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  • Bedrooms: 5


Glenhaven boasts a very attractive waterside setting to the north of Cosheston and opposite Lawrenny Ferry. The extensive views over the confluence of the Carew and Creswell Rivers are delightful. This provides access to the 22 miles or so of navigable Milford Haven Waterway.

The well proportioned accommodation is generally light and airy. The House has been renovated in a contemporary style albeit it retains character. Most of the principal rooms have river views.

The Grounds are another special feature. Subject to consent, the large Boathouse/Stores may have commercial/redevelopment potential.

Cosheston itself is a sought-after village with a range of amenities including a character pub, a school, a hall, a sports ground and two churches etc.. the village is close to the A477T which leads to other parts of Pembrokeshire and beyond and about two miles from the local towns of Pembroke and Pembroke Dock. The M4 Motorway is usually reached in less than one hour.

With some approximate dimensions, the accommodation briefly comprises....


18' 7' x 13' 8' (5.66m x 4.17m) a very well lit area with picture windows and doors to front and rear, turning staircase, marble tiled floor.


Suite comprising wash hand basin and WC, tiled floor.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

27' 9' x 13' 1' (8.45m x 3.98m) triple aspect including river views and south-facing patio doors, a fine range of fitted wall and base units having cream doors and contrasting quartz work surfaces incorporating island with feature sink, Stoves range with electric ovens and lpg hobs, large integral fridge and freezer, marble tiled floor.

Sitting Room

23' 3' x 17' 4' (7.08m x 5.28m) another very impressive well lit room with windows to three aspects plus patio doors to decking and river views, feature fireplace with stone behind and multi-fuel burner, timber flooring.

Dining Room

18' 4' x 13' 8' (5.59m x 4.16m) two west facing windows incorporating French doors.

Utility Room

17' 5' x 5' 7' (5.32m x 1.71m) window and outside door, work surface and cupboards, one and a half bowl sink, plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor.


River views, split-level.

Bedroom 1

17' 4' x 13' 5' (5.29m x 4.08m) plus door entrance space, triple aspect including river views plus patio doors to balcony, timber flooring.

Dressing Area/Wardrobe

9' 3' x 5' 0' (2.83m x 1.52m)

En-suite Bathroom/WC

9' 3' x 8' 6' (2.82m x 2.58m) four piece suite comprising Victoria & Albert volcanic limestone slipper bath, corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC, tiled floor, feature radiator.

Bedroom 2

13' 9' x 12' 8' (4.20m x 3.85m) plus door entrance space, triple aspect including river views.

En-suite Shower Room/WC

10' 2' x 6' 1' (3.11m x 1.86m) feature suite comprising shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC, tiled floor.

Bedroom 3

13' 8' x 11' 9' (4.17m x 3.59m) double aspect including south-facing patio doors to potential balcony.

Bedroom 4

13' 9' x 8' 5' (4.19m x 2.56m) plus recess, western aspect.

Bedroom 5

11' 7' x 10' 2' (3.53m x 3.10m) south facing to rear.

Family Bathroom/WC

Feature suite comprising stone double bath, mirrored shower cubicle, 'his and hers' wash hand basins plus WC, tiled floor, upright radiator.


Driveway sweeps down to provide ample parking/hard standing plus access to the Boathouse/Stores (39' 2' x 19' 0' (11.93m x 5.79m)) cavity block work walls with a height of 23' 0' (7.00m) to apex of roof. Subject to consent, this has a variety of potential commercial uses and possibly also conversion into several Apartments - interested parties will need to make their own enquiries with the Pembroke Coast National Park authority (Tel: 01646 624800). Leading down to the estuary from the Boathouse is a slipway for the use of launching moderately sized boats into the waterway.

In all the Grounds extend to almost 3 Acres (1.19 Hectares). The Gardens are mainly laid to lawn but incorporate limestone patios plus a variety of mature shrubs and trees. To the west side, woodland provides shelter. There is a river frontage of approx 460ft (140m) and the Lawrenny and Yacht Club at Lawrenny are about 1,000 ft. (300m) across the water.

SERVICES ETC (none tested)

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating from a Grant boiler. Upvc framed double glazed windows and external doors.


From Slade Cross on the A477T turn north signposted Cosheston. Proceed into the village and straight over the crossroads. Continue for another mile or so and at the next junction, Mount Pleasant Cross, turn/bear right. Follow this lane down where Glenhaven will be found on the waterside.

Arrange viewing 01646 278284

Guy Thomas & Co


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