This “expansive” period farmhouse for sale includes reclaimed royal yacht parts and more than 40 acres of land. 

Winter Hall, in Pembroke, sits in large grounds that include pasture, woodlands, and a ‘wildlife island’ in a lake, while the house itself offers character features throughout. 

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The living room. (Country Living Group )

Entering the East Wing of the property, the large hallway is centred around a teak staircase, which, like the majority of the wood and timber found in this part of the property, was reclaimed from the royal yacht The Royal Sovereign when she was broken up at the nearby dockyards of Pembroke Dock. 

From the hall, a door to the left leads to the original farmhouse kitchen, which includes an old hearth alcove housing the boiler, quarry tiled floors and sliding doors. 

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The kitchen, which opens into the living room. (Country Living Group)

To the right of the hallway is the sitting room, which is dual aspect and features a marble and cast-iron open fire, plus large double teak doors to the dining room, which overlooks the gardens. 

There are further reception spaces on this level, with a recent extension having created a living room with a wood-burning stove, and hobby room / playroom. 

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The sitting room, with a character fireplace. (Country Living Group)

Completing the ground floor is a utility room, a cloakroom, a walk-in pantry, and an office. 

Upstairs, the first floor landing offers an original half door with stained glass, leading out onto a balcony that wraps around the majority of the house. 

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The stairs are made from reclaimed wood from a royal yacht. (Country Living Group)

The master bedroom offers enough space for an additional seating area, along with an en-suite shower room. 

There are three further bedrooms, two of which include hand basins, a family bathroom and a separate WC. 

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One of the home's bedrooms. (Country Living Group )

Outside, the grounds include south-facing front gardens with an ancient Yew tree and a driveway to a stone outbuilding. 

To the side of the property, the gardens lead towards the valley that borders the land, and include a large lake with an island for wildlife. 

The remainder of the grounds are made up of approximately 41 acres of pasture and woodlands. 

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The lake, which has a wildlife island in the centre. (Country Living Group )

There is also a ‘horseshoe’ of stone buildings, currently used for storage but with the potential for conversion, subject to planning. 

To the west of the home, there is another large, detached outbuilding, with four garages on the ground level, sitting beside a productive vegetable garden and greenhouse and leading to a purpose-built stable block.

The property is being sold by Country Living Group for a guide price of £1,250,000. 

The agent said: “For those looking for a rural home that offers huge space both inside and out this rare offering to the market should be of great interest. 

“Winter Hall offers a true slice of the Pembrokeshire countryside, without compromising on the convenience of having amenities close at hand.

“For those interested in enjoying the outside and purchasing a property packed with charm and character, Winter Hall is a fantastic proposition.”