This recently renovated three-bedroom house is ideal for families and couples who want country life and weekends at the seaside without sacrificing urban convenience. Claremont is in the rural village of Mastlebridge, in one of the prettiest corners of southwest Wales - it's 15 minutes from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and half an hour from the beach at Marloes Sands. The house is also within walking distance of shops and pubs, and a short drive from the towns of Pembroke, Milford Haven and Haverfordwest. Even better, there's a railway station 10 minutes away, with services to Swansea and Cardiff.
Claremont has been refurbished to an excellent standard, with a feature fireplace, a wooden floor and a striking black staircase in the main living room, flagstones in the kitchen and utility rooms, a rolltop bath in the downstairs bathroom and smart grey carpets in the bedrooms. A second reception room would make a perfect office or media room, there's storage under the stairs and a stream runs next to the back garden, which has a decked area for alfresco summer lunches.
For a grand day out, visit the castle in pretty Pembroke or take a boat out on the Milford Haven estuary, less than a mile away - the local yacht club offers sailing lessons for landlubbers.
Location and Transport Links:
Claremont is in the village of Mastlebridge, 10 minutes from Milford Haven, 12 from Pembroke and 15 from Haverfordwest. The nearest station is Johnston, a request stop 10 minutes' drive from the house, with services to Swansea (1 hour 35 minutes), Cardiff (2½ hours) and Manchester (6 hours). Milford Haven and Haverfordwest are on the same line.
Mastlebridge offers easy access to the A40, for Fishguard and the Welsh coast, and to the A477, which links to the M4, an hour's drive from the house. The drive to Swansea takes 1 hour 20 minutes, and you can be in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in 15 minutes - or 40 minutes on your bike.
Mastlebridge is within walking distance of Neyland, a small town with shops, pubs, restaurants and yachting facilities; for a wider choice, head to Milford Haven or Pembroke.
The nearest supermarket is the Co-op in Neyland, 0.9 miles from the house; head to Pembroke Dock, 3.5 miles away, for Tesco, Asda, Lidl and Aldi. The Original Factory shop in Milford Haven, 4.1 miles away, offers discounts on big brands and you can pick up plants at the Honeyborough Garden Centre, 0.9 miles from the house.
Pick of the local pubs is the Ferry House Inn, a mile from Claremont, with cracking views over the estuary. The Alumchine, 0.8 miles away, is an Italian restaurant on the seafront. Milford Haven Leisure Centre, 4 miles away, has a gym and a pool; if you'd rather be on the water than in it, hire a boat or book sailing lessons at Neyland Yacht Haven, 1.4 miles away.
The property is in the catchment area for Neyland Community and Pembroke Dock Community primary schools, 0.8 and 3.6 miles away. At secondary level, options include Ysgol Harri Tudur/Henry Tudor School and Milford Haven School, both 3.8 miles away.
The nearest gp surgery is the Neyland Health Centre, 1.2 miles away. Claremont is 3.9 miles from the Charles Street Dental Clinic, 0.8 miles from Neyland Pharmacy and 3.9 miles from the nearest optician, Pritchard Cowburn.
- Three-bedroom house
- Renovated to an excellent standard
- Rural location with access to amenities
- Good public transport connections
- Front and back gardens
Oil, with radiators throughout the flat. The property is double glazed.
Room by room:
The house has a porch that leads to a large reception room with wooden floors, a feature fireplace and a striking black staircase with a storage area underneath it. There's a second reception with a wooden floor that would make a perfect office or media room. The dining room has a stone floor and double doors that open into the garden. There are exposed black beams in the kitchen, which has a stone floor, white wood units, a Belfast sink with a mixer tap, a dishwasher and room for a fridge-freezer.
The good-sized utility room also has a stone floor and white wood units, with room for white goods; beyond this is a bathroom with a tiled floor, a freestanding rolltop bath, a sink, a toilet and a towel rail.
The three double bedrooms have smart grey carpets and the smallest one has built-in shelves, a clever space-saving touch. The bathroom has a walk-in shower, a sink and a toilet.
- Bedroom 1, double bedroom with carpet
- Bedroom 2, double bedroom with carpet
- Bedroom 3, double bedroom with carpet, built-in storage
- Bathroom 1, Shower, toilet, sink, heated towel rail
- Reception room, 1 wooden floor, feature fireplace, storage cupboard under stairs
- Reception room, 2 wooden floor
- Dining room, stone floor, double doors to back garden
- Kitchen, stone floor, exposed beams, door to garden, built-in storage, Belfast sink with mixer tap, room for fridge-freezer
- Utility room, stone floor, built-in storage, room for white goods
- Bathroom 2, tiled floor, rolltop bath, shower, sink, toilet, towel rail
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