Glenhaven boasts a very attractive waterside setting to the north of Cosheston and opposite Lawrenny Ferry where the confluence of the Carew and Creswell rivers provide access to the 22 miles or so of navigable Milford Haven Waterway.

The well proportioned accommodation is generally light and airy. The five-bedroom house has been renovated in a contemporary style albeit it retains character. Most of the principal rooms have river views.

Features include master bedroom suite with master bedroom, bathroom and dressing area; guest suite, with en-suite shower room, family bathroom with stone double bath, his and hers wash basins.

The grounds are another special feature. The driveway sweeps down to provide ample parking/hardstanding plus access to the boathouse. Subject to consent, the large boathouse/stores may have commercial/redevelopment potential.

Leading down from the boathouse is a slipway, for the use of launching moderately sized boats.

The grounds extend to almost three acres, There is a river frontage of about 460ft, with Lawrenny and Lawrenny Yacht club about 1,000ft across the river.

Cosheston itself is a sought-after village with a range of amenities including a character pub, a school, a hall, a sports ground and two churches and about two miles from the local towns of Pembroke and Pembroke Dock. The M4 is usually reached in less than an hour.



offers around £895,000

Guy Thomas

01646 682342