Savills | Lle Bryony, Parrog Road, Newport, Dyfed, SA42 0RG | Properties for sale | New Developments for sale
Guide price £425,000 -​ £465,000(12.345.715.214 ₫ -​ 13.507.664.882 ₫)

Lle BryonyParrog Road, Newport, Dyfed, SA42 0RG

  • New development

Key features

  • 3 & 4 bedroom homes
  • Newly complete and ready for occupation
  • Popular coastal location within Pembrokeshire National Park
  • Balcony, terrace and/ or low maintenance garden
  • Sea views with close proximity to village amenities
  • Off street parking for two cars per home
  • Fully integrated kitchens from Howdens
  • Flexible layouts ideal for holiday homes
  • En suite shower rooms and spacious bathrooms

An exclusive collection of just four charmingly converted and newly built properties in the picturesque setting of Newport, Pembrokeshire.

About this property

  • Lle Bryony emerges from the site of the former Newport Pottery, located conveniently just a short distance along Parrog Road from the beach and the village centre.

    The homes in this exclusive development have been designed to enjoy not only the sea and surrounding countryside views, but also with a view to the desirability and practicality of a coastal lifestyle. The interiors offer flexible living, entertaining or working potential and include inverted layouts.

    Plots 1 & 2 reimagine the old pottery buildings with sensitively styled exteriors in the original stone and clapboard siding. Please note Plot 1 is now reserved.

    Plots 3 & 4 are both detached with terraces, balconies and low maintenance gardens.

50% now sold. Come along to Lle Bryony this Saturday for an Open House between 12pm and 4pm. Don't miss out.

Elizabeth BeaudetteProperty agent

Local information

  • Newport is a picturesque village which reliably attracts visitors and long term residents alike thanks to its wondrous setting and unspoilt charm.
  • Nestled in one of the most scenic stretches of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, sitting at the mouth of the River Nevern, Newport is a coastal haven and the estuary is home to sandy beaches and rugged inlets.
  • The landscape is no less dramatic inland as the edge of the Preseli Hills provide equal splendour. The mythic Carningli peak provides 360 degree views of the village, coast and wild Pembrokeshire tundra.
  • The village itself is full of historic stone buildings offering a range of boutiques, pubs and eateries, making it an idyllic and convenient location.