Pembrokeshire development opportunity
Property for sale
under 500K with land
near the sea
5 Mins to the sea
The property is situated 2 miles or 5 minutes drive away from the beach at Amroth, Pembrokeshire. The seaside village of Saundersfoot is 10 mins away, Tenby 15 mins..All the coastline, castles & countryside pictured here are within 25 mins drive of the property..
Fibre to the premises
There is a fibre super fast broadband connection to the premises. FTTP. It is currently used extensively for IT projects & is capable of handling upload & download of very large files at speed.
3 Hrs 15 mins M25
Junction 4b of the M4 with the M25 can be reached in around 3hr 15 minutes of legal driving. The property is only 8 mins away from the A40 at St Clears, which gives continuous dual carriageway access to the M4 & the UK motorway network.
1 Hr 15 mins Cardiff
Cardiff City centre & its amenities can be reached in around 1hr 15 mins. by car. From 2021 Grand Union trains is proposing a new Cardiff -London rail route with a journey time of 1hr 45 mins. Currently a direct service runs between Paddington & Carmarthen twice daily.
18 mins M&S
The market town of Narberth, voted by the Sunday Times one of the best places to live in the UK in 2020, offers a vibrant & eclectic high street .The nearest large shopping centre is the market town of Carmarthen, an easy 16 mile drive with major retail outlets, pubs & multi screen cinema.
The Midlands under 3hrs
With the completion of the latest section of the Heads of the Valleys road in April 2021, the current journey time of 3hrs 15 to Birmingham will be considerably reduced
Spacious 3 bedroom bungalow in large private plot, close to the sea | development potential | Pembrokeshire border
The property consists of a large 3 bedroom bungalow, but the opportunity lies in its plot. Sitting in 0.8 acre it provides potential for a much bigger property or/ and aditional buildings, ’granny cottage’, office building, workshop etc.
The property is situated in its own quiet & private grounds 5 minutes from continuous dual carriageway to the M25 & beyond.
It is just outside The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park,- advantageous for planning purposes], close to a host of beautiful beaches & the seaside resorts of Tenby & Saundersfoot. Narberth, considered by the Sunday Times to be one of the best places to live in Britain is 7 miles away.
If you spent the lockdown of 2020 in relatively cramped circumstances, consider a more relaxed alternative - where you can walk down the lane to buy fresh eggs from the farm!
Space & fresh air close to the coast
is perfect for those wishing to enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the Pembrokeshire coast, yet wanting to maintain good communications links with the rest of the country.
Amroth is the first beach you will find on entering Pembrokeshire, & the property is situated 2mls away, on the quiet lane from the sea, in the hamlet of Llanteg, Narberth, SA678PU..
The exiisting bungalow already makes a superb family home. Airy and warm, with level access, wide corridors & spacious rooms, it is suited to young families & retirement alike. If you have children or grand children, they will be able to play happily in the garden’s own trees.- There is ample room to lay out their own 5 a side pitch, tennis court, or cricket nets. Should you be a keen gardener you will have a mild climate, quality soil and plenty of ground to keep you busy, Are you thinking of joining 'the good life’ ? You will be able to pick wild strawberries & blackberries from your own garden. There is space & fresh air for chickens, livestock or family pets.
measures 300ft long by 115ft wide, making an area of almost 0.8 acre. It adjoins a quiet B road leading to the sea at Amroth.
l 91.44m x w35.05m
Area = 3,205 sqm
lies in the extensive plot.
Consultations with experienced & reputable local planners, concluded that an application for a much bigger dwelling or/and additional buildings, ’granny cottage’, office building, workshop etc.should be looked on favourably by the authorities. In 2016 the consultants advised that although such an application would be likely to succeed, applications to subdivide the residence into two or more residences, would be unlikely to gain approval, as ‘infill’ was then contrary to the Local Development Plan. The current LDP expires in 2021 & it seems that significant changes are being made to the status of the local area. See Macro Planning below.
The Local Development Plan provides the framework for decisions to be made on how land is to be used & developed, for example what kind of development is appropriate or desirable. The current plan expires in 2021 & proposals are in place for the new plan which will run to 2033.
provides extremely spacious comfortable living in a verdant setting. The strucurally sound 3 bedroom bungalow was built in the mid 1970s. It has recently been double glazed throughout & had its central heating system overhauled with new radiators installed. The oil fired central heating has been regularly serviced with its boiler currently running at 88% efficiency
Communications are served by FTTP, -Fibre to the premises , a superfast broadband internet connection and a separate copper landline cable connection.
The large kitchen & bathroom would benefit from refurbishment.
The property comprises a living room lounge, with a Cotswold brick hearth for an open fire, with sliding doors at the rear /north opening onto a patio & a wide south facing window at the front: dining rom, currently used as an office, which has also been utiilised as a guest bedroom:; spacious kitchen with original 1970’s ‘vintage’ fittings, adjoining utility room plus additional sink unit, & plumbing for washing machine: front porch opening into the entrance hall & wide corridor, three bedrooms,-two with sink units & bathroom with.wc. There is a large double garage adjoining the bungalow with access into its main corridor. The garage contains a second toilet & wash basin.
Offers in the region of
Rapid Completion available .
Viewing by appointment
The sale is exclusively handled by
John Francis Ltd.Tenby
View of Long Acre from the road
Back garden, view from bungalow looking north.