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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Cynwyd, Corwen

Sold STC £499,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Det House& Barn Conversion
  • Idyllic Setting - Splendid Views
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen / Breakfast Room
  • 4 Beds, Shower Rm & Bath
  • Gardens & Woodland
  • Paddock & River Frontage
  • Grounds - About 5.83 Acres

Full description

A greatly extended and beautifully appointed four bedroom detached house combining a wealth of original features with a stunning barn conversion, set within large informal gardens, an area of open deciduous woodland and two paddocks extending down and including frontage to the River Dee - the whole extending to an area of about 5.83 acres. Located in an idyllic country lane setting with stunning views across the valley to the Berwyn Mountains. Situated on a minor country lane in the heart of the Upper Dee Valley, about 1.5 miles from Cynwyd, with breath-taking views this very substantial family home affords a large galleried reception hall with full height window and bespoke hardwood turned staircase, 24ft x 15ft lounge, day lounge with original inglenook, dining room and cloakroom, modern fitted kitchen / breakfast room; first floor long landing with original oak framing in part, master bedroom with high vaulted ceiling and fitted wardrobes, three further bedrooms, luxury shower room and family bathroom. CONTINUED OVER ..

Continued ... / Oil central heating. Long sweeping private driveway with extensive informal lawns adjoining. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Pen Y Geulan stands in a very secluded rural setting approached over a minor country lane which winds through the Upper Dee Valley between Cynwyd and Llanderfel. Whilst secluded it is within easy reach of the A5 at Corwen, approximately 3 miles distant, with easy access towards Chester, Wrexham and beyond. The house and barn were renovated and refurbished some 8 years ago to an exacting standard which combined a wealth of original features with modern amenity and particularly to the electrical specification with very contemporary light switches, low energy lighting and an integrated Internet and sound system where most rooms are interconnected via CAT5 cabling and speakers.

Location - The nearby village provides general stores and post office, whilst the nearby market towns of Bala, Corwen and Ruthin provide a more extensive range of facilities together with primary and secondary schools. The village is within easy reach of the A5(T) road enabling ease of access towards Llangollen , Wrexham and Chester.

The Accommodation - A full height, hard framed and double glazed contemporary screen wall with entrance door leading to:

Entrance Hall - 14'10" x 10'4" (4.52m x 3.15m) - A stunning high galleried hall with a pitched ceiling with downlighters and two Velux roof lights, bespoke polished hardwood turned staircase rising to the first floor galleried landing with barley twist style spindles, solid oak steps and incorporating an open book shelf to one side and cloaks cupboard with shelf, integrated seat to one side. Double glazed sliding patio window opening to the rear garden with a tiled seating area with downlighters. Two panel radiators. Twin bevel glass glazed doors to:

Sitting Room - 4'9 x 15'1" (1.45m x 4.60m) - A very spacious room with four double glazed windows, from which there are views to the gable in a mainly westerly direction over the land towards the Berwyn Mountains. TV and hi-fi points, wall light points, Boen hardwood floor (ash), ceiling downlighters and radiators.

Day Lounge - 16'9" max x 15'10" (5.11m max x 4.83m) - Forming part of the original period cottage, it has an impressive inglenook fireplace with a very substantial supporting beam, display niche - possibly the former bread oven, a riven slate effect tiled floor and a free standing multi-fuel fire grate. Two windows to the rear elevation both with windows seats, exposed timber to one wall, wall light points, Boen hardwood floor (ash) and radiator.

Breakfast Room - 9'4" x 8'10" (2.84m x 2.69m) - Double glazed window with deep sill, matching floor and radiator.

Cloakroom - White suite comprising pedestal wash basin and WC, part tiled walls with a decorative dado, double glazed window and tiled floor.

Computer Room - The central hub for the hi-fi and Internet connections, which have been installed throughout the property. Matching floor and radiator.

Kitchen - 16'6" x 11'9" (5.03m x 3.58m) - A farmhouse style kitchen / breakfast room, fitted with a traditional range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with wood grained effect finish to door and drawer fronts, with contrasting solid hardwood working surfaces. It incorporates an inset one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap and pan scrubber. Glazed display cabinet and open wine rack. Rangemaster stainless steel fronted range cooker with stainless steel upstand, extractor hood and light over. Integrated fridge and freezer. Pull out larder unit, dishwasher and AEG Lavamat washer / dryer. Attractive tiled splashbacks, two double glazed windows, ceiling downlighters, traditional cast iron range and terracotta style ceramic tiled flooring. Panel radiator and stable door to front.

First Floor -

Galleried Landing - Pleasing views to the front garden, two further Velux windows, downlighters, wood grained effect laminate flooring and radiator.

Bedroom One - 15'2" x 15'0" (4.62m x 4.57m) - High vaulted ceiling with an original 'A' frame truss to one wall, to the centre of which is a Georgian style double glazed window opening to a 'Juliette' balcony from which there are outstanding views over land towards the River Dee and beyond the Berwyn Mountains. Four Velux roof lights, fitted wardrobes comprising two double and two single door wardrobes providing a combination of shelving and hanging rails, matching wood grained effect laminate flooring, integrated speakers, telephone point, TV aerial point and radiator.

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Adjoining Shower Room - Quality white suite comprising large cubicle with high output valve, pedestal wash basin and WC. Mainly tiled walls with downlighters, speaker system, extractor fan, Velux roof light, ceramic tiled floor and chromed towel radiator.

Inner Landing - The inner landing extends into the original cottage with a partially vaulted ceiling with exposed purlin and original wall beams to one internal wall. Double glazed window with sill, matching floor, radiator.

Bedroom Two - 16'10" x 12'1" (5.13m x 3.68m) - Partially vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins, speaker system, ornate cast iron fireplace with slate hearth, pine boarded floor, Velux roof light, window and radiator.

Bedroom Three - 12'9" x 8'0" (3.89m x 2.44m) - Partially vaulted ceiling with exposed purlin, Velux roof light, Boen hardwood floor (oak) and radiator.

Bedroom Four - 10'4" x 10'0" (3.15m x 3.05m) - Partially vaulted ceiling with exposed purlin, Velux roof light, Boen hardwood floor (oak) and radiator.

Bathroom - 10'4" x 5'9" (3.15m x 1.75m) - Luxury white suite comprising panel bath with bi-fold screen and shower valve over, pedestal wash basin, bidet and WC. Stone effect ceramic tiled flooring, mainly tiled walls with ceiling downlighters, speaker, extractor fan and radiator.

Outside - The property stands within grounds and land which extend to about 5.83 Acre in total. It is approached via a long sweeping driveway which extends down to the front elevation of the house and to the left hand gable providing ample space for parking a number of vehicles.

Gardens - The gardens provide wide sweeping lawns, with a large pond together with mainly south westerly facing patios and in part attractive dry stone walls. To the lower garden is a former farm building / pig sty which is in need of modernisation.

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Pond -

Land - The land is divided into 2 enclosures both laid down to pasture and extending down to and fronting The River Dee. To one side of the drive and land is an enclosed area of open woodland with many mature deciduous trees and woodland flowers.

River Dee -

Agent's Note - Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band H

Directions - From the Agent's Ruthin Office take the A494 Corwen Road proceeding for some 9 miles through the village of Gwyddelwern and on reaching the 'T' junction with the A5104 Chester Road bear right. Continue to the traffic lights with the A5 and turn left in the direction of Corwen and immediately upon crossing the River Dee bridge turn right onto the B4401 Old Bala Road. Continue to the village of Cynwyd and on reaching its centre turn right to the front of the Post Office and general stores and follow the road down the hill, on crossing the River Dee bridge turn immediately left onto a minor country lane. Continue for approximately 1.5 miles and the entrance to the property will be found on the left 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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