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Abercastle, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62

  • Ground floor
  • From the courtyard, beneath the shelter of the extended roof canopy, a large glazed door with window panels to each side provides a wall of glass at the front entrance to Pen Y Garn. From here you can look straight through the house - beyond the kitchen windows, marvelling in the magnificent coastal vista.
  • Open plan Kitchen/Dining/Living Room
  • A spacious living area with minimalist décor exudes a clean, airy appearance with easy flow and plenty of room for families to spend time together, or to entertain a crowd. Underfloor heating beneath elegant grey tiles seamlessly flows throughout providing an even, comfortable heat with zonal control.
  • Kitchen
  • Bespoke, high quality, German manufactured Rotpunkt kitchen cabinetry featuring colour fidelity, precision engineering and overall perfect workmanship. The sleek handleless design is timeless, practical and enduring, complimented by top of the range Minerva composite work surfaces. Integrated are a Neff dishwasher a Neff oven with slide and hide door, Neff microwave/oven, warming drawer, and a fridge freezer. A white 1 ½ bowl sink with mixer tap set in a large span of Minerva work surface sits beneath a span of picture windows with panoramic sea views.
  • Set into the centre island/breakfast bar is a Neff 5 burner induction hob with a sleek, low profile, remote controlled extractor fan and light above. Deep drawers with inner drawer sections provide additional storage space and countersunk electric outlets in the Minerva work surface are neatly contained.
  • Dining / Living Room
  • Continue through to a modern, light, inviting space, with picture windows overlooking the coast and 6 meters of bi-fold doors blurring the lines between the inside and out, creating a seamless link between the house and the stunning coastal vistas. Strumble Head provides a lovely vision in the distance with the landscaped walled garden and terrace to the foreground.
  • Utility Room
  • Lower level cupboards, square stainless steel sink and drainer with swan neck tap, space and plumbing for a washer/dryer, LED ceiling spotlights, Worcester oil Boiler and window with sea views.
  • Bathroom
  • Underfloor heating, part porcelain tiled walls, pedestal hand basin with mixer tap and Duravit LED mirror above, beautiful Waters oval shaped freestanding bath with floor mounted faucet and hand spray, RAK toilet, quadrant shower with curved sliding door and monsoon shower head with hand spray, stainless steel /chrome ladder style towel radiator and ceiling spotlights. Window with sea views.
  • Bedroom
  • A spacious ground floor bedroom with large French doors providing wonderful countryside views.
  • Ensuite
  • White tiled walls, underfloor heating, large corner shower with rainfall head and hand spray, RAK toilet, pedestal hand basin with mixer tap and LED mirrored cabinet above, plus a stainless steel/chrome ladder style towel radiator and south facing window.
  • Office/Bedroom
  • A second double sized bedroom on the ground floor, presently used as an office. Large French doors with lovely views provide access to the south facing terrace and garden.
  • Hallway
  • Bespoke, handmade stairs with polished oak handrails, glass balustrades and oak treads, manufactured by local craftsman John Price, rise to the first floor. A large picture window provides ample natural light and garden/driveway views. Understair cupboard.
  • Landing
  • The landing has an airing cupboard housing a large hot water tank, and a glazed door out to a spacious elevated terrace which features far reaching, spectacular views to the east and to the west. A perfect place to relax and enjoy the magnificent sunsets Pembrokeshire is renowned for.
  • Bedroom
  • Dual aspect windows provide early morning sun from the east and stunning southerly headland views, as well as plenty of natural light in a large bedroom with a wall of wardrobes with 3 sliding doors (1 mirrored) fitted with rails and shelves. French oak floor and frosted glass door to the ensuite shower room.
  • Ensuite
  • Frosted glass door into a fully tiled shower room. Extra large shower with monsoon head and hand spray, RAK toilet, pedestal hand basin with mixer tap and Duravit LED mirror above, tall stainless steel/chrome ladder style towel radiator and ceiling spotlights.
  • Master Suite
  • French oak floors, concealed dressing room with shelves, drawers and hanging space, side window with southerly views, and large bi-fold doors opening to a spacious galvanized steel balcony with re-enforced glass walls and stainless steel handrails, providing truly stunning, panoramic sea and headland views. Frosted door from the bedroom to the ensuite shower room.
  • Ensuite
  • Porcelain floor with fully tiled walls, extra large Matki shower with monsoon shower head, hand spray, recessed light and integrated shelf. Roca 3 drawer vanity unit with hand basin, mixer tap and Duravit LED, double sided mirror above, RAK ceramic toilet and large stainless steel towel radiator and north facing window with views of Strumble Head
  • Outside
  • Garage
  • Of block construction with concrete floor, open rafters for additional storage, up and over door, timber pedestrian door, rear window, strip lighting and electric sockets. Solar panels are located on the roof, with the monitoring controls and Dragon Wi-Fi equipment on an interior wall.
  • Gardens and grounds
  • Easy maintenance gardens with lawned areas and raised beds planted with perennial shrubs, as well as mature hedges bound the property. Landscaped paths and terraces surround the house where French doors give access out into the gardens. The larger terrace off the dining/living area provides a delightful space to spill out and enjoy the beauty of the surroundings, dine al fresco or relax in the sunshine and fresh sea air.
  • An attractive painted brick wall with a picot edge utilises the bricks of the former bungalow, surrounding a good portion of the garden providing shelter as well as additional privacy. The private driveway curves into the property between two pillars with plenty of parking for numerous cars.
  • The 5 acre field with an attractive craggy outcrop, colourful gorse bushes and panoramic sea views sited to the rear of the property ensures continued privacy, as well as a great run for the dogs and a safe, fun place for children to play.
  • Services
  • Mains water and electricity, with private drainage and oil central heating.
  • Solar panels contribute to the electricity supply and are on an excellent tariff rate providing an annual income of approx. £1200.
  • Council Tax
  • Band G 2018 -2019 £2255.78 pa
  • Directions
  • From Mathry take the small road signposted Abercastle. After approximately 1 ½ miles you will see the distinctive roof lines of the property on your right hand side prior to reaching the village of Abercastle.

OVERVIEW A modern, architect designed home of unique style and superior build, in a stunning coastal position with 5 acres of land within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, featuring panoramic ...

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Ref: FAC190035

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