4 bedroom detached house for sale

Glyndyfrdwy

£350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • AN EXTENDED DETACHED FOUR BEDROOM VICTORIAN COTTAGE
  • OVERLOOKING THE RIVER DEE & HISTORIC STEAM RAILWAY
  • LOUNGE: SITTING ROOM: CONSERVATORY:FAMILY ROOM
  • KITCHEN: GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM & EN-SUITE: CELLAR
  • 3 BEDROOMS TO 1ST FLOOR WITH 2 EN SUITES
  • A GATED SWEEPING DRIVEWAY PROVIDES AMPLE PARKING
  • CENTRAL STONE WATER FEATURE & GARDEN
  • ENERGY RATING G

Full description

Enjoying a stunning location within the Dee Valley and set amongst large gardens bordered by a stream, this charming and extended 4 bedroom Victorian Cottage offers some lovely features that include a sweeping driveway with stone central water fountain and beautiful views from the majority of rooms overlooking open countryside, River Dee and the historic steam railway which is one of North Wales' popular tourist attractions. The accommodation is warmed via an oil fired central heating system and briefly comprises an enclosed entrance porch, welcoming hallway with part Victorian patterned floor tiles, Lounge with bay window overlooking the front garden, sitting room with bay window and access into the spacious Conservatory. Kitchen with countryside views, ground floor bedroom with en-suite shower, family room, workshop and cellar with original range cooker. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms both with en-suites and a 3rd bedroom. All the bedrooms provide views to admire. Externally, a gated driveway provides ample parking and guest parking and borders a stream to one side and lawned garden to the other. A front stone paved patio offers a sunny aspect and a generous level lawned side garden offers a good play area. A former garage is located to the rear which could be re-instated by a new owner. Early inspection essential.

Location - A delightful cottage with magnificent far reaching views over the surrounding Welsh hills, within the small village of Glyndyfrdwy (Valley of the Dee) and five miles from the bustling tourist town of Llangollen. The location of Dee Cottage is an equal distance between Corwen and Llangollen and only two miles from the Moel Fferna slate quarry where you can enjoy stunning walks through the countryside. Some of the activities in the area include white water rafting, climbing high above the valley or cycling along beautiful and challenging trails. There are walks for all abilities in stunning scenery, including the dramatic section of the Offa's Dyke path. Llangollen has a good range of shopping facilities, social amenities and both Primary and Secondary Schools. The A5 link road offers good access to the commercial and Industrial areas of Wrexham, Chester and Shropshire also provides an access road to Snowdonia. Dee Cottage enjoys the close proximity of the River Dee and historic Glyndyfdwy Railway Station that is a particular tourist attraction.

Directions - From our Llangollen office proceed along Castle Street turning right at the traffic lights onto the A5. Continue on along the A5 in a westerly direction for 2½ miles into the Village of Glyndyfdwy, turn right just after the butchers shop and proceed for approx ¼ of a mile where Dee cottage will be observed on the right immediately after the railway crossing.

Accommodation - A UPVC part glazed entrance door with matching side glass panels, slate slab floor, two lantern style welcome lights and a part leaded glass panelled door opens into the:-

Hall - Featuring the Victorian patterned tiled floor, staircase with spindled balustrades, four panel internal doors, high ceiling which continues throughout, picture rail, decorative plasterwork and radiator.

Lounge - 4.51 +bay x 3.96 (14'10" +bay x 13'0") - Enjoying a lovely view across the front lawn through a UPVC double glazed bay window, brick fireplace with tiled hearth, recessed period wall cupboard with glass front, two radiators, telephone point and central plaster ceiling rose.

Sitting Room - 5.84 into bay x 3.52 (19'2" into bay x 11'7") - Featuring an exposed wood floor, fireplace with tiled insert and electric fire, picture rail, walk in UPVC double glazed bay window to front, ceiling rose and radiator. UPVC double glazed doors gives access into the:-

Conservatory - 4.55 x 3.65 and 5.76 x 1.66 (14'11" x 12'0" and 18 - Offering beautiful views across the garden and the Valley through UPVC double glazed windows on a brick and plastered plinth with UPVC double glazed French doors opening to the front paved patio area and a single UPVC door to the side. Ceramic tiled floor, radiator, Myson wall heater and a ceiling combination light/fan.

Kitchen - 4.25 x 3.63 (13'11" x 11'11") - Fitted to three sides with a range of base and wall cupboards with work surface areas incorporating a 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap, two UPVC double glazed windows with countryside views, quarry tiled floor, radiator, serving hatch, electric cooker point with wall mounted extractor hood, two display cabinets, UPVC double glazed door to conservatory.

Family Room - 5.28 x 4.63 (17'4" x 15'2") - A particularly useful addition to the cottage having a variety of uses. Electric fire in surround, coving to ceiling, double glazed front and rear windows, telephone point, radiator and an internal door into:-

Workshop - 5.29 x 3.15 (17'4" x 10'4") - UPVC double glazed door to front, UPVC double glazed window to side, corner wash basin, oil fired central heating boiler and ceiling hatch to roof space.

Bedroom - 3.89 x 3.64 (12'9" x 11'11") - UPVC double glazed window with countryside views, radiator, telephone point, coving to ceiling, ceiling hatch to roof space.

En-Suite - 2.40 x 1.91 (7'10" x 6'3") - Appointed with a low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back and mirror above, shower with mains shower unit, part tiled walls, tiled floor, UPVC double glazed window to rear, shaver point and extractor fan. Internal door to hallway.

Cellar - 3.75 x 2.83 (12'4" x 9'3") - Slate steps lead down from the hallway to a full height room featuring original cast iron Range cooker with water tap, shelving, ceiling light, electric meter and walk in pantry with shelving, light and store cupboard.

On The First Floor - The staircase from the hall turns onto the gallery landing, UPVC double glazed window with river views, coving to ceiling and four panel doors of.

Bedroom One - 3.16 x 3.89 (10'4" x 12'9") - UPVC double glazed windows to front and side from which to admire the views, picture rail, wall light and walk through wardrobe with ceiling light and sliding door into:-

En-Suite - Appointed with a low flush wc in vanity cupboard with tiled splashback and mirror above, double width shower tray, electric shower, extractor fan and electric wall heater.

Bedroom Two - 3.31 x 3.14 (10'10" x 10'4") - UPVC double glazed window overlooks the front garden, radiator, picture rail and internal door into the:-

En-Suite - 3.32 x 1.20 (10'11" x 3'11") - Low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, twin grip panelled bath, part tiled walls, electric wall heater, extractor fan, airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and slated shelving.

Bedroom Three - 2.56 x 1.86 (8'5" x 6'1") - UPVC double glazed window to front, fitted high level shelving, radiator and ceiling hatch to roof space.

Outside - Approached through a farmhouse style timber vehicular gate with matching pedestrian side gate opening to a slated driveway which provides ample parking and sweeps around the front lawned garden with feature stone fountain and pond. A large shaped stone paved patio enjoys a sunny aspect from which to admire the natural landscape. An additional hardstanding and shallow stone steps lead to the good sized lawned garden which adjoins the stream to one side. The garden has a mix of established trees, part dry stone walls, greenhouse, shed, security lighting and outside sockets. A path leads to the rear of the cottage which houses a modern oil tank and gives access to the former garage with lighting and power.

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