- A Large Detached Edwardian Property
- Spring Water Fed Lake
- Set In 15 Acres As A Whole
- 2.5 Acres Of Woodland; 11.5 acres of Grassland and 1 acre of grounds, ponds lanes etc
- Stone Buildings And Derelict Cottages
- Delightful And Convenient Location
- Quiet And Tranquil Setting
*A Large Detached Edwardian Property
* Spring Water Fed Lake
* Set In 15 Acres As A Whole
*2.5 Acres Of Woodland; 11.5 acres of Grassland and 1 acre of grounds, ponds lanes etc
*Stone Buildings And Derelict Cottages
*Delightful And Convenient Location
*Quiet And Tranquil Setting
Rosemarket is a peaceful village located in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, yet centrally located between the towns of Milford Haven, Neyland, Pembroke and Haverfordwest.
Norton, Rosemarket occupies a delightful rural setting on the outskirts of the village, within a short distance of the golf club, public house 'The Huntsman' and the local church. Designated country walks are located nearby, which lead to both Haverfordwest and the picturesque Neyland Marina.
The superb scenery of the Pembrokeshire coastline and the Cleddau Estuary which form an integral part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park also lie within easy driving distance.
Also nearby is the small riverside town of Neyland which has in recent years become firmly established as one of the more popular boating centres in the area. There is a very attractive marina and riverside walks along the River Cleddau in an area known as the Secret Waterway.
Pembrokeshire is of course renowned for the superb scenery of its coastline which includes many long sandy beaches and picturesque coastal inlets that continues to be a popular tourist attraction throughout the years.
Norton comprises a quiet, tranquil smallholding extending to 15 acres or thereabouts in total and including a large detached Edwardian property that has been updated and extended to a good standard but yet the original wealth and character still remains. This really is a prestigious home, located in a convenient area to include a picturesque spring water fed lake, stone outbuildings which currently has lapsed planning, and a further pair of derelict stone cottages.
The picturesque 15 acres or thereabouts in total offers huge potential for a number of uses from equestrian to campsite to commercial, all subject to the necessary planning consents.
Details as follows:
Welsh slate steps leading up to original solid wooden door, sash windows to sides, reclaimed hardwood flooring, radiator, under stairs cupboard space with lighting, stairs to first floor landing, doors leading off to:
Lounge (4.57m.0.61m x 3.96m.2.13m (15.2 x 13.7))
Sash windows to fore and side, cast iron feature open fire with marble surround, fitted storage cupboards, radiator.
Sitting Room (6.40m.0.91m x 3.96m.2.74m (21.3 x 13.9))
Teak floorboards, exposed ceiling beams, Inglenook open fire with marble surround, Welsh slate floor tiles, sash windows to sides, radiators, wall lights, door leading through to kitchen.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room (6.71m x 3.66m (22 x 12))
Door to side leading out to patio area, windows to side, radiators, a range of wooden base units with work surface over, tiled splash back, Welsh slate and quarry tiled floor stainless steel sink and double drainer and electric oven . Large walk-in pantry space with fitted shelving, fitted wall shelves, large storage cupboard space housing oil fired boiler, space for white goods, door through to utility room.
Utility Room (3.35m.1.52m x 2.74m.0.91m (11.5 x 9.3))
Door to side, window to side, fitted base units with work surface over, tiled splash back, stainless steel double sink and drainer, slate floor tiles, radiator, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge/freezer and white goods, coat cupboard housing radiator, door to W.C.
W.C. (1.83m x 0.91m.1.83m (6 x 3.6))
Sash window to rear, radiator, low level W.C, wash hand basin, tiled splash back, slate floor tiles, loft hatch.
Dining Room (4.27m.2.44m x 4.27m.0.91m (14.8 x 14.3))
Sash window to fore, Teak floorboards, radiator, door through to kitchen area.
First Floor Landing (Split Landing)
Sash window to fore, radiators, doors leading off to:
Bedroom 1 (4.27m.0.30m x 3.96m.2.13m (14.1 x 13.7))
Sash window to fore, radiator, feature cast iron fireplace with wooden mantle over.
Bedroom 2 (4.57m.1.83m x 4.27m.0.61m (15.6 x 14.2))
Sash windows to fore and side, radiator, large fitted wardrobe space.
Bedroom 3 (3.35m.0.30m x 2.44m.1.83m (11.1 x 8.6))
Sash window to side, radiator.
Bedroom 4 (3.05m.2.44m x 3.05m.0.61m (10.8 x 10.2))
Sash window to side, loft hatch, radiator, steps leading up to fitted wardrobe and bookcase.
Wall mounted fitted shelving.
Bathroom 1 (3.05m.1.22m x 1.83m.0.61m (10.4 x 6.2))
Sash window to rear, tiles to floor, Low level W.C, wash hand basin, shower enclosure with electric shower, tiled splash back, chrome heated towel rail, bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over, fitted cupboard space housing water tank, under floor heating.
Bathroom 2 (2.44m.2.13m x 1.83m.1.52m (8.7 x 6.5))
Rooflight within ceiling, low level W.C, wash hand basin, bath with tiled splash back, radiator, cupboard into eaves space.
Norton is set in 15 acres or thereabouts and is accessed down a private hardcore road. It has a plethora of features, including a spring fed lake which is measuring up to approx a third of an acre, 2.5 acres of beautiful woodland which has been maintained beautifully and makes an idyllic setting with its Bluebells and snowdrops in full bloom. Also there are large stone buildings to the rear of the property, currently being used for general purpose which once had planning for a 4 bedroom/2 bathroom dwelling (currently lapsed). A hardcore track leads from the main property through the woodland down to a pair of derelict semi detached cottages.
Norton stands in a total of 15 acres or thereabouts, divided into pasture, gardens and ground, ponds and woodland. The pasture land comprises approx 11,5 acres of level well-fenced land, in two enclosures that in recent years have been let for grazing and cropping to a local farmer on a short-term summer grazing licence, but are equally suited for personal use such as equestrian, amenity or conservation projects. The property also benefits from approx 2.5 acres of woodland and domestic grounds that includes the gardens and lake, that enhance the setting, and really have to be viewed to be fully appreciated. PLEASE NOTE: THE PROPERTY IS AVAILABLE WITH A REDUCED ACREAGE IF REQUIRED.
We are advised that mains water and electricity are connected with oil central heating. and private drainage. Telephone (subject to B.T Regulations).
We are advised the property is freehold.
Please note that whilst the property holds potential as a caravan park, campsite, or indeed other potential leisure of amenity uses, as of yet no planning has been granted for such usage, and we would suggest that any parties interested in utilising the land for such use contact the Local Authority to establish any planning requirements etc.
Council Tax Band F