This Georgian home for sale sits by a riverside with “abundant” wildlife and was once the house for a paper mill.
Mill House, in Haverfordwest, is Grade II listed and dates back to the late 1700s or early 1800s.
The building was the mill house to Predergast Mill, which was originally a cotton mill and in 1816 became a paper mill.
The house sits in approximately seven acres of grounds and comes with a separate cottage, which is currently used as a holiday rental.
The mill house had become derelict, but 36 years ago the current owners restored it and transformed it into a family home.
Entering the property, the hall leads to a large reception room with an original fireplace, while on the other side of the hall is a dining room, currently used as a music room, also featuring a fireplace and a hatch for food being served.
Next to the dining room is the kitchen/dining room, which has its own fireplace and two walk-in pantries.
On the first floor, the master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and two fireplaces, while each of the other two bedrooms on this level also feature original fireplaces, plus a family bathroom.
There are a further three bedrooms on the top floor of the property, bringing the total to six, along with another shower room.
The grounds of the property span approximately seven acres, and are described as an “integral part of the magic” of the property, with woodlands, paddocks and an orchard, sitting on a riverside.
The vendors commented: “Thirty six years ago the Mill was derelict, but we could see the potential and that it could become a superb family home.
“We fell in love with the serenity of its riverside setting, the Georgian bridge over the mill leat, and the space that the seven acres of woodland, paddock, and orchard. It has been a delightful and happy home.
“It has been the perfect place for the family, with room for everyone to come together, and space for individual down time when needed. The attached holiday cottage has been a successful holiday let or somewhere to accommodate overflow guests.”
The property is being sold by Fine & Country for a price of £850,000.
The agent said: “In a serene riverside setting with seven acres of woodlands, paddock and orchard the house has been restored to the highest of standards, retaining original mouldings, fire places, and transforming it into a welcoming and special place to live, with all the comforts of twenty first century living.
“The garden is an integral part of the magic of Mill House, and merges from the house into a charming wilderness.
“It offers so much joyful outdoor activity from fishing, boating, wandering through the orchard and woodland, to watching the abundant bird and wildlife.”