This period home for sale comes with its own woodlands and a historical gardener’s cottage. 

Hazel Grove, in Haverfordwest, was built in the late 1800s and sits in a private position with walled gardens and ancient trees. 

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The sitting room. (Country Living Group)

Throughout the home there are period features such as mosaic floors, sash windows with shutters, and feature fireplaces. 

Entering the property, the porch overlooks the gardens and contains quarry tiling, which gives way to mosaic quarry tiles in the main hallway. 

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The conservatory. (Country Living Group )

The sitting room has working sash windows with original shutters, and a fireplace with space for a wood-burning stove, while opposite the sitting room is the living room, a similarly sized space with a wood-burning stove and double doors to the conservatory. 

The conservatory is finished in the style of an orangery, with blinds fitted to the roof panels and views over the walled gardens. 

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Period features of the property include original shutters and fireplaces. (Country Living Group)

The kitchen and diner sits to the rear of the property, with a door to the back garden and the potential to extend the kitchen area into the dining area. 

Completing the ground floor is a reception room which could be used as a home office or bedroom with a feature fireplace, plus a boot room and a utility room with a cloakroom. 

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One of the five bedrooms. (Country Living Group)

A wooden staircase leads upstairs, where there is a skylight on the landing and a primary bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and a feature fireplace. 

A further four bedrooms sit on this level, three of which also include feature fireplaces, and a family bathroom. 

Moving outside, the grounds are a prominent feature of the property, with ancient woodlands bordering the driveway leading up to the house. 

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The walled gardens. (Country Living Group)

To the east of the property is the walled garden, planted with mature trees and shrubs, and just outside the walls are the ruins of  Nolton’s Cottage, which is thought to have originally been a gardener’s cottage. 

Surrounding the gardens are approximately twelve acres of woodlands, and in a clearing is a lawned front garden with an ancient apple tree, timber stables and a large workshop/garage. 

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The property sits in 12 acres of woodlands. (Country Living Group)

The property is being sold by Country Living Group for a price of £750,000. 

The agent said: “Travelling up the winding drive to Hazel Grove, you get a feel for the remarkable position that this home occupies.

“Built in the late 1800s the five bedroom property enjoys a level of privacy and seclusion rare even in this pristine part of rural Pembrokeshire.”