SITUATION & BRIEF DESCRIPTION The property comprises a single-storey, residential barn conversion, situated at "Maerdy Newydd" which is formerly a "working farm" but now comprises three barn conversions and the original farm house. Although enjoying the benefit of rural surroundings, the property is accessible to major road networks via the A48.
Equestrian enthusiasts may be interested to learn that the dwelling is available together with over 2 acres of pastureland.
Briefly, the accommodation comprises of Hall, Lounge, Kitchen / Dining Room, 4 Double Bedrooms, an En-suite Shower Room, plus Family Bathroom. The property also includes an annexed building with accommodation of lounge, bedroom and kitchen. This building also lends itself to use as a "at home office" or play / games room. Natural stone and gravel courtyard with covered roof area adjacent.
The village of Bonvilston lies along the A48, between Cowbridge and Cardiff and includes public houses/restaurants and Village Shop. Also nearby at Culverhouse Cross is the out of town Shopping Centre which includes Marks & Spencer, Tesco and other national retail outlets. The Vale of Glamorgan offers a good range of leisure and country pursuits. The town of Cowbridge includes schools of good reputation, a range of quality shops, a public library, health centre, leisure centre and various sporting clubs. The Heritage Coastline lies to the south, with its beautiful cliff top walks and mixture of sandy and stony beaches.
ACCOMMODATION Fitted carpets, as seen, are included in the guide price. The accommodation, with approximate room sizes, briefly comprises;-
Entrance A wooden cottage style entrance door with small glazed panel and outside lantern light adjacent.
Hall Entrance from the courtyard. Wooden, cottage style entrance door, L shaped in plan, and features stained pine doors leading off to the kitchen/dining room, bedrooms 1, 2 and 3 plus the bathroom. Flag style floor to the entrance now with fitted carpet over and to the remainder of the hall. Attractive combination of exposed stone and painted wall surfaces. Exposed timber beams to the ceiling. Window.
Kitchen/Dining Room 23' 5" x 12' 4" (7.16m x 3.78m) This room provides a good "family arrangement" having sufficient space for an informal dining table and chairs. The area has been fitted with a range of matching wall and base cupboard units with cream panelled doors and drawer fronts finished in light oak. Solid beach food preparation surfaces with co-ordinated tiled splash backs. Inset stainless steel double sink and drainer. Fitted Rangemaster, three door, gas hob cooker with extractor canopy over. Tiled mosaic splashback behind. Hoover washing machine. Silmans dishwasher. Windows to the south and north elevations. Breakfast bar. Painted flagged style floor. A pitched ceiling with exposed roof truss timbers. Panelled and part glazed external door with matching double glazed side screen. Latched, pine door to the:
Lounge 19' 0" x 12' 6" (5.80m x 3.83m) The focal point of this reception room is a stone built, feature fire place with beamed mantel. Wood burning stove. A wide, window to the side elevation overlooking the gravel garden. Rustic wooden dado rail. Wall uplighters. Pitched ceiling with exposed roof timbers.
Bedroom 1 17' 2" x 11' 5" (5.24m x 3.50m) A double bedroom with two windows to the eastern aspect, overlooking the front, courtyard garden. Exposed beam to ceiling and walls. Wooden dado. Doors to the bathroom and to a useful, walk-in wardrobe with hanging space. Electric light point.
Bathroom 11' 7" x 7' 6" (3.55m x 2.30m) A modern white three piece suite comprising bath with wooden panel and tiled shelves at either end, wash basin and W.C. Doors from the Hall and Bedroom 1.
Bedroom 2 12' 0" x 10' 6" (3.66m x 3.21m) This double bedroom includes a window to the western elevation. Beamed feature to walls. Various fitted wall shelves. Door to:-
En-Suite Shower/W.C. (Jack and Jill style) A white suite comprising W.C. and pedestal wash basin with tiled splash back. Shower cubicle with two fully tiled walls. Obscured glass screens. Useful, fitted storage cupboard. Tiled floor. Window to side. Door from bedroom three.
Bedroom 3 12' 7" x 10' 4" (3.85m x 3.15m) This double bedroom includes a window to the western aspect, a beam to the ceiling and beamed features to the walls. Built-in wardrobe with hanging rail, shelves.
Bedroom 4 (off the kitchen) 18' 10" x 11' 4" (5.75m x 3.46m) A versatile room which lends itself to use as a double bedroom or an additional reception room if preferred. Dual aspect windows to the southern and northern elevations. Two large beams to the ceiling.
Annexed Building 24' 6" x 15' 6" (7.48m x 4.73m) Approached across the courtyard. Part-glazed external door. Single glazed window.
OUTSIDE The property includes areas of courtyard garden, planned for low maintenance, including raised flower beds. Outside boiler house with Worcester oil fired central heating boiler. PVC oil tank. Small store housing bottle gas for the kitchen cooker.
The property includes amenity land, part of which was formerly a small quarry and pastureland of over 2 acres
SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Cesspit drainage. Oil central heating. Bottle gas for cooker.
DIRECTIONS From our Offices travel up the High Street to the Traffic Lights and go straight ahead, up the hill to the A48. Travel towards Cardiff and as one approaches the Aubrey Arms at Bonvilston take the left hand turning into a country lane. Continue in a northerly direction, and at the brow of the hill, take the left hand turning into a farm driveway towards the end of which the property will be found.