JJ Morris

Tel: 01834 860260

Email: narberth@jjmorris.com

Hill House,
High Street
Narberth
SA67 7AR

Old Keg Yard, Narberth

£160,000

2 Bedroom House - Townhouse

  • Delightful 2 Bed semi detached bungalow
  • Off road parking
  • Private rear garden
  • Walking distance to the historical market town of Narberth
  • ideal first time buy or holiday/long term let
  • No Chain

6 Old keg yard is delightful 2 bedroom end terraced Bungalow, situated within walking distance of the old market town of Narberth.
This Unique Property has many benefits and features including a good sized Attic room that has historically been utilised as a third bedroom, accessed via a loft hatch in the hallway.
There is off road parking for two vehicles and a small private patio garden that is an excellent sun trap. (Plus ample parking at side of property could be used to extend Subject to planning )
Ideal first time buy or rental property for both long term and holiday lets.
Internal viewing essential to appropriate the charm and character.

Situation

Number 6 Old Keg Yard is situated in a quiet residential estate that is within easy walking distance of Narberth town centre.
Narberth is now established as one of the most popular towns of the area and has the benefit of an interesting range of services and amenities. These include traditional businesses such as butchers, bakeries and green groceries, as well as a more specialised range of clothes and gift shops. There are also 3 convenience stores as well as a number of, Solicitors and Consultancy businesses located in and around the High Street. The town also has the benefit of a Primary School, Health Centre, Library, Leisure Centre and Swimming Pool together with a range of other sporting facilities including a prominent Rugby Club.

The A40 main road lies within a mile or so to the North, and provides excellent road links to the larger county towns of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen located some 10 miles and 20 miles to the West and East respectively. Narberth has a Train Station and a regular bus service. Whilst the coastal resorts of Saundersfoot and Tenby, and indeed the superb scenery of the Pembrokeshire Coast Nation Park, can be reached within 10 miles or so to the South.

Description

A unique two bedroom semi-detached Bungalow that is situated in a quiet residential estate within the popular market town of Narberth.
We believe that the property is constructed of cavity block walls that are smooth rendered, and has a pitched slate roof over. There are timber framed double glazed windows throughout, and the property benefits from hard wood flooring and mains gas central heating throughout
The property comprises Two bedrooms, plus a good sized Attic space that has historically been utilised as a third bedroom. an open plan Sitting/dining Room, Kitchen, and Bathroom, there is off road parking for two vehicles and a low maintenance private garden with garden shed at the rear.
Given it's convenient location, and easily maintained accommodation, we consider that 6 Old Keg Yard would be ideally suited as a retirement property. Alternatively it would also be well suited to someone who is looking to purchase a first home or letting property.
Viewing is highly recommended.

Hallway

Hallway 3.96m 2.13m x 0.61m 3.05m (13' 07" x 2' 10")Entered via a hard wood stable door with doors to all ground floor rooms, and loft hatch to the first floor attic room.

Bedroom 2

Bedroom 2 2.13m 0.30m x 2.13m 2.44m (7' 01" x 7' 8")With double glazed hard wood window to the fore,, radiator hardwood flooring throughout.

Family bathroom

Family bathroom 1.22m 3.35m x 2.13m (4' 11" x 7')With bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC, tiled flooring throughout,. Part tiled walls and airing cupboard

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 1 3.66m 3.35m x 2.13m (12' 11" x 7')With double glazed hard wood window to the fore, radiator and hard wood flooring throughout.

Kitchen

Kitchen 3.05m 2.13m x 1.83m 3.35m (10' 7" x 6' 11" )With hardwood stable door and window to the rear, Base and wall units with work top over, single bowl stainless steel sin unit, space for washing machine, Wall mounted Baxi combi boiler. part tiled walls, tiled flooring throughout

Open plan Sitting/dining room

Open plan sitting/dining room 3.05m 3.35m x 3.05m 2.13m (10' 11" x 10' 7" )With double aspect , double glazed hardwood windows to the rear, radiator and hardwood flooring throughout

Attic Room

With Velus window and access via a loft hatch in the hallway

External

ExternalPrivate rear patio garden with paved and gravel path, fully fenced with access via the side of the property. there is a Garden Shed,. At the side of the property is allocated parking for two vehicles.

Directions

From our Narberth Office continue on the one way system until you are heading back towards the High Street. Once you reach the bottom of the High Street you will notice the Clock Tower and there will be a left hand turning just before this. Take this turning and after a few yards take another left hand turning off a junction opposite The Dragon Public House. Once you have taken this turning you will be able to turn immediately right into a residential estate named 'Old Keg Yard'. As you enter the estate the property is located on your right hand side as identified by our 'For Sale' board.

Services

Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Full double glazing and gas fired central heating. Wifi and telephone are connected

Tenure

We understand the property is Freehold of tenure with vacant possession upon completion.

Local Authority

Pembrokeshire County Council,
County Hall,
Haverfordwest,
Pembrokeshire.
SA61 1TP
Tel: (01437) 764551.
Council Tax Band 'D'.

Energy Efficiency and Environmental Impact

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Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.

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