“Exquisite” manor house made from Whitland Abbey stones offers luxurious living for £1.5m

By Chloe Shakesby   |   Property writer   |
Friday 15th July 2022 10:52 am
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The property has more than a dozen rooms and six acres of grounds. (Fine & Country )

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This manor house built from the ruins of Whitland Abbey offers a games room, a wine cellar and artist’s studio with a price tag of £1,500,000.

Abbey Home Farm was built in 1840 using stone from the historic Whitland Abbey, which was a site of Welsh resistance against the English crown, eventually being dissolved by King Henry VIII in 1539.

The property includes a walled garden which contains remains of the Abbey, including the old cloisters.

The house itself features more than a dozen rooms, with the ground floor comprising a reception room, a dining room, a study, a living room, a kitchen/breakfast room, a utility room, two WCs and an office, as well as a grand entrance hall and a wine cellar below.

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The main reception room showcases the opulence of the property. (Fine & Country )

Upstairs there are six double bedrooms, four bathrooms - including one en-suite and two Jack-and-Jill bathrooms - and a gym/games room, plus an artist’s studio space on the top floor.

The outbuilding includes a garage with two workshops and a stable, and the grounds span six acres.

To the front of the house is a courtyard and front lawn, while the rear garden boasts a patio and access to a three-acre paddock, the walled garden, another paddock and a stream.

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As well as the rear garden, the property includes two paddocks and a walled garden with remains from Whitland Abbey. (Fine & Country )

The property has been put on the market by estate agents Fine & Country.

Michelle Thomas of Fine & Country said: “This exquisite, luxurious six double bedroom home is set in around six acres of its own private land, including a walled garden with remains from Whitland Abbey.

“With over 5,400 sq ft of living space, this is a historic building built from stone c1840 from the ruins of Whitland Abbey.”


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