Carmarthen Road, Kilgetty

£475,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
**NO ONWARD CHAIN** Woodcocks Wells is a charming detached house located on a no through road, enjoying stunning views over the surrounding countryside. This superb location enjoys the tranquillity and scenery of the countryside, whilst being just a few minutes walk from the centre of Kilgetty, where amenities including supermarket, post office and public transport links are available. The layout of the main property briefly comprises entrance porch, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room/WC, sitting/dining room, three bedrooms and family bathroom. Externally The property offers beautifully tended gardens, ample parking space and a 3.5 acre paddock that is currently used for grazing animals. The outbuildings are split into a charming one bedroom cottage which provides excellent potential as a holiday let, whilst the other half offers a workshop/tack room/stable facilities. There is also scope to convert this area into a further dwelling or extension to the existing cottage (subject to the necessary planning permission).

The Property is full of charm and character, boasting features including exposed beams, terracotta tiled floors and open fireplaces. Viewing is highly recommended!

Kilgetty has a number of amenities including a school, shops, railway station, supermarket and amenities. Just a short drive is the seaside village of Saundersfoot, which is in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Located at the foot of a picturesque wooded valley its appeal is due to the superb sandy beaches and the attractive harbour, which provide unrivalled opportunities for water-sports, beach games, fishing and simply messing about in boats.

Main House

Entrance Porch

1.58m x 1.54m (5'2 x 5'0 )

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

2.26m x 6.51m (7'4 x 21'4 )

Utility Room

1.68m x 2.27m (5'6 x 7'5 )

Sitting/Dining Room

3.62m x 8.47m (11'10 x 27'9 )

Bathroom

3.01m x 3.94m (9'10 x 12'11 )

Bedroom One

3.70m x 5.07m (12'1 x 16'7 )

Bedroom Two

3.99m x 2.43m (13'1 x 7'11 )

Study/Dressing Area

2.42m x 3.13m (7'11 x 10'3 )

Bedroom Three

2.92m x 2.78m (9'6 x 9'1 )

Cottage

Living Area

5.80m x 4.89m (19'0 x 16'0 )

Store Room

1.17m x 2.57m (3'10 x 8'5 )

Bedroom

4.03m x 4.87m (13'2 x 15'11 )

Bathroom

1.65m x 4.85m (5'4 x 15'10 )

Outbuilding

4.65m x 6.38m (15'3 x 20'11 )

Outbuilding Two

5.94m x 5.13m (19'5 x 16'9 )

Garage

2.57m x 3.85m (8'5 x 12'7 )

The property is entered through charming double doors in the porchway, which progressed into the main kitchen and breakfast area. The Kitchen is fitted with solid wood base and eye level units with workspace over, with space underneath for white goods. The kitchen boasts a terracotta tiled floor, exposed beams and a fireplace with original bread oven and oil fired Rayburn. A door from the kitchen leads through to a utility room and WC with a Belfast sink. To the front of the house is the open planning sitting and dining room, boasting two fireplaces at each end and following the theme of the kitchen with the tiled floor and exposed beams. French doors lead off from the dining area onto the elevated terrace to the front, taking full advantage of the stunning scenery. From the dining area, a split level staircase takes you to the bathroom and bedrooms.

The generous bathroom is equipped with a bath with a mixer tap and an overhead shower attachment, a walk in shower cubicle and a wash hand basin. The master bedroom offers a walk-in storage cupboard, whilst bedroom two has an adjoining study or dressing area housing the airing cupboard and a further storage cupboard. Bedroom three is currently used as a study by the current vendors but would suit a single bed.

The holiday cottage offers an open plan living and kitchen area with an exposed stone wall and wood-burning stove. A door leads through to a storeroom, but the current vendors have made excellent use of this space as a child's bedroom or nursery. On the first floor is a double bedroom,s leading onto a bathroom housing a bath, WC and wash hand basin.

The property is accessed at the end of a shared no through lane some 200 meters from the main road. The lane leads past the property through to a parking area in front of the cottage and outbuilding. To the front and sides of the main property are beautifully tended lawn gardens which are lined by natural hedgerows, enjoying the beautiful views over the woodland and countryside beyond. A slate paved patio area leads off from the living area providing a lovely place to sit and overlook the garden. The cottage benefits from its own external area, separated by a pretty archway and fencing from the rest of the grounds. This is low maintenance laid to gravel. There is a detached garage and outbuilding offering two workshops/tack room/stable areas, with the potential to convert into further accommodation subject to planning.

A gate from the parking area leads up to paddock beyond which measures approximately 3.5 acres and is currently used for the grazing of horses; and facilitating a public right of way. The entire land including the gardens measures approximately 4.85 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 F (house) and B (cottage)

EJL./ESR/07/18/OK/ESR

Please note that this property is served by private drainage.

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