Property Description

28 Elm Grove Road
Dinas Powys
CF64 4AB



  • Traditional cottage
  • Immaculately presented throughout
  • Recently extended
  • Stunning open plan kitchen & diner
  • 2 further reception rooms
  • Village location
  • Period features including fireplaces
  • Pleasant south westerly garden
  • Utility room & New boiler in 2019


Traditional, 3 bedroom, semi-detached cottage with beautiful open plan kitchen and diner, utility area and 2 further reception rooms. Pleasant garden with south westerly aspect. £250 contribution towards solicitors fees if using Barratts preferred solicitor. New boiler in 2019.

uPVC double glazing with bespoke, 'Thomas & Sanderson' shutters in the living and dining rooms plus master bedroom.

Heating is by way of a gas fed combi boiler with programmer and radiators with thermostatic valves.

The loft space is insulated and in most part, boarded out.

The house maintains many period features including skirting boards, dado rails, picture rails and cornicing.

Entrance Porch
Solid wood entrance door and original, period tiling to the floor and walls (to dado level).

Period wood block flooring, dado rail and cornicing.

Stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading to the living room, dining room and kitchen.

Storage cupboard beneath the stairs.

Living Room (12' 6" Max x 12' 6" Max or 3.80m Max x 3.80m Max)
Well proportioned principal reception room featuring a bay window with bespoke shutters and beautiful period fireplace.

Fitted carpet, picture rail and cornicing.

Dining Room (12' 8" Max x 11' 0" Max or 3.85m Max x 3.35m Max)
Open fireplace (ideal for a wood burning stove) with Oak mantel piece and built in alcove display cabinet.

Fitted carpet and rear facing window with shutters.

Kitchen/Diner (16' 5" Max x 13' 9" Max or 5.0m Max x 4.20m Max)
Recently extended, open plan, kitchen / diner with french doors opening onto the garden and pair of Velux windows.

High specification kitchen with gloss white units, solid work tops and island.

Integrated appliances include a fridge / freezer, dishwasher and wine cooler.

Also comprising a built in oven, gas hob and extractor.

Tiled floor and opening to the utility room.

Utility Room (8' 2" Max x 4' 7" Max or 2.50m Max x 1.40m Max)
Side facing window and fitted wall units.

Space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.

Wood effect laminate floor covering.

WC, wash hand basin and side facing window.

Doors leading to the 3 bedrooms and bathroom.

Hatch to the sizeable loft space which has the potential for conversion to provide additional living accommodation (similar to a number of neighbouring properties).

Fitted carpet.

Bedroom 1 (16' 5" Max x 10' 6" Max or 5.0m Max x 3.20m Max)
Fabulous and excellently proportioned master bedroom.

Stripped and painted wooden floor boards, wood panelled walls in part and radiator with attractive cabinet.

Pair of front facing windows with bespoke 'Thomas & Sanderson' shutters and period fireplace.

Bedroom 2 (12' 8" Max x 11' 0" Max or 3.85m Max x 3.35m Max)
Another sizeable double bedroom with rear facing window and south westerly aspect overlooking the garden.

Stripped wooden floor boards and further period fireplace.

Bedroom 3 (8' 2" Max x 4' 11" Max or 2.50m Max x 1.50m Max)
Single bedroom, cot room or study with window overlooking the garden.

Fitted carpet.

Bathroom (9' 2" Max x 5' 3" Max or 2.80m Max x 1.60m Max)
Roll top bath with shower attachment, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

Partially tiled walls, chrome radiator towel rail and side facing window with obscured glass.

Wood effect laminate floor covering.

The property has an elevated frontage with small forecourt leading to the front porch and side pathway.

To the rear, the property enjoys a sizeable, south westerly facing garden which is predominantly laid to lawn bar a graveled terrace.

The lawn has planted borders with hedgerow border in part.

A garden shed is located at the bottom of the garden.

Dinas Powys has a population of nearly 9,000 and is the 5th largest settlement in the Vale of Glamorgan.

It has a traditional village centre with a rural and unspoiled feel.

It also has local amenities which include a post office, shops, a bank, public houses and restaurants.

In addition, there are great transport links to surrounding areas including Cardiff and J33 of the M4.

There are also 2 railway stations, Eastbrook and Dinas Powys, with regular services (4 per hour) to Cardiff Central with an approximate journey time of just 15 minutes.

Excellent schools include Dinas Powys Infants, Murch Junior School and St Andrews Major Church in Wales Primary.

There is a large village common with children's play area and tennis, bowls, rugby and cricket clubs which cater for all ages.

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