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4 bedroom detached house for sale
Aberffrwd Road, Mountain Ash, Mid Glamorgan, CF45 4DD
A substantial Victorian House in approximately 8 acres
Maesydderwen is situated in an elevated position with south facing views of the woodland and hillside above Mountain Ash.
Communications and local facilities are excellent with a comprehensive shopping centre at Mountain Ash and easy access to Cardiff by road and rail. There is a Park and Ride facility within half a mile which provides a regular train service to Cardiff. The A470 links with the M4 at junction 32 and onto the national motorway network.
Recreational facilities are in abundance with a host of rural based activities on the doorstep including excellent country walks, bridle paths and cycle ways leading to the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Maesydderwen was the former home of Lord Aberdares Estate Manager. The property has subsequently been in the same family ownership for over 30 years and provides an opportunity seldom found to acquire a Victorian country house with mature formal and kitchen gardens, stables, paddocks and woodland. There is potential for conversion of the stables into a separate residential dwelling, subject to relevant planning consent. This is the first time the property has been brought to the market. The property is in need of upgrading and has considerable potential.
Maesydderwen is approached from a long sweeping private drive leading up to a broad level plot with the house occupying a central, south facing position with excellent views. There is ample parking including a double garage and a large, south facing sun terrace. Mature hedgerow boundaries provide considerable privacy.
A path leads around the house and a broad stone step accesses:-
Entrance Porch with a gabled roof and timber front door. An obscure glazed inner door opens into:
With a door and stairs leading to the cellars. Cloakroom off, with corner wash basin and wc. Access to principal reception rooms.
Principal Reception Room
With a south facing aspect, an impressive room with three picture windows overlooking the front garden and views across the valley, exposed stone wall incorporating a working fireplace with a coal effect gas fire. A door opens into:
A pentagonal shape which opens onto the paved terrace and gardens.
With a south facing splay bay window to the front and dual aspect with a broad window overlooking the side garden.
With twin matching picture windows overlooking the rear garden and drive.
Comprehensively fitted with matching wall and floor units, contrasting worktops, fitted Neff electric double oven, inset Neff gas hob, open shelving, tiled splash backs, inset 1 bowl sink, plumbing for dishwasher, broad picture window overlooking the garden and paved terrace. Door into:
Tiled walls, space for large fridge freezer, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, Ideal gas central heating boiler, three windows overlooking the drive and gardens.
A multi paned door leads from the kitchen into the Rear Porch with UPVC door opening onto the garden and terrace.
Stairs from the hall rise to a half landing with steps up to the principal landing, windows to side and rear.
Dual aspect with windows facing north and west.
With twin matching picture windows in a shallow south facing bay overlooking the front garden. Vaulted high ceiling with picture rail.
With broad twin matching south facing windows overlooking the garden, tall vaulted ceiling:
En-suite Shower Room
Step-in shower, fully tiled walls, Wash basin with storage below.
With a picture window overlooking the rear garden and adjacent hillside, high vaulted ceiling.
Vaulted high ceiling with loft access, picture window overlooking the garden.
A four piece suite comprising panelled bath with electric shower above, pedestal wash basin, bidet and wc, picture window overlooking the rear garden, fully tiled walls. Additional separate wc adjacent with window overlooking garden.
Walk-in Airing Cupboard
Housing a hot water cylinder, open shelving.
Gardens and Grounds
Maesydderwen is self-contained within approximately 8 acres of gardens, paddocks, stables and beautiful mature deciduous woodland, probably planted 100 years ago, with a very interesting variety of trees.
The gardens are extensive and have some fine trees, mature shrubs and hedgerow boundaries. The garden is south facing with a gently sloping gradient, planted in a traditional cottage garden style merging with the adjacent former kitchen garden and still retaining some of the well-established soft fruit trees. There is also a small path to the highway and a large paved sun terrace sheltered by both the house and mature hedgerows. To the rear of the property is a detached double garage. The drive splits and leads up to a stone building comprising 3 stables and stores. There is planning potential for conversion into a separate dwelling, subject to obtaining relevant planning consent. The stables are adjacent to the paddocks, accessed through 5 bar gates. The paddock is approximately 3.5 acres and the woodland 4.5 acres.
From the A470 northbound, at the Nelson roundabout, take the 1st exit signposted Mountain Ash and proceed along the A4059 into Mountain Ash. Take the turning to the right after the traffic lights, signposted Cefn Pennar, and follow Dyffryn Road past a new development of houses on the left. At the T junction turn right. Maesydderwen is the 6th property on the left hand side.
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