Summerhill, Narberth

£490,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Pwllshipping Cottage is a well appointed traditional cottage dating back some 200 years and has been carefully renovated by its current vendors to become a characterful family home. Situated on a private no through road, the property offers two reception rooms, a kitchen/diner, utility room, office, sunroom, five double bedrooms (two with en-suites), a family bathroom, shower room and separate WC. A downstairs bedroom with an en-suite bathroom would facilitate an elderly or disabled occupant or has the potential to be used as additional living space. The property offers endless unique features, including dressing/study areas on the landing, wooden beams, exposed stone walls and a feature open fireplace in the lounge creating a sense of cosiness. The property has been installed with UPVC double glazing and the domestic heating and hot water are served by an oil fired boiler. Externally the property sits on a plot measuring approximately 0.3 acres, consisting of well-tended lawn gardens with a summerhouse with decked seating area enjoying a fabulous view over Wisemans Bridge and out to sea, which is also visible from many aspects inside the property. A driveway provides ample off road parking, leading to a timber built double garage and workshop measuring 20ft x 30ft ideal for additional parking or work/studio/storage space. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate!

Summerhill is a small hamlet just 0.7 miles away from the beachfront at Amroth, where many pubs/cafe's and gift shops can be found. The location is popular for both tourists and locals, its appeal is due to the superb sandy beaches and the attractive harbour at Saundersfoot, which provide unrivalled opportunities for water-sports, beach games, fishing and simply messing about in boats. Nearby Wisemans Bridge is just down the road, with its popular pub/restaurant, sandy beach and direct footpath through the old railway tunnels into Saundersfoot. A regular bus service runs from Summerhill to Tenby.

Lounge

4.94m x 3.93m (16'2 x 12'10 )

Dining Room

3.93m x 3.82m (12'10 x 12'6 )

Kitchen/Diner

2.56m x 5.97m (8'4 x 19'7 )

Utility Room

2.38m x 3.27m (7'9 x 10'8 )

WC

1.07m x 1.14m (3'6 x 3'8 )

Office

2.51m x 2.52m (8'2 x 8'3 )

Sun Room

3.25m x 2.49m (10'7 x 8'2 )

Bedroom Five (downstairs)

4.40m x 3.59m (14'5 x 11'9 )

En-Suite Bathroom

1.54m x 2.47m (5'0 x 8'1 )

Shower Room

1.73m x 2.12m (5'8 x 6'11 )

Bedroom One

3.15m x 4.36m (10'4 x 14'3 )

En-Suite Shower Room

2.17m x 1.44m (7'1 x 4'8 )

Bedroom Two

3.59m x 5.22m (11'9 x 17'1 )

Bedroom Three

3.29m x 2.88m (10'9 x 9'5 )

Bedroom Four

3.30m x 2.86m (10'9 x 9'4 )

Bathroom

3.05m x 1.78m (10'0 x 5'10 )

Workshop

6.10mft x 9.14mft (20ft x 30ft)

Overview

Pwllshipping Cottage is a well appointed traditional cottage dating back some 200 years and has been carefully and tastefully renovated by its current vendors to become a generous and characterful family home. Situated on a private no through road, the property offers two reception rooms, a kitchen/diner, utility room, office, sunroom, five double bedrooms (two with en-suites), a family bathroom, shower room and separate WC. A downstairs bedroom with an en-suite bathroom would facilitate an elderly or disabled occupant or has the potential to be used as additional living space. The property offers endless unique features, including dressing/study areas on the landing, wooden beams, exposed stone walls and a feature open fireplace in the lounge creating warmth and a sense of cosiness. The property has been installed with UPVC double glazing and the domestic heating and hot water are served by an oil fired boiler. Externally the property sits on a plot measuring approximately 0.3 acres, consisting of well-tended lawn gardens and enjoying a fabulous view over Wisemans Bridge and out to sea, which is also visible from many aspects inside the property. A driveway provides ample off road parking, leading to a timber built workshop measuring 20ft x 30ft ideal for additional parking or work/studio/storage space. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate!

Summerhill is a small hamlet just 0.7 miles away from the beachfront at Amroth, where many pubs/cafe's and gift shops can be found. The location is popular for both tourists and locals, its appeal is due to the superb sandy beaches and the attractive harbour at Saundersfoot, which provide unrivalled opportunities for water-sports, beach games, fishing and simply messing about in boats. Nearby Wisemans Bridge is just down the road, with its popular pub/restaurant, sandy beach and direct footpath through the old railway tunnels into Saundersfoot. A regular bus service runs from Summerhill to Tenby.

Come On In

The ground floor of the property offers versatile living space that can be adapted as required. The lounge is at the centre of the property and retains much of the charm from the original cottage, including exposed stone walls, open fireplace and a wooden beamed ceiling. Double doors lead through to a generous dining room progressing conveniently onto the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen is equipped with wooden base and eye level units incorporating integrated appliances such as a dishwasher, electric hob and oven, whilst a fitted breakfast bar seats approximately four people. The utility room houses the boiler, creating warm space for drying clothes and storing outdoor wear, with access to the garden and a handy separate WC. The downstairs bedroom with en-suite bathroom offers comfortable space for an elderly or disabled relative, or can also be used as additional living space. This leads through to the sunroom and office (also accessible for from the lounge) which could be put to use as separate space for the occupant of the downstairs bedroom.

On the first floor is a lovely landing space equipped with excellent storage facilities, offering two areas that would be ideal as dressing rooms or study/storage space. The landing leads on to the four remaining double bedrooms, the master offering fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room. Bedroom two is also served by fitted wardrobes and a personal wash hand basin. The family bathroom is also located on the first floor, served by a WC, wash hand basin and corner bath.

Step Outside

The property is accessed along a private no through lane which is maintained by all residents that live along it. The cottage itself sits on a plot measuring approximately 0.3 acres of land which is mostly laid to a lawn garden situated at the rear of the property. A driveway to the side provides ample off road parking space. A detached timber built double garage and workshop measures 20ft x 30 ft, (3 sections measuring 10ft x 20 ft each, two garages with double doors and mechanics pit, and a separate workshop area. the outbuilding is equipped with a power supply and so offers ideal space for additional parking, workspace, or has the potential to be converted into a home gym/studio. The property also boasts a summerhouse with a decked seating area and a garden shed, being a prime spot to sit and enjoy the views.

From most aspects of the garden and inside the property, you can enjoy stunning sea views over Wisemans Bridge and along the coast towards Tenby. The property enjoys an elevated South Easterly position, allowing for beautiful sunrises and maximum sunshine throughout the day.

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 F

Please note that this property is served by private drainage.

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