3 bedroom detached house for saleLlanfihangel Glyn Myfyr, Corwen
- Grade II Listed Det House
- Set in 0.68 Acres
- With Patio, Pond & Lawns
- For Sale by Auction T & Cs apply
- Subject to an undisclosed Reserve Price
- Reservation Fee applicable
- Modern Method of Auction
Auction Ending on 22nd February 2017 at 16.00 pm.
**For sale by Modern Method of Auction; Starting Bid Price £280,000 plus Reservation Fee** A Grade II Listed three bedroom detached period house of character and charm standing within large informal grounds of about 0.68 acre located opposite the historic Grade II* Listed Church of St Michael in the valley of the River Alwyn a short distance from the hamlet, some 12 miles from Ruthin. It affords out built entrance porch, fitted kitchen with Stanley range, conservatory/dining room, day room with inglenook fireplace, spacious lounge, side lobby with cloakroom and utility room, first floor landing, three double bedrooms and modern luxury bathroom with shower. Oil central heating. Large timber framed and panelled garage with summerhouse and raised deck overlooking a naturally fed pond, wide sweeping lawns with patio. With fishing rights on the river Alwyn. This property is for sale by the North West Property Auction powered by iam-sold Ltd
Method Of Auction - This property is for sale by the Modern Method of Auction which is not to be confused with Traditional auction. The Modern Method of Auction is a flexible buyer friendly method of purchase. We do not require the purchaser to exchange contracts immediately, but grant 28 days to achieve exchange of contracts from the date the buyers solicitor is in receipt of the draft contracts and a further 28 days thereafter to complete. Allowing the additional time to exchange on the property means interested parties can proceed with traditional residential finance.
Method Of Auction - Upon close of a successful auction or if the vendor accepts an offer during the auction, the buyer will be required to put down a non-refundable Reservation Fee of 3.5% subject to a minimum of £5,000 plus VAT which secures the transaction and takes the property off the market. The buyer will be required to sign an Acknowledgement of Reservation form to confirm acceptance of terms prior to solicitors being instructed. Copies of the Reservation form and all terms and conditions can be found in the Legal Pack which can be downloaded for free from the auction section of our website or requested from our Auction Department. Website: www.iam-sold.co.uk
Location - Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr is a small hamlet standing in the valley of the River Alwyn some two miles from the A5 in Cerrigydrudion and 12 miles from the market town of Ruthin. The village is noted for its Grade II* Listed mediaeval Church and popular country Inn.
The Accommodation Comprises: - Panelled door opening to an out built and enclosed entrance porch.
Entrance Porch - With a heather brown tiled floor, cottage style window to side and vaulted ceiling. Stable door opening to:
Kitchen - 13'8" x 8'3" (4.17m x 2.51m) - Fitted with a range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with a light cream finish to drawer and door fronts to include a glazed display cabinet with glass shelving, solid beech working surfaces to include a large white glazed Belfast sink with mixer tap, green enamelled Stanley oil fired range providing cooking, domestic hot water and heating, beamed ceiling, brick effect ceramic tiled flooring, plate rack, integrated freezer and fridge, void and plumbing for washing machine and attractive tiled splash backs interspersed with decorative motifs. Archway to:
Conservatory/Dining Room - 15'0" x 8'6" (4.57m x 2.59m) - Designed to take advantage of the pleasing aspect over the gardens, having double glazed windows on a raised brick plinth with twin doors opening to the garden, a glazed roof, panelled floor and box panelled radiator.
Inner Lobby - With fitted book shelves and staircase rising up. Archway to:
Day Room - 11'9" x 14'8" (3.58m x 4.47m) - With impressive inglenook style fireplace, brick lined raised hearth with substantial beam over, freestanding cast-iron multi fuel stove, two fitted welsh oak cabinets window to the rear elevation with window seat and a pleasing aspect over the historic Church, further window to garden, understairs lobby with storage and two panelled radiators.
Lounge - 15'7" x 15'2" (4.75m x 4.62m) - A spacious room with twin glazed doors opening to the patio, four further windows, one of which has a pleasing aspect towards the Church, heavy beamed ceiling, feature stone chimney breast with deep recess, raised hearth and cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate, wall light points, tv point and two panelled radiators.
Cloakroom - Having wash basin, wc and radiator.
Utility Room - With plumbing for washing machine and shelving.
First Floor Landing - Two panelled radiators.
Bedroom One - 15'0" x 9'6" (4.57m x 2.90m) - Two windows, built-in wardrobes, out built airing cupboard with cylinder and shelving, and radiator.
Bedroom Two - 14'10" x 9'3" (4.52m x 2.82m) - Partially vaulted ceiling, window with seat and two low level radiators.
Bedroom Three - 11'0" (max) x 10'10" (3.35m ( max) x 3.30m) - Cottage style window with deep sill, vaulted ceiling and radiator.
Bathroom - 11'1" x 5'8" (3.38m x 1.73m) - Luxury white suite comprising roll top slipper bath with claw feet, large walk-in shower cubicle with glazed screen and high output monsoon style head, pedestal wash basin and wc. Vaulted ceiling with downlighters and two Velux roof lights, window to gable, part tiled walls, slate effect ceramic tiled flooring and a chromed towel radiator.
Outside - The property stands within grounds of about 0.68 acre. It is approached from the minor country lane via a splayed entrance with stone walling, which opens to a wide gravelled courtyard which extends to the adjoining garage and also to the left hand elevation of the house providing parking. The garden is mainly to the front elevation providing a large informal lawn with low level brick walling together with a block paved patio, oil storage tank.
Garage - A large timber panelled and framed garage/workshop to the rear of which is former stable/workshop has been converted to provide a summerhouse with a decked area beyond affording a pleasing aspect over the gardens and a large naturally fed pond.
Directions - From the Agent's Ruthin Office proceed across The Square and down Clwyd Street. On reaching the junction with Mwrog Street, bear left. Follow the road out of town, proceeding over the mini-roundabout past the Cross Keys Inn in Llanfwrog. Continue on the B5105 Cerrigydrudion road for some nine miles to the village of Llanfihangel. Continue past the Public House and over the bridge and turn immediately right onto a minor country lane signposted Pentre Llyn Cymer. Continue for approximately 250 yards, whereupon the property will be found on the left hand side opposite the historic Church.
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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