High on the clifftops at the entrance to the giant harbour of Milford Haven, this extraordinary property at St Ann’s Head occupies one of the most stunning locations on the entire Pembrokeshire Coast.
The former lighthouse at St. Ann’s Head has been sympathetically converted to a five bedroom property with three bedroom annexe with one of the finest views of the Pembrokeshire coastline, and deep water harbour at Milford Haven. The lighthouse is currently used as two holiday letting homes that provide the current owners with a substantial income. However, the main residence could equally be utilised as a stunning family home and in fact has been by the owner for four out of the last five years.
Accommodation is spacious and characterful. The semi-circular porch has a panoramic glass window elevation, giving outstanding views up the Cleddau Estuary and overlooking the open countryside. The entrance hall is generously proportioned with Italian slate flagstone floors. The doors leading to the Tower, cloakroom, two bedrooms and lounge are all fitted with quality brass portholes, also reflecting the maritime connection.
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This drawing room offers splendid views over the Irish Sea to Skomer and Skokholm affording stunning sunsets over the ocean. The room has solid oak flooring, painted wooden ceiling and panel walls enhancing the nautical theme. The main focal point is a central large brick fireplace. The kitchen picture window overlooks Skomer island and marine reserve. The master bedroom suite comprises a cosy snug, with windows overlooking the countryside up the Cleddau and out to the islands.
The ground floor study office also has a hardwood floor, tongue and groove cladding and staircase leading to the sitting room on the first floor: a circular room ideal as a quiet reading area or library with two pretty windows looking over the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
The second floor bedroom is a unique room with splendid coastal views and en-suite shower room. A staircase leads to the observation lounge on the fourth floor with amazing 360° views over the islands of Skomer and Skokholm, the headland and estuary entrance. This is a truly spectacular room with a view from sunrise to sunset. There is small kitchenette with sink and fridge, ideal for a bottle of champagne or a warm cup of something on a winter’s evening. Strumble Head Self-contained three-bedroom apartment is located on the Southern side of the main residence.
St Ann’s Head on the Dale peninsula in Pembrokeshire in West Wales. The guide price is £1,250,000. For further information please contact Fine and Country on 01437 762233 or visit email@example.com.
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