A delightful unique, semi-detached stone built cottage retaining many original features, set in a semi-rural location, close to many local attractions including Aberdulais and Glynneath Waterfalls and the Beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. The accommodation which is extremely well presented by the present owners benefits from full central heating and double glazing and accommodation over 2 floors to include farmhouse style kitchen and beautiful living room with Inglenook fireplace and log burner to the ground floor and 2 double bedrooms and good sized bathroom to the first floor. There is an enclosed rear garden with stone faced garden room which would be perfect for a hot tub, and off-road parking for one vehicle.
With tiled floor, inner door into:
Lounge (18′ 9″ x 15′ 5″ or 5.72m x 4.69m)
With beautiful Inglenook fireplace with log burner on stone hearth, parquet flooring , double glazed window and door to front, bay window to side and window to rear, beams to ceiling, fitted bookshelves, latch style door to first floor.
Stairs leading to first floor
Kitchen (7′ 9″ x 13′ 7″ or 2.36m x 4.14m)
Range of fitted base units in Sage Green with solid oak work surfaces, Belfast sink with brass style taps, original beam to wall, wall mounted gas central heating boiler, all white goods are included in the sale at the asking price. Double glazed window to rear and side, stained glass door into:
Landing area with stained floorboards, small feature window to side, access to attic space, radiator, coved ceiling.
Bedroom 1 (13′ 6″ x 8′ 10″ or 4.12m x 2.68m)
With stained floorboards, double glazed window to rear and side, feature stone wall, coved ceiling, radiator.
Bedroom 2 (16′ 4″ x 8′ 4″ or 4.97m x 2.54m)
With stained floorboards, radiator, double glazed window to front, feature stone wall.
Bathroom (16′ 4″ x 8′ 4″ or 4.97m x 2.54m)
With 4 piece suite in champagne comprising panelled bath, wash hand basin, w.c., double shower cubicle, stained floorboards, double glazed window to rear, spotlights and coving to ceiling, radiator.
Enclosed rear garden with patio area, lawn bordered by mature trees, stone face garden room which would be perfect to house a hot tub and off-road parking for 1 vehicle.
Located near the village of Glynneath, the property is ideal for holiday makers wanting to get out into the open countryside and explore the area on foot or on bike. There are plenty of walks to be had in the area, with the Four Waterfalls located just over 3½ miles away. There is a canal just 500 yards from the property and is a nice walk. The Brecon Beacons, home to the largest mountain in South Wales, Pen y Fan, are approximately half an hour’s drive away, and the BikePark Wales in Merthyr Tydfil, renowned for its great mountain biking tracks, is 11 miles from the cottage. Afan bike track is 15 miles and Glynneath golf course is only a 10-minute drive away.