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5 bedroom house for sale

The Square, Corwen, Corwen

£250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Imposing Grade II Listed Property
  • Retail 55 sq m
  • 5 bed Accommodation
  • 3 Living Rooms
  • Kitchen & Kitchenette
  • Cellar
  • Covered Parking Area
  • Secluded Private Garden

Full description

An imposing Grade II Listed and very substantial retailing and residential property with covered parking and garden, standing in a prominent position in The Square to the centre of Corwen and adjoining the Churchyard of the historic Parish Church. This very attractive three storey building together with substantial cellars has been a prominent landmark in the heart of Corwen for many years. It provides a large double fronted retail shop (no longer trading) to both the ground and first floor together with a very spacious and adaptable five bedroom home arranged over three levels together with enclosed covered area to the rear providing parking for two cars and a secluded garden beyond.

INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

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Continued.../... - Double fronted retail shop with ground floor frontage of 6.83m (22'5") and overall depth of 12.19m (40'): approximate floor area of 83.6 Sq m ( 900 sq ft). First floor retail area of approximately 55 sq m (600 sq ft).

Adaptable residential accommodation with separate entrance, three living rooms, five bedrooms, kitchen/dining room, kitchenette and two bathrooms arranged over three levels. Gas central heating, Two full height cellars.

Location - Waterloo House is a well known and imposing Grade II Listed property which has retained much of its original character and is a highly significant element of the townscape. Dating from circa 1880
It has been trading as a general hardware store in the centre of Corwen for over 70 years.
Standing in a slightly elevated setting adjoining the Post Office it provides a very adaptable building with potential for a range retailing/commercial uses subject to usual consents being obtained. The property fronts onto the A5, a major road linking the Llangollen area and Upper Dee Valley with the heart of Snowdonia.

Corwen is some 10 miles from Llangollen, 12 miles from Ruthin and with good road links towards Chester and Wrexham.

The Accommodation Comprises: - Panelled door with glazed light over leading to:

Enclosed Porch - Decorative glazed inner door leading to:

Reception Hall - With a fine Minton style tiled floor, arch display niche with decorative scroll-work and a high moulded coved ceiling and panelled radiator.

Lounge - 14'10" x 13'0" inc bay (4.52m x 3.96m inc bay) - A light and airy room with high moulded ceiling with decorative central rose, a splendid splay bay window overlooking the town Square with leaded decorative upper lights, a fine marble fireplace with mantel (not in use), picture rail, wall light points and panelled radiator.

Dining Room - 12'0" x 12'0" (3.66m x 3.66m) - High ceiling, plate rail and panelled radiator.

Kitchenette - 9'5" x 5'1" (2.87m x 1.55m) - Fitted base unit with roll edge working surface, inset single drainer sink, glazed display cabinet with shelving, electric cooker point, space for upright fridge and void and plumbing for washing machine.

Inner Hall - With a fine pitch pine turned staircase rising off to the first floor, further door leading to the cellars and door leading to the rear parking area and garden. Wood panelling to dado height, a fine Minton style tiled floor in part and panelled radiator. Further door leading to:

Shop - Forming the main retailing part of Waterloo House with a 6.83m (22'5") frontage and overall depth of 12.19m (40'0") to include bay windows, with two wide and full height glazed display windows with leaded decorative upper lights to include a deep splayed entrance with twin doors in, raised display plinth to either side, high ceilings, a pine boarded floor with large hatch opening to the cellars and secondary staircase rising to the first floor. The shop includes a range of open shelving to include an original shop counter with a splendid solid hardwood top, and electric light and power. Steps leading up to:





Half Landing - With access to:

Store - 18'4" x 10'6" (5.59m x 3.20m) - Twin panelled doors opening out, wall shelving and further side entrance.

First Floor -

Half Landing - Located off the first staircase leading to:

Raised Decked Area - Which has a truly delightful aspect over the Churchyard and historic Parish Church together with a cedar summerhouse.

Main Landing - Enclosed staircase rising to the second floor. Concealed airing cupboard with a pre-lagged cylinder and immersion heater.

Inner Landing - Radiator.

Bedroom One - 15' inc bay x 17'1" overall (4.57m inc bay x 5.21m overall) - Splayed bay window to the front elevation with decorative leaded upper lights, out-built sliding door wardrobes together with locker storage cupboards over, picture rail and panelled radiator.

Bedroom Two - 13'2" x 11'8" (4.01m x 3.56m) - Fitted wardrobes comprising a combination of double door wardrobes and locker storage cupboards over, bed recess and panelled radiator.

Bathroom - 5'9" x 4'10" (1.75m x 1.47m) - Champagne coloured suite comprising panelled bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash basin and wc. Electric towel radiator.

First Floor Retail Area - 22'9" width x 20'8" (6.93m width x 6.30m) - (plus bays and side lobby)
Located directly over the main shop and also benefitting from two wide splay bay windows overlooking the front elevation, also with decorative leaded upper lights, providing a versatile room with fitted cabinets to one wall and a further enclosed staircase rising to the second floor.



Room Two - 14'7" x 14'1" (4.45m x 4.29m) - Located to the rear benefitting from two wide sash windows overlooking the Churchyard, a large walk-in storage cupboard and panelled radiator.

Second Floor - Approach via either staircase to:

Large Central Landing - With a fine turned balustrade.

Inner Landing -

Bedroom Three - 17'3" x 11'4" (5.26m x 3.45m) - Partially vaulted ceiling, window to the front elevation and radiator.

Living Room - 13'0" x 12'0" (3.96m x 3.66m) - Wide window with pleasing aspect of the Parish Church and graveyard, tiled fireplace and hearth (not in use) and panelled radiator.

Bedroom Four - 17'2" x 10'5" (5.23m x 3.18m) - Window to front elevation overlooking The Square, out-built wardrobes and radiator.

Bedroom Five - 16'9" (max) x 10'9" (max) (5.11m ( max) x 3.28m ( max)) - Window overlooking The Square, fitted cupboard and radiator.

Kitchen/Dining Room - 13'9" x 9'0" (4.19m x 2.74m) - Two windows affording an aspect over the Churchyard and Parish Church, double drainer stainless sink with under-cupboards, further fitted cupboard with Melamine working surfaces, space for slot-in electric cooker, plumbing for washing machine and radiator.

Bathroom - 14'0" x 8'9" (4.27m x 2.67m) - Panelled bath with grip handles and electric shower over, pedestal wash basin and wc. Out-built linen cupboards with shelving and hanging rails, and panelled radiator.

Cellar - 7.14m x 3.86m (23'5" x 12'8") and 3.53m x 3.10m (11'7" x 10'2")
The cellar is approached via a stone staircase off the main ground floor rear hall. It provides a very substantial cellar with high headroom and a solid stone slabbed floor providing two principal rooms, ideal for general storage. To one is a modern gas fired boiler providing domestic hot water and heating to the residential part of the property.

Outside - The property stands in a slightly elevated setting with steps leading up from the adopted highway to the front elevation to both the house and the stores. To the left hand side is a wide stone paved area providing access to this, the adjoining Church and the Hotel, over which there is a right of access. There are twin panelled gates leading to a long covered car port measuring approximately 8.84m x 2.90m (29' x 9'6") providing space for parking two cars in tandem, and beyond a further covered area also providing parking which is approximately 6.10m x 2.26m (20' x 7'5"). Timber panelled door leading to:

Garden - Located beyond is a delightful 'hidden' garden, which extends beyond the adjoining Post Office. A particular feature of the garden is the delightful mountain stream, which extends from the hills beyond Corwen, through a stone lined and edged open culvert. To either side are established borders together with a small lawned area and further timber panelled gates leading to the storeroom located off the main shop.

Directions - From the Agent's Ruthin Office take the A494 Corwen road proceeding for some nine miles through the village of Gwyddelwern and on reaching the 'T' junction with the A5104 Chester road turn right. On reaching the traffic lights with the A5 turn left and follow the road over the River Dee bridge into Corwen. Waterloo House will be found in The Square to the centre of Corwen on the right hand side adjoining the Post Office.

Viewing - By appointment through the Agent's Ruthin office 01824 703030.

FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.

HME/JF

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