5 bedroom detached house for sale

Llanfihangel, Glyn Myfyr, Corwen, Conwy

Offers in Excess of £585,000

Property Description

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An absolutely stunning Grade II listed family home with historical literary ties surrounded by outstanding gardens. Situated in the village of Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr located in the valley of River Alwen and in a truly picturesque location some 11 miles from the medieval market town of Ruthin. Once described by Wordsworth as "a comfortable abode", The Old Rectory has been modernised in parts but maintains much of its original character. The original building is thought to date back to Tudor times with the original inglenook beam still in the kitchen. The property was extended to form The Rectory in the Georgian era. The accommodation briefly comprises of kitchen breakfast room with fitted bespoke pitch pine kitchen units and an Aga, pantry, back kitchen, utility, sitting room, drawing room, study, shower room, there are five double bedrooms with bespoke washstands and master with en-suite and a family bathroom. Outside there are a variety of exquisite gardens which have featured on S4C programs such as Clwb Garddio and more recently Garddio a Mwy, the current owners open the garden to the public as part of the National Garden Scheme. There are also summer houses, a detached studio/annex and green houses which have electrics and are thermostatically heated. The house would be perfect as a family home with the reception and garden space it offers and viewings are highly recommended

Stunning Grade II Listed Home
Outstanding Landscaped Gardens
Five Double Bedrooms
Three Reception Rooms
Great Location
Property and Gardens Featured on TV


Porch 14'1" x 6' (4.3m x 1.83m). Wooden front door, single glazed wood framed windows facing the front, radiator and tiled flooring.

Hall 12'8" x 20' (3.86m x 6.1m). Back door, spindle balustrade staircase to first floor with under stair storage and radiator.

Sitting Room 17'5" x 14'1" (5.3m x 4.3m). Double aspect single glazed original sash windows with wooden shutters facing the front and side with stunning views of the surrounding countryside, moulded coving, picture rail, marble fireplace with inset 30KW multi fuel burner with back boiler assisting the central heating and hot water systems, radiator and original exposed floor boards.

Drawing Room 17'5" x 14'1" (5.3m x 4.3m). Single glazed wood framed original sash window with wooden shutters facing the side with views of the countryside, open fire with original marble hearth and mantel and tiled surround, moulded coving, picture rail, shelving, radiator and original floorboards.

Kitchen Breakfast 17'9" x 20' (5.4m x 6.1m). A range of fitted bespoke base units made from reclaimed pitch pine with a 'star galaxy' granite worktop over and an inset Belfast style sink, original inglenook with beam over dating back 400-500 years with inset oiled fired Aga for cooking and hot water with tiled splash back and Agamatic for central heating, wooden stable style single glazed door opening onto the patio, single glazed wood framed window facing the front, beaming ceiling and radiator.

Pantry 5'6" x 8'10" (1.68m x 2.7m). Space for plumbed American style fridge freezer and storage units with antique wall mounted wine rack and tiled flooring.

Utility 5'6" x 11'3" (1.68m x 3.43m). A range of fitted base units with marble effect granite worktop over, one and a half bowl sink with space for electric oven, standard dishwasher, washing machine and dryer, single glazed wood window with granite window sill and tiled flooring.

Back Kitchen 11'8" x 8'9" (3.56m x 2.67m). Bespoke fitted pitch pine base units with marble effect granite worktop over and wall mounted wooden shelving, double glazed wood framed windows facing the rear and side overlooking the garden and tiled flooring.

Study 6'6" x 12'1" (1.98m x 3.68m). Single glazed wood framed window facing the rear and radiator.

Shower Room 5'6" x 8'8" (1.68m x 2.64m). Low level WC, jet powered corner steam/sauna shower with music system, vanity unit with inset porcelain sink, single glazed wood window facing the front with slate sill, radiator and tiled flooring.

Landing 27'7" x 14'2" (8.4m x 4.32m). Wooden framed sash window and wooden framed window, radiator, storage cupboard and steps to different levels.

Master Bedroom 17'7" x 14'3" (5.36m x 4.34m). Single glazed sash window facing the side with outstanding views of the countryside, access to attic, chimney breast and radiator.

En-suite 5'10" x 6'1" (1.78m x 1.85m). Fitted three piece suite with low level WC, single electric shower enclosure, bespoke wash stand with inset wash hand basin and tiled walls.

Bedroom Two 17'7" x 14'1" (5.36m x 4.3m). Original single glazed, double aspect, wood framed sash windows facing the front and side with out standing views of the hills and to the front over the garden and down the valley, bespoke washstand with inset sink, access to attic, original feature fire place and a built-in wardrobe.

Bedroom Three 19'2" x 8'10" (5.84m x 2.7m). Single glazed wood framed windows facing the rear and side and radiator.

Bedroom Four 9'6" x 14'8" (2.9m x 4.47m). Single glazed wood framed window to the front, a built-in wardrobe and radiator.

Bedroom Five 8'6" x 18'3" (2.6m x 5.56m). Single glazed wood framed window facing the front, access to attic space and radiator.

Bathroom 11'4" x 9'9" (3.45m x 2.97m). A fitted five piece suit with low level WC, sunken jacuzzi bath, double shower enclosure with pump assisted power shower, inset twin porcelain sinks, bidet, single glazed window facing the front, access to attic, and built-in airing cupboard and hot water tank.

Externally    x . The property is approached via cast iron gateway through the woodland section of the garden which has a range of trees including fruit trees and woodland flowers such as a variety of snowdrops, this leads to the main parking where there is parking for a number of vehicles. The main garden area is laid to lawn with trees, island beds and a wooden summer house. Enclosed by some trees there is a pond area and two green houses which have an electric supply, one of which is 20'x10' and has a thermostatic controlled professional heater. On the driveway there is an annex/studio (15'11''x6'11) which has been partially renovated with bi-folding oak framed doors and Velux windows on the second floor and original features such as an inglenook with stone lintel and bread ovens. To the front of the house there is a paved patio area with an attractive bespoke wooden gate leading to the side of the property for the log and coal store, oil tank and a wooden shed.

Externally Continued   x . To the rear of the property there is a stream that runs through the walled garden. There is a further summer house (7'2''x8'4'') with an electric supply opening onto a patio area leading to the back door and hot tub. Through the laburnum, wisteria and rose arched pergola there is a vegetable patch and an oriental garden with a variety of exotic plants. To the bottom of the garden there is an Arbour seating area overlooking the extensive stunning rose garden.


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17 November 2016

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01824 567000 Local call rate

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