Architect designed and built in the 1980's, Beechwood Park offers 4/5 bedrooms and plenty of living space. It would be perfect for an active family. The paddock that extends to about 13.5 acres would be ideal for anyone looking for an equestrian property, or wants to live the 'Good Life'. The popular town of Narberth is only two minutes drive away. Recently featured in the Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in the UK, Narberth has a railway station, bus services, primary school, small supermarkets, and a wide range of independent shops. There are also pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities. Two minutes drive in the other direction is the A40 with its link to the end of the M4, which is about 35-40 minutes drive away.
Beechwood Park has been finished to a high standard. The house has an open and airy feel, and is flooded with natural light from the hardwood windows and patio doors. There are wonderful rural views from all of the principal rooms, and from the terraces in the delightful garden.
Situated in a glorious location on the rural fringes of the bustling market town of Narberth is Beechwood Park, an imposing country residence that was built in the late 1980s. "I would say that it was the quality of the house that originally attracted me to Beechwood Park, " says the owner. "It was built by a local builder and it's plain to see that in every area of its construction he has spared no expense; it's a house that definitely has the 'wow' factor."
"I initially bought the property as a business opportunity, as in my mind it lent itself to further development, ". "However, circumstances changed and so I decided to make it my home, and I have to say that it has been a wonderful place to live for the past seventeen years."
One enters Beechwood Park into a grand reception hall, which features marble flooring and a beautiful teak spiral staircase that leads up to an open gallery where the current owners display their collection of artwork. It is a wonderful introduction to the sense of space and elegance that flows through this beautiful home. "i'd say that all of the rooms are stand out rooms, ". "Each one is generously proportioned and they all have an array of lovely features, and the easy layout makes it a very comfortable house to live in."
This exceptional home is enveloped by around twelve acres of attractive grounds, which incorporate a formal garden and a large expanse of pastureland. "We designed the garden with ease of maintenance in mind, ". "It's mainly laid to lawn, but we also have a huge patio for relaxing and entertaining, and the entire space takes in the magnificent views of the surrounding countryside."
Favourite room: "The large living room is a particularly stunning part of the house, ". "As you enter you are faced with huge windows and a large patio door that opens onto the terrace; the views of the grounds and the spectacular landscape beyond are brought right into the room."
Favourite aspect of the grounds or surrounding area: "The house itself is spacious and comfortable, and the setting is extremely private and exceptionally beautiful, ". "We have extensive views in every direction, and it's a real joy to be able to take a gentle stroll across the fields into the town."
Memorable event (if not another favourite room or unique feature): "The living room and dining room both have patio doors leading out onto the large terrace, ", "so during the warmer months we can create an almost seamless connection between inside and out."
What they'll miss most / why they are leaving: "I think what we'll miss most about the house is the sheer quality, ", "and it's something that I think will be extremely hard to find again. We have enjoyed welcoming guests into the house and seeing their spontaneous reactions to both the house and the spectacular surroundings; the absolute beauty of both that I suppose we have come to take for granted."