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4 bedroom cottage for sale

Llangwm, Corwen

£299,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Attractive Period House
  • Idyllic Rural Setting
  • Lounge, Living & Dining Room
  • Kitchen / Breakfast
  • Study / Occasional Bed 5
  • 4 Bedrooms & Bathroom
  • Delightful Gardens & Parking
  • Patio, Hot Tub & Shower

Full description

A very attractive period house which has been greatly extended and refurbished throughout - set in a truly idyllic rural environment at the head of a cwm in the heart of rural Wales some 2 miles from the village, approximately 4 miles from the A5 providing direct access towards Cerrigydrudion and Llangollen. Cwm Llan has been extended and refurbished with great care and attention to provide a very comfortable, adaptable family home and was recently run as a successful holiday cottage business through Sykes Cottages. With double glazing and electric heating in the main, the accommodation affords outbuilt entrance, traditional lounge with inglenook fireplace, dining room, kitchen / breakfast room, pantry / utility, inner hall with cloakroom, rear hall with living room, study / occasional bedroom five; first floor main landing with three bedrooms and luxury bathroom, second staircase to bedroom four. Delightful wooded gardens with outstanding views. Wide raised patio to the front elevation with integrated hot tub, shower, store room and ample parking. INSPECTION RECOMMENDED.

Location - Cwm Llan stands almost in the centre of a sheltered Cwm with gently sloping hills to three sides leading up to a ridge line from which there are stunning views across the area towards Bala and The Berwyns. Whilst standing in a very secluded position at the head of a no-through farm track it is within a short distance of the village and with good road links via the A5 to Ruthin, Llangollen and the North Wales coast and Snowdonia. The house does have a phone line and broadband connection.

The Accommodation - Steps leading to an outbuilt timber framed and panelled porch with double glazed units and slate slab floor. Panel door with glazed upper light leading to:

Lounge - 14'3" X 14'1" (4.34m X 4.29m) - An impressive original room with outbuilt stone inglenook fireplace with a full width slate stone supporting beam, raised hearth and a large cast iron multi-fuel fire grate. Exposed walling to three walls, being painted in part, with cottage style sash window to the front elevation with window seat and shutters. Beamed ceiling, slate slab floor, staircase rising off with enclosed under cupboard.

Dining Room - 14'0" X 10'1" (4.27m X 3.07m) - Beamed ceiling, stone slab floor, under stairs recess for storage, traditional style sash windows to the front elevation with integrated window seat and shutters together with exposed stone adjoining. Further display niche with shelving.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room - 16'0" X 12'3" (4.88m X 3.73m) - A farmhouse style kitchen with Rangemaster six ring electric cooker with ovens and grill, White glazed sink with twin bowl mixer / drainer tap with storage cupboards beneath, void and plumbing for dishwasher, space and plumbing for American style fridge freezer. Feature exposed stonework to one wall, two double glazed glazed windows both with pine shutters. Extractor fan, ceiling downlighters and riven slate tiled floor.

Walk In Pantry / Utility - 7'5" X 6'1" (2.26m X 1.85m) - Fitted wall shelves and worktop providing recess and plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer with vent. Double glazed window with shutters, extractor fan, matching riven slate slab floor.

Inner Lobby - Display niche, ceiling downlighters and matching flooring, wall mounted electric panel radiator.

Cloakroom - White suite comprising wash basin with tiled surround and splashback, low level WC, slate floor, extractor fan and electric towel radiator.

Rear Hall - Forming part of the extension, it is approached off the rear elevation of the house with a traditional ledged and panelled door with glazed window. High vaulted ceiling with a Velux roof light, staircase rising off to bedroom four, riven slate floor.

Living Room - 15'3" X 12'9" (4.65m X 3.89m) - A light and airy room designed to take advantage of the outstanding views across the Cwm, with two double glazed traditional sash windows to the front elevation and double glazed French doors with matching side panel opening to the left hand gable and raised decked area. Ceiling downlighters, wall light points, electric skirting heaters, oak boarded floor.

Study / Occ Bed Five - 9'8" X 8'2" (2.95m X 2.49m) - Two double glazed windows, boarded floor, ceiling downlighters, electric skirting heaters.

First Floor -

Main Landing - Window to the front elevation and pull down timber panel ladder leading to the loft.

Bedroom One - 12'3" X 12'2" (3.73m X 3.71m) - Located to the rear of the house, it has two double glazed windows with rural aspect, ceiling downlighters, wall light points, walk in wardrobe with hanging rail and high level shelf. Electric skirting radiators.

Bedroom Two - 13'10" X 10'0" (4.22m X 3.05m) - Traditional style double glazed sash window with shutters, two outbuilt double door wardrobes together with locker storage cupboards over and open shelving. Electric skirting board heating.

Bedroom Three - 14'0" X 7'9" (4.27m X 2.36m) - Traditional style double glazed sash window with shutters, built in double door wardrobe with locker storage cupboards over, further cabinets to the other side of the chimney breast recess. Further double glazed window to the rear elevation.

Bathroom - 15'6" X 7'5" (4.72m X 2.26m) - A large, beautifully appointed bathroom with a contemporary white suite comprising a large free standing oval bath with claw feet with combination shower and tap unit, large walk in shower cubicle with Mira valve, pedestal wash basin and WC. Part tiled walls to a decorative dado, extractor fan, ceiling downlighters, large double door airing cupboard, ceramic tiled floor and electric towel radiator.

Second Landing - Located off the rear hall, the staircase opens to a delightful fourth bedroom

Bedroom Four - 15'4" X 12'9" (4.67m X 3.89m) - Two Velux roof lights with views towards the Cwm, further double glazed window to gable, vaulted ceiling with downlighters and large walk in under eaves wardrobe. Electric skirting heater.

Outside - The property stands within a delightful rural setting, Cwm Llan is located at the head of a 'no through' lane leading into the heart of the Cwm and to a nearby traditional stone farm buildings. It is bounded to the front by a substantial stone wall with a maturing copper beech hedge above, with twin timber gates leading to a long Tarmacadam driveway which has stone retaining walls to either side to the lower part and leads up to the rear elevation where there is ample space for car parking.

Gardens - The gardens to the front are mainly lawed with timber framed and panelled garden shed and steps leading up to a raised riven stone effect slabbed patio, from which there are truly outstanding views in a mainly eastern and northerly direction.

Decked Area / Hot Tub - There is a decked area with an integrated hot tub included in the sale together with a very useful store room located to the right hand gable which also has access from the rear and is sub-divided internally to provide two useful store areas with electric light and power installed.

Outdoor Shower - Also to the front elevation is a small shed enclosing the filtration units for the bore hole which is understood to be located within the front garden and a very unique outdoor shower which has an interesting round courtesy panel with hot and cold shower head !

Informal Garden Area - To the rear and left hand side is an informal garden area, mainly laid out to grass, within which are a number of mature trees.



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Services - We understand that the property is connected to mains electricity, private water with a bore hole located within the front garden with associated filters and pumps nearby, private drainage with a septic tank also within the grounds.

Agent's Note - Conwy County Council - Council Tax Band D

Directions - From the Agents Ruthin Office take the A494 Corwen Road proceeding for some 9 miles through the village of Gwyddelwern and on reaching the junction with the A5104 Chester road turn right. On reaching the traffic lights with the A5 turn right in the direction of Cerrigydrudion. Proceed for some 7 miles continuing through the traffic lights near the Rhug estate, past the Goat Inn in Maerdy and after approximately 3 miles take the left hand turning onto a minor country lane signposted LLangwm. Follow the road along the straight for approximately 3/4 of a mile and turn left also signposted for the village. Continue into the village centre proceeding past the square and bus stop and follow the road out of the village to the right bearing uphill and on reaching the chapel turn immediately left onto a 'no through' lane.

Continue for approximately three quarters of a mile and on reaching the farm gate continue straight ahead for about 1 mile. PLEASE NOTE : that this section of lane is unmade and is basically a hardcored track over which great care should be taken. There are two field gates and please ensure that the gates are kept closed at all times. Continue on this lane to its farthest point which is in the base of the cwm and Cwm Llan will be found on the right hand side.

Viewing - By appointment through the Agent's Ruthin office 01824 703030.

FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.

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