Live out a Victorian dream in this 1800s townhouse right on the seafront, which is up for sale for £1.15m.
Castle View House, which is currently used as a Tenby coast holiday let, lives up to its name, providing sweeping views of Tenby Castle and Castle Hill.
Tenby Castle, which was built by Normans in the 12th century, is known for a 10-week siege in the 1600s wherein a unit of Royalist rebels were starved into surrendering.
The terraced house is Grade II-listed and features a dentil cornice and parapet, as well as sash windows and a square-headed doorway.
On the ground floor, the property contains a kitchen with pantry and dry store, a dining room, a lobby, a utility room and a sun room.
Upstairs, the first floor holds a living room, a television room, two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and a laundry room.
The top floor contains an additional six bedrooms, with six bathrooms, and the bottom two floors also include an extension containing several separate rooms.
Castle View House is being sold by estate agents John Francis, who have it listed for £1.15m.
The estate agent commented: “A unique opportunity to purchase a very substantial early Victorian seafront townhouse with stunning views of the iconic Tenby harbour area, together with associated buildings ripe for commercial development.
“Currently the main house is a very successful eight bedroom, eight bathroom self-catering holiday let. It could also be an amazing family home with income generated by the rest of the property.
“It has generously proportioned rooms and retains some fine original features.”
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