Handsome House set in about 18 acres
Danderwen House is a handsome country house thought to date c.1880 set in a delightful rural setting in the ever popular county of Pembrokeshire. The house is set in its own extensive grounds and gardens together with stables and a workshop, pasture fields, areas of woodland and about 1600 yards (stms - subject to measured survey) of single bank fishing on the Eastern Cleddau River that runs at the bottom of the valley (and 2 reserved rods on the Rosebush reservoir). In all the property extends to about 18 acres (stms) and is a registered smallholding. The property has benefitted from a new oil central heating system and boiler (2017) that provides central heating in all of the main accommodation rooms, hall and landing (with the exception of the utility room and study).
Accommodation Ground Floor
Entrance Porch with a stone flagged floor, coving to the ceiling and inner glazed door with glazed side panels in etched glass.
Hall with stone flagged floor, under stairs cupboard, and stairs to first floor. Cloakroom with pine panelled walls, WC and corner hand basin.
Drawing room. This room is south facing and has French doors opening to the front. JetMaster open fire and storage heater, coving to ceiling, exposed floorboards and door to:
Dining room. The dining room has 2 windows to the north and 1 to the west, a new (2016) 8 kW Stovax Huntingdon 35 wood-burning stove set in an attractive slate fireplace, storage heater, original display shelving and exposed floorboards.
Sitting room. A south facing room with French doors opening to the front. There is a serving hatch to the kitchen and a new (2017) 12 kW Woodwarm Fireview multi-fuel stove with a slate fireplace and exposed floorboards.
Kitchen. Generously fitted kitchen with units by English Rose, including base units, one with carousel, one with foldout mixer stand, one with slide out wire basket and wall units. The work surfaces are in green onyx finish and incorporate a fold away Belling four ring hob and a double bowl stainless steel sink unit, Sphinx ceramic floor tiles and open suspended wooden ceiling, double oven, oil fired AGA in forest green. Plumbing for dishwasher. Door to: Scullery. Ceramic tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine, butler sink, old chimney fawr (inglenook) and bread oven. Door to:
Office/Study or Bedroom 5 (currently used for storage) with curved ceiling, south facing window, windows to east and north, Grant Vortex oil-fired condensing boiler for central heating and hatch to cellar area beneath. Back door leading to a slate flagged area with raised beds and stone retaining walls.
Main Bedroom. South facing with Door to: En suite Bathroom. White free standing bath, corner shower cubicle, WC and washbasin, heated towel rail and window storage box. Door to: Dressing room, Built in clothes hanging rails and shelving. Walk in airing room.
Bedroom 2 South facing with views down the valley and open fireplace and including hand basin and light.
Bedroom 3 South facing with hand basin and shaver light.
Staircase to attic floor.
Bedroom 4 with hand basin and shaver light. North and west facing windows.
Bathroom with a new (2018) suite of bath, hand basin and WC. Shower over bath supplied by domestic hot water from the AGA as per the main bedroom en suite shower cubicle.
Second Floor Attic
There is a Velux window to the front giving far reaching countryside views and a dormer window to the rear. The roof is insulated and the floor is insulated. The attic has been used for storage and overflow sleeping accommodation.
There is a gravelled drive in front of the house and a gravelled courtyard to the rear with ample parking space. The front garden falls away in terraces with stone walls to a newly planted orchard. To the rear is a useful stable building built of stone including two loose boxes of a good size, with power
and light and a lean-to wood store. This building has the potential for other uses. Further outbuildings include a workshop with power and light and shed both with further adjoining wood stores.
Handsome country house with land & fishingDaniel Rees