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2 bedroom house for sale

Lawrenny, Kilgetty

Sold STC £225,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Lovely village location
  • Modern open plan living
  • Immaculate condition
  • Ideal holiday let/investment
  • Unique history

Full description

An exciting opportunity has arisen to purchase a pretty stone semi-detached cottage - Salar - in the picturesque and popular estuary village of Lawrenny.

Salar has a warm and welcoming feel, and is tastefully presented, with two bedrooms and a modern open plan living space, enclosed courtyard with raised gardens, and an integral garage.

Lawrenny is is on the peninsula of the Cleddau estuary upriver from Milford Haven where it branches off towards the Cresswell and Carew Rivers, and it is in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

The village extends down to the estuary to Lawrenny Quay, approximately half a mile from the village centre, and is a popular destination for both boating and walking enthusiasts.

We highly recommend early viewing of this lovely property !!

Dining Room/Lounge/Kitchen - 7.47m x 5.05m (24'6" x 16'07") - Tiled flooring throughout the modern open plan living area. The kitchen has a range of wall and floor units, worktops over, with under counter space for fridge and freezer, space for electric cooker, with cooker hood extractor fan over, and washing machine. Stainless steel single left hand drainer sink with mixer taps. Part tiled walls, wall mounted Vaillant central heating boiler with timer controls. Six inset ceiling lights provide the lighting in the kitchen area. A breakfast bar divider neatly separates the kitchen from the living area, which boasts a feature stone wall fireplace, with an extending shelving unit. This incorporates a multi fuel burning stove, set onto a composite hearth. Two radiators. There are two uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the rear patio area, and two double glazed uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the front of the property.

The front door is uPVC with a small oblique glass pane, and the back door is a uPVC stable door, with a small oblique glass pane.

Lower Hallway - 2.95m x 0.99m (9'8" x 3'3") - A wooden door leads from the living area into the lower hallway, with a radiator, leading to the family bathroom.

Bathroom - 2.59m x 2.01m (8'6" x 6'7") - Fully tiled walls and flooring. oblique uPVC double glazed window to front. White heated towel rail. Storage cupboard housing water tank, and shelving. Bath with Triton T80si electric shower over, folding shower door, mixer taps, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, Wall mounted mirrored vanity unit, with light over.

Separate Wc - Tiled flooring and half tiled walls. Low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap. Mirror over with shaver point and light. Stainless steel heated towel rail.

Inner Hallway - 2.59m x 0.86m (8'6" x 2'10" ) - Storage cupboards

Upper Hallway - 3.61m x 0.84m (11'10" x 2'9" ) - Step up to upper hallway. Two uPVC double glazed windows to side.

Master Bedroom - 3.66m x 3.56m (12' x 11'8" ) - Carpet flooring, uPVC double glazed window overlooking the courtyard and patio, radiator.

Bedroom 2 - 2.54m x 2.41m (8'4" x 7'11" ) - Carpet flooring. Radiator, uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear courtyard and patio.

Garage - 6.02m x 3.12m (19'9" x 10'3") - Up and over door into garage, with electricity supply, and oblique window to side.

Patio Area - There is an enclosed walled and gated courtyard to the rear of the property, with a paved patio area. There are steps leading up to a raised walled garden area, laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs. LPG gas tank.

Garden - There are steps leading up to a raised walled garden area, laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs. LPG gas tank.

History - This lovely little cottage began its life as a cattle bothy. In the 1950's it was established as a place of worship for the Italian prisoners of war and their families who remained in the area at the end of World War 2. The cottage was then known as St Gerard's and regular masses were held there every Sunday for the local community.

One of Lawrenny's most famous sons is the author and former jockey Dick Francis who was born in Lawrenny in 1920, and went to school in the schoolhouse next door to Salar. The schoolhouse now serves as the Millenium village hall. You will find a collection of his books in the bookcase in the main bedroom of the cottage.

Front Exterior - The property is approached via steps leading up to the front door, with a walled garden inset with mature flowering shrubs.

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02 November 2016

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