Deceptively spacious, REFURBISHED, four bedroom, 2000sq/f property set in about 1.4 ACRES. Wonderfully rural and in COWBRIDGE SCHOOL CATCHMENT, yet just a few minutes from Cardiff and easy access to major centres. This property offers you the rare opportunity to buy a property with a very large garden in a delightfully rural location and it is within a short distance into the capital city. There is potential for permitted development for EQUESTRIAN FACILITY with the ability to develop a pony paddock extremely easily. Viewing is thoroughly recommended.
In recent times the property has been the subject of a comprehensive and stylish refurbishment and modernisation by the present owners. This includes a new kitchen, new bathroom, refurbished utility room, rebuilding the study, re-wiring and central heating. There are new doors and windows, with welsh slate cills to most windows, Velux windows and wall ties renewed. There is a log burner, new carpets and a new staircase. The neutral decor throughout results in a very comfortable spacious family house with four double bedrooms.
The accommodation is flexible with two bedrooms upstairs and two bedrooms downstairs and options to do further things with the living space upstairs and en-suite dressing room downstairs. The property stands in about 1.4 acres of mature gardens which is unusually large even for the rural Vale. The garden is ideal for the enthusiastic gardener as well as lots of space for children to play or just having the pleasure of enjoying it.
Entrance Porch: Open fronted. Slate tiled floor.
Entrance Hall: Hardwood part glazed front doorway. Double turn stairway to first floor.
Cloakroom: Luxuriously fitted with modern contemporary suite in white comprising low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with pillar taps and tiled splashback. Tiled floor. Coat hanging space. Inset ceiling lighting. Window enjoying garden view.
Living Room: 14' x 13'6" max Big picture window overlooking the front garden. Glass fronted cast iron wood burning stove set in recess fireplace with slate hearth. Two wall light points.
Dining Room: 15' x 14'6" max Square archway through from living room. Inset ceiling lighting. Recessed fireplace with slate hearth. Window overlooking the rear garden and glazed glazed doorway leading to the rear terrace.
Kitchen: 16' x 7'6" Well fitted with an extensive range of wall and base units finished in white with granite effect work surfaces with matching upstands and raspberry coloured splashbacks. Features include built in double oven and matching microwave finished in stainless steel and glass, ceramic glass hob with stainless steel filter over set in glass hood, built under fridge with decor panel, built under dishwasher with decor panel, stainless steel single bowl sink unit. Extensive range of storage both in wall units and wall cupboards. Inset ceiling lighting. Tiled floor. Window overlooking the rear garden and doorway leading out to rear terrace.
Utility Room: 11' 7'6" Space and plumbing for dishwasher, washing machine and tumble drier. Space and plumbing for American style fridge/freezer. Range of wall cupboards. Tiled floor to match the kitchen. Inset ceiling lighting. Access to roof storage space. Window overlooking the garden.
Boot Room: 8'9" x 7' Currently used for storage. Tiled floor to match kitchen and utility room. Window. Glazed door leading to rear terrace and garden.
Bedroom Hall: Doorway directly off the main hall creating separate bedroom space and living space. Shelved airing cupboard.
Master Suite Bedroom One: 14' x 11'9" Large picture window enjoying delightful views over the front garden. Range of built in bedroom units by Christies and comprising recess for double bed flanked by bedside chests with wall to ceiling built in wardrobes either side with storage cupboards over. Matching double floor to ceiling fitted double wardrobe with six drawer chest of drawers units alongside.
Master Suite Dressing Room: 12' x 5' Double doors from bedroom. Picture window to rear. Lots of scope for this to be used as an en-suite bathroom etc.
Bedroom Two: 13'6" x 9'6" To the main part plus shelved recess, under stairs storage cupboards and picture window overlooking the front garden. Recess (46 x 3) to ceiling height.
Bathroom: 12'6" x 8'3" Including walk in wet room fully tiled and fitted with rain head shower , overhead lighting and extractor. Flagstone style floor. Walls tiled to dado. Suite comprising panelled bath with central taps, low level WC and twin contemporary wash hand basins with pillar waterfall taps and cupboard under. Two wall mounted radiator/towel rails finished in white. Inset ceiling lighting. Opaque glazed window.
Office: 15'9" x 12'9" Including the stairwell. Velux windows to front and rear enjoying wide ranging views over the front garden and countryside beyond.
Bedroom Three: 15'9" x 12' Similar shape . Velux to either side enjoying lovely views also large picture window overlooking the main part of the garden.
Bedroom Four: 15'9" x 14' Similar shape. Two Velux windows. Doorway through to attic space.
Outside: Gated access from the village country lane to gravel drive with parking for numerous cars. Front garden laid principally to lawn. Paved terrace overlooking the front garden. At the rear of the property is an L shaped paved terrace with access directly from the dining room, kitchen and study. The rear garden is laid principally to lawn. Useful timber garden shed with water point. The area of the property is close to 1.4 acres and is laid principally to grass with an extensive variety of mature evergreen and deciduous trees and a mixture of fruit trees and bushes. The garden enjoys considerable privacy and is ideal for children to play or for the enthusiastic gardener.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Drainage to cesspit. No mains gas. Central heating by gas (LPG) Double glazed.
Development Opportunity: Potential (subject to planning) for permitted development, many of the properties along this vicinity have built up loose boxes and stable blocks. There is major potential for equestrian facility.
Directions: From Cardiff, at Culverhouse Cross take the Wenvoe road and at the first roundabout take the last exit passing the new Bellway housing on your right hand side. Proceed up the country lane to the top of the hill and on your right hand side there is the tiny hamlet of Twyn-yr-Odyn Continue for a few hundred yards and you will come into St Lythans. The Cherries is the first house on your left hand side with a Brinsons and Birt board outside.
Please contact our Cowbridge Office on 01446 771777 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.
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