- Scandinavian Inspired Three Bedroom Property
- Multigenerational uUe Property with Second Two Bedroom Bungalow in the Gardens
- Further Development Potential Subject to Correct Planning in Place in The Walled Garden
- Substantial Parking for 8+ Cars
- Multiple Decked Areas for Hosting Al-Fresco Dining
- Separate Garage/Workshop
- Walking Distance to Wenvoe Golf Course
- Two Paddocks for Equestrian Enthusiasts
- Spacious and Bright Living Areas
- Close to Culverhouse Shops and Multiple Other Amenities
Nestled in the heart of the Vale of Glamorgan, in the grounds of the walled garden of Wenvoe Castle Golf Club this stunning Scandinavian inspired property is truly one-of-a-kind. The land around the property sits just under 4 acres and could have a range of uses from equestrian enthusiasts, further landscaping and vegetable gardens or alternatively further development potential (subject to planning). The property comprises of a 3 bedroom main house with spacious bright living areas, offering a perfect blend of style and comfort. Additionally, there is a separate 2-bedroom property that provides ample accommodation, ideal for guests or multigenerational family. The estate boasts a sheltered plot with ample driveway parking for up 8 cars, a garage/workshop, and magnificent grounds that include a meticulously planned private ornamental garden, pond, meadows, and an impressive stand of old woods. Whether you're looking for a serene and peaceful retreat or a place to host large gatherings, this property offers the perfect solution with its unique features and prime location.
The Walled Garden is a beautiful property located on a large plot of land next to Wenvoe Castle Golf Club. The property is accessed via a private driveway, which leads to a parking area in front of the main house. The garage block includes a garage space and a workshop/storage area with power and water connected.
The garden is the real highlight of the property. It is beautifully landscaped and features a variety of seating areas, so you can enjoy the sun from morning to evening. There is a principal paved patio area in front of the living room, a sheltered western-facing "al fresco" dining area next to the kitchen, and a meadow garden with a circular, brick-lined sunken pond. The garden also extends onto a small stand of mature woodland.
The north-eastern portion of the garden is the most sheltered and private part of the property. It is accessible from all three bedrooms and features a partly paved perennial garden surrounded by hedging and a decked seating area. This is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the afternoon and evening sun.
There are a further 2 paddocks at the front of the property and would be ideal for equestrian use and further development (subject to planning).
The second property also has its own parking area which is ideal for guests.
About The Bungalow
The main house was originally built in the late 1970s within the enchanting kitchen-garden of the neighbouring Wenvoe Castle. It has been impeccably upgraded and enhanced by the current architect-owner, and now presents exceptional family accommodation in an idyllic and secluded setting. Not to mention the second property that sits along the main house and is ideal for an extended family or guest accommodation.
The main house is bathed in an abundance of natural light, thanks to the expansive floor-to-ceiling glazed windows and doors. The central living room is the heart of the home, with a striking pitched ceiling and a captivating contemporary wood burning stove. A series of impressive windows and doors overlook the south-facing paved patio, seamlessly connecting the indoors with the lush gardens beyond.
Adjacent to the living room is a study, providing a tranquil space to work or relax. Just beyond the lounge is a snug with its own cozy wood burner. This snug conveniently links to a second bedroom, where planning permission has been secured for a potential fourth bedroom or en suite extension.
The contemporary kitchen is fitted with a superb range of units and appliances, including a hob, double oven, fully integrated fridge, freezer, and dishwasher. An adjoining utility room offers additional storage and accommodates a washing machine, dryer, and American-style fridge/freezer.
The largest and most luxurious bedroom is located at the northern end of the residence. It is strategically positioned to capture both the refreshing morning light from the east and the warm afternoon/evening sunshine from the west. This generous double room boasts its own stylish en suite shower room, complete with an exceptionally spacious walk-in shower and accent-lit wardrobes.
The second bedroom, situated in the eastern wing of the property, boasts its own en suite bathroom, featuring a bath and separate shower cubicle. Furthermore, a third double bedroom offers a private shower cubicle and basin. All these bedrooms enjoy picturesque views of the serene and secluded garden in the north-eastern corner, with convenient access through their respective doors.
In summary, this exceptional property seamlessly blends modern style and comfort with the character and history of its surroundings. With its superb living spaces, light-filled rooms, and picturesque gardens, this is a truly remarkable family home offering a lifestyle of tranquillity and refinement.
Wenvoe is a picturesque village situated in the Vale of Glamorgan, approximately 7 miles west of Cardiff. It is a small, tight-knit community with a population of just over 2,000 people, and it has a rich history dating back to the 12th century. The village is surrounded by stunning countryside, and it offers a range of local amenities, including a primary school, church, post office, pub, and village hall. It also boasts a golf club, which is situated on the site of the former Wenvoe Castle. The village is well-connected, with easy access to the M4 motorway and Cardiff International Airport, making it an attractive location for commuters. Wenvoe is within approximately 2 miles from Culverhouse Cross where an excellent road network on the western fringe of the City of Cardiff provides access to Junction 33 of the M4 Motorway ideal for commuting further afield. Culverhouse Cross includes a range of "national outlets" including Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Homebase and B & Q. There is a main intercity train service available at Cardiff with London/Paddington, reached in around two hours.
The property was originally designed by Hird & Brooks, Architects from Penarth and when built in 1978 for the then owner, T R Watts, it was one of their few well known designs built with a stone facing. The property was not built to the original consented size, but was extended in 1983 to provide 180sq.m (1,937sq.ft) of accommodation with 3 bedrooms, a lounge, dining room, snug, kitchen/breakfast room and utility plus 45sqm. of external storage/garage.
Wenvoe Castle was a castle and country estate between Barry and Wenvoe, in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. The principal building on the site was a vast mansion house created in 1776 to 1910 by Robert Adam.
The Wenvoe Castle Golf Club was established in 1936, by the owner of the manor, Hugh Jenner, and continues to be used as such. The remainder of the 1777 building, now Wenvoe Castle Golf Club, was listed at Grade II and represents the east and north wings or former Stable Block.