12 Victoria Place
Haverfordwest
Haverfordwest
0345 094 3006

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£850,000
7 bedroom House
Johnston




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West Wales Properties.co.uk is the leading independent estate agent in the area, with 11 high profile computer linked offices.

West Wales Properties was founded in 1992 with its first office opening in Haverfordwest, quickly followed by the opening of the Narberth and Milford Haven offices. Further expansion into the south of Pembrokeshire with the opening of Pembroke and Tenby offices, and additional offices at Fishguard, Cardigan, Carmarthen, Newcastle Emlyn and Llanelli.

In 2000 West Wales Properties joined up with an associated office in Mayfair, London which concentrates on achieving maximum exposure through the national media.

Key Features

  • Lifestyle Change Opportunity
  • 4 Bed Family Home
  • Set in 36.18 acres
  • Stunning Country/Lake Views
  • Two Rental Properties
  • Two Industrial Barns
  • Close to Amenities
  • **( Option to purchase )** 3 Bed Furnished Chalet

Nestled in the heart of rural Pembrokeshire, within 36 acres and enjoying beautiful lakeside and countryside views, lies The Kilns, offering a range of opportunities, from business potential to 'living the good life'. The Main Bungalow, with four double bedrooms and beautifully presented accommodation, offers substantial family size accommodation and benefits from oil central heating and double glazing. To either side of the bungalow lies two successful rental properties, which are fully furnished and very well maintained. These properties enjoy landscaped gardens, an outlook over the stunning 2 acre lake, and ample parking. This smallholding has immense potential, providing stylish country living combined with a quality of finish expected of modern day living, with industrial outbuildings and pasture land providing an annual income to the current owners, but viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the location and opportunity.

LOCATION

The Kilns is nestled within 36 acres of rural Pembrokeshire, situated down a country road, with woodland walks, countryside and lakeside views and cattle for neighbours. Despite your position in the heart of the countryside, just a half a mile drive takes you straight onto the A4076, with links right across Pembrokeshire, but only one mile away bringing you to the county town of Haverfordwest, which has numerous facilities to offer, including popular high street stores, schools and a further educational college, hospital, main line train station, cinema, leisure centre and restaurants.

To the north of the county lies the ferry port of Fishguard and village of Goodwick, where there is a ferry terminal to Southern Ireland, and South West of Fishguard lies St Davids, a popular Cathedral City, which has the benefit of numerous facilities which briefly include Schools, Chapels, Banks, Restaurants, Hotels, Art Galleries, Gift Shops, Supermarket, etc. Renowned as Britain's smallest city, at the heart of which stands the historic Cathedral and ruined Bishops Palace, St Davids is a vibrant coastal community, situated on the most westerly tip of Wales. Lying within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, St Davids is a focal point on one of the most spectacular and unspoilt coastlines in the country, famous for the coastal path with an abundance of wildlife. There is a huge range of sporting activities available throughout Pembrokeshire, including fishing (sea fishing for bass and mackerel, river fishing on the nearby Cleddau River and reservoir fishing at Llys y Fran), golf (with18 hole golf courses at Haverfordwest and Newport), horse-riding, surfing, kayaking and coasteering to mention but a few!

12 miles to the west of The Kilns is Pembrokeshire’s west coast, with long sandy beaches such as Newgale, one of the best known Blue Flag beaches in West Wales with its three miles of beautiful sand, pebbled bank and wonderful surf, and Broadhaven, the long sandy beach being particularly popular with 'bucket and spade' and boating enthusiasts, whilst walkers and bird-watchers appreciate the coastal path, which leads to the quaint coastal village of Little Haven, historically a fishing village. Further along the west coast, Pembrokeshire’s offshore islands are famous for their incredible natural beauty and fantastic array of wildlife, both above and below the surface with boat trips operating for over 40 years. Skomer and Skokholm islands and their surrounding waters are home to a huge variety of birds, including the largest Puffin Colony in Southern Britain, and the largest concentration of Manx-Shearwaters in the world. While Grassholm Island, slightly further offshore, is home to one of the largest Gannet Colonies in the world with over 39,000 pairs.

Across the Cleddau Bridge are various tourist attractions that Pembrokeshire are renowned for, with wildlife hot spots such as Folly Farm and Anna’s Welsh Zoo home to a host of animals, from tigers and lions to peacocks and wallabies, and adventure parks and activity centres such as Heatherton and Oakwood Theme Park. The Bluestone Resort is a 5* National Park Resort, offering fine cuisine, log cabin accommodation and a waterpark ideal for family breaks and days out. The A477 continues through to the popular destinations of Saundersfoot; a prominent Pembrokeshire seaside resort located at the foot of a picturesque wooded valley. Its appeal is due to the superb sandy beaches and the attractive harbour, which provide unrivalled opportunities for water-sports, beach games, fishing and simply messing about in boats. The neighbouring town of Tenby is also of similar popularity, Harbour Beach having secured the top spot of ‘Best Beach in Europe’ because of the quality of its water, the beauty of its environment and its reputation among visitors, e-tourist organisation European Best Destinations said. Slightly further afield is the well known Pendine Sands and the Town of Camarthen with its shopping precincts and Cinema, Main Line Railway Station.

THE KILNS

The Kilns is a smallholding of approximately 36 acres, comprising the main beautifully presented bungalow, two fully furnished rental properties, an industrial workshop, a three bay barn, a two acre lake, landscaped gardens, fields for livestock and a small orchard. Nestled near the convenient town of Johnston, close to the county town of Haverfordwest, the property is only 6 miles from the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline. The Kilns offers a range of opportunities, from business potential to living the good life in the Pembrokeshire countryside, therefore viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate. **With an option to purchase an additional chalet, subject to separate negotiation.**

ENTRANCE HALL

1.78m x 3.78m (5'10" x 12'5")

UPVC timber obscured double glazed door to front, radiator, coving to ceiling, alarm panel, doors to:

RIGHT WING INNER HALLWAY

Built in coat closet, access to loft space, thermostat, coving to ceiling, doors leading off to:

LOUNGE

5.61m x 5.26m max (18'5" x 17'3" max)

LPG log burner style gas fire with wooden mantle, UPVC timber double glazed french doors to rear, radiator, coving to ceiling, three wall lights.

STUDY

3.78m x 2.44m max (12'5" x 8' max)

UPVC timber double glazed window to front, radiator, telephone point, coving to ceiling.

Plumbing is available, as this room has been previously utilised as a kitchen.

SHOWER ROOM

1.73m x 2.64m max (5'8" x 8'8" max)

Shower cubicle, low level wc, square wash hand basin with mixer tap, shaver point, chrome heated towel rail, extractor fan, tiled flooring.

BEDROOM

4.47m x 4.83m max (14'8" x 15'10" max)

UPVC timber double glazed window to rear, radiator, TV connection lead, coving to ceiling, ceiling spotlights.

BEDROOM

4.17m x 4.24m (13'8" x 13'11" )

Entrance Area with archway leads to Master Bedroom, with fitted wardrobes, bedside tables and TV cabinet,UPVC timber double glazed window to rear, radiator, TV point, coving to ceiling, ceiling spotlights, door to:

EN SUITE BATHROOM

1.83m x 3.30m (6' x 10'10")

Freestanding roll top bath with shower over, low level wc, square pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and illuminated mirror above with shaver point, tiled surround and flooring, coving to ceiling, ceiling spotlights.

UTILITY

4.23m x 1.16m (13'11" x 3'10")

Two velux to side, tiled flooring, coat hooks, space and plumbing for washing machines and tumble dryers.

LEFT WING INNER HALLWAY

UPVC timber double glazed window to front, radiator, coving to ceiling, doors to:

FAMILY/DINING ROOM

3.99m x 3.48m (13'1" x 11'5")

UPVC timber double glazed french doors to side, radiator, TV point, telephone point, coving to ceiling, open to:

KITCHEN

3.53m x 3.30m (11'7" x 10'10")

Contemporary plum gloss base and eye level units with mint shade worktop over, black gloss tiled splash backs, under unit lighting and plinth lighting. Integrated Electrolux oven, integrated Electrolux coffee machine, integrated 5 ring LPG hob with extractor chimney above, integrated wine fridge, integrated dishwasher, space for American style fridge freezer, plinth heater, coving to ceiling, ceiling spotlights, UPVC timber double glazed window to side.

INNER HALL

Stairs to First Floor, built in store cupboard, radiator, ceiling spotlights, doors to:

WET ROOM

1.37m x 3.94m max (4'6" x 12'11" max)

Walk in double shower cubicle with waterfall shower over, square vanity wash hand basin with vanity cupboard below and waterfall mixer tap, low level wc, chrome heated towel rail, UPVC timber double glazed obscured window to side, tiled flooring and surround, ceiling spotlights, coving to ceiling.

BEDROOM

4.75m x 5.06m (15'7" x 16'7")

UPVC timber double glazed window to front, radiator, built in wardrobe, ceiling spotlights.

FIRST FLOOR

BEDROOM

4.27m x 3.43m (14' x 11'3")

Velux windows to each side, radiator, TV point, telephone point.

ST BRIDES

A successful and very well maintained one bedroom furnished rental property, which comprises:

HALL

3.12m x 1.17m (10'3" x 3'10")

UPVC timber double glazed obscured door to utility, non tested smoke alarm, coving to ceiling, open plan into Kitchen and doors leading off.

KITCHEN

4.19m x 3.63m (13'9" x 11'11")

Light wood effect base and eye level units with worktop over and tiled splash backs, integrated four ring hob with extractor hood and integrated oven, space for fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine, single drainer stainless steel one and a half bowl sink, cupboard housing Worcester boiler, pantry, access to loft space, coving to ceiling, tiled flooring, UPVC timber double glazed windows to rear and side, door to:

LOUNGE/DINER

3.40m x 5.49m (11'2" x 18')

UPVC timber double glazed french doors to rear with full length windows adjacent, radiator, coving to ceiling, three wall lights, folding doors into:

BEDROOM

5.49m x 3.68m (18' x 12'1")

UPVC timber double glazed window to front, radiator, coving to ceiling.

BATHROOM

2.87m x 1.60m (9'5" x 5'3")

L shaped panelled bath with screen and waterfall shower over, low level wc, tiled flooring and surround, radiator, square pedestal wash hand basin with waterfall mixer tap and illuminated mirror above.

LINDSWAY

A successful and very well maintained two bedroom and two storey furnished rental property, with a separate track leading to the property, a private enclosed gravel garden to the side and patio slabbed seating area to the front, which comprises:

HALL

2.62m x 1.91m (8'7" x 6'3")

UPVC timber double glazed door to front, stairs to first floor with under stairs alcove, dimplex heater, built in coat closet, built in airing cupboard housing hot water tank with immersion heater, doors leading off to:

BATHROOM

2.90m x 2.62m max (9'6" x 8'7" max)

Paneled bath with screen and shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, dimplex heater, coving to ceiling, UPVC timber obscured double glazed window to rear, extractor fan.

LOUNGE/DINER

7.92m x 3.25m (26' x 10'8")

UPVC timber double glazed window to rear, UPVC timber double glazed french doors to rear, TV point, coving to ceiling, dimplex heater, open plan to:

KITCHEN

2.72m x 2.87m (8'11" x 9'5")

Light wood effect base and eye level units with worktop over and tiled splash backs, integrated four ring hob with extractor hood and integrated oven, fridge/freezer, washing machine, single drainer stainless steel one and a half bowl sink, strip lighting, non tested smoke alarm, UPVC timber double glazed windows to side and front.

FIRST FLOOR

Built in storage cupboard, doors to:

BEDROOM

UPVC timber double glazed window to side, velux window to rear, dimplex heater.

BEDROOM

3.96m x 4.01m (13' x 13'2")

Velux window to front and rear, dimplex heater.

EXTERNALLY

Th property is approached via a private lane, with cattle grids, with a tarmac drive entrance leading down to the properties, flanked either side by paddocks. To the right hand side are the industrial workshop, three bay barn, and an enclosed wash bay with drainage. To the left hand side is the driveway for the main property, with a mature shrub walled garden at the fore, oil tank to the side and ample parking for several vehicles.

The lanscaped grounds enjoyed by the properties are two tiered and beautifully maintained, over looking the beautiful spectacle which is the lake, with mature shrubs and trees surrounding. From the french doors of the lounge, a block paved path with adjacent pillars and steps lead towards the lake. To the right of the property lies the original kiln, from the top of which the countryside views are panoramic, overlooking the fields belonging to The Kilns, which are currently the pastures of sheep and cattle. Towards the edge of the boundary lies woodland, providing country walks and a natural habitat for British wildlife.

THE LAKE

Measuring at just over 2 acres, with fishing platform for catching the catch of the day, or to enjoy a glass of bubbly at the end of a busy day, this lake offers a tranquil outllook and only adds to the stunning picturesque scenery at The Kilns. With frequent visitors of Canadian geese, swans and ducks, the lake will change with the seasons, but not falter in beauty.

CHRISTMAS TIME AT THE KILNS

Covered in a blanket of snow, this could be your view this Christmas...

INDUSTRIAL WORKSHOP

18.59m x 12.19m (61' x 40')

With three stable bays, industrial lighting, industrial sockets.

THREE BAY BARN

The three bay barn provides an income from two of the bays, one of which is rented out as a workshop, and the third which is rented out for storage purposes.

BAY ONE

6.45m x 17.98m (21'2" x 59')

Full workshop garage with industrial lighting, industrial sockets and industrial work benches.

BAY TWO

7.01m x 17.98m approx (23' x 59' approx)

Currently utilised for storage, with industrial lighting, industrial sockets and industrial work benches.

BAY THREE

7.01m x 17.98m approx (23' x 59 approx)

Currently utilised for storage, with industrial lighting, industrial sockets and industrial work benches.

CONVERTED SALON/APARTMENT POTENTIAL

To the rear of the workshop has been converted, which has multiple potential functions, subject to necessary planning consents.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.
TENURE: We are advised freehold
SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.
TAX BANDS:

Lindsway: C
The Kilns: D

AGENTS VIEWING NOTES

Please note that there is important information relating to the property that we need to discuss with you prior to your viewing this property. Please ask our staff for further details.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

WE WOULD LIKE TO POINT OUT THAT OUR PHOTOGRAPHS ARE TAKEN WITH A DIGITAL CAMERA WITH A WIDE ANGLE LENS. These particulars have been prepared in all good faith to give a fair overall view of the property. If there is any point which is of specific importance to you, please check with us first, particularly if travelling some distance to view the property. We would like to point out that the following items are excluded from the sale of the property: Fitted carpets, curtains and blinds, curtain rods and poles, light fittings, sheds, greenhouses - unless specifically specified in the sales particulars. Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or otherwise. Services, appliances and equipment referred to in the sales details have not been tested, and no warranty can therefore be given. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on such matters prior to purchase. Any areas, measurements or distances are given as a guide only and are not precise. Room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings.

OTHER SERVICES AVAILABLE

We recommend that all buyers should have a Survey done on a property before they buy it. Please ask staff in our office if you would like us to recommend a Surveyor who could undertake this work for you. We can also give you details of professionals who can undertake Conveyancing, or provide Independent Financial Advice

OFFER PROCEDURES

All enquiries and negotiations to West Wales Properties: We have an obligation to our vendor clients to ensure that offers made for the property can be substantiated. One of our panel of financial consultants, will speak to you to 'qualify' your offer.

ADR/NE/VGW/11/16/OKVGW

FLOOR PLANS

Any floorplans provided are included as a service to our customers and are intended as a GUIDE TO LAYOUT only. Dimensions are approximate. DO NOT SCALE.

AGENTS NOTE:

AGENTS NOTE: We have not seen or been provided with any planning consents or building regulations should they be necessary.

12 Victoria Place
Haverfordwest
Haverfordwest
0345 094 3006

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