Jameston, Pembroke

£400,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
Jameston Court is a detached period property located in a popular village, centrally positioned between Pembroke and Tenby. The versatile layout and can be configured as one six-bedroom residence, or a five bedroom property with a one bedroom annexe (no kitchen fitted) making it suitable for an elderly or disabled resident. The property boasts an abundance of character and charm, such as beautiful open fireplaces/wood burning stoves, oil fired Aga and original quarry tile flooring. Externally the property provides ample off road parking and a well-tended lawn garden to the side with a kitchen garden to the rear with a log store and coal bunker. Accessed from the front is an integral workshop and studio area with a mezzanine floor for further workspace. The property benefits from the modern conveniences of UPVC double glazed sash windows that are in keeping with the style of the property and privately owned solar panels offering reduced energy bills. This property must be viewed in order to appreciate the amount of space and character available.

Jameston Court is situated in the heart of the rural village of Jameston, with its two village pubs, village hall and regular 6 day bus service. Manorbier is just a short drive away and offers a train station, primary school, pub, restaurant, village shop/post office and access to beautiful sandy beaches, coastal paths, historical castle and 12th Century Church. The popular tourist destinations of Tenby and Saundersfoot are less than 10 miles away, with a range of family activities and tourist attractions, from Folly Farm to Caldey Island, there is something for everyone along the Pembrokeshire Coast!

Dining Room

4.64m x 4.16m (15'2 x 13'7 )

Sitting Room

4.18m x 4.26m (13'8 x 13'11 )

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

5.69m x 4.57m (18'8 x 14'11 )

Scullery

1.89m x 4.57m (6'2 x 14'11 )

Annexe Sitting Room/Third Reception Room

4.70m x 3.73m (15'5 x 12'2 )

Annexe Bedroom/Bedroom Six

3.74m x 4.18m (12'3 x 13'8 )

Annexe Bathroom

2.37m x 3.42m (7'9 x 11'2 )

Bedroom One

7.14m x 3.52m (23'5 x 11'6 )

Bedroom Two

4.24m x 4.29m (13'10 x 14'0 )

Bedroom Three

4.25m x 4.29m (13'11 x 14'0 )

Bedroom Four

4.61m x 3.76m (15'1 x 12'4 )

Bedroom Five

3.78m x 4.61m (12'4 x 15'1 )

WC

1.01m x 3.27m (3'3 x 10'8 )

Bathroom

1.97m x 3.85m (6'5 x 12'7 )

Studio

6.46m x 3.72m (21'2 x 12'2 )

Mezzanine Floor

3.94m x 6.52m (12'11 x 21'4 )

WC

1.68m x 2.13m (5'6 x 6'11 )

Workshop

3.74m x 3.82m (12'3 x 12'6 )

Come On In...

Enter through the pillar box red front door into a welcoming hallway immediately displaying period features such as a terracotta tiled floor and original wooden doors. On the ground floor are two reception rooms which would suit as a sitting room and a dining room. The sitting room boasts a beautiful cast iron fireplace with decorative tile detail, on an original slate hearth. The dining room is fitted with a wood burning stove on another original slate hearth. The kitchen is fitted with an oil fired Aga which serves the domestic cooking and hot water, and a traditional Belfast sink with mixer taps. The units are hand-carved wooden units topped with black granite worktops. The original meat hooks remain evident in the ceiling. Leading on from here is a scullery providing an English Rose double sink unit and space and plumbing for white goods and a traditional servants passage with a large fitted airing cupboard. The annexe is accessed through the entrance hallway, or to the rear of the property through French doors in the sitting room. The annexe currently offers a hallway, reception room, double bedroom and bathroom. There are two staircases providing access to the first floor, one in the hallway and one through the servant's passage. On the first floor are five double bedrooms, some enjoying double aspect windows and with bedroom two offering fitted storage and beautiful views over the surrounding countryside. Bedroom four boasts another beautiful cast iron fireplace with decorative tile detail. At the far end of the property is a barn conversion offering a studio with a mezzanine floor and WC. This area is heated by a wood burning stove and progresses on to a further workshop space. This area offers the ideal opportunity for someone who wishes to work from home, required gym/hobby space or even offers the potential for conversion into further living space.

Step Outside...

The property is located in the centre of Jameston Village, turning off the A4139 into a gated driveway. The driveway is laid to gravel and offers off road parking for approximately six cars. The property offers a pretty frontage which is laid to lawn with a pedestrian pathway leading up to the front door. From the driveway is access to the studio through French doors at the front. At the side of the property is a well tended walled garden which is also laid to lawn and planted with apple trees. At the rear of the property is a patio seating area with French doors leading into the annexe sitting room/reception room three, and a further raised lawn garden. A separate courtyard area is laid to concrete and has space to hang laundry, and is equipped with an outbuilding for storage of logs and tools, and a coal bunker.

View: By appointment with the Agents

Services: We have not checked or tested any of the Services or Appliances

Tenure: We are advised freehold

Tax: Band G

HC/ESR/04/19/OK/ESR

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

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West Wales Properties - Tenby

Nat West Chambers, First Floor Tudor Square, Tenby, Pembrokeshire

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