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3 bedroom detached house for sale
Rowen Conwy, Conwy
- Detached 17th Century Mill House
- 3 bedrooms
- Semi rural location
- Inglenook fireplace
- Beamed ceilings and slate floors
- Extensive views
- Integral garage
- Approx 1 acres of gardens
A traditional 17th century Mill House occupying an elevated setting above the village of Rowen in the beautiful Conwy Valley. This well presented home was lovingly restored and upgraded by the previous owners and retains character original features including inglenook fireplace, beamed ceilings and slate floors. Occupying a quiet rural setting enjoying extensive valley views. Central heating and double glazing, integral car garage, approximately 1 acre of gardens and orchard, conservatory. Viewing highly recommended.
The property occupies a lovely position approximately one mile above the village, enjoying extensive views. Rowen is a small picturesque village located in the Conwy Valley, has a local shop and hostelry, whilst the medieval walled town of Conwy is some three miles away together with access to the A55 expressway for easy access to Chester and beyond.
The Accommodation Affords:
(approximate measurements only)
Enclosed Front Entrance Porch & Reception Hall:
With herringbone block flooring, staircase leading off to first floor level, double panelled radiator, wall lights, sealed unit double glazed window, understairs storage cupboard, built-in storage and cloaks cupboard.
4.47m x 4.21m (14'8 x 13'10 )
Cast iron open fireplace surround, tiled hearth, double panelled radiator, sealed unit double glazed window overlooking front with views.
4.47m x 2.4m (14'8 x 7'10 )
Cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth, built-in cupboard to recess, double panelled radiator. Access leading through to:
3.21m x 3.52m (10'6 x 11'7 )
Octagonal uPVC double glazed conservatory with polycarbonate roof, double French doors leading onto garden, central heating radiator, extensive views overlooking the valley.
3.9m x 4.59m (12'10 x 15'1 )
Original beamed ceiling, feature inglenook fireplace with oak lintel over housing fuel stove multi fuel Rayburn, tiled hearth and floor. Original bread oven to side of fireplace with tiled display area. Double glazed windows to side elevation. Double panelled radiator.
3.69m x 3.24m (12'1 x 10'8 )
Fitted range of base and wall units with complementary worktops, stainless oven, four ring ceramic hob, single drainer sink, integral dishwasher and washing machine. Slate tiled floor. Doorway leading to rear of property. Triple aspect sealed unit double windows with views.
Stairs leading up to:
First Floor - Landing:
Velux window overlooking staircase, original oak beams, wall light points.
4.51m x 4.1m (14'10 x 13'5 )
Sealed unit double glazed window overlooking side elevation with views, double panelled radiator, wall lights, cast iron fireplace, telephone point.
Bedroom No 2:
4.47m x 2.49m (14'8 x 8'2 )
Double glazed window with views overlooking the valley. Cast iron fireplace, double panelled radiator.
Bedroom No 3:
2.51m x 2.91m plus 2.74m x 1.31m (8'3 x 9'7 plus
(L-shaped). Double panelled radiator, pedestal wash hand basin, sealed unit double glazed window overlooking side of property. Laminated timber effect floor.
2.5m x 1.83m (8'2 x 6'0 )
Three piece suite comprising panelled bath, electric shower above, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, double panelled radiator, sealed unit double glazed window overlooking side of property.
Gravelled driveway with gardens extending to approximately one acre with lawned areas, range of mature trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants. Stone built garden shed, further wooden shed, greenhouse and seating area. Separate fruit orchard which extends to approximately quarter of an acre with apple trees and a selection of soft fruit bushes. Integral car garage (7.05m x 3.93m) power and light connected, twin timber doors.
Mains electricity, septic tank drainage, private water (bore hole), LPG gas supply.
From the village of Rowen proceed through the village past the Ty Gwyn Public House on the right hand side, travel for approximately one mile through the village and continue to where there is a rusty gate with the sign Ty Uchaf hanging from a tree on the right hand side, proceed through the gate along the track bearing right at the fork and the property will be viewed in the far right hand corner.
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