Originally built in the 18th century and extended in 1912, a 5 bedroom detached farmhouse in grounds approaching two acres and with various outbuildings including a two storey stone built garage with a hay barn above. Approached along a long drive with ample parking.
Originally built in the 18th century and extended in 1912, a well presented 5 bedroom detached farmhouse which is in grounds approaching two acres and with various outbuildings including a two storey stone built coach house which is now a garage with a hay barn and tack room above. It will also be of interest to prospective buyers that planning was granted for a 4 bedroom detached house within the grounds and this has only recently lapsed. Approached by a long driveway, the grounds are in two distinct sections with formal gardens around the farmhouse and a large field to the far side which has been used for grazing livestock and horses.
The ground floor accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hallway, a large lounge with a dual aspect, a separate dining room, a cosy snug/TV room with a wood burner, a farmhouse style kitchen with an feature original bread oven, and a pantry/utility room with an old fashioned 'cold slab'. The first floor comprises a spacious landing with a seating area and far reaching countryside views, five bedrooms (most with modern fitted bedroom furniture) and a family bathroom with a jacuzzi bath. Features include double glazing with some windows having the old folding shutters, oil fired central heating, picture rails and beamed ceilings to some rooms.
As previously mentioned, there is a two storey stone built coach house which is now a garage with a hay barn and tack room, and there is also a stone wood store, pig sty and stable/second garage.
Tynewydd is situated to the north of Pontypridd town centre where there is a varied shopping centre and a mainline railway station. Cardiff and the M4 motorway can be accessed via the A470 which is within a short driving distance. Less than 300 meters away a bus stop with a direct route to Pontypridd town center with its central bus and train stations available to take you further afield. Within the general Pontypridd area there are many other amenities including schools, parks, sporting facilities and a range of restaurants. The Taff Trail passes through Pontypridd and it's possible to cycle to Cardiff in the south and to Merthyr in the north.
A generous hallway entered via glazed and panelled original front door. Exposed wooden floor boards. Radiator. Staircase to the first floor landing and with storage cupboard beneath. High level picture rail with plaster frieze above, telephone point.
Lounge 22' 11" x 13' narrowing to 11' 1" ( 6.99m x 3.96m narrowing to 3.38m )
The dual aspect lounge has deep set double glazed windows to the front and rear of the farmhouse, and both with the original folding shutters, Tiled fireplace and marble hearth to one wall, with timber mantles and shelving. Skirting radiators, TV point.
Dining Room 14' 4" max x 13' 1" ( 4.37m max x 3.99m )
A room full of character with exposed ceiling beams and inset beams to the plaster walls. High level plate rack. Miniature brickwork fire surround with a tiled hearth. Radiator. Deep set double glazed with the original folding shutters and overlooking the front terrace and garden.
Snug 11' 6" x 9' 1" ( 3.51m x 2.77m )
A cosy room with an antique Welsh slate surround and tiled hearth housing a cast iron wood burning stove. Skirting radiator. High level picture rail. Double glazed window facing the gardens to the rear with original shutters, TV point, Glazed and panelled door to:-
Kitchen Diner 15' 7" x 12' 10" ( 4.75m x 3.91m )
A traditional 'farmhouse' style kitchen with an old feature bread oven in one corner and fitted with a range of wood fronted base units incorporating tiled work surfaces with an inset china 'one and a half bowl' sink and drainer with mixer taps. Matching 'dresser' with glazed display cabinet over. Built-in fridge and dishwasher. Built-in oven and inset four ring ceramic hob. Plumbing for a washing machine. Ceramic tiled floor. Beamed ceiling. Double glazed window to rear garden with a wide upvc tilt & turn door/window allowing access onto the front terrace. Double glazed door to the rear porch area with a further door to the driveway and garden. Outside the kitchen a useful outside toilet with wc.
Pantry Utility Room
A very useful room with an old 'cold slab' still in place. Fitted wall and base storage units. Stone floor. Double glazed window to the rear.
First Floor Landing
A dual aspect landing with double glazed windows to both the front and rear gardens. Seating area at one end to enjoy the views across the valley and the countryside. Radiator. Picture rail with plaster frieze above.
Bedroom 1 12' 11" max x 11' 1" to robes ( 3.94m max x 3.38m to robes )
Double glazed window to the front, with far reaching views. Fitted bedroom suite via Hammonds and comprising built in wardrobes to one wall with space for large bed. Matching dressing table. Radiator. Coving to the ceiling.
Bedroom 2 13' 4" x 9' 8" ( 4.06m x 2.95m )
Double glazed rear facing window. Radiator. Coving to the ceiling, fitted carpet, 2 telephone points.
Bedroom 3 13' x 12' 11" ( 3.96m x 3.94m )
Another good size double bedroom fitted with a modern range of Sharp's bedroom furniture including wardrobes, bedside units and matching book shelves with storage beneath. Radiator. Coving to the ceiling, window to front, TV point.
Built-in storage cupboard. Loft access. Radiator. Double glazed window to the front.
Bedroom 4 12' 10" x 8' 11" ( 3.91m x 2.72m )
Double glazed window to the front. Fitted wardrobes to one wall with overhead storage and space for a bed. Radiator. Coving to the ceiling. Loft access.
Bedroom 5 9' 7" x 6' 9" ( 2.92m x 2.06m )
Currently fitted out as an office/study with a matching range of working surfaces and drawer units. Radiator. Double glazed window to the rear, fitted carpet.
A white suite comprises a corner jacuzzi bath with mixer taps and a shower head, pedestal wash hand basin, bidet and a low coupled wc. Ceramic tiled splash areas. Radiator. Two double glazed windows.
Approached from the lane via a long driveway, a gate leads into the generous parking area between the farmhouse and the garage. We have been advised by the present owner that the overall gardens and the field are approaching 2 acres in size, it should be noted that the planning permission for a four bedroom detached house in the field has only recently lapsed.
The gardens to the front, side and rear of the cottage are mainly to lawn and the grounds have been planted with a wide variety of shrubs, conifers and deciduous trees. The field is to the far side of the farmhouse and is accessed via a wrought iron gate in the boundary stone wall. Immediately to the font is a large sun terrace to take advantage of the views. Access to the small, natural spring. Outside security lighting.
Garage And Outbuildings
The two storey stone built garage (17' x 12' 4 max.) is accessed via an electric 'up and over' door. The garage holds the oil storage tank for the central heating and there is a water tap. To the rear of the garage there is a wood store and stone steps that lead up the rooms above. On the upper floor of the garage there's a tack room (7' 10 x 6' 6) and a Barn/Hay Loft (15' 10 x 12' 6) which has double doors, exposed roof trusses and power/light.
The stable (15' x 10'), which has it's own access driveway, there is an old pig sty on the far side. This stable has double doors, a stone floor and power/light.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating.
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