Located in the heart of Solva, along the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, it 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.
Wooden entrance door.
Kitchen / Diner
Window to side, velux windows, tiled floor, electric heater. A range of wall and base units with worktop, electric cooker point, 1&1/2 bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, tile splash back.
5.28m (17′ 4″) x 2.91m (9′ 7″)
Window to the front, fitted carpet, feature ceiling beams, electric heater, log burner.
4.74m (15′ 7″) x 3.94m (12′ 11″)
Tiled floor, door to rear garden, doors to;
Windows to the side, fitted carpet.
4.10m (13′ 5″) x 2.85m (9′ 4″)
Obscure window to the side, vanity wash hand basin, close coupled wc, electric shower with wet room floor. Cupboard housing hot water cylinder, large enough to use for additional storage.
3.08m (10′ 1″) x 2.20m (7′ 3″)
First Floor Bedroom
Windows to the front and side with sea view, fitted carpet, electric heater, built in storage.
4.77m (15′ 8″) x 4.03m (13′ 3″)
Low maintenance patio gardens to the rear and front with pedestrian access onto St brides View.
Within walking distance of Pembrokeshire Coast Path.