4 bedroom, Pendine

Price £395,000
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KEY FEATURES

  • Well Presented Detached Dormer Bungalow
  • Versatile Family Accommodation
  • Living Room With Feature Log Burner
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Modern Kitchen With Breakfast Bar
  • Air Source Heat Pump And Solar Panels
  • Summer House, Log Cabin, Sauna And Hot Tub
  • Sought After Location
  • Walking Distance To Beach
  • EPC Rating: D
This well presented detached dormer bungalow is situated in the highly desirable coastal village of Pendine, and is within walking distance to the beach. This ideal family home provides versatile accommodation, and benefits from a air source heat pump, solar panels and UPVC double glazing. The accommodation comprises of; entrance porch which leads into the dining room/sitting room, downstairs bedroom fitted with contemporary wardrobes, modern gloss kitchen with breakfast bar and pantry, wet room, and the living room with feature fireplace and multi fuel stove. The living room provides a sense of space with patio doors that open up into the rear garden. The first floor provides a part galleried landing which would make an ideal office space, a shower room, and three good sized double bedrooms all of which benefit from fitted wardrobes.

Externally, there is brick paved driveway parking to the front of the property with gated access into the front garden, with a pathway leading to the front door. The mature garden provides an ideal space for a seating and entertainment area to enjoy with all the family. The landscaped rear garden is mainly lawned with a variety of plants and shrubbery, and houses the barrel shaped sauna, summerhouse, log cabin, and a hot tub situated in a roofed pergola.

Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate its location and all the property has to offer!

Situated on the edge of the Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire border in West Wales, Pendine boasts a 7 mile beach stretching from Gilmore Point to Laugharne Sands where Malcolm Campbell and J.G. Parry-Thomas set the world land speed record five times between 1924 and 1927. The 870 miles coastal path runs mostly along the clifftops for 4 miles from Pendine, offering glorious views towards both the Gower Peninsula and Tenby and Caldey Island, before reaching the beautiful cove of Amroth and the border with Pembrokeshire.