3 Bedroom Terraced House for sale in Tawelfan, Caersegan Barns, St. Nicholas, Goodwick, Pembrokeshire

3 Bedroom Terraced House - £350,000

Tawelfan, Caersegan Barns, St. Nicholas, Goodwick, Pembrokeshire

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First listed on: 09th January 2019

Nearest stations: Fishguard and Goodwick (2.9 mi)Fishguard Harbour (3.3 mi)

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Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

• CLUSTER OF 5 EXCLUSIVE BARN CONVERSIONS IN 7 ACRES OF GROUNDS
• HIGH SPECIFICATION BUILD WITH LUXURY FINISHES & FITTINGS
• CONTEMPORARY OPEN PLAN DESIGNS WITH BESPOKE KITCHENS
• RURAL PEMBROKESHIRE LOCATION NEAR NATIONAL PARK BOUNDARY
• VIEWS TO THE IRISH SEA, 10 MINUTE WALK TO ABERMAWR BEACH
• CLEARVIEW WOODBURNERS WITH FEATURE STAINLESS STEEL FLUE
• UNDERFLOOR HEATING WITH EXTERNAL WORCESTER BOSCH BOILER
• COMMUNAL GROUNDS WITH PRIVATE GARDENS AND PARKING
• PRIVATE STOCKED TROUT LAKE WITH INDIVIDUAL FISHING BAYS

OVERVIEW
This upmarket and exclusive Barn Conversion development is set in the small hamlet of St Nicholas in the rugged north Pembrokeshire countryside, boasting spectacular views over the Irish Sea and peaceful, coastal countryside. The contemporary homes are surrounded by farmland yet within 10 minutes of the friendly town and busy harbour of Fishguard, with close proximity to St Davids – Britain's smallest and prettiest city, is within a few miles of small coves, secluded beaches and picturesque little villages, as well as the much loved Pembrokeshire National Coast Path.

Each of the barns is finished to the highest standard with features that include: wet underfloor heating with zonal controls, engineered oak and/or tiled flooring to downstairs areas, hardwood double glazed doors and windows painted with Farrow & Ball external grade paint, double glazed Velux roof-lights, oak internal doors and architraves with brushed steel door furniture, as well as low energy down lights throughout.

The kitchens – known to be the heart of most homes, are designed as ideal environments for modern cooking, living and entertaining. Contemporary matt-grey Shaker styled units with concealed lighting and magic corners are right on trend and feature solid oak work surfaces, 1.5 bowl composite matt black sink with ceramic disk, mono block taps as well as a fully integrated fan oven and separate microwave, ceramic induction hob, stainless steel and glass extractor hood, Zanussi integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer.
The Bathrooms and ensuite shower rooms feature pure white suites with deck mounted hand held shower heads and mixer taps for the baths, walk in showers with dual rainfall and spray shower heads, wall hung vanity cupboards with inset hand basin and mirror above, toilets with soft close seats, glazed floor tiles with underfloor heating, decorative mosaic tiles at bath and washbasin areas and bow fronted chrome towel radiators.

Living areas enjoy the warmth and ambiance of Charnwood 5kW wood burning stoves with stainless steel flues, ideal for cool Pembrokeshire evenings, and also benefit from recessed lighting, and TV/FM aerial points wired for Sky Plus Satellite. The bedrooms also feature TV aerial points along with crossover light switches at the bedsides.
The development is peacefully located in approximately 7 acres of grounds and gardens with westerly views to Abermawr Bay and distant views towards St Davids Head. To the north is Garn Fawr and Strumble Head with several of the homes enjoying direct sea views.

The barns are arranged around a communal courtyard with easy to maintain landscaping, have privately fenced, hedged or walled gardens along with parking for each property to the rear, plus separate allocated visitor parking. All barns have courtesy lights adjacent to the front & rear doors. Each property benefits from a lockable large external storage shed with light and power. Within the communal grounds is a walled garden which houses Wales's first purpose built wildlife tower and a fully stocked private trout lake with individual fishing bays for use only by the residents of the Barns.

LOCATION
The village of Tremarchog also known as St Nicholas in English, is located a short 10 minute drive from Fishguard. Surrounded by farmland and within walking distance of the picturesque beaches of Aberbach and Abermawr, with Strumble Head lighthouse only a short drive away, the village is close to the much loved and well walked Pembrokeshire National Coastal Path.
The historic port and small town of Fishguard provides a selection of high street and independent stores, fine dining restaurants, cosy inns and cafes, with a theatre, an annual Jazz festival and in Lower Town there is a well sheltered marina.
The county town of Haverfordwest provides more retail experience with major department stores including Marks & Spencer, Laura Ashley and Debenhams and several large supermarkets and well as all other necessary amenities.
Road and rail links are excellent via Carmarthen & Swansea to Cardiff and onto London Paddington, with the ferry port offering a short crossing to southern Ireland.
• CLUSTER OF 5 EXCLUSIVE BARN CONVERSIONS IN 7 ACRES OF GROUNDS
• HIGH SPECIFICATION BUILD WITH LUXURY FINISHES & FITTINGS
• CONTEMPORARY OPEN PLAN DESIGNS WITH BESPOKE KITCHENS
• RURAL PEMBROKESHIRE LOCATION NEAR NATIONAL PARK BOUNDARY
• VIEWS TO THE IRISH SEA, 10 MINUTE WALK TO ABERMAWR BEACH
• CLEARVIEW WOODBURNERS WITH FEATURE STAINLESS STEEL FLUE
• UNDERFLOOR HEATING WITH EXTERNAL WORCESTER BOSCH BOILER
• COMMUNAL GROUNDS WITH PRIVATE GARDENS AND PARKING
• PRIVATE STOCKED TROUT LAKE WITH INDIVIDUAL FISHING BAYS

OVERVIEW
This upmarket and exclusive Barn Conversion development is set in the small hamlet of St Nicholas in the rugged north Pembrokeshire countryside, boasting spectacular views over the Irish Sea and peaceful, coastal countryside. The contemporary homes are surrounded by farmland yet within 10 minutes of the friendly town and busy harbour of Fishguard, with close proximity to St Davids – Britain's smallest and prettiest city, is within a few miles of small coves, secluded beaches and picturesque little villages, as well as the much loved Pembrokeshire National Coast Path.

Each of the barns is finished to the highest standard with features that include: wet underfloor heating with zonal controls, engineered oak and/or tiled flooring to downstairs areas, hardwood double glazed doors and windows painted with Farrow & Ball external grade paint, double glazed Velux roof-lights, oak internal doors and architraves with brushed steel door furniture, as well as low energy down lights throughout.

The kitchens – known to be the heart of most homes, are designed as ideal environments for modern cooking, living and entertaining. Contemporary matt-grey Shaker styled units with concealed lighting and magic corners are right on trend and feature solid oak work surfaces, 1.5 bowl composite matt black sink with ceramic disk, mono block taps as well as a fully integrated fan oven and separate microwave, ceramic induction hob, stainless steel and glass extractor hood, Zanussi integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer.
The Bathrooms and ensuite shower rooms feature pure white suites with deck mounted hand held shower heads and mixer taps for the baths, walk in showers with dual rainfall and spray shower heads, wall hung vanity cupboards with inset hand basin and mirror above, toilets with soft close seats, glazed floor tiles with underfloor heating, decorative mosaic tiles at bath and washbasin areas and bow fronted chrome towel radiators.

Living areas enjoy the warmth and ambiance of Charnwood 5kW wood burning stoves with stainless steel flues, ideal for cool Pembrokeshire evenings, and also benefit from recessed lighting, and TV/FM aerial points wired for Sky Plus Satellite. The bedrooms also feature TV aerial points along with crossover light switches at the bedsides.
The development is peacefully located in approximately 7 acres of grounds and gardens with westerly views to Abermawr Bay and distant views towards St Davids Head. To the north is Garn Fawr and Strumble Head with several of the homes enjoying direct sea views.

The barns are arranged around a communal courtyard with easy to maintain landscaping, have privately fenced, hedged or walled gardens along with parking for each property to the rear, plus separate allocated visitor parking. All barns have courtesy lights adjacent to the front & rear doors. Each property benefits from a lockable large external storage shed with light and power. Within the communal grounds is a walled garden which houses Wales's first purpose built wildlife tower and a fully stocked private trout lake with individual fishing bays for use only by the residents of the Barns.

LOCATION
The village of Tremarchog also known as St Nicholas in English, is located a short 10 minute drive from Fishguard. Surrounded by farmland and within walking distance of the picturesque beaches of Aberbach and Abermawr, with Strumble Head lighthouse only a short drive away, the village is close to the much loved and well walked Pembrokeshire National Coastal Path.
The historic port and small town of Fishguard provides a selection of high street and independent stores, fine dining restaurants, cosy inns and cafes, with a theatre, an annual Jazz festival and in Lower Town there is a well sheltered marina.
The county town of Haverfordwest provides more retail experience with major department stores including Marks & Spencer, Laura Ashley and Debenhams and several large supermarkets and well as all other necessary amenities.
Road and rail links are excellent via Carmarthen & Swansea to Cardiff and onto London Paddington, with the ferry port offering a short crossing to southern Ireland.
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