• SPACIOUS 4/5 BED HOME IN SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE OF HOOK, WEST WALES
• CONTEMPORARY OPEN PLAN DESIGN WITH APPEALING NEUTRAL DCOR
• UNDERFLOOR HEATING, SOLAR PANELS AND RAINWATER HARVESTING
• LUXURY BATHROOM, SHOWER ROOM PLUS ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
• GROUND FLOOR PERMITS DISABLED ACCESS, INCL. BEDROOM AND BATHROOM
• IDEAL FOR A FAMILY OR MULTIGENERATIONAL USE WITH GROUND FLOOR SUITE
• GARAGE WITH PARTIALLY COMPLETED STUDY/OFFICE
Custom designed and built to exacting standards using high quality materials, The Wickets was constructed approximately 7 years ago as a bespoke, village home with contemporary layout and designer features. The creative use of brick, render and local stone in both the house and garage, as well as in the dwarf stone walls and garden accents, adds interest and character, setting the property apart from a standard build home.
Underfloor heating to the ground floor with zonal controls, solar panels providing hot water, with rainwater harvesting supplying water to the bath and shower rooms, help ensure the home is energy efficient. Attractive UPVC doors and windows throughout. Oak interior doors with modern chrome door furniture. TV connections to most rooms.
The fixtures and fittings are top quality throughout and the home features large picture windows, Velux roof windows and an open plan design along with neutral, attractive dcor creating a light, bright, highly stylised home with timeless appeal.
Hook is a highly sought after, medium-sized village with a very friendly community situated on the Western Cleddau, Pembrokeshire. Approximately 4 miles distant is the market town of Haverfordwest with a full range of shops, grocery superstores and a retail complex that includes M&S, Debenhams and Laura Ashley, as well as local inns, restaurants, medical and dental facilities including a hospital.
The pretty village, winner of a Pride in Pembrokeshire Award in 2017 for its ongoing community development, is perched on the banks of the Western Cleddau and surrounded by woodlands and a riverside environment that is of such quality that much of it has National Park status and international recognition as being of special interest.
In years gone by high quality anthracite was mined and exported all over the world from this small village and it is even said that Queen Victoria had such high regard for the virtually smokeless Hook anthracite that she would have no other fuel in the Royal palaces. Sixty years after the demise of the mining industry Hook is a picturesque, tranquil village with a well regarded school; two places of worship; a thriving social club and a wide range of organisations and activities ranging from the annual Hook Fest, a History Society and an art club to short mat bowls, Nordic Walking and a long established cricket club which boasts trophy winning men's, ladies' and junior teams.
To the front of the property is a gravelled driveway with raised borders and feature stone dwarf wall to one side. There is ample carparking/turning space in this area and an archway leads through to the rear garden. This garden is well sheltered and private and comprises a terrace area with pergola over, good size lawn and raised borders - again with feature stone walling - and a variety of shrubs. The terrace area continue to a pedestrian path which leads around the other side of the house. There is outside lighting cleverly concealed within the dwarf wall of the Conservatory.
Immaculately presented 4/5 Bedroom House
Constructed 4 years ago to an extremely high standard.
Well laid out gardens with ample parking
Special Notes Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Council Tax Band F 1407 p.a.