Property Description

Nine Oaks, Twyncyn
Dinas Powys
CF64 4AS

£750,000

Features

  • Unique detached property
  • Stunning panoramic views
  • Extending to over 3,000 sq ft
  • 0.5 acre plot with southerly aspect
  • Prime location within the village
  • Sweeping driveway
  • Double integral garage
  • Bordering woodland
  • Close proximity to golf course and all amenities
  • Requires upgrading & refurbishment

Description

Detached property enjoying a prime location within the village. Accommodation extending to over 3,000 sq ft, set in half an acre and enjoying stunning panoramic views towards the Bristol Channel. NO CHAIN.

GROUND FLOOR
The majority of the impressively proportioned accommodation (see attached floor plans) is arranged over the ground floor and has a southerly aspect with spectacular views.

An open plan kitchen & breakfast room leads to a formal dining area and lower living area.

Features include arched openings, a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, fireplace with cast iron wood burning stove, concealed bar area and patio doors (4 sets) opening onto elevated terraces.

In its current configuration, there are also 3 double bedrooms located off the entrance hallway, the master of which boasts a large en-suite and further set of patio doors.

A family bathroom completes the ground floor accommodation.





LOWER GROUND FLOOR
The lower ground floor accommodates a utility room, large office / storeroom and boiler room. Stairs within the hallway rise to the kitchen at ground floor level.

A large double garage, with electric up and over door, measures 6.00m x 6.80m. Within the garage, doors lead to a WC and former coal bunker.

Adjoining the garage is an open fronted under-croft area measuring 3.00m x 6.00m (presently a wood store).

GROUNDS.
Mature and very private grounds extend to approximately 0.5 of an acre.

Landscaping includes a broad, sweeping driveway, lawns, a pond and lower sheltered area which accommodates a summer house and brick built barbeque.

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.

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)
An EPC has been commissioned.

The certificate will be made available shortly.