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Upper Hillmoor Cottage, Portfield Gate OIEO £550,000

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  • Recently refurbished 2 bedroom detached bungalow and outbuildings with 12 acres of land with potential for further dwellings A short distance from the coast of Broad Haven

Recently refurbished 2 bedroom detached bungalow and outbuildings
with 12 acres of land with potential for further dwellings
A short distance from the coast of Broad Haven

SITUATION
The property is located near Portfield Gate a short drive from the county town of Haverfordwest providing a wide range of amenities, including main line train station, hospital, supermarkets, leisure centre and swimming pool, cinema, sixth form college, retail parks, shops etc.

The village of Broad Haven is located approximately 3 miles west of the property and is set within the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty with an extensive coastline and sandy beach popular with holidaymakers and locals alike. Whilst walkers and bird-watchers appreciate the coastal path which gives access to some spectacular scenery, the village has local facilities such as a post office, convenience store, pub and a selection of cafes.

DESCRIPTION
Upper Hillmoor Cottage, (previously called Upper Hillmoor Farm), comprises 12 acres or thereabouts, forming part of the Broad Haven and Little Haven coastline.
Partly recently refurbished and extended, it now offers quite the unique home, combined with the convertible outbuildings, with potential for either further dwellings down the line for either a holiday let or the starting foundations of a business (STP). The land has been cultivated over the past few years, with the addition of a fresh stream and their own lake, this is truly something to be appreciated in person.

DIRECTIONS
This property is reached via the B4321

Lounge/Diner
The lounge/diner has been recently fitted with all new windows and conservatory which has created an open plan feel to the property.

Master Bedroom
Added to the property not part of original build. Wooden cladded extension designed specifically to take in the views of the landscape additionally attracting natural light from the south facing windows.

En-Suite Shower Room
with walk in shower.

Bedroom 2
Newly refurbished. Windows all double glazed and recently fitted.
En-Suite

W/C
Newly fitted W/C for convenience.

Kitchen
equipped with a range of Cherrywood base units with real porcelain handles with complementary work surfaces over that incorporates a 1½ bowl sink unit together with electric hob with extractor over and oven and recessed ceiling lights and original terracotta tiled floor.

Worcester G Star Danesmoor External OIL system boiler.

Utility Room
With plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher.

Conservatory
recently fitted with wood cladding and fantastic views overlooking the land.

Services
We are advised that mains electricity, and water are connected with private drainage to 2 Registered Septic tanks. Oil fired central heating via a Worcester G Star Danesmoor External oil system boiler. Radiators installed throughout.

Drainage - Ditch drainage along the front entrance installed by Pembrokeshire County Council, who maintain it regularly.

Insulation of property - All insulation fitted as standard to the roofing and flooring, in all parts of the building, including the new builds
using insulated floor sheeting and insulated plasterboard throughout.

Aviary
Aviary built in the wood - they bred Harris Hawks and Eagle Owls, selling the young chicks, original brick built unit, still standing.

Boat House
The summer house still existing was called the Wendy House and led down to the lake, where they kept their boat, which was
fibre glass, when inspected last autumn, the idea this summer when the weather improved was to
re-establish nesting areas. With the broad range of wild life visiting the property, it is encouraged to reinstate the boat house for the natural reflection of the original build.

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Upper Hillmoor Cottage
Portfield Gate, Dyfed SA62 3LT
County: Dyfed
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 31370444
Last Updated: Friday, 20 May 2022 08:28
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