4 bedroom detached house for saleBerwyn, Llangollen
- A FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED FAMILY HOME: NO CHAIN
- SET WITHIN LOVELY GARDENS WITH FAR REACHING VIEWS
- RECEPTION HALL WITH TURNED STAIRCASE; LOUNGE/DINER
- FITTED KITCHEN; UTILITY; STUDY & SUN ROOM
- MASTER BEDROOM SUITE; THREE FURTHER BEDROOMS
- BATHROOM; WC & CONVERTED ATTIC SPACE
- ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING D
** NO CHAIN** A handsome four bedroom detached house set within lovely gardens approached along a private driveway that enjoys delightful views to 3 sides over Countryside, the Mountain Ranges and the River Dee. Located on the outskirts of the popular Riverside town of Llangollen, Belmont has been extended by the current owners to provide well laid out family sized accommodation with some attractive features and briefly comprises a welcoming Reception Hall with turned staircase and cloaks cupboard, spacious bay window Lounge with Dining Area and open fire, fitted kitchen overlooking the gardens, utility, study and sun lounge. On the first, a spacious landing gives access to three double bedrooms with the Master Bedroom Suite having a dressing Area with fitted wardrobes and provision for an En-suite Bathroom. This floor is completed by a Bathroom with separate W.C. A second staircase continues into the converted Attic space which is divided into a landing/study area, Bedroom four/office and a separate unfurnished store room. Externally, the driveway leads to the double garage with electrically operated door, well maintained gardens which include an ornamental pond, patio areas, vegetable plots, fruit trees, lawns and well stocked flower beds. Inspection strongly recommended.
Location - Belmont is located on the outskirts of the popular riverside tourist town of Llangollen off a country lane just a short drive from the A5. Enjoying countryside views to the front, side and rear and yet within easy reach of all the shopping facilities, pubs, restaurants etc that the town has to offer. There are good road links to the A483 by-pass via the A5 which links Wrexham, Chester and Oswestry to allow for daily commuting to the major commercial and industrial centres of the region. The town has highly regarded primary and secondary schools together with outdoor activity centres, picturesque canal, mountain and riverside walks and is famous for its annual international musical eisteddfod.
Directions - From Castle Street proceed to the traffic lights and take a right onto the A5. Proceed for approximately 1 mile, thereafter take the left hand turning immediately after the White Waters Hotel and continue up the hill for approximately 300 yards where Belmont will be observed on the right.
Accommodation - An arch top porch with welcome light and hardwood entrance door with top window light leads to:-
Reception Hall - Having a tiled floor, double door cloaks cupboard, radiator and Archway through to:-
Inner Hall - With an attractive turned staircase with wood panellings, store cupboard below, two windows to rear (one UPVC) radiator and four panel doors off.
Lounge & Dining Room - 7.0 x 3.64 (23'0" x 11'11") - A spacious light and airy room enjoying a dual aspect with UPVC double glazed window to front and UPVC double glazed bay window to rear, fireplace with open fire on a tiled hearth with matching mantelpiece, cornice and coving to ceiling, two double radiators and three wall lights.
Study - 2.25 x 2.11 (7'5" x 6'11") - A UPVC double glazed window to front, double door store cupboard and recessed shelving and radiator.
Kitchen - 3.6 x 3.0 (11'10" x 9'10") - Well fitted with a range of base and wall cupboards with complementary work surfaces that incorporate a 1½ bowl stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap and UPVC double glazed window overlooking the colourful garden, slot in cooker, part tiled walls, UPVC double glazed window to rear with views towards the mountain range, tiled floor, space for fridge/freezer and open fronted shelving, six panel door into:-
Utility Room - Plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer or dishwasher, additional wall cupboard, tiled floor and UPVC double glazed window.
Sun Lounge - 3.61 x 2.85 into bay (11'10" x 9'4" into bay) - Featuring a walk in UPVC double glazed bay window overlooking the front garden and ornamental pond, UPVC double glazed side window with views over the main garden and radiator.
On The First Floor - Approached via the turned staircase to a spacious landing with gallery banister over stairwell, UPVC double glazed window to rear with radiator below, four panel and six panel doors off.
Master Bedroom - 5.46 x 4.6 max (17'11" x 15'1" max) - A spacious bedroom with walk in UPVC double glazed bay window to front, dressing area fitted with mirror fronted sliding door wardrobes with UPVC double glazed window to rear, side UPVC double glazed window overlooking the garden, two radiators, a 6 panel door opens into a "side room" ideal for an en-suite bathroom with radiator and UPVC double glazed window to rear.
Bedroom Two - 3.43 x 2.96 (11'3" x 9'9") - A UPVC double glazed window to rear with views over the River Dee and mountain range, radiator and built in wardrobe and recess shelving.
Bedroom Three - 3.66 x 3.34 (12'0" x 10'11") - A UPVC double glazed window overlooking the front garden and the countryside views beyond, with radiator and built in wardrobe.
Bathroom - Appointed with a two piece suite of king size metal twin grip bath with mixer shower take off and folding splash screen, pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, heated towel rail, tiled floor, UPVC double glazed window and airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and shelving.
Wc - Separate WC with low flush WC, wall mounted wash hand basin, tiled splashback, tiled floor and UPVC double glazed window.
On The Second Floor - A further spindled staircase rises to the second floor landing/office area with velux window and two doors opening to:-
Bedroom Four/Office - 3.43 x 3.09 (11'3" x 10'2") - Velux roof light window, exposed brickwork, radiator and eaves storage.
Unfinished Storeroom - 5.28 x 1.97 avg (17'4" x 6'6" avg) - Suitable to convert to additional accommodation subject to any necessary building regulations, with boarded floor, velux window and lighting.
Outside - Approached off a country lane through the private driveway which opens into the parking and guest parking with turning area. The gardens are a particular feature of "Belmont" with a variety of flowers and plants, ornamental pond, stone paved patio and seating areas, vegetable plots, fruit tress, lawned gardens and useful storage shed all enclosed within mature privacy hedging and enjoying a lovely setting from which to admire the views.
Garage - 5.67 x 5.54 (18'7" x 18'2") - Benefits from remote operated electric door, lighting, power and UPVC double glazed window to rear.
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