Floorplan for Tenby House, Goodwick, SA64 0DU
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Property Details


This elevated position Semi-Detached 4 bedroom character home is found in the popular area of Goodwick leading directly onto the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Enjoying views towards the Harbour and with some very attractive features like bay windows, exposed floorboards, fitted carpets, and original fireplaces, this property will appeal to a wide range of purchasers.

There is off-road parking for two cars to the front, whilst to the rear of the property is a manageable, elevated garden area. In addition to the 4 bedrooms the home boasts 2 reception rooms, a spacious kitchen and utility room, and luxurious spa bath. Viewing is essential to appreciate this fine home.

A dog walking paradise with dozens of different walks including the cliff walks which are part of the coastal path, down to the beach and along Marine Walk taking you to Lower Fishguard Harbour, or the short walk behind Tenby House to Stop & Call giving you wonderful views over the bay.

Just down the hill from Tenby House you have the town of Goodwick which provides excellent transport links, whether by car along the A40 trunk road, or trains to London and Manchester, or even ferry to Southern Ireland.

The centre of Goodwick village is within half a mile and has the benefit of several shops, a post office, primary school, church, chapels, public houses, restaurants, and a variety of other amenities.

The sea front, known as "The Parrog”, provides a safe beach for families and also has the Ocean Lab sea life centre.

Slightly further afield you will find the nearby town of Fishguard, which has the picturesque quayside at Lower Town, with some lovely architecture reflecting it’s bygone heritage. There’s also Theatre Gwaun, the cinema built in 1895 and still showing the latest films. A variety of restaurants, pubs, and shops, a doctor’s surgery, churches, schools and a leisure centre.

Various other villages with old architecture, art galleries and places to eat and relax are dotted along this South West Welsh coastline including the pretty little harbour at Solva, Britain’s smallest city of St David’s and its Cathedral, the timeless old port of Porthgain and the picturesque estuary, beach and rustic village of Newport, all inter-connected by the coastal path for those who enjoy walking.

Nearby and within easy driving distance are numerous coves, beaches and beauty spots that the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has to offer. The abundance of wild flowers and wildlife, including colonies of seals, bottle nose dolphins, harbour porpoise, sea birds such as puffins, gannets and cormorants, and inland birds such as buzzards, peregrines, merlin’s, red kites and owls attract tourists to the area all year round.

Hall

Spacious tiled reception hall with separate W.C. and under stairs storage cupboard (containing gas boiler).

Sitting Room (3.50m x 3.40m)

Pleasant sitting room with exposed floorboards, working fireplace, and large window to front.

Lounge (4.50m x 4.60m)

Spacious lounge with large window to front, feature fireplace, fitted carpet and internal doors to...

Kitchen (3.20m x 4.50m)

Tiled flooring with a variety of storage cupboards and work surfaces, with gas and plumbing connections for appliances. Convenient access to…

Utility (2.60m x 2.50m)

With large storage cupboard and access to the rear garden.

Landing

With fitted carpet and fixed ladder to a useful attic room with Dormer Window, currently being used as an office.

Bedroom 1 (4.30m x 4.10m)

Front facing double bedroom with fitted carpet, feature fireplace, and bay window giving views towards Goodwick harbour and breakwater.

Bedroom 2 (4.30m x 3.30m)

Garden facing double bedroom with fitted carpet, feature fireplace, and built in double wardrobe.

Bathroom (2.80m x 2.50m)

Tiled flooring with newly installed two person 8 jet spa bath, lavatory and hand basin, together with large airing cupboard containing a new gas heated hot water tank with added electric immersion.

Bedroom 3 (1.80m x 2.70m)

Side facing single bedroom with fitted carpet (perfect as a study for home working)

Bedroom 4 (2.70m x 3.80m)

Another front facing double bedroom with fitted carpet, a feature fireplace, and bay window with sea views.

Outside

There is off-road parking for two cars to the front whilst to the rear of the property is a sun trap elevated garden with barbecue area, brick built shed, and small shrubbery.

Additional information

Gas Central Heating throughout the property
Double Glazing
All main services connected
Tax Band: D
Pembrokeshire County Council
Viewing: Strictly by appointment and subject to Covid regulations.