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Betws Gwerfil Goch, Corwen

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Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Period Cottage
  • Extended & Refurbished
  • Attractive Lounge
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • 3 Bedrooms & Bathroom
  • Extensive Landscaped Gdns
  • And Paddock
  • Workshop/Utility Room
  • Parking & Breathtaking Views

Full description

*No Onward Chain* An extended and comprehensively refurbished three bedroom detached period cottage with a wealth of character and charm combined with modern amenity set within extensive landscaped gardens with a wide patio, workshop/utility room, upper gardens extending beyond to a natural limestone outcrop providing breath-taking views across the valley and an adjoining paddock, the whole extending to about 1.64 acres. Located in a slightly elevated country lane position some 200yds from the centre of this sheltered rural village with historic church in the Alwen Valley some three miles from A5(T) at Maerdy. Benefiting from solid fuel central heating and double glazing, it affords canopy entrance, attractive lounge with inglenook, wood burning stove and beamed ceiling, dining room, inner hall with cloakroom and wc, kitchen/breakfast room, first floor landing, three bedrooms and luxury shower room. Side driveway providing parking next to the terraced gardens and paddock, private paved patio with purpose-built workshop/utility room. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Location - Betws Gwerfil Goch stands in a secluded rural valley of outstanding natural beauty in the heart of rolling countryside, some 9 miles from Ruthin, 5 miles Corwen and approximately 2 miles from the A5 Trunk Road in Maerdy.

The Accommodation Comprises:- - A deep canopy entrance with a oak panelled and glazed door opening to a most attractive lounge.

Lounge - 13'8" x 12' (4.17m x 3.66m) - A room of character with feature out-built stone chimney breast with substantial supporting beam, raised hearth and a large cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate with back boiler providing hot water and heating. Cottage-style double glazed window to front with deep sill and far-reaching views across the village centre, open beamed ceiling, tv aerial point, riven stone slab floor, a fine solid oak staircase with square turned spindles and heavy oak newel and handrail together with enclosed under-cupboard and panelled radiator.



Dining Room - 12'3" x 9'5" (3.73m x 2.87m) - Feature exposed brickwork to the outer wall with heavy beamed ceiling, three hardwood framed windows all with deep polished sills, matching riven stone slab floor and panelled radiator.

Inner Hall - With a red quarry tiled floor which extends to the adjoining cloakroom and kitchen, beamed ceiling and stable door to rear.

Cloakroom - White suite comprising wash basin with tiled splash-back and low level wc, double glazed window with deep sill and panelled radiator.

Kitchen - 10'9" maximum x 9'7" maximum (3.28m maximum x 2.92m maximum) - Shaker-style kitchen with light cream toned finish to door and drawer fronts and contrasting woodgrain-effect working surfaces to include a breakfast bar, inset single drainer sink, inset stainless steel four-ring LPG gas hob with built-in double oven and convector hood and light over, void for fridge, tiled spash-back, beamed ceiling, two cottage-style double glazed windows with deep sill and panelled radiator.

First Floor - Feature landing with display niche and oak boarded floor.
CENTRAL HEATING. The owners have recently changed the oil system to solid fuel with a new multi-fuel stove with back boiler providing domestic hot water and heating with new pressurised water cylinder which acts as a heat sump. The system is designed to be eco efficient with the option to connect solar panels.

Bedroom One - 12'1" x 9'5" (3.68m x 2.87m) - Oak boarded floor, double glazed window with views and radiator.

Bedroom Two - 12'4" maximum x 9'6" maximum (3.76m maximum x 2.90m maximum) - Bespoke range of furniture with captains bed with large storage cupboard beneath, matching wardrobe, radiator.

Bedroom Three - 7'1" x 6'6" (2.16m x 1.98m) - Radiator.

Shower Room - 6'9" x 6'8" (2.06m x 2.03m) - Refitted in 2017 a luxury high quality suite with large shower tray with glass screen and high output shower, victorian style wash basin and w.c; attractive fully tiled walls and floor and radiator.

Rear Domestic Area - Large and enclosed paved back patio and domestic area with a covered area adjoining the rear porch with decked area. Beyond is a substantial brick faced retaining wall with wide steps leading up to the upper garden.



Outside - The property stands in a slightly elevated setting approximately one-fifth of a mile from the village centre. It is approached over a wide stoned driveway which extends along the left hand elevation providing access to the rear and beyond to the upper gardens and paddock. There is a feature low level stone wall with wide steps leading up to a slabbed and brick paved patio with slate edging and borders. Access to the right hand side and a timber panelled gate opening to the rear.



Garden Room - A very useful utility room/store with plumbing for washing machine. Electric light and power point.

Gardens - The gardens are mainly to the rear of the house having benefitted from extensive landscaping to provide three levels and the whole bounded by a minor mountain stream which extends along the right hand boundary. There are wide slated pathways and a patio together with formal lawns from which there are truly outstanding views in a westerly directions across the village and valley of the River Alwen towards rolling countryside and Snowdonia beyond.

Paddock - The gardens extend up the hill in to an area of rough grazing with natural stone outcrops from which are panoramic views. To one side is the stream and beyond is a rectangular shaped paddock ideal for cultivating or keeping small livestock.

Proposed Log Cabin - Please note that a planning application was made for change of use of land to form extension to domestic curtilage and erection of log cabin for ancillary use under application number 04/2006/1085/PF. Denbighshire County Council have stated the erection of the log cabin would be permitted development under the provisions of Class E of the Town and County Planning Order,1995.

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

Directions - From the Agent's Ruthin Office take the A494 Corwen Road proceeding for some 9 miles though the village of Gwyddelwern and upon reaching the junction with the A5104 Chester Road bear right. Upon reaching the traffic lights with the A5 turn right in the direction of Cerrigydrudion. Follow the road past the Rhug Estate, continuing straight ahead at the traffic lights and upon reaching the Goat Inn in Maerdy turn right signposted for Betws Gwerfil Goch. Follow the country lane to the village centre and small crossroads adjoining the church. Turn right and follow the road over the small bridge and continue up the hill and the property will be found on the left..

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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  • Betws-y-Coed (16.1 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

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St Peters Square Well Street, Ruthin, LL15 1AE

03339 873767 Local call rate

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