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Meadow Bank
narberth, pembrokeshire

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Property marketed by West Wales Properties

19 Maes Y Dderwen, Llanddewi Velfrey, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 7PL

Property Type Land
Reception Rooms 2
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2

Key Features

  • Detached Bungaow
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Spacious Reception Rooms
  • Conservatory
  • Beautifully Presented
  • Rural Views
  • Garage & Ample Parking
  • Sought After Location
  • Viewing Recommended
  • EPC Rating: D

About this property

OUTSTANDING RURAL VIEWS, DETACHED BUNGALOW POSITIONED WITHIN APPRXIMATLY 1 1/4 ACRES AND WITHIN EASY ACCESS TO THE LOCAL PEMBROKESHIRE COASTLINE SITUATED ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF THE SOUGHT AFTER SMALL TOWN OF NARBERTH........An opportunity to acquire a beautifully presented three bedroom detached bungalow offering ample living accommodation, situated on the edge of the popular village of Templeton, a sought after location on the outskirts of the bustling town of Narberth. The property is immaculately presented, positioned within approximately 1 1/4 acres to include a detached garage, summer house, paddock and ample parking.Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this unique opportunity, the accommodation briefly comprises: Hallway, lounge, Sunroom, kitchen/diner, conservatory, utility room, w.c, three double bedrooms and bathroom.Externally: Well-maintained gardens, enclosed paddock and panoramic rural views.LOCATION:Narberth or Arberth in Welsh plays a high profile in Welsh mythology. The former town hall still houses the cell where those involved in the Rebecca Riots were imprisoned. To learn more about the history of Narberth visit its brilliant museum. It is also home to several sporting teams, including Narberth RFC who currently play in the Welsh Championship and Narberth Football and Cricket club. Narberth is full to the brim with independent shops including craft and art galleries, bars and restaurants and boutiques. The town has everything you can need with health, dental, fitness and community centres and a Museum. Narberth is twinned with Ludlow and both towns celebrate an annual food festival which takes place on the fourth weekend of September every year. There is a regular bus service running to Haverfordwest, Carmarthen and the outlying villages and a railway station.






Utility Room







View: By appointment with the Agents Services: We have not checked or tested any of the Services or Appliances
Tenure: We are advised FREEHOLD
Tax: Band E
Oil fired central heating
Private drainage


Property added 30/04/2024