Croesty Farm, Coychurch Road, Pencoed, Bridgend, Bridgend County Borough, CF35 5LY Property Ref: 27804

£499,950
Property Ref: 27804

Watts & Morgan are proud to present to the market this superb farmhouse located in the centre of Pencoed dating back to the late 1600s. Offering four double bedrooms and immaculate presentation throughout. Within walking distance to local amenities, shops and reputable schools. Accommodation comprises; entrance porch, lounge with Aga Rayburn, family/dining room with wood burner, stylish kitchen/breakfast room, and a downstairs shower room. First floor landing, bedroom one with additional home office/store, three further bedrooms and a 4-piece luxurious family bathroom with additional WC. Externally enjoying off-road parking for three vehicles leading to garage/store and a south-facing landscaped rear garden with summerhouse. No ongoing chain. EPC Rating; 'D'.

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    Watts & Morgan are proud to present to the market this superb farmhouse located in the centre of Pencoed dating back to the late 1600s. Offering four double bedrooms and immaculate presentation throughout. Within walking distance to local amenities, shops and reputable schools. Accommodation comprises; entrance porch, lounge with Aga Rayburn, family/dining room with wood burner, stylish kitchen/breakfast room, and a downstairs shower room. First floor landing, bedroom one with additional home office/store, three further bedrooms and a 4-piece luxurious family bathroom with additional WC. Externally enjoying off-road parking for three vehicles leading to garage/store and a south-facing landscaped rear garden with summerhouse. No ongoing chain. EPC Rating; 'D'.

    GROUND FLOOR Entrance via a wooden barn door into a porch area with slate tiles and shelving and an oak glazed door opens into the lounge which enjoys wood-block parquet flooring and two double glazed windows to the front aspect with Victorian style radiators beneath. A central feature to the room is the freestanding Aga Rayburn with original stone wall, bread oven and exposed beam mantel.

    A timber door opens through into the south-facing family/dining room which forms part of the original farmhouse - reputed as an original sawmill dating back to 1660. This superb size room enjoys views out over the rear garden; offering a central feature freestanding wood burner with original beam mantel and stone backplate set on a slate hearth. Offering storage cupboards to one side and an original soft-wood encased stone spiral staircase leads to the first floor. Two double glazed windows are offered to the rear of the property with deep sills, and two glazed door opens out onto the rear patio area - a wonderful room for entertaining.

    The kitchen/breakfast room is located just off from the formal lounge enjoying a range of high-gloss grey wall and base units with pan drawers, complementary textured work surfaces and upstands. A range of appliances to remain include; 'Belling' 7-ring gas range cooker with dual oven, grill and warming drawer with extractor hood over; integral fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Further benefitting from; a Belfast sink unit with drainer and mixer tap over, two deep silled windows to the front aspect, continuation of wood block flooring and large pantry cupboard. Wrapping around into a breakfast area which provides space for breakfast table and chairs; and a glazed courtesy door opens into an inner porch which provides a barn door out onto the driveway and leads into a 3-piece shower room with mosaic tiled flooring.

    FIRST FLOOR The first floor landing enjoys original extra width floorboards, storage cupboard and all timber doors lead off.

    Bedroom one is an impressive size double bedroom offering three fitted wardrobes with engineered wood flooring; further benefiting from an original exposed beam and trap door, deep silled window overlooking rear garden and a timber door opens into a superb storage space which offers a vaulted ceiling and window - offering versatility as a home office/dressing room/play room.

    Bedroom Two is enjoys original exposed beams with continuation of original floorboards and a built-in wardrobe.

    Two further bedrooms are offered to this floor - both offering a double size with continuation of original floorboards.

    The family bathroom has been presented with a luxurious 4-piece suite comprising; freestanding dual ended bath, double shower enclosure with rainfall shower over, wash hand basin set within large vanity unit and WC. Presenting an obscure uPVC window, ceramic tiled flooring with underfloor heating, tiled splashback and vertical modern radiator. An additional WC is also provided.

    GARDENS AND GROUNDS Croesty Farm is located off Coychurch Road onto a shared driveway with two other properties; leading onto a private driveway which enjoys off-road parking for three vehicles leading to a L-shaped garage/store with full power supply. The 'Worcester' gas combi boiler is located next to the garage in a separate boiler room.

    To the rear of the property lies a south-facing fully enclosed landscaped garden which enjoys a large sandstone patio area; leading onto a good sized lawn section surrounded by tall trees, mature shrubs and planted borders. Space is provided for a vegetable garden.
    On offer is a purpose built timber summerhouse which is an ideal place to entertain during the summer months. The garden further benefits from; external power supply, a courtesy gate leads to the side of the property onto Coychurch Road and an aditional gates leads to the front driveway with space on offer for recycling/storage.

    SERVICES AND TENURE Freehold. All mains services connected. New Worcester Gas Combi Boiler fitted March 2021.

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    Croesty Farm, Coychurch Road, Pencoed, Bridgend, Bridgend County Borough, CF35 5LY
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    Croesty Farm, Coychurch Road, Pencoed, Bridgend, Bridgend County Borough, CF35 5LY
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