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Manorbier, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70

  • The house is approached via private driveway with pillared gates to a large turning space and parking for up to six cars to the fore, with additional parking and a delivery area to the rear which is accessed via a private lane alongside owned by the property.
  • Front Porch
  • Solid timber door with transom and side windows, arched front window, encaustic tiled floor, suspended brass lamp, and ancient stone step up to the part-glazed double doors with transom and side windows, leading into the hallway.
  • Hallway
  • A spacious and welcoming hallway with recessed archway typical of the period, deep plaster coving, high ceiling and impressive turned staircase with wide shallow treads.
  • Sitting Room
  • An elegant room of good proportions with features that include a tall side window with views of the garden, deep bay window, ornate plaster and ceiling rose, dado rail and working period fireplace with tiled inserts and wrought iron fire basket.
  • Dining Room
  • With plenty of space to seat a crowd this delightful room features a deep bay window with views over the croquet/tennis lawn, and has a handsome period fireplace with tiled inserts and a tiled hearth, along with a decorative mantelpiece and surround.
  • Study
  • Front facing sash window, high ceiling with coving and centre pendant light, and two built in storage cupboards.
  • Cloakroom
  • This versatile room is presently used as a cloakroom. Sash window to the front, period archway feature and front corner cupboard.
  • Family Sitting Room - Den
  • There’s no shortage of places to relax in this spacious home – another comfortable sitting room in which to read, entertain, watch TV or leave the children to play. Victorian mantle over inglenook fireplace recess (thought to have been the original kitchen), centre pendant light, and long sash window overlooking the front gardens and entranceway.
  • Guest WC
  • Recently refurbished in Victorian style with tiled floor, part tiled walls, high level transom window, WC with high level wall mounted cistern, wall mounted hand basin with mixer tap.
  • Utility Room
  • Tiled floor, part tiled walls, space and plumbing for a washer/dryer, stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap with cupboards under, ceiling mounted drying rack, wall mounted cupboards and toilet.
  • Kitchen
  • A proper country house kitchen with bespoke cabinetry and a wonderful dresser in-keeping with the period of the home, along with added modern conveniences! Terracotta tiled floor, granite work surfaces over oak cupboards and drawers, space & plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a fridge/freezer, double bowl Belfast white ceramic sink with mixer tap, tiled splash backs, plus a handsome four oven gas fuelled Aga with Rangemaster hood above. This spacious, homely kitchen is filled with natural light from the picture window above the sink alongside a tall window that overlooks the rear courtyard. A new Worcester gas boiler is housed here. Side door to rear porch. Door to the snug/living room.
  • Snug/Living Room
  • A cosy room you can spill into after a country kitchen supper, with the added benefit of a wood burner on a tiled hearth set into the fireplace recess. Picture rail, high ceiling with ornate ceiling rose and decorative coving, and glazed doors to the garden room.
  • Garden Room
  • The perfect place to enjoy the last rays of the afternoon/evening sun and delight in the lovely garden views. Tiled floor, windows to three sides, and glazed French doors out to the paths, terraces and gardens.
  • Stairs and Landings
  • Gracious carpeted stairs rise to a half landing where a window provides ample natural light and lovely rural views. Door to the east wing. The upper landing features a lovely curved wall detail, and high ceiling with coving.
  • Master Suite
  • Bedroom
  • A spacious bedroom with high ceiling and coving, Victorian fireplace, and large deep bay window featuring glorious garden views and sea glimpses. The room is uncluttered with heavy furniture as wardrobes are unnecessary having access to the dressing room alongside.
  • Dressing Room
  • A convenient and substantial room currently used as the dressing room to the master bedroom which could also serve as a further bedroom. Long sash window with fitted window seat featuring lovely views, Victorian fireplace, and coving around the high ceiling. Door to the ensuite bathroom:
  • Ensuite Bathroom
  • A truly luxurious bathroom equipped with a toilet, bidet, claw footed freestanding, cast iron, roll-top bath with floor mounted faucet; two traditionally styled hand basins with mixer taps as well as chrome and glass shelves and mirrors above; fully tiled walls and floor, chrome ladder style towel warmer/radiator, wall lamps and ceiling track lights. An extra large airing cupboard fitted with slatted shelves provides plenty of linen and towel storage, and a sash window with frosted glass provides ample natural light. A second door makes the bathroom accessible from the landing.
  • Bedroom
  • A lovely bedroom with the benefit of dual aspect windows with views to the trees in the garden from one window and village views enjoyed from the other, ceiling rose and plaster coving.
  • Bedroom & Nursery/Dressing Room
  • Large double sized bedroom with Victorian fireplace, sash window and door to a flexible use room that could be used a study / nursery / playroom /dressing room.
  • Shower Room
  • Part tiled walls, large mains shower with curved glass screen, toilet, vanity unit with cupboards, drawers, open shelves and spot lights, inset hand basin with mixer tap and mirror over, obscure glass window and three ceiling spotlights.
  • East Wing
  • The East Wing of the house provides flexible use opportunities, the present owners enjoy it as part of the main house. It is especially useful for visiting family with young children. It would also be ideal for a teenager wanting their own ‘space’, or to rent out as a self-contained apartment or holiday let.
  • The East Wing benefits from the separate entrance and parking for two cars to the rear of the property.
  • Kitchenette
  • Original wood plank floors, a range of upper and lower cupboards with counter surface over a space for a fridge, space for a cooker, inset stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap and tiled splash back, with tall sash window and space for a small table and chairs.
  • Shower Room
  • Part tiled walls, frosted sash window, vanity unit with hand basin and mixer tap with light and mirror above, large shower cubicle with Mira electric shower unit, toilet and centre light.
  • Bedroom
  • A double sized bedroom with part tongue-in-groove painted, panelled walls, long sash window with countryside views.
  • Bedroom
  • A double bedroom- presently housing twin beds, which features a high ceiling with pendant light, long sash window.
  • Note:
  • A section of the hallway provides steps to the attic access which is boarded and lit with plenty of headroom. A half-glazed door leads to the exterior steps to the rear courtyard.
  • Grounds and Gardens
  • The grounds and gardens are beautifully landscaped with mature trees, hedges, herbaceous shrubs, raised stone edged borders stocked with perennials and bulbs, paved walkways and paths, sunny courtyard and terrace areas, as well as a large flat lawn that was once a croquet lawn, then tennis court. A wrought iron gate leads to the southerly garden where there is a small lawn and seating area, greenhouse, potting shed, two wooden sheds and sunny disposition for the vegetable patch and fruiting bushes. Further on is the walled orchard with productive apple and pear trees with open farmland beyond. The boundaries of the property are mostly formed by old limestone walls with a pillared, gated entrance.
  • Services
  • Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage.
  • Council Tax
  • Band C and B 2019 – 2020 £1,220.05 and £1067.55
  • Directions
  • Upon entering the village of Manorbier on the B4585 you will see the property as you start to descend the hill on the left hand side.