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Lilac Close, Milford Haven, SA73

  • 5 beds
Detached house


  • 5 beds
Detached house
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A well presented detached property with countryside views is located on a cul-de-sac in the periphery of Milford Haven town, close to all schools and amenities.

The accommodation comprises of lower ground floor garage, second reception room, utility area, storage room. Ground Floor lounge, kitchen/dining area with patio doors onto the balcony seating area that benefits from far reaching countryside views. three bedrooms, bathroom, shower room. First floor two further bedrooms. Property has double glazing and gas central heating.

Externally to the front is a low wall with gated entrance to a brick block driveway which offers ample vehicular parking and gives access to the garage. A separate brick block pathway leads up to steps to the entrance porch. To the front is a garden mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and a side pathway that leads to a rear enclosed garden which is split over two levels and is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees, shrubs and flower borders. There are two seating areas ideal for Al fresco dining or a morning coffee.

Milford Haven has the largest port in Wales and the third-largest port in the United Kingdom. It also has a popular Marina with accompanying Restaurant, Wine Bar, and boutique shops. The town itself has a historic late 18th and 19th centuries core based on a grid pattern, located between Hubberston Pill and Castle Pill and extending inland for 500 metres. Milford Haven's 20th-century expansion took in several other settlements. Hakin and Hubberston are older and situated to the west of the main town. The town also benefits from a variety of shops and supermarkets, leisure centre, primary and secondary schools, and the Torch Theatre and Cinema.

VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents. TENURE: FreeholdSERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.Property has Mains Drainage, Mains Electric, Mains Water, Mains GasHEATING: Gas Central HeatingTAX: Band EWe would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externallyMM/CPS/04/24/Ok EJLFACEBOOK & TWITTERBe sure to follow us on Twitter: @ WWPropshttps://www.facebook.com/westwalesproperties/

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