Couple buy rundown farmhouse for £260k and turn it into luxurious family home worth £1.2MILLION

A COUPLE who bought a rundown farmhouse for £260,00 have turned it into a desirable family home worth £1.2million.

The crumbling former farmhouse was snapped up by Rowland and Angela Doy in the rolling national park countryside with stunning seaside views.

It underwent a luxury makeover to become a stunning six-bedroom home just one mile from a picturesque beach.

And after ten years of work West View Farm is now on the for £1.2m along with 16 acres of countryside and impressive views of a nearby castle at Roch, Pembrokeshire, in Wales.

Buyers hoping to snap up the luxury home will be treated to floor-to-ceiling windows and 360-degree panoramic views.

The lounge is found in the glass extension of the house with doors that lead directly to a garden terrace.

A master bedroom can be found upstairs with a Juliet balcony, plush ensuite and a corridor of built-in wardrobes.

The architect-designed home was completed eight years ago and features an oak wood and glass staircase created by master joiners James of Ratford Bridge.

A kitchen diner comes complete with bespoke granite worktops and is the perfect spot to host at the large dining table.

The home has six bedrooms and five bathrooms in total along with a study, a separate dining room, utility room and a double garage.

It sits in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and also comes with a large agricultural shed that includes a games room.

Estate agents JJ Morris said: "West View Farm is a modern architect designed property completed in 2013, after a full rebuild of the previous property.

"Located in arguably one of Pembrokeshire's most popular areas, with views over Roch Castle & Sea views towards Newgale, the property was completed to the highest of standards both inside and out."

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