The couple bought a dilapidated farmhouse for £260,000 and turned it into a luxury family home worth £1.2 million
A couple bought a dilapidated farmhouse for £260,000 and turned it into an ideal family home worth £1.2 million.
This crumbling former farmhouse was snapped up by Rowland and Angela Doy in the rolling countryside of the National Park, with stunning waterfront views.
It has been luxuriously transformed into a stunning six-bedroom residence, just one mile from the picturesque beach.
Buyers hoping to snap up luxury homes will enjoy floor-to-ceiling windows and 360-degree panoramic views.
The lounge is located in the glass extension of the house, with doors leading directly to the garden terrace.
The master bedroom is located upstairs and has a Juliet balcony, a luxurious suite and a corridor with built-in wardrobes.
This architect-designed residence was completed eight years ago, with oak and glass stairs, and was built by the master carpenter James of Ratford Bridge.
The kitchen dining room is equipped with custom-made granite countertops, which is an ideal place to entertain at the large dining table.
The house has a total of six bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as a study room, a separate dining room, utility room and a double garage.
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It is located in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and is also equipped with a large agricultural shed including a game room.
Real estate agent JJ ??Morris said: “West View Farm is a modern architect-designed property that was completed in 2013 after a full redevelopment of the previous property.
“Located in arguably one of the most popular areas in Pembrokeshire, with views of Rock Castle and Newgal’s sea view, the property’s interior and exterior have reached the highest standards.”