High Street, ST DOGMAELS, Pembrokeshire

£349,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
An incredibly charming 4 bedroom cottage situated in the sought after coastal village of St Dogmaels within easy access to amenities, coastal footpaths and the nearby popular beach Poppit Sands. This fabulous home boasts outstanding and immaculate accommodation presented to a high standard with generous living space throughout. The cottage benefits from lots of traditional features including exposed beams, quirky alcoves and fireplaces. Externally, the property offers a fantastic outside space to include a large landscaped low maintenance garden, garage/workshop and a handy woodshed. This would make an excellent home for anyone seeking ample living space either for themselves or as a holiday home/let. Viewing is highly recommended! EER - TBC

Situation

St Dogmaels is within easy driving distance of the nearby sandy beach at Poppit and also the neighbouring town of Cardigan which has a large selection of shops and amenities. St Dogmaels boasts a weekly award winning market, an old abbey with cafe and duck pond, convenience shop, places to eat and drink and primary schooling. The Pembrokeshire & Ceredigion coastlines are within a few miles distant known for their spectacular scenery and is a draw for locals and tourists alike. Poppit beach is literally just down the road and is a splendid sandy family friendly beach.

Porch

Enter via frosted double glazed front door, frosted door to:

Lounge/Dining Room

19'5 x 15' (5.92m x 4.57m)

Double glazed windows to front and side with seating, feature fireplace, exposed beams, Karndean flooring, double panel radiator, oak door to:

Lounge

1'4'9 x 12'7 (0.41m x 3.84m)

Double glazed window to side with seating, multi-fuel stove with a stone lined chimney, beam over which is from a ship, stairs to first floor, exposed beams, exposed stone wall, slate flooring, double panel radiator, oak door to:

Kitchen

11'1 x 10'8 (3.38m x 3.25m)

Double glazed window to side, fitted with a range of wall and base units with worktops over, single drainer sink, space for cooker and white goods, plumbing for washing machine, breakfast bar, double panel radiator, oak door to:

Studio/Boot Room

12'9 x 6'6 (3.89m x 1.98m)

Double glazed window to side, base units with wooden worktops over, Belfast sink with shower mixer tap, part tiled walls, double panel radiator, double glazed external door to rear, frosted door to:

Wet Room

11'3 x 4'10 (3.43m x 1.47m)

Double glazed frosted window to side, walk-in shower, WC, vanity wash hand basin, feature alcoves with lighting, tiled walls and flooring, heated towel rail.

First Floor Landing

Stairs to second floor, radiator, doors to:

Bedroom One

14'6 x 9'5 (4.42m x 2.87m)

Double glazed windows to side and rear, Karndean flooring, radiator, door to:

En-Suite

8'3 x 6'9 (2.51m x 2.06m)

Comprising bath with shower mixer tap, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, airing cupboard with shelving and housing the Worcester Bosch gas fired boiler servicing the domestic hot water and central heating, tiled flooring, heated towel rail, radiator.

Bedroom Two

11'5 x 9'9 (3.48m x 2.97m)

Double glazed window to side with seating, radiator.

Bedroom Three

14'9 x 11'1 (4.50m x 3.38m)

Double glazed window to front, radiator.

Second Floor Landing

Loft Room

11'8 x 9'4 (3.56m x 2.84m)

An ideal space for play room or office with limited head room, exposed beams, door to:

Bedroom Four

14'3 x 13' (4.34m x 3.96m)

Double glazed Velux window, exposed beams, radiator.

Externally

To the front of the property is a small gravelled garden. To the rear is a decked seating area, a further area with artificial grass and a gravelled garden. There are 2 fruit trees, a grape vine and range of flowers and shrubs, a lovely seating area with pergola and at the end of the garden is a hard standing patio area with WOOD STORE and WORKSHOP/GARAGE 20' x 11'6 with an external hardstanding area, double doors and power and lighting connected. Please note: the neighbouring property has a pedestrian right of way across part of the garden.

Services

We are advised mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.

The History

The current owners inform us this property has an interesting historical story regarding a sea captain and the Titanic. A Mr Howard Thomas was once the owner of the property and narrowly missed out captaining the famous Titanic due to illness.

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