A fantastic opportunity to purchase a lovely detached house with adjoining annexe which dates back to the 17th century, originally a stonemasons but now a versatile family home. The layout of the property briefly comprises: Entrance porch, kitchen, sitting room, garden room, study, three double bedrooms, play room, family bathroom and en-suite shower room. The annexe offers a living room, kitchen, bathroom, dressing room and two bedrooms. Externally the property offers land measuring just over 6 acres, consisting of 3 pasture fields, a well tended lawn garden and a courtyard providing various outbuildings and ample off road parking. The property benefits from UPVC double glazing and is serviced by a biomass boiler and solar panels. The property has full planning permission approved for modern extension providing extra living space, and conversion of the play room to make four double bedrooms. Viewing is highly recommended! Please note: Further land and properties may be available to purchase with this property, please see 'Marros Estate' paragraph in brochure.
Honey Cottage is located on a private lane in the sought after coastal hamlet of Marros, Carmarthenshire, just three miles away from the seaside resort of Amroth - the start and end of the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
Amroth has a variety of seasonal shops, cafes, and pubs/restaurants. Amroth beach itself is dog friendly and was awarded 'Blue Flag' status in 2016.
Pendine is 1.5 miles to the East of Honey Cottage, famous for its 7 mile long sandy beach historically known for its various land speed record events. Pendine offers a post office, shop and various other food and drink establishments.
Further to the South are the popular tourist destinations of Tenby and Saundersfoot, boasting more golden sandy beaches and leisure facilities.
For more everyday requirements, nearby Kilgetty offers a supermarket and train station, where larger towns such as Haverfordwest, Carmarthen and Pembroke Dock are just slightly further afield providing all other amenities.
The current vendors have affectionately named their estate the 'half hour house', being half an hour from Tenby, Carmarthen, Narberth and Pembroke Dock in all directions.
Honey Cottage dates back to the 17th Century, historically used as a stone masons dwelling but has since been renovated into a versatile family home with adjoining annexe. The property boasts many modern facilities, whilst retaining many period features giving it endless character and charm.
The layout of the property briefly comprises: (Main House) entrance porch, kitchen, sitting room, garden room, study, three double bedrooms (one with adjoining play room) family bathroom and en-suite shower room to the master bedroom. (Annexe) entrance hall, lounge/dining room, kitchen, bathroom, two bedrooms, dressing room and toilet room upstairs.
The main house offers planning permission for a modern ground floor extension leading off from the kitchen, incorporating a further dining room, sitting room, lobby and shower room. Planning permission has also been granted to turn the play room into a further double bedroom with a re-configuration of the landing to provide direct access. For more information or to view the planning documents, you can visit the Camarthenshire Council website searching planning application no: W/33820 or contact one of our branches.
The property comes equipped with a variety of outbuildings, including a pellet room, a boiler room housing the biomass boiler serving the domestic heating and hot water, laundry room, four stables, dutch barn with an adjoining covered log/tractor store, gym room, workshop with adjoining storage shed and dog kennel with run. Solar panels also service the property.
The boimass boiler is under warranty until March 2018.
In the garden is a summerhouse which the current vendors have put to use as a music room and art studio, benefitting from full insulation and electricity supply.
The property is accessed down a private lane into the courtyard which provides ample off road parking. To the front of the property is a well tended lawn garden, extending onto three fields measuring approximately 6 acres.
Honey Cottage is one of five units currently on the market with West Wales Properties. The available units are:
Honey Cottage and 6 acres
Pwll Cottage, Little Trees and gardens
Barn Owls and gardens
3 acres of land to the rear of Pwll Cottage
9 acres of land to the rear of Barn Owls
Subject to an individuals requirements, it may be plausible to purchase additional units on the same title. If you would like further information regarding the potential options, please call the Tenby branch on .
UPVC double glazed stable door to rear and window to rear, UPVC double glazed stained glass window to side, tiled floor, radiator, door to annexe, door to kitchen.
UPVC double glazed window to front and side. Kitchen fitted with a range of base and eye level units with tiled surrounds and work space over, 'one and a half bowl' sink with mixer tap and drainer, modern electric Aga (available by separate negotiation to the vendors), space and plumbing for washing machine, space for American style fridge/freezer, tiled flooring, exposed beams, door leading into hallway.
With a solid wood parquet floor, radiator, doors to sitting room and study, stairs to first floor, side wall lights.
Two UPVC double glazed windows to front and side, double doors leading to garden room, woodburner on a slate hearth, radiator, exposed beams, radiator, side wall lights.
UPVC double glazed windows to front and French doors to garden, poly-carbonate roof, radiator.
Wooden single glazed window into garden room taking borrowed light, door to annexe, radiator, solid wood parquet flooring, recessed spotlights, exposed stone wall revealing part of an original fireplace, partially wood panelled walls.
UPVC double glazed stained glass window to side, doors to all bedrooms and bathroom.
UPVC double glazed window to front and side, radiator, loft access, side wall lights, door to en-suite shower room.
UPVC double glazed window to side. Suite comprising: Double shower cubicle with overhead mains powered shower, wash hand basin in vanity unit with storage under, WC, heated towel rail, laminate flooring, extractor fan.
UPVC double glazed window to front, radiator, door to fitted wardrobe, exposed beams, door leading through to first floor of annexe.
UPVC double glazed windows to rear and side, radiator, door to play room.
Single glazed porthole style window to side.
Accessed from rear entrance porch in main house, doors to kitchen and bathroom, currently houses fridge/freezer.
UPVC double glazed window to side and rear. Kitchen fitted with a range of base and eye level units with tiled surrounds and work space over, 'one and a half bowl' sink with mixer tap and drainer, integral electric hob with extractor hood over, radiator, exposed beams, space for fridge/freezer.
Hardwood single glazed obscure leaded window into main porch taking borrowed light. Suite comprising: Bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wash hand basin with light and shaver point, WC, shower cubicle with overhead electric shower, wall mounted electric fan heater, extractor fan, tiled floor.
UPVC double glazed entrance door to front and UPVC double glazed window to front, woodburner on a slate hearth in an exposed stone wall, radiator, fitted shelving, side wall lights, exposed beams, door to kitchen, interconnecting door to the study of the main house.
With interconnecting door to bedroom two in the main house, doors to both bedrooms and dressing room.
UPVC double glazed window to front, radiator, exposed beams, original door.
UPVC double glazed window to rear, WC, wash hand basin, fitted storage, extractor fan.
UPVC double glazed window to rear, radiator, exposed beams, wash hand basin with light and shaver point over, loft access. (originally part of bedroom one)
The entire area of land measures just over 6 acres, comprising lawn gardens, courtyard with outbuildings and three fields of pasture land. The land houses a fruit orchard offering apples, pear, cherry, damson and plum trees. The garden to the main house boasts a hot tub, feature fish pond and a patio seating area leading off from the annexe lounge and garden room. The vendors currently tend to a vegetable patch and a chicken run on the land, supporting an environmentally friendly and self sufficient lifestyle. The land is a non-certified organic meadow and the vendors have advised us that no chemicals have been used on the land for over 25 years.
Gym Room: (3.93m x 6.79m) With single glazed window to rear and wooden stable door to rear, electricity supply, underfloor heating, professional rubber gym flooring.
Dutch Barn: (7.00m x 4.61m) With full height double doors to the front allowing parking for large vehicles, a mezannine floor overhead for storage.
Log Store and Tractor Barn: (5.80m x 6.91m) Openings to front and rear to allow access for large vehicles.
Stable One: (3.34m x 3.55m) Stable Two: (3.33m x 3.57m) Stable Three: (3.23m x 3.49m) Stable Four: (3.23m x 3.27m)
Laundry Room: (3.21m x 3.49m) With single glazed window to front, radiator and electricity supply.
Boiler Room: (3.17m x 3.43m) Housing an eco-friendly biomass boiler which serves the main property with heating and domestic hot water.
Pellet Room: Housing a 5 tonne wood pellet hopper.
Workshop to the rear with adjoining storage shed, dog kennel and run.
Art Room/Studio: (2.68m x 4.05m) fully insulated with electricity supply, French doors to garden, doors to side and window to front, spotlights.
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 F
Please Note: Private Drainage.
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From the Tenby office, head out of town and take the coastal road from Saundersfoot, through the village of Wisemans Bridge and into Summerhill. At the T Junction, turn left and follow the road down the private road, past the caravan site and follow the signs to Honey Cottage which will take you straight into the courtyard.