4 bedroom detached house for sale

Heol Maes Y Dre, Swansea

£465,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Bespoke self build property
  • Spacious well appointed living and bedroom accommodation throughout
  • Designed by the current owners with construction completed in 2002
  • Deceptively large property which must be viewed to be appreciated
  • Open Plan living/dining and kitchen space
  • Study, Utility room , ground floor cloakroom
  • Three double bedrooms to first floor including master bedroom with en- suite bathroom and family shower room
  • Second floor guest suite with fourth bedroom and dressing room which could be sub-divided to create a 5th bedroom
  • Off road parking to front
  • Mature landscaped rear garden bordering the Tawe river

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This bespoke self build property designed by the current owners in 2002 is situated in the heart of the sought after and fashionable Ystradgynlais village. The quality of finish throughout the property is of the very highest standard . An extensive variety of reclaimed materials and have been used successfully created. A timeless yet with contemporary modern living.

Briefly the accommodation comprises: double doors into the entrance hallway (4`9" X 12`2"), which has stairs rising to the first floor. Reclaimed oak wood floors continue via double obscure glass paneled doors, into the impressive open plan lounge/living/kitchen and dining areas. This reception areas are cleverly divided with a slight difference in floor levels. The lounge ( 17`8" widening to 20`10" x 15`9") area has a feature fire place with a gas real flame coal effect stove reclaimed herringbone brick chimney breast, flanked by obscure and leaded windows. There are built in under stairs storage cupboard and display shelving within recess. The bespoke kitchen/living room ( 14`6" widening to 23`2" x 14`3") offers a range of handmade base and wall mounted units, with hardwood work surfaces, with Travertine tiled splash back tiling over. With the kitchen is a Belfast sink unit with mixer tap over and space for a range cooker, integrated appliance include : a baseline fridge and dishwasher. Three pairs of tall French doors lead into the impressive Orangery, with a lantern style roof, this space is flooded with light, with further glass panel door and sliding windows giving access and views into the landscaped rear garden. The Orangery (13`7" x 22`4") has Travertine tiled flooring throughout and a fitted range of base units ,with built in appliances. French doors with matching side panels , linking the Orangery and kitchen lead from the lounge into the study, which is located at the front of the property and has window overlooking the forecourt parking. The Utility room range of built in pantry storage cupboards, sink unit with mixer tap over, space for washing machine. A side hallways has a pedestrian door to side and has built in wine rack and further storage space . Finally on the ground floor is a cloakroom offering a white two piece suite.

The first floor landing ( 8`9" x 15`9") with stairs rising to the 2nd floor accommodation, has a built in double airing cupboard housing the central heating boiler, pressured hot water tank and shelf space. The master bedroom ( 15`1" x 11`4" from built in wardrobes) located at the rear of the property has two pairs of french doors, leading out to a Juliette style balcony with views over the Orangery into the garden beyond. The room has an extensive range of bespoke wardrobe units and display shelving. The master bedroom benefits from a en-suite bathroom ( 14`4" x 7`5"), also with French doors to rear, it offers a Villeroy and Boch three piece suite comprising: Jacuzzi style panel bath, with central mixer tap/shower attachment over, low level WC and a sink unit, with full tiling to floor and walls. Bedrooms two ( 11`10" x 11`9") and three ( 11`9"x 14`11") are also generous size double bedrooms, with built in bedroom furniture. The family shower room ( " x 817") , has a contemporary mains rainfall shower fitted, with fitted glazed shower screen, his and hers sink units with storage below and a low level WC . The room has full tiling to floor and walls. The second floor ( 82 x 10" widening to 13`7" x 14`6") currently comprises of a guest suite which could be divided to create a 5th bedroom. Currently the large bedroom area has double doors into eves storage space . An en-suite shower room offers a three piece suite comprising: double shower cubicle, with mains shower fitted, low level WC and wall mounted wash hand basin, with full tiling to floor and walls and glass block walling. A walk way from the bedroom leading to the dressing area ( 11`3" x 13`10"), is flanked by further storage and display shelving. The dressing area with semi circular window to rear, enjoys views over the garden and is flanked by eves storage space.

Outside to the front of the property, is a flagstone laid forecourt garden offering parking space for three vehicles. To the rear is a landscaped enclosed garden , with shrub ,tree and plant specimens. Designed and planted by the current owners a herringbone reclaimed bricked pathway , leads through the garden passing a lawn area with steps leading to a large private entertainment area, bordered by brick walling.

The boundary is elevated above the river Tawe and enjoys the sound of running water. Within the garden is a detached summer house (8`6" x 13`5") with windows overlooking the patio garden , it has exposed wooden flooring and benefits from power and lighting. An open doorway leads into a kitchenette to the patio, it offers a range of base and wall mounted units with integrated electric oven, space for fridge, slimline dishwasher and wine cooler. Off the kitchen leads into a shower room which houses a low level WC ,with double shower cubicle and plumbing in place for a shower to be fitted and a wall mounted sink unit. Also part of the summer house is a separate garden store room, with power and lighting. The roof line of the summer house extends to create a covered sitting area with a pitch ceiling with exposed roofing timbers, benefiting from power and lighting and flagstone floors.




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Nearest station

  • Neath (8.2 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Herbert R Thomas, Neath

33 Alfred Street, Neath, SA11 1EH

01639 348007 Local call rate

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