A deceptively spacious 4 bedroom family home that must be viewed to be most fully appreciated. Living room and family sitting room both, open-plan L shaped kitchen-living-dining space opening to south facing sheltered patio seating area. Also utility room and cloakroom. Master bedroom with en-suite shower room and dressing room. Two further double bedrooms and luxurious family bathroom with a fourth bedroom and large store room to second floor. Driveway parking. South facing garden backing onto farmland with large lawn and paved seating areas.
SUMMARY A deceptively spacious 4 bedroom family home that must be viewed to be most fully appreciated. Living room and family sitting room both, open-plan L shaped kitchen-living-dining space opening to south facing sheltered patio seating area. Also utility room and cloakroom. Master bedroom with en-suite shower room and dressing room. Two further double bedrooms and luxurious family bathroom with a fourth bedroom and large store room to second floor. Driveway parking. South facing garden backing onto farmland with large lawn and paved seating areas.
SITUATION The village of Ewenny is a popular residential area on the fringe of the Vale of Glamorgan, being approximately two miles from the A48 trunk road which provides convenient access for commuting to the City of Cardiff (some 17 miles) or the town of Bridgend (some 4 miles) or via junctions 35 and 36 of the M4 motorway for commuting to other major commercial centres in the region. The village includes an historic Priory, the world renowned Ewenny Pottery and local store. There is a main line railway station at Bridgend providing direct access to Cardiff and London. Ewenny is in the catchment area for the well regarded Cowbridge Comprehensive School; primary schooling is in Colwinston or St Brides.
ABOUT THE PROEPRTY Brynhyfrd is a traditional stone built cottage that has, in more recent years, been significantly extended and offers a wealth of character with requirements modern families need. The property itself is one that must be viewed for the size and scope of the accommodation to be fully appreciated. From a ground floor entrance hallway, 'Karndean' extends into kitchen living dining room. Positioned to the front of the property is a family sitting room with double doors opening to a front garden and including an exposed chimney breast with wood burner within. There is a second sitting room, accessed via a central stairwell, again with a wood burner within. This lounge is open-plan to the superb ground floor extension, an L shaped living dining kitchen space. This large, light room is positioned to the rear of the property with two sets of bi-fold doors opening to a paved patio seating area and enjoying a southerly aspect. This is lit, in part, by skylight windows and is open-plan to a large kitchen space. This traditionally styled kitchen includes solid wooden work tops and a deep butler sink and with integrated appliances, where fitted, to remain and includes fully integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher. There is also a range cooker available by separate negotiation. From the kitchen, a separate utility room provides further storage and has space and plumbing for washing machine and further appliances; a stable door from here leads to the side elevation.
The bedroom accommodation is located to the first and second floors. The master bedroom is a good double room enjoying a southerly aspect with doors opening to a balcony seating area enjoying pleasant views over the rear garden onto farmland with woodland beyond. It includes a dressing area and also a contemporary en suite with shower over bath. This also has a door opening to the same south facing balcony. The two other bedrooms are both good sized doubles and look to the front and rear elevations respectively and have use of a luxurious contemporary bathroom with bath and separate walk-in shower. To the second floor is a fourth double bedroom with same southerly views over garden and farmland. There is, in addition, a large storage room lit by skylight windows.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS Brynhyfrd is situated a short distance from the village store and is in an elevated position above the roadway. It is screened from the same by laurel hedging. From the Wick Road, a tarmac driveway provides especially generous parking provision for a number of cars, a driveway running up to a large Dutch barn style garden store shed and also sweeping past the lawned front garden to the principal entrance doorway. Broad, gated entrances to the eastern side of the property open to a sheltered side courtyard garden accessed from the utility room which leads, in turn, into a larger south facing paved seating area and adjoining play area. This is overlooked by and accessed from the living dining space to the rear of the property. Steps lead from here through picket fencing onto the considerably larger lawned garden. The Dutch-style store shed, greenhouse and an additional store shed close to the rear boundary of the property is to remain. The rear garden is enclosed by fencing.
TENURE AND SERVICES Freehold. Mains electric, water and gas connect to the property. Cess pit drainage. Gas fired central heating.
DIRECTIONS From our Cowbridge office, join the A48 and travel in a Westerly direction heading towards Bridgend. After about 5 miles and at the bottom of the 'Crack Hill', take the left hand turn off signposted for Ewenny and Corntown. Continue through Corntown and Ewenny, passing the Village Shop and bearing right into Wick Road. Brynhyfryd will be to your right after about 50 yards, set back from the road and screened from it by laurel hedging.
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