3 bedroom, Serpentine Road, Tenby

Offers In The Region Of £450,000
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KEY FEATURES

  • Semi Detached House With One Bedroom Self Contained Cabin
  • Original Character Features
  • Open Plan Living/Dining Room
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom
  • Sought After Location
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Edge Of Town Location
  • EPC Rating: C
A great opportunity to acquire this character semi-detached house, situated on the edge of the historic harbour town of Tenby. Conveniently located within walking distance to the town centre with its array of amenities, including local shops, cafes, restaurants and public transport links. The property is also close by to both a primary and secondary school, making it an ideal family home.

The accommodation of the property comprises; an entrance porch with stain glass windows, main hallway which features beautiful original tile flooring, an open plan living/dining room with fireplace and log burning stove; and the classic kitchen with breakfast bar. The first floor provides three bedrooms and the family bathroom. The property boasts an abundance of original features with solid wood flooring throughout; and also benefits from gas central heating and double glazing.

Externally, to the front of the property there is driveway parking for one car with side access to the rear, a pathway leading to the front porch, and mature lawned garden housing a variety of plants and trees. The rear of the property which can also be accessed by patio doors in the dining room, provides a decking area with space for outside seating, and a 4x3 meter outbuilding which is a fully integrated workshop and provides ample storage. The good sized lawned garden also accommodates a self contained cabin with holiday let potential, and provides an open plan living/kitchen/diner, one bedroom and a shower room.

Tenby is a popular seaside resort with iconic harbour, many shops, restaurants, amenities and its famous championship golf course. The beautiful coast and countryside of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park provide further leisure and tourism opportunities, with many more sandy beaches within easy driving distance. Slightly further afield is the well known Pendine Sands and the Town of Carmarthen with its shopping precincts and Cinema, Main Line Railway Station and great links to the M4.