South West Wales

Former WW2 shelter near Nolton Haven goes up for auction

A former World War Two shelter near Nolton Haven, Pembrokeshire Image copyright FBM estate agents
Image caption FBM said the shelter could be adapted to benefit from more natural light (subject to planning permission)

A former World War Two shelter in Pembrokeshire has gone up for auction.

Middle Folly, situated between the coastal villages of Roch and Nolton Haven, was used as a radar station during the war.

The two-bedroom property is mainly underground and has been used a home for the past 30 years. It has an auction start price of £89,950.

FBM estate agents said: "Middle Folly is the most unique property FBM have as a listing."

A date has yet to be set for the auction but the listing added: "A viewing is an absolute must to fully appreciate the rural position and uniqueness of the property."

Image copyright FBM estate agents
Image copyright FBM estate agents
Image copyright FBM estate agents

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