Property Description

Kynance House, The Mount
Dinas Powys
CF64 4DG

£625,000

Features

  • Detached period residence
  • Located in the heart of the village
  • 2 formal reception rooms
  • Kitchen, breakfast & family room
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 4 double bedrooms
  • Private walled garden & driveway
  • Fronting Dinas Powys Common
  • Short walk to the railway station
  • Stones throw from the village Square

Description

A delightful period residence, in a superb setting, fronting Dinas Powys Common.

Situation.
Kynance is located in the heart of Dinas Powys and enjoys an enviable position, fronting the village Common.

This thriving village provides a range of shops, three public houses, coffee shop, deli and a restaurant.

Leisure facilities include tennis, golf and bowling clubs and there are beautiful walks over the Common and throughout surrounding woodland.

The area is also noted for its excellent primary schools.

Dinas Powys itself lies just 5.5 miles south west of the Capital City and 9 miles south east of J33 of the M4 motorway.

There are excellent transport links to the city centre with Dinas Powys railway station providing frequent services to Cardiff.

The village is also served by both Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan bus services.


Porch, Hallway & Cloakroom
The house is entered via an attractive, gable fronted porch with original, solid wood entrance door, Victorian floor tiles and pair of sash windows.

The stylish hallway, with generous floor to ceiling height and spindle staircase which rises to the first floor landing, features ornate cornicing.

Doors lead to the living and dining rooms together with a cloakroom/WC which comprises a two piece 'Heritage' suite.


Reception Rooms.
The living room enjoys a dual aspect and generous levels of natural light thanks to three large sash windows.

The impressive room features a working open fireplace with cast iron grate and wall of bespoke shelving with cupboard space beneath.

The well proportioned formal dining room has exposed ceiling beams, an open fireplace with oak lintel and sash window with pleasant view across the garden.

Both receptions have stripped wooden floors and ornate cornicing.

Kitchen, Breakfast & Family Room
A fabulous, open plan, family space which encompasses a well equipped kitchen to the rear, sizeable breakfasting area and informal living area to the front.

The kitchen is fitted with solid oak wall and base units, generous granite work surfaces and a 'Belfast' sink with mixer tap (also supplying filtered cold water via a charcoal purifier). A sizeable island incorporates a 5 burner gas hob, two integral fridges and a wine rack. Further appliances include an Aga and eye level electric double oven and grill.

A sizeable utility room lies adjacent to the kitchen which is fitted with matching oak cabinets, work counter, integrated freezer and space and plumbing beneath for a washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher.

The informal living area or garden room features three large windows overlooking the garden, two sky lights and a French door which opens onto the terrace.

A Chinese slate floor runs throughout.

Bedrooms & Bathrooms.
A spacious landing, with low level sash window, overlooking the garden, leads to all four bedrooms and the bathrooms.

All bedrooms are doubles and have large sash windows with a pleasant aspect. The master bedroom also features a run of fitted wardrobes.

The traditional family bathroom comprises a three piece 'Heritage' suite, including a large bath with shower over and a spacious en-suite, with bath and separate shower, completes the first floor accommodation.




Gardens
The house has an idyllic 'cottage' garden where in addition to a tall, natural stone wall, privacy is added by the pretty Methodist Church which bounds the property on one side.

Landscaping includes a lawn, dwarf hedging, rockery and water feature, together with a wide variety of mature planting which provides all year round interest and colour.

To the rear, an enclosed 'sun trap' courtyard offers an ideal place to entertain and dine 'al fresco'.

In addition, the grounds accommodate a detached outbuilding and driveway, accessed from Mount Road, which lies behind a pair of swing gates.




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