Floorplan for 52 Quay Street, Haverfordwest, SA61 1BE

Property Details

A unique opportunity to purchase this Grade II Listed character property located on the southern bank of the Cleddau Estuary within the County town of Haverfordwest. The original cottage was constructed in the 19th century, with later extensions added in the 1960's and early 2000's to create the property you see today. The current layout offers flexible living accomodation and caters for modern living requirements, all whilst retaining a number of its original features.

A stand out feature for us has to be the garden, with timber decking along the river bank to make the most of the views, and a successful vegetable garden which allows the current owner to live a self-sustainable lifestyle by growing the majorty of her own food.


Timber double entrance door, dual aspect windows, vinyl flooring

Reception (4.20m x 3.30m)

Timber panelled internal door, timber flooring, window to rear, stairs with storage under, feature beams to ceiling

Bathroom (4.00m x 2.10m)

Double panelled bath, pedestal hand basin, electric shower in cubicle, close coupled lavatory, tiled flooring, tiled walls, sash window to front, opening to...

Dressing Room (1.30m x 1.50m)

Tiled flooring


Timber flooring, airing cupboard housing a gas fired Vaillant combi boiler

Bedroom 1 (3.70m x 2.90m)

Front facing double bedroom with fitted carpet, sash window, loft access

Bedroom 2 (2.40m x 3.90m)

Rear facing double bedroom with dual aspect windows, fitted carpet


Walk-in electric shower, close coupled lavatory, pedestal hand basin, tiled flooring, part tiled walls, window to rear

Living Room (3.70m x 8.10m)

Spacious living accommodation with timber flooring, double doors to garden, 2 x window to front, feature beams to ceiling, spot lighting

Kitchen/Dining Room (3.40m x 5.30m)

Comprising an array of base and wall units with matching work surface, integrated electric oven, grill and induction hob, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, timber flooring, 2 x windows to side, two sets of double doors to garden, all under a glass panelled roof


Fitted carpet, window to front

Bedroom 3 (4.40m x 3.27m)

Double bedroom with window to front, fitted carpet

Bedroom 4 (2.30m x 2.80m)

Fitted carpet, skylight, loft access


The property sits on the southern bank of the Cleddau estuary with views up the river towards the town centre, and down the river towards Fortunes Frolic. The double doors from the living accomodation lead out onto timber decking, positioned to maximise these views. It also provides an ideal platform to fish from, with the Cleddau hosting a variety of species, including sea trout, salmon and brown trout. To the front and rear of the property are successful vegetable gardens, which allows the current owner to live a self-sustainable lifestyle, gowing the majority of her own food. Off-road parking is also available behind a gated access to the side of the property.


Within the front garden of the property is a freestanding timber outbuilding with electricity connection, currently used as an art studio, with potential to be used as an office away from the main house

General Notes

Services: Mains gas, electricity and water are connnected, with private drianage
Tenure: Freehold
Local Authority: Pembrokeshire County Council
Tax Band: C


Strictly by appointment with R K Lucas & Son