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Hill Terrace, Neyland, Pembrokeshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A Detached Character Property, situated within walking distance to the local amenities of Neyland and the popular Marina at Brunel Quay, enjoying magnificent uninterrupted views towards to Cleddau Estuary. The neo-Georgian property was built in 1991, offers the size and layout of accommodation expected of modern day living, yet the style and elegance of a period property with character features such as decorative coving and ceiling roses, charming fireplaces and sash windows. With four bedrooms, three reception rooms and three wash rooms, the property could be utilised as a guest house, multi generational living or a substantial family home. The grounds have been beautifully maintained, with a lawned garden to the rear with various seating areas, vibrant flower borders, and a private driveway to the front with parking for several vehicles. Viewing is essential to appreciate this property's highly desirable location overlooking the water and it's unique charm.


The town centre offers a wide range of amenities all within walking distance from Neyland Court, such as two supermarkets, butchers, chemist, GP surgery, florist, newsagents, and local church, with the local primary school also close by, and offers several well known bars and restaurants in the surrounding areas, such as The Ferry Inn. Neyland Yacht Club and the beautiful Marina enjoy incredible view of the Cleddau Estuary, with a bar/restaurant and cafe, and therefore a frequent destination for boating enthusiasts and tourists. From the marina, there are footpaths ideal for dog walkers, that lead north and south of the county, and Neyland is also served by several bus routes. Haverfordwest and Milford Haven North of Neyland offer a wider range of amenities, including hospital, train stations, libraries, cinema, theatre, supermarkets, retail parks etc. Across the Cleddau Bridge, the historical town of Pembroke with is impressive castle, many shops, schools and amenities. Just a short drive away is the popular seaside towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot with their sandy beaches and picturesque harbours.

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A welcoming reception area with hardwood door to front with stained glass panels to each side, wooden framed double glazed window to side, telephone point, radiator, stairs to first floor, non tested smoke alarm, doors leading off to:


2.51m x 0.99m (8'3 x 3'3 )

Low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled flooring, extractor fan, radiator.

Sitting Room

8.03m x 6.10m (26'4 x 20')

The focal point of the house, offering superb estuary views from the triple aspect double glazed bay window, ideal to watch the boats come and go from Neyland Marina. The period charm of this property is emphasised by the wood panelling on the lower part of the walls, decorative coving to ceiling, the two ceiling roses and the marbled slate fireplace surround with central log burner.

French doors leading to the sun room allows light to stream into the room and continue the effortless flow of accommodation.

Sun Room

5.72m x 3.53m (18'9 x 11'7 )

Custom built south facing conservatory (fitted January 2013) that enjoys the spectacular views across the estuary. UPVC double glazed sliding doors open to access the garden.

Dining Room

6.07m x 5.87m max (19'11 x 19'3 max)

L shape room with wooden framed double glazed sash bay window to side, two wooden framed double glazed windows into Sun Room and one to front, two radiators, under stairs storage cupboard, door to hallway.

The vendors currently use a small area of this room as an office, and their broadband connect has download speeds of up to 38mb.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

5.23m x 4.98m approx (17'2 x 16'4 approx)

This family sized kitchen allows for a 7'4 x 3'6 kitchen table, and still provides ample space to cook, with matching base units with slate worktop space over, double Butler sink with traditional mixer tap, gas fired Rayburn with space for a cooker adjacent, space for fridge/freezer, space for dishwasher, tiled flooring, tiled flooring, two wooden framed double glazed sash windows to front, door to:


2.11m x 1.04m (6'11 x 3'5 )

Wall mounted Ideal classic boiler, space and plumbing for washing machine, tiled flooring, door to:


With access to the front and rear, this utility area with space for a freezer, fridge and kitchen storage, widens to a workshop area with space and storage for tools, garden and sports equipment.



Wooden framed double glazed sash window to front, built in storage cupboard, radiator, doors leading off to:


4.32m x 3.58m max (14'2 x 11'9 max)

Wooden framed double glazed sash windows to rear and side offering views over the estuary, radiator, door to:


1.63m x 3.25m (5'4 x 10'8 )

Low level wc, shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash backs, wooden framed double glazed sash window to front providing natural light, heated towel rail, fitted storage wardrobe.


2.49m x 2.31m (8'2 x 7'7 )

This room could be used as a single bedroom, or potentially as a study or nursery, with wooden framed double glazed sash window to rear with estuary views, radiator.


7.06m x 6.10m max (23'2 x 20' max)

The Georgian styling of this Master Bedroom marries effortlessly with the ground floor accommodation, and enjoys elevated views of the estuary from two aspects, the sash window allowing light to flood the room also. Plenty of storage is provided by the two built in wardrobes (both of which have bi-fold doors for convenience), with two TV points, radiator, decorative ceiling rose and coving to ceiling, cast iron decorative fireplace with marble hearth, door to:


2.67m x 3.43m max (8'9 x 11'3 max)

A sizable en suite, with rolltop bath with traditional feet, hand held shower and mixer tap unit, tiled shower cubicle, wc, bidet and vanity wash hand basin unit, access to loft space, radiator, tiled flooring with under floor heating, single glazed window into bedroom.


5.03m x 3.48m (16'6 x 11'5 )

Wooden framed double glazed sash window to front, radiator, built in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder.

Family Bathroom

3.28m x 2.51m (10'9 x 8'3 )

Antique freestanding rolltop bath with traditional feet, hand held shower and mixer tap unit, low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin unit, heated towel rail, radiator, wooden framed double glazed sash window to front, .


The property is approached by a private gravel driveway, with a parking area immediately on your right, ideal for larger vehicles, boats or motor-homes, and vibrant mature shrubs lining the driveway down to the property, opening up into a wider car parking area ample for several vehicles, and providing side access to the rear.

The garden to the rear of the property has been lovingly tended to and offers a colourful array of flowers and mature shrubs along the borders of the main lawned garden, with a pathway leading through the flower garden to the side and up onto the patio seating area, with a second patio area below. Both enjoy incredible views over the cleddau estuary, uninterrupted, and from the safety of the enclosed garden.


VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.

TENURE: We are advised F

SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.

TAX: Band F


WE WOULD LIKE TO POINT OUT THAT OUR PHOTOGRAPHS ARE TAKEN WITH A DIGITAL CAMERA WITH A WIDE ANGLE LENS. These particulars have been prepared in all good faith to give a fair overall view of the property. If there is any point which is of specific importance to you, please check with us first, particularly if travelling some distance to view the property. We would like to point out that the following items are excluded from the sale of the property: Fitted carpets, curtains and blinds, curtain rods and poles, light fittings, sheds, greenhouses - unless specifically specified in the sales particulars. Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or otherwise. Services, appliances and equipment referred to in the sales details have not been tested, and no warranty can therefore be given. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on such matters prior to purchase. Any areas, measurements or distances are given as a guide only and are not precise. Room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings.


We recommend that all buyers should have a Survey done on a property before they buy it. Please ask staff in our office if you would like us to recommend a Surveyor who could undertake this work for you. We can also give you details of professionals who can undertake Conveyancing, or provide Independent Financial Advice


All enquiries and negotiations to West Wales Properties: We have an obligation to our vendor clients to ensure that offers made for the property can be substantiated. One of our panel of financial consultants, will speak to you to 'qualify' your offer.



Any floorplans provided are included as a service to our customers and are intended as a GUIDE TO LAYOUT only. Dimensions are approximate. DO NOT SCALE.

DIRECTIONS: From our Milford Haven office proceed towards Haverfordwest and on reaching the Horse and Jockey public house turn right, proceed straight on at the first roundabout signposted for Neyland, at the second roundabout follow the signs for the Marina. Continue into Honeyborough passing the Rose and Willow public House into Kensington Road continue onto high street and around the bend, taking the last right hand turn onto Hill Terrace, where the property's driveway is immediately on your left, denoted by our for sale board.

Arrange viewing 01646 278008

West Wales Properties - Pembroke

10 Northgate Street, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire

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