5 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

The Square, Corwen, Denbighshire, LL21

£250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Imposing Building
  • Car port and parking
  • Enclosed garden
  • Views of the Countryside
  • Residential and commercial property
  • Two large double fronted retail units
  • Five bedrooms
  • Full height cellars

Full description

An imposing building which is Grade ll listed benefitting from original character features and substantial accommodation of three stories along with cellars, retail unit, parking and garden to the rear.
The current owners who have lived there as a family over many years are currently using the accommodation split as a two bedroom house, three bedroom flat, and retail unit. In brief the accommodation comprises of five double bedrooms, three reception rooms, Kitchen / dining room, additional kitchen, two bathrooms, two substantial retail shops and a store. To the rear there is a covered area for parking, and an enclosed private garden with the mountain stream running through, a particular feature. Off the first floor there is a raised decked area, perfect area for sitting to take advantage of the views towards the Mountains beyond and the historic Parish Church.

Waterloo House is located with prime trading position on the town square. Corwen is located 10 miles from Llangollen and 13 miles from the market town of Ruthin. Set on the banks of the River Dee and beneath the Berwyn Mountains this town is becoming more popular with tourists with the steam train coming in from Llangollen, near by to Bala which is set within the Snowdonia National park and good commuting routes to Wrexham and Chester. Whether you want outdoor pursuits or the beautiful scenery of the rolling countryside, here you have both.


Entrance Hall 
4'11" x 19'5" (1.5m x 5.92m)
Radiator, tiled flooring, ceiling light.

Living Room One 
13' x 14'10" (3.96m x 4.52m)
Bay window facing the front looking towards the town square with decorative design above, high ceilings making it a light and airy room, marble fireplace with mantel around, picture rail, panelled radiator and wall lights.

Dining Room 
12' x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m)
Sash window facing the rear. Radiator, part panelled walls, ceiling light.

Kitchen One 
5'1" x 9'5" (1.55m x 2.87m)
Window facing the rear. Roll top work surfaces with base units below, single sink and with mixer tap and drainer, electric cooker point, void and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge/freezer and display cabinet with shelving.

Inner hall 
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Continuation of tiled flooring, turned staircase rising to first floor, door leading to the cellars with steps down, external door leading to car port and parking area, panelled radiator.

Retail shop 
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The main retail shop of Waterloo house, which has been trading as a hardware store for many years. Twin doors open off the high street, two large and full height display windows with upper lights and two bay windows to the front. This spacious room remains full of original features with its high ceilings, wood flooring, hatch door opening down to the cellars, display plinth to either side, additional staircase rising to the first floor. The shop itself also includes a variety of shelving, original shop counter with a hard wood top, lighting and power.

Store Room 
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Double doors opening out on the the rear with side access and shelving.

First floor 
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Decked area 
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This decked area has a perfect aspect to enjoy to views towards the hills beyond and the Parish church, together with a wood panelled summer house.

Landing 
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With staircase rising to the second floor, panelled radiator and airing cupboard housing the water cylinder and immersion heater.

Bathroom One 
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Three piece suite with panelled bath and electric shower over, low level WC, pedestal hand basin, electric towel radiator and window to the side.

Bedroom One 
17' x 15' (5.18m x 4.57m)
Bay window facing the front overlooking the town Square with decorative glass above, spacious double room with out built wardrobes, panelled radiator and ceiling light.

Bedroom Two 
13' x 11'6" (3.96m x 3.51m)
Sash window facing the rear. Ample storage with a variety of fitted wardrobes, with recess for the bed, cupboards over, panelled radiator, ceiling light.

First floor retail room 
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Light and airy room positioned above the main shop with two Bay window facing the front, previously used as the show room, fitted cabinets, wood flooring, ceiling light. Staircase riding to second floor.

Reception Room 
14'5" x 8'11" (4.39m x 2.71m)
Two Sash window overlooking the Churchyard. A large built-in storage cupboard, ceiling light, panelled radiator. Currently used as an additional living area.

Kitchen/ Diner 
9' x 13'7" (2.74m x 4.14m)
Part vaulted ceiling, two windows to rear elevation, Roll top work surfaces, built-in units, single sink and with mixer tap and double drainer, space for electric oven, void for fridge/freezer, plumbing for washing machine. Panelled radiator, ceiling light.

Living Room Two 
13' x 12' (3.96m x 3.66m)
Large window overlooking the Parish Church, tiled fireplace currently not in use, panelled radiator, TV point and ceiling light.

Bathroom Two 
8'8" x 14'2" (2.64m x 4.33m)
Sash window facing the rear and part vaulted ceiling. Built-in storage cupboards with shelving and hanging rails, Low level WC, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower over, pedestal sink, panelled radiator.

Bedroom Three 
16' x 10'8" (4.88m x 3.25m)
Part vaulted ceiling, window to front elevation and panelled radiator.

Bedroom Four 
10'6" x 17' (3.2m x 5.18m)
Sash window facing the front. Radiator, sliding door wardrobe, ceiling light.

Bedroom Five 
16'8" x 10'8" (5.08m x 3.25m)
Sash window facing the front. Radiator, built-in storage cupboard, ceiling light.

External 
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Situated in the town Square there in a slightly elevated position there are steps leading up to both the shop and house with separate access. To the left of the building there is a paved area providing access to the double gated car port offering parking. There is a right of access over this, beyond is another covered area for parking.

Garden 
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Another advantage to this property is the enclosed garden to the rear. There is a small lawn area, paved sitting area to enjoy the sound of the mountain stream running through the garden from the hills beyond, either side are established borders and gates leading to the store room.

Cellars 
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Stairs leading down from the main entrance hall on the ground floor take you to the large and open cellar rooms. There are two rooms both with substantial space and high headroom, stone slabbed flooring, also housing the gas fired boiler providing hot water and heating to the residential part of the property. This room is ideal for general storage.

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Added on Rightmove:
21 October 2017

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Nearest station

  • Chirk (13.2 mi)
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01824 567000 Local call rate

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