Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A beautifully presented property located in the heart of Newport, full of character and charm. Just walking distance from the estuary and coast path, the town and its amenities are right on your doorstep! Benefitting from oil central heating, an enclosed rear garden and stables to the rear, this property would make an ideal family home.

This wonderful property briefly comprises; on the ground floor, an entrance porch that leads into the spacious lounge and includes a feature fireplace with log burning stove. A hallway then leads to a cloakroom/wc and also to the dining room, which offers the perfect entertainment area with patio door overlooking the rear garden. An opening leads to the kitchen with matching wall and base units. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms all with sinks and built in wardrobes, and a bathroom. On the second floor there is a further double bedroom, benefitting from views of the estuary, which has an adjoining room currently used as a childs bedroom, but would make an ideal dressing room.

Externally; to the front of the property there is a driveway offering off road parking for three vehicles. To the side of the property a door leads to a store room. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn, with a variety of trees, shrubs and flower beds. There is also an outdoor storage shed and two stables. The patio area is the perfect spot to sit and enjoy views of the garden! There is a separate small field/paddock available by separate negotiation. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate what this property has to offer.

The medieval town of Newport is known as 'the jewel in the crown' of North Pembrokeshire - The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path runs through Newport's boundaries giving stunning views of Dinas Island, Morfa Head, Carningli Mountain and Newport Bay. The two largest beaches are Traeth Mawr (Big Beach, or Newport Sands) on the northern side of the Nevern Estuary, and The Parrog, ever popular with boat enthusiasts, on the south side. The Nevern Estuary is teeming with wildlife and birds. Carningli Mountain stands to the south of Newport, with standing stones, ancient forts and hut circles. The town also boasts a wide range of shops to cater for every need. There are also fine restaurants and several pubs, as well as a tourist information centre

Entrance Porch

1.47m x 1.47m (4'10 x 4'10)


7.59m x 4.57m (24'11 x 15'00)


1.80m 1.45m (5'11 4'09)

Dining Room

4.47m x 2.74m (14'08 x 9'00)


4.67m x 3.00m (15'04 x 9'10)

Bedroom One

4.45m x 3.89m (max) (14'07 x 12'09 (max))

Bedroom Two

4.57m x 3.07m (15'00 x 10'01)

Bedroom Three

4.57m x 2.92m (15'00 x 9'07)


3.05m x 2.74m (10'00 x 9'00)

Bedroom Four

4.50m x (14'09 x )

Nursery/Dressing Room

3.53m x 2.54m (11'07 x 8'04)

Storage Room

1.30m x 1.80m (4'03 x 5'11)

Stable One

3.63m x 3.23m (11'11 x 10'07)

Stable Two

4.42m x 3.25m (14'06 x 10'08)

Outdoor Storage Shed

3.51m x 3.25m (11'06 x 10'08)


VIEWING: By appointment only.

TENURE: We are advised freehold.

SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.

TAX BAND: G Pembrokeshire County Council


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

AGENTS NOTE: We have not seen or been provided with any planning consents or building regulations should they be necessary. We would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externally.


01239 726234

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