• unparalleled frontline living in pembrokeshire national park• panoramic, uninterrupted, stunning sea and coastal views• five bed/five bath house with two bed guest wing or holiday let• unique design features including indoor/outdoor bathrooms• salt water infinity pool & bath, putting green, steam room• open plan layout with 8 metres of fully retractable doors• garage/carport, parking, boat shed / workshop, gardens• direct path access to ' the burrows' wildlife sanctuary & beach• eco features include solar panels and rainwater harvestingOverviewBuilt originally in 1920, this charming beach chalet has been sensitively modernized and extended to provide a deceptively large family home with a self-contained guest wing below.
The accommodation provides 7 ensuite bedrooms in total, featuring expansive open plan living areas with walls of retractable windows providing stunning, panoramic views over the infinity pool, putting green, and over the dunes to the sensational Freshwater Bay coastline below.
The layout over two floors affords great flexibility for use – a family home with guest and family accommodation, a holiday hide-away, or holiday letting potential as the self contained annex has its own private access and parking.
Live in either home and rent the other, or holiday let both for a lucrative income opportunity.
Both are appealing with unique luxury features and unbeatable views in one of the best coastal locations in the UK.
Positioned discreetly within the dunes of Freshwater East bay, part of the Pembrokeshire National Park, this hidden gem has its own path directly onto the golden sands of a safe sandy beach.
Here one can forget the stresses of every day life as nothing intrudes on the beauty and tranquillity of this idyllic location, except the welcome sounds of the sea and native coastal birds.
Approached by a private driveway, Mount Severn is set within private, landscaped grounds incorporating an extensive variety of Mediterranean plants and shrubs.
With panoramic sea and coastal views (that include the Gower Peninsular and as far as the North Devon and Somerset coast), from all principal rooms, an elevated terrace with salt water infinity heated swimming pool, unique totally private position, plus comfortable spacious accommodation, Mount Severn is a very unique and appealing property.
LocationFreshwater East village is situated next to a sheltered bay to the south of Lamphey in the south west of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park 9 miles from the historic seaside walled town of Tenby.
It remains a quiet area popular with walkers and naturists who enjoy the coast path along the headlands which in either direction is a delight.
Walk east to remote Swanlake Bay and further to Manorbier to see the striking red sandstone cliffs, west to Stackpole Quay and on to Barafundle Beach.
The bay is broad and wide with a dune backed sandy beach with sheltered rocky sections on the east side.
The area is abundant in marine and birdlife, with the dunes behind the beach designated as a local nature reserve called 'The Burrows'.
There is a local pub with the nearest shop, bakery and petrol station a mile away in the village of Lamphey.
Pembroke – a medieval fortified town with historic castle and a main street of fine old buildings, has a variety of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants as well as supermarkets an all other necessary facilities of a small town, and is approximately 4 miles distant.
Mount Severn has easy access via the main A477 trunk road to the M4 motorway system with a comfortable commute to Cardiff approximately 90 miles away, London and central England.