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4 bedroom town house for sale

Rocky Park, Pembroke, SA71

Sold by Us £250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Modern Four Bedroom Town House
  • Largest Property With Castle & Mill Pond Views
  • Largest South Facing Patio
  • Three Full Sized Bathrooms
  • Ground Floor Cloakroom
  • Gas Fired Central Heating
  • Spectacular Views Over Pembroke Castle And Estuary
  • Private Parking For 2 Cars

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
A spacious four bedroom town house set on the largest South facing plot with the biggest patio on the development, located in a private yet convenient part of Pembroke town. The house benefits from 270 degree uninterrupted views over the Castle Pond to Pembroke Castle, (Birthplace of Henry VII), from the Patio and 1st floor balcony. In addition, Velfac and Velux low maintenance high specification double glazed windows and exterior doors, and gas fired central heating ensure that this property is cosy and comfortable all year around.

Off Road Parking
The property has two private parking spaces directly outside the front door and use of further visitor parking spaces.

Ground Floor
A high security part glazed front door leads into the entrance hall with door to:

19'8 X 17' Maximum
Lounge/Dining Room with windows overlooking the Castle and Mill Pond, and a glazed external door opening on to the Patio. An internal door leads to:

19'9 X 15'6 Maximum
Kitchen/Breakfast Room with window looking out over the Patio to the Mill Pond and Castle beyond. Modern fitted Kitchen with Wall and Base units topped by granite style worktop. Built-in appliances include double electric ovens, dishwasher, gas hob with extractor over and one and a half bowl corian kitchen sink with mixer tap. Door leading to the Utility room with worktop and plumbing & electrical connections for Washing Machine and Drier.

Returning to the Entrance hall, door leading to the spacious cloakroom with WC pan & Wash Hand Basin, built-in Wardrobes and window overlooking the front parking.

Staircase to first floor:

First floor
The staircase leads to the First floor landing with access to two double en-suite bedrooms and an airing cupboard.

17' X 15' Maximum
The Master Bedroom has windows overlooking the Castle and Mill Pond. An external door opens onto the Balcony with spectacular views out over Pembroke Town including the Castle and Mill Pond. Door leading to En-suite Bathroom with his and hers wardrobes on either side.

9'9 X 5'11
The Master bathroom has a corner bath and built-in vanity unit incorporating a back to wall WC Pan and inset Wash Hand Basin.

17'9 X 15'6 Maximum
BedroomTwo is a large double enjoying South Western views through the floor to head height window. There is an En-suite Shower Room with concealed cistern WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

Second floor
The Second floor has two double bedrooms and a family shower room.

12'9 X 10'7 Maximum
Bedroom three is a large double with partial sloping ceilings and a dormer window overlooking Pembroke Town, Castle and Mill Pond.

13'6 X 9'8
Bedroom four is another double bedroom with partial sloping ceilings and open countryside views to the North West.

The family shower room has a large shower enclosure, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and a WC with close coupled cistern.

The Patio is a unique and special feature of this property. It runs the full width of the property and faces South and South-West. There is plenty of room for a small hard-landscaped garden, an area for table and chairs for Al-freesco dining while still leaving plenty of relaxing space for watching the Sun come up over the historic Town walls and Bridge in the morning, and set over the estuary waters to the West in the evening, providing some truly memorable sunsets.

Pembroke Town, previously the County Town of Pembrokeshire, is a small, charming, walled mediaeval town, perhaps still only recognised for its historical connection with the 11th c Pembroke Castle - birthplace of Henry 7th, founder of the Tudor dynasty - standing proudly overlooking Monkton Priory, the Castle Pond, Mill Pond, Pembroke river, Pembroke Commons and the town itself. Presently, with its half mile long Main Street, with its 200 year old plus character buildings, housing individual shops, including the well-known Wisebuys delicatessen, cafes, pubs and restaurants, with some offering locally grown produce, freshly-caught fish and local meat, Pembroke Town is now starting to cater for its residents and visitors alike. Within 2 miles on offer is a wide choice of shopping, including major supermarkets - Tescos, Asda, Lidl, and a new 2016 Aldi - indeed this is the favoured shopping place for residents of Tenby and Saundersfoot. Combined with weekly Market and Farmers' Market this provides a good and convenient choice of shopping.

Pembroke Town is now showing that it is more important than ever as it is so conveniently and centrally located for so many places of interest and activities - for walkers, cyclists, beach-lovers, coastal and river sports enthusiasts and place of historical interest and more within an easy radius of 12 miles - you only have to look at Pembroke on the map or on to see how centrally and conveniently it is located. The famous beaches of Tenby and Saundersfoot with their Harbours, Broadhaven South and Freshwater West, and the nearest sandy beach of Freshwater East a mere stone's throw away at 4 miles.

Surrounding Area
As well as Pembroke Castle, within a distance of 5-7 miles, we have Carew and Manborbier Castles, Stackpole Estate, Bosherston Lily Ponds, the Green Bridge of Wales, St Govan's Chapel - built into the cliffs - and the world-famous Barafundle Beach.

Pembrokeshire's 186 mile Coast Path for walkers and a successful Sustrans cycle route for cyclists can be joined at Pembroke.

Unknown to many are the hidden waterway opportunities of the river Cleddau, including the 9 mile long Brunel Way for walkers, runners and cyclists passing ponds teeming with wildlife and woodland, boating, saling, water skiing, fishing, island trips to the Nature Reserves of Skomer etc, well-known riverside pubs, restaurants and cafes accessible by boat or land.

Pembroke is well-connected for transport - railway to London, National Express, and local bus services including seasonal (leave the car behind) coastal buses around our beautiful coast.

Film makers have recognised the potential of Pembroke - Jack Whitehall's film Bad Education and Me Before You with Amelia Clarke, Charles Dance and Jenna Coleman etc. both filmed here in 2015 are the most recent examples.

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01 September 2016


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