Llangeinor House, Betws Road, Bridgend CF32 8PH
6 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | Freehold
Property ID: HRT 9792499
Six bedroom period residence
Sympathetically restored and maintaining many original features
Four reception rooms
Family bathroom and two ensuites
Detached double garage
Approximately 2.7 acres of South facing grounds
Short distance from J36 of the M4
Viewings highly recommended
Llangeinor house is a generous, period six bedroom residence, restored sympathetically by the current owners and set within approximately 2.7 acres of South facing grounds. Located at the foot of the Garw Valley just a short drive from Junction 36 of the M4, the property boasts many original features including a large central hallway, four reception rooms and a detached double garage.
The property is entered through solid wood double opening doors into an entrance porch with Terrazzo flooring, coving to ceiling and double width, glazed doors that welcome you into a large central hall. There are windows to the front and doors leading to the reception rooms.
An inner hallway leads to the kitchen and ancillary rooms beyond. An ornate wooden staircase, with store cupboard beneath, leads to first floor. There is parquet wood block flooring, a wooden mantelpiece and fire surround with period style working open fire with glazed ceramic tiling resting on slate hearth.
The sitting room has a window to the side with double opening doors flanked by windows leading on to a South facing sun terrace with lawned gardens beyond. There is period coving, roses and lights to ceiling, slate mantelpiece, fire surround and hearth with working open fire within and a window to side.
The drawing room has windows to the side and front, cornice, rose and light to ceiling. There is a wooden mantelpiece and fire surround with working fire and tile effect laminate flooring.
The dining room has a large bay window with fitted seat overlooking the sun terrace and garden enjoying a South facing aspect. There is a cornice, rose and light to ceiling, marble mantelpiece, fire surround and granite hearth with inset working fire.
The cloakroom has a frosted glass window to the front and is fitted with a contemporary limestone hand basin resting on granite surface with storage beneath. There is period quarry tiled flooring and period style radiator.
The snug has windows overlooking sun terrace, cornice and rose to ceiling, wood block flooring and a door leading in to kitchen/breakfast room.
The kitchen has windows overlooking the sun terrace and garden. The kitchen includes a very good range of base units, matching wall cupboards, accent lit glass fronted display cupboard, bookshelf and plate rack beneath. There are solid granite worktops, a surround twin 'butler' sink. A deep fireplace recess, with over mantel to match kitchen units, houses 'Rangemaster Elan' range cooker with double oven, grill, 6 burner hob and fully integrated extractor hood. Integrated appliances include dishwasher, fridge and freezer all to remain and included within sale price.
Immediately adjacent to the kitchen is the breakfast room with a window to the side and double doors leading onto the sun terrace with garden beyond. There is cornice and lights to ceiling.
The pantry has frosted a glass window to the front and includes a bespoke range of oak storage units housing an American style, plumbed fridge/freezer and separate wine cooler.
The inner hallway has a quarry tiled floor extending into the cloakroom, pantry, kitchen and laundry. There is a door leading to an outside coal shed and store and a second staircase to the first floor.
The utility room is fitted with matching oak base units with solid wood worktop surrounding a deep 'butler' sink. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and for further appliances, down lighters to ceiling and ceramic tiled splashbacks.
The first floor landing is a long central landing area with tall windows providing ample natural light. There are doorways lead off to all bedrooms and the family bathroom and a second staircase at the end of the landing.
The master bedroom has dual aspect windows to the front and a second window looking out over the driveway. There is a cornice, roses and lights to ceiling, a mantelpiece and fire surround with ceramic tile detailing, laminate wood flooring and a doorway leading through to the en-suite bathroom.
The en-suite has windows to the front and a traditionally styled suite including: high level wc, broad ceramic hand basin, roll top bath with shower attachment to mixer taps and a separate corner shower cubicle with wall mounted shower. There is half height tiling to walls and ceramic tiled flooring, cornice, rose and light to ceiling, extractor fan and a door leading into a walk-in wardrobe with hanging space and laminate flooring.
The second bedroom has a window to the front enjoying a South facing aspect overlooking the garden and a second window, with fitted seat beneath, to the side. Ceiling light. Picture rail. Laminate wood flooring and Period, feature fireplace.
Bedroom three is a further double bedroom with window which overlooks the sun terrace and garden. There is a picture rail, laminate wood floor and period fireplace.
The fourth bedroom is double in proportion with window overlooking the sun terrace and garden. There is a period, feature fireplace, cornice and ceiling rose.
Bedroom five, currently used as a study, has a window overlooking the garden and enjoys a South facing aspect. There is a period, feature fireplace with ceramic tile detailing, cornice and ceiling rose.
The sixth bedroom, formally the servants quarters, is ideally suited to a guest bedroom with windows to front and side. There is a loft hatch to ceiling, period feature fireplace and a doorway leading to an en-suite shower room.
The en-suite has a three piece suite including: wc, pedestal hand basin and fully tiled shower cubicle with wall mounted shower within. There is a window to the side enjoying a westerly aspect over garden and surrounds and vinyl flooring.
The family bathroom has windows to the front. There is a large, freestanding period bath with shower attachment to mixer taps and broad overhead rose, wash hand basin, Terrazzo flooring with matching walls to dado level, cornice, rose and light to ceiling.
There is a separate wc with two windows to the front.
The drying room has a window to the front, an additional storage/drying room with tall cupboards concealing the hot water tank.
Outside, a driveway curves past the front of property to the main entrance doorway and the detached garage.
There is a second entrance, also to the front, running past a coal shed and an adjacent store.
The South facing frontage of the property is accessed from both lounge and kitchen onto a chipped sun terrace with planted raised border dividing this from the larger lawned garden in front. Steps lead from the sun terrace onto the flat front lawn. There are extensive grounds of approximately 2.75 acres including wooded area that runs to a stream.
There is a new, large stone fronted detached garage two wooden double doors opening to the storage/parking areas and an additional carport to the side.
The storage areas house a freestanding gas central heating boiler. An adjacent store is currently fitted with a range of shelves and attic space over.
Viewings on this property are highly recommended to appreciate the setting and many charms the property has to offer.
Septic tank, mains water, mains gas.
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From Junction 36 of the M4 follow the signs for the Garw Valley taking the A4061 through Bryncethin, at the second set of traffic lights turn left onto the A4065. Take the second exit of the roundabout and the next right onto the A4065 follow this road into Llangeinor village and after the school turn left. Follow the road up the hill for approximately quarter of a mile where the entrance to the property will be found on the left as indicated by our For Sale board
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