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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Boverton, Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan, CF61 1UH

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Property Description

Key features

  • Superb family home
  • With six double bedrooms
  • Outstanding views in a southerly direction
  • 3 reception rooms, kitchen-diner, utility room
  • Ample parking, integral double garage
  • Wonderful, private gardens
  • EPC Rating: D 66

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

SUMMARY A superb, individual property enjoying a fine, open south westerly aspect over open fields. Lounge, family room, dining room, kitchen-breakfast room, utility room and cloakroom. Master bedroom with en suite shower room; five further double bedrooms and bathroom. Integral double garage; generous parking provision. Surrounding gardens mainly laid to lawn and including seating areas and own Tower to one corner of the garden.  

SITUATION Belvedere House is located to the historic ward of Old Boverton, and is within a short stroll of its shops and services. In turn, it is less than a mile from the Town of Llantwit Major with its broader range of shops - including two supermarkets, a 13th century Church, primary and secondary schools, a swimming pool and other leisure facilities. The Town is by-passed along the route from Bridgend to Barry and is also within convenient driving distance of the M4 inter-change at Pencoed and the City of Cardiff. The re-opening of the railway station has further eased links to major Towns and Cities with Bridgend and Cardiff now only a short trip away. The Heritage Coast, which is known for its cliff-top walks, bathing and surfing beaches, lies to the south and west of the Town. Cardiff (Wales) Airport at Rhoose is approximately six miles away. 

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Located on a quiet section of Boverton Road, Belvedere House is ideally located within a short distance of the village and its shops and services; and located within a generous plot with a southerly aspect bordering farmland. The rooms to the rear of the property benefits from this far reaching view.

In recent years, the current Owners have modernised and improved both the property and the gardens to create an understated modern home with family-friendly accommodation. An entrance porch opens into a galleried hallway, off which all the main ground floor rooms are located. A multi-purpose family sitting room / study looks to the front elevation whilst a larger lounge looks over the rear garden. A distinctive dining room looks out onto, and opens onto, a paved patio with garden beyond. The adjoining kitchen includes modern units with a central, moveable island unit / breakfast bar; tiled flooring extends from here into a breakfast area and also into a rear utility area which opens to the garden and also has a door opening into the especially generous utility room.

To the first floor, the master bedroom has windows enjoying extensive views to three directions and has an en suite shower room. All the other bedrooms are double rooms, three of which enjoy the south-westerly view over farmland. All bedrooms have use of a good sized family bathroom. There is scope to further improve this configuration to create a further en suite to one of the bedrooms with the outstanding views. A Scandinavian-style drop down ladder opens into a tall, large attic again with further scope to alter (again, subject to any appropriate regulations).

GARDENS AND GROUNDS Belvedere House is screened from this quiet section of Boverton Road by high stone walling. Electric gates open onto a very generous, block-paved parking and turning area fronting the property. The paving continues to the principal entrance porch and also to the integral double garage. The garage (approx. max 6.3m x 5.8m) is accessed via twin 'up and over' doors. An internal door opens into the utility room.

The sizeable garden surrounds the property and is mainly laid to lawn. A paved seating area, accessed from the dining room and overlooked from the kitchen, is positioned to benefit from the sun all day. The garden was formerly an orchard and is enclosed by walling and fencing. It includes, to the eastern corner, a turret - or 'Belvedere' - dating from the latter half of the 19th Century

TENURE AND SERVICES Freehold. All mains services connect to the property. Gas-fired central heating. 

DIRECTIONS From our Cowbridge office, travel along Westgate and take the left hand turn onto Llantwit Major Road. Stay on this road for approximately 3 miles until you reach a 'T-Junction'. Turn left following signs for Llantwit Major. Continue on this road, and when you reach a roundabout take the first exit. Travel on this road in an easterly direction, pass over the mini-roundabout and turning right at the second set of traffic lights for Boverton. Proceed along this road and taking the first left hand turning into Boverton Road - before the parade of shops. Belvedere House is the last house on your right, bordered to the rear by open fields. 

PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 2002 Watts & Morgan LLP are obliged to report any knowledge or reasonable suspicion of money laundering to NCA (National Crime Agency) and should such a report prove necessary may be precluded from conducting any further work without consent from NCA.

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11 July 2016

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