The Old Smithy, Chapel Road, Llanharan, Pontyclun, Rhondda, Cynon, Taff. CF72 9QA
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- Two bedroom end of terraced cottage
- Very large lounge, EPC - E
- Good sized kitchen/diner with utility room off
- Large bedroom ripe for converting into two
- Original features and character
- Many original features throughout
- Being sold with no ongoing chain
A chance to purchase this character property that dates back to the 1800's which offers high ceilings and MANY ORIGINAL FEATURES. The rooms are much LARGER THAN AVERAGE and so converting the lounge and main bedroom both into two rooms would be easily done. Being sold with NO ONGOING CHAIN.
Off road parking to the front for approximately two vehicles.
Access via solid wood front door into spacious entrance hallway.
Entrance Hallway 12' 8" x 11' 0"
Impressive larger than average entrance hallway finished with exposed beams, emulsioned walls, frosted window to front and wood tiles to floor. Under stairs storage cupboard housed the Worcester gas combination boiler.
Lounge 23' 9" x 15' 3"
A spacious lounge which has exposed beams and beautiful exposed stone walls, high character ceiling and an original bread oven. Focal point to the room is the feature stone fireplace with solid wood hearth. There are two PVCu leaded double glazed windows to front aspect. Fitted carpet and two radiators.
Two piece suite in white comprising wash hand basin and low level w.c. Frosted and leaded window to the rear aspect. Radiator.
Kitchen/Diner 20' 0" x 9' 0"
Skimmed ceiling with inset spotlighting and ceramic tiled flooring. A range of wall and base units in solid oak with coordinating roll edge work surface. Built in oven and grill with ceramic hob and built in cooker hood. Two PVCu leaded and double glazed windows overlook rear aspect. Stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Integrated dish washer and space for upright fridge/freezer. Ample space for table and chairs. Radiator. Back door gives access out to the rear. Door off the kitchen leads into:-
Space and plumbing for washing machine and ample storage in here. Large pantry area. Radiator.
First floor landing
Via staircase with leaded PVCu double glazed window at the halfway point. Landing has a further double glazed window overlooking rear aspect with attractive views out. Radiator. Fitted carpet.
Bedroom 1 23' 7" x 11' 8"
Skimmed ceiling with painted walls and fitted carpet. Very large room that could easily be converted to make two good sized bedrooms. The layout and configuration is ideal for this. Two radiators. Two PVCu leaded and double glazed windows to front aspect. This bedroom has the unusual setup of having a lift in the room. This goes down to the entrance hallway. If not required the sellers are happy to have this removed and the room put back to its original standard.
Bedroom 2 13' 9" x 11' 11"
PVCu leaded and double glazed window to front aspect with fitted carpet. Loft access. Radiator.
Skimmed ceiling with inset spotlighting. Fully tiled to all walls. Walk in shower with wash hand basin and close coupled w.c. inset a storage unit. PVCu frosted double glazed window to rear aspect. Chrome heated towel rail holder.
Enclosed by high original stone built wall giving a good degree of privacy. Low maintenance cottage style garden with steps leading up to the rear which leads to Hillside Avenue (an access agreement will need to be put in place by the new occupier for shared access to steps with immediate neighbouring property). Outside tap.
A chance to purchase this character property that dates back to the 1800,s. The property benefits from a large lounge and master bedroom with good sized kitchen/diner and utility room off and a further small double bedroom and wet room to the first floor. The cottage has high ceilings and some original features. The rooms are much larger than average and so converting the lounge and main bedroom both into two rooms would be easily done. The cottage was originally the Blacksmiths and is set in the centre of the village of Llanharan. The railway station is about two hundred yards from the Smithy, along with Cardiff by train being just ten minutes away. Another plus factor is that the Smithy is directly opposite the village shop and Post Office. Llanharan is an up and coming village, not only has addition of the railway station and extra housing added to its appeal in the past few years, a large development is in the pipeline that would bring extra housing, shops and a school to the area. Llanharan is only five minutes by car to Pencoed and Talbot Green, both of which have easy access to the M4.
At the centre of the village you will find a public house, The High Corner. Chapel Road is set off the bend towards the railway station and The Old Smithy is the first house on the right hand side, directly opposite the village shop and Post Office.
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