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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Carrog, Corwen


Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Traditional House
  • Dining Room & Kitchen
  • Study, Lounge Conservatory
  • Bathroom
  • First Floor Lounge
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Splendid Panoramic Views
  • Outbuilding and Garden

Full description

An attractive five bedroom detached traditional house, offering extensive and versatile accommodation with four reception rooms, capable of sub division to provide a self contained annexe ideal for a dependant relative or holiday let. Set in a slightly elevated setting commanding splendid and panoramic views across the Valley towards rolling countryside and beyond to The Dee and the lower slopes of the Berwyn Mountains. Located about 1 mile from the centre of the Village of Carrog, almost equidistant between Llangollen and Corwen in the heart of the Dee Valley.

Location - The nearby village has a popular primary school, inn and also railway station on the historic Llangollen steam line which is a major tourist attractions which runs between Llangollen and Corwen. Enjoying an ideal rural setting, it is within easy reach of Llangollen, with good road links towards Wrexham and Chester.

The Accommodation Comprises - A wood grain effect door leading to:

Outbuilt Porch - With double glazed window affording pleasing views across the Valley, square archway opening to:

Dining Room - 13'9 x 12'2 (4.19m x 3.71m) - Feature exposed stone chimney breast with supporting beam and deep recess with coal Brookdale multi-fuel cast iron stove on a raised hearth, solid stone tiled floor throughout, double glazed picture window to the front elevation with far reaching views across the Valley, heavy beamed ceiling, TV aerial point, wood panelling to dado in part and a boxed panelled radiator. Stable door leading to:

Kitchen - 11'5 x 10'1 (3.48m x 3.07m) - Refurbished with a contemporary range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with light cream toned finish to door and drawer fronts and contrasting wood grain effect working surfaces, white glazed inset sink with drainer and mixer tap and plumbing for dishwasher. Inset four ring hob with stainless steel extractor light and hood over and a built in single oven. Integrated fridge, pan drawers, attractive part tiled walls and heather brown ceramic tile flooring, two double glazed windows, both with far reaching rural views, beamed ceiling and panelled radiator. Square archway to:

Inner Hall - With staircase rising off, understairs cupboard and double glazed window to the rear elevation.

Inner Lobby - With steps leading down to:

Bedroom 5 - 8'2 x 9'7 (2.49m x 2.92m) - Double glazed window and radiator.

Lounge - 17' x 9'5 (5.18m x 2.87m) - Spacious room which is well lit with double glazed French doors opening to the front elevation and patios with views towards the Dee Valley. TV aerial point, dado rail, panelled radiator. Twin glazed doors opening to:

Modern Conservatory - 12'7 x 10'7 (3.84m x 3.23m) - Designed to take full advantage of the far reaching Westerly views it has UPVC double glazed windows to three sides with a pitched poly-carbonate roof and twin glazed doors opening to patio and a further glazed door leading towards the rear of the house. Feature exposed stone work to one wall, heather brown tiling.

Utility Room - 13'3 x 8'5 (4.04m x 2.57m) - Located off the dining room, it has been completely refitted with a new range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with with white finish to door and drawer fronts and contrasting dark stone effect working surfaces comprising inset white glazed sink with mixer tap, void and plumbing for washing machine, attractive tiled splashbacks, stone tiled flooring and panelled radiator. Panelled door leading through to:

Side Hall - With secondary staircase rising off, stable door to the front elevation, stone flooring and radiator.

Bathroom - New white suite comprising panelled bath with attachment, large walk-in shower with glazed screen and valve, wash basin and electric anti mist mirror with lighting, fully tiled walls and floor to a travertine style, double glazed window, and chrome towel radiator.

Cloakroom - New white suite comprising low level WC, fully tiled walls and floor, double glazed window, and radiator.

First Floor -

Lounge - 20'8 x 11'7 (6.30m x 3.53m) - Overall measurement with a vaulted ceiling, two double glazed windows to the front elevation and further window to the gable. TV aerial point and panelled radiator. Panelled door to:

Bedroom One - 12'8 x 11'7 (3.86m x 3.53m) - Partially vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins, double glazed window with Westerly views, outbuilt in double door wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving and further cupboard to side. Panelled radiator.

Bedroom Two - 10'11 x 10'2 (3.33m x 3.10m) - Partially vaulted ceiling with Velux roof light, fitted storage cabinets and double glazed window with Westerly view. Access off leading to:

Second Landing - Via the staircase adjoining the kitchen.

Bedroom Three - 12'8 x 9'5 (3.86m x 2.87m) - A light and airy room with a partially vaulted ceiling, two double glazed windows with pleasing rural views, wood grained effect laminated floor covering and panelled radiator. Walk in wardrobe.

En-Suite Bathroom - Shaped corner bath with electric shower over, part tiled walls, shelving to recess.

Bedroom Four - 9'10 x 8'3 (3.00m x 2.51m) - Double glazed window, outbuilt wardrobes comprising hanging rail and shelving and radiator. Sliding door opening to:

Cloakroom - New white suite comprising low level WC and washbasin, fully tiled walls and floor, extractor fan.

Outside - The property is approached over a tarmacadam driveway which extends up towards the left hand side of the house where there is a wide parking area for a number of cars. Thereafter there are steps and a pathway which leads across the front elevation of the house which opens up into a wide stone and timber decked patio which adjoins the French windows to the lounge. The decked area has been designed to take full advantage of the elevated aspect with far reaching views across the Valley, a tributary of the Dee and beyond towards the Berwyn Mountains. Adjoining is a large ornamental pond with a cascade to a lower pool together with a wide flagged patio adjoining the conservatory. Beyond there is a large formal lawned garden with established borders.

Outbuilding - A very useful timber framed and panelled garden store (formerly two stables) with electric light and power installed.

Garden - A further garden area beyond with mature hedging to either side.

Directions - From the Agent's Ruthin Office take the A494 Corwen Road proceeding for some 9 miles to Pwllglas and Gwyddelwern. Continue for approximately 1 mile and take the first left turning signposted Carrog. After approximately 100 yards, upon reaching the crossroads with the A5104 continue straight ahead. Follow the road past Corwen Swimming Baths and continue into the Village of Carrog and turn left directly in front of the Village Hall which is a sharp left turning, also leading past the Primary School. Follow this country lane up the hill and continue for approximately 0.75 mile whereupon Tan y Fron will be found on the right hand side.

Agent's Notes - Denbighshire County Council - G

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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