The main property is of solid dressed sandstone construction incorporating contrasting stone quoins and window architraves to the fore. The rear elevation is mainly of rough cast and cement wash rendering - all under a steeply pitched fibre slate roof. There are uPVC double sealed windows to all main rooms.
The Victorian school offers many traditional features with accommodation comprising:
Double entrance doors, storage cupboard.
3 individual WCs all with window to rear, WC and wash hand basin
Two windows to front, large walk-in storage cupboard, doors to
Window to side, window to front, door to entrance corridor.
Storage cupboard, door to South Wing (not inspected), door to:
Window to front, window to side, sink and drainer with worksurface.
Entrance door, door to office, doorway to inner corridor
Window to rear, storage cupboard, door to
Window to rear
Window to rear, double doored access, door to Main Hall.
Accessed from the outside of the building. Large room with 3 boilers and associated plant relating to the oil heating heating.
To the front of the property is a small court with pedestrian access to the South. A vehicular Right of Way over the adjoining land affords access to the rear of the site, providing extensive parking facilities on the former tarmacadam playground.
The land area included within the site is outlined in red on the plan below.
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage were connected to the site prior to closure of the school.
The property also benefited from oil fired central heating. Upgrading would be required subject to the use involved.
Local Authority: Pembrokeshire County Council
Viewing: By appointment with R K Lucas & Son
There will be a Covenant inserted within the contract to ensure that the existing Victorian Façade is retained, as this is one of the major features of the property.