In an historic, landmark building within the hamlet of Broughton, a first floor flat with superb views over farmland. Accommodation comprising; communal lobby, hallway, open-plan lounge/dining room, fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a 3-piece bathroom. Externally presenting single garage to rear with own lawned/chipping garden. Ideal first time purchase. No on-going chain. EPC Rating; E.
SUMMARY In an historic, landmark building within the hamlet of Broughton, a first floor flat with superb views over farmland. Accommodation comprising; communal lobby, hallway, open-plan lounge/dining room, fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a 3-piece bathroom. Externally presenting single garage to rear with own lawned/chipping garden. Ideal first time purchase. No on-going chain.
SITUATION The Hamlet of Broughton is within walking distance of the Heritage Coast with its beautiful cliff top walks and mixture of sandy and stony beaches and within one mile of the Village of Wick and includes a combination of modern and older properties. The Village of Wick is situated within attractive countryside to the western end of the Vale of Glamorgan and contains a number of period houses, a local shop, Church in Wales junior school, two public houses, Church, village hall, village green and local rugby and cricket clubs. Although enjoying the benefits of a rural community, the Village is accessible to the nearby Town of Llantwit Major (approximately 4 miles) which includes a good range of retail facilities and to the Town of Bridgend (some 6 miles) which offers a comprehensive commercial, retail and leisure amenities. There is a main-line railway station at Bridgend providing direct access to Cardiff and London. The City of Cardiff is also within reach via the A48 road or the M4 motorway (Junction 35) at Pencoed, which also provides access to other major commercial centres in the region.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY * A communal hallway leads directly up to the first floor lobby with space for storage.
* A private doorway opens through into the apartment with entrance hallway leading into a 3-piece bathroom with storage cupboard housing the 'Worcester' gas combi boiler.
* The open-plan lounge/dining room enjoys front-facing views over farmland and beyond; with ample space for soft furnishings and dining furniture. The dining room provides space and versatility as a home office.
* The Kitchen has been fitted with a range of shaker-style farmhouse cream wall and base units with laminate work surfaces. A range of appliances to remain to include; 4-ring electric hob with extractor hood over, oven with grill and plumbing is provided for one appliance along with space for a freestanding fridge/freezer. A deep-siled window overlooks the rear garden and garage.
* Off from the central living area lies two good sized double bedrooms; one bedroom enjoying views across the countryside and both offering fitted wardrobes.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS *Each flat has its own area of garden, located to the rear of Old Malthouse Court.
*The garden belonging to 2 Malthouse Court is currently laid to lawn with chippings area offering space for a bistro set.
*A single garage (approx max measurements 4.86m x 2.43m) also belonging to the property, with manual up and over door.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Leasehold. Service Charge: approx. £45 per month which includes; general maintenance and buildings insurance. Each flat Owner has a share of the freehold and a stake in the management company.
All mains services connected - gas-fired combi central heating. Council tax band; C.
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