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4 bedroom detached house for sale

West Street, Broughton, Nr Wick, Near Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, CF71 7QR

Removed £365,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Immaculate, family home with 4 double bedrooms
  • Lounge, conservatory, kitchen, dining room
  • Also utility room & cloakroom
  • Bathroom, en suite to master bedroom
  • Outstanding views over open farmland
  • South facing landscaped garden
  • Off road parking
  • EPC Rating D 62

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

SUMMARY An immaculate family home with deceptively spacious accommodation thoughtfully modernised in recent years by the current Sellers. Large lounge, conservatory, contemporary 'John Lewis' kitchen with Aga and adjacent dining room. Also cloakroom and utility room. To the first floor: master bedroom with en suite shower room, contemporary family bathroom and three further double bedrooms. Off road parking. South-facing landscaped garden to rear with paved seating area and raised deck with fantastic views over farmland.  

SITUATION The village of Wick and the adjoining hamlet of Broughton are positioned within attractive countryside a short distance from the heritage coastline, with its beautiful cliff top walks and mixture of sandy and stony beaches. Wick is one of the more self-contained villages in the Vale of Glamorgan and contains a number of period houses, a local shop and post office, Church in Wales Primary School, two public houses, church, village hall, village green and local rugby and cricket clubs. Although enjoying the benefits of a rural community, the village is accessible to the towns of Cowbridge and Llantwit Major which both include a good range of retail facilities, and to the town of Bridgend (some 6 miles) which offers a comprehensive commercial, retail and leisure amenities. 

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Located midway between the village of Wick and the hamlet of Broughton, Fairwinds is a detached house bordered to its western side by open farmland. The deceptively spacious accommodation has been thoughtfully modernised in more recent years by the current sellers and must be viewed to be most fully appreciated. To the centre of the home is the entrance hallway, from which a staircase leads to the first floor. Doors lead into the lounge with conservatory beyond; and also into the kitchen with dining room beyond. Travertine tiles extend through one further doorway into a utility room and wc. An additional door from the hall leads to a rear porch way from which there is access into the garden and to storage sheds. The large family lounge is a generous space to the southern side of the property. It has, as a focal feature, a wood burning stove with solid oak over-mantel beam. One set of sliding doors opens directly to a slate paved patio seating area enjoying a south-westerly aspect while a second set of sliding doors leads to the conservatory from which doors open to the garden. The modern, quality John Lewis kitchen has been fitted within the last 12 months and includes fully integrated larder fridge with freezer beneath, a second freezer, wine cooler, dishwasher, electric oven and hob. A two oven, gas fired Aga is also included and remain. An open arch connects to the adjacent dining room.

To the first floor are four double bedrooms. All of these enjoy open views over surrounding countryside. The master bedroom has a contemporary en suite shower room whilst the second bedroom is an especially generous room. The two other bedrooms are both double rooms and all have use of the contemporary family bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle. 

GARDENS AND GROUNDS Fairwinds occupies a very pleasant spot, being bordered to its western side by open wheat fields; to the eastern side of West Street is further open farmland. From its frontage with West Street, there is access onto a block-paved parking area fronting the property, from which the property is accessed. A gated entrance gives access into the garden whilst, to the northern side of the property, a bespoke timber shed provides an ideal storage space. The largest garden space for the property occupies the sunny southern elevation and is a landscaped space including slate paved patio, a pergola-covered seating area, mature flower and shrub borders and, to its south-western corner, a raised, decked seating area perfectly positioned to look out over farmland and to catch the spectacular sunsets. The garden is accessible from both the lounge and the conservatory. The porch way, to the rear of the property, opens into this garden and also to a further storage area with shed / work station to the northern side of the property.  

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

DIRECTIONS On entering the village of Wick, turn immediately to the side of the Lamb and Flag Public House into Church Street. At the end of this road bear left onto Broughton Road. Continue along this road for about 1 mile and the property will be seen to the right hand side. 

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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14 July 2016

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