Devon House

The Green



Devon House is a gentleman's residence originally constructed in 1884 for the Brigadier of the Devonshire Regiment and later owned by a local family from Pembroke from the 1920s to 2000s.

It is unique in several respects and incorporates some fine Victorian features including high ceilings and ornamental coving, stunning fireplaces, an impressive staircase, beautiful joinery and some polished timber floors etc.

The house itself provides well proportioned accommodation which is generally light and airy and briefly comprises: Entrance hall, reception hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, inner hall, kitchen and breakfast room and cloakroom to the ground floor.

To the first floor is an elegant landing, master suite comprising 4.98m bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en-suite, four further double bedrooms and stunning, character bathroom. On the second floor is bedroom 6/studio/study.

Devon House would be ideal for a family but, subject to any necessary consent, it has various commercial potential including as a guest house.

The sunny, established and secluded garden is a special feature.

The grounds extend down to the beautiful Lower Mill Pondwhere there are swans plus a variety of other fauna and flora. There is a sizeable timber decking which boasts splendid outlooks including fabulous Pembroke Castle and two superb holm oak trees.

Guy Thomas

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