Rogeston House, Rogeston Cottages, Nolton, HAVERFORDWEST, Pembrokeshire

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
**PEMBROKESHIRE'S VERY OWN RIVER COTTAGE**

**18th Century Farmhouse set in approx. 6 acres with Outbuildings**

** Immaculately presented with 5 bedrooms & 4 receptions**

**Wealth of character features including Inglenook fireplace, exposed stone work, original floorboards etc**

**Close to the coast & Only 1.5 miles to Druidstone Haven**

**Approx. 6 acres incl. Woodland walk, vegetable garden, and grazing land**

**EPC Rating F**

GROUND FLOOR

ENTRANCE PORCH:

Entered through hardwood glazed door into entrance porch. Rustic tiles to floor, light fitting, restored wood panel door into kitchen/Breakfast Room.

KITCHEN:

21' x 15' 7" (6.40m x 4.75m) Immediately upon entering this room you are greeted with the warmth generated by the solid fuel Aga sitting within the magnificent inglenook. This room is certainly the heart of the home and it is not hard to see why!

Beamed ceiling, exposed stone work to walls, inglenook fireplace with timber lintel, glazed wood windows to front and rear elevations, terracotta ceramic tiles to floor. Kitchen units comprising of natural pine base units with complimentary work surface over, electric hob and oven, integral dishwasher and fridge. Door to utility and cloakroom. Second flight of stairs up to second floor. Door to:

INGLENOOK FIREPLACE:

UTILITY ROOM:

14' 4" x 9' 4" (4.37m x 2.84m) Strip light to ceiling, wall units, boiler, Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine, lino tiled floor. Door to outside.

CLOAKROOM:

Low flush WC with wall mounted wash hand basin. Window to side elevation, Lino tiled flooring.

Flagstone steps to:

DINING ROOM:

15' 4" x 13' 5" (4.67m x 4.09m) The slate flagstone steps lead through a wood panel door into another magnificent room once again with exposed stone walls and feature open fireplace.

Open fire with slate hearth and timber mantel. Ceiling light, exposed stone walls, window to front elevation, radiator, fitted carpet. Views to front garden. Door to:

ANOTHER VIEW OF THE DINING ROOM:

INNER HALL:

Ceiling light fitting, fitted carpet, slate flagstone stairs to second floor. Door to:

LOUNGE:

17' 2" x 12' 8" (5.23m x 3.86m) Once again another beautiful room with warmth radiating from the log burner. Log burner, timber tongue and groove ceiling, exposed stone walls, glazed wood windows to front and side elevation, radiator, fitted carpet. Views to front garden. Opening to:

READING/MUSIC ROOM:

18' 3" x 7' 4" (5.56m x 2.24m) An arch way with original timber beam through the original exterior wall leads into the intimate Reading Room. With a more snug feeling this room is the perfect place to enjoy a good book while listening to the crackle of the log burner in the neighbouring room.

Part beamed ceiling, windows to rear and side elevation, exposed stone walls, radiator, fitted carpet.

FIRST FLOOR

Stone and slate staircase leads to first floor with half landing. There is large landing area which is currently utilised as a study/office space. Ceiling light fittings, glazed wood window to front elevation, original wooden floorboards. Doors to:

BEDROOM 1:

16' 11" x 13' 3" (5.16m x 4.04m) Large double bedroom. Pendant light fitting, glazed wood windows to front and side elevations with views to garden, radiator, original floorboards, exposed stone.

BEDROOM 2:

15' 6" x 13' 2" (4.72m x 4.01m) Pendant light fitting, window to front elevation, radiator, exposed stone, original wood floor boards.

GALLERY:

26' 5" x 7' 6" (8.05m x 2.29m) From the half landing a door leads to the Gallery. This room was originally built to interlink both wings of the property via its 2 staircases, and now also proves to be a very useful space. The current owners have utilised it for their grandchildren’s play room.

Ceiling light fittings, glazed wood windows to rear elevation, radiator, wooden floorboards.

Steps to:

BEDROOM 3:

13' 10" x 7' 7" (4.22m x 2.31m) Pendant light fitting, glazed wood window to rear elevation, radiator, original floorboards.

BATHROOM:

13' 7" x 7' 4" (4.14m x 2.24m) Panel bath with shower over. Wash hand basin, low flush WC, window to rear elevation, fitted carpet, linen cupboard. Door to:

BEDROOM 4:

15' 9" x 9' 5" (4.80m x 2.87m) Pendant light fitting, window to front elevation, radiator, fitted carpet, built in cupboard, exposed stone.

BEDROOM 5:

16' 8" x 12' 1" (5.08m x 3.68m) Second staircase leads to fifth bedroom which again has its original wooden floorboards. This bedroom is above the once former cart house (which is now the garage) and benefits from its original stone steps which lead from the bedroom to the garden below with views over towards the Preseli Mountains. Again this bedroom benefits from and original wood floorboards. Pendant light fitting, floorboards, window to front elevation, radiator, door to outside steps.

STEPS TO BEDROOM 5:

LAUNDRY ROOM:

20' 2" x 8' (6.15m x 2.44m) The laundry room lies at the back of the property accessed externally. This room is now and has always been the laundry room for over a hundred years with the original copper wash tank still intact with a further 2 open fireplaces which of course once dried the farmers clothes. Nowadays, there is light and electricity connected with pluming for 1 modern day washing machine and tumble dryer and stainless steel sink unit.

OUTBUILDINGS:

18' 6" x 16' 6" (5.64m x 5.03m) & 17' x 16' The main outbuilding is located just off the main driveway. The outbuilding is of solid stone construction with a new corrugated roof fitted in the last few years and double doors. It is currently utilised as a workshop, storage area and a place for log and coal storage but offers excellent scope for conversion STP. Adjoing the main outbuilding is a further Haybarn with double doors, again with scope for conversion.

GARAGE:

17' 2" x 12' 2" (5.23m x 3.71m) The once former cart house now forms the integral garage with timber double doors opening into the garage. There are beamed ceilings, power and lighting connected and a concrete floor.

EXTERNALLY:

Rogeston House stands in approximately 6 acres of magnificent grounds which have been cleverly designed to provide a woodland walk, badminton & croquet lawns, vegetable gardens, and grazing land of which is explained in more detail below.

APPROACH TO THE PROPERTY:

The property is approached through a wooden farm gate with pretty pink hydrangeas either side along a shared sweeping gravel driveway. You then pass through a second gate into Rogeston House. There is ample parking for numerous vehicles with easy access to the garage and outbuilding.

LAWNED GARDEN:

REAR DRIVEWAY:

in addition to the main driveway, the property also benefits from a private rear driveway.

CHICKEN COOP:

A very old stone outbuilding has been transformed into a hen house and duck house, fenced within an old orchard.

BADMINTON & CROQUET LAWNS:

There is a beautifully manicured lawn area which has been used as a croquet lawn and badminton court and with a stone and slate built picnic area and purpose built BBQ together with a boules pitch.

PHOTO OF THE BBQ AND SEATING AREA:

VEGETABLE GARDEN:

Within the grounds, another area of the gardens has been designated as the vegetable garden. The owner has also planted to the perimeter of the garden willow trees which help provide shelter for good vegetable growth.

WOODLAND WALK:

In addition to the extensive gardens there is the magical woodland walk with a meandering path through the mature variety of trees which provides all free woods for the wood burning stove. Walking through this woodland really is a wonderful experience with an abundance of wildlife and the trickle of the streams you cannot help but feel a great sense of peace and seclusion.

GRAZING FIELD:

There is approximately a 3 acre quality grazing field which over the years has been used for the owners pet jersey cows and ponies. The field has excellent fencing to the perimeter, its own water source and views over the Preseli Mountains.

WELL:

Within the grounds of this historic house remains the old well with clear water running through still to this day. The well is fed by a little stream running along the rear perimeter of the property with the original stone walls and wrought iron gate surrounding the well.

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