Property Description

The Cottages, Pen-Y-Turnpike Road
Dinas Powys
CF64 4HR

£575,000

Features

  • Extended character cottage
  • Potential for a garage
  • Large plot with mature garden
  • Dedicate parking
  • 4 double bedrooms
  • Family and pair of en-suite bathrooms
  • Open plan kitchen & breakfast room
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Arranged over 3 storeys
  • Wood burner

Description

Beautiful extended period cottage located on the fringe of the village boasting deceptively spacious accommodation including an open plan kitchen & breakfast room, 3 further receptions rooms and 4 doubles bedrooms, two with en-suites.

Property Summary
The extended, character property has origins which date back to the 1600's.

The cottage offers deceptively spacious accommodation, arranged over 3 storeys and extends to 210 sq m (2,164 sq ft).

This briefly comprises:

Ground Floor
o Porch & Hallway
o Living Room with open fire
o Rear reception
o Dining room with French doors opening onto the garden
o Kitchen & breakfast room with wood burner
o Utility area & WC

First Floor
o Landing
o 3 double bedrooms with en-suite master
o Large bathroom

Second Floor
o Landing
o Double bedroom
o En-suite bathroom
o Storage under eaves

The house is set in delightful, mature grounds with dedicated parking.

Further features include:
o Wood burner
o Period features
o Slate floors
o Feature exposed stone walls
o Stripped wooden floors
o Generous storage areas
o Mature garden with fruit trees
o Potential for a garage (planning lapsed)




Ground Floor
The hallway has a solid wood entrance, exposed stonework walls and a striped wooden floor.

Stairs rise to the first floor and a door leads to the living room, which in turn provides circulation around the remainder of the ground floor living areas.

The principle reception has an exposed beam ceiling, striped wooden floor, period fireplace and door to the under-stairs storage cupboard.

A second reception to the rear has a slate floor and open fireplace.

Ground Floor Continued..
Doors from the second reception lead to a utility area and WC. The former has space / plumbing for a washing machine and a tumble dryer. The room also accommodates a wall mounted combination boiler.

The light and airy dining room, also with slate floor, has a dual aspect, double doors leading to the kitchen & breakfast room plus French doors opening onto the garden.

The kitchen and breakfast room features an exposed beam ceiling, a continuation of the slate floor and a wood burning stove with slate hearth.

The fitted kitchen has matching wall and base units, solid wood work surfaces and a porcelain sink unit.

A large central island offers further storage units, wood work surfaces and an electric hob.

Additional appliances include twin electric ovens, built in microwave and coffee machine and a wine cooler.

First Floor.
The first floor hosts 3 bedrooms.

All are well proportioned doubles and the master features a picture window, built in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom with shower, WC and wash hand basin.

The second bedroom has a pair of windows allowing generous levels of natural light.

All have stripped wooden or wood effect flooring.

A modern, fully tiled, family bathroom with bath, shower enclosure, WC, and vanity wash hand basin completes the first floor accommodation.

Attic Conversion
The substantial loft space has been converted with both planning and building regulations.

The area now offers a large double bedroom with en-suite bathroom.

A rear window has elevated views across the garden and a Velux skylight offers additional natural light.

The en-suite bathroom is also impressively proportioned and comprises a 'P' shaped bath, WC, wash basin and wood effect flooring.

A window, with pleasant aspect, overlooks prestigious neighbouring properties.

The landing offers enclosed storage within the eaves , a Velux window and exposed brickwork wall.


Grounds
A swing gate leads to a generous dedicated parking area.

Steps fall to a large mature garden which bar a blockwork patio, is predominantly laid to lawn and hosts a variety of fruit trees including cherry, plum and apple.

There is also a fine Blossom tree.

The boundaries are bordered in part by mature trees which offer privacy and screening.



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

WHY LIVE IN DINAS POWYS?
Dinas Powys has a traditional village centre with a rural and unspoiled feel.

It also has local amenities which include a post office, shops, deli, 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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