- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Receptions
- 2 Bathrooms
- Vale of Glamorgan
- Unfurnished Property
- Large Size Garden
- Garage Parking
- Fitted Kitchen
This beautiful grade II listed thatched cottage is located in Bonvilston, this property shows off its many character features , it comprising briefly of a living room, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room with a bathroom and laundry room based on the ground floor with it. on the first floor we have a bedroom with dressing room attached following onto the staircase that leads to a attic room, with a further two further bedrooms and an additional second floor bedroom. Garden area to front, larger garden to the back and gated parking.
Between the historic market town of Cowbridge and the city of Cardiff, in the middle of the Vale of Glamorgan, is the village of Bonvilston. It may be found on each side of the A48 road. The Vale of Glamorgan's most coveted residential neighbourhoods are Bonvilston, which provides a mix of unique residences amidst lovely, gently sloping countryside and easy access to Cardiff and transportation systems. There is a local store and a bar in the village itself. An out-of-town shopping centre at Culverhouse Cross.
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Keylet reserves the right to retain this payment should the applicant have provided false or misleading information at the time of applying for the Tenancy or failed to take reasonable steps to enter into the tenancy agreement.
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