Property Description

Old Mill Cottage, Mill Road
Dinas Powys
CF64 4BU

£649,500

Features

  • Exceptional family residence
  • Beautiful mature grounds
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Kitchen, utility & cloakroom
  • Immaculately presented throughout
  • Aga Range Cooker
  • Period features
  • Wood burning stove
  • Driveway

Description

A beautiful period home, set in mature grounds and discreetly located within a stone's throw of the village square.

Overview.
Old Mill Cottage was built in c.1936 and is rumoured to sit in the former grounds (known as the 'Herb Garden'), of the Dinas Powys Castle.

The well balanced accommodation includes 3 individual reception rooms located off a spacious hallway, together with a kitchen, utility room and WC.

The first floor hosts 4 bedrooms and a traditional family bathroom with freestanding roll top bath and separate shower.

Useful storage space can be found in the sizeable attic which has been boarded out, carpeted and fitted with a Velux window and power points.

The detached residence enjoys a sizeable, corner plot mature garden, forecourt parking and summerhouse.

The landscaped grounds encompass a walled terrace, formal lawn and kitchen garden with greenhouse.

Fine tree specimens such as a Scotch Pine, Red Cedar and magnificent Willow.








Porch, Hallway & Receptions
A fully glazed porch with flagstone floor and French doors leads to the generous entrance hallway via a hardwood stable door.

An attractive return staircase, with recess beneath, rises to the first floor and doors lead to all three reception rooms. Plate rails and a solid wood maple floor, which runs through to the living and dining rooms, add character.

The principle reception, namely the living room, is dominated by a broad recess within which sits a period fireplace with cast iron, multi fuel burning stove.

Further features include plate rails and an impressive bay window which rises towards a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams.

The well proportioned dining room accommodates a bay window, plate rails and open fireplace with storage cabinet built within one of the alcoves.



Conservatory
The conservatory or 'garden room' is located off the dining room and has a pleasant aspect overlooking the walled area of the garden.

French doors open onto the flagstone terrace.

Kitchen, Breakfast Room & Utility Room
The modern and well equipped kitchen enjoys a pleasant view across the garden and features exposed ceiling beams, recessed lighting and an Aga cooker.

An opening links with the adjoining breakfast room and a slate floor runs throughout the two.

The adjoining utility room, with useful storage cupboard, is fitted with further work surfaces, a sink and drainer and space / plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.

The utility room also leads to the cloakroom.



Bedrooms & Bathroom.
The first floor hosts 4, light and airy bedrooms, three of which are doubles and have fitted wardrobes. The master also features a broad bay window.

A traditional family bathroom with freestanding roll top bath, shower enclosure and Victorian 'high level' WC completes the accommodation.





Grounds
The landscaped and mature grounds include a private walled terrace, formal lawn and kitchen garden with greenhouse.

In addition to well established beds and borders which host a variety of plants, shrubs and trees, fine specimens include a Scotch Pine, Red Cedar and magnificent Willow.

The corner plot also accommodates a sizeable summerhouse (with power supply) and forecourt parking for 2 cars.

Additional Information
The house benefits from the following:

A new combination boiler (2015) & uPVC double glazing throughout.



WHY LIVE IN DINAS POWYS?
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, golf and cricket clubs which cater for all ages.


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