About the property

In the triumphant afterglow of the Battle of Waterloo, expansive houses were designed for The Master Shipwright's House, The Clerk of the Cheque, and The Master Warden of Pembroke's New Royal Dockyard. Today only the Shipwright's is still used as a principal main residence. Built in 1817, no.s 2 and 3 The Terrace were designed by Edward Hall, a civil architect to the Admiralty between 1804 and 1821. The properties are Grade II* Listed, as building of exceptional constructional interest, possibly the first house in Wales to have such extensive use of iron also important as an integral part of this late Georgian formal group at the Dockyard. Over 100 years ago the prosperity of the Royal Dockyard defined the lives of a generation across Pembrokeshire, creating a wealth, a sense of history and community that remain an integral part of the town's modern identity. The Terrace, located overlooking the newly landscaped carriage driveway, adjacent to the newly planned Marina, offers a great opportunity to resort this tool-squared, limestone property back to its former glory. The majority of the original features remain at 2 The Terrace. The accommodation is over four storeys.

Property at a glance

  • Four storey Georgian residence
  • Dressed in square tooled limestone
  • Grade II* Listed
  • Exceptional walled gardens
  • Coach House to rear
  • Designed by the architect to the Admiralty
  • Potential for stunning main residence
  • Commercial/development opportunity

Contact agent

Contact agent

Fine & Country Pembroke

45 Main Street


Pembrokeshire, Wales

SA71 4JS

United Kingdom

Tel: 01834 862138


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