A striking, period home set within beautiful mature grounds. located on one of the finest roads in Dinas Powys.
A storm porch and attractive solid wood entrance door, with leaded glass panels, lead to a welcoming hallway with exposed ceiling beams, stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading to sitting room, snug, utility room and WC.
The area enjoys an abundance of natural light from a broad picture window situated on the half landing.
The principal reception, namely the sitting room, is full of character and enjoys a dual aspect.
There is a continuation of the exposed beamed ceiling, French doors opening on to the garden and an impressive fireplace with traditional gas stove.
The second reception, with opening to the kitchen, could be enjoyed as a 'snug' or playroom. Finishes include a floor to ceiling corner bookcase, leaded glass bay window with elevated views and under-floor heating.
A further reception is located off the kitchen, via an inner hallway and short flight of steps .
This and the two rooms above (utility and shower / sauna room) have the ability to be self-contained and therefore utilised as a 5th bedroom...forming part of a guest suite / annex.
The reception room has French doors opening on to a secluded terrace, under-stairs storage and to the rear, doors leading to the integral garage and wine cellar.
Stunning and exceptionally well proportioned family room, seamlessly combining the kitchen with dining and informal living areas.
A modern and stylish Sigma 3 kitchen includes generous storage units, extensive work tops which form a breakfast bar, double sink unit with drainer, waste disposal unit and 'Quooker' instant boiling water tap plus an induction hob, double 'NEFF' ovens, integrated fridge and freezer plus an integrated dishwasher.
The kitchen has a tiled and heated floor. The remainder is finished with a stripped and varnished wooden floor.
The room also features a further traditional gas stove with storage cabinet and shelving built into the alcove.
The room has a pleasant aspect with wonderful view across the garden and French doors opening on to the terrace.
The utility room offers additional storage units with work surfaces on two sides plus space / plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
The shower room also features a 4/5 person sauna, WC and wash hand basin.
Large, single, integral garage with pair of side windows, double doors opening on to the driveway, a painted concrete floor, power points and lighting.
The adjoining, bespoke wine cellar features a 'Eurocave' air conditioning unit which not only controls room temperature (heating in the winter and cooling in the summer) but also the air humidity.
The first floor hosts three double bedrooms and a family bathroom, located off a generous landing with large airing cupboard.
The bedrooms are all well-proportioned doubles with fitted wardrobes and enjoy a southerly aspect with elevated view towards the Bristol Channel.
The principal boasts a recently updated and sumptuous en suite bathroom with freestanding bath, walk in shower with rainwater head, 'his and hers' vanity wash hand basins, feature lighting and under-floor heating.
A family bathroom completes the first floor accommodation and enjoys a similar high specification.
The attic conversion has been configured to offer a handy storage room, home office, double bedroom (presently furnished with twin beds) and an en suite bathroom with corner bath, WC and wash hand basin.
The second floor accommodation would be ideal as a guest suite or teenage en suite bedroom with adjoining study / gaming room.
The house nestles in beautiful and well maintained grounds which extend to almost half an acre (outlined in red on the attached plan).
The garden is arranged over three, gently sloping tiers with low level, natural stone retaining walls.
A driveway for several cars sits to the front of the house and landscaping includes sun terraces, extensive lawned areas and mature beds which host a wide variety of established plants and shrubbery.
Mature trees include Beech and Ash and the garden boundary, in part, is planted with conifers and Bay trees which offer privacy and screening.
A gate to the rear allows access to a private woodland, totalling about one acre.
An absolute gem of a house, on one of the best roads in Dinas Powys.James Thomas