway Bay and Sandy Haven as well as the recently improved Marina areas of both Neyland and Milford Haven.

Sailing is a popular pastime in Milford Haven with a marina and all its support services replacing the once massive fishing fleet.

Attractions.

Where there was once a commercial quayside there are now cafés, restaurants and smart shops, with a ten pin bowling alley called Phoenix Bowl and an indoor play area on the western side of the marina.

The seafaring history of Milford Haven can be seen in the local museum, housed in one of the oldest buildings in the town; the old whale oil storage building built in 1797.

Food and drink.

Cafes, shops and restaurants line the marina area. Milford Haven also has a full range of shops, pubs and supermarkets in the town above the marina.

Accommodation.

There are a few hotels in Milford Haven along Hamilton Terrace, however, most of the tourist orientated accommodation is further west towards Dale, Marloes and Little Haven where you can find B&Bs, guest houses, farmhouse accommodation, camp sites, touring caravan sites and self catering cottages.

Some self catering accommodation is available in Smoke House Quay, an apartment development on the water's edge next to the marina. There's also a bunkhouse at Herbrandston, close to the Coast Path.

Surrounding Area Information (Contd)

The History of Milford Haven.

Milford Havens history can be dated back to the Vikings in 854 when chieftain Hubba wintered his fleet of 23 ships in the Haven. Since then Milford has been used in many a campaigns; Richard ll used Milford haven to launch his attacks on Ireland in 1399 so too did Cromwell and his army in 1649.

The hamlet of Priory is where the remains of Pill Priory can be seen. Pill Priory was a Tironian house founded in the 12th century and believed to be a daughter house of St Dogmaels Abbey in north Pembrokeshire. Established by the Tironian order of Benedictine Monks.

It wasnt until 1790 that Milford Haven town was conceived. The land was the property of Sir William Hamilton, but it was Charles Francis Greville who applied for an act of Parliament to enable Sir William and his heirs to make docks, construct quays, establish markets, with roads and avenues to the port, and to regulate the police.

Milford Haven was built as a grid system and includes some fine Georgian houses, particularly along Hamilton Terrace. It was hoped the port would become the preferred embarkation point for trans-Atlantic passengers, brought to Milford on the railway, but, unfortunately, that never happened.

In the 18th century, the Nantucket Quaker Whalers made it their home port for the great whaling fleets of the age and in the early part of the 20th century it was the base for a very large fishing industry. It was once possible to walk across the entire width of the docks on the decks of trawlers. These days, Milford Haven is better known for the oil and gas refineries on either side of the town.

Milford Haven docks still retain some small commercial function but most of the docks have been given over to a marina and marina village. There are also regular visits by cruise ships exploring the west of Britain and Ireland.

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  • John Francis - Milford Haven

    83 Charles Street, Milford Haven, SA73 2HA

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    • 01656 372318