Round Well, Pembrokeshire, SA62 5PR
- ELEGANT GEORGIAN FARMHOUSE AND 16th CENTURY LONGHOUSE IN PEMBROKESHIRE
- EIGHT BEDROOMS WITH SIX LUXURY BATH/SHOWER ROOMS (3 ARE ENSUITE)
- OPEN PLAN, WELL EQUIPPED FARMHOUSE KITCHEN PLUS DINING ROOM TO SEAT 16
- FULLY RENOVATED COMBINING CHARACTER FEATURES WITH MODERN CONVENIENCES
- STUNNING GROUNDS INCLUDING A COTTAGE GARDEN, SUNNY PATIOS & SHADY PAVILION
- LOCATED IN 1.5 ACRES OF SECLUDED RURAL COUNTRYSIDE WITH VIEWS OF THE PRESELIS
- 5 MILES FROM PEMBROKESHIRE NATIONAL COASTAL PATH, BEACHES AND HARBOURS
- ESTABLISHED SUCCESSFUL 5 STAR HOLIDAY RENTAL WITH WELSH TOURISM AWARD
- SUPERB LOCATION FOR SPECIAL EVENTS, LARGE OUTDOOR PARTIES AND WEDDINGS
- LARGE FAMILY HOME OR FAMILY HOLIDAY PROPERTY, LUXURY B&B OR HOLIDAY LET
The property combines Georgian charm, grace and proportion with all the luxuries and comforts associated with high end, modern day living. From an almost derelict building, and with all new services and amenities, renovations throughout were completed in 2010 with the décor and decorative finish of superb quality in each and every room. Another extensive refit has just been completed, which included updates and overhauls of the kitchen, bathrooms, property services and a facelift both inside and out.
The estate includes 1.5 acres of secluded landscaped grounds and gardens with stunning panoramic views of the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside and the Preseli Hills. Outdoor features include the most delightful cottage garden in the Longhouse courtyard, herb garden and small orchard, several patio areas to the rear with a painted slab play area and BBQ section, lawns big enough for family sports and a wonderful raised patio with period style Pavilion in which to sit for afternoon tea or relax in a sheltered spot with a book. Outbuildings provide the opportunity for further development.
Round Well is located in the very heart of Pembrokeshire with easy access to the 186 mile Coast National Path, secluded coves and sandy beaches, quaint villages and harbours along the rugged coastline, heather-covered hills, hidden wooded valleys and excellent golf courses. By car the picturesque harbour of Solva and bustling community of St. David’s - the UK’s smallest city, are easily accessible, as is the historic port and small town of Fishguard providing a selection of high street and independent stores, fine dining restaurants, cosy inns and cafes, with a theatre, an annual Jazz festival and in Lower Town there is a well sheltered marina.
The market town of Haverfordwest is ten miles distant, with all necessary amenities including grocery superstores and a shopping park that includes Marks & Spencers and Laura Ashley. Road and railway links to Carmarthen, Swansea and Cardiff are easily and quickly accessible.
Approached from a quiet country lane into long private driveway culminating in a large parking area, the gracious property sits serenely in lovely rural surroundings, providing an immediate sense of peace and tranquillity.
Front Canopy and Original Entrance to the Georgian Manor House
An attractive brick and Oak pillared canopy with centre hanging lamp and slate step provides shelter before entry into the main hall via a handsome part glazed timber door with transom light above.
A spacious hallway to greet family and guests that features an original geometric patterned, encaustic tiled floor, with central chandelier in a high ceiling, with doors to the front bedrooms and passage with hanging lantern to the rear hallway, as well as stairs to the first floor.
A generous double sized room presently housing twin beds, beautiful slate floor, cast iron fireplace with slate surround and mantle and a slate hearth. Gracious high ceiling with centre chandelier and French doors opening to the front garden with wonderful countryside views.
A comfortable and spacious room with French doors to the front gardens with stunning countryside views, a high ceiling with centre chandelier, beautiful slate floor and en-suite shower room.
A luxurious contemporary walk-in shower with with slate floor, , matching savoy toilet, pedestal hand basin with glass shelf, mirror and spot light above, ceiling light, chrome/white period style radiator/towel warmer and extractor fan
Handy under-stair storage room with window, light and radiator.
The Grant oil boiler is housed here along with the hot water cylinder and expansion tank. Ceiling pendant light and side window.
A delightful, luxurious shower room with original wood floor, two side windows with slate sills, savoy toilet, pedestal hand basin, mirror with spotlight, contemporary shower with curved glass screen, white/chrome period style radiator/towel warmer and extractor fan.
Original wood floors, fireplace with slate hearth, multi-pane sash window with glorious countryside views, and s down lights.
Original wooden staircase with painted s risers to the half landing where a beautiful original Georgian long line multi-paned window permits views of the kitchen garden and provides abundant natural light highlighting the exposed stone walls and a hand painted chandelier The stairs continue to the upper landing which features two pendant lamps.
A good sized double room with original wood floors, sash window with slate sill and southerly countryside views, centre chandelier plus a set of double wall lamps, original cast iron fireplace with painted wood surround and mantle on a slate hearth.
A luxurious shower room with original wood floor, toilet, pedestal hand basin, mirror with spotlight, ceiling light, contemporary walk in shower with curved glass screen and white/chrome period style radiator/towel warmer and extractor fan.
The centre room of the three first floor bedrooms presently housing twin beds. Sash window with slate sill and expansive countryside views, original wood floors and centre chandelier.
Another generously proportioned double room with original wood floors, sash window with slate sill and southerly countryside views, centre chandelier plus a set of double wall lamps, original cast iron fireplace with painted wood surround and mantle on a slate hearth.
A rather special and luxurious bathroom with a freestanding, claw footed slipper bath from which one can enjoy lovely views of the garden through a tall sash window. traditional style toilet with pull chain and high level cistern, Savoy wall mounted hand basin with chrome stand, original wooden floor, antique corner cupboard, with white/chrome period style radiator and towel warmer , mirror with spotlight above, two ceiling lights and extractor fan
Side entrance hall
Now used as the convenient main entrance from the parking area, via a large open porch, this welcoming hall provides access to both the sections of this spacious home. Character features include; exposed stone walls, timbers and lintels, stone tiled floor, half glazed stable door, arched brick recess with light and centre chandelier, with stairs rising to the Longhouse landing.
Sitting / Breakfast room / Kitchen
A half glazed door leads to the ‘hub’ of the house which features an open plan layout that is ideal for today’s modern lifestyles. A comfy seating area with ceiling lights between painted beams, wall lamps, sandstone flag floors, three windows with integrated slate seats overlooking the courtyard and pretty cottage garden, with a small step up to the breakfast room and kitchen.
This well-equipped kitchen will delight a keen chef! Top of the range Aga with griddle and four ovens in a painted stone recess with ancient timber lintel and ceiling spotlights, plus a gas cooker and gas oven. 2 Belfast sinks - one each side of the spacious kitchen - with mixer taps and slate tiled backsplash, a Smeg dishwasher, LG American style fridge/freezer with ice and water dispenser, a bespoke, hand painted range of upper and lower cupboards and drawers providing ample storage space, with bespoke oak worktops and slate insert, window to the cottage garden, two windows overlooking the rear patio and lawn all with stone sills, plus two Velux roof windows, and a ½ glazed stable door to the rear patio and gardens, as well as doors to the boiler room and utility room. There’s plenty of room to seat a crowd for breakfast and casual meals. Ceiling lights, tulip tracked lights above sinks/ worktops and down lights.
Grant oil boiler, water cylinder and expansion tank. Overhead light
Stacked washer /dryer. Overhead light.
Brimming with character and hugely inviting with space enough to house a table seating 14 - 16 diners! Sandstone flag floor, painted beamed ceiling, tulip shaped glass shades on a central track with coordinating wall lamps, slate topped serving shelf, dual aspect windows with two overlooking the rear side garden and the other the cottage garden all with slate sills. Doors to the games room and rear entrance hall.
A very spacious area with multiple uses currently well utilised as a games room. Attractive hardwood wood floor, 3 north facing windows, high ceiling with exposed timbers, ceiling spot lights , doors to WC and sitting room, with access to the rear garden via a ½ glazed stable door, rear garden window with an archway and steps to the Longhouse entrance hallway.
Pedestal hand basin, toilet, mirror, ceiling spotlight and extractor fan.
A grand and glorious sitting room in which to relax and entertain that is redolent with original features. The impressive stone inglenook fireplace with ancient lintel and timber shelf above, houses a large log burning stove on a slate plinth providing a focal point as well as a pleasing ambiance and plenty of warmth on cool Pembrokeshire evenings. Elevated (Vaulted) ceiling with painted beams and two wrought iron chandeliers along with 4 wall lamps, oak floor, 3 south facing windows with cottage garden and countryside views, two windows plus a door to the rear- which leads to the rear patios, elevated lawn, terrace and pavilion.
Providing access from the courtyard garden, a handmade, very handsome timber door gives access to a welcoming entrance hall in the Longhouse. Sandstone floor, 5 lamp ceiling chandelier, spot light and south facing window over the cottage garden, with handy slate topped bench and several steps to the games room and a door to the dining room.
Stairs from the entrance hall rise to the long landing with three windows with countryside views. Access to three bedrooms, one of which benefits from an en-suite shower room, plus a bathroom.
Wooden floors with stone insertspaned sash window with slate sills, providing countryside views, deep luxurious bath with telephone taps contemporary kudos shower, savoy wall mounted hand basin with chrome stand/towel rail, with mirror and light above, savoy WC with low level cistern plus period style white/chrome radiator and towel rail, three separate track lights and extractor fan
Currently set up as a twin room, this light and bright bedroom has original wood floor, sash window with slate sill to the rear with garden views and concealed ceiling lights and wall light.
A sizeable double bedroom with ample natural light from the rear facing sash window with slate sill and garden views, original wood floors and concealed ceiling lights and wall light.
The end double sized bedroom benefits from dual aspect sash windows with both front courtyard views and rear garden views. Original wooden floor and concealed ceiling lights, plus an en-suite shower room.
Contemporary walk in curved shower unit, Savoy pedestal hand basin with glass/chrome shelf, mirror and spotlight above, toilet, Savoy period-style white/chrome radiator and towel rail, with wood floor.
The Round Well Estate is in a truly bucolic rural setting with mature gardens and ancient trees surrounding the house, large manicured lawns, a formal garden with box borders, a professionally designed very pretty cottage garden and rose clad pergola in the fully enclosed courtyard, a secluded patio with charming period style pavilion in an elevated position, a small orchard, herb garden, multiple terraces, play areas and patios. The parking area with turning circle can accommodate many vehicles and there’s a gated area of hard-standing for larger vehicles if required.
Several stone outbuildings are currently used for general storage and garden equipment but could be further developed subject to planning permission. There is also an open fronted undercover area off the hard-standing, that could be used to provide shelter for vehicles or boats.
Mains electricity and water. Oil central heating with LPG tanks for the cooker, with private drainage
The house is equipped with a Positive Input Ventilation (PIV) system that creates a fresh and healthy living environment by supplying fresh, filtered air into the building at a continuous rate throughout a property.
Energy Performance CertificatesEPC 1
Round Well, Pembrokeshire, SA62 5PR
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Haverfordwest Station6.6 miles
About the agent
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