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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Groeswen, Caerphilly, Caerphilly, CF83

Sold STC £530,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Spacious 5 bedroom farmhouse.
  • With approx 2 acres of land.
  • Close proximity to A470 Nantgarw junction.
  • Sympathetically refurbished throughout.
  • Courtyard location with open views.
  • Landscaped gardens with summer house and hot tub.
  • EPC: F.

Full description

Plymouth House is a traditional farmhouse which has been sympathetically restored to provide modern day living yet retain old world charm. the property is only 10 minutes away from the busy town of Caerphilly.

Description - Plymouth House is an excellent example of a traditional farmhouse which has been sympathetically restored to provide modern day living yet retain old world charm. Found in a courtyard setting it feels like its miles from anywhere yet within 10 minutes you can be in the busy town of Caerphilly or entering the outskirts of Cardiff. The property sits at the end of a long driveway surrounded by private gardens extending to approx 2 acres with mature trees and bushes. Entertainment area with hot tub and pizza oven plus generous parking. Oil fired central heating. Quality fittings and fixtures throughout. Internal inspection strongly recommended.

Accommodation - This accommodation briefly comprises to the ground floor entrance hall, lounge, snug, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, rear lobby and cloaks/WC while to the first floor are three bedrooms and luxury bathroom plus two further rooms to the second floor.

Entrance Hall - Entered from the front via solid hardwood door with glazed feature panel set under open porch way. Slate flooring. Stairway to first floor. Ledged and braced doors to all reception rooms. Understair storage area. Dado rail. Telephone point. Radiator.

Lounge - 16'11 x 16'3 (5.16m x 4.95m) - Generous size main reception room with hardwood double glazed window to front. Deep inglenook fire place with wood burner and oak mantle. Skimmed walls and ceiling with exposed beams and flagstone floor. Radiator and TV point with steps down to;

Sitting Room - 19'3 x 10'3 (5.87m x 3.12m) - Cosy feeling room with slate flooring. Exposed stone wall. Hardwood window to rear and french doors to front leading to front garden. Vaulted ceiling with 'velux' type roof light. Skimmed walls and ceiling with exposed rafter. TV wall mount. Feature cast iron, low profile radiator.

Dining Room - 15'1 x 14'6 (4.60m x 4.42m) - Formal dining room with hardwood double glazed windows to front and side. Feature beam ceiling. Inglenook fireplace with flag stone hearth. White wash feature stone wall. Radiator. Exposed wood flooring.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 22'2 x 13'4 (6.76m x 4.06m) - Comprising quality bespoke Makepeace-designed solid oak wall and base units with black granite work surfaces incorporating 'Belfast' china sink with mixer tap. Glazed display cabinets and plate racking. Integrated appliances to include dishwasher and fridge. Falcon dual fuel range cooker with overhead extractor. Tiled splash backs. Sandstone flooring. Hardwood, double glazed windows to front and side. Granite breakfast bar opening to breakfast area with storage and wine rack. Naturally light area with vaulted roof and spot lights. Double radiator. Continuation of sandstone flooring. Doors leading to rear lobby and;

Utility Room - 13'1 x 10'10 (3.99m x 3.30m) - Original flagstone flooring. Range of kitchen units. Plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for other white goods. Hardwood double glazed windows to side and rear. Wooden stable door to side. Built in shelving.

Rear Lobby - Continuation of sandstone flooring. Built in storage cupboard. Wooden stable door leading to side plus ledged and braced door to;

Cloaks/Wc - Comprising low level WC and round wash hand basin with mono bloc tap. Tile splash backs. Double radiator. Hardwood double glazed window to side.

First Floor -

Landing - Approached via carpeted stairs. Built in book shelves. Plank style doors to all first floor rooms plus door and stairway to second floor rooms.

Bedroom One - 15'4 x 11'9 (4.67m x 3.58m) - Extremely spacious master bedroom with two hardwood double glazed windows to front. Recess fire place with original oak mantle. Plus further exposed beams to ceiling. Two white washed feature stone walls, built in wardrobe, double radiator. TV wall mount. Carpet as fitted.

Bedroom Two - 16'3 x 11'6 (4.95m x 3.51m) - Double sized bedroom with hardwood double glazed window to front with feature mirrored recess offering open views. Original exposed beams. Fitted storage cupboards. Wood effect laminate flooring. Skimmed walls. Radiator. TV point.

Bedroom Three - 12'7 x 11'8 (3.84m x 3.56m) - Double size bedroom presently used as a study with hardwood double glazed window to side. Exposed beams. Hatch to loft space. Exposed wooden flooring. Airing cupboard.

Bathroom - 12'1 x 9'4 (3.68m x 2.84m) - Luxury white suite comprising dual flush low level WC, wash hand basin set into marble tiled vanity unit with fixed mirror and storage area under. Free standing roll-top bath. Large fully tiled Daryl shower cubicle with 'Mira' electric shower and extractor over. Half marble tiled walls. Polished wood flooring. Hardwood double glazed window to side. Inset spot lights to ceiling. Hatch to loft space. Heated towel rail/radiator.

Second Floor -

Landing - Approached via carpeted stairs. Telephone point. Exposed white washed wall chimney breast.

Bedroom Four - 19'2 x 11'1 (5.84m x 3.38m) - Naturally bright room with 3 'Velux' type windows. Original exposed beams. Far reaching views to front and rear. Carpet as fitted.

Bedroom Five - 13'7 x 11'6 (4.14m x 3.51m) - Exposed beams/rafters. Two 'Velux' type windows. Whitewash stone wall. Carpeting with plank flooring.

Outside - Plymouth House sits in approx 2 acres of private gardens which have been designed to create attractive and differing areas, briefly comprising cottage garden to front with large pennant stone patio, Cotswold stone covered driveway with ample parking for numerous vehicles, entertaining area with hot tub and pizza oven. Large lawn with wooden summer house and deck benefitting from power and light enclosed by mature trees and shrubs leading to a nature reserve area with trees, wild grass and flowers.

Directions - From Caerphilly follow Hendredenny Drive from the traffic lights. Take the first left onto Groeswen Drive. Pass primary school on the left. Where the road narrows to lane continue approx 150 metres then turn right. Follow the lane at first fork in road bear left, continue. At second fork in road bear right. Plymouth house is the first property on the left.

Tenure - We have been advised by the vendor that this property is Freehold although this should be verified by the purchasers solicitor or surveyor.

Council Tax - Band F.

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19 July 2016

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