- Beautifully renovated and improved 3 bed bungalow
- Good sized grounds with garage
- Village location
- Walking distance to a bus stop
- Ideal first time home or retirement property
- NO FORWARD CHAIN
Beautifully renovated and improved 3 bedroom bungalow, situated in a village location within walking distance to a bus route and the Village Public House.
2 Sentence Gardens is a deceptively spacious 3 bedroom bungalow in a popular village location that lies within easy reach of the major towns of the area with Narberth being some 3 miles or so to the North and Kilgetty some 4 miles to the South.
Property has been newly rewired and fitted with a new oil fired central heating system, including new radiators throughout.
Well proportioned accommodation equally suited to a family or retirement home, standing within good sized grounds with the benefit of a garage to the rear.
NO FORWARD CHAIN
Sentence Gardens comprises a 1980s residential bungalow development, situated within the popular village of Templeton, which lies some 2 miles or so south of the small town of Narberth, which has in recent years become firmly established as one of the more popular residential locations within the county of Pembrokeshire, having the benefit of a good range of local services and a high street made up of several independent shops that cater for most everyday requirements.
Within Templeton itself there is a Primary School and Public House, together with various commercial enterprises. The Village lies within easy reach of all the major towns of the area. To the south lies the large village of Kilgetty, which again provides a good range of local services, whilst the coastal resorts of Saundersfoot and Tenby are all within a 10 to 15 minute drive.
2 Sentence Gardens was constructed in the mid 1980’s of stone faced and Tyrolean rendered cavity block walls that incorporate uPVC double glazed windows and doors under a pitched interlocking concrete tiled roof. The property is set back off the road by virtue of a large front lawn and is approached via pedestrian access to the side which leads to the accommodation, whilst to the rear there is a single garage and additional parking in front of garage. The property has been newly rewired, with a new oil fired central heating system fitted, with new radiators throughout. The current owners have left the flooring uncovered to allow buyer to choose their own.
Hallway (3.35m x 1.42m (11'48" x 4'8"))
Enter via a uPVC double glazed door. The L shaped hall way gives access to all rooms, with cloak room storage cupboard, airing cupboard and radiator.
Sitting Room (3.35m x 3.96m (11'72" x 13'68"))
Enter via a paned glass door. uPVC window to the fore and radiator.
Kitchen/Dining Room (5.79m x 2.67m (19'71" x 8'09"))
This open plan area has been lovingly created to provide space and light with a uPVC window to the rear, uPVC door and double patio doors to the external lawn area. With fitted base and wall units, integrated electric hob with extractor fan over, electric oven, stainless steel sink unit, space for washing machine/fridge freezer, with concealed ceiling lights. Accessed from the sitting room.
Bedroom 1 (2.13m x 3.20m (7'80" x 10'06"))
uPVC window to the fore and radiator.
Bedroom 2 (3.15m x 3.35m (10'04" x 11'36"))
uPVC window to the fore and radiator.
Bedroom 3 (2.44m x 3.35m (8'76" x 11'68"))
uPVC Window to the rear and radiator.
Bathroom (2.31m x 2.57m (7'07" x 8'05"))
uPVC window to the rear, with W.C, wash hand basin, bath with shower above, heated towel rail style radiator and part tiled walls.
There is a good sized lawn to the fore with a large garden to the side and rear of the property, providing ample space. A newly constructed, wooden fence surrounds the property with a concrete pathway providing access to the front and rear. There is a pedestrian access gate to the rear of the garden which leads to the garage.
The garage is accessed from an up and over door to the fore
From Narberth proceed on the Tenby road A438 until reaching the village of Templeton, at the cross roads take an immediate right past the Boars Head public house, The property can be identified by our For Sale Board on the right hand side.
We understand the property has been recently fully rewired, and has the benefit of Mains Water, Mains Electricity and Drainage. There is full uPVC double glazing together with newly installed Oil fired Central Heating with newly fitted radiators throughout.
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion. No ongoing chain.
Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP
Telephone: 01437 764551.
Council Tax Band D