Goat Street, Haverfordwest

Overview

ID: #160538
Price: £ 135,000
Contract type: For sale
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School: Local Schools
Info: Full brochure PDF
Type: Terraced
Location: Haverfordwest
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Goat Street forms part of historic Haverfordwest as it is set in the main Castle ward to the west of Haverfordwest Castle just a few hundred yards from the present town centre and the nearby river Cleddau, and indeed the first actual map reference to Goat Street dates back to 1690.

Cleeve House is located mid way along the street and forms a Grade II Listed Georgian town house with its original exterior, fine doorway entrance, bay windows and front court railings.

Entrance Hall - 5.1m x 1.4m (16'8" x 4'7" ) -

Morning Room - 6.75m max into bay x 5.8m (22'1" max into bay x 19 - Feature bay window, recessed Georgian arched alcove, highly attractive cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and timber shelved mantle.

Inner Hall - Having internal doorway and Economy 7 electric radiator with a short flight of steps leading to an understairs cold store.

Living Room - 4.8m x 4.5m (15'8" x 14'9") - Decorative brick archway over a former recessed fireplace. Economy 7 radiator, quarry tiled floor, recessed display shelves.

Kitchen - 3.9m x 3.72m (12'9" x 12'2") - Large Belfast sink unit, fitted work surfaces, recessed pantry area, original slate flag floor and access to the rear, natural stone walls, gas point.

From the inner hall an original Georgian staircase with fine hardwood handrail leads to a ....

Mezzanine Landing - Separate WC with small hand basin. The staircase continues to the main landing with feature Georgian archway and ...

Drawing Room - 7.2m x 5m min (23'7" x 16'4" min) - Feature bay window overlooking Goat Street and incorporating original shutters. Recessed Coalbrookdale style cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and marble mantle.

Rear Landing -

Bedroom 1 - 3.8m x 3.5m (12'5" x 11'5") - Economy 7 radiator and en-suite shower room with cubicle, separate WC, pedestal hand basin and original feature fireplace.

Rear Library/Sun Room - 4.4m x 3.8m (14'5" x 12'5") - Period tiled fireplace with oak surround, fixed book shelves and pedestrian door opening to the rear garden. This room enjoys a sunny morning aspect.

The main staircase continues to a further mezzanine and second floor landing - again with Georgian arch.

Front Bedroom 2 - 4m x 3.1m (13'1" x 10'2") - Economy 7 radiator, slate surround to recessed fireplace. Pleasant townscape outlook overlooking Foley House - designed by the renowned Regency Architect John Nash.

Bedroom 3 (Front) - 5m x 4m (16'4" x 13'1") - Period fireplace, electric radiator.

Main Bathroom - 3.9m x 1.9m (12'9" x 6'2") - Shaped panelled bath with shower and curved screen. Pedestal hand basin, low flush WC. Airing cupboard with lagged copper hot water cylinder and dual immersion heater.

Dressing Area Bedroom Suite - Dressing Room 2.6m x 2.4m which leads to rear Bedroom 4 4.2m x 3.7m, overlooking the garden and Bathroom 2 2.4m x 2.4m fully tiled walls in classical Roman style. Corner bath, pedestal hand basin, low flush WC. Original fireplace feature.

Basement - 6.2m x 5m (20'4" x 16'4") - Accessed from either the front court or rear courtyard via steps. Flagged floor.

Outside - Within the courtyard is a further stores area flanked by steps leading upwards passed an arched under croft to the completely enclosed walled in garden which features a lawn, enclosed soft fruit garden with archway leading to a larger orchard with extensive lawns, apple trees and summer house. The garden has a gated access to the rear - St Thomas' Parade. Lean-to rendered garden stores.

This is a most interesting garden which could be restored to its original features.

General Notes - Tenure: Freehold
Local Authority: Pembrokeshire County Council
Services: All mains services available.
Viewing: By appointment.

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