A glorious 16th century Pembrokeshire mansion goes under the gavel today with a guide price of just £320,000.
Butterhill Grange, a Grade II listed house set in the glorious Pembrokeshire countryside neat St. Ishmaels, which was requisitioned by the RAF during World War II, is to be sold at auction in Cardiff this afternoon.
The house belonged to the Roche family for 300 years from 1607 to 1906. The property which is set in over an acre of former formal garden land with a shell cave folly, fell into disrepair following the War. However, recently the three storey, nine bedroom, five reception room house has undergone some restoration work with the creation of a two bedroom duplex apartment within the main building which is accessed from the first floor landing. According to the auctioneers: “The building is now wind and water tight with a new roof and a number of the rooms have been plastered and wired but make no mistake there is a considerable amount of work yet to be done to bring this wonderful Pembrokeshire house back to its former glory.”
Butterhill Grange lies a mile north of the village of St Ishmaels within the Pembrokeshire Coastal Park. The beach at Lindsway Bay and the coastal path lie to the south, while the glorious beaches of Dale and Sandy Haven are three miles from the property.
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