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4 bedroom farm house for sale

Ty Ysgubor, Llangynwd, Bridgend County Borough, CF34 9RW.

Removed £550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A Deceptively Spacious Barn Conversion Set In A Semi-Rural Location.
  • This Charming Property Was Sympathetically Converted By The Current Owners In 2000.
  • Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room.
  • Garden Room With Outstanding Views.
  • Four Bedrooms & A Family Bathroom.
  • Three En-Suites With The Master Bedroom Further Benefitting From A Walk-In Wardrobe.
  • Approximately 3.67 Acres Of Land.
  • A Stable Block & Ménage.
  • Detached Double Garage With Self Contained Office Over.
  • EPC Rating: 'C'.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

SITUATION The historic village of Llangynwyd is said to date back as far as 1147, housing one of the oldest pubs in Wales. This quaint hilltop village, known by locals as 'Top Llan' has two well regarded public houses, a coffee shop and a park. While 'Lower Llan' has a Post Office, takeaway & a Primary School. The nearest town of Bridgend has an abundance of retail, commercial and leisure amenities & some well-regarded primary & secondary schools. Additionally, it is conveniently located for the M4 corridor and has a main line rail link to Cardiff & London.  

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Entering the property into Entrance Vestibule allows one to remove coats and boots before entering the main house. A door leads through to the Hall. The Hall enjoys a central cast iron fireplace, a staircase leading to the first floor, and provides access to the principle reception rooms. At the centre of this beautifully converted home is the spacious Lounge with its central inglenook gas fireplace with exposed stonework and slate hearth, exposed ceiling beams, and doors leading out into the gardens. Adjoining the Lounge is the Dining Room which benefits from expose ceiling beams and ample space for dining furniture. The Kitchen/Breakfast Room has been comprehensively fitted with a range of oak base and wall units with square top composite work surface and inset bowl and a half sink with bevelled drainer. Appliances to remain include; 'Range Master' range style oven with four ring gas hob and heating plate, 'Hoover' washing machine, and an 'LG' American style fridge freezer. A broad square archway leads to the spacious Garden Room which enjoys a central feature wood burning stove with slate hearth and ample space for living and dining furniture. With windows to three aspects one can sit and enjoy the outstanding, uninterrupted views out over the gardens and countryside beyond. Further complimenting the ground floor accommodation is the Cloakroom which has been fitted with a two piece suite comprising; a low level WC, and pedestal wash basin.

To the first floor are four Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom. The Master Bedroom is a generous double which benefits from exposed roof trusses, a large arched window taking in the outstanding views over the local countryside. Additionally there is a walk-in wardrobe with range of shelving and hanging rails. The En-Suite has been fitted with a three piece white suite comprising; low level WC, pedestal wash basin and freestanding roll top bath. Bedroom Two is further double with exposed timber beams, and an En-Suite comprising; shower cubicle, low level WC, and a pedestal wash basin. Bedroom Three is a good sized double with glazed timber door leads out to balcony overlooking the front of the property with views out over the local countryside. Bedroom Three further benefits from an En-Suite comprising; low level WC, pedestal wash basin and shower cubicle. Bedroom Four is a single with a 'Velux' window to the side elevation. The Family Bathroom has been fitted with a four piece suite comprising; pedestal wash basin, corner Jacuzzi bath, low level WC, and shower cubicle. 

GARDENS & GROUNDS The property is set within land of approximately 3.67 acres currently arranged as gardens, paddocks, and pasture land. Wrapping around the property are raised block paved patio's with timber balustrade providing ample space for outdoor entertaining and dining. Beyond is a large garden which has been mainly laid to lawn which has been planted with a variety of mature trees and shrubbery. To the side of the property, hidden away in its own grove under a timber pergola, is a Hot Tub and Garden Storage Shed.

An attractive stable block has been constructed which comprises of four loose boxes, a tack room, and a first floor hay loft, with full electrical and water supplies. To the front of the stable block is a ménage, and paddocks to the side. Further land with a variety of equestrian and agricultural uses surround the property.

Adjoining the driveway is a detached double garage. On the first floor is a multi-purpose room currently being utilised as a home office.


SERVICES & TENURE Mains Gas, Electric, Water. Sewerage is provided by a septic tank. Fiber optic broadband. The property is being sold Freehold 

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03 January 2017

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