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5 bedroom detached house for sale

St Mary Church, Vale Of Glamorgan, CF71 7LT

Removed £649,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Five bedroom family home
  • Set in a plot of 1/2 an acre
  • Three reception rooms; kitchen-breakfast room
  • Also conservatory
  • Parking & double garage
  • Large gardens & superb views
  • EPC Rating: E

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

SUMMARY In a unique position to the edge of the village, a detached, 5 bedroom family home with fine, far reaching views over fields and farmland. Extended accommodation includes: lounge, living room, family room, dining room, kitchen and breakfast room. Also cloakroom and utility room. Master bedroom en suite; second en suite guest bedrooms; three further double bedrooms and family bathroom. Parking and double. Gardens and grounds including lawn and seating areas of approaching half an acre in total. 

SITUATION The village of St Mary Church is approximately 2½ miles from the town of Cowbridge with a church and a well regarded primary school in the adjoining hamlet of "The Herberts". The market town of Cowbridge offers a wide range of local amenities including well regarded schools, a wide variety of quality national and local shops, library, health centre and the old community hall. Sport is catered for at the local leisure centre in addition to various clubs including tennis, squash, rugby, football, cricket and bowls. Access, both east and west is via the A48 which by-passes Cowbridge and the M4 lies further to the north with junctions 33, 34 and 35 providing access to and from the Vale of Glamorgan.  

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY In a elevated position to the edge of this much respected village, Llanfair House enjoys glorious views over farmland, as far away as Penllyn. This modern property sits in a generous plot of approaching half an acre, with the principal living rooms all positioned to enjoy the views. An entrance porch has doors opening into hallway from which a stairs lead to the first floor bedrooms and doors lead into a family sitting room, to a kitchen-breakfast room, and to an especially large dining room beyond which is a large lounge. One further door leads into a cloaks storage area with wc beyond. The large lounge with its adjoining conservatory both enjoy the most wonderful of views over the locale and both are more recent additions to the original property, significantly adding to the floor space. The lounge features a 'Minster'-style fire surround with woodburner within; and has two sets of double doors opening to a broad decked seating area. The adjacent conservatory enjoys more panoramic views over the area and opens to the deck and also to a sheltered, paved seating area. Connecting into the conservatory, the dining room and into a breakfast area, the kitchen includes plenty of storage and a matching central island unit. A four-oven oil-fired Aga including warming plate is to remain; so too a fully integrated dishwasher and microwave. A long utility room has further storage and space / plumbing for a washing machine / venting for a drier.

To the first floor, two of the five bedrooms are both en suite. The largest double bedroom includes an especially generous run of fitted wardrobes and storage; the second bedroom enjoys a fine open view from floor-to-ceiling windows. Of the three other double bedrooms, two have built in wardrobes; and all have use of the family bathroom with it bath and separate shower. 

GARDENS AND GROUNDS Thoughtfully positioned within its plot, Llanfair House has a driveway parking and turning area immediately fronting it. From here, there is access into the double garage and also into an enclosed and paved courtyard area to the rear of the property.

The garage is accessed via twin up and over doors. One bay (approx. max 5.6m x 3.3m) provides a good additional storage space. An internal door opens from here into the second bay (approx. mad 5.2m x 2.7m), currently fitted as a sound-insulated music practise room.

The largest portion of the garden is overlooked by, and accessed from, both the conservatory and the lounge. It enjoys these most appealing views over farmland in a westerly and northerly direction. The garden includes hardwood decked seating area and a sheltered, paved seating / dining area overlooked by the kitchen. A freestanding, timber built Home Office is to remain.

TENURE AND SERVICES Freehold. Mains electric, water and sewerage connect to the property. Oil-fired central heating. 

DIRECTIONS From our Cowbridge office travel in an easterly direction along the High Street to the traffic lights. Turn right onto the St Athan Road, follow this road out of Cowbridge approximately for a mile and a half. Travel through the hamlet of 'The Herberts', and take the first left, immediately after the sign for St Mary Church', into the village. The first driveway to the right leads to Llanfair House. 

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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12 September 2016

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