Gower home pairs underfloor heating with stone flooring
A property that overlooks Rhossili Bay in Gower, Wales has become available, and it has been designed to optimise its innovative heating system.
While underfloor heating can work well with a wide variety of floor choices, the owners of the enviable home have fitted Dijon limestone within the property, which is a perfect partner for the heating solution.
Future homeowners will be able to enjoy this luxury comfort when they return to the property named “Lower Mill” from the many walks available nearby. While nestled in a sleepy Gower village, the home is on Beach Road and is close to the area’s award-winning coastline.
The detached property itself has three bedrooms and sits in 1.5 acres of woodland meadows, which are home to an impressive wildlife pond and are bordered by a mountain stream close by. The historic home was constructed more than 400 years ago, but it has been fully renovated.
While it features many modern amenities, like its underfloor heating system, many of its original features have been preserved, adding character to the residence. It boasts an inglenook fireplace in the Welsh style, a large crittall window, an oak-beamed mantlepiece, exposed timber and walls cast from Gower stone.
A patio outside allows residents to enjoy scenic views and the scent of the meadow. Double doors lead inside to the home’s kitchen, which is packed with potential for those who love to cook. A custom-designed granite worktop is centrally place, while a 40-plate warming drawer is ideal for entertaining. Taps supply boiling water instantly, and a double sink is on hand for dishes.