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Cuffern House, SA62 6HB

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Added on 12/10/2020
Country Living Group, Haverfordwest

Key features

  • Four-bedroom detached house
  • Double garage and outbuilding
  • Rural position on the edge of the national park
  • Less than ten minutes to Haverfordwest

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Full description
Situated on the edge of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Cuffern House would make an ideal base to explore all this beautiful countryside has to offer. With some of the finest beaches in West Wales less than ten minutes' drive away, this property is guaranteed to appeal to anyone looking in the area. With the county town of Haverfordwest also just over ten minutes' drive away, this rural setting is also wonderfully convenient for everyday life. Complimenting this fantastic position is the attention, and quality, that has been applied to its recent renovation. The property has undergone a detailed makeover by the current owner and now offer luxurious accommodation over its two floors.

You enter the property via a large covered porch which leads into the newly tiled entrance hallway. From here you have a ground floor office or fifth bedroom, and a cloakroom, along with a doorway into the very spacious reception room which overlooks the garden. This reception room is ideal for entertaining, with the added benefit of French windows out to the patio that surrounds the property. One of the centrepieces of the property is the stunning kitchen dining room which has been meticulously finished with solid oak and high-end appliances. The kitchen is truly the heart of this home as it leads into an additional sitting room or playroom along with the very impressive hardwood conservatory/sunroom.

On the first floor Cuffern House has four spacious double bedrooms with the master suite occupying the entire east side of the property. With a stunning newly fitted ensuite with feature bath and walk in shower, along with ample storage space the master suite is the ideal place to start and end your day. Finished to the same standards as the impressive master ensuite the family bathroom completes the first-floor accommodation, ideal for the rest of the family or for house guests.

Combining a peaceful but well-connected position, with the attention to detail that has gone into bringing this property up to date, Cuffern House should make for essential viewing.

Entrance Hall
you enter from the sweeping in and out driveway via a wooden front door with glazed surround into the newly tiled entrance hallway. From the hallway you can access the study (or fifth bedroom should you need the space), a boiler room and the cloakroom.

Study / bedroom five
overlooking the approach to the property this bright room has windows on the south and east aspects and would make an ideal workspace or additional bedroom.

Newly fitted with tiled floor and walls the clean lines of the new sanitary goods are complemented by the beautiful solid oak used in this useful space.

Reception room
This expansive room overlooks the gardens to the rear of the property from its large bay window and the French windows that open onto the patio. There is a large hearth at the eastern end of the room which would be ideal for a wood burning stove. The ceiling has been finished with beautiful oak beams and new carpet completes this fabulous entertaining space. Continuing through this light and airy room you pass through another doorway into the Kitchen at the centre of the property.

Kitchen / dining room
Forming the hub of the ground floor of the property this space is a perfect meeting point for the family or focus of any party. The wonderfully finished kitchen with its solid oak worktops would be a delight for any chef with integrated double oven, hob, fridge, separate freezer and dishwasher all from Zanussi. The same oak beams that run through the main reception room are continued in here and provide a beautiful finishing touch to the renovations. While the use of wood creates a warm and cosy feel to this space the windows to the front and rear of the property also keep it bright and airy. The high-quality tile flooring continues into a spacious dining area from the kitchen, and into the connected conservatory. A newly carpeted staircase leads up to the first floor, which has been tastefully renovated with its exposed bottom step and beautiful handrails. Glazed double doors from the dining area open into another sitting room which overlooks the front of the property.

Sitting room / snug
A more intimate space than the main sitting room it would make an ideal playroom or media room. With two large windows to the front of the house it is flooded with natural light in the day, or would be a lovely space to retire to after dinner in the evening.

Conservatory / sun room
Opening off the kitchen/dining room is this very impressive hardwood conservatory which overlooks the garden and the eastern approach to the house. A fantastic space in the summer with its double doors to the garden, or in the winter to watch the weather roll in from the coast this versatile room is guaranteed to impress.

First floor landing
The beautiful staircase that rises from the kitchen diner arrives at a split landing on the first floor. If you turn left toward the front of the property there is access bedrooms two and three.

Bedroom two
With views out across open countryside to the front of the property this good-sized double benefits from a built-in wardrobe for added storage.
Bedroom Three - Enjoying the same outlook as bedroom two, again this spacious double would be ideal for family or guests.

Family bathroom
turning right at the top of the stairs leads to the master suite, bedroom four and the family bathroom. Finished to the same high standard as the properties other bathrooms this spacious room would be a joy to unwind in. With a luxurious soaking bath and separate walk in shower the same feature oak sink unit that was found in the cloakroom completes the high-quality feel of this room.

Bedroom four
Overlooking the rear aspect of the property, this good-sized double is situated next to the family bathroom and a short distance from the master suite, making it an ideal nursery of children's bedroom.

Master bedroom suite
Completing the first-floor accommodation is the stunning master suite. This generous room would accommodate even the largest range of bedroom furniture with a lovely outlook over the rear garden from the impressive bay window. From the master bedroom you access the ensuite bathroom at the front of the property.

Master ensuite
Almost matching the master bedroom for size and space this impressive bathroom is a stunning space to unwind after a long day. With a gorgeous freestanding bath as its focal point, the walk in shower, his and hers sinks and ample storage make this room feel more akin to a spar than a humble bathroom.

Parking at the property is ample, with a 'in and out' driveway at the front of the property along with another large drive that lead to the separate double garage. The garage can comfortably accommodate two vehicles and is accessed via an electric roller door. There is also access via a side door which leads into a rear storage room with light and power connected.
In addition to the garage there is another block-built outbuilding which is divided into three separate storage rooms with one being ideal as a utility room with its close proximity to the main house.
The remainder of the grounds are laid to lawn with a large patio area surrounding the house.

From the county town of Haverfordwest head North West on the A487 in the direction of St. Davids. After approximately six miles you enter the small village of Simpson Cross. Turn right onto Cuffern Road. Follow this road for just over a mile until you reach a right hand turn opposite a row of converted cottage. Take this turn and Cuffern House will be found almost immediately on your right-hand sign as indicated by our for sale sign.

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Country Living Group, Haverfordwest

Unit 29 Withybush Trading Estate Haverfordwest Pembrokeshire SA62 4BS

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