2 bedroom, Mill Lane, Newport

SOLD (STC)

Offers In The Region Of £395,000
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KEY FEATURES

  • Semi Detached Cottage
  • Full of Character & Charm
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Coastal Location
  • Walking Distance To Shops & Amenities
  • Investment Opportunity
  • Garden To Rear
  • Two Off Road Parking Spaces
  • Gas Central Heating
  • EPC Rating: D
A beautifully presented semi detached cottage situated in the popular coastal town of Newport, and is within walking distance of the lovely town and its amenities. The property is full of character and charm with its inglenook fireplace, wooden beams and slate windowsills. Annwylfan is a family holiday home and an occasional holiday let.

The charming accommodation briefly comprises, on the ground floor a living/dining area with a stone inglenook fireplace housing a wood burner, wooden beams, two windows and a door to the front. A doorway leads you to the kitchen, this has has matching wall and base units, with a high ceiling and three Velux windows allowing light in. From here there is a door giving access to the rear garden. Off the living room there is a useful boot room/hall, and a ground floor shower room. On the first floor there are two bedrooms, both have exposed beams, and the master bedroom has a modern en-suite shower room and built-in wardrobe.

Externally, the rear garden can be accessed via steps to the right hand side of the property, through a door in the kitchen or the door mid way up the stairs. There is an enclosed patio area, with a useful wooden shed and a flower bed border boasting mature shrubs. A wonderful spot to sit and relax. To the front of the property there is off road road parking for two vehicles. There was a new slate roof and a silver grey Indian sandstone patio laid to the front and rear in 2022.

The medieval town of Newport is known as 'the jewel in the crown' of North Pembrokeshire. The two largest beaches are Traeth Mawr (Big Beach, or Newport Sands) on the northern side of the Nevern Estuary, and The Parrog, ever popular with boat enthusiasts, on the south side. The Nevern Estuary is teeming with wildlife and birds. Carningli Mountain rises to the south of Newport, with standing stones, ancient forts and hut circles. The town also boasts a wide range of shops to cater for every need. There are also fine restaurants, street cafes and several pubs, as well as a tourist information centre

Entrance Hall/Boot Room

Living/dining room

Shower room

Kitchen

Bedroom One

Ensuite shower room

Bedroom Two

VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.
TENURE: We are advised Freehold
SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.
COUNCIL TAX: Band 'E’ Pembrokeshire

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