St Davids is located towards the northern promontory of the Pembrokeshire Coast, within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, an area of outstanding beauty which during the summer months benefits from significant tourism opportunities. This property fronts one of the main thoroughfares through the "City" and is within easy walking distance of all main amenities including the Cathedral itself.
The area is renowned for its historic character and indeed Paris House itself also offers significant character.
There are many sandy bays and rocky coves within easy motoring distance including Whitesands Bay, Newgale, Solva, Porthclais and St Justinian, whilst the County Town and Administrative centre of Haverfordwest is 15 miles to the south-east.
This 3 storey property is mainly of rendered solid wall construction with cavity wall extension to the rear - under a mainly slate roof. There are many double sealed windows within although as the property is set in a Conservation area, some of the older windows remain single glazed including the 2 feature ground floor bay windows to the fore.
with central Entrance door and well presented main shop unit - 35.22 sq.m (379 sq.ft).
(155 sq.ft) currently used for further stock premises.
There is a small Hallway adjacent to the Cloakroom which has been sealed off from the residential accommodation but could be re-opened quite easily.
The maisonette residential accommodation has a pedestrian access to the side of the property which opens to the Entrance Hall. To the far side of the Entrance Hall a double sealed door opens to a split level terraced private garden area which benefits from a sunny aspect.
From the Hall the staircase rises to the ...
Store cupboard, radiator. Many feature pine doors provide a natural and character aspect.
Superbly fitted with an extensive array of quality base units having spar and granite finish split level work surfaces. Stainless steel sink unit and waste disposal recessed into the work surface, extensive matching wall cupboards. 5 ring gas hob with cooker below and central extractor hood, part tiled walls, slate tile flooring, radiator, wall thermostat. Boiler cupboard housing the wall mounted central heating boiler, plumbing for automatic washing machine.
with twin window aspect to the side, radiator, telephone point.
A quality bathroom with feature bath, hand basin in break front cabinet with extensive cupboards below and display surface, low flush wc., radiator, shower cubicle, 2 tone fully tiled walls with contrasting dado tiles.
Overlooking New Street, radiator, laminate flooring.
Pleasant outlook to the fore, radiator, fine tongue and groove flooring.
From the landing a hardwood staircase rises to the ...
Gable window outlook, radiator. Splendid view
Splendid outlook, radiator.
Fitted shower cubicle, hand basin, low flush wc., fully tiled walls, radiator, eaves storecupboard.
In addition to including the small terraced garden, attached to the property is a double garage (5.2m x 4.9m) (17' x 16') of block construction with electric up and over door. Parking area adjacent.
Tenure: The property is freehold.
Local Authority: Pembrokeshire County Council, and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
Services: All mains services connected. Gas fired central heating. Heating to the shop is also provided by an air conditioning unit with dual settings.
Viewing: By appointment with R K Lucas & Son.