Little Rickeston, Milford Haven

£340,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Offering the charm and style of a Detached Country Cottage, with the space and style of a modern family home, rarely does a property in the location come to the market! Nestled in the Pembrokeshire countryside in the rural hamlet of Little Rickeston, yet just 4 miles from the town centre and amenities of Milford Haven, this unique property enjoys the best of both worlds.

The living accommodation provides a cosy-cottage atmosphere, which is complemented by the amount of natural light let into the property through picture windows and patio sliding doors, and the generous proportions of the rooms, briefly comprising lounge, breakfast room, kitchen and dining room. There are three double bedrooms, bathroom and utility room on the ground floor, with a fourth bedroom on the first floor, enjoying countryside views of the surrounding fields.

Externally, the property is set within approximately half an acre of well maintained lawned grounds, with a vegetable garden, established mature shrubs, south-west seating area, two storage sheds and driveway parking; grounds of immense potential, whether you enjoy gardening, growing your own kitchen garden, want to collect your own eggs for breakfast, or simply want a family sized garden.

If you are looking to live the country life, with amenities less than a 10-minute drive away, then please call us to arrange your viewing.

Situated within the hamlet of Little Rickeston, which is approximately 4 miles from the town of Milford Haven and only 15 mins drive from Haverfordwest. The beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline is approximately 2.5 miles, famous for its sandy beaches, rugged cliffs and coastal path. Milford Haven has the largest port in Wales, and the third largest port in the United Kingdom. The Marina has been developed to include a range of shops, cafes, restaurants and boutiques, all of which benefit from the substantial parking area. The town also benefits from a variety of shops and supermarkets, leisure centre, primary and secondary schools, and the Torch Theatre and Cinema.

Come on in...

...through the sizable porch, with space for your wellies and walking boots, and into the tiled hallway, leading to the living space to the left and bedrooms to the right. The modern sandstone effect bathroom straight ahead is fitted with both a corner shower cubicle and paneled bath, with built in airing cupboard, accessible to both living space and bedroom. The dining room enjoys a wealth of natural light, from the rear window and the south-west facing sliding doors which lead out onto a suntrap patio seating area. With space for a family dining table, this room could be utilised as a second living room or bedroom.

The kitchen is fitted with cream stylish base and eye level units, with a matching range cooker serving the heating system, and black gloss granite worktop, offering ample cupboard storage space, with integrated appliances including dishwasher, fridge, four ring NEFF hob, and bowl sink with grooved granite drainer. Under a feature beam takes you through to the breakfast area, with sliding doors leading to the south-west facing patio, allowing flexible living space in the summer with the doors of the dining room and breakfast area open. With matching timber beams, the cottage style continues to the spacious yet cosy lounge, with triple aspect lighting and window seat. The staircase leads to the first bedroom, and the only first floor room in the property, with countryside views.

Two of the three further double bedrooms offer built in storage space, with the second bedroom also enjoying an en-suite shower room with vanity wash hand basin and wc. The utility/garden room can be accessed by the hallway and from the rear of the property, and provides space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and further storage.

Step Outside...

The property is approached by a gravel driveway, with timber gated entrance, leading to parking and turning area for three/four cars, with shallow steps down to the front porch, with established shrub gardens to either side. A concrete path leads around to the side of the cottage, where there is a low maintenance courtyard and personal access to the lower part of the country lane, and further access around the property to the secluded patio seating area, south-west facing, with access into the dining room and breakfast area, therefore ideal for alfresco dining and enjoying a Pembrokeshire summer!

The grounds measure approximately 0.53 acres, and mostly comprise of well maintained lawned garden, with vegetable garden and greenhouse, timber shed and second corregated iron shed ideal for storage, and views all around of the rolling fields and countryside.

Porch

1.78m x 2.49m (5'10 x 8'2)

Hall

Dining Room

5.72m x 3.61m (18'9 x 11'10 )

Kitchen

3.51m x 3.61m (11'6 x 11'10 )

Breakfast Room

3.59m x 3.92m (11'9 x 12'10 )

Lounge

5.87m x 4.75m (19'3 x 15'7 )

Bathroom

2.57m x 3.23m max (8'5 x 10'7 max)

Bedroom 1

3.02m x 3.33m (9'11 x 10'11)

En-suite

0.86m x 2.39m (2'10 x 7'10)

Bedroom 2

3.48m x 2.82m (11'5 x 9'3 )

Bedroom 3

4.42m x 3.10m max (14'6 x 10'2 max)

Bedroom 4

4.83m x 4.75m (15'10 x 15'7 )

Utility

2.71m x 2.49m (8'11 x 8'2 )

View: By appointment with the Agents

Services: We have not checked or tested any of the Services or Appliances. We are advised the property is served by private drainage.

Tenure: We are advised freehold

Tax: Band E

ADR/GGR/VGW/11/18/OKLE27-11-18

We would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externally

Arrange viewing 01646 278289

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