Property Description

Awelon, Pen-Y-Turnpike Road
Dinas Powys
CF64 4HG

£750,000

Features

  • Substantial family residence
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Fabulous garden room
  • 5 bedrooms & impressive family bathroom
  • En-suite master with roof terrace
  • Laundry and cloak rooms
  • Under floor heating in part
  • Delightful mature grounds
  • Elevated position with fabulous views
  • Only 5m from Cardiff City centre

Description

A beautifully appointed family home, with delightful grounds, set in a semi-rural location with far reaching views. Located on the fringe of Dinas Powys, within 5 miles of Cardiff City centre.

Features
The modern and spacious family accommodation comprises...

GROUND FLOOR:
o Porch & Hallway
o Living Room
o Dining Room
o Snug / Home Office
o Garden Room
o Kitchen & Breakfast Room
o Laundry Room
o Cloakroom / WC

FIRST FLOOR:
o Landing
o 5 Double Bedrooms
o 2 En-Suites including the Master with Roof Terrace
o Family Bathroom

Attached to the house is a substantial double garage.

In addition to a new gas fired central heating system, which was installed in 2009, the accommodation was modernised further in 2013.

Specifications now include:

o 'Stovax' multi-fuel burning stove
o Hi- spec kitchen with solid oak work surfaces
o Quality fixtures and fittings throughout
o Fitted carpet & solid oak wood block flooring
o Under floor heating (in part)
o Upgraded electrics and consumer unit
o New PVC glazing

Porch & Hallway
An open fronted storm porch and hardwood entrance door, lead to an inner lobby with built in cloaks cupboard.

A further, panelled oak door, leads to the hallway which benefits from generous levels of natural light and features a simple, yet attractive return staircase.

Internal doors lead to the living room, kitchen & breakfast room and cloakroom (with WC).

A solid oak wood block floor runs throughout.

Receptions & Garden Room
The generous living accommodation includes three reception rooms together with an exceptionally well proportioned garden room (added by the current owners).

The principle reception (living room) has a dual aspect and features a contemporary, 'Stovax', multi-fuel burning stove with polished slate hearth and oak mantel.

The dining room, which lies adjacent to the kitchen, has a pair of front facing windows and the third reception, which is presently utilised as a home office, could have a number of alternate uses such as a 'snug', playroom or music room.

The magnificent garden room, with under floor heating, features French doors which open onto the terrace.


Kitchen & Breakfast Room
An impressively proportioned area which combines a well equipped kitchen and a generous seating area which offers space for a breakfast table and chairs.

The combined areas extends to over 7m (21ft) in length.

The highly specified kitchen is equipped with extensive base and eye level storage units, with ornamental end shelves, solid oak work surfaces and a ceramic sink and drainer with chrome mixer tap.

Appliances include a 'range' style oven with fitted extractor hood above and an integrated dishwasher.

A broad window overlooks the garden and bi-folding doors lead to the garden room.



Laundry Room
The dedicated utility / laundry room is fitted with storage units, work surfaces and a sink and drainer.

There is also space / plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.

A door leads to a further, small front porch and in turn the driveway.

First Floor Bedrooms & Bathroom
The first floor hosts 5 double bedrooms, located off a generous landing.

Two have en-suite facilities, including the master which also boasts French doors opening onto a roof terrace with garden views.

A beautiful and luxurious family bathroom, with freestanding roll top bath and separate shower enclosure, completes the first floor accommodation.

Double Garage (17' 5" x 17' 5" or 5.30m x 5.30m)
Large, double garage with electrically operated, up and over door.

Electric points and lighting.

Door to the rear opening onto the garden.

Grounds
The property nestles in a sizeable plot, which enjoys an elevated position with commanding views across open countryside, towards the Bristol Channel and English coastline.

FRONT
The house benefits from a very deep frontage with gently sloping, formal lawn, intercepted by the driveway which leads to a double garage.

Established trees and hedgerow offer privacy and screening.

REAR
The rear garden is arranged over two levels with lower terrace and steps rising to a larger, upper area which again, is predominantly laid to lawn.

Mature planting includes a wide variety of plants, shrubs and trees including cherry, apple, plum and pear.

The rear boundary is clearly defined by established hedgerow, beyond which lies open pasture land.

Dimensions.
Room dimensions (both metric and imperial) can be found on the attached floor plans.

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, cricket and golf clubs which cater for all ages.


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