4 bedroom detached house for saleCemetery Road, Aberdare
Sold STC £350,000
- Centrally situated on large plot
- Original features with sympathetic modernisation
- 2 reception rooms
- Kitchen/dining room
- Large mature garden
A substantial period property set in its own grounds within walking distance of Aberdare town centre.
Bryngwyn is situated within easy reach of Aberdare town centre and is an integral part of Aberdare's Victorian history.
Communications are excellent with the A470 providing access south to the M4 and capital city and north towards the retail centres in Merthyr Tydfil and onwards to the Brecon Beacons National Park. Park and ride facilities provide a regular service to Cardiff, with its mainline station providing fast and frequent services to London.
Local recreational facilities are in abundance with a host of rural based activities including cycling, trekking, climbing and a wealth of historical walks through areas such as Dare Valley Country Park and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Bryngwyn has been in the same family ownership since the early1970's and over the years has been sympathetically modernised in keeping with its Victorian heritage and now offers excellent family accommodation. On the ground floor is a large open plan living/dining room, sitting, kitchen/breakfast room and a ground floor shower room. On the first floor are four bedrooms and a luxury bathroom. A second floor attic conversion is almost complete with Velux windows and plumbing for an en-suite. There is also a cellar.
Set back from the highway providing considerable privacy the property is situated centrally on its plot with mature gardens and stone walled frontage onto the highway. A large garage has been extended to incorporate a versatile sun room/home office.
With a lot of natural light, stairs to first floor, access to principal reception rooms, recessed ceiling spot lights, high ceiling and original features.
Lounge 25' 8" Max x 13' 8" ( 7.82m Max x 4.17m )
A large through room with a dual aspect, a south facing broad full height glazed bay overlooks the front garden and a window to the rear overlooks a paved terrace, panelled walls and fitted bookshelves, coved ceiling, feature fireplace with a timber mantle, surround and slate hearth.
Stairs from the living room lead down to:
Cellar 8' 11" x 9' 11" ( 2.72m x 3.02m )
With tiled walls and floor, two free-standing water cylinders and wall mounted gas central heating boiler, additional storage.
Sitting Room 13' 6" x 12' 8" ( 4.11m x 3.86m )
With a south facing broad bay window overlooking the front garden, feature natural stone fireplace housing a free-standing cast iron multi-fuel stove.
Kitchen/breakfast Room 11' 1" x 22' 8" ( 3.38m x 6.91m )
With a semi-circular bay window and additional window overlooking the paved terrace, exposed timber floor, white base cupboards and matching work surfaces, single drainer sink, electric hob and oven with a stainless steel extractor hood above, space for a dining table in the semi-circular bay.
With a polished timber floor, a large double glazed window and timber entrance door leads to a canopy porch. An internal door opens into
With tiled walls and floor, white pedestal wash hand basin, wc and step-in shower, obscure glazed window to the side.
Stairs from the hall lead up to a landing with wood panelled walls.
Bedroom 1 14' 6" x 12' 6" ( 4.42m x 3.81m )
With a uPVC double glazed window overlooking the front garden, double room.
Bedroom 2 11' 9" x 12' 7" ( 3.58m x 3.84m )
uPVC double glazed window overlooking the front garden, A double bedroom with under floor heating. Two fitted mirrored wardrobes with a fitted central vanity unit.
With a dual aspect, sash window to the rear and gothic style window to the side, three door fitted mirrored wardrobe, laminate floor
A double bedroom with a upvc picture window overlooking the rear terrace
A luxury well-appointed white suite comprising step-in double shower, steps up to a large sunken bath, twin matching sinks set on a vanity unit, heated towel rail, sash window, tiled floor.
A staircase from the landing with a window overlooking the front garden leads up to
A former attic with Velux windows and sub-divided into two rooms. The proposed principal bedroom has a dressing area and plumbing in-situ for an en-suite bathroom.
Bryngwyn is screened from the highway by the original stone wall and bi-fold timber entrance gates into both the gardens and garage. There is an additional pedestrian entrance through the Victorian gate. It is a most attractive frontage. The gardens have been well tended with mature herbaceous borders, tall trees, mature shrubs, raised beds, lawns and a large paved terrace ideal for al-fresco dining with a stone water feature. There is generous off-road parking.
To the rear of the garden and adjacent to a lane is a substantial garage with bi-fold door entrance, power, light and concrete floor. Two large double glazed windows to the side of the garage provide a lot of natural light and potential for use as a home office/playroom etc. Stone steps to the side lead up to a door opening onto a side lane.
A single source CAT5 entertainment system is an part of the internal specification allowing music to be selected in each room.
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