The Mill, Llandough, CF71 7LR
7 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | Freehold
Property ID: HRT 9502977

Handsome detached character home in a beautiful rural setting
Hallway, Livingroom, Sittingroom, Diningroom, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room
6/7 Bedrooms to first and second floor, 2 Bathrooms
Lawned and paved gardens, parking and stone built coach house offering potential for conversion
Dellightful rural position yet offering easy access to Cowbridge (1 mile)

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Beautiful stone built 6/7 bedroom character house a 'Vale County Treasure', offering a huge potential for improvement and reconfiguration and occupying a tranquil position with beautiful rural aspects, yet within 1 mile of Cowbridge Town.

Originally a corn mill, extended in the 1840's and last used as a working mill in 1927.

Timber entrance door with glazed side screen to ENTRANCE LOBBY extending to HALL WAY with further small paned glazed door to front elevation. Ground floor BATHROOM (8'9" x 5'6") panelled bath, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor and frosted window to rear. LIVING ROOM (13'10" x 15'2") small paned windows and window seats to front garden, fitted carpet, 'Villager' wood burning fire on flagstone hearth with original natural stone chimney breast. Door to enclosed staircase. Rear SITTING ROOM (15'8" x 8'2") original bread oven and lid, fitted carpet, small paned windows, recessed cupboard containing oil boiler, part glazed door to rear courtyard and door to walk in storage cupboard. Access to UTILITY ROOM (8'9" x 6'10") fitted base cupboards and timber effect roll top work surface with tiled splashback, pitched ceiling and window to rear.

Door and glazed screen from lobby entrance to DINING ROOM (17'6" x 12'3") parquet floor, small pane window to front elevation and glazed door to rear, shelved storage cupboard, quarter turn staircase to first floor and Trianco oil fired central heating boiler. KITCHEN (16'11" x 7'3") range of timber fronted base and wall cupboards with glazed display cabinets, marble effect roll top work surface and breakfast bar with inset stainless steel sink and drainer, freestanding cooker and extractor to remain, plumbing for dishwasher, windows to front and side with delightful rural views.

Staircase from dining room to first floor LANDING (1). Doors to BEDROOM 1 (18'5" max x 11'7") which has been used as a first floor living room.  Working fireplace with natural stone surround, small paned window and french doors with Juliet balcony to front elevation.  BEDROOM 2 (16'10" x 7'2") loft hatch, fitted carpet and windows to front and rear.  BATHROOM (9'6" x 6') Coloured suite including panelled bath, pedestal basin and low level WC, timber panelled ceiling and frosted window to rear.  Second floor LANDING window to rear, loft hatch and door to deep airing cupboard with foam lagged cylinder tank and access to BEDROOM 3 (14'2" x 9') and BEDROOM 4 (14'2" x 9'1") both with fitted carpet and small pane window to front elevation. 

Enclosed staircase from living room provides separate access to LANDING (2) with doors to BEDROOM 5 (17' x 7'3") and BEDROOM 6 (14'1" x 10'9") both with fitted carpets and small pane windows to front elevation.  BEDROOM 7/ATTIC ROOM (17'5" x 8'2") pitched ceiling with exposed timber beams, wide floorboards and small pane windows to side elevation.

To the front of the property a paved area provides parking and access to a detached stone built COACH HOUSE which might offer potential for a holiday cottage or annexe (subject to planning permission) double doors to WORKSHOP (22'6" x 14'3") original cobbled floor, double height exposed roof trusses, small window to front and door to side.  Attached lean to STORE (14'1" x 9'7") with stone floor and window to side. 

Adjacent to this are the walls of a further outbuilding which is now open to the elements.   Lawned front garden with central path to entrance door, mixed flower and shrub beds.  To the rear of the property is a paved and lawned area with views to a very pretty meadow with wooded back drop and small flagstone courtyard with original 'Ty-Bach'

Mains electricity, water, cesspit drainage and oil heating, high speed broadband (fibre connection.)

From our Cowbridge Offices travel in an easterly direction up The High Street to the traffic lights. Turn right at the traffic lights onto the St Athan Road.  Follow the road out of Cowbridge into the dip and as the road rises turn right to Llandough.  As you approach the village The Mill is the first property on your right hand side and lies approximately 1 mile from the Cowbridge traffic lights.


Deborah Haines

01446 772911


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