Property for sale in Penderyn, Aberdare CF44

£699,950
5 5 2
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Property features

  • Rural Setting
  • Known Star Gazing Area
  • Located in the Brecon Beacons National Park
  • Peaceful, Scenic and Tranquil
  • Special Scenic Site for Flowers
  • Council Tax Band G

Property description

Bidmead Cook & Williams Aberdare are bringing to market a unique opportunity in the form of a delightful 18th Century 5 bed detached property. Set in its own grounds with approximately 5.44 acres of land, surrounded by fields and located in the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Bidmead Cook & Williams Aberdare are bringing to market a unique opportunity in the form of a delightful 18th Century 5 bed detached property. Set in its own grounds with approximately 5.44 acres of land, surrounded by fields and located in the Brecon Beacons National Park

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Gated access with a private road leading to a delightful mid 18th Century 5 bed detached property. The house dates to around 1750. Set in its own grounds with approximately 5.44 acres of land, surrounded by fields and located in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Originally this property was a Welsh Long House, and was a tenanted farm in the 1950's. The property was fully renovated 11 years ago and has ample off road parking for approximately 5 cars. Access is gained via a flagstone pathway leading to the main entrance, with porch way and lawned areas surrounding. There are spectacular views of the open fields in a tranquil setting. All major road links to A470, A465, A4059 for access to local towns of Aberdare and Merthyr close by together with Cardiff.

Porch Way: Access to main house via a double glazed door to the kitchen area. Stone walls and flag stone floor.

Kitchen: (15'7 x 14')

Travertine tiles to floor, double glazed windows to front and rear, sink and drainer, working aga with stone feature surround, 6 burner gas stove, original wood feature beams, selection of wall and base units, roll edged work surface, power points, double panel radiator, solid oak doors. Dividing wall leading to Kitchen Sitting Area.

Kitchen Sitting Area: (15'7 x 8'8)

Flagstone floor, inglenook fireplace with stone set surround and solid oak beam and wood burner, double glazed window to front, original wood feature beams, power points, double panel radiator, access to bedroom 5 (currently being used as an office), ground floor shower room and utility room, accessed via an oak ledge door with Suffolk latch.

Bedroom 5/Study: 11'7 x 10'9)

Accessed via an oak ledge Door and Suffolk Latch. Double panel radiator, power points, internet access, plastered walls and ceiling, attic hatch for storage, telephone point, double glazed window to side which looks into the conservatory and the picturesque views of the surrounding gardens and countryside. Window overlooking back garden.

From the main kitchen area, there is a pantry, a feature stone spiral staircase leading to bedroom 1(Master Bedroom) and door leading to Reception Room 1.

Reception 1: (24'5 x 15'2)

Wheelchair accessible, flooded with natural lighting, flag stone floor, plastered walls with feature beams, 2 ceiling fans and lights, double glazed French doors to both sides of the room. One door gives access to the rear patio area offering open views of the surrounding countryside. The second door over looks the front forecourt with views of the fields.

Built in stone fire place with burner and built in copper chimney, ample power points, 3 double panel radiators, plastered walls and ceilings, smoke alarm. Telephone Point and Internet. Solid wood and glass door leading to Reception Room 2

Reception 2: (15'5 x 11'9)

Flag stone floor, power points, plastered walls and ceiling, control for central heating, double glazed window to rear and double glazed door to the front access of the property, overlooking the fields.

A further wood and glass door leads to bedrooms 2 and 3 & 4 on the ground floor, and a wooden staircase leading to all other bedrooms.

Boiler Room

With double glazed door for access from front of the house, double glazed window to the side, roll edge work surfaces, plastered walls and wallpapered ceiling, power points, wall mounted cupboards, large cupboard used as a drying area, contains lpg gas boiler, radiator, wooden shelves & hanging rail.

Ground Floor Hallway:

Flag stone floor, plastered walls and ceiling, single panel radiator, power points, access to Bedroom 4.

Bedroom 4: (15’6 x 13’10)

Solid wood door, carpeted floor, double panel radiator, power points, TV aerial, plastered walls and ceiling, double glazed window to rear with stone window sill, overlooking the lawn and with open views of the countryside. Double glazed door to front with direct access to the front forecourt and offering views of the fields.Access to Dressing Room and En-suite.

Dressing Room: (9’6 x 8’10)

Carpeted floor, double panel radiator, power points, plastered walls and ceiling, double glazed door to rear– providing direct access to the rear garden and over looking the pond and surrounding countryside.

En-suite: Solid wood door, ceramic tiled flooring, step in shower cubicle, sink with vanity unit, double glazed window to rear with stone window sill, heated towel rail, low level toilet and extractor fan.

Stairs to First Floor Landing:

Carpeted stairwell, plastered walls and ceiling with wooden beams, double glazed window to front with stone window sill, solid wood door to storage cupboard, a second solid wood door gives entry to a cupboard housing the boiler tank. The first floor landing has solid wood floor and gives access to Bedrooms 2 and 3 at each end of the landing.

Bedroom 2: (15’7 x 11’9)

A good size double bedroom, accessed via a solid wood door. Plastered walls and ceiling with wood beams, three sky lights, power points, double panel radiator, ceiling light, carpeted floor, TV aerial, solid wood door leading to the En-suite.

En-suite: Ceramic tiled floor, plastered walls and ceiling with original wood beams, step in shower cubicle, sink and vanity unit, heated towel rail, low level toilet.

Bedroom 3: (15’8 x 14’5)

A good size double bedroom with low level double glazed windows to front and rear, with stone windowsills, plastered walls and ceiling with wood beams, double panel radiator, power points, TV aerial, sky light, double glazed door leading to flag stone platform/balcony area over looking the open fields and countryside, with panoramic views. Stone Staircase leading to garden.

Solid wood door to En-suite: Ceramic tiled floor, plastered walls and ceiling with original wood beams, step in shower cubicle, sink and vanity unit, heated towel rail, low level toilet.

Leading from the main kitchen area, there is a set of original feature stone spiral stairs, leading to the Master Bedroom.

Master Bedroom (Bedroom 1): (19’7 x 15’3)

A solid oak ledge door with Suffolk latch gives access to this very good size room, with plastered walls and ceiling, two double panel radiators, two low level double glazed windows to rear with solid wood window sills and two double glazed windows to the front with solid wood window sills. Power points, TV aerial, original wooden beams and feature wooden ceiling. Solid wood door to fitted single wardrobe, and a further solid wood door to the En-suite.

En-suite: Ceramic tiled floor, sink and vanity unit with solid wood doors and storage area beneath, low level double glazed window to rear, heated towel rail, plastered walls with wooden beams, extractor fan and feature wooden ceiling with spot lights. Low level toilet, step in shower cubicle with power shower and glass door, two solid oak doors with Suffolk latch (one is used as a wardrobe, and the other as an airing cupboard housing the water tank and hatch to attic space).

From the kitchen area, there is a porch way with access to the Conservatory, Shower Room and Utility Room.Access by solid oak ledge door with Suffolk latch, flag stone floor, double glazed window to side, double glazed door to the conservatory, plastered walls and ceiling, fuse box.

Utility Room: (10’6 x 7’5)

Solid oak Ledge Door with Suffolk Latch. Flag stone floor, double glazed door to front, sink and drainer, plumbing for washing machine, roll edged work surfaces, plastered walls and ceiling, power points, wall mounted cupboards, plastered walls and ceiling, direct access to the front of the house.

W/C and shower room:

Solid oak Suffolk Latch door, low level toilet, ceramic tiled floor, double glazed window to rear, pedestal wash hand basin, step in shower cubicle and power shower, plastered walls and ceiling, heated towel rail.

Conservatory:

UPVC construction with double glazed French door opening on to the enclosed rear lawn area. This area overlooks the feature pond and has an extensive array of shrubs, trees and border plants, with a patio seating area. Panoramic views of the open countryside can be enjoyed, and there is a perfect opportunity to observe bird watching and wildlife.

Outside:

Original stone built property. Ample parking for approximately 5 cars, tarmac driveway edged by a feature dry stone wall, gated access directly on to the paddock, and access to the raised vegetable bed and soft fruit gardens. Lpg Tank.

Gated access to Paddock housing the tractor shed/farm utility building and tool shed.

Front pond area with lily pads, gated access to the rear field and top field, with a separate gate leading through to the walk way and open fields.

Rockery with a selection of mature shrubs, flowers and borders.

The front gardens and pathway are edged with mature trees and shrubs.

Grass pathway leading to grounds with an archway of trees making the entrance to a separate lawned area edged with Hazel Trees with commercial quality cob nuts. A rockery and feature spring fed well, accessed via gravel stone steps. There is also a second pond with a peaceful seating area in which to relax and unwind to the natural sounds of nature and bird song.

At the end of the pathway to the well a gateway leads you in to the main field and Pig Field.There are cooking and eating apple trees in this field. Gravity fed water feeds through a trough for both these fields from the well and then tumbles back to into the pond and stream. The grassed pathway then continues along through the well tendered gardens to the bottom pond, where watercress grows.You then enter a second seating area looking out across the open fields in front of a willow tree plantation within a willow arbor looking out across the open fields and the breath taking scenery surrounds you.

A wooden bridge over the babbling brook takes you to the edge of the bottom pond.

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Nearby transport

  • Aberdare (5.3 miles)
  • Merthyr Tydfil (6.1 miles)
  • Cwmbach (6.7 miles)
  • Cardiff Airport (27.4 miles)
  • Bristol Airport (43.6 miles)
  • Exeter International Airport (72.4 miles)
  • Swansea Queens Dock Ferry Terminal (21.3 miles)
  • Cardiff Castle Waterbus Stop (24.8 miles)
  • Taffs Mead Waterbus Stop (25.3 miles)

Nearby schools

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  • St Joseph's R.C. (10.7 miles)
  • Sofrydd C.P. School (17.7 miles)
  • Sofrydd Primary (17.7 miles)
  • Robert Owen Academy (39.0 miles)
  • North Somerset Enterprise and Technology College (39.0 miles)
  • Hereford Sixth Form College (39.7 miles)
  • Penderyn Primary (1.3 miles)
  • Hirwaun Primary School (3.0 miles)
  • Ysgol Gyfun Rhydywaun (3.2 miles)
Note: Distance is shown as a straight line measurement

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