and stylish appointed converted barn with substantiual accomodation
including one reception room and 3 bedrooms with 2 on suite
bathrooms with showers and a seperate large tub bathroom.
The views from the front of the property are breathtaking
under the right lighting and weather conditions. Favoured
by many artists, painters and photographers alike, this
area of coastline facing the sunsets in the west boasts
a splendid display of sunsets equal to those of California.
The rear Grounds offer a large lawned area and shelter from
windier evenings when relaxing outside. Sea the plan of
the property below.
Sited back and above from the village road facing south
west and to take full advantage of the glorious wide sweep
of views over Ogmore beach towards Porthcawl and sweeping
around in a wide arc over the Bristol Channel past Tusker
rock and to the Somerset coastline. The views remain as
superb as ever. In more recent times Parcydelyn has been
brought up to date in terms of standard of appointment and
finish and now is laid out to a very contemporary style
with all the living space open-plan and therefore all enjoying
those fantastic views. Interestingly if a more traditional
layout with separate rooms is required then this could easily
be done. However the effect of the modern layout is such
to create a sense of greater space and light and very much
in keeping with modern living. There is a bedroom hall off
which there are three good size bedrooms and a family bathroom
and the main bedroom also enjoys those coastal views and
has access via patio doors onto the large decked terrace
which has been constructed to the East of the property.
Attached to the bungalow is a good size double garage .
There is full stairway access to attic Studio room and there
is central heating, electric light and power and velux windows
to this floor. We understand that one of the rooms was previously
used as a bathroom and that connections for refitment remain
in situ. The property enjoys the benefit of full mains gas
fired central heating and is uPVC double glazed. There is
plenty of driveway parking and good sized gardens to the
front and left . The garden enjoys a pleasant aspect with
open land behind. Local facilities include the village shop,
Tapas bar, access to the Heritage Coastline including the
beach where the Ogmore River flows into the sea, the local
Inns are The Watermill, 'The Pelican in her Piety"
and the well regarded Southerndown Golf Club. The good local
road network gives close access to Town centres including
Bridgend, Cardiff, Swansea, Port Talbot all within easy
commuting distance. There is a main line railway station
Room: 15'9" x 14'. Oak floor. Delightful wide ranging
coastal views via the patio doors in the conservatory. Further
window to side. Straight stairway to first floor. Charnwood
cast iron multi fuel stove set on flagstone hearth.
14' x 7'9". Wide ranging coastal views on three sides
via double glazed windows set on brick plinth with pitched
roof over. Sliding doors lead out to the large decked terrace.
Room/Living Room: 23' x 15'. Partly open-plan with the sitting
room enjoying wide ranging coastal views via glazed double
French doors which lead out to the front decked terrace
and further window to side. Window in the kitchen area enjoying
views over the Padock and garden. Oak floor. Kitchen area
well fitted with a range of units finished in oak style
with granite effect work surfaces and including space and
plumbing for dishwasher, stainless steel single drainer
single bowl sink unit, built-under Stoves Newhouse oven,
four ring stainless steel gas hob with filter set into stainless
steel hood over, built-under fridge with decor panel, built-under
freezer with decor panel, cupboard housing wall mounted
gas fired boiler which heats the central heating system
and domestic hot water supply. Spotlighting to ceiling.
Oak floor. Plenty of space for breakfast table and chairs,
living room furniture etc. With a doorway to inner hall.
Hall: Doorways to the three bedrooms and family bathroom.
1: 14' x 9'9". Coastal views via big French doors which
lead out to the decked front terrace.
2: 12'9" x 10'3". Picture window overlooking the
rear gardens. Opaque glazed window to side.
3: 10' x 9'. Views over thew rear garden. Picture rail.
Luxury modern suite in white icomprising wash hand basin
by Heritage, low level wc and timber panelled bath with
folding glass side panel and shower over. Timber panelling
to dado. Tiled around bath. Tiled floor. Spotlighting to
ceiling. Opaque glazed window.
Straight stairway from sitting room. Attic room to either
Room 1: 11'6" x 15'9" narrowing to 10'6".
7' height to ridge. Used as bedroom 4. Velux double glazed
window with big views. Two useful cupboards.
Room 2: 9'9" x 7'9" max. Used as bedroom 5. Was
originally a bathroom so services connection at hand. Velux
window with big views.
to roadside. Gateway to tarmac driveway which provides plenty
of parking space and leads to the Attached Garage (18'9"
x 18') up-and-over doorway, electric light and power, pitched
roof. Plumbing for washing machine. Window and doorway to
gardens. Leading directly off is a Shower Room suite in
white comprising low level wc, wash hand basin and tiled
shower cubicle with Mira shower. The front garden is principally
laid to lawn with well stocked shrubbery borders. There
is a substantial decked terrace stretching about 40' across
the front of the property and with a depth ranging from
12' to 6'. Finished in timber with a rail and an ideal spot
tot sit and enjoy those wonderful views. Access directly
from the sitting room, conservatory, kitchen/family room/dining
room and bedroom 1. Further good size garden to the rear
laid principally to lawn with gated access to rear lane.
Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage. Central heating
by gas. Double glazed.
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