Grade II Listed 4 storey town houseSweeping views over Haverfordwest and CastleWealth of original charm and featuresWonderful walled garden and garage5 bedrooms3 reception roomsSeparate studioCellar and utility roomThe original cottage facade of no.
18 Goat Street, Haverfordwest still greets you exernally but a vast property is housed inside its 4 walls.
Situated in the heart of Haverfordwest town centre in a quiet side within a few hundred yards stroll from the town centre with its excellent range of shops and amenities.
The coast at Broad Haven is 6 miles west with all the beauty offered by the National Park.
This very well presented Grade II Listed 5 bedroom town house benefits from the modern addition of gas central heating and part double glazing but has a true history with a wealth of charm, character and original features.
Extended from the original two room cottage, probably in the early 19th Century the front was altered after 1888 by John Dawkins of Commerce House, Market Street, when a large rear wing was added and the interior remodelled.
There may no longer be servants scurrying around their quarters as the property now offers both spacious and well proportioned family accommodation with beautiful views towards Haverfordwest castle and the town centre towards the rural Preseli hills from all rooms to the rear.
Original features have been retained including the intricate painted and stained lead work glazing to the entrance vestibule and hallway, fireplaces to the drawing room, dining room, oak staircase throughout the house, skirtings and architraves, ceiling cornices and ceiling roses along with the tiled flooring to both the ground floor and cellar.
From entering the property via the vestibule you continue on into the hallway with staircase to the first floor with access to all ground floor rooms including kitchen, drawing room, dining room, lounge and ground floor bathroom.
Access is afforded to the lower ground floor cellar and the original oak staircase ascends to the first floor which benefits from sitting room, 3 bedrooms and family bathroom.
The third floor has 2 further bedrooms along with a shower room/wc.
The ground floor gives access to the cellar and utility which leads out into the walled garden which is a wonder to delight having the benefit of its own micro-climate making it abundant with fruits, flowers and vegetables.
As Sole Agents fbm would highly recommend viewing this property not only for its convenient location but also to appreciate an historic property of this type.
From our Haverfordwest office proceed across Victoria Bridge into the High Street.
Take the first left into Hill Lane and follow the road around into Goat Street and the property will be found on your right hand side, indicated by our For Sale board.
Access is available through the garage of the property which is located in Hill Lane.
Steps then lead up to the studio/office located above the garage.
The gardens to the property are an absolute delight and being a walled town garden has its own micro-climate allowing for the successful production of fruit and vegetables aplenty within the deep borders including gooseberries and apples along with a multitude of established herbaceous borders with flora aplenty.
There is also a greenhouse as well as pond in the garden attracts a multitude of wildlife and within the wall is hidden a gardener's potting shed.
Shaded steps lead up through a glorious archway awash with ferns to the patio area which can also be accessed via steps up from the cellar or steps down from the kitchen door.
There is a sun trap patio area with a pergola alive with climbers and a patio area to the front of the cellar.
The rear garden has wonderful views over Haverfordwest town centre and historic Norman castle toward the Preseli hill.
Grade II Listed 4 storey town houseSweeping views over Haverfordwest and CastleWealth of original charm and featuresWonderful walled garden and garage4 bedrooms3 reception roomsSeparate studioCellar and utility roomServices: All mains services are connected.
Council Tax: Band F.