3 bedroom town house for saleChurch Street, Llangollen
- A THREE BEDROOM GRADE II LISTED TOWNHOUSE
- BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED WITH CHARACTER FEATURES
- LOUNGE: DINING ROOM; SITTING ROOM/PLAYROOM
- KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: UTILITY
- THREE BEDROOMS & MODERN FAMILY BATHROOM
- GARDEN TO REAR; RESIDENTS PARKING PERMITS AVAILABLE
- ENERGY RATING EXEMPT
A beautifully presented 3 bedroom town house arranged over 4 floors having a wealth of character features that compliment this grade 2 listed house. Located within the popular riverside town with its picturesque scenery, we believe the property dates back to the 17th Century and has been well maintained by the current owners to include double glazed windows and gas central heating. The accommodation briefly comprises a welcoming Dining Hall, fitted kitchen breakfast room, Living room with gas log effect wood burner within a slate chimney breast and beams to ceiling, Sitting Room or Play room, utility, 3 good sized bedrooms and a modern fitted bathroom with p-shaped bath and shower above. Externally a gated path leads to a rear yard together with a feature walled garden with paved patio area and lawned garden. Resident parking permits available.
Location - Located fronting Church Street within the popular tourist town of Llangollen which offers a wealth of shopping facilities, restaurants and riverside walks. The beautiful scenery of the Dee Valley with its mountainous backdrop attracts many visitors and yet the town enjoys excellent road links to the A483 and A5 allowing for daily commuting to the commercial and industrial centres of North Wales, North West and Shropshire. Both primary and secondary schools are within easy reach and a public transport service operates to and from surrounding towns.
Directions - From our Llangollen Office turn onto Bridge Street and continue along into Church Street where Ty'r Alarch will be observed towards the end of the street on the right hand side indicated by the Wingetts "For Sale" board.
Accommodation - Part glazed entrance door with feature Gothic style arch window above.
Dining Hall - 3.95 x 3.60 (13'0" x 11'10") - Double glazed window to front with timber surround, dado rail, ornamental fireplace with gas point, roll top radiator, recessed shelving, inner hall to:-
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 3.90 x 3.24 (12'10" x 10'8") - Appointed with a cottage style range of base and wall cupboards complimented by work surfaces areas that incorporate a 1½ bowl stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, slot in cooker with 4 ring gas hob and oven/grill below, part tiled walls, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge freezer, recessed store cupboard housing the "Glow worm" gas boiler. Double glazed window with view to the rear garden and storage cupboard below, radiator and staircase to first floor.
A Ledge And Brace Cottage Door, Staircase With Exposed Brick Wall And Handrail Leads Down To The Lower Ground Floor -
Living Room - 3.56 x 3.90 (11'8" x 12'10") - A lovely reception room with a wealth of character that includes exposed Chamfered beams to ceiling, slate chimney breast with timber mantle and inset gas wood burner effect stove on a slate hearth, double glazed window with deep cill and radiator below, wiring for 4 wall lights and ledge and brace cottage style door to:-
Playroom/Sitting Room - 3.84 x 3.43 (12'7" x 11'3") - Exposed beams to ceiling, ornate chimney breast with timber mantle and quarry tiled hearth, radiator, recessed cupboard housing the gas meter, obscure glazed window above and additional cupboard accommodating a recently upgraded fuse box.
Utility - 2.65 x 2.47 (8'8" x 8'1") - A useful room having double door base cupboard with stainless steel single drainer sink unit above, splashback, wood effect worktop surfaces with plumbing for washing machine and space for dryer below, ceramic tiled floor, two windows divided by a part glazed external door.
On The First Floor - Gallery landing over stairwell, radiator, dado rail
Bedroom Two - 3.58 x 3.96 (11'9" x 13'0") - A 6 panel door with wood panelled surround, double glazed window, wood panelled surround.
Bathroom - 3.37 x 1.97 (11'1" x 6'6") - Appointed with a White suite of Victorian style wash hand basin, shaped bath with curved shower screen and electric shower, low flush WC chrome heated towel rail, ½ panelled walls and store cupboard, double glazed window, wood panelled ceiling.
On The Second Floor - Cottage style doors off, coving to ceiling.
Bedroom Three - 3.34 x 2.95 (10'11" x 9'8") - Double glazed window, built in wardrobe, radiator.
Bedroom One - 3.57 x 3.91 (11'9" x 12'10") - Double glazed window to front with views to Dinas Bran, Victorian radiator, ceiling hatch to roof space, telephone point.
Outside - A gated side path gives access to the enclosed yard with cold water tap and wall light. In addition there is an attractive, mainly walled garden that features a stone paved patio, lawned area, well stocked flower beds and a sunny aspect.
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