Saundersfoot

£850,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A SPACIOUS DETACHED BUNGALOW WITH SEA & COASTAL VIEWS AND EXTENSIVE GROUNDS HAVING DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL*

GENERAL

Tradewinds is accessed from Sandyhill Road to the elevated south-west side of the sought-after resort village within the beautiful southern section of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The Bungalow has views over the village to include the beach, coastline and part of Carmarthen Bay etc..

In addition to the beach and harbour, Saundersfoot has a range of amenities including shops, restaurants and pubs etc.. Various development is taking place in and around the harbour area. Easy access can be gained to the nearby larger resort of Tenby and the main roads leading to other parts of Pembrokeshire and beyond.

Tradewinds is a well proportioned Bungalow which has benefitted from various recent upgrading. The Grounds slope gently down from south to north and, subject to consent, there are various development possibilities. Interested parties should make their own enquiries with the Planning Section of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority on 01646 624800*.

With approximate dimensions, the accommodation briefly comprises:-

Hall

22'8' x 7'8' (6.91m x 2.34m) an impressive entrance with hardwood front door and side windows, walk-in shelved airing cupboard.

Living Area

36'4' x 33'3' (11.07m x 10.13m) overall, open plan and L-shaped. Sub-divided as follows:-

Sitting Room

33'3' x 15'10' (10.13m x 4.83m) large bay window and French doors to front plus feature arched window to side. Tremendous outlooks over village towards

beach, sea and coastline. Access from Hall via multi-paned double doors , recessed gas log fire. Access to/from:-

Kitchen/Diner/Breakfast Room

20'7' x 12'11' (6.27m x 3.94m) part glazed hardwood door to front, double aspect with windows to both front and side. Extensive range of wall and base units by Poggenpohl incorporating breakfast bar, central island, built-in/integrated appliances including electric oven, combination microwave and induction hob with extractor over, integrated dishwasher and fridge, stainless steel sink, tiled floor, access to:-

Utility Room

12'11' x 8'10' (3.94m x 2.68m) double aspect, further work surface and cupboards, Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine, part glazed hardwood outside door, access to Integral Double Garage.

Study/Bedroom 4

11'11' x 9'11' (3.62m x 3.01m) south facing to front, doors from/to Hall and Kitchen/Living Room.

Master Bedroom

17'1' x 14'10' (5.21m x 4.52m) plus door entrance space and built-in wardrobe/cupboard, French doors to front with extensive sea and coastal views, access to:-

En-Suite Bathroom/WC

11'10' x 9'6' (3.61m x 2.90m) recently refitted with five piece suite - featuring twin vanity wash hand basins ('his & hers'), roll top bath, wash hand basin plus 'in & out' shower with rain head and w.c., floor and wall tiling, heated towel rail.

En-Suite Dressing Room

9'5' x 8'8' (2.87m x 2.64m) ample fitted shelving and hanging space.

Bedroom 2

12'10' x 12'7' (3.91m x 3.84m) south facing to front.

Bedroom 3

12'11' x 11'6' (3.94m x 3.51m) southern aspect to rear.

Bathroom/WC

9'4' x 7'9' (2.84m x 2.36m) recently refitted to incorporate walk in shower with extensive tiling and rain head, feature wash hand basin & W.C.., floor and wall tiling, heated towel rail.

OUTSIDE

From Sandyhill Road, a concrete driveway sweeps up and around to the Bungalow where there is ample brick paved parking providing access to the Integral Double Garage/Workshop (22' x 20' i.e. 6.70m x 6.13m) , twin remote control up and over doors, rear windows, power, light and tap, access to Cloakroom/WC. Another useful gated access to driveway from Bevelin Hall. Concrete hardstanding to side of Garage - perhaps ideal for a boat(s) and/or a caravan. To the front, the sizeable lawned Garden incorporates several Scots pine and fir trees. There is a full-width paved patio/terrace. A few wide gentle steps lead up to the south-facing lawned Rear Garden. This contains various established ornamental shrubs and specimen trees plus mature hedging which provides shelter and privacy.

SERVICES ETC.

(None tested). All mains connected. Gas fired central heating from a modern Worcester. Multi-paned hardwood framed double glazed sash windows by James of Radford Bridge.

TENURE

We understand this is Freehold.

DIRECTIONS

From the A487 north of New Hedges roundabout, turn at the Sandyhill Nurseries junction towards Saundersfoot. Continue down Sandyhill Road where the entrance to Tradewinds will be found on the right hand side.

Arrange viewing 01646 278284

Guy Thomas & Co

33 MAIN STREET, PEMBROKE, DYFED

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