Plymouth House was once home to the Earl of Plymouth. This former manor has medieval roots, its listing referring to the West wing as 15th Century but an old stone mullion window within the house, discovered during the recent restoration of the property has been dated at around 1300. The property features in The Greater Houses of Glamorgan and The Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments in Wales. Built on bed-rock, the house has two distinct atmospheres. The front of the property is Georgian with a drawing room with grand proportions and the rear section, which includes the former dairy, has a more intimate atmosphere, with oak beams and flagstone floors.
The West Wing has recently been the subject of a major renovation and restoration programme, completed 2 years ago, which has restored Plymouth House to its former glory and its proud past; it has been transformed into a remarkable home which ensures its place in the future as one of the great houses of the Heritage Coastline of Wales.
Plymouth House West comprises half of what was once formerly the Manor House to Old Llantwit. It is constructed in a combination of exposed natural stone and white painted render under pitched slate roofs. It is Grade ll listed and has been the subject of a complete restoration and upgrade to blend the subtleties of modern living with the immense charm and atmosphere that this unique house has to offer. The majority of the internal doors are solid oak with Suffolk latches. There is a workshop/garage. All three levels have the benefit of an individually zoned and temperature controlled under-floor central heating system served by a mains gas boiler.
This Property is Marketed by Roscoe Rogers and Knight