4 bedroom detached house for saleSt Andrews Road, Dinas Powys, Vale Of Glamorgan
Sold STC £895,000
- DISTINCTIVE DETACHED RESIDENCE CLOSE TO THE COMMON
- BEAUTIFULLY MAINTAINED LARGE GARDENS
- 4 BEDROOMS
- 5 RECEPTION ROOMS
- DOUBLE GARAGE WITH STUDIO OVER
- EPC: E
**SOLD BY PA BLACK, DINAS POWYS**
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A most desirable and distinctive detached double fronted residence, built about 1950, standing in beautiful large gardens, opposite the common.
The property comes complete with a detached double garage with a dedicated office/studio over. There is a very deep frontage, long pea gravel drive which extends to the rear and the main entrance. Here, double opening doors reveal the reception hall and cloakroom.
There are up to five living rooms including a conservatory, and much of the downstairs has wood-block flooring.
The large farmhouse kitchen comes complete with a gas-fired Aga and an array of fitted units. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a lobby with a store room, walk-in larder, and laundry room.
The master bedroom has a walk-through dressing room and large en-suite shower room. Apart from the very deep frontage, the rear garden has a stone terrace, barbecue area, and further lawn. Around the corner there is a large well-established kitchen garden with greenhouse and tool shed.
With the addition of the office/studio, this property offers not only location but versatility. Other features include white PVC double-glazed replacement windows (most replaced circa 2001), gas heating with panel radiators, a gas-fired Aga range cooker which also heats the domestic hot water, a multi-fuel stove within the snug, and mains services including gas, water, electricity and drainage.
All the windows and doors are double glazed with the exception of the oak front door with feature hand made glass panels.
Entrance Hall 16' 10" x 10' 7" ( 5.13m x 3.23m )
Entrance Hallway with double opening oak front doors revealing a large hall area with wood-block floor. Radiator. Doors to . .
Downstairs Cloak Room 6' 9" x 3' 4" ( 2.06m x 1.02m )
Cloakroom with w.c. and wash-hand basin. Quarry tile floor. Rear facing window.
Lounge 20' 11" x 14' 2" ( 6.38m x 4.32m )
An imposing main reception room with windows on three elevations. Oak-framed working fireplace and wood block flooring. Wall lighting points. Two radiators.
Formal Dining Room 16' 10" x 9' 10" ( 5.13m x 3.00m )
A formal dining room with oak double doors from hall. Broad front facing window overlooking the deep frontage. Wood-block flooring. Wall lighting points. Two radiators.
Snug 13' 10" x 11' 1" ( 4.22m x 3.38m )
Off the kitchen with bow window overlooking the frontage. Multi-fuel stove. Alcove cupboard. Radiator.
Kitchen And Breakfast Room 16' 5" max x 13' 10" max ( 5.00m max x 4.22m max )
Into a semi circular shaped bay. Following a farmhouse theme complete with gas fired Aga. There are a wide range of units with ample work surfaces and a porcelain sink beneath the rear facing bow window. Further window to the side. Plumbing for a dishwasher. Quarry tile floor. Stable style door to . .
Lobby with door to the inner courtyard, walk-in larder, storeroom, and a further door opening to the rear parking area.
Walk-In Larder 3' 6" x 3' 1" ( 1.07m x 0.94m )
Utility Room 6' 8" x 6' 3" ( 2.03m x 1.91m )
Laundry with an additional sink, plumbing for the washing machine, quarry tiled floor and frontward facing window.
Store Room 9' 3" x 4' 7" ( 2.82m x 1.40m )
Study 19' 6" x 10' 6" ( 5.94m x 3.20m )
A dedicated study or an alternative living room. Window overlooking the rear drive area toward the office/studio. Wall lighting points. Radiator. Double opening doors to . .
Conservatory 12' 6" max x 11' 7" max ( 3.81m max x 3.53m max )
Into a bay inset with white PVC double glazed french doors which open onto and over look the delightful rear gardens. Glazed on three elevations and double opening doors to the garden. Two radiators.
First Floor Landing Cloak Room 6' 2" x 3' 6" ( 1.88m x 1.07m )
First Floor Landing
A large landing area with rear, side and skylight windows. Access to the large partly boarded loft area by ladder. Boiler/airing cupboard. Additional wash-room/w.c. Range of wardrobes.
Master Bedroom 15' 11" x 11' 8" ( 4.85m x 3.56m )
With side and rear facing windows. Radiator.
Dressing Room 7' 10" x 8' ( 2.39m x 2.44m )
Walk through dressing room with wardrobes. Door to . .
Ensuite Shower Room 7' 10" x 7' 6" ( 2.39m x 2.29m )
En-suite. A tiled quality facility with large walk-in shower. w.c. and wash-hand basin. Heated towel rail. Front facing window.
Guest Bedroom Two 14' 4" x 14' 1" ( 4.37m x 4.29m )
Front and side facing windows. Built-in cupboard. Radiator. Connecting door to . .
Family Bathroom/ Ensuite 14' 2" x 6' 6" ( 4.32m x 1.98m )
Family Bathroom. Again finished with quality fittings including a large bath. Two windows. Heated towel rail.
Bedroom Three 15' 2" x 10' 11" ( 4.62m x 3.33m )
With built-in cupboard and front facing window. Radiator.
Bedroom Four 13' 11" x 10' 11" ( 4.24m x 3.33m )
With front and side facing windows. Corner wash-basin. Built-in cupboard. Radiator.
Long pea gravel drive which extends to the rear and the main entrance
Courtyard 25' 3" x 13' 5" ( 7.70m x 4.09m )
The courtyard is particularly pleasant for the early part of the day - breakfast/lunch.
The gardens are a delight. There is an extremely deep frontage laid to lawn, with a number of specimen trees. The long pea gravel drive extends to a large visitor parking area at the rear. Here is a stone terrace, barbecue area, and further lawn. Around the corner is a superb, well-established kitchen garden and orchard area.
The garage is a very good double with an automated door, sink, and water heater.
Entrance Hall 10' 7" x 5' 11" ( 3.23m x 1.80m )
Shower Room 8' 1" x 5' 11" ( 2.46m x 1.80m )
At entry level is a complete shower room/wc
First Floor Office/studio 25' 8" x 13' 4" ( 7.82m x 4.06m )
A staircase rises to the office/studio area which is open plan and includes a small kitchen area. Four windows on three elevations.
The rear garden has a stone terrace, barbecue area, and further lawn. Around the corner is a large and well-established kitchen garden with greenhouse and tool shed. With the addition of the office/studio, this property offers not only location but versatility.
Dinas Powys (also spelt 'Dinas Powis') is a large village and a community in the Vale of Glamorgan in South Wales which takes its name from the Dinas Powys hillfort that dates from the Iron Age. The village is 5.6 miles (9.0 km) south-west of the centre of Cardiff and conveniently situated on the A4055 Cardiff to Barry main road. It is generally regarded as a pleasant dormitory village for Cardiff's commerce and industry commuters since the city has expanded with widespread development around the Cardiff Bay area.
Despite the addition of several housing developments over the past fifty years, the old village centre of Dinas Powys still has a mostly unspoilt and almost rural feel, retaining a large village common and a traditional village centre complete with a post office facility and a range of small independent shops, public houses, restaurants and community facilities. In addition, there are shops, garages, a small supermarket and vetinerary practice on the main Cardiff Road. There are a selection of shops on the Murch estate where the Dinas Powys Medical Centre and pharmacy is also located.
According to recent electoral rolls the population is in the region of 8,800. This establishes the village as the fifth largest settlement in the Vale of Glamorgan and larger than many chartered towns in the UK.
The village has two schools - Dinas Powys Primary School (formed in 2015 by the amalgamation of the Dinas Powys Infants School and the Murch Junior School), and St. Andrews Major Church in Wales Primary School.
The nearest secondary school is located in Penarth.
Sports And Recreation
The extensive recreation area at the village Common, administered by Dinas Powys Community Council, is home to several established sports teams. The first Rugby Football was played on the Common at Dinas Powys in 1882. It is said that a group of young farm workers challenged a group of players at the new Gwalia Brickworks and thus history was made. The Dinas Powys Rugby Club, located on the Common, also caters for several skittles teams. Organised sports are also played on Parc Bryn-a-don and the Murch playing fields within the village.
Other nearby sports activities available are:
Golf: the Dinas Powys Golf Club was founded in 1914 and is considered to be one of the finest courses in Wales, with views over the city of Cardiff and Cardiff Bay.
Football: the Dinas Powys Football Club became the first in the Vale of Glamorgan to achieve the Club Accreditation Programme Bronze Award set by the Football Association of Wales Trust Technical Department.
Cricket: the Dinas Powys Cricket Club was established in 1882. They field a 1st, 2nd and 3XI side in the Welsh Club Cricket Conference, playing their home league matches at Parc Bryn y Don, and also run a Midweek League side and a Sunday friendly side, playing home matches on the spiritual home of the Club, Dinas Powys Common. The Club also has a healthy junior section, running sides at Under 9, Under 11, Under 13, and Under 15.
Tennis: the Tennis Club, also adjacent to the Common, is considered one of the finest in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Riding: there has been an active branch of the Pony Club in the village since 1975.
Bowling: the Dinas Powys Bowling Club has been active since 1906 and its green is also adjacent to the Common.
Additionally, there are many voluntary organizations active within the village, including a large Scout group, which are available for the participation of residents.
The village has two railway stations, one at either end of the village with Eastbrook station at the Cardiff end and Dinas Powys station at the Barry end. Both stations are on the same Vale of Glamorgan railway line operated by Arriva Trains Wales. Northbound, there is a fifteen minute frequency (Monday to Saturday in the daytime) to Cardiff Central and beyond. Southbound, there are three trains to Barry Island, plus an hourly service to Bridgend via Rhoose.
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