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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Llansilin, SY10

£370,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Village Property/Family Home
  • Character And Charm
  • 1822 Construction
  • Central Heating
  • Original Features
  • Spacious Home

Full description

MUST BE VIEWED. A handsome stone built detached Regency family home with each room benefiting from an abundance of character, charm and retaining many of the original 1822 features; large sash windows, light and bright rooms, exposed timbers, fireplaces, grates and bread ovens. This unique central village property is set in the heart of the popular Welsh border village of Llansilin with views of open countryside beyond the church.

Location - Just 7 miles from the market town of Oswestry and 2 miles from the border, Llansilin falls within the Welsh county of Powys.
The nearby Tanat Valley is an area of outstanding natural beauty, enjoying what is undoubtedly some of the most unspoilt scenery in the county. There are some truly breathtaking views to be found here.

Llansilin has a thriving community life and enjoys the usual facilities which go to serve the villagers day to day needs. These include part time Village Shop, Garage, Part time Post Office, Popular School and the Wynnstay Inn. Secondary schooling is available at the renowned Llanfyllin Secondary School. The major centres of employment and commerce are within daily travelling distance.

It is equidistant from Chester and Shrewsbury and centrally situated for airports at Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool.

Directions - From Oswestry, proceed up Willow Street passing the Fire Station to the right hand side. Proceed over the 'Racecourse' and through the hamlet of Rhydycroesau. Upon entering the village of Llansilin, proceed through the village where the property will be viewed to the left hand side opposite the church marked by our for sale board.

The Accommodation -

Reception Hall - With cloaks hanging space, light point, quarry tiled floor, borrowed light from Library. Door through to:-

Library - 3.89m x 4.19m (12'9" x 13'9") - A dual aspect room with original Georgian sash window to the front elevation with secondary glazing with views to the church and hills beyond, double glazed window to the side elevation, feature open fireplace with hood set in a natural stone chimney breast with slate flagged hearth, two radiators, light and power points, wall light points, TV point, exposed beams to ceiling, original cupboards providing a good amount of storage and shelving space.

Dining Room - 2.61m x 3.30m (8'7" x 10'10") - With double glazed window looking into conservatory, light and power points, wall light, bread oven, double glazed door through to conservatory and kitchen, double panelled radiator, exposed timbers to ceiling, original bake oven with door.

Cloakroom - Incorporating a small inner hallway, with quarry tiled floor, two double glazed windows to the side elevation with deep tiled sill, low flush WC, inset wash hand basin with cupboard under, radiator, exposed timbers to ceiling, part tiled walls, double panelled radiator.

Conservatory - 2.27m x 3.69m (7'5" x 12'1") - Of UPVC double glazed construction with French door leading out to the mature cottage style gardens, tiled floor, light and power points.

Kitchen - 4.52m x 2.62m (14'10" x 8'7") - Fitted in antique pine comprising a range of base units and glazed wall cabinets providing storage and drawer space with worktops over and tiled splashbacks, inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over and drainer to side, ceramic topped cooker, space for fridge freezer and washing machine, radiator, floor mounted oil fired boiler serving domestic hot water and central heating needs, space for breakfast table, two cottage style double glazed windows to rear elevation with deep tiled sills, extractor fan, tiled floor, exposed timbers to ceiling, power and light points, wall light points, double panelled radiator.

Garden Room/Conservatory - 4.59m x 1.71m (15'1" x 5'7") - Of UPVC double glazed construction on a brick base with double doors leading out to the rear gardens, tiled floor, light and power points.

Living Room - 3.85m x 4.20m (12'8" x 13'9") - With two Georgian sash windows to the front elevation with views to the church and the hills beyond with secondary glazing, feature original 1822 'Coalbrookdale' grate (fully working) with oak beam over, set within a natural stone chimney breast with original storage cupboard to the side, understairs storage cupboard, light and power points, wall lights, two radiators, stairs to first floor.

Study - 2.50m x 3.97m (8'2" x 13'0") - With two UPVC double glazed windows to the rear elevation overlooking mature cottage style gardens, exposed painted natural stone wall, radiator, light and power points, original bread oven, exposed beams to ceiling.

First Floor Passage - With recessed storage cupboard providing storage, recessed airing cupboard housing hot water tank, immersion heater and providing linen shelving, light and power points, two entrances to attic areas with slingsby ladders.

Master Bedroom - 6.13m x 4.10m (20'1" x 13'5") - Currently used as a studio but offers potential to be used as an excellent master suite.
With two Georgian windows to the front elevation with secondary glazing and enjoying views of the church, open countryside and hills in the distance, power and light points, Regency cast iron fireplace, cupboard storage space, exposed original stripped floor, radiator, UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation overlooking mature cottage style gardens and enjoying countryside views in the distance, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over and cupboards under, exposed timbers.

Bedroom Two - 3.90m x 4.65m (12'10" x 15'3") - A dual aspect with Georgian windows to the front elevation with secondary glazing and enjoying views of the church, open countryside and hills in the distance and double glazed window to side elevation, power and light points, wall light, original stripped boarded floor, exposed timbers to ceiling, two double panelled radiators, original cast iron fireplace, door through to:

En-Suite Bathroom - 2.96m x 1.63m (9'9" x 5'4") - Providing a three piece suite with low flush WC, inset bath with tiled surround and pedestal wash hand basin, double panelled radiator, light point, double glazed window to rear elevation overlooking mature cottage style gardens with views of open countryside in the distance, shaver point.

Bedroom Three - 3.98m x 3.92m (13'1" x 12'10") - With two Georgian windows to the front elevation with secondary glazing and enjoying views of the church, open countryside and hills in the distance, power and light points, wall light, radiator, original exposed floor, exposed timbers to ceiling, deep double wardrobe providing a good amount of hanging and storage space, Regency cast iron fireplace, fitted headboard.

Bathroom - 1.72m x 4.53m (5'8" x 14'10") - Comprising a four piece suite with low flush WC, bidet, inset panelled bath with tiled surround, fully tiled shower unit housing an Triton 4 Ivory 3 electric shower with glazed screen, linen cupboard providing a good amount of cupboard storage, double glazed window to rear elevation overlooking rear garden and enjoying open countryside views in the distance, double panelled radiator, light point, shaver point.

Bedroom Four - 2.91m x 1.72m (9'7" x 5'8") - With double glazed window to rear elevation overlooking mature cottage style garden and enjoying open countryside views in the distance, radiator, original stripped boarded floor, borrowed light from landing, exposed timbers, wall light, recessed wardrobe with louvre doors providing a good amount of hanging and storage space.

Attic Room One - 4.52m x 4.30m (14'10" x 14'1") - Ideally suited for a home office / studio, providing a good amount of eaves storage, power and light points, Velux window to rear elevation, exposed timbers.

Attic Room Two - 4.72m x 4.35m (15'6" x 14'3") - With Velux roof window, providing eaves storage, door through to attic room three.

Attic Room Three - 4.00m x 5.30m (13'1" x 17'5") - With Velux roof window, power and light points.

Mature Cottage Gardens - From the road level, a gate provides access to the brick paved parking area providing parking for two cars and providing access to the side gardens. Oil tank and bunkers.

The side garden provides access to the garden shed. A path leads to the workshop and rear gardens. This area provides potential for a vegetable plot.

The rear gardens are laid to lawn for ease of maintenance with a good amount of productive fruit trees including apple, pear, damson, and plum. The gardens are enclosed by mature borders that have been planted with a variety of herbaceous species with fencing to the boundary and enjoying open countryside views. There is a feature pond with waterfall rockery and bog garden, water filter and pump, with path surrounding leading to a paved patio area which extends the full length of the property.

Workshop - 2.44m x 3.05m (8'0" x 10'0") - With window to side elevation, providing a good amount of storage space. Two water butts.

'Ty Bach' (Little House) - 2.80m x 2.66m (9'2" x 8'9") - Stone construction under a slate roof with window providing further storage space.

Pig Sty - Of brick construction providing solid fuel storage.

Potting Shed - Of brick construction with shelves.

Local Council - Powys County Council, Severn Road, Welshpool, Powys. TEL: (01938) 552828.

Viewing - By appointment through the selling agents. Halls, Oswestry Office, TEL (01691) 670320.

Inspected By - This property was personally inspected by:-
Steven Murgatroyd B.Ed
Hayley Jackson BSc(hons) M.N.A.E.A

Halls Holdings Ltd and any joint agents for themselves, and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or any agent of or consultant to Halls Holdings has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs are taken with a wide angled / zoom lenses) and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. Halls Holdings Ltd, Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 3DR. Registered in England 06597073.


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