Letterston, Pembrokeshire

£600,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A Character Pembrokeshire Long House, situated within 4.5 acres of superbly landscaped gardens, two paddocks and an impressive feature pond, with nature and wildlife's presence a integral part of this property's beauty and charm. Nestled in the heart of Pembrokeshire countryside, approached by a long gravel driveway, Lower Summerhill is only a short walk to the local amenities of Letterston, or less than a mile drive away. The accommodation has been lovingly maintained and offers the character and charm of a cottage combined with the size and flexibility expected of modern day living, with Four Bedrooms, Three Reception Rooms and Three WCs. Lower Summerhill offers the potential for multi-generational living, business potential or to simply live the good life, therefore viewing is essential to fully appreciate this idyllic piece of Pembrokeshire.

Lower Summerhill is nestled on the edge of the village of Letterston, situated down a country road, with bridleway links up to the village and local amenities. Despite your position in the heart of the countryside, just a half a mile drive takes you straight onto the A40, with links right across Pembrokeshire, but only two miles away bringing you to the idyllic village of Wolfscastle, with a two AA rosette restaurant and charming character inn, and one mile to the village of Letterston, with various shops and restaurants, each village with bus routes.

To the north of the county lies the market town and ferry port of Fishguard and village of Goodwick, where there is a ferry terminal to Southern Ireland, and St Davids, renowned as Britain's smallest city, which has numerous facilities such as Schools, Chapels, Banks, Restaurants, Hotels, Art Galleries, Gift Shops, Supermarket, etc. at the heart of which stands the historic Cathedral and ruined Bishops Palace.

Porch

1.04m x 1.45m (3'5 x 4'9 )

Entrance Hall

2.03m x 2.64m (6'8 x 8'8 )

Study

4.57m x 3.40m (15' x 11'2 )

WC

1.27m x 0.69m (4'2 x 2'3 )

Lounge

4.06m x 6.22m (13'4 x 20'5 )

Dining Room

3.99m x 2.87m (13'1 x 9'5 )

Sitting Room

4.50m x 3.94m (14'9 x 12'11 )

Porch

1.24m x 1.65m (4'1 x 5'5 )

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

WC

1.30m x 1.22m (4'3 x 4')

FIRST FLOOR

Landing

Bedroom

Bedroom

Bedroom

Bathroom

Bedroom

Two UPVC double glazed windows to front, access to loft space, over stairway cupboard, built in double wardrobe also housing hot water cylinder, wooden floorboards.

INTERNALLY

A Character Pembrokeshire Long House, situated within 4.5 acres of superbly landscaped gardens, two paddocks and an impressive feature pond, with nature and wildlife's presence a integral part of this property's beauty and charm. Nestled in the heart of Pembrokeshire countryside, approached by a long gravel driveway, Lower Summerhill is only a short walk to the local amenities of Letterston, or less than a mile drive away. The property has been lovingly maintained and offers a wealth of character and charm of a cottage combined with the size and flexibility expected of modern day living. The accommodation briefly comprises; Porch, Hallway, Study, WC, cosy Lounge with multi-fuel burner, Dining Room, Sitting Room with Log-burner, modern, country-style Kitchen fitted in 2018, with a selection of hard oak base units, complimentary work surfaces, island and Belfast sink and WC on the ground floor. Stairs on either side of the property lead up to Four Bedrooms and a beautifully appointed family Bathroom, with freestanding bath and shower cubicle separate. Lower Summerhill offers the potential for multi-generational living, business potential or to simply live the good life, therefore viewing is essential to fully appreciate this idyllic piece of Pembrokeshire.

LOCATION

Lower Summerhill is nestled on the edge of the village of Letterston, situated down a country road, with bridleway links up to the village and local amenities. Despite your position in the heart of the countryside, just a half a mile drive takes you straight onto the A40, with links right across Pembrokeshire, but only two miles away bringing you to the idyllic village of Wolfscastle, with a two AA rosette restaurant and charming character inn, and one mile to the village of Letterston, with various shops and restaurants, each village with bus routes.

EXTERNALLY

The property is approached by a gravel driveway with a bridleway running alongside, sheltered under a canopy of mature trees, which opens up to reveal cream Pembrokeshire long house to the left, facing a landscaped lawned garden to the front, with mature trees and hedgerow borders and a feature stream running down the lawn and disappearing below ground. There is ample parking and turning space to the front of the property, and a further parking area within the rear grounds, secured by an estate gate.

To the immediate rear of the property are two gravel patio seating areas, surrounded by an array of vibrant spring flower borders and mature shrubs, which both effortlessly flow onto the main part of the garden.

The lovingly tended and manicured grounds present a balance of human design and nature's hand, with lawned grounds interspersed fruit trees and shrubs, and bordered right around woodland that provides privacy a view that changes with each season, featuring rhododendrons and azaleas together with bluebells, snowdrops and primroses in the spring, with each summer bringing an array of wild and cultivated roses, honeysuckle, clematis, geraniums and poppies galore!

The main feature of this period style garden is the lake with central mature shrub island, up to 13ft deep, the pond is naturally fed and can be floodlit by lighting fixed to surround trees (light fixtures waiting for re-installment).

Beyond the garden lies two fields, and two stables on a concrete base, which would benefit from maintenance.

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 E

Please be aware a bridleway runs along the front of the property and the property is served by private drainage.

RS/EG/14/12/20/OK

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