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7 bedroom detached house for sale

Coed Llan Lane, Llanfyllin, Powys, SY22 5BP

Guide Price £445,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Reception Rooms, Study, Garden Room
  • 7 Bedrooms & attic rooms
  • Studio with Shower Room & WC
  • Gardens & Stores
  • Grade II listed
  • EPC Exempt

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Location

Llanfyllin is a small town in Powys sitting in the Cain Valley by the Berwyn Mountains in Mid Wales. Situated on the main route known for its holy well dedicated to Saint Myllin, the town has a rich history dating back to the at least the seventh century when the parish church was founded. Today the town offers a variety of amenities including shops, pubs, medical centre and local store including the bilingual Llanfyllin High School and Llanfyllin Primary School.

A wider selection of amenities can be found in Welshpool, Oswestry and Shrewsbury. There are many other well renowned schools in the area, both in the state and private sector including Welshpool High School, Oswestry School, Bellan House Preparatory, The Marches School, Shrewsbury High School and Shrewsbury School. Both Welshpool and Shrewsbury have train stations with links to London and West Wales.

Description

Originally known as Plas Uchaf (Upper Hall), The Hall sits in an elevated position overlooking Vine Square. Believed to be one of the oldest buildings in the village The Hall in its current form dates back to the 16th century when in 1599 the Price family (wealthy local landowners) remodelled the house. In 1645 King Charles I stayed overnight at the property on his way to Chirk Castle and Chester. The Hall as it stands today was extended and the facade altered by Maurice Bibby the then owner and Town Clerk in the 19th century.   The current owners are only the eighth family to own The Hall in its 400 year history.

Set over three floors the accommodation, at The Hall is spacious and retains a wealth of character. The front facade is dominated by the ornate mullioned windows with metal casements. The front doorway is covered by a Gothic carved wooden porch which leads into a panelled entrance hallway. The three main reception rooms feature fire places, most noticeably in the Drawing Room where the surround is ornately carved. Both the Drawing Room and Library are 19th century in style with ornate coving and working shutters to the windows. The Dining Room sits at the heart of the house and gives access to the Kitchen, large Boot Room and Utility Room.

On the first floor there are three double Bedrooms and Bathroom with the Master Bedroom benefitting from a Dressing Room fitted with a range of bespoke cupboards and wardrobes. One of the other bedrooms on this floor also has access into a Study. There are a further four Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom featuring a traditional slipper roll top bath on the second floor.

Located to the rear of The Hall is the Studio. Originally a tithe barn it was moved piece by piece, repaired and reconstructed. It now offers a large space for storage or a useful workshop.

The gardens of The Hall are a particularly attractive feature. To the front the gardens are laid to lawn with three flowering cherry trees enclosed by privet hedging and wrought iron fencing. To the rear of the property the gardens enjoy attractive views towards the church and beyond to the Berwyn mountains. Predominantly laid to lawn with a terrace immediately to the rear of the house framed by three apple trees, the borders are well stocked. Towards eastern side of the garden are two large kitchen garden beds surrounded by box hedging with soft fruits, rhubarb, tulips and strawberries, as well as a wisteria frame.

Immediately to the rear of the house is a small courtyard with brick build wood store, store room and gardenerís Shower room/WC. A further Lean-to and Open Wood Store are located beyond the Studio. The driveway providing parking for several cars is located to the side of the property off Coed Llan Lane.

Directions

Take the A490 through Llanfyllin and turn into Market Street, follow the road to the right into Vine Square. The Hall is located immediately in front of you on the corner of Vine Square and Coed Llan Lane.


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08 May 2014

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