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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Maesaeson House, Peterston Super Ely, Vale Of Glamorgan, CF5 6NE

Guide Price £775,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Bedroom Detached, Character Property
  • Approx 3 Acres of land
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Desirable Vale Village
  • Further Land Available By Seperate Negotiation

Full description

BREIF DESCRIPTION A rare opportunity to acquire a period country house with acreage. Maesaeson House, tucked away on the outskirts of the well regarded village of Peterston Super Ely, is for sale with approximately 2.983 acres and the option to purchase additional land by separate negotiation. The character accommodation briefly comprises of entrance hall, living room with inglenook fireplace, dining room, sitting room with wood burner and spiral stone stair case, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and rear hall. At first floor, four bedrooms and a family bathroom. Attractive enclosed gardens, and beautiful private setting. Cowbridge School catchment.  

SITUATION Peterston-Super-Ely enjoys the benefit of a primary school, a church, two public houses, a garage and shop and is very conveniently located for access both into the Capital City of Cardiff with all the amenities including theatres and concert halls and main-line rail connection to London in under two hours. The village is in the catchment area for Cowbridge High School and it enjoys a good local community spirit with various organisations thriving in the village. 

ACCOMMODATION Fitted carpets, as seen, are included in the guide price. The accommodation, with approximate room sizes, briefly comprises;-

The property is accessed via a solid timber door set under an open-fronted, pitched roof, porch with fitted shelving and outside light. Door leads to:-
 

ENTRANCE HALL 5.28m x 5.02m (17'4" x 16'6" ) Straight flight of stairs leading to the first floor. Quarry tiled floor. Wooden panelling to half height. Exposed ceiling beams. Latched timber doors off to the sitting room and the living room. 

SITTING ROOM 5.28m x 5.02m (17'4" x 16'6") The well proportioned sitting room has a wealth of character features including exposed ceiling beams, alcove with aged wooden beam over and wood burning fireplace set upon a stone hearth within a feature wooden surround with beamed wooden lintel over. Latched timber door to useful under-stairs storage cupboard fitted with electric light and hanging hooks. A versatile room with a pair of timber framed French style double doors opening out onto the front flagstone patio and providing a pleasant outlook over the front garden. 

LIVING ROOM 5.46m x 4.32m (17'11" x 14'2") The principal, again, retains a wealth of character features including a large inglenook fireplace with aged wooden beam lintel over. The fireplace houses a large, solid fuel burning stove set upon a flagstone hearth and with exposed stone surround. Exposed beams to ceiling. Front facing timber framed window providing a pleasant outlook over the front garden. Storage cupboards set into alcove. Latched timber doors off to the dining room and the kitchen/breakfast room. 

DINING ROOM 5.51m x 4.32m (18'1" x 14'2" ) A large formal dining room which comfortably accommodates a family sized table and chairs arrangement and which has a front facing timber framed window with low level storage cupboards beneath provides a pleasant outlook over the front garden. Fireplace with quarry tiled hearth and beamed mantle-piece over. The fireplace has been sealed but could be reopened to provide a working flue. The room has a smooth plastered ceiling with central ceiling light point and a good range of built-in book shelves. A latched timber door provides access to the kitchen/breakfast room. 

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 3.03m x 4.45m (9'11" x 14'7") Fitted with a country style range of matching base cupboard and wall units with wooden edged food preparation surfaces over. Black oil-fired Rayburn, two ring oven which also fires the central heating. Ceramic 1 ½ bowl inset sink with draining board and chrome mixer tap over. Set of timber framed windows to the rear of the property with tiled and wooden sills. Exposed ceiling beams. Ceramic tiled floor. Adjustable ceiling spotlights. The room is large enough to accommodate a breakfast table and chairs arrangement and provides a pleasant family space. Latched timber door leads through to:- 

UTILITY ROOM 3.10m x 2.20m (10'2" x 7'3") This good sized room has a rear facing timber framed window, exposed ceiling beam with adjustable ceiling spotlights. Plumbing in place for washing machine and tumble dryer. Ceramic tiled floor. Latched timber door to:- 

REAR HALL 1.88m x 1.95m (6'2" x 6'5") This very useful space provides a good rear entrance area and has a stable style timber door with glazed insert opening out onto a rear courtyard. Ceramic tiled floor. Stable and coat hanging areas with a high level storage cupboard housing the consumer unit. Latched timber door to:- 

CLOAKROOM 1.04m x 1.95m (3'5" x 6'5) The cloakroom, which has been recently improved by the current owners, is fitted with a white Twyfords suite with period style chrome fittings comprising of a pedestal wash hand basin with brief tiled splashback and a low level w.c. with ceramic tiled floor. Mono-pitched ceiling. Rear facing, timber framed window with obscured glazing.  

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
The straight flight of stairs from the entrance hall lead to the first floor. The landing has large solid oak, spindled wooden balustrade. Mono-pitched ceiling with exposed ceiling beams. The landing extends around with the shape of the property to provide a good area fitted with book shelves and storage. It also provides the loft access hatch and has latched timber doors off to bedrooms 1, 2, 3, 4 and the family bathroom. 

BEDROOM 1 4.39m x 3.99m (14'5" x 13'1" ) A spacious double bedroom with a part-pitched ceiling and exposed ceiling beams. Front facing timber framed, multi-paned window. Benefits from a good range of integral storage wardrobes fitted with hanging rail and shelving. Smooth plastered ceiling and central ceiling light point. 

BEDROOM 2 3.13m x 3.75m (10'3" x 12'4") Another well proportioned double bedroom which enjoys a pleasant outlook over the front garden through a timber framed, multi-paned window. The room comfortably accommodates a double bed and storage furniture. Part-pitched ceiling with central ceiling light point.  

BEDROOM 3 2.99m x 3.64m (9'10" x 11'11") A double bedroom, which again has a part-pitched ceiling with exposed ceiling beams. Rear facing, timber framed, multi-paned window which provides a pleasant rural outlook over ponds and agricultural land. The room can accommodate a double bed and bedroom furniture. 

BEDROOM 4 2.52m x 4.22m (8'3" x 13'10" ) A versatile and well proportioned room which could accommodate a double bed and which is currently used as a home office. Part-pitched ceiling with exposed ceiling beams and a front facing timber framed window overlooking the front garden. Latched timber door leads off to a period stone spiral staircase which leads down to the sitting room. 

FAMILY BATHROOM Fitted with a white suite with period style chrome fittings comprising of a Twyfords low level w.c., a Twyford wash basin with riven edging and a panelled bath. Walls are tiled to half height around the wash basin and the bath. Front facing timber framed, multi-paned window. Wooden boards to floor. Part-pitched ceiling. Integral cupboard housing the insulated hot water tank with slatted shelving above. 

DOUBLE GARAGE  

OUTSIDE The property is to be sold with grounds, gardens and paddocks of approximately 2.983 acres. The land is divided into a good sized paddock. This paddock is retained by hedging and timber fencing, has a five bar timber gate providing vehicular access and has water troughs.

Maesaeson House itself is set in a very private location at the end of a shared gravelled driveway which leads up to a detached double garage with two up and over doors. A timber gate then provides access to the front garden and immediately onto a gravel hard-standing providing storage for a horse box/vehicles. The front garden is a mature area laid primarily to lawn but well screened at the borders with long-standing trees and a good variety of shrubbery, and offers complete privacy. There are cultivated areas where one can grow ones own vegetables and a flagstone patio area to the immediate front of the property which provides a very pleasant seating position from which to enjoy the private and substantial front garden with a flagstone path leading up to the hard-standing parking area and around to the rear of the property. Access to the back can be gained by both sides of the house.

The stable style timber door from the utility room opens out onto a flagstone rear patio with a pathway extending along the length of the back of the house. Beyond this is a brief lawned area, with the rear garden being enclosed by post and wire fencing. Timber garden storage shed. Outside water tap. Rural outlook.
 

ADDITIONAL LAND An additional area of approximately 14.539 acres of land is available for sale exclusively to the purchaser of Maesaeson House, by separate negotiation. The land briefly comprises of four units currently used as pasture land/paddocks for equestrian use. The land has water, is gently sloping and has been fenced by the current owners. For further information or a plan of the land please contact Watts and Morgan. 

SERVICES Oil fired central heating powered by the Rayburn in the kitchen. Drainage to cesspit. Mains electric and un-metered water supply. 

COUNCIL TAX BAND Band H. 

TENURE Freehold 

AGENTS NOTE Full Planning Permission has been granted for a replacement double garage with first floor accommodation plus stables. This is valid for 5 years expriring in April 2017. 

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To view this property or request more details, contact:

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