Stunning secluded 11-bed mansion nestled between two cliffs on market for £2.5m – The Sun

Stunning secluded 11-bed mansion nestled between two cliffs on market for £2.5m – The Sun

November 7, 2019

A STUNNING Welsh mansion flanked by dramatic cliffs is on sale for £2.5 million.

The 11-bedroom Waterwynch House has a serene atmosphere overlooking the sandy beaches on the Pembrokeshire coast and it has been let out for luxury family retreats since 2013.



The property, which is two miles from the seaside town Tenby, also has a wedding licence.

It is set in 26 acres of gardens and laid out over three floors with each of the principal rooms arranged to take advantage of the sea views.

There are eleven bedrooms each served by its own designated bath/shower room, arranged over the first and second floors.







HISTORY OF THE HOME

In the late 1810s, the artist Charles Norris was given a lease over a plot of land by the Burgess of Tenby, in recognition of his work in promoting the town.

It was a condition of the lease that he had to build a house costing no less than £200, the equivalent of approximately £19,000 today, within 2 years and in 1820 Waterwynch House was built.

In 1920, it became the residence of Lord and Lady Risdale into whose family Sir Stanley Baldwin was married and who spent many holidays there.

Waterwynch House was converted into a hotel during the 1980s and was substantially restored to its former residential glory by the previous owners.




 



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