TheProperty A 3 double bedroom detached period property, located in an elevated position in the sought after rural village of Camrose. This former Manse was built for the village Baptist Church in the 1920's. It offers spacious accommodation, original features, gardens and off road parking. The accommodation briefly comprises; hallway, 2 reception rooms, kitchen, utility room and 2 cloakrooms to the ground floor and 3 double bedrooms and modern bathroom to the first floor. Externally, the driveway leads to parking for several cars at the front and to the side of the property. Mature trees and shrubs line the driveway and add colour and interest to the gardens. Lawns, 2 patios and a decked area offer seating in different locations of the gardens.
Location Camrose is a sought after rural village, approximately 4 miles distant from Haverfordwest with its wide range of amenities including retail shops, supermarkets, a hospital, a mainline railway station, schools and a college. The village has a fascinating history and lies on the Landsker castle trail.
Directions From Haverfordwest take the A40 towards Fishguard. Go past the Vincent Davies department store and continue along this road, take the first turning left signed Camrose. Continue on this road, following the sign posts for Camrose. On entering the village the Baptist Church can be seen on the left hand side and The Manse is located opposite, easily identified by the board " Pembrokeshire Massage". For gps purposes, the postcode of the property is SA62 6JA.
The property is approached along a tree lined driveway. From the driveway a pathway leads to the covered porch and to the entrance door which leads into the
EntranceHall17' 6 x 5' 8 (5.33m x 1.73m) x 13'3 x 3'8 L shaped hallway with original quarry tiled floor. Stairs to first floor. Doors to
ReceptionRoom1/Bedroom412' 10 x 11' 1 (3.91m x 3.38m) Window to front. Brick fire chimney breast with stone hearth and open fire inset. Wood floor. Door to
ReceptionRoom3/Study6' 8 x 6' 6 (2.03m x 1.98m) Door to front. Pine floor with door to
Cloakroom6' 6 x 3' 3 (1.98m x 0.99m) Wash hand basin and w/c. Pine floor.
Kitchen12' 10 x 11' 6 (3.91m x 3.51m) Window to side and French doors to rear. Freestanding and wall mounted pine units with matching worktops, cupboards, plate rack and open shelving. One and a half butler sink and drainer. Space for cooker with extractor over. Space for fridge/freezer with open under stairs storage. Original quarry tiles. Door to
Utility/BootRoom9' 6 x 7' 5 (2.9m x 2.26m) Window and stable door to side. Belfast sink sat on brick piers. Space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Quarry tile floor and door to
Cloakroom7' 6 x 2' 11 (2.29m x 0.89m) Window to rear. Boiler, w/c and wash hand basin.
ReceptionRoom216' 6 into bay x 11' 10 (5.03m x 3.61m) Bay window to front with inset wood panelling. Brick fire chimney breast with stone hearth and open fire inset. Wood floor.
Landing12' x 5' 8 (3.66m x 1.73m) Wooden staircase leading to first floor. Original stained glass window to side on half landing. Wood floor. Loft access. Doors to
Bedroom113' 1 x 11' 4 (3.99m x 3.45m) Window to side. Wood floor.
Bathroom12' 5 x 7' 2 (3.78m x 2.18m) Steps lead down into bathroom. Freestanding bath with tiled splashback and wall mounted taps over. Glass wash hand basin set on a glass shelf unit. Corner shower cubicle with mains fed shower. W/C. Velux window, ladder radiator and wood floor.
Bedroom215' 10 x 13' 7 (4.83m x 4.14m) Two windows overlook the front garden. Feature brick chimney breast with stone hearth. Wood floor.
Bedroom313' 2 x 11' 5 (4.01m x 3.48m) Windows to front and side. Feature brick chimney breast with stone hearth. Wood floor.
Externally A tree and shrub lined driveway leads to the property and to the side, where there is parking for several vehicles. The front garden is tiered and incorporates a small pond and lawned areas with mature shrubs, hedging and trees. A pathway leads along the front of the property and around to the side and rear. The side garden has raised vegetable beds and 2 wooden sheds. To the rear there is a patio area with raised beds filled with herbs, perennials and shrubs. Steps lead up to a lawned area with a firepit. A wooden arch leads through to the side parking area which also houses the central heating oil tank and a further patio is located by the side stable doorway.
Tenure We are advised that the property is Freehold. Pembrokeshire County Council tax band E.
Services Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating. There is lapsed planning permission for a 2 storey extension to the property at the rear.
Viewing Strictly by appointment through Town Coast and Country Estates please.
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