Sold (STC) £500,000
Sunnybank is a majestic period property in need of sympathetic renovation to restore this home to its former glory. This proud semi detached home is positioned facing South West with nearly every room boasting incredible views over the most southerly point of Gower, the rocky point of Port Eynon, rugged green cliffs and the open Bristol channel. Just paces away from the sandy beach of Horton and within a short walk from Slade and Port Eynon, Sunnybank truly is one of the last remaining Gower treasures.
The main entrance is via a porch which is nestled perfectly in between the bay windows leading to the hall with Olde English Floor tiles and pitch pine staircase.
There are two generous reception rooms with bay windows which take full advantage of the breath-taking outlook.
The kitchen is spacious with ample room to accommodate a large dining set. There is a door leading to the utility room with shower room and doors to both the front and rear of the property.
You are greeted to the first floor by a superb stained-glass widow, there are two large double bedrooms with bay windows and the views becoming even more impressive as you move upward.
The third bedroom is the smaller of the three and is positioned in the middle with the family shower room located at the end of the landing.
The 2nd floor has incredible potential but sadly is now redundant for the most part. It has a generous bedroom with the most spectacular views, bathroom, kitchen and dining room / bedroom again with breath-taking views.
Externally to the front, apart from the coastal views and easy access to the beach, the property offers driveway parking for several cars, single garage, patio and garden with the most inviting grape arbour.
The back is largely overgrown however if cut back would reveal a small area to service the rear of the property.
Horton is situated in the heart of the Gower countryside with coastal/woodland walks and array of sandy beaches offering an outstanding coastline with many majestic bays and interesting coves to explore. Famed for becoming Britain's first designated area of natural outstanding beauty and popular with locals and tourists alike. With rugged
coastal walks and large expanse of family friendly, sandy beaches, coastal shops and beach side cafes. With Horton Bay on your doorstep which is popular with families and both the surfing and fishing community, remaining relatively quiet throughout the year and offering the perfect environment for young families and retirees alike.
Gower itself is also blessed with Tudor Castles, Medieval Churches, Heritage Centres and family run pubs and restaurants which attract loyal patrons from far and wide.
The charming coastal village of Mumbles is just a short distance away and is located to the west of The City of Swansea. The village itself offers a full array of quality restaurants and individual boutiques with beach side promenade that meanders along the coast with coffee shops, parks and ice cream parlours en-route.
Alongside our award winning Gower Peninsula is the Marina and Swansea city which offers an abundance of shops, activities, dining, entertainment and sporting facilities. Swansea also has excellent links to Cardiff and London.
Whilst these particulars are believed to be accurate, they are set for guidance only and do not constitute any part of a formal contract. Dawsons have not checked the service availability of any appliances or central heating boilers which are included in the sale.