Guide price

Bedrooms: 4


The Green is 'tucked away' on the edge of Tiers Cross. Easy access can be gained to the towns of Haverfordwest, Milford Haven and Pembroke Dock, the extensive navigable Milford Haven Waterway/Cleddau Estuary and the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park especially the west section which incorporates several sandy beaches etc..

The original Farmhouse possibly dates back to the early 19th Century and incorporates various exposed stone and timbers together with a substantial 'Inglenook' fireplace etc.. The House would be ideal for a young and growing family although, subject to consent, the single storey north section could possibly be converted into a self-contained Annex or the like.

The Lodge has obvious income producing potential - either long term or holiday letting. The Double Garage/Workshop may suit buyers wishing to run a business from home e.g. perhaps a tradesman or the like.

The secluded Grounds are a special feature of The Green and incorporate lawns, a wealth of colourful specimen shrubs and a few mature trees etc..

With approximate dimensions, the attractive and well presented accommodation briefly comprises:-

Entrance Porch

5'5' x 5'5' (1.65m x 1.65m) triple aspect including part glazed front door, quarry tiled floor, attractive coloured/leaded glass door to:-


22'1' x 7'7' (6.73m x 2.31m) part glazed rear door and side panel, timber flooring, feature pointed stone wall incorporating low level internal window, storage cupboard, apex ceiling, hardwood staircase.

Living Room

29'4' x 14'6' (8.94m x 4.42m) two windows plus part glazed door to front, featuring impressive 'Inglenook' stone fireplace incorporating wood burner on tiled hearth at north end (although flue capped at present) and an attractive Victorian fireplace at south end. Original pointed stone wall with recessed and aforementioned internal window having coloured/leaded glass, a few exposed ceiling beams, timber flooring, two wall light points.

Kitchen/Diner/Family Room

30'6' x 9'8' (9.30m x 2.95m) two windows overlooking Rear Garden plus two French doors to same, access from Living Room and Hall, range of fitted cupboards having timber work surfaces, feature double bowl Belfast-style sink, Rangemaster cooking range - electric ovens and lp gas hob with extractor over, tiling.

Dining Room

13'11' x 12'0' (4.24m x 3.66m) front window.

Utility Room

7'9' x 6'4' (2.36m x 1.93m) plus door entrance space, rear window, fitted cupboards and work surface, plumbing for washing machine.


5'2' x 3'11' (1.57m x 1.19m) suite comprising wash hand basin & WC.


Part Galleried overlooking Hall, two skylights, attractive balustrade, feature stone walling, storage cupboard, staircase.

Bedroom 1

13'9' x 12'0' (4.19m x 3.66m) double aspect to rear with rural outlooks, two built-in wardrobes/cupboards.

Bedroom 2

12'2' x 11'0' (3.71m x 3.35m) rear window with countryside views, two built-in cupboards/wardrobes.

Bedroom 3

13'1' x 11'0' (3.99m x 3.35m) overall, two windows to front, built-in double wardrobe and cupboard.

Bedroom 4

11'1' x 9'9' (3.38m x 2.97m).


11'4' x 7'3' (3.45m x 2.21m) suite comprising bath, corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin & WC, tiled floor heated towel rail, accessories.


Eaves storage.


15'5' x 7'2' (4.70m x 2.18m) sloping ceilings with skylight to rear, eaves storage.


12'9' x 9'6' (3.89m x 2.90m) double aspect plus outside door, work surface cupboards and drawers, stainless steel sink, tiled floor, staircase, door to:-

Shower Room/WC

6'4' x 5'0' (1.93m x 1.52m) plus recess with shower, wash hand basin & WC, heated towel rail, tiled floor.

Living Room

12'10' x 11'6' (3.91m x 3.51m) overall including stairwell, plus recess to dormer window to front, skylight to rear, doors to:-

Bedroom 1

12'11' x 9'4' (3.94m x 2.84m) skylight to rear.

Bedroom 2

12'11' x 6'6' side window.


The attractive and established Grounds are a special feature. The Gardens are mainly laid to lawn but incorporate a variety of colourful shrubs and flowers plus mature trees etc.. Boundary hedging provides privacy and shelter.

Part of the Ground Floor of The Lodge is the Integral Double Garage/Workshop 18'4' x 18'2' (5.59m x 5,54m) two sets of timber double doors plus power and light. Attached Shed.

Ample gravelled Parking - suitable for a few cars. * In addition, part of the old road is also used for parking - please enquire further.


(none tested). Mains electricity, water and drainage. The Green has oil fired central heating from a Worcester boiler. The Lodge has electric panel heaters. Hardwood framed windows with sealed-unit double glazing.


We understand that this is Freehold.


There are various routes to Tiers Cross. However, the easiest is from the roundabout to the south side of Johnston on the A4076. From there proceed west along the Bulford Road Bypass. On reaching Tiers Cross, turn right and Bulford Road will be found on the right hand side. The Green is a short distance on the left hand side.

01646 278284

Guy Thomas & Co


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