Sutton Lodge is an elegant Georgian Mansion dating back to the 1700s and mentioned in Francis Jones' Historic Pembrokeshire Homes. Set in approximately 4.25 acres of grounds incorporating formal lawns, woodland, meadow and a walled garden. The house is of generous proportions and has previously been used as a country hotel and restaurant and also an equestrian facility. The property has undergone comprehensive and extensive regeneration since 2007.
The main house has 7 double bedrooms (5 en-suite), 7 bathrooms and a superb 17m L-shaped lounge and orangery. Accessed from one side is a self-contained one bedroom duplex apartment, ideal for staff quarters or an independent family member.
The property is located on the outskirts of Haverfordwest within the unspoilt rural landscape of Pembrokeshire. The property is ideally located to access both the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline, with its fine beaches, underwater marine park and coastal path and the Preseli hills, famous for providing the blue stones of Stonehenge.
The extensive and spacious accommodation briefly comprises; a grand entrance/dining hall, formal lounge, orangery, study, day room/library, kitchen/dining room, utility room, shower room and cloakroom to the ground floor with master bedroom suite (with superb contemporary bathroom and balcony) to the first floor, a family bathroom and a further 6 bedrooms (4 ensuite), two of which have access to the terrace. The 1 bedroom annexe has an open plan lounge/kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.
To the front of the property a tree lined driveway leads to the house and the parking area. There is a garage to the side of the house and also several useful storage buildings. To the rear of the property is a walled garden, recently renovated, with a well.
ENTRANCE HALL 33' 8 x 15' 1 (10.26m x 4.6m)
FORMAL LOUNGE & ORANGERY 56' 1 max x 28' 7 max (17.09m max x 8.71m max)
STUDY 13' 6 x 12' 7 (4.11m x 3.84m)
REAR LOBBY 4' 7 x 4' 5 (1.4m x 1.35m)
CLOAKROOM 8' 6 x 4' 6 (2.59m x 1.37m)
INNER VESTIBULE 15' 2 x 7' 9 (4.62m x 2.36m)
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 26' 6 x 15' 8 (8.08m x 4.78m)
DAY ROOM/LIBRARY 22' 4 x 15' 6 (6.81m x 4.72m)
UTILITY ROOM 14' 9 max x 13' max (4.5m max x 3.96m max)
SHOWER ROOM 5' 10 x 3' 10 (1.78m x 1.17m)
LANDING 59' 9 x 16' 8 max (18.21m x 5.08m max)
MASTER BEDROOM 22' 9 x 15' 4 (6.93m x 4.67m)
ENSUITE BATHROOM 15' 2 x 14' 10 (4.62m x 4.52m)
BEDROOM 2 16' x 11' 1 (4.88m x 3.38m)
ENSUITE BATHROOM 10' 11 x 5' 9 (3.33m x 1.75m)
BEDROOM 3 14' 7 x 12' 7 (4.44m x 3.84m)
ENSUITE BATHROOM 8' 9 x 5' 11 (2.67m x 1.8m)
BEDROOM 4 16' 9 x 11' 5 (5.11m x 3.48m)
ENSUITE BATHROOM 10' 5 x 5' 11 (3.18m x 1.8m)
BEDROOM 5 11' x 8' 9 (3.35m x 2.67m)
FAMILY BATHROOM 10' 9 x 6' (3.28m x 1.83m)
BEDROOM 6 15' 4 x 8' 10 (4.67m x 2.69m)
BEDROOM 7 12' 5 x 11' 11 (3.78m x 3.63m)
ENSUITE BATHROOM 10' 6 x 5' (3.2m x 1.52m)
OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/LIVING ROOM 18' 2 max x 13' (5.54m max x 3.96m)
BEDROOM 8 11' 2 x 11' (3.4m x 3.35m)
ENSUITE BATHROOM 10' 11 max x 4' 4 (3.33m max x 1.32m)
EXTERNALLY A stone paved and walled patio leads out from the orangery to a formal lawn with steps up to the field beyond. The patio wraps around the side of the orangery with a covered walkway leading through to the walled garden. The secluded and private walled garden has a Georgian design with paved walkways leading between raised beds with the focal feature being the circular seating area, perfect for entertaining. To one end is a pergola with raised decking. The original water well provides another focal feature and has been rebuilt and fitted with a metal safety grill. Two useful garden storage sheds are located under the sun terrace and steps lead up from the walled garden to the rear balcony and terrace.
The grounds extend in all to approximately 4.25 acres. There is a stream boundary to the field at the front of the house and a natural spring in one corner. The drive and grounds are bordered with mature trees including several horse chestnuts and copper beech. There is separate gated access in the field to the west of the property.
Sutton Lodge dates back to the 1780's and is mentioned in Francis Jones' Historic Pembrokeshire Homes. Prior to restoration Sutton Lodge was used as a country hotel and restaurant and also as an equestrian facility.
GARAGE 16' 9 x 11' 2 (5.11m x 3.4m)
We are advised that the property is Freehold. Pembrokeshire County Council Tax Band G.
Mains water and electricity. LPG gas fired central heating fed from a commercial tank buried in the walled garden. Private drainage. Underfloor heating to the ground floor and master suite. Solid oak doors throughout. Broad band connection. 3 amp lighting circuits to all principal rooms. Ornate dental block plaster coving throughout. Burglar alarm system.