6 Bedroom Property for sale in Treguff Place with Land, Llantrithyd, Nr. Cowbridge

6 Bedroom Property - £1,500,000

Treguff Place with Land, Llantrithyd, Nr. Cowbridge

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First listed on: 31st May 2018

Nearest stations: Llantwit Major (2.5 mi)Rhoose Cardiff International Airport (3.9 mi)Pontyclun (6.5 mi)Pencoed (6.8 mi)Barry (7.1 mi)

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Exceptional, 6 Bedroom, 2 Star Listed, Elizabethan House, in parts dating back to 1104 (two star listed) offered for sale to include gardens and adjacent land extending to approximately 16.710 acres.
Treguff was previously owned by the Abbey of St Peter Gloucester, ownership of which was passed by Lloyd George to The University of Wales (from whom) it was sold to the current owners in the early 1990's. A short history of the property, including an architectural description, is included in 'Glamorgan the Greater Houses' details of which are available on request.
Oak inner double doors lead to ENTRANCE HALL (8'2" x 7'4") with part glazed internal door to LIVING ROOM (18'6" x 17'8") stone mullioned metal casement window to garden, original beams and magnificent carved stone open fireplace, Tudor arch and turned staircase to first floor. Access to DINING ROOM (17'5" x 14') herringbone patterned wood block floor, leaded mullioned window to garden, open fireplace with carved stone surround and beamed ceiling. SITTING ROOM (17'2" x 17'4") (probably the oldest part of the house) flagstone floor, low beamed ceiling and mullioned window to garden, fireplace with timber lintel, wood burning fire and bread oven. Access to READING ROOM (6'7" x 8'1") small leaded window to garden and door to CLOAKROOM (6'2" x 3'5") white low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled lower walls. STUDY (12' x 12'7") fitted carpet and window to driveway.
Farmhouse style KITCHEN/DINING ROOM (23'4" x 15'1") oak floor, a lovely informal family kitchen with hardwood double glazed windows to orchard and driveway, extensive range of fitted base and wall cupboards with timber worktops and inset porcelain one and a half bowl sink and mixer tap, oil fired Aga, part vaulted pitched and beamed ceiling with room for large family sized dining table and oak door to CONSERVATORY (15'1" x 8'4") also providing a rear entrance from the driveway, oak framed and double glazed with solid oak floor. Oak door from Sitting room to UTILITY ROOM (14'10" x 10'3") quarry tiled floor, extensive fitted cupboards, timber worktops and porcelain one and a half bowl sink with tiled splash backs. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier, freezers, etc. Window and part glazed stable door to side yard.
Quarter turn staircase from living room to half landing with doors off to BEDROOM 1 (18'3" x 13') leaded mullioned window to south facing garden,, access to walk in wardrobe (14' x 4'), SHOWER ROOM (13' x 3'2") deep fully tiled shower, white pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC and door to annexed DRESSING ROOM (8'1" x 7'2").  BEDROOM 2 (12'1" x 12'7") original stone mullion window to three elevations. 
Main landing with exposed beams, recessed carved stone fireplace and doors to BEDROOM 3 (18'3" x 13'1") another beautiful room with original floorboards, mullion window to garden with rural views and beamed ceiling.  Door to EN-SUITE BATHROOM (9'3" x 8') window to garden, modern white suite including free standing double ended bath, pedestal basin, low level WC and bidet, pitched and beamed ceiling.  BEDROOM 4 (20'4" x 15'6") full length window to garden, beamed ceiling and steps down to EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM (7' x 5'6") fully tiled shower cubicle,   and white low level WC and wash hand basin, chrome heated towel rail.
Short staircase to second floor with access to BEDROOM 5 (18'4" x 15'1" max) original floorboards, mullioned window and recessed stone carved fireplace.  BEDROOM 6 (12'2" x 12'10") fitted carpet, mullioned window to driveway, narrow door with stairs to priest hole with window to side elevation and BATHROOM (9'2" x 5'9") modern white suite including free standing bath, pedestal basin, low level WC and bidet. A short flight of stairs leads from the top landing to two large ATTIC STORE ROOMS, measuring 34' x 18' overall.
A lengthy gravelled approach driveway flanked by a pond, forms part of the sale (with retained right of access to adjacent self catering cottages).  A gravelled stone pillared entrance leads via a yew hedge lined driveway flanked by a mature orchard to the left and chestnut trees to the right, leads to the rear of the house where there is a gravel parking area.  To the side of the house is an enormous gravelled area providing additional parking, GARAGE/WORKSHOP (16'7" x 21'6") and additional STONE BARN (11'6" x 36') providing additional storage.  To the side and east of the house are beautiful gardens combining wide flagstone sitting area with geometric box hedge panels, sweeping lawns, mixed flower beds and mature trees leading to an ornamental pond, pergola and wisteria clad walkway.
In addition to this a substantial field extending to approximately 14.22 acres of flat pasture land, also forms part of the sale but could be excluded (with an appropriate price adjustment).



Private water via a bore hole supply. Private drainage. Oil central heating. Mains electricity.
Exceptional, 6 Bedroom, 2 Star Listed, Elizabethan House, in parts dating back to 1104 (two star listed) offered for sale to include gardens and adjacent land extending to approximately 16.710 acres.
Treguff was previously owned by the Abbey of St Peter Gloucester, ownership of which was passed by Lloyd George to The University of Wales (from whom) it was sold to the current owners in the early 1990's. A short history of the property, including an architectural description, is included in 'Glamorgan the Greater Houses' details of which are available on request.
Oak inner double doors lead to ENTRANCE HALL (8'2" x 7'4") with part glazed internal door to LIVING ROOM (18'6" x 17'8") stone mullioned metal casement window to garden, original beams and magnificent carved stone open fireplace, Tudor arch and turned staircase to first floor. Access to DINING ROOM (17'5" x 14') herringbone patterned wood block floor, leaded mullioned window to garden, open fireplace with carved stone surround and beamed ceiling. SITTING ROOM (17'2" x 17'4") (probably the oldest part of the house) flagstone floor, low beamed ceiling and mullioned window to garden, fireplace with timber lintel, wood burning fire and bread oven. Access to READING ROOM (6'7" x 8'1") small leaded window to garden and door to CLOAKROOM (6'2" x 3'5") white low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled lower walls. STUDY (12' x 12'7") fitted carpet and window to driveway.
Farmhouse style KITCHEN/DINING ROOM (23'4" x 15'1") oak floor, a lovely informal family kitchen with hardwood double glazed windows to orchard and driveway, extensive range of fitted base and wall cupboards with timber worktops and inset porcelain one and a half bowl sink and mixer tap, oil fired Aga, part vaulted pitched and beamed ceiling with room for large family sized dining table and oak door to CONSERVATORY (15'1" x 8'4") also providing a rear entrance from the driveway, oak framed and double glazed with solid oak floor. Oak door from Sitting room to UTILITY ROOM (14'10" x 10'3") quarry tiled floor, extensive fitted cupboards, timber worktops and porcelain one and a half bowl sink with tiled splash backs. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier, freezers, etc. Window and part glazed stable door to side yard.
Quarter turn staircase from living room to half landing with doors off to BEDROOM 1 (18'3" x 13') leaded mullioned window to south facing garden,, access to walk in wardrobe (14' x 4'), SHOWER ROOM (13' x 3'2") deep fully tiled shower, white pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC and door to annexed DRESSING ROOM (8'1" x 7'2").  BEDROOM 2 (12'1" x 12'7") original stone mullion window to three elevations. 
Main landing with exposed beams, recessed carved stone fireplace and doors to BEDROOM 3 (18'3" x 13'1") another beautiful room with original floorboards, mullion window to garden with rural views and beamed ceiling.  Door to EN-SUITE BATHROOM (9'3" x 8') window to garden, modern white suite including free standing double ended bath, pedestal basin, low level WC and bidet, pitched and beamed ceiling.  BEDROOM 4 (20'4" x 15'6") full length window to garden, beamed ceiling and steps down to EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM (7' x 5'6") fully tiled shower cubicle,   and white low level WC and wash hand basin, chrome heated towel rail.
Short staircase to second floor with access to BEDROOM 5 (18'4" x 15'1" max) original floorboards, mullioned window and recessed stone carved fireplace.  BEDROOM 6 (12'2" x 12'10") fitted carpet, mullioned window to driveway, narrow door with stairs to priest hole with window to side elevation and BATHROOM (9'2" x 5'9") modern white suite including free standing bath, pedestal basin, low level WC and bidet. A short flight of stairs leads from the top landing to two large ATTIC STORE ROOMS, measuring 34' x 18' overall.
A lengthy gravelled approach driveway flanked by a pond, forms part of the sale (with retained right of access to adjacent self catering cottages).  A gravelled stone pillared entrance leads via a yew hedge lined driveway flanked by a mature orchard to the left and chestnut trees to the right, leads to the rear of the house where there is a gravel parking area.  To the side of the house is an enormous gravelled area providing additional parking, GARAGE/WORKSHOP (16'7" x 21'6") and additional STONE BARN (11'6" x 36') providing additional storage.  To the side and east of the house are beautiful gardens combining wide flagstone sitting area with geometric box hedge panels, sweeping lawns, mixed flower beds and mature trees leading to an ornamental pond, pergola and wisteria clad walkway.
In addition to this a substantial field extending to approximately 14.22 acres of flat pasture land, also forms part of the sale but could be excluded (with an appropriate price adjustment).



Private water via a bore hole supply. Private drainage. Oil central heating. Mains electricity.
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