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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Betws Gwerfil Goch, LL21


Property Description

Key features

  • Detached period farmhouse
  • Three bedroom
  • Additional stone outbuildings
  • Original Inglenook
  • Solid fuel heating
  • Rural Location

Full description

A restored and refurbished three bedroom detached period farmhouse together with a much older former cottage and farm building, detached double garage, workshop and loft over, two further ancillary buildings and modern greenhouse - the whole set within extensive informal gardens of about 0.75 acre. Benefiting from solid fuel heating the accommodation affords: Lounge with impressive original Inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, kitchen / dining room with Tirolia multi fuel stove, rear hall / utility area and bedroom three. First floor split level landing, large bedroom one, second bedroom and modern bathroom. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Location - Located in a very secluded rural environment at the head of a no through country lane, in the heart of rolling countryside, about 1 mile from the hamlet of Melin y Wig and 4 miles from the A5 at Maerdy. The house has benefited from a sympathetic programme of modernisation and refurbishment undertaken by the owners over many years, combining a wealth of original features with beamed ceilings and Inglenook fireplace. The owners have installed bespoke windows with pitch pine window sills and hardwood wood block flooring and boarded floors to the majority. The property - whilst enjoying a very secluded rural setting is within easy reach of the nearby market towns of Ruthin and Corwen and the A5 provides access into Snowdonia and towards Chester and Wrexham.

The Accommodation Comprises - Out built porch with pine panelled door leading to:

Lounge - 13'9 x 13'10 (4.19m x 4.22m) - An attractive room with an impressive stone Inglenook style chimney breast with raised hearth and large cast iron multi-fuel fire grate, fitted shelving to display niches to either side, three bespoke windows - one with an interesting Belfast glazed sink designed as a recessed flower feature, the other two both have solid pitch pine sills, heavy beamed ceiling, further display niche with shelving, herringbone wood block floor, TV aerial point and panelled radiator.

Kitchen / Dining Room - 13'10 x 9'10 (4.22m x 3.00m) - Heavy beamed ceiling, feature exposed stonework in part with a raised hearth and Tirolia multi-fuel range with hotplate, oven and boiler providing domestic hot water and heating. A range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with solid oak panelled door and drawer fronts and a contrasting solid granite working surfaces to include an inset single drainer sink with mixer tap, space for fridge, corner shelving, LPG and electric cooker point, two bespoke oak windows - both with deep sill, herringbone wood block floor.

Side Hall - 12'7 x 6' (3.84m x 1.83m) - Solid pine staircase rising off with beamed ceiling, glazed and panelled door leading to the rear elevation, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, decorative ceramic tile flooring. Panelled radiator.

Bedroom Three - 12'8 x 7'10 (3.86m x 2.39m) - Three oak windows with deep sills, heavy beamed ceiling, pitch pine wood block floor and panelled radiator.

First Floor -

Split Level Landing - Three matching windows with pitch pine sills. Pitch pine floor boarding in part, partially vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins and panelled radiator.

Bedroom One - 15'9 x 14'7 (4.80m x 4.45m) - A spacious room with a wide oak boarded floor, two cottage windows with deep pine sills, partially vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins and panelled radiator.

Bedroom Two - 9'10 x 9' (3.00m x 2.74m) - Vaulted ceiling with exposed purlin and a very useful storage area above the stairwell and a deep recess also to one side. Cottage style bespoke window with sill, pitch pine floor boarding and panelled radiator.

Bathroom - 10'2 x 8'7 (3.10m x 2.62m) - Modern suite comprising panelled bath with handles and combination shower and tap unit, pedestal wash basin with tiled splash back and low level WC. Partially vaulted ceiling with exposed purlin, fitted airing cupboard with a pre-lagged cylinder and further Louvre door cupboards to either side. Panelled radiator.

Outside - The property stands within grounds of about 0.75 acre. It is approached from the head of a no through country lane in the heart of rolling countryside with a galvanised metal gate opening to a long driveway which extends to one side of the house and to the adjoining traditional building.

Detached Garage - 22' x 14'7 (6.71m x 4.45m) - A substantial stone and slated building providing a double door garage together with a further triple door garage / workshop - providing ample space for parking two cars with a high vaulted ceiling, and electric light and power installed. External stone steps leading up to:

Loft Room - 14'3 x 14'4 (4.34m x 4.37m) -

Building Two - 14'6 x 14'4 (4.42m x 4.37m) - Probably the original farmhouse, it's a substantial stone building with a corrugated roof providing:

Utility Room - 12'9 x 10'8 (3.89m x 3.25m) - Former chimney breast and bread oven, electric light and power installed.

Workshop / General Store - 36' overall x 11'10 (10.97m overall x 3.61m) - A split level room with two doors from the main elevation - providing a very useful storeroom / former shippon.

Further Stone Building - Providing an open fronted log store and modern 12' x 8' aluminium framed greenhouse.

Gardens - The property stands essentially within delightful gardens which provide sweeping lawns bounded in the main by mature hedging. There is a sheltered, mainly south facing patio to the front elevation with stone steps leading up to an established kitchen garden with soft fruit canes, bushes and strawberries and many mature fruit trees - to include apple and plum. To the rear elevation of the house, adjoining either side of the driveway are further extensive lawns and a substantial stone fronted further garage / log store.

Directions - From the Agent's Ruthin Office take the A494 Corwen Road proceeding through the village of Pwllglas and upon reaching the petrol station in Bryn Saith Marchog take the second right turning signposted for Melin y Wig. Follow the country lane for some 2.5 miles to the outskirts of Melin y Wig, bearing left past the village which is set down the right hand side and continue for approximately 250 yards whereupon the driveway leading to the property will be found on the left hand side denoted by the Agent's For Sale Board. Follow the lane up the hill towards the farm and at the brow of the hill bear left onto a green lane and fork left again, continuing for approximately 1/3 mile whereupon the lane eventually arrives at the property.

Services - We understand the property has a spring fed water supply and drainage system - Details of which are available upon inspection.

Agent's Notes - Denbighshire County Council - Tax Band E

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

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


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