Lot 56 - Flat 1, 19 London Road, Pembroke Dock, SA72 6DS

  • Unconditional Online Auction Sale
  • Guide Price* : £26,000+


This property has sold prior to auction.

LOT 56 - Flat for Investment



Please Note: The property has not been inspected but the following description is believed to be accurate.

A basement flat with separate rear access to be sold with a long term sitting tenant with a rental of £295 per month. Situated in the town centre with excellent transport facilities including train station.

Pembroke Dock is a town and a community in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales, 3 miles northwest of Pembroke on the banks of the River Cleddau. Originally Paterchurch, a small fishing village, Pembroke Dock town expanded rapidly following the construction of the Royal Navy Dockyard in 1814. In 1930, four years after the Dockyard’s closure, the Royal Air Force began establishing a flying boat base – this continued for 29 years. Here in the 1930's several flying boats were introduced into service, including the Sunderland in 1938. In World War II Pembroke Dock became the world’s largest flying boat station and home base to airmen from many countries. Post war Sunderlands continued in service locally until 1957 and the station closed in 1959.

For 150 years Pembroke Dock was a military town, and home to all three Armed Services. The last military unit left in the 1960s and the town has striven to find new roles ever since.
This fine Victorian town with its grid-like street pattern and impressive buildings has expanded considerably in the past 50 years. It still has connections to its illustrious industrial past. Today the former dockyard is a commercial port and a gateway by ferry to Ireland.

INVESTORS: If you are looking for assistance in tenant find and/or management packages, information on rental income/interest potential we have a Lettings Department that can help you. Please call us or email adrian@paulfoshlettings.com for invaluable advice.



Basement: Lounge, kitchen, bedroom, shower room, separate wc


To be sold with sitting tenant


Advised Leasehold - to be verified by solicitor

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