Main Street, Pembroke

£350,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
A rare opportunity to purchase an elegant Grade II listed mid-terrace townhouse, in the centre of historic Pembroke Town. The property is configured over four floors and offers six bedrooms (four doubles and two singles - master with en-suite bathroom), three reception rooms, a family kitchen area, a sunroom, two bathrooms (three including en-suite), and a separate WC. Externally the property offers a patio area leading off from the sunroom with a detached stone built workshop consisting of two rooms and fitted with electricity supply. The patio progresses onto a lawn garden to the rear which is enclosed by the original stone walls. A servants passage provides access from the street to the garden. The property offers endless character features, including tall sash windows with original wooden shutters, cast iron fireplaces and a spiral staircase connecting the lounge and lower dining room. On the lower floor is a Nouvelle gas fired Rayburn that serves the domestic heating and hot water. The rear-facing windows enjoy a Southerly aspect and allow for lovely views over the surrounding countryside. The property has the size to accommodate a large family or has the potential to be run for business purposes as an impressive guest house (subject to the necessary planning permissions). This property must be viewed in order to fully appreciate.

Pembroke Town is located In the South of Pembrokeshire, approximately 12 miles away from the county town of Haverfordwest. The town is focused around the spectacular medieval castle, built in 1093 and birthplace to Henry VII, which is accompanied by a stunning mill pond and circular walk. The Main Street offers an array of independent businesses, including gift shops, cafes and grocery stores. The town also has amenities including banks/building societies, doctors and dental surgery, solicitors, public transport links, convenience stores, and both a primary and secondary school.

Living Room

4.26m x 6.77m (13'11 x 22'2 )

Sitting Room

4.37m x 4.48m (14'4 x 14'8 )

Kitchen

4.35m x 3.38m (14'3 x 11'1 )

Dining Room

4.40m x 6.56m (14'5 x 21'6 )

Sun Room

1.97m x 5.78m (6'5 x 18'11 )

Bedroom One

3.98m x 4.53m (13'0 x 14'10 )

En-Suite Bathroom

2.11m x 3.02m (6'11 x 9'10 )

Bedroom Two

3.65m x 2.38m (11'11 x 7'9 )

Bedroom Three

2.38m x 4.97m (7'9 x 16'3 )

Bedroom Four

3.86m x 4.54m (12'7 x 14'10 )

Bedroom Five

2.38m x 3.60m (7'9 x 11'9 )

Bedroom Six

4.90m x 4.89m (16'0 x 16'0 )

Bathroom (First Floor)

2.04m x 1.72m (6'8 x 5'7 )

WC (First Floor)

0.96m x 2.03m (3'1 x 6'7 )

Bathroom (Second Floor)

4.27m x 2.10m (14'0 x 6'10 )

WC (Second Floor)

0.85m x 2.08m (2'9 x 6'9 )

Workshop Room One

2.63m x 3.37m (8'7 x 11'0 )

Workshop Room Two

2.33m x 3.37m (7'7 x 11'0 )

Overview

A rare opportunity to purchase an elegant Grade II listed mid-terrace townhouse, in the centre of historic Pembroke Town. The property is configured over four floors and offers six bedrooms (four doubles and two singles - master with en-suite bathroom), three reception rooms, a family kitchen area, a sunroom, two bathrooms (three including en-suite), and a separate WC. Externally the property offers a patio area leading off from the sunroom with a detached stone built workshop consisting of two rooms and fitted with electricity supply. The patio progresses onto a lawn garden to the rear which is enclosed by the original stone walls. A servants passage provides access from the street to the garden. The property offers endless character features, including tall sash windows with original wooden shutters, cast iron fireplaces and a spiral staircase connecting the lounge and lower dining room. On the lower floor is a Nouvelle gas fired Rayburn that serves the domestic heating and hot water. The rear-facing windows enjoy a Southerly aspect and allow for lovely views over the surrounding countryside. The property has the size to accommodate a large family or has the potential to be run for business purposes as an impressive guest house (subject to the necessary planning permissions). This property must be viewed in order to fully appreciate.

Come On In

The property is accessed on the ground floor, entering into the main hallway with boot cupboard and stairs to the upper and lower floors. On this floor are two reception rooms: the living room, offering a feature fireplace with a marble hearth, a spiral staircase to the lower floor and a storage room with sink; and a study/dining room fitted with a cast iron fireplace with a marble surround and decorative plaster coving. Both of these rooms are served by original large sash windows facing to the front.

The lower floor offers a modern kitchen fitted with a gas hob and electric oven with extractor hood over, a circular sink with mixer tap and an integral dishwasher. A handy under-stairs storage area facilitates the washing machine, tumble drier and fridge freezer. Leading on from the kitchen is a family breakfast/sitting/dining room, housing a gas fired Nouvelle Rayburn that serves the property with domestic heating and hot water, as well as providing an alternative cooking method. This room progressed onto a sunroom, which overlooks the patio at the rear of the property.

The two upper floors of the property accommodate six bedrooms, four being double bedrooms and two are larger singles/small doubles. the master bedroom offers fitted overbed storage and an en-suite bathroom with a raised bath allowing you to enjoy the lovely Southern views over the surrounding countryside from the tub. On each floor are bathroom/WC facilities.

Step Outside

The front of the property offers a forecourt area enclosed by iron railings, with steps leading up to the front door and providing access to the servant's passage, which leads straight through to the rear garden. The rear garden is accessed from the lower floor, with the lower hallway and sunroom leading out onto a patio seating area. the seating area houses a two-room workshop with electricity supply. A door leads from the patio through the original stone walls to a split level walled garden, which is laid to lawn and well-maintained.

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

HC/ESR/05/19/OK/ESR

AGENTS NOTE: We have not seen or been provided with any planning consents or building regulations should they be necessary.

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