3 bedroom detached house for saleRowen, LL32
- Viewing highly recommended to appreciate character and beauty of this fine property
- £399,500 REDUCED TO £365,000
Located just above the village of Rowen this unique property originally the Mill House dating back to the 17th Century, has been lovingly restored over the years. Retaining many original features including beamed ceilings, Inglenook fireplace with the original bread oven and slate floor. The accommodation comprises: Entrance Porch and Hallway, Lounge, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Modern Fitted Kitchen, Conservatory, Three Bedrooms and Bathroom, Central Heating, Double Glazed Windows, Two Car Garage, set within approximately one acre of mature gardens with a wealth of plants and shrubs. There is an orchard which extends to one quarter acre.
Stone steps lead to wood panelled front door leading into;
ENCLOSED ENTRANCE PORCH
Double glazed window to side aspect with lovely views.
Double glazed window (deep window sill) spindled staircase to first floor, double panelled central heating radiator, fitted wall light points, good sized under stairs storage cupboard, further storage cupboard, reclaimed solid wood floor.
147 x 139 (4.44m x 4.19m) Double glazed window with deep windowsill, superb views over the Conwy Valley towards the Estuary, beautiful cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and heath and open grate, fitted wooden dado rail, two double panelled central heating radiators, television aerial point.
14 6 x 8 (4.42m x 2.43m) Original late Victorian cast iron fireplace with open grate tiled inset and hearth, good size storage cupboard, fitted wall lights, double panelled central heating radiator, attractive Georgian style glazed door opening into;
118 x 108 (3.55m x 3.25m) Octagonal UPVC double glazed conservatory with polycarbonate roof, opening lights, double opening French doors onto the garden, double panelled central heating radiator , breathtaking views over the Conwy Valley towards the Estuary.
1762 (into the inglenook) x 1210 (5.34m x 3.91m) Original beamed ceiling, double glazed window with deep windowsill, superb views, original oak lintel, inglenook fireplace with original oak beamed lintel, cast iron solid fuel range, tiled hearth, original bread oven to side of fireplace with tiled display area, further double glazed window to side aspect with stone windowsill, double panelled central heating radiator, rough cast plaster wall, telephone point.
128 x 102 (3.86m x 3.10m) Spots to ceiling, triple aspect double glazed windows, fitted wall and base units, roll edged work surfaces with inset sink, integral appliances comprising of washing machine, dishwasher, dryer, built in electric oven and four ring hob, space for fridge/freezer, combination boiler, slate tiled floor and door leading to the rear.
From the Hallway stairs lead to;
FIRST FLOOR AND LANDING
Velux style roof window, access to loft, original oak beam, wall light points.
1410 x 134 (4.52m x 4.00m) Beamed ceiling, double glazed window with deep windowsill, with superb views over the valley towards the Estuary, original cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth, two double panelled central hearing radiators and telephone point.
1410 x 134 (4.52m x 4.00m) Beamed ceiling, double glazed window with deep windowsill, with superb views over the valley towards the Estuary, original cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth, two
double panelled central heating radiators and telephone point.
148 x 82 (4.47m x 2.49m) Double glazed window with superb views over the valley, deep windowsill, Victorian cast iron fireplace with tiled grate, double panelled central heating radiator.
183 (max) x 83 (5.56m x 2.51m) Beam to ceiling, access to loft, double glazed window with deep windowsill, double panelled central heating radiator, pedestal wash hand basin, laminate floor.
Double glazed window with deep windowsill, three piece white bathroom suite comprising of panelled bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c. Double panelled central heating radiator, modern plastic wall covering, tiled floor.
The property is approached via a gravelled driveway. The gardens extend to approximately 1 acre they are beautifully landscaped with an abundance of mature trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants, attractive wooden arbour with seating area, stone built garden shed, further wooden shed, greenhouse, an attractive seating area, separate fruit orchard which extends to approximately one quarter of an acre comprising of apple trees and a selection of soft fruit bushes.
*VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO APPRECIATE CHARACTER AND BEAUTY OF THIS FINE PROPERTY*
Rowen is often described as the prettiest village in the Conwy Valley and has a local shop and hostelry whilst the Medieval walled town of Conwy is some three miles distant with easy access to the A55 Dual Carriageway for Chester and the Motorways beyond.
From our Conwy office turn left into Uppergate Street, first left and then right into St. Agnes Road. Go down to the bottom of the hill and go straight on at the crossroads on the Llanrwst Road. Go up the hill out of Conwy for approximately 2/3 miles until reaching the famous Groes Inn on the right hand side. Turn right immediately signposted Rowen. Proceed into the Village where you will see the Ty Gwyn Public House on the right hand side, travel for 1 mile through the village and continue along to where the sign for Ty Uchaf can be seen hanging from a tree on the right hand side. Proceed through the gates, along the track to the far end where the property can be found.
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