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4 bedroom detached house for sale

"Pilgrims", Lamphey, Pembroke

Offers in Region of £345,000

Property Description

Key features

  • SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE LOCATION
  • 20' TRIPLE ASPECT LIVING ROOM
  • 4 BEDROOMS + 3 BATHROOMS
  • PLANNING CONSENT TO CONSTRUCT GARAGE
  • STUNNING 20' KITCHEN/DINING + UTILITY
  • PARKING FOR 6+ CARS

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

NO CHAIN
A STUNNING ARCHITECT DESIGNED NEWLY CONSTRUCTED 2 STOREY COTTAGE SITUATED IN THE HEART OF THE EVER POPULAR VILLAGE OF LAMPHEY, WITH PLANNING CONSENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A DETACHED GARAGE.

GENERAL
Are you looking for a stunning brand new non-estate family home in the village of Lamphey? Well look no further!! "Pilgrims" is a traditionally built brand new spacious Detached House finished to a very high standard set in the heart of one of the most sought after villages in South Pembrokeshire, with planning consent to construct a detached garage. The accommodation comprises: entrance hallway, kitchen/dining room, utility room, shower room, bedroom 4/study and living room to the Ground Floor. A light and airy landing leads onto the first floor where there is a master bedroom (20' 10" x 11'7") with en-suite, two further bedrooms and family bathroom. As described earlier the standard of finish is a feature of this lovely property with oak staircase, high quality flooring throughout, beautiful kitchen suite with 40mm solid oak worktops and upstands, many integrated appliances, French doors leading out from the kitchen and living room, raindrop head showers to name just a few.

To the outside there is ample parking for 6 cars and a private secluded Rear/side Garden facing south west. Lamphey is a popular village community adjacent to but not within the beautiful southern section of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and approximately mid-way between the historic town of Pembroke and the sandy bay of Freshwater East - about 2 miles to each. Village amenities include a very highly rated primary/infants school, filling station, convenience store and post office, church, 2 hotels (one with leisure facilites), public house, bakery, railway and bus station, hall and sports facilities.

With some approximate dimensions, the accommodation briefly comprises....

Porch
Beamed apex open oak porch and timber glazed door to....

Entrance Hall
10' 8" x 6' 8" (3.26m x 2.04m) Camaro wood effect flooring, understairs storage cupboard, central ceiling light, oak staircase to First Floor with glazed inset, chrome sockets and switches.

Living Room
20' 10" x 12' 11" (6.35m x 3.94m) a generous light and airy room comprising triple aspect with Double glazed window to fore and French doors to rear and side, feature chimney breast with potential to install a log burner with an exterior flue system, brush stainless steel switches and sockets with dimmer switches to main ceiling lights plus isolating switch to sockets for table lamps etc., two radiators.

Kitchen/Dining Room
20' 11" x 11' 7" (6.37m x 3.52m) modern yet country-style new kitchen suite comprising base and eye level kitchen units with oak timber block worktops (40mm) and upstands. Many integrated appliances such as fridge/freezer, dishwasher and Montpellier 6 Gas burner cooking range with three ovens and plate warming drawer, fitted splashbacks and overhead extractor hood, wine cooling unit for seven wine bottles, Belfast sink, breakfast bar, Camaro wood effect floor, Double glazed window to fore and French doors to rear, recessed ceiling lights, radiator, brush chrome sockets and switches.

Utility Room
6' 8" x 6' 4" (2.03m x 1.93m) base kitchen units with oak timber block worktops, Worcester central heating boiler, Belfast sink, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, rear access door, Belfast sink.

Inner Hall
Loft access.

Shower Room/WC
6' 6" x 5' 4" (1.97m x 1.63m) large cubicle with glazed screen and 'raindrop' head plus feature second flexible shower head, wash hand basin set in vanity style unit, W.C., Double glazed window to rear, heated towel rail, fully tiled walls and floor, extractor unit.

Bedroom 4/Study
11' 7" x 10' 3" (3.54m x 3.12m) double aspect Double glazed window to front and side, radiator, TV and telephone point.

Landing
A spacious bright and airy landing with Double glazed window to fore, radiator, recess ceiling light, airing cupboard (note - there is an electric connection from the ceiling above the stairway for future fitting of a chandelier etc with a wall switch), oak staircase, Loft access.

Master Bedroom
20' 10" x 11' 7" (6.36m x 3.54m)triple aspect double glazed windows to front, side and rear, the side window looks out onto Lamphey Church (which was rebuilt in the late 1800's however the original tower dates back to the 13th/14th Century), radiator, ceiling lights, TV point.

En-Suite Shower Room
Tiled shower cubicle with glazed screen and 'raindrop' head, vanity wash hand basin with tiled splashback, W.C., heated towel rail, velux window, tiled floor, extractor unit.

Bedroom 2
9' 11" x 9' 8" (3.02m x 2.94m) double aspect double glazed windows to rear and side, radiator, TV and telephone points.

Bedroom 3
10' 7" x 9' 7" (3.22m x 2.92m) Double glazed window to fore, radiator, television point.

Bathroom/WC
6' 6" x 7' 4" (1.98m x 2.23m) 'P' style shower bath with glazed screen and electric shower over, W.C., vanity wash hand basin, heated towel rail, fully tiled walls and floor, velux window, extractor unit.

OUTSIDE
To the front a flagstone pathway to the main entrance and gardens with attractive bark borders to either side with an array of shrubs. the northwest elevation offers substantial parking facilities for six or more cars and is mainly laid to gravel with side access gates to rear garden. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with flagstone paving with a generous patio area. To the south-east aspect there is an embankment with high close board fencing adjoining the railway bridge, original stonewall to the south-west elevation with hedgerow. The rear and side garden is totally enclosed offering both privacy and shelter. A large paved patiod area "wraps" the property from rear to side aspects of the main reception lounge. The main patio is south west facing, ideal for entertaining al-fresco style. Outside lighting and power.

SERVICES ETC (NONE TESTED)
Mains electricity, water and drainage. LPG bottled gas* fired central heating from a Worcester "combi" boiler. Upvc double glazed window, French doors and external doors.

*NOTE - a contract can be taken out to replace the bottles with a fixed tank.
This property is traditionally built and complies with all building regulations and offers an Architects Certificate with David Morgan Architects of Tenby.
** "Pilgrims " is not registered to the property. The purchaser will have the opportunity to register or re-name.

FITTINGS
All quality fittings, carpets, Camaro flooring etc. as seen are included.

TENURE
We understand this to be Freehold.

DIRECTIONS
From Pembroke proceed along the Upper Lamphey Road into Lamphey. just before the railway bridge bear right where " Pilgrims" can be found on the left-hand side.


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29 November 2017

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