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  • 4 bedrooms

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• the most impressive home on the pembrokeshire coast- bar none!
• unparalelled cliff side location with panoramic views in 4 acres
• huf haus custom designed to maximise benefit of the superb location
• gold standard build crafted with finest materials & triple glazed
• 4 bedrooms; 3 bath/shower rooms;sauna; spacious open plan living area
• approximately 3000 sq feet of living accommodation
• wide doorways to give easy access to all rooms
• discreet elevator from inner entrance hall to first floor
• triple garage, ample parking, landscaped grounds & terraces
• green energy airsource heating & cooling aided by solar pv panels
• rainwater harvesting & natural filters = freshwater swimming pool
• tiered lanscaped lawns, woodland and coastal slope to beach
• cliff-side gardens, 2 useful outbuildings and bespoke greenhouse
• walking distance to tenby town, expansive beaches & quaint harbour

Without doubt this house is exceptional! Majestic in its large grounds and elevated position with the most impressive, panoramic views over the sea, coast and outlying islands, plus Tenby town and harbour. Kingswood commands perhaps the finest position in Pembrokeshire with views across Carmarthen Bay to the Gower Peninsula and the Bristol Channel across to Devon and Lundy Island.

The custom designed Huf Haus was built in 2012/13 and was meticulously planned to maximise the cliff side location and ensure unobstructed sea views from as many rooms as possible. The Huf Haus style is to feature glass, light and character and this home is certainly reflective of this. Spacious, generous and open-plan are the attributes of exclusive architecture that interprets modern living and lifestyle in this unique home.
A gated entrance gives access to the driveway past beautifully landscaped grounds up to a large parking area with a triple garage. Kingswood is immediately impressive with characteristic post and beam architecture using laminated Nordic Spruce beams and acres of triple glazing with large roof overhangs. This overhang helps to keep the summer sun off the glazing yet allows the low winter sunshine to fill the home with natural light and contribute to solar heat gain. External blinds throughout can also be used for shade and privacy.
The house design was adapted to its setting in the landscape, bringing the outside in throughout the house with the wall-to-ceiling glazing, balconies and roof terraces. The interior, across two floors, is light and spacious with an easy flow-through from a generous entrance hall with vaulted ceiling to an inner hall (piano room) where a floating staircase rises to the first floor. The laundry and plant room as well as a double bedroom, shower room and glorious master bedroom with luxurious ensuite bathroom plus sauna, along with a walk in dressing room are located on this ground floor level.
The first floor with a galleried landing and library has a twin bedded room with a useful mezzanine level, a further double bedroom with magnificent views east, south and west, a luxury shower room, and a superb open plan living area comprising of a spacious dining room and a well-equipped, gourmet kitchen which spills into a glorious lounge where you can’t help but be held spellbound by the magnificent and mesmerising sea views beyond the infinity freshwater swimming pool! A glass balustraded balcony surrounds the upper floor and is accessible from each room on this level.

Beautiful Tenby town centre is a few minutes stroll away where splendid Victorian and Georgian pastel coloured buildings house a plethora of restaurants, cafes, public houses, art galleries, independent shops and boutiques as well as the necessary everyday amenities within the Tudor town walls. The activity filled, picturesque harbour and four kilometres of unspoilt sandy beaches on the magnificent Pembrokeshire coastline form part of the National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty which offers a huge variety of landscapes as well as the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.


Features of the bedrooms
Contemporary light fixtures, expansive glazed areas with open/tilt patio doors, remote controlled external shutters and subtle heating/cooling air distribution from discreet floor vents.
Features of the master bedroom, luxury ensuite bathroom and sauna,
Sit in bed with your first cuppa of the day, watch the sunrise and revel in the most impressive picture-postcard sea views, or step out to the terrace for a refreshing morning dip in the freshwater pool.
Fully fitted walk-in wardrobe with sleek sliding glass doors, an immense bath and wet room with his and her towel radiators. The sauna room is an added delight.

Features of the kitchen, open plan, sleek, refined and tactile! A kitchen to delight a keen chef. An elegant range of cupboards with banks of drawers provide ample storage space and plenty of work surface minimising clutter. There is an oven and combination microwave along with two fridge/freezers, a dishwasher and a coffee machine. A drinks fridge is integrated into the centre island along with an electric Aga, second sink, a breakfast bar and a half-moon table to one end.

Other Innovative Features include:

Hard wired superior sound system throughout the home.
Wrap around glass fronted wood-burning fireplace.
Underfloor heating and air conditioning via air source heat pump. Built in Vacuum Cleaner. Air recycling system extracts heat from warm stale air and preheats fresh external air (or cools it in summer) then distributes it around the building at floor level.
External remote controlled variable shutter blinds for shade, privacy and security.
Rainwater harvesting with natural filtration system using no chemicals to supply fresh water to the infinity swimming pool.

Infinity freshwater swimming pool with poolside hot water shower
Pool room with a second air source heat pump and changing room/toilet facilities
Triple garage with electric doors and integrated storage units
Garden house

The cutest, most appealing garden house is tucked into the cliff-side below the main house and boasts amazing sea views, and total privacy. What a special spot to hide-away for an hour or two to read, meditate, take an afternoon nap or be inspired to write your novel! Useable all year round as it’s equipped with a wood burner for cool evenings and winter months.

As stylish as everything else about this very special property. A bespoke greenhouse has low brick walls with timber frames and a raised roofline and is tucked into a sheltered location in the lower area of the grounds.
Garden storehouse

Located on the top level of the grounds is a large well-constructed store house with specialised accommodation for bats in the upper roof space.

Gardens & grounds
Beautifully landscaped gardens with tiered lawns, borders of perennials, raised stone wall beds of hardy, coast tolerant shrubs and plants, designer garden sculptures, water features, areas to relax and dine al fresco, and places to marvel at the panoramic, truly spectacular views – such as the glass edged G&T terrace set to make the most of the unbeatable views in the upper grounds.
The house is surrounded by paths, sun terraces, sheltered patios and feature areas ensuring you can fully enjoy the beauty, sights and sounds of this magical coastal location in all seasons. There is even a lovely mixed woodland area to walk through and a rustic path to access the nearby Coastal Path or winding down the cliff side to the secluded beach cove below. The property extends down the cliffs as far as the high water mark. (We are not within the boundaries of the Tenby Conservation Area but are in the National Park of course).
Lower parking area

To ensure privacy and provide additional visual impact to this magnificent home, the plot of land below the house was purchased and provides gated, private parking when required.
More about the huf haus

Huf House are a family run German house building company with a 108 year history of experience in design and construction innovation. The Huf Haus philosophy delineates that a luxury lifestyle and eco-friendly approach are not mutually exclusive. This has led the company to continually refine every component of its designs to achieve the pinnacle of maximum energy efficiency whilst retaining and improving the beauty, quality and desirability of its homes. The EPC score of this property is over 100.
Huf House have now built over 200 custom designed homes in the UK and have been awarded the prestigious Gold Standard Recognition award from the German Society for Sustainable Building Council.

Mains water, mains electricity and mains drainage.
The house is entirely electric with the heating and cooling system operated from an air source heat pump in the plant room. All the floors are heated or cooled by the heat pump. A solar pv installation on the east and west facing roof supplies about 1/3 of the house electricity requirement over the year, achieving maximum benefit in the sunnier summer months. The panels are orientated east and west to maximise the length of time during the day when they are generating as the house consumption does not generally peak at midday.
Rainwater is harvested from one of the roofs of the house and has a much lower mineral content than tap water and is hence much more suitable for topping up the freshwater swimming pool. The pool is kept clean and hygienic without the use of any chemicals by the regenerative reed bed with deep gravel filters. The gravel filter bed hosts microorganisms which extract all the mineral in the pool overflow water before it is returned to the pool. Nitrates and phosphates are absorbed and without these mineral the pool water reached drinking water standards, far exceeding bathing water requirements. There is no Chlorination or uv treatment needed – no stinging, irritated eyes or dry skin and hair.

Council Authority
Pembrokeshire County Council
Band I

Program Sat Nav to SA70 8AT and follow Northcliffe around the bends passing the small hotel on the right, around the bend on the left and up the hill to the very end. Kingswood can be found on the right hand side.

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Local Amenities

  • Tenby Ferry Landing 0.5 miles
  • Tenby 0.5 miles
  • St Teilos V.R.C. School 0.4 miles
  • The Greenhill School 0.7 miles

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  • Tenby Ferry Landing 0.5 miles
  • Tenby 0.5 miles
  • St Teilos V.R.C. School 0.4 miles
  • The Greenhill School 0.7 miles

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16th Nov 2020 £3,000,000 First listed
12th Feb 2009 £1,250,000 Last sold

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