- Video tour available
- Welsh stone cottage built in the 1800's
- Idyllic semi-rural village of Clocaenog
- Full of character
- Two reception rooms
- Kitchen diner
- Off-road parking under a car port, and low maintenance gardens to either side.
- Three bedrooms master with en suite
- Viewing recommended
- EPC rating E 51
Hardwood front door opens into the:
With double glazed windows to either side and tiled floor. Hardwood door leads to the:
Inner Reception Hall
With doors leading off to living room and dining room.
Exposed beams, open fireplace in a recessed stone-built chimney breast with tiled hearth, double radiator, uPVC double glazed cottage windows to the front and side.
With original exposed beams, wood-burning stove with feature fire surround, double radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the front. Stairs leading up to the first floor.
Granite worktops with oak-fronted drawer and base units below, with matching wall units over, glazed illuminated display units, oil-fired Rayburn set into a rustic brick feature surround with ornate tiled splashback. Deep Belfast sink with antique mixer tap, integrated dishwasher and fridge, tall-standing larder unit and two uPVC double glazed cottage windows to the front. Hardwood door leading to the side courtyard.
Space for tall standing fridge freezer, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, free standing fridge, granite worktop with base and wall units, stainless steel sink and tiled floor.
Low flush WC, washbasin, radiator and extractor fan.
Accessed via the dining room with hardwood door to the rear. Staircase continues up to the main landing.
Double radiator and airing cupboard.
Vaulted ceiling, window seats, double radiator, washbasin, uPVC double glazed cottage windows to the front and side.
Radiator, uPVC double glazed window to the front and built-in storage cupboard.
Exposed purlin, double radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the side. Door leading to the:
Claw-foot slipper bath with antique chrome mixer tap and detachable shower head, pedestal wash basin and WC. Attractive Pewter mirror-effect tiles and tiled dado, heated towel rail, oak flooring and double glazed Velux window.
Claw-foot slipper bath with chrome mixer tap and detachable shower head, corner shower enclosure with rain shower above, pedestal wash, basin, WC, extractor fan, tiling to half-height, oak floor and chrome heated towel rail. uPVC double glazed cottage window to the front.
To the front elevation is a small garden area with hedging. A five-bar gate opens onto the driveway giving off-street parking with Herringbone pattern paving, oil tank and slate steps leading to the back door. To one side is a garden laid to lawn with cottage beds providing year-round colour. There is a further garden to the other side which is laid with gravel for ease of maintenance.
From the Ruthin office turn left up Well Street on to the square, upon reaching the roundabout take the second exit and continue down Clwyd Street. At the junction, turn left and continue along Mwrog Street and up through Llanfwrog, passing the church on your right hand side. Continue along the B5105 for approximately 3 miles and take the right hand turning at the crossroads. Upon reaching the t-junction, turn left and then take the next right. Drive up this road passing the new primary school on your right, and the property will be ahead of you.
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Penyffordd Station13.9 miles
About the agent
Our story so far...
Before Williams Estates was created, Jason Williams worked for twelve years for two different estate agents managing offices, qualifying in agency and becoming a Past President of North Wales, South Cheshire and Merseyside branch of the National Association of Estate Agents. With a wealth of knowledge & a big vision in mind, Jason leaves his employment and sells his home in order to fund the set up of his own estate agency office.1999 - W
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