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1 bedroom cottage for sale
- Period Welsh Long Cottage
- Idyllic Secluded Setting
- Lounge / Diner / Bedroom
- Shower Room & W C
- Extensive, Mature Grounds
- Stone Storage Shed
A Grade 11 Listed period Welsh long cottage reputed to date from the early 17th century, set within extensive, mature and very secluded grounds located on a minor lane leading to the heart of the Berwyn Mountains about 1.5 miles from the picturesque village of Llandrillo in the Upper Dee Valley. Built of stone incorporating erratic boulders left by the last Ice Age and with a splendid queen posts roof truss to the main room, the cottage offers a rare opportunity to acquire an unspoilt home in an idyllic secluded setting overlooking a tributary of the River Dee. If affords a large 20'10 x 13' open plan lounge / diner with bedroom, kitchen, shower room and WC, large informal gardens with many mature trees and stone built storage shed.
Located on a minor country lane leading to the Berwyn Mountains a short distance from the village of Llandrillo which is a popular and highly regarded rural community centred on an historic church. It has an Inn, internationally renowned restaurant and general store / Post Office for daily requirements whilst Corwen is some 5 miles distant, standing on the A5 providing direct links towards Wrexham, Llangollen and Chester.
Included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
The Accommodation Comprises
Panel door opening to:
Open Plan Living Area
6.35m(20'10'') x 3.96m(13'0'')
Splendid original central queen posts roof truss, substantial fireplace with impressive beam over with a cast iron multi-fuel stove. Panel radiator.
Living Area Photogragh
3.38m(11'1'') x 2.08m(6'10'')
Fitted sink unit, electric cooker point. Panel radiator.
2.69m(8'10'') x 2.36m(7'9'')
Walk in cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash basin and WC. Panel radiator.
Outside & Gardens
The property stands in a slightly elevated setting with large informal lawns to the front which are bounded by the lane. The gardens extend to either side and the rear to provide private and informal gardens interspersed with many maturing trees together with a spring and a pond. There is a stone store to one side.
A specialist Survey and Valuation Department providing Home Buyer Surveys and Engineers Reports at reasonable cost.
For full information contact either Gareth Roberts BSc Hons, MRICS or Hugh Evans BSc, MRICS, FNAEA on 0845 4349989.
By appointment through the Agent's Ruthin Office on 01824 703030.
FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
HME / JET - 13.05/2011
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