Pen-Y-Bont, Oswestry

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Woodhead Sales & Lettings, Oswestry

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WOODHEADS are pleased to bring to the sales market this FOUR BEDROOM, TWO RECEPTION detached Grade ll listed house which has a wealth of character and period features and has been improved by the current owners. The property has a number of outbuildings and gardens to the rear and side. An early viewing is highly recommend in order to appreciate the character, history, outbuildings and rural location.

Leave our office and proceed left down Leg Street joining Beatrice Street, turn first left into Castle Street. At the T junction go straight ahead onto Welsh Walls, following this until you come to another T junction and turn right. Follow this road into Trefonen and Treflach and continue through Nantmawr to the T junction. Turn right onto the B4396 and take the first right, signposted Llansilin and Llanrhaeadr. Continue along following the signs for Llansilin and continue for approximately a mile (Sat nav will turn you up to the right- DO NOT TAKE THIS ROAD) and the property will be found on the right hand side as seen by our For Sale board.

Location - The property is located on the outskirts of the village of Pen-Y-Bont which is surrounded by beautiful countryside. Local amenities can be found at Llansantffraid (3.4 miles) whilst further shopping and leisure facilities are available within the nearby centres of Oswestry, the County town of Shrewsbury and the historic city of Chester.

Description - Sycharth is a Grade ll listed stone built former farmhouse which has been improved by the current owners. The property has retained its original features and comprises two receptions rooms, kitchen, downstairs bathroom, utility room with a generous pantry off, on the first floor there are four bedrooms and a second bathroom. Outside there are a number of Grade ll listed outbuildings to include a two storey shippon which has a studio on the first floor, a non listed former chicken shed and across the road there is a Grade ll listed cart shed with studio on the first floor. The outbuildings are in need of some repair. The gardens are of a good size and are to the side and rear of the property.
Parts of the property date back to the late 17th century and it was part of the William Watkins Wyan Estate. The surrounding area also has significant historical interest with the neighbouring property being the remains of Owain Glyndwr summer residence.

Entrance - Wood and glazed front door to:

Entrance Hall - 3.10m x 1.04m (10'2" x 3'5") - Radiator, telephone point, quarry tiled floor, exposed beams, door to the sitting room and opening to the dining room.

Sitting Room - 4.88m x 4.57m (16' x 15') - Feature exposed stone to one wall with a fireplace with inset multi fuel stove, two windows to the front aspect, two cast iron radiators, quarry tiled floor and exposed beams.

Dining Room - 3.58m x 4.80m (11'09" x 15'09") - Measurement includes the original oak staircase to the first floor with a 17th century spice cupboard and cupboard under and large inglenook style fireplace with oil fired Aga range. Window to the side aspect, radiator, exposed beams and doors to the kitchen and inner hallway.

Kitchen - 3.12m x 2.79m (10'03" x 9'02") - A range of open cupboards and drawers with stainless steel twin drainer sink with mixer tap over and tiled splash backs, double glazed windows to the front and side aspects, radiator, appliance space, quarry tiled floor and stable door to the side aspect.

Inner Hallway - Quarry tiled floor, exposed beams and doors to the utility room and bathroom.

Bathroom - 3.00m x 2.13m (9'10" x 7') - Suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C., radiator, exposed beams, quarry tiled floor and double glazed widow to the side aspect.

Utility Room - 2.44m x 4.32m (8' x 14'02") - Oil fired central heating boiler and tank, plumbing and space for washing machine, quarry tiled floor, exposed beams and step down to:

Pantry - 3.58m x 1.88m (11'09" x 6'02") - Windows to the rear and side aspect, built in shelving and power and light.

First Floor - A half landing splits and gives access to bedroom two and then continues up to give access to the remaining bedrooms and bathroom with exposed beams and a double glazed window to the rear.

Master Bedroom - 4.67m x 4.88m (15'04" x 16') - Two radiators, exposed wooden floor boards, fieplace with open grate and two windows to the front aspect.

Bedroom Two - 3.81m x 4.98m (12'06" x 16'04") - Maximum measurement including the bulkhead. Built in cupboard, radiator, exposed wooden floor boards and beams and window to the side aspect.

Bedroom Three - 2.44m x 4.27m (8' x 14') - Radiator, exposed wooden floor boards and beams and window to the side aspect.

Bedroom Four - 3.30m x 2.44m (10'10" x 8') - Radiator, hatch to loft, exposed wooden floor boards and beam and window to the side aspect.

Bathroom - Suite comprising panelled bath with separate shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C., radiator/heated towel rail, part tiled walls and double glazed window to the side aspect.

Outside -

Front - Gate and path to the front door with attractive well stocked cottage gardens with a gravel path and wall to the front.

Side - The side garden is mainly laid to rough lawn with apple trees, flower and shrubs and hedging to the boundary. Gate and path to the kitchen door.

Rear - Accessed via a gate with an area laid to gravel that could be used for parking which in turn leads up a slope to the rear which is laid to rough lawn with hedge to boundary and views towrds countryside.

Outbuildings - There are a number of useful outbuilding but some are in a poor state of repair.

Two Storey Shippon - 15.44m x 4.65m (50'08" x 15'03") - Grade II listed stone and brick building with power and lighting and original stalls and paved floor, a ladder style staircase leads to the first floor STUDIO 7.62m x 4.75m (25' x 15'07") two double glazed Velux windows and windows to the front and side aspect.

Former Hen House - 7.39m x 3.71m (24'03" x 12'02") - Brick built with paved floor.

Two Storey Detached Outbuilding - 5.64m x 5.79m (18'06" x 19') - Grade II listed with external steps leading to the first floor-10.36m x 5.72m (34' x 18'09"). The floor is in need of repair. Lean to car port with sloping lean to at the rear. Three Pig styes to the rear and rough grass to the side leading to the river.

Fixtures And Fittings - Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned above to be agreed with the Seller.

Hours Of Business - Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm
Saturday 9.00am - 1.00pm
Sunday Closed.
A 24 hour answer phone service is available.

Local Authority/ Planning - Woodhead Oswestry Sales & Lettings Ltd have not checked rights of way, footpaths, covenants, easements, wayleaves, nor existing or proposed planning permissions concerning this property or the surrounding area.

Particulars - These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not constitute or form any part of any contract. All measurements, areas and distances are approximate and floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only. Woodhead Sales and Lettings has no authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to the property. If you are travelling some distance contact the office if you require any further information or clarification.

Services - We have been informed by the seller that the property benefits from spring water: septic tank: oil central heating. We have not tested any services, therefore no warranty can be given or implied as to their working order.

Tenure - It is believed that this property is Freehold but we are unable to verify this as we have no access to the documentation. If you proceed with the purchase of this property this will need to be verified by your solicitor/conveyance.

Viewings - By appointment through the selling agents. Woodhead Oswestry Sales & Lettings Ltd, 12 Leg Street, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY11 2NL. Tel: .


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Woodhead Sales & Lettings, Oswestry

12 Leg Street, Oswestry, SY11 2NL

Woodhead Sales & Lettings, Oswestry

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