Do you love looking around dream homes online – the mansions, the period properties, the high-tech new builds, the celebrity interior designer rooms and the Hollywood inspired fantasy homes? Yup, so do we, and we regularly feature stunning homes on our website, but our new ‘Featured Property’ series of blogs is going to show you lovely homes in wonderful locations that are more in the realms of reality!
Nothing wrong with dreaming of the perfect property to buy when you win the lottery, but until then follow our series of beautiful homes in or near beautiful places in the UK. Today we look at Conway House in Milford Haven, in the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire in Wales, a popular place to live and to stay for a holiday – lovely!
Let Martin Jones from estate agents John Francis, tell you more
“Conway House is a large detached house with 4 bedrooms and the potential to add a 5th very easily.With spacious rooms throughout and a real eye for detail it would suit the larger, professional families looking for their forever home.
“Being so close to the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline the attraction for caravans/campers and boats is large, and Conway House has more than enough off-road parking to accommodate. With an attractive stone and render outlook to the front the external aspect is visually pleasing, but nothing compared to the magnificent interior, which has been done with such quality and vision it will surely impress even the most critical of viewers!”
“The living space is plentiful and you can see why even the largest of families would be comfortable here, and that continues throughout the property. Overall Conway House is a highly impressive property, in a respected and convenient residential location.” For further property details, please visit the website.
Milford Haven and Pembrokeshire
Although best known recently for its Oil Refinery, Milford Haven is situated in one of the most beautiful counties in Wales, if not the UK – Pembrokeshire. On the banks of a very impress natural waterway, the area has been a key location throughout history, with campaigns conducted from the Haven including invasions of Ireland by Henry II in 1171 and Cromwell in 1649. In 1485, Henry VII landed at the Milford Haven Waterway before marching on England to the Battle of Bosworth, the death of Richard III, and the start of the Tudor dynasty. In 1802 Lord Nelson visited Milford Haven and declared it as one of the finest harbours ever seen.
As part of the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline, Milford Haven is close to stunning beaches, historic castles and intriguing landmarks and the UK’s only coastal national park. A relaxing and convenient place to live, as well as a gorgeous area to stay on holiday.
All pictures from www.visitwales.com