For anyone seeking a home in Haverfordwest with a period atmosphere and ambience, a full inspection of this townhouse is recommended.
The property has been owned by just 2 families throughout its history and indeed its style, location and ambience come as one of those best kept secrets of Haverfordwest. The property is of traditional solid wall construction with rough cast rendered and Goodwick brick external elevations featuring twin-bay windows to the fore, under a slate main roof. The character interior is heated by a full gas fired central heating system and recent improvements under a Local Authority support scheme include the installation of a new boiler and underfloor insulation to much of the ground floor. The interior features original woodwork, flooring and ironmongery and the rear garden is a complete suntrap.
With overhang arch and solid panelled original door flanked by twin wall lamps opening to the internal ......
With original tessellated coloured tiled floor and dado .
Original tiled floor. Feature internal door with lead glazing. Under stairs store. Radiator. Coved and arched ceiling.
Bay window feature. Period fire place with pine surround and tiled inset. Central archway to rear living room ......
Twin feature original recessed display cabinets. radiator. Double sealed small paned French doors opening to the rear garden.
Original floor board finish. Period fire place with over mantle mirror and period cast iron arch recess. Radiator.
Containing an extensive array of French oak fronted base cupboards with granite work surfaces. Matching wall cupboards. Range Master dual gas and electric cooker / hob with deep recess, concealed lighting and extractor hood to chimney. Belfast sink with granite surround. corner cupboard. Under stairs store with washing machine facilities. fitted fridge/freezer and dishwasher. double sealed rear door opening to the garden.
From the entrance hall a mezzanine staircase with original stain glass window leads to the first floor landing.
Designed and fitted out in an Edwardian Style with slipper bath, wide pedestal hand basin, low flush w.c., Coalbrookdale style fitted fireplace, half tiled walls, period style radiator / towel rail, ceramic tiled floor.
Coalbrookdale style fire place. Radiator.
decorative fireplace. Radiator.
Overlooking the rear garden and incorporating a recessed shower cubicle with overhead lighting, radiator. Within bedroom 4 an original concealed staircase leads to the attic floor landing area with Worcester central heating boiler, radiator and 2 insulated eaves lofts.
roof light and radiator.
To the front of the property a Goodwick brick court wall with original railings and central gate opens to a small courtyard which also has a pedestrian access leading to the rear garden.
The rear garden itself is bounded by high walls and offers a significant degree of privacy. In recent years the garden has been redesigned to provide features associated with a period dwelling of this type. A wide cobble brick sun terrace leads via a short flight of steps to a raised curved lawn edged and inset with established flower borders and shrubberies. Beyond is a highly productive vegetable plot. The gardens also feature a corner arbor which overlooks a split level ornamental pond with running water feature whilst in the far corner of the garden is a very pretty timber summer house with electric power. indeed electric power is available within the grounds.
Adjacent to the main house is a detached stone and blockwork shed with adjacent garden w.c.
Fixture & fittings - As stated in these sale particulars
Tenure - Freehold
Local Authority - Pembrokeshire County Council
Council Tax Band - E
Services - All main services connected
Viewing - by appointment only