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Pembrokeshire
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£550,000
3 bedroom House
Swn Y Mor, Llanwnda, Goodwick, Pembrokeshire



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Established in 1833, Frank B Mason and Co. are a well known and respected estate agent selling property in Pembrokeshire for over 150 years. The company was originally based in Tenby and now has expanded to a five office practice with offices in the county's principal towns of Tenby, Haverfordwest, Milford Haven, Narberth and Pembroke.

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Key Features

• BEAUTIFUL HIGH QUALITY BARN CONVERSION IN RURAL LOCATION
• LOCATED WITHIN THE BEAUTIFUL PEMBROKESHIRE NATIONAL PARK
• PANORAMIC SEA VIEWS, LANDSCAPED GARDENS WITH EXPANSIVE PATIO
• 3 BEDROOMS (1 ENSUITE), LARGE OPEN PLAN LIVING & DINING ROOM
• LOVELY LOCAL STONE,LIMESTONE & SLATE FLOORS, OAK BEAMS & LINTELS
• LUXURY WELL EQUIPPED BESPOKE FRENCH OAK & GRANITE KITCHEN
• LARGE GARAGE PLUS STABLE BLOCK AND EXTENSIVE PARKING AREA
• EFFICIENT UNDERFLOOR HEATING, INSET CEILING & SPOT LIGHTS
• QUIET COASTAL LOCATION YET CLOSE TO TOWN, SCHOOLS & SHOPS

A unique property with high quality finishes in a spacious, flowing layout with an emphasis on comfort and ease of living, located within Pembrokeshire National Park in a peaceful location with stunning sea views.    Ideal as a family home or ideal as a luxury holiday let, the property also provides the opportunity for further development (subject to planning permission)utilising the existing outbuildings.
Located in the small hamlet of Cilau, within easy reach of shops, schools and facilities in Goodwick, as well as the larger town of Fishguard with its pretty centre of shops, post office, schools, restaurants, coffee shops, cinema, art galleries, leisure centre, pubs and grocery stores only 2.5 miles distant. A 10 minute walk takes you to the seafront where one could join the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with miles of access to beautiful beaches, secluded coves, pretty villages and quaint harbours. The well known Strumble Head peninsular with its impressive lighthouse is a short drive away. Road, rail and sea links are all close by.
Approached off a quiet but not isolated country road- passing two local farms on a private farm track, Swn Y Mor (Sound of the sea) is accessed via a large wooden gate into a central courtyard with ample parking. One is immediately struck by the simple, natural beauty of the landscaped gardens, lovely stone barn and attractive outbuildings, as well as the impressive panoramic views of the sea across the nearby fields.
Bought by the current owners approximately 10 years ago, the barn has undergone an amazing transformation from a derelict farm outbuilding to a gracious, comfortable and spacious home set in ½ acre of private grounds - with an amazing view! Every aspect of the property was addressed during restoration, with close attention to detail and an emphasis on local materials and quality workmanship. The result is stunning with an easy flow from the expansive living areas to the calm peaceful sleeping quarters. Underfloor heating throughout ensures Swn Y Mor is warm and cosy with temperature control via individual controls in each room. The hardwood Iroko doors and double glazed windows were custom manufactured by a local company renowned for quality and craftsmanship, with solid oak beams, lintels and bespoke oak staircase adding character.   The use of natural materials on the floors with limestone and slate throughout the living areas and hallways is both practical and modern. Attractive and timeless neutral décor is consistent throughout this contemporary home thoughtfully designed with modern day living and conveniences catered for.