4 Bedroom Property for sale in Blaen Ogwr Farm, Ogwy Street, Nantymoel, Bridgend

4 Bedroom Property - £379,950

First listed £435,000 19th December 2017
Reduced 17th November 2018 to £379,950 (13 % )

Blaen Ogwr Farm, Ogwy Street, Nantymoel, Bridgend

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First listed on: 08th December 2017

Nearest stations: Treorchy (2.9 mi)Ton Pentre (3 mi)Ynyswen (3.2 mi)Ystrad Rhondda (3.5 mi)Llwynypia (3.6 mi)

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Property Description

Situated in the centre of Nantymoel village is this truly magnificent Grade Two listed farm house. Renovated by the current owners to the highest of standards, retaining a wealth of charming character throughout. The spacious, well-proportioned accommodation built over three floors is ideal for a large or extended family.
The accommodation comprises; central hallway with stairs rising to the first floor, the hallway has exposed flagstone floors and exposed stone work to one wall. The sitting room with sash window to front has an exposed stone inglenook fireplace, with flagstone hearth housing a gas real flame coal and log effect fire. A doorway off leads into the rear entrance porch which has a flagstone floor and part pitched ceiling. Also off the sitting room is a living room which has two windows overlooking the rear courtyard. The study has reclaimed herringbone wood block flooring, exposed stone to one wall and window to front overlooking the garden, plus two velux skylights flooding the room with light. Double doors lead through to the hobbies room which has a continuation of the same reclaimed herringbone wood block flooring. It has a high vaulted ceiling with exposed roofing timbers. A pedestrian door gives access to the front, the dual aspect room is flooded by light from two large velux skylights and windows to front. The dining room with window to front has a continuation of the same flagstone floors as the entrance hallway. It has a gas real flame fire set within an ornate cast iron fireplace with slate hearth and wooden surround and mantle.
The dining room is semi open plan to the impressive kitchen/breakfast room, which has high vaulted ceiling with original roofing timbers. It offers an extensive range of solid oak base, larder, wall mounted and display units with black granite work surfaces with splashback tiling over. It features a gas fired cooking range with fitted double Belfast sink unit, dishwasher, fridge and separate freezer. The kitchen has access to the rear courtyard and again is flooded by light from two velux skylights plus windows flanking the rear door. Off the dining room is the utility area housing the automatic washing machine, a further fridge/freezer with space for tumble dryer. Finally on the ground floor is a cloakroom offering a white two piece suite comprising of a high level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with half height tiling to walls.
The first floor landing with window to rear and stairs rising to the second floor has exposed wooden floor boards. It gives access to bedrooms one and two, both generous sized double bedrooms with views to front and benefit from ornate original cast iron fireplaces. Bedroom one also benefits from a built in range of wardrobe furniture plus houses the airing cupboard. The family bathroom with window to front offers a white four piece suite which comprises; panel bath, double shower cubicle with full tiling to walls and mains shower fitted, low level WC and sink unit with storage below. The room has exposed wooden floor boards. The second floor landing with loft inspection point and visible roofing timbers also has exposed wooden flooring and gives access to two further double bedrooms. Both bedrooms three and four have vaulted ceilings with exposed ceiling beams and both have windows to front plus high level cats eye shaped windows to side. Bedroom four also boasts an ornate cast iron fireplace. The second floor family bathroom offers a white four piece suite which comprises of a free standing slipper style roll top bath, large fully tiled shower cubicle with mains shower fitted, high level WC and wash basin set on a black granite work surface with matching splashback and base unit below.
Outside a gravelled driveway sweeps along the rear of the property bordered by stone walling, beyond which is the stream. This leads through to the side of the house where there is a concrete hard standing where planning permission has been granted to build a detached garage should the prospective purchaser wish, with plumbing in place. To the front of the property is the landscaped terraced lawned gardens, with flagstone laid steps and gravel pathways bordered by stone retaining walls. Beyond the front garden is a strip of land included within the sale of the property which currently houses five detached prefabricated garages, which are rented to neighbours for a peppercorn rent of £20.00 per annum. At the rear of the garages and running away from the property between the stream is an overgrown area which extends as far as a foot bridge and pathway.

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Situated in the centre of Nantymoel village is this truly magnificent Grade Two listed farm house. Renovated by the current owners to the highest of standards, retaining a wealth of charming character throughout. The spacious, well-proportioned accommodation built over three floors is ideal for a large or extended family.
The accommodation comprises; central hallway with stairs rising to the first floor, the hallway has exposed flagstone floors and exposed stone work to one wall. The sitting room with sash window to front has an exposed stone inglenook fireplace, with flagstone hearth housing a gas real flame coal and log effect fire. A doorway off leads into the rear entrance porch which has a flagstone floor and part pitched ceiling. Also off the sitting room is a living room which has two windows overlooking the rear courtyard. The study has reclaimed herringbone wood block flooring, exposed stone to one wall and window to front overlooking the garden, plus two velux skylights flooding the room with light. Double doors lead through to the hobbies room which has a continuation of the same reclaimed herringbone wood block flooring. It has a high vaulted ceiling with exposed roofing timbers. A pedestrian door gives access to the front, the dual aspect room is flooded by light from two large velux skylights and windows to front. The dining room with window to front has a continuation of the same flagstone floors as the entrance hallway. It has a gas real flame fire set within an ornate cast iron fireplace with slate hearth and wooden surround and mantle.
The dining room is semi open plan to the impressive kitchen/breakfast room, which has high vaulted ceiling with original roofing timbers. It offers an extensive range of solid oak base, larder, wall mounted and display units with black granite work surfaces with splashback tiling over. It features a gas fired cooking range with fitted double Belfast sink unit, dishwasher, fridge and separate freezer. The kitchen has access to the rear courtyard and again is flooded by light from two velux skylights plus windows flanking the rear door. Off the dining room is the utility area housing the automatic washing machine, a further fridge/freezer with space for tumble dryer. Finally on the ground floor is a cloakroom offering a white two piece suite comprising of a high level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with half height tiling to walls.
The first floor landing with window to rear and stairs rising to the second floor has exposed wooden floor boards. It gives access to bedrooms one and two, both generous sized double bedrooms with views to front and benefit from ornate original cast iron fireplaces. Bedroom one also benefits from a built in range of wardrobe furniture plus houses the airing cupboard. The family bathroom with window to front offers a white four piece suite which comprises; panel bath, double shower cubicle with full tiling to walls and mains shower fitted, low level WC and sink unit with storage below. The room has exposed wooden floor boards. The second floor landing with loft inspection point and visible roofing timbers also has exposed wooden flooring and gives access to two further double bedrooms. Both bedrooms three and four have vaulted ceilings with exposed ceiling beams and both have windows to front plus high level cats eye shaped windows to side. Bedroom four also boasts an ornate cast iron fireplace. The second floor family bathroom offers a white four piece suite which comprises of a free standing slipper style roll top bath, large fully tiled shower cubicle with mains shower fitted, high level WC and wash basin set on a black granite work surface with matching splashback and base unit below.
Outside a gravelled driveway sweeps along the rear of the property bordered by stone walling, beyond which is the stream. This leads through to the side of the house where there is a concrete hard standing where planning permission has been granted to build a detached garage should the prospective purchaser wish, with plumbing in place. To the front of the property is the landscaped terraced lawned gardens, with flagstone laid steps and gravel pathways bordered by stone retaining walls. Beyond the front garden is a strip of land included within the sale of the property which currently houses five detached prefabricated garages, which are rented to neighbours for a peppercorn rent of £20.00 per annum. At the rear of the garages and running away from the property between the stream is an overgrown area which extends as far as a foot bridge and pathway.

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22/11/2018 Property listed at £379,950
12/03/2018 Property listed at £399,950
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The Toll House,1

Derwen Road

Bridgend

CF31 1LH

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