Savills | City, Cowbridge, Vale Of Glamorgan, CF71 7RW | Property for sale
Excess of £799,950

CityCowbridge, Vale Of Glamorgan, CF71 7RW

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Large detached home in a unique location.
  • Magnificent panoramic views.
  • Generous accommodation arranged over three floors.
  • Land with stable extending to almost 3 acres.
  • Offered with no onward chain.

Large contemporary house in an elevated position with panoramic views across the Vale of Glamorgan. Gardens and grounds extend to about 3 acres.

About this property

  • Haulfryn (sunny hill) was constructed in 1991 by the current owner and designed to take advantage of the magnificent panoramic views afforded by its location on a south facing hillside overlooking the Vale of Glamorgan, Bristol Channel and with views as far as the North Somerset Coast.

    The property is approached via a private driveway.
    Double wooden entrance doors open into an enclosed porch with etched glazed door opening into the main entrance hall, which has hardwood floors throughout.

    Double French doors lead onto a balcony from which the spectacular views can be fully appreciated.

    Also located on this level are :-

    Sitting room, with large south facing windows, marble fireplace surround, hardwood floors and coved ceiling.

    Living / Dining room which is dual aspect, overlooking woodland to the rear of the property and opposite with double French doors opening on to the balcony. Other features include centrally located fireplace, dado rail and bespoke light fittings.

    Kitchen, which is comprehensively fitted and includes matching wooden wall and floor level cupboards, glazed tiled floor, dishwasher, cooking range microwave , fridge and sink unit with tiled backsplash. The room has exposed wooden ceiling beams and two matching windows which frame the wonderful landscape.

    Utility room. Spacious and overlooking woodland and fitted with cupboards, sink unit with tiled splash back , glazed tiled floor to match kitchen, and Ideal Mexico calor gas boiler.

    Cloakroom. Exquisitely tiled with W.C. and wash hand basin.

    Garage . Integral and accessible via fire door from hallway. Electrically and remotely operated garage entrance door.

    An impressive staircase with wooden balustrades leads up to a minstrel gallery with magnificent chandelier centrally located, and also leads downwards to the lower ground floor which has a hardwood floor laid in ‘herringbone ‘pattern. The ground floor, when the house was designed, has the ability to be annexed from the main accommodation if required.

    Principal bedroom, with en-suite facilities and large walk in closet with hardwood doors and floor. This bedroom has large picture windows highlighting the wonderful views.

    Other rooms on this floor include:-

    Family room with large windows overlooking the paddock.
    A large undercroft / cellar with ample space for storage or alternatively for conversion.

    A room that can be adapted for a further kitchen if required, as all services are already installed.

    The wooden entrance door leads to a covered patio which offers the opportunity for outdoor living and there are steps leading down to the terraced lawns and field which is subdivided into two paddocks. The field and stables enjoy separate access from the country lane.

    First Floor.

    There is a large, bright landing with airing / storage cupboards and window overlooking woodland.

    There are four bedrooms, two of which have en suite shower rooms.

    The remaining two bedrooms are serviced by a generous size family bathroom.

    All four rooms are south facing and benefit from the magnificent views.

Some of best Vale views you will see, with a versatile land offering. Not to be missed!

James ThomasProperty agent

Local information

  • Haulfryn is situated in the heart of the Vale of Glamorgan in one of its most peaceful, rural enclaves. The attractive market town of Cowbridge is approximately 4 miles away which offers comprehensive facilities including a wide selection of shops and banks, diverse leisure opportunities and excellent schools.
  • Communications are close to hand with the M4 (J35) within a 10 minute drive providing swift access onto the national motorway network. The BR mainline can be accessed from both Bridgend and Cardiff with frequent services to Paddington (approximately 2 hours from Bridgend and 2 from Cardiff).
  • The A48 provides easy access to the Glamorgan Heritage coast and Cardiff Wales International Airport which is approximately 10 miles south east. There is an abundance of rural pursuits and footpaths on the doorstep. The internationally acclaimed golf courses at Royal Porthcawl and Celtic Manor are both within easy driving distance.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D
  • Tenure = Freehold