Looking out over 'the village green', an immaculate detached family home. Lounge, kitchen-living-dining room, utility room and cloakroom. Master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further bedrooms and bathroom. Driveway parking and garage. Enclosed, lawned garden. B84
SUMMARY Located within this popular new development and looking out over 'the village green', an immaculate detached home. The family accommodation includes: lounge; kitchen-living-dining room, utility room and cloakroom. To the first floor: master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further bedrooms and bathroom. Driveway parking and garage. Enclosed, lawned garden.
SITUATION The village of Wick is positioned within attractive countryside and is a short distance from the heritage coastline, with its beautiful cliff top walks and mixture of sandy and stony beaches. Wick is one of the more self-contained villages in the Vale of Glamorgan and contains a number of period houses, a local shop and post office, Church in Wales Primary School, two public houses, church, village hall, village green and local rugby and cricket clubs. Although enjoying the benefits of a rural community, the village is accessible to the towns of Cowbridge and Llantwit Major which both include a good range of retail facilities, and to the town of Bridgend (some 6 miles) which offers a comprehensive commercial, retail and leisure amenities.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY Located within this popular new development and looking out over a communal Village Green, 32 Beaconsfield is a detached family home in immaculate order. An entrance hallway has a straight-run staircase leading to the first floor while doors open into a lounge, into a kitchen-living-dining room and also into a cloakroom. The family lounge runs the depth of the property and has a bay window looking to one side. Likewise, the multi-purpose kitchen-living-dining space also runs the depth of the house and has a broad, square 'conservatory' looking out over, and opening to, the garden. The modern kitchen has plenty of storage and appliances, where fitted, to remain including: double oven, gas hob, dishwasher, fridge and freezer; and adjacent utility room has further storage and space / plumbing for a washing machine. There is plenty of room within the kitchen for a family sized dining table and also additional seating.
To the first floor, a landing area has doors leading to all four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The two largest bedrooms both look out over the village green; the master bedroom has a good range of fitted wardrobes and its own en suite shower room.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS To one side of the property is a private garden space overlooked by, and accessed from, the kitchen-living-dining room. It is mainly laid to lawn and enjoys a south westerly aspect.
Running to the rear of the property is a long tarmac-topped driveway, from which a door opens to the utility room; a pedestrian gate opens into the garden; and an up and over door opens into the garage. The large garage (approx. max 6m x 3.35m) has power connected and eaves storage.
TENURE AND SERVICES Freehold. All mains services connect to the property. Gas fired central heating.
DIRECTIONS From Llantwit Major, follow the B4265 in a westerly direction towards Wick. Travel in to the village, passing the Lamb and Flag Public House, the Village Shop and the Star Inn and turn left into St James's Road. On entering this new development, bear left again and continue in to Beaconsfield. No 32 will be to your right, looking out over the 'Village Green'.
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