Manorbier

£399,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A FORMER STATION MASTER'S HOUSE & RAILWAY STATION OFFERING CHARACTER ACCOMMODATION WITH SIZEABLE ESTABLISHED GARDENS AND AN ADJACENT PADDOCK

GENERAL

Station House is part of a 'hamlet' now known as Manorbier Station. It is within the beautiful southern section of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park about a mile from the well known castle and beach at Manorbier. The picturesque resort of Tenby is approx. 4 miles and the historic town of Pembroke is approx. six miles.

Apparently the Railway Station and Station Master's House were built during the 1860's and the former was converted into additional living accommodation following the Station becoming unstaffed in the 1960's. It is a Grade II Listed Building. The Platform belongs to Network Rail and is still part of the Carmarthen to Pembroke Dock working branch line. Apparently there are about seven trains running per day.

The attractive location is rural but not remote. With the Paddock/Field, Station House is arguably a Residential Smallholding.

With approximate dimensions, the character accommodation briefly comprises:-

Porch

Hardwood front door, multi-paned door to Inner Hall, access to:-

Dining Room

15'1' x 14'4' (4.60m x 4.37m) eastern aspect, stone fireplace with Stanley range, original slate flagstone floor, beamed ceiling, door to:-

Lobby

Shelved cupboard, access to:-

Bathroom/WC

6'7' x 5'5' (2.01m x 1.65m) suite comprising bath, wash hand basin & WC, fully tiled.

Bedroom 1/Living Room

12'7' x 12'2' (3.84m x 3.71m) plus built-in wardrobe and recess, eastern aspect, fireplace (currently covered). Currently used as a Bedroom.

Kitchen

9'6' x 8'6' (2.90m x 2.59m) western aspect overlooking Garden, units and drawers,, two bowl sink, LPG oven and hob with extractor over, plumbing for dishwasher, tiling, opening to/from Dining Room.

Rear Porch

Stable door, two windows, tiled floor.

Sitting Room

15'11' x 12'1' (4.85m x 3.68m) plus recess. A well lit south facing room with 9'4' (2.84m) high ceiling, multi-fuel/woodburner, fitted corner cupboard, arched opening to:-

Living Room

20'7' x 9'8' (6.27m x 2.95m) including south facing bay window - another well lit room with a second window to north side.

Rear Hall

Outside door, three windows.

Bedroom 2

14'9' x 11'7' (4.50m x 3.53m) south facing, built in cupboard.

Bedroom 3

11'7' x 9'5' (3.53m x 2.87m) southern aspect, previously a Packaging Room.

Bedroom 4

11'8' x 7'10' (3.56m x 2.39m) south facing, built-in cupboard. Originally the Ticket Office - serving hatch remains.

Bathroom/WC

9'1' x 5'11' (2.77m x 1.80m) suite comprising large shower cubicle, wash hand basin & WC.

Utility Room

9'4' x 6'8' (2.84m x 2.03m) side window, Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine, shelving.

OUTSIDE

Gated vehicular access to a gravelled driveway providing ample parking. The sizeable and level Garden is mainly laid to lawn but incorporates a wealth of mature trees plus flower/shrub beds etc.. Timber Chalet (13'9' x 8'10') (4.19m x 2.69m) and 2 Sheds. Adjoining the Garden is the Paddock/Field (OS 8949 - approx. 3.07 Acres) (1.24 Hectares). This has a separate gated access from the road. It is mainly laid to pasture but a section has been reclaimed as part of the Garden and incorporates an attractive naturally filling pond, various mature trees

SERVICES ETC.

(None tested). Mains water (not metered) and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating from a back boiler to the Stanley range. Domestic hot water from a combination of the Stanley boiler and an electric boiler.

TENURE

We understand that this is Freehold.

DIRECTIONS

Travelling west on the A4139 Tenby to Pembroke road, turn right before reaching Jameston. Continue past Manorbier School and Manorbier Garden Centre and over the railway lines. Station House will be found on the left hand side.

Arrange viewing 01646 278284

Guy Thomas & Co

33 MAIN STREET, PEMBROKE, DYFED

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