Floorplan for 9 St. Annes Place, Neyland, SA73 1UA

Property Details

A deceptively large detached 3 bedroomed bungalow set in equally deceptively large gardens enjoying a south-facing location with some river views in the pleasant riverside town of Neyland.

St Annes Place may be found at the very end of Brunel Avenue on the north bank of the River Cleddau estuary.

This particular property is located approximately 1/4 of a mile from the main town centre, conveniently placed within easy motoring distance of many of Pembrokeshire's main amenities.

The bungalow is of traditional construction and offers scope for modernisation improvement and repair. Its main attributes include its south-facing position, large gardens and sizeable rooms.

Enclosed Entrance Porch

Main Reception Hall (4m x 1.78m)

with radiator, wall thermostat, airing cupboard with lagged copper hot water cylinder.


Part tiled walls, courtesy hand basin, low flush wc.

Sitting room (7.3m x 4.7m)

Overlooking the river, radiator, Tv point.

Dining room (4m x 3.9m max)


Kitchen/Breakfast room (4.3m x 4m)

Single drainer stainless steel sink unit, extensive base cupboards with laminated work surfaces and matching wall cupboards, built in over, four ring ceramic hot plate, part tiled walls.

Conservatory (3.6m x 1.6m)

Double sealed.

Inner hall

with radiator, store cupboard and access to the insulated roof space.

Bathroom (3.5m x 2.5m max)

Twin grip panel bath, pedestal hand basin, low flush wc. Fully tiled shower cubicle, radiator, part tiled walls.

Bedroom1 (front) (4.7m x 3.6m)

with river views. Built in wardrobe with full length mirror doors, radiator.

Bedroom 2 (rear) (4.2m x 3.6m)


Bedroom 3 (3.6m x 3.1m)



The property faces south. Vehicular access is to the side where the driveway passes a large lawn to the rear car port and attached Garage (6m x 2.8m) with Worcester Greenstar Danesmoor oil fired central heating boiler, up and over door, polycarbonate roof covering.

To the south is a further lawn with gravelled terrace whilst concealed to the east is a pleasant lawned garden with shrubberies, garden store and oil storage tank.

General Notes

Tenure: The property is freehold.
Local Authority: Pembrokeshire County Council.
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage connected. Legal advisers should confirm.
Viewing: By appointment.