Property Description

Langholm, The Mount
Dinas Powys
CF64 4DT

£455,000

Features

  • Semi-detached period residence
  • Believed to date back to the 1600s
  • Situated in the heart of the old village
  • Fronting Dinas Powys Common
  • 3 reception rooms plus garden room
  • 3 double bedrooms
  • Bathroom & Ground floor shower room
  • Walled garden with access to Station Road
  • Short walk to the railway station
  • Stones throw from the village Square

Description

Delightful, three double bedroom, period cottage located on the fringe of Dinas Powys Common. Some work required in terms of potential updating. NO CHAIN.



Situation.
Langholm is situated just off The Mount, within a stone's throw of the village square 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
The house is approached via a storm porch and original, solid wood entrance door and glazed side panel.

The hallway features pine 'ledge and braced' doors which lead to the three reception rooms.


Reception Rooms.
The principle reception (living room) enjoys a dual aspect with bay window and French doors which open onto the front garden. To the rear, sliding patio doors lead to the garden room / conservatory.

The well proportioned living area also features an exposed ceiling beam and impressive open fireplace with stone surround and hearth.

To the rear, a door leads the second reception, located of the kitchen which was used by the previous owner as a formal dining room.

The dining room has a pleasant view across the garden, useful walk in storage cupboard and open stairs, with recess beneath, rising to the first floor. It also incorporates an open fireplace and alcoves with exposed stonework and display shelving.

The third reception, or 'snug', has extensive shelving and like the principle reception, a bay window which incorporates French doors.

Kitchen, Utility & Cloakroom
The kitchen, with vaulted ceiling and view across the terrrace, is fitted with wall and base units on two sides, work surfaces and a stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap.

There is space for an oven, fridge / freezer and space / plumbing for a washing machine or dishwasher.

A utility room, with side window, lies adjacent to the kitchen and in turn leads to the shower room with WC.





Bedrooms & Bathrooms.
A central landing leads to all three bedrooms and the bathroom.

All bedrooms are doubles, have fitted wardrobes, broad windows allowing generous levels of natural light and a pleasant aspect.

Two also have vanity units with sinks.

The family bathroom comprises a large bath with shower over and wash hand basin. Built in cupboards accommodate the modern 'Worcester' combination boiler and large airing cupboard.

A separate WC completes the first floor accommodation.




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

To the rear, the garden gently slopes away from the cottage towards Station Road where a pedestrian gate provides a short cut to the village Square and Railway Station.

Landscaping includes a natural stone paving and pathways plus a wide variety of planting, mature shrubs and trees.

Dimensions.
Dimensions can be found on the attached floor plans.