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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Beuno Terrace, Gwyddelwern, Corwen

£100,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Spacious Mid-Terraced House
  • Entrance Porch
  • Large Lounge with Beams
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • 3 Bedrooms and Bathroom
  • Enclosed Rear Domestic Area
  • Small Lawned Area
  • Outhouse and Garden Store

Full description

A deceptively spacious three bedroom double fronted mid-terraced house together with large enclosed garden and dedicated parking area to the rear with communal driveway, located in the centre of this popular rural village some two miles from Corwen and the A5(T) and the A5104 Chester road. This substantial period house has benefitted from some modernisation and refurbishment, particularly heating with an eco-friendly wood burning stove and affords: entrance porch, large lounge with beamed ceiling, kitchen/dining room with modern units, first floor landing, three bedrooms and bathroom. Double glazing. Enclosed rear garden/domestic area with outhouse and garden store. ***INSPECTION RECOMMENDED***

Location - Gwyddelwern is a small rural village in the heart of rolling countryside some two miles from Corwen. The nearby market town provides a wide range of facilities catering for most daily requirements with excellent road links towards Llangollen some 13 miles. The A 5104 Chester road is located within 1.25 miles of the village providing direct access towards Chester and Ruthin is about 9 miles.

The Accommodation Comprises: - Wood grain effect double glazed door leading to:

Entrance Hall - With a wide staircase rising off.

Lounge - 15'10" x 13'9" (4.83m x 4.19m) - A spacious room which is well lit with two double glazed windows to the front and further window to the rear. White painted beamed ceiling, large chimney breast with deep recess and raised hearth with a modern Aarrow Stratford EB12 Ecoboiler, multi-fuel stove which heats the room and back boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating. Sky point and panelled radiator.

Kitchen/Diner - 15'9" x 8'2" (4.80m x 2.49m) - Fitted base and wall units with a white finish to door and drawer fronts with contrasting stone effect working surfaces to include inset single drainer sink with mixer tap, space for slot-in cooker, beamed ceiling and dresser style unit with open fronted plate rack and two glass display cabinets. Enclosed under stairs cupboard, two double glazed windows and panelled radiator.

First Floor Landing - Radiator.

Side Lobby - With open fronted book case and panelled radiator.

Bedroom One - 13'6" x 9'5" + door recess (4.11m x 2.87m +door recess) - A spacious room with high vaulted ceiling, double glazed window to the front with tiled sill and panelled radiator.

Bedroom Two - 12'0" (max) x 10'4" (3.66m ( max) x 3.15m) - Double glazed window to the front, fitted captain's bed, high vaulted ceiling and panelled radiator.

Bedroom Three - 8'0" x 6'10" (2.44m x 2.08m) - Built-in sliding door airing cupboard with cylinder and immersion heater, double glazed window and radiator.

Bathroom - 5'5" x 5'10" (1.65m x 1.78m) - White suite comprising bath with part tiled walls and electric shower over, wash basin and wc. Vaulted ceiling, double glazed window and radiator.

Outside - To the front the property is bounded by a low level wall with gate access leading in.

Rear Garden - The rear is a particular feature of the house as there is an extensive garden being mainly flagged and concreted to provide either parking or hardstanding. There is a small lawned area, timber framed and block built garden shed and a further lean-to store being the former coal store and closet for the house.

Rear Access - The property benefits from a shared vehicular access at the end of Beuno Terrace, which leads through to the rear providing parking and the potential for a garage.

Council Tax - Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band B.

Directions - From the Agent's Ruthin Office take the A494 Corwen road proceeding for some nine miles through the village of Pwllglas to Gwyddelwern. On entering the village, the property will be found on the left hand side just before the former public house and inn.

Priority Investor Club - If you are considering purchasing this property as a buy to let investment, our award winning lettings and property management department offer a preferential rate to anyone who purchases a property through Cavendish and lets with Cavendish. For more information contact Lettings Manager, David Adams on 01244 401440/david.adams@cavendishrentals.co.uk.

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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