For more than a century the Tenby Lifeboat House was home to the Royal National Lifeboat Institute volunteers.
When the RNLI moved out of the Grade II-Listed building, an architect named Michael Argent was employed by a private buyer to transform the weather worn and rotten hulk of a boathouse.
Perched approximately twelve metres above the sea it is now a unique stunning contemporary home, with breathtaking sea views and a mooring for the new owners' boat.
The new RNLI station can be seen in the background.

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