5 Bishops Lane

off Upper Lamphey Road


Offers around £135,000

Western Telegraph:

The cottage would perhaps be ideal for first time buyers or retirees.

It is understood that the property originally housed three bedrooms, now reduced to two, although the previous lay-out could be reinstated.

The property comes with front and rear gardens, ample off-road parking facilities, garage, and the potential (subject to planning consent) to extend to the rear while retaining a sizeable rear garden.

Internally, the cottage boasts an entrance porch, six-metre living room, nine-metre kitchen/dining room, timber-built conservatory, two bedrooms (previously three) and a wet room.

Solar panels are fitted, which the agents are informed are solely owned by the property, which generate a regular income, although details are still to be confirmed,

However, this delightful cottage offers the new owner a perfect opportunity to place their own stamp on a new home.

Western Telegraph:

Bishops Lane is situated off the sought-after Upper Lamphey Road where neighbourhood amenities include a convenience store plus the rugby and cricket grounds.

The town centre shops, banks, restaurants and famous Norman castle are about a mile distant, as are the facilities in Lamphey.

The sandy beach at Freshwater East is around three miles away.

Western Telegraph:

The property is timber framed. Interested parties should explain this to their financial advisers/lenders prior to making an offer and/or applying for a mortgage.

Guy Thomas

01646 682342