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This luxurious five bedroomed home is currently represented by Mumbles estate agent Astleys.

Location

The detached executive home is located in an exclusive and sought after private development in Mayals.

The spacious and well proportioned accommodation comprises; reception hallway, cloakroom, lounge, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and utility room to the ground floor. To the first floor there are four double bedrooms (one with en-suite) and a family bathroom and to the second floor is the master suite complete with en-suite and dressing room. Externally to the front the property is accessed via security gates, has driveway parking for three vehicles and a double detached garage. Lawned garden. Side access. To the rear you have an enclosed rear garden comprising; patio seating area leading to a level lawned garden. Side access. Garden is home to a variety of trees & shrubs.

This is a beautiful family home in a prime location, enjoying peace and tranquillity, yet it is only a short distance from the Village of Mumbles, the sea front promenade, Clyne Country Gardens, The Gower Peninsula and Swansea City Centre. It also falls within the catchment area for the highly regarded Bishopston Comprehensive School. Viewing is highly recommended.

The Property

Entrance
Via frosted double glazed PVC door into reception hall.

RECEPTION HALL (17’5″ x 12’4″ or 5.314 x 3.780)
With stairs to first floor. Doors to sitting room, lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room & cloakroom. Door to storage cupboard. Two radiators.

Cloakroom (6’4″ x 3’1″ or 1.944 x 0.959)
With frsoted double glazed window to the front. A well appointed suite comprising; low level w/c, wash hand basin. Radiator. Tiled floor. Tiled walls.

Sitting room (13’10” x 10’11” or 4.221 x 3.328)
With two double glazed windows to the front. Radiator.

Lounge (28’11” x 13’11” or 8.827 x 4.247)
With two double glazed windows to the front. Double glazed patio doors to the rear. Radiator. Feature fireplace.

Dining Room (14’10” x 12’3″ or 4.541 x 3.746)
With two double glazed windows to the rear. Double glazed patio doors to the rear. Tiled floor. Radiator.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room (16’9″ x 13’10” or 5.123 x 4.221)
With three double glazed windows to the rear. Door to utility room. A well appointed kitchen fitted with a range of base and wall units, running granite work surface incorporating sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over. Space for cooker. Integral dishwasher. Integral fridge/freezer. Spotlights. Central breakfast island. Radiator. Tiled splash backs. Tiled floor.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Utility Room (11’9″ x 6’3″ or 3.597 x 1.930)
With frosted double glazed door to the rear. Double glazed window to the front. Running granite worksurface incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over. Space for washing machine.

First Floor

Landing
The stairs lead onto the landing with access to bathroom and bedrooms two, three, four and five. The landing continues and returns creating a gallery with three double glazed windows to the front. Door accessing airing cupboard and stairs to the second floor lead off the landing.

Bathroom (11’0″ x 7’5″ or 3.368 x 2.277)
With frosted double glazed window to the rear. A well appointed suite comprising; corner bathtub, low level w/c, wash hand basin. Towel rail. Tiled floor. Tiled walls. Extractor fan.

Bedroom Two (13’10” x 16’9″ or 4.236 x 5.108)
With two double glazed windows to the front. Door to en-suite. Door to built in wardrobe. Radiator.

En-suite (11’1″ x 6’4″ or 3.392 x 1.933)
With frosted double glazed window to the rear. A well appointed suite comprising; corner shower cubicle, low level w/c, wash hand basin. Tiled floor. Tiled walls. Spotlights. Extractor fan.

Bedroom Three (11’6″ x 11’1″ or 3.518 x 3.398)
With double glazed window to the rear. Radiator.

Bedroom Four (14’5″ x 11’1″ or 4.401 x 3.384)
With two double glazed windows to the rear. Radiator. Door to built in wardrobe. Radiator.

Bedroom Five (13’11” x 14’3″ or 4.258 x 4.356)
With two double glazed windows to the front. Door to built in wardrobe. Radiator.

Second Floor

Landing
With double glazed window to the front. Door to bedroom one. Loft access. Radiator.

Bedroom One (18’3″ x 25’3″ or 5.578 x 7.697)
With two double glazed windows to the front. Two Velux roof windows to the rear. Two radiators. Spotlights. Door to en-suite.

En-suite (11’5″ x 11’0″ or 3.500 x 3.370)
With two Velux roof windows to the rear. A well appointed suite comprising; free standing bathtub, shower cubicle, low level w/c, two wash hand basins set within vanity unit. Tiled floor. Tiled walls. Spotlights. Extractor fan. Door to dressing room.

DRESSING AREA
With double glazed window to the front. Doors to fitted wardrobes. Spotlights.

External

The property features lawned front garden with driveway parking for three vehicles leading to a detached double garage. Side access on both sides of the property.  The company also has an ample enclosed rear garden with patio seating area leading to a level lawned garden.  Garden is home to a variety of trees & shrubs.

The Wider Area

Blackpill is a suburban area of SwanseaWales. It is located beside Swansea Bay, about 3 miles (4.8 km) south west of the city centre.

The area offers a great balance between family life, seaside and city living, as well as being a short drive from the woodlands, countryside and beaches that Gower has to offer –  a fact not lost on many hollywood stars who maintain a presence here.  In fact, local Horror film director Andrew Jones and his artist wife Sharron both live and even film in the area.

View from Blackpill to Mumbles
Blackmill Lido

 

Blackpill itself features a seafront building on Mumbles road, a short drive from the property.  The building once served as a station and power station for the Swansea and Mumbles Railway. Today, it houses a cafe called “The Junction”, bordering the popular Blackpill Lido, a family and children’s play area which is popular in summer and the wider Mumbles area is home to individual shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes, as well as boutique art galleries and delicatessens.  People are friendly and welcoming.

Clyne Gardens

There are also a number of parks, including the beautiful Clyne Gardens and Clyne Chapel [1]. The chapel was built in 1907 by Graham Vivian, who owned the nearby Clyne Castle and Estate, as the private chapel for his family. Although Vivian specified that the Chapel should have no stained glass windows to distract from the beauty of its surroundings, there are within it a range of notable artefacts that he collected on his tours to Italy. Clyne Chapel is a Grade II listed building and serves as the Anglican church for the local community.

Oystermouth Castle

Oystermouth Castle in Mumbles is also a few minutes drive, as is Mumbles Pier and RNLI centre, with views that provide a serene contrast to the amusement arcades at the entrance.

Mumbles Pier and RNLI Station

Swansea City Centre is around 10 minutes drive away – with a world-class University, fast transport connections direct to London and good local employment opportunities.

For work/life balance, this area is hard to beat.

The property is on the market with Astleys for offers over £799,950 – although houses in this area tend to sell fast.