A beautiful development of five former stone barns within the small hamlet of Frampton, within close proximity to Llantwit Major and all it has to offer. The development, offering a high specification of find with handmade windows and door, underfloor heating system through, modern biomass boiler, exposed stone work throughout and high calibre kitchens and bathrooms throughout.
The accommodation is open plan and meets the needs of modern living; the conversions will offer a living/dining/kitchen area with floating staircases to plots four and five. There are a range of double bedrooms, some with en suite shower room, as well as pocket doors to maximise space saving.
The plots, all of different shapes and sizes, are wonderfully individual and suit the needs of a variety of purchaser. All plots are offered with private garden and off road parking including either a car port of garage, as well as access to a communal courtyard.
There will be a small communal service charge per year with a management company allocated to the development, however this
Frampton contains the ruins of Great Frampton House, of which this development sits overlooking. This Grade II listed country house which is located about 1,300 metres (4,300 ft) northwest of the Church of St. Illtyd. The house was built around 1600, with a front added in the late 18th century. An inventory of the house was made in 1636 upon the death of Mary Jones, a widow who owned the property at the time. In the 1770s, the astronomer Nathaniel Pigott stayed at Frampton and built an observatory.
The house is of three storeys, with a front elevation containing five bays. It was badly damaged in a fire in 1994. It gutted the main block, but the rear wing, dated to the 17th century and altered in the mid 20th century, still remains, though in a derelict state.
The development offers easy walking access to Llantwit Major and all its amenities including train station, bus stops, shops and restaurants as well as access to the coast road travelling to Barry and Cardiff.
Ty Cornel is a wonderfully bespoke new barn conversion set in a beautiful development of five former stone barns within the hamlet of Frampton. Within close proximity to Llantwit Major and all it's local amenities including well regarded schooling for all ages, a wide range of shops both national and local, library, doctors surgery as well as sporting and recreational facilities. Llantwit Major is one of the few towns in the Vale of Glamorgan where you can commute by train on the coastal line which runs between Cardiff and Bridgend. Easy access to the major road network brings major centres including capital city of Cardiff and Bridgend.
The accommodation is built in an open plan nature with modern living at it's heart offering kitchen/dining area which will be the heart of the home. There are three double bedrooms with two bathrooms.
Brand new hand built fitted kitchen by Benchmarx. Built in "L" shape construction with range of fitted wall and base units. Includes overhanging breakfast bar. Built in appliances to include fridge/freezer and washing machine. Chrome 1.5 sink and drainer with matching mixer tap. Electric induction four ring hob with built under electric fan oven. Centre island with overhanging breakfast bar with three base units underset. Currently in a Soho gloss light grey pallet (however selection on offer at early bird enquiries). Built to eaves with stunning A frames. Inset glazed velux windows. Further glazed window to front. Tiled flooring built over underfloor wet heating system. Skimmed walls and ceiling, with whitewash stone feature wall.
Wonderful picture window to front overlooking field. Further double glazed hardwood window to side. Built in floor to ceiling run of wardrobes. High end brushed steel flat end switches and sockets throughout.
Modern three piece suite in white by Victoria Plumbing comprising bath with overhead chrome shower and shower head fitment. Pedestal wash hand basin. Dual flush low level WC. Tiled flooring. White gloss metro tiled walls. Sliding oak pocket doors. Velux double glazed roof light to atrium ceiling. Pendant light fitting.
Housing underfloor taps. Useful walk in cupboard.
Hardwood hand made panelled window to front overlooking front courtyard and gardens. Skimmed walls. Skimmed atrium ceiling. Low hanging light fitting. Tiled flooring. Space for range of bedroom furniture.
Three piece suite in white comprising P shaped bath with overhead shower and shower head attachment. Pedestal wash hand basin. Dual flush low level WC. Matching white gloss metro tiling to walls. Sliding oak pocket doors. Tiled flooring. Pendant light fitting.
Double glazed hardwood picture window to front forecourt. Skimmed walls and ceiling. Tiled flooring. Offering atrium ceiling.
The gardens will be fully landscaped upon completion and will offer private gardens to each plot. There will be a forecourt to front with parcel of lawn leading to main forecourt on development.
Set across the forecourt with power and light and built with an atrium ceiling. Perfect as car store or further storage facility for outdoor activities. Adaptable and could house storage shed/container.
The property will benefit from mains electric and water with a Biomass wood pallet heating system offering sustainable supply to underfloor heating.
From our office at 67 High Street, Cowbridge, turn right travelling along Westgate and turn left onto the Llantwit Major Road. At Nash Manor crossroads, turn left and travel along this road passing Llandow Industrial Estate. Turn left at the junction after Llandow Racing Circuit. Travel along this road until you reach a T junction and turn right. At the next crossroads, turn right and follow the road for about half a mile. The Great Frampton House Development will be on your left hand side with a Brinsons & Birt board outside.
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