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1 bedroom, High Street, Solva, Haverfordwest

£220,000
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KEY FEATURES

  • Stone Cottage
  • Listed Building
  • Character Features
  • Electric Heating
  • Sought After Area
  • Ideal Holiday Let
  • Renovated Accommodation
  • Log Burner
  • Walking Distance to Coast
  • EPC: Exempt
A well presented traditional Grade II Listed cottage situated within the heart of Solva, within walking distance of the village and the picturesque harbour. Y Bwthyn Bach is full of character and charm retaining many of its original features including a stone wall with feature fireplace and exposed beams. The property has been tastefully decorated, and would make a great investment opportunity.

The ground floor accommodation briefly comprises an open plan living, kitchen and dining area with exposed stone wall. The kitchen/diner benefits from fitted wall and base units - this space offers a great space for socialising. There is a shower room and cloakroom. The staircase leads to the first floor where there is a double bedroom again with a feature exposed stone wall and Velux windows.

This property makes an ideal holiday let in a sought after area and viewing is recommended to appreciate what this wonderful cottage by the sea has to offer!

The village of Solva, is within in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, offers wonderful opportunities for boating or 'bucket and spade' enthusiasts and walkers, as well as restaurants, cafes, public houses, shops, galleries, places of worship, post office, doctors' surgery, and primary school. It is some 12 miles North West of the county town of Haverfordwest and 3 miles from St David's, with its famous Cathedral and ruined Bishops Palace, and is within easy reach of some of Pembrokeshire's most popular sandy surfing beaches, such as Newgale and Whitesands.