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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Tynton Farm, Llangeinor, Bridgend CF32 8NY

Withdrawn from Market £525,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Truly unique opportunity
  • An extensively renovated Grade II listed farmhouse
  • Grounds totaling approximately 26.3 acres
  • Elevated position with far ranging views over Llangeinor village and the valley beyond
  • A range of dilapidated stone outbuildings and modern agricultural buildings
  • EPC rating D

Full description

Dated back to the late 1600s, Tynton Farm is a Grade II listed small holding of approximately 26.3 acres set on the hillside at the mouth of the Garw valley enjoying far ranging valley and hillside views. Within the acreage are a range of traditional and modern buildings all in need of refurbishment.

The sale provides a rare opportunity to acquire a property with rich historic background with the farmhouse being the birthplace of the 18th century philosopher Dr Richard Price whose letters and publications are widely acknowledged to have provided an inspiration for the signatories of the American declaration of independence as well as the catalyst for the French revolutionaries. The significant amount of refurbishment already completed has been sympathetically finished to the highest of standards with a wealth a charm and character yet all the benefits of a modern home.

The ground floor comprises of two large reception rooms, the lounge with windows to front with fitted shutters and sandstone window frames, has an impressive inglenook style fire place with large wooden beamed mantle over. The inner hallway, from the lounge links to the impressive sitting/dining room. This large, versatile space has a beautiful pitch roof with visible roofing timbers with skylights to rear and French doors to side. The kitchen with wood burning cooking range set within the inglenook fire place has original spiral flagstone stairs rising to the first floor. It offers a high quality range of base and wall mounted bespoke cream units with black granite work surfaces and splash back. There is an integrated oven and microwave grill oven with induction hob with fitted cooker hood over. Off the kitchen is the utility room with windows and door to rear, it offers a matching range of units and work surfaces as the kitchen, with space and plumbing for white goods. It has ornate tiled flooring and houses the modern Worcester central heating boiler. Finally on the ground floor is a large wet room/wc with slate tiled floors and full tiling to walls, there is a rainfall shower with fitted body jets, low level WC and sink unit.

Two staircases lead to the first floor landing, bedrooms one and two are both generous double bedrooms and enjoy views to front over the countryside village and hills beyond. Both bedrooms benefit from exposed stone fire places, the master bedroom also has a walk in wardrobe. Bedroom three is a generous single bedroom with skylight to rear also houses the pressurised hot water cylinder plus manifolds for the underfloor heating. The part finished family bathroom comprises of a four piece suite which includes; Jacuzzi style panel bath, low level WC, bidet and sink unit. It has a dark vinyl flooring with extensive tiling to walls. A broad staircase leads to the large attic room which measures 33’ it offers impressive roofing beams and timbers with fitted lighting. Below the kitchen area of the property is a two roomed cellar with barrelled ceilings, both with windows to side aspect, one with a fitted cold shelf, the room benefits from power and lighting.

Outside, immediately surrounding the property, are partly landscaped gardens with beautiful flagstone top dry stone walling. There is ample parking on gravel and paved areas, cobbled laid patio areas and lawn space. To the rear of the farmhouse is a detached refurbished stone outbuilding with a slate pitch roof. The current vendors have split it into two sections which total 20’ x 13’ 4” beyond the garden area the predominately south facing sloping grounds have two derelict stone outbuildings close to the main farm house plus a modern portal building which measures – 31’ 8” x 15’ 3” this corrugated building had a storage level and benefits from power and lighting. The remaining grounds, divided into separate paddocks by mature hedgerow and stock proof fencing is ideal for those wishing to run a small holding or with equestrian needs. It adjoins the Munydd Llangeinor common of which commoners grazing rights are available permitting the owner of Tynton to graze horses, sheep and cattle on the mountain and offer fantastic riding out options.

Entrance Hall 

17' 11" x 17' 7" (5.46m x 5.36m)

8' 9" widening to 13' 6" x 18' 6" (2.67m x 5.64m)

Dining Room 
16' 10" x 25' 5" (5.13m x 7.75m)

Wet Room/WC 
14' 7" x 6' 9" (4.44m x 2.06m)

8' x 14' 8" (2.44m x 4.47m)


Room 1 
6' 11" x 7' 5" (2.11m x 2.26m)

Room 2 
10' 3" x 12' 7" (3.12m x 3.84m)

Bedroom 1 
14' 6" x 17' 8" (4.42m x 5.38m)

Bedroom 2 
14' 9" x 13' 9" (4.50m x 4.19m)

Bedroom 3 
7' 4" x 15' 1" (2.24m x 4.60m)

8' x 14' 4" (2.44m x 4.37m)

Attic room 
33' x 16' (10.06m x 4.88m)

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
13 June 2017

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