3-bed bungalow with 34 acres mostly woodland, incl 5 acres grazing; fabulous setting near Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taf
A detached bungalow with no near neighbours and superb views over the popular town of Pontypridd. The bungalow has been considerably improved over the years with a newly re-tiled roof, pine interior doors throughout, tiled flooring to the main rooms and all windows are double glazed. The kitchen and the bathroom have been refitted to a high standard. The cavity walls are insulated and the loft space lagged.
Entrance Hall With radiator, Italian tiled flooring, part glazed pine door leading to :-
Cloakroom With WC, window, tiled flooring.
Lounge 16' 10 max x 11' 10 max (About 5.1m x 3.6m) with picture window overlooking the town of Pontypridd, Italian tiled flooring, TV, satellite and telephone point, part glazed pine door, wood-burning stove, side window.
Inner Hall With tiled flooring and radiator, hatch to large loft space
Large Loft Space which is partly boarded with power and light and used for storage
Bedroom One 13' 6 max x 11' 4 max (About 4.1m x 3.4m) with window overlooking side garden.
Bedroom Two 11' 10 max x 9' 9 max (About 3.6m x 3.0m) with window, radiator, part glazed pine door, telephone point.
Bedroom Three 9' 9 max x 9' (About 3.0m x 2.7m) with rear window, radiator, part glazed pine door.
Bath/Shower Room With tiled walk in shower area with Mira electric shower, corner Jacuzzi bath, antique style mixer tap and shower attachment, wash hand basin, w.c., window, tiled flooring, heated towel rail, electric wall heater.
Kitchen/Dining Room 22' max x 10' max (About 6.7m x 3.0m)
The kitchen area is fitted with a range of pine wood fronted wall and base units, work surfaces, plumbing for integral dishwasher, inset sink, mixer tap, four ring ceramic hob, multi-fuel “Nordica-Thermanova” range providing cooking, hot water and central heating, Neff oven, AEG extractor unit.
Dining area with picture window, radiator, telephone point, airing cupboard (housing hot water tank and immersion heater), the whole room having quarry tiled flooring, stable door leading to:-
Utility/Boot Room 11' 5 max x 5' 10 max (About 3.5m x 1.8m)
with tiled flooring, plumbing for washing machine, power for tumble dryer and fridge/freezer, storage area, sliding glazed door and side panel to garden.
Stables with garage & workshop
Electric steel roller door fronted garage
Loose Box Stable
- Log Shelter and logging area
Coal and Log Storage
The land : paddocks plus substantial woodland
The land is arranged in three main grassland paddock areas and a small orchard/home paddock to the side of the house, which amounts to approximately 5 acres of grazing in total. The balance of the land forms the hillside up behind the house and comprises broad-leaf woodland plantation areas as well as two further areas of older mature woodland. A Better Woodland Grant is being paid for the years 2010 to 2015 for re-fencing of stock fencing, thinning out of mature woodland and management of newer woodland planted in 1997.
In all approx 34 acres
Private spring water supply (UV filtered and pumped into house at mains pressure
Solid fueld central heating (wood or coal)
- Telephone with broadband web access (connected and available subject to usual Transfer Regulations)
Link to EPC (pdf)
Rhondda Cynnon Taf County Council (the property is Band 'F' for Council Tax)
General and Situation
This a unique opportunity to live good life without being remote. Ty Mogfen is a smallholding in an elevated and semi-rural location and yet within walking distance of the town centre of Pontypridd. The views over Pontypridd and along the valley are quite spectacular. Ty Mogfen provides a high degree of self sufficiency:
fresh spring water and no water bills
a sustainable fuel supply from a private woodland
fresh welsh lamb from your own flock
stabling and pasture for horses
future potential for solar and wind power
Pontypridd has an excellent range of local amenities including shops, Library, Doctors Surgery, Schooling and Hospital. More extensive facilities are offered by Cardiff which is only about 9 miles distance. Pontypridd also has a Railway Station with regular services to Cardiff and with the M4 (Junction 32) being about 7 miles distance, the property is in an extremely accessible location.
These details have been supplied by the vendor and are a general guideline for intending purchasers and do not constitute an offer of contract. Prospective purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. None of the appliances, services or systems (heating, plumbing, drainage etc) has been tested.