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Trerhyngyll, Cowbridge, CF71 7TN
£899,950

A pretty stone built former farm house thought to date from early Victorian times acquired by the present owner some 40 years ago and since sensibly extended to form the usefully flexible family house that it is today. To the ground floor, two good sized living rooms, large conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room and utility room plus pitched roof extension with two bedrooms, living room and second bathroom. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a further bathroom. The property stands in a large garden stretching all around the property featuring a wooden bridge over a small stream which runs through the garden. Lovely wide ranging views to the rear. Double garage attached to stone workshop and additional detached double garage. All mains services including mains gas fired central heating.

Trerhyngyll is a small village mostly comprising individual detached houses and is less than two miles from the traffic lights in Cowbridge. Local facilities include children's play area whilst within walking distance in the villages of Ystradowen and Aberthin there is a choice of village pubs, two village halls, local garage/small general stores, village church etc. The Market town of Cowbridge offers a more extensive range of local facilities which include well regarded schools both Primary and Secondary, a wide range of shops both national and local including Waitrose, library, health centre, sporting and recreational facilities including leisure centre, cricket club, squash club, bowls club etc.

Trerhyngyll is in the heart of the rural Vale of Glamorgan with the heritage coastline just a few miles south. The good local road network brings major centres including the capital city of Cardiff within easy driving distance. Just a few miles up the road in Pontyclun is a main line railway station.
ACCOMMODATION


GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Porch: Fully enclosed. Quarry tiled floor. Boarded ceiling. Garden views from windows to side.

Entrance Hall: UPVC double glazed doorway from entrance porch. Parquet wood block floor. Straight stairway to first floor.

Sitting Room: 18'3 x 13'7 A comfortable room with double glazed windows enjoying views over the front garden and glazed doorway leading through into conservatory. Picture rail. Parquet wood block floor. Stone chimney breast stretching to ceiling height with stone lined fireplace with quarry tiled hearth. L shape run of library shelves.

Dining Room: 18'3 x 13'5 Double glazed picture window enjoying front garden views. Herringbone pattern Mahogany block floor. Picture rail. Doorway to large understairs cupboard. Glazed doorway through into inner hall.

Inner Hall: Boarded ceiling with roof lights. Study, bedroom four and bathroom two leading off with potential for a variety of uses including ground floor granny flat.

Study: 10'10 x 9'0 Double glazed window to enjoy garden views to side. Boarded ceiling and on one wall.

Bedroom Four: 10'5 x 9'0 Double glazed window enjoys views over the side garden. Boarded ceiling.

Bathroom Two: 8'11 x 5'7 Twyford, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Wet room style shower with Triton shower. Tiled floor. Extractor. Double glazed window to side.

Conservatory: 17'6 x 14'9 A particularly large timber conservatory with 19 windows overlooking the gardens and half glazed doors leading outside. Flagstone floor. Feature stone wall. Electric light and power. Wall mounted heater. Splendid geraniums planted some 25 years ago.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 18'3 x 9'9 Enjoying a delightful outlook with two big double glazed windows overlooking the rear garden and countryside beyond. Big double glazed side window looking at front garden. Pitched and boarded ceiling. Tiled floor. Range of built in pine units with tiled worksurface. Features include Rayburn Nouvelle range finished in British Racing Green with tiled arch behind. Slot in cooker with tiled back plates. Inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit.

Utility Room: 9'9 x 9'0 Picture window overlooking the rear garden. Picture window overlooking the side garden. Pitched boarded ceiling. Quarry tiled floor. L shaped run of base unit, incorporating single drainer stainless steel sink unit and space and plumbing under for washing machine and dishwasher. Range of tall cupboards.


FIRST FLOOR

Landing: Sash window. Staight stairway from entrance hall. Access to roof storage space.

Bedroom One: 18'6 x 10'4 Two double glazed windows enjoy views over the garden. Wall to wall and floor to ceiling fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom Two: 11'11 x 10'4 Front garden views.

Bedroom Three: 14'0 x 7'11 Views over the side garden.

Bathroom: 10'4 x 6'5 Suite in white comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath. Shelved airing cupbpoard. Walls half tiled. Window overlooking garden.

Outside: Stone wall and natural hedge to village roadside. Timber double gates between stone pillars lead to the flagstone driveway with parking space and double garage (21'9" x 20'0"). Large timber part glazed double doors. Pedestrian front door. Two double glazed windows. High pitched ceiling. Electric light and power. Doorway through to adjoining workshop (15'3" x 11'0"). Built in stone. Two windows overlooking the garden. Doorway to rear. Electric light and power. Formally used as a pottery. Also a former garage (21'0" x 11'3") in the front garden, modern construction with pitched roof. Timber sliding front door. Window to side. Electric, light and power. The extensive garden streches all around the property and is laid principally to grass. Mature trees and shrubs. Pedestrian front gate to village road. Vegetable garden area with particularly productive asparagus beds. A pretty feature is the timber bridge with arched sides which crosses the spring fed stream which runs through the back garden. Further area of garden across the stream with hedge boundaries to open fields and laid to lawn with paved pathways.

Services: Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage. Central heating by mains gas.

Directions: From our offices at 67 High Street, Cowbridge turn left and proceed up to the traffic lights and turn left onto the Aberthin road. Go past Cowbridge school on your left hand side and through the village of Aberthin. Go past the crossroads ignoring the turn to Trerhyngyll and about a quarter of a mile further on take the next left down the country lane. At the crossroads you are in Trerhyngyll so turn left and you will find the entrance to the property on your right hand side with a gateway entrance or alternatively there is a small layby on the right hand side by the pedestrian gate.

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