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£575,000

Castle Upon Alun, Nr St. Brides Major, Vale Of Glamorgan, CF32

  • 3 beds
Cottage
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£575,000

  • 3 beds
Cottage
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A truly delightful Cottage nestled in the reputable Vale village of Castle Upon Alun. Within one mile to St. Brides Major with Village shop and reputable restaurant The Fox . Dating back approx. 500 years, the Cottage has been tastefully refurbished throughout by the present owners. Accommodation comprising; entrance hallway, cloakroom/WC, utility, sleek kitchen/dining room, sun-room, generous lounge with original beams and log burner and family room leading to garden. First floor landing leading to three double bedrooms, one en-suite and a luxurious 4-piece family bathroom. An occasional attic room with separate home office. Externally presenting a beautifully landscaped south-west facing lawned front garden with porcelain paving, an additional raised patio/garden and, to the rear, a small courtyard. Detached converted garage into home office plus workshop. Off-road parking for 3/4 vehicles. Cowbridge School Catchment. EPC Rating: 'E'.

SUMMARY

A truly delightful Cottage nestled in the reputable Vale village of Castle Upon Alun. Within one mile to St. Brides Major with Village shop and reputable restaurant 'The Fox'. Dating back approx. 500 years, the Cottage has been tastefully refurbished throughout by the present owners. Accommodation comprising; entrance hallway, cloakroom/WC, utility, sleek kitchen/dining room, sun-room, generous lounge with original beams and log burner and second reception room leading to garden. First floor landing leading to three double bedrooms, one en-suite and a luxurious 4-piece family bathroom. An occasional attic room with separate home office. Externally presenting a beautifully landscaped south-west facing lawned front garden with porcelain paving, an additional raised patio/garden and, to the rear, a small courtyard. Detached home office plus workshop, and off-road parking for 3/4 vehicles. Viewing highly recommended to appreciate this tranquil setting, surrounded by countryside. Cowbridge School catchment.

ABOUT THE PROPERTY

* A footpath through the pretty lawned front garden leads to the canopied entrance with traditional-style stone surround. * The welcoming hallway has solid oak flooring and oak doors lead to a large cloaks cupboard, utility room, 2-piece cloakroom/WC and to all accommodation. A large loft hatch gives access to a loft space. * The kitchen/dining room has been fitted with a range of sleek handle-less matt grey wall and base units with complementary quartz surfaces, wrapping around into a breakfast bar giving space for high stools. A range of integral 'Bosch' appliances to remain to include; double oven with grill, combi microwave, dishwasher, 4-ring induction hob with touchscreen 'Samsung' extractor hood above and a freestanding American-style fridge/freezer to remain. Offering a large pantry cupboard and a pull-out sliding cupboard. An oak deep siled window is offered to the rear aspect with courtesy doors leading through into the sun-room and the lounge. The kitchen/dining room has been fitted with 'Amtico' tile-effect flooring and features an original cellar with steps leading down providing access to ample storage. * The sun-room is a great addition to the property and is currently utilised as a dining/music room. Offering a mono-pitch roof with sky lights, Anthracite uPVC windows and triple bi-folding doors provide ample natural light to this reception room. Additionally presenting ceramic tiled flooring with underfloor heating and access is provided onto the east-facing shingle courtyard.* The focal point to the generous sized lounge is the 'Village' freestanding log burner set on a slate heart with original oak mantel with adjacent built-in storage cupboard (original bread oven). The room enjoys original ceiling beams along with two handmade timber doors; one with original stone staircase leading to the first floor and the other leading into the family room. This dual aspect room offers ample space for soft furnishings and has been fitted with oak flooring. * Just off from the lounge lies a versatile family room which provides French doors leading out to the sunny garden and oak flooring; with access also from the hallway.* The original stone staircase leads up to the first floor landing with airing cupboard providing shelving for laundry and a radiator, plus second staircase to an attic room. * The principal bedroom is a light and airy generous double room offering lovely views to the rear over countryside and has its own contemporary 3-piece en-suite shower room. * Two further double bedrooms are on offer both with space for freestanding wardrobes and have delightful views over farmland. * The family bathroom has been fitted with a luxurious 4-piece suite with corner shower enclosure, tiled bath and ceramic tiled flooring. * To the second floor is an occasional attic room, with separate home office area offering two large Velux windows with elevated farmland views.

GARDENS AND GROUNDS

* The Old Cottage is nestled in a small, highly desirable Vale village with access from the country lane onto a pebbled driveway providing off-road parking for 3/4 vehicles. The property has right of access, shared with the neighbouring properties, which leads to their own private driveway. * Enclosed with stone walling, a timber gate opens onto a porcelain footpath which borders a fully landscaped lawned garden. To its sunniest position is a porcelain tiled patio which is ideal for Al-Fresco dining to enjoy the south-westerly aspect. * To the bottom of the garden, an additional timber gated with stone steps leads onto a raised lawned garden with timber storage shed to remain, planted with an abundance of colourful borders with additional patio area to enjoy the surrounding countryside views.* The original detached garage has been converted into a useful workshop with access into a fully insulated home office with full power supply and uPVC windows. * An additional sheltered courtyard garden is located to the rear which is accessed from the sun-room; it is laid to shingle and benefits from the morning sun.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Mains water and electricity. Oil-fired central heating. Septic tank drainage shared with neighbouring properties. Council Tax is Band: 'G'.

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