Glynneath Road, Abergarwed, Neath, Neath Port Talbot. SA11 4DW

£350,000 Ref:PRC68014

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Living Room
Open plan kitchen / lounge
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3
Annexe Lounge
Annexe Bedroom
Annexe Kitchen
Annexe shower room
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  • Impressive character home
  • Adjoining one bedroom annexe
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  • Ample off road parking
  • Under an acre of woodland. EPC-F32

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IMPRESSIVE, UNIQUE CHARACTER DETACHED HOUSE. Introducing a Live/Work opportunity with this BEAUTIFUL HOME and adjoining ANNEXE. Surrounded by SCENIC VIEWS and situated on just under an acre of WOODLAND. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate its ORIGINAL CHARMS.

Reputed to be in excess of 100 years old and built specifically for the manager of the local mine this property provides generous family space in a semi rural location with far reaching views over the valley and Neath Canal. There is a separate one bedroom annexe adjacent to the property perfect for extended family, working from home, or as a holiday let. The property also comprises just under one acre of woodland to the side and an original WW2 bomb shelter. The rear boundary abuts the mine tramway system that is now a public footpath for ramblers and nature explorers. We recommend early viewing to fully appreciate all this property has to offer.

Entrance Hall
A welcoming entrance hall retaining some lovely features including the cornice, coving and architrave with high ceilings throughout. Tiled floors. Feature staircase leading to first floor.

Lounge 15' 1" x 13' 1"
Original sash window to the front and feature window to the side providing plenty of natural light to this good size lounge. Coving. Plastered ceilings. Ornate wooden mantle with a multi-fuel burner. Solid wood flooring. Radiator.

Open Plan Kitchen/Diner/Day Room 29' 6" x 12' 6"
Present vendors have open-planned the kitchen and reception room to make a light and airy functional living space with some of the original features remaining. Double doors leading out to the rear patio. Box bay window to front elevation. Radiator.

Study 10' 2" x 11' 6"
To the rear of the house the study is ideally positioned to knock through to the adjacent annexe should you wish to combine the entire property into one dwelling. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Window to rear elevation. Door into:

Utility Room
Plumbing for an automatic washing machine with additional space for a tumble dryer and window to the rear elevation.

Stairs and landing
The centrally located feature staircase benefits from a skylight and leads to a spacious landing with plenty of storage cupboards and access to the loft eves. All doors lead off :

Bedroom 1 14' 9" x 13' 1"
Coving. Painted walls. Radiator. Window to the front elevation with superb views over the valley.

Bedroom 2 12' 2" x 11' 10"
Coving. Plastered ceiling. Radiator. Window to the rear elevation. Original wrought iron fireplace.

Bedroom 3 9' 11" x 14' 5"
Window over looking the front elevation. Original wrought iron fireplace. Radiator.

Family bathroom
A charming bathroom offering freestanding roll top bath, hand basin and shower cubicle. Double aspect windows to front and side elevations. There is a separate w.c. room.

The self contained annexe is an ideal opportunity for the extended family, work from home opportunities or a holiday let.

Annexe Lounge 18' 4" x 9' 2"
Access via double doors from the front patio area. Spacious lounge. Plenty of natural light from the side windows.

Annexe Kitchen
Self contained offering electric hob, integrated fridge, sink and cupboard space. Window to rear elevation.

Annexe shower room
Three piece suite comprising low level w.c, hand basin and large walk in shower.

Annexe Bedroom 23' 4" x 9' 2"
Via staircase to the first floor. Spacious bedroom with double doors to a Juliet balcony to front elevation boasting spectacular views. Additional windows to side elevation and feature skylights.

To the front there is a large driveway parking and footpath leading to the house which offers a good size patio area, ideal for appreciating the surrounding scenic views. The front garden is tiered and offers ample shrubs and a vegetable patch. To the rear there are outbuildings ideal for storage and a pathway leading to the rear public footpath, formally the tramway for the mine. To the side you will find the vintage Anderson Shelter and an abundance of woodland.

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