£695,000 Guide Price
- Flexible family home, with four bedrooms and far reaching views.
- Less than five minutes from Haverfordwest and close to coast.
- Hugely flexible accommodation with annex potential.
- Approx. sixteen acre smallholding, in prime position
Positioned less than five minutes’ drive from the county town of Haverfordwest this charming smallholding enjoys superb views over pristine countryside. This flexible four bedroom home has a range of outbuildings and approximately fifteen acres of prime pasture. Highfields Farm offers a fantastic opportunity both inside and out for a buyer to enjoy their dream property.
Entering the property from the front you arrive in an enclosed porch that is perfect for taking off muddy boots before entering the main home through a glazed front door.
The central hallway connects all the principal rooms of the home. The original three bedroom bungalow was extended with the addition of the master bedroom, family room, conservatory and first floor bedroom by a previous owner. This section of the home could easily form a self-contained annex if needed and can be separated from the main property by a door at the end of the hallway.
The sitting room at the front of the property offers a lovely formal space which looks out over the approach to the home. With a fireplace as a focal point, this charming space makes for the ideal space to retire to after a day of enjoying your land. The large picture window brings in a huge amount of natural light and takes full advantage of Highfield’s south facing orientation.
Next to the sitting room you find the large living room at the heart of the property. This space provides ample room for a seating and dining area and enjoys a lovely view out to the west, with an uninterrupted view over miles of pristine countryside. A door in the back wall leads into the kitchen.
Added to the rear of the original building by the previous owners, this well-appointed kitchen enjoys views over the countryside from the side and rear. With space for undercounter white goods, along with a fitted oven and grill, the kitchen blends well with the dining space next door. To the side of the kitchen is a good sized utility room.
The utility room offers complementary storage to the kitchen along with space for a washing machine and dryer. The room also offers another handy entrance to the property from the rear gardens and has enough space to store boots and outdoor gear.
At the opposite end of the property you find the flexible family room which leads through to the conservatory at the front of the home. This space offers another welcoming reception area but could also be a lovely children’s playroom or space for extended family. Should this area of the home be reconfigured as an annex this area could provide an ideal kitchen space which would combine with the conservatory to form a lovely primary living area.
Added by the current owner to the front of the home this south facing conservatory looks out over the garden and entrance to the property. Providing a lovely year round entertaining space the conservatory also has direct access to the front of the property.
Positioned to the rear of the home you find the principal bedroom which looks out over the gardens. The bedroom benefits from a run of fitted wardrobes and has a door leading to the ensuite shower room to your left hand side.
The ensuite offer a corner shower, lavatory, and hand basin with an obscured glass window to the rear.
Situated between the master bedroom and the family bathroom is another good sized double bedroom at the rear of the home. From this peaceful position you can enjoys views over the garden and fields behind the property.
This compact double is found at the front of the property with a large window looking out over the garden and drive. The room is currently set up as a single with a large build in wardrobe for storage.
Study / Bedroom Four
Positioned next to bedroom three this room currently serves as a home office with fitted desk and storage, along with a door to a storage cupboard on the right hand wall. If needed this could easily provide the property with another single bedroom.
The well appointed family bathroom was installed by the current owners and offers a large bath, lavatory, and hand basin in a fitted vanity until and a corner shower. The floor and walls are finished with high quality tiling and an obscured glass window to the rear brings in natural light.
First Floor Bedroom
This useful room is accessed from a staircase from the ground floor and currently used for storage and as a hobby room. If needed this could add another bedroom the home to suit the needs of a buyer. The room has a window to the side and two rooflights above.
The land at Highfields extends to approximately fifteen acres and mostly comprises good quality, well drained pasture. There are some areas of woodland around the land that provide sustainable firewood and natural habitat for local wildlife. The paddocks have water connected, with a spring forming a small stream that runs through the valley at the centre of the land. In addition to the access from the main house and surrounding buildings there are two separate, gated, access points to the land directly from the roadway.
To the front of the house, you find a large open sided garage barn which can easily shelter three vehicles. To either side of the main barn area you find two enclosed storage/workshop spaces. To the rear of the garage space the back portion of the building offers a large area previous used to house animals, which is also fitted with kennels and an external dog run.
Continuing beyond this first building you come to another large agricultural barn, which is divided in two and provides secure and dry storage for animal feed and machinery. Surrounding these buildings is a level yard area with plenty of space for vehicles and machinery. Behind the second barn you find a large open sided animal shelter which has previous been configured as a stable to comfortable house several horses. With its direct access to the paddocks this building would be perfect for an owner with an equestrian interest.
From the county town of Haverfordwest, head North West on the A487 in the direction of St. Davids. After a short distance you approach Pelcomb Bridge. Take the next right, signposted for Camrose and bear left heading up hill. Proceed uphill until you reach a small hamlet of properties. Highfields Farm is the last property on the left hand side, pass over the cattle grid and between the gateposts to approach the home.
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