Dream house untouched since 1970s goes on sale with gorgeous Welsh coast views

Fancy owning your own dream house giving you stunning views of the Welsh coast?

Well today is your lucky day.

This breathtaking property, on a two-acre plot on the cliff above the gorgeous Pembrokeshire coast, is currently on sale.

The unique house was designed and built in the 1970s and has been untouched ever since.

The home offers panoramic views of the surrounding cliffs and protruding headlands into the sparkling blue waters. Below is also the pretty and cute harbour village of Abercastle.

This sheltered, naturally formed cove has an abundance of sand revealed at low tide which lucky locals can make the most of.

Mesmerising sea and coastal views are available to the lucky homeowner from every window and doorway possible.

This is because the main rooms have been positioned at a jaunty angle to make sure that each space gets a stunning sea view without getting in the way of each other.

The retro home also has a unique shape, as it was was built along the slope of the land rather than fighting against it.

An alpine-inspired design outside also sees a multi-tiered garden with terraces and lawns, which all offering an uninterrupted but unique angle from which to enjoy the gorgeous sunsets over the sea.

There is a vast amount of space inside the house and it's interior design is inspired by different decades, including a number of iconic and genuine pieces from the 1970s, which will now rarely available in any house for sale in Wales.

One of the most delightful features is the original kitchen with it's iconic silver handles and nostalgic built-in bench seating.

A retro bathroom also features a classic avocado suite in the master ensuite that comes complete with a bidet and striking, patterned pattern tiles. Meanwhile, the main bathroom boasts a pretty and calming lavender suite.

The reception all lie at the front of the house to get the best views possible, while the sleeping accommodation is mainly at the back of the property.

There are two double bedrooms on the first floor, with one positioned at the coastal end of the landing, which also provides a great view.

Meanwhile, the master bedroom s on the ground floor and has a corner of glass, including a glass door out onto a patio. The impressive bedroom has a dedicated dressing room too, as well as an gorgeous ensuite.

The fourth bedroom, a bathroom and a study is also next to the master bedroom on the ground floor.

At the front of the house is a substantial lounge, dining room and kitchen, including a pantry and utility room off the kitchen.

All of the main reception spaces are connected via a doorway and all have stunning sea and coastal views through patio doors, picture windows and a whole wall of glass in the lounge.

Internal walls of glass and floor-to-ceiling windows placed strategically allow access to the views, even from the inner hallway.

Website Visit Pembrokeshire says this impressive solid stone structure is a fine example of a cromlech, an exposed Neolithic burial chamber. Legend states St Samson placed the capstone into position using only his finger.

The house is only nine miles away from the cathedral city of St David's, the smallest city in Britain, and the town of Haverfordwest is just a short drive through the gorgeous Pembrokeshire countryside.

The house has just gone on the market for £1.2m with estate agent R K Lucas at their Haverfordwest branch and is sure to be popular. Those interested can call them on 01437 762538.

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