Imble Lane, Pembroke Dock


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5

Mead Lodge is an alluring period property believed to date back to the 1760's, located within its own grounds at the end of a no through road. The property sits in the periphery of Pembroke Dock town, just 1 mile away from the town centre where many everyday amenities are available.

Internally the property offers five reception rooms, five double bedrooms, three bath/shower rooms, and a utility room. The property retains many character features including wooden doors in ornate frames, cast iron fireplaces, and exposed beams. Externally, the property sits in approximately 2.5 acres of its own grounds, consisting of a fenced paddock and well-tended gardens with sheltered woodland areas and a feature fish pond. Two blocks of outbuildings provide the potential for stabling horses, workshops or even to convert into holiday cottages/annexe, subject to any necessary planning permission.

The property benefits from UPVC double glazing and oil central heating, and faces towards the South enjoying views over the surrounding countryside and glimpses of the estuary from some external areas. A truly unique home, viewing is highly recommended!

Pembroke Dock, or the Port of Pembroke, is located on the edge of the Milford Haven waterway, with its historic Royal Dockyard, and is now the site of the Irish Ferries terminal to Rosslare. There is a range of amenities in the locality, including hotels and guesthouses, superstores, retail parks, primary and secondary schools, leisure centre and a golf course. The lovely countryside of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is accessible via the coastal path, and there are many beautiful beaches within driving distance.

Reception Room

4.47m x 3.59m (14'7 x 11'9 )

Second Reception Room

3.99m x 3.54m (13'1 x 11'7 )


5.25m x 4.47m (17'2 x 14'7 )

Sitting Room

6.10m x 4.26m (20'0 x 13'11 )

Dining Room

5.63m x 4.09m (18'5 x 13'5 )


3.81m x 2.55m (12'5 x 8'4 )

Utility Room

1.37m x 2.49m (4'5 x 8'2 )

Downstairs Shower Room

4.04m x 1.77m (13'3 x 5'9 )

Bedroom One

4.92m x 4.21m (16'1 x 13'9 )

Bedroom Two

5.60m x 3.61m (18'4 x 11'10 )

Bedroom Three

4.56m x 3.63m (14'11 x 11'10 )

Bedroom Four

3.38m x 5.49m (11'1 x 18'0 )

Bedroom Five

3.38m x 5.49m (11'1 x 18'0 )


2.74m x 1.87m (8'11 x 6'1 )

Shower Room

2.24m x 1.95m (7'4 x 6'4 )

Come On In...

The property is accessible through the main entrance door into a welcoming hallway. From here stairs lead up to the first floor, and solid wood doors lead through to the main living areas. On the left-hand side is Reception Room One (4.47m x 3.59m), with a cast iron fireplace in a wooden surround with a slate hearth, and a window to front. Directly adjacent is the Second Reception Room (3.99m x 3.54m) which retains the original slate flooring and meat hooks in the ceiling, with double aspect windows. The Lounge (5.25m x 4.47m) offers windows and doors facing to the side of the building, opening into the garden. A log burner sits in a stone fireplace with a slate surround and hearth. The lounge has fitted shelving and a glass display cabinet, with side wall lights. The Dining Room (5.63m x 4.09m) is fitted with a quarry tiled floor with a stone inglenook fireplace with wooden mantle. There are also exposed beams and meat hooks to the ceiling adding to the country-style charm. In the Kitchen (3.81m x 2.55m) are solid wood base and eye level units with integral cooking appliances and space for a dishwasher. Hidden in the walls, the vendor has advised us that the original bread oven and washing copper remains. Beneath the floor is the well that would have once served as a water supply to the property. Beyond the Kitchen is the final reception room, historically known as 'The Ballroom' (6.10m x 4.26m) This room has a further decorative cast iron fireplace and double doors leading out to the garden, enjoying a Southern aspect. The downstairs also has a Shower Room (4.07m x 1.77m), with a WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle.

On the First Floor is a landing leading through to all bedrooms, bathrooms and utility room. Bedroom One (4.92m x4.21m) has a window facing to the rear, exposed beams and a decorative cast iron fireplace, leading through to a storage room fitted with a wash hand basin (1.38m x 1.23m). Steps lead from the landing up to Bedroom Two (5.60m x 3.61m) with double aspect windows and side wall lights. Bedroom Three (4.56m x 3.63m) has a window facing front, enjoying fabulous countryside views. Bedroom Four (3.38m x 3.38m x 5.49m) enjoys two windows to the front. Bedroom Five (4.55m x 3.92m) also faces to the front, with a decorative cast iron fireplace and a wash hand basin in a vanity unit. A Bathroom (2.74m x 1.87m) is fitted with a bath with an overhead shower, wash hand basin, WC and bidet. A Shower Room (2.24m x 1.95m) provides a separate shower room. Finally, on the first floor is a handy Utility Room (1.37m x 2.49m) which has space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier.

Step Outside...

The property is accessed along a no through road, progressing onto the driveway and therefore benefits from minimal road noise and passing traffic, A parking area to the side of the property provides ample off road parking. To the front is a lawn garden with a woodland 'secret garden' area, with a patio seating area. To the rear of the property is steps leading up to a feature fishpond and vegetable garden which has a greenhouse currently growing grapevines. Fruit trees and vegetables currently being grown include raspberries, strawberries, apples, pears, beans, potatoes and courgettes.

Two rows of outbuildings stands adjacent to one another making a courtyard area in the middle. These require some updating but has the potential to be stabling for livestock or horses, workshops/storage rooms or the potential is there to convert into further living accommodation for multi-generational living or holiday lets, subject to any necessary planning permission. A fenced paddock sits alongside the driveway, which would be ideal for animals or offers the possibility of camping/yurt facilities, subject to any necessary planning permission.

The entire plot measures approximately 2.5 acres.

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 E


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Any plans are included as a service to our customers and are intended as a GUIDE TO LAYOUT only. Dimensions are approximate.

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