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4 bedroom detached house for sale

12 West Drive, Porthcawl, Bridgend County Borough, CF36 3LS.

Withdrawn from Market £849,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Substantial & Iconic Property Located On The Sought After Porthcawl Seafront.
  • Outstanding Uninterrupted Costal Views.
  • Porch, Entrance Hall, Lounge, Sitting Room.
  • Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility, Cloakroom.
  • First Floor Landing, Balcony.
  • Master Bedroom With En-Suite.
  • Three Large Double Bedrooms, And Family Bathroom.
  • Landscaped Rear Garden & Lawned Front Garden.
  • Off-Road Parking For Several Vehicles, Detached Garage, Boiler Room.
  • EPC Rating: 'E'.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

SITUATION 12 West Drive is an attractive & substantial property located on Porthcawl sea front. Porthcawl offers numerous beaches including the Blue Flag Awarded 'Rest Bay'. Porthcawl Promenade with it's many cafes, bars, & restaurants, harbour, and golf courses are all within easy reach. The town also has a number of well regarded public & private schools.

The M4 (junction 37) is approximately 3.8 miles away and provides convenient travel to Cardiff and to other important commercial centres in the region. Cardiff (Wales) Airport with local, International and European flights is approximately 25 miles away. Cardiff lies some 32 miles to the east and includes the wide range of retail, commercial, leisure and recreational facilities that one would expect from a Capital City and has a main line rail connection to London in approximately 2 hours. The town of Bridgend is some 7 miles distance and again has a main-line railway station.  

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY One enters the property through a double glazed composite door into a circular Entrance Porch which is a central feature to the exterior of this iconic property. A timber and glazed door leads through to the impressive Entrance Hall. This generous space benefits from waxed timber flooring and a sweeping staircase with its original wrought iron balustrade and oak hand rail. The ground floor accommodation is comprised of three Reception Rooms, a Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, and a Cloakroom. The three Reception Rooms are all of excellent proportions and benefit from a continuation of the waxed timber flooring from the Entrance Hall. The Lounge and the Sitting Room are located to the front elevation and both benefit from outstanding views out over the coastline through their large double glazed bay windows. The Lounge further benefits from a central feature gas fireplace with minster style hearth and surround. Located to the rear elevation is the Dining Room which has the added benefits of French doors leading out the rear enclosed landscaped garden. Continuing at the rear elevation is the Kitchen/Breakfast room. The Kitchen itself has been fitted with a range of bespoke, hand crafted base units along with a central island unit and benefit's from granite work surfaces and an inset 'Belfast' style sink. Integrated appliances to remain include; 'Lacanache' range style electric oven with five ring gas hob, and an integrated dishwasher. Space and plumbing is available for a freestanding American style fridge freezer. Behind a hidden door one finds the Utility Room which provides ample space and plumbing for freestanding appliances. Serving the ground floor accommodation is the Cloakroom which has been fitted with a two piece white suite.

The First Floor Landing is a generous space which provides access out to the Balcony located to the front elevation where one can sit out and enjoy the breath taking views over the coastline. The accommodation on this floor comprises four extremely well proportioned bedrooms two of which are to the front elevation and two to the rear. The Master Bedroom and Bedroom Two enjoy outstanding coastal views through their large double glazed bay windows to the front elevation. The Master Bedroom further benefits from an En-Suite Shower Room which has been fitted with a three piece white suite. The Family Bathroom, serving the other three bedrooms has been fitted with a five piece white suite comprising; freestanding roll top bath, shower cubicle with thermostatic shower, 'His & Hers' wash basins inset within an antique vanity unit, and a WC.
 

GARDENS & GROUNDS The front garden has been predominantly laid to lawn and has been enclosed by a low level brick wall with pedestrian and vehicular access. A block paved driveway provides ample space for off-road parking and provides pathways leading to the front entrance. Wrought iron gates provide access to further off-road parking and a detached Garage. The Garage has a timber effect electric door along with lighting and power points. The rear enclosed garden has been attractively landscaped and provides numerous paved and decked areas allowing ample space for outdoor entertaining and dining. To the side of the property there is a Boiler Room which houses a gas central heating boiler and provides further storage.  

SERVICES & TENURE All mains services are connected. We are informed that the property is freehold. 


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15 February 2016

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