This 1830's characterful cottage sits almost on top of the estuary with an uninterrupted view all the way down the waterway. Without knowing it is there, you would undoubtedly walk on by. Upon entering through the double gates, however, you are greeted with the most delightful walled garden and period cottage positioned down a few steps from the entrance walkway.
The accommodation benefits from gas central heating and double glazing and briefly comprises: Hallway, sitting room/bedroom, lounge with exposed beams and floor to ceiling windows with access door to the balcony, a bedroom with en-suite shower room, kitchen and conservatory with a rear porch on the first floor. Stairs lead down to the lower floor with a sitting area, double bedroom, and bathroom with separate shower enclosure. All the lower floor rooms have porthole windows facing out to the estuary, a unique quirk of this charming property.
Externally, there is a walkway with a glass balustrade leading you to stairs down to the house and walled garden, which is laid to lawn with pretty flower borders. There is a garage, accessed from the roadway beside the entrance gates with another access door inside the property boundary, plus an allocated parking space by the roadside. There is also a built-in shed at the end of the garden, ideal for storing garden tools.
Milford Haven has the largest port in Wales and the third-largest port in the UK. It also has a popular Marina with accompanying Restaurant, Wine Bar, and boutique shops. The town itself has a historic late 18th and 19th centuries core based on a grid pattern, located between Hubberston Pill and Castle Pill and extending inland for 500 meters. Milford Haven's 20th-century expansion took in several other settlements. Hakin and Hubberston are older and situated to the west of the main town. The town also benefits from a variety of shops and supermarkets, leisure centre, primary and secondary schools, and the Torch Theatre and cinema.
This 1830's characterful cottage has an enviable position on the side of the estuary with an uninterrupted view all the way down the waterway. Without knowing the cottage is there, you would undoubtedly walk on by because of its walled boundary and its position sitting lower down from the roadway. Upon entering through the double gates however, you are greeted with the most delightful walled garden and period cottage down a few steps from the entrance walkway. The cottage, full of period features, is very well presented and in the most unique location.
Opening the gates into the property, you get a wonderful surprise. In front of you, is an elevated deck walkway with a glass balustrade leading you to stairs down to the cottage and its beautiful walled garden. The view to the estuary from the walkway is panoramic and looking down onto the well-tended garden, sheltered from the elements by its walls, is a wonderful contrast to the water, with its greenery and flowers. The garden is laid to lawn with pretty flower borders and there's also a foundation ready for a greenhouse. Down at the bottom of the garden, built into the wall, is a storage shed, ideal for garden tools.
The 33' long garage is accessed by car from the road beside the entrance gate and there is also a doorway from the deck walkway into the garage There is another allocated parking bay just opposite the property, on the other side of the road.
If you've dreamt of a stunning waterway vista and enjoy your gardening, this 'chocolate box' cottage is a must to view!
Entering the cottage, there are a plethora of period features to absorb. Beautiful ceiling beams and doors, fireplaces, and the most fantastic porthole windows in the ground floor rooms! The current vendor has taken advantage of the aspect and installed floor-to-ceiling windows in the lounge and master bedroom and created a balcony between. This allows light to flood in but also framing the view beyond to perfection. The kitchen leads on to the conservatory which has windows all the way around. There is a small porch from the conservatory into a courtyard with the garden beyond. On the other side of the hallway, there is a sitting room which could be a bedroom if required. The arched window through to the lounge allows light to flood in. Stairs lead you down to the lower level which has 2 rooms, one of which is being used as a bedroom and also a family bathroom. There are porthole windows in each of these rooms, and a beautiful arched window in the bedroom facing out to the waterway.