Colhugh Street, Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan
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- Long term
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- PROPERTY TYPE
- Five Bedrooms
- Large Garden
- Period Features
- Three Reception Rooms
- Close To Train Station
- Fuel Burning Fire/Stove
- No Pets
- Period Cottage
Impressive entrance vestibule with period brass pull doorbell. Solid panelled door leads to entrance hallway.
With initial hard section foot wipe area with the remainder being newly carpeted and matching stair case with handrail and spindle balustrade, newel post leading to the first floor. Coat storage hooks, large original bell and radiator. Panelled doors give access to the living room, sitting room and open door access leads to a rear lobby area which is quarry tiled. This then has further doors giving access to the basement, breakfast room and kitchen. A final part glazed door leads to utility.
4.59m ( 15'1'') x 3.73m ( 12'3'')
Newly carpeted, this spacious room has a feature bay window (operational sashes). The focal point however is a magnificent stone fire place which has a tiled hearth and there is a wood burning stove inset. Alcove cupboard. Coved ceiling. Wide arch leads through to the kitchen.
3.50m ( 11'6'') x 3.35m ( 11'0'')
A wood effect cushion vinyl floor, the kitchen is newly appointed with matching eye level and base units in high gloss white and these are complemented by modern work tops which have one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit inset with mixer tap over. Integrated 2023 fitted 4 ring ceramic hob with electric oven under. A freestanding dishwasher will remain and here is a slot in space for a further appliance as required. Radiator with shelf over. Glazed double doors leading to an impressive sun room. Rear window looks onto the garden.
4.85m ( 15'11'') x 4.31m ( 14'2'')
Hexagonal shaped room which has reclaimed Oak frame and doors which give access to the mature rear garden which enjoys excellent privacy. There is a ceramic tiled flooring with hand carved nameplate. Polycarbonate pitched roof with lighting and established vines which will remain.
4.54m ( 14'11'') x 4.01m ( 13'2'')
A newly carpeted and very spacious room which has a front bay window. Focal point is an impressive period fire place which has a tiled hearth with matching back, open fire place inset and traditional style surround. Alcove cupboards and shelving. Smooth coved ceiling plus radiator.
Breakfast Room / Utility
3.63m ( 11'11'') x 3.01m ( 9'11'')
With a quarry tile floor, this room has a rear window, radiator, storage cupboards and is versatile with respect to its use.
Utility area has a tile flooring and doors giving access to outside and cloak room / WC. There is space and plumbing for washing machine (appliances to remain), a Belfast style sink and glazed monopitch roof.
Cloakroom / WC
1.21m ( 4'0'') x 1.01m ( 3'4'')
With a tile flooring and white suite comprising high level WC and period wash basin. Part stained glass window.
6.01m ( 19'9'') x 3.05m ( 10'1'')
Access via stone steps from the hall. This leads to a two room basement. First room is 6.1m by 3.5m. With a stone tile flooring, front window, strip light and period door leading to room two. Room two is 3.58m by 3.42m. In essence room 2 is a workshop with a variety of benches and handing space for tools etc. Front window and strip light.
Newly carpeted and arranged over several levels. Rear window. Doors give access to the four bedrooms on this level plus a separate bathroom and handy storage cupboards. Second carpeted stair case with handrail leads to the second floor.
4.52m ( 14'10'') x 3.83m ( 12'7'')
A newly carpeted main bedroom which has a front window with operational sashes plus additional side sash window. Fixed furniture to remain, comprising double wardrobe, two smaller single wardrobes and a bed frame. There is also a vanity sink and window seat both with storage under and chrome towel style radiator. Panelled door leads to the en suite.
3.07m ( 10'1'') x 0.09m ( 0'4'')
Comprising a WC with concealed cistern, period basin with vanity cupboard under and tiled splash back plus a step leads up to a double width shower enclosure which is fully ceramic tiled and has thermostatic shower inset. Chrome heated towel rail plus side window.
4.59m ( 15'1'') x 3.83m ( 12'7'')
A newly carpeted double bedroom with front window and operational sashes. Radiator. Two double wardrobes plus redundant loft hatch.
3.98m ( 13'1'') x 3.17m ( 10'5'')
A newly carpeted double bedroom with rear sash window. Radiator. Range of louvre fronted wardrobes and storage along one wall.
2.69m ( 8'10'') x 2.23m ( 7'4'')
A newly carpeted single bedroom with front sash window and radiator.
Newly carpeted landing space ideal for storage and with eaves storage cupboard. A traditional door leads to newly installed shower room and whilst a panelled door leads to bedroom five.
4.85m ( 15'11'') x 3.47m ( 11'5'')
A newly carpeted double bedroom with side window, radiator and Velux window offering some rural views. Vaulted stlye ceiling with partial limited headroom.
3.65m ( 12'0'') x 3.14m ( 10'4'')
Previously a bedroom and now a functional and practical room comprising a 2023 installed suite including close coupled WC, basin with vanity cupboard under and double quadrant style shower cubicle with non grout splash backs and thermostatic shower inset. Vinyl woof effect flooring. Eaves storage. Side window plus Velux. Chrome heated towel rail.
A deep forecourt setting the property back from the road and with an impressive entrance. Part interlocking brick paviour and part pea gravel and with a stone border, wrought iron painted fencing and matching gate.
A substantial mature garden which is laid primarily lid to a level awn. Stepping stones, established planted areas and a wide variety of plants, shrubs and trees. There is a raised sun patio, covered pergola style seated / storage area. The garden is enclosed enjoying great privacy with original stone walled borders.
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Colhugh Street, Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Llantwit Major Station0.4 miles
About the agent
Chris Davies is an estate agent with over 33 years of local knowledge and experience to assist in the rental of your property. With an experienced, qualified and dedicated lettings team we will ensure you are compliant with legislation in Wales. We conduct regular inspections, outsourced inventories and so much more.
To find out more and to achieve the best rental price for your property please call the Managing Director, Mr Andrew Fenton on 01446 713003
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