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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Llandrillo, Corwen

£335,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Modernised Det Period House
  • Idyllic Rural Environment
  • Features: Beams and Inglenook
  • Lounge and Day Room
  • Luxury Kitchen/Family Room
  • 4 Bedrooms and Bathroom
  • Summerhouse and Workshop
  • Mature Gardens with Views

Full description

A recently refurbished and modernised four bedroom detached period house standing within mature gardens to this idyllic rural environment to the upper part of the Pennant Valley, only a short distance from the lower slopes of the Berwyn Mountains, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty some three miles from the village and the Upper Dee Valley. This attractive double fronted former farmhouse affords: out-built entrance, lounge, day room, luxury fitted kitchen/family room with former inglenook fireplace, rear hall with shower room/utility and cloakroom/wc, first floor landing, four bedrooms and luxury family bathroom. Modern double glazing and Economy 7 heating. Private landscaped gardens with delightful views across the valley, summerhouse and garden store, and stone and slated workshop. INSPECTION RECOMMENDED

Location - The Pennant Valley is a very secluded and sheltered valley extending from the River Dee is Llandrillo for some four miles into the western slopes of the Berwyn Mountains. It is a truly idyllic environment having altered little in recent times and is noted for its numerous country walks and bridleways, which extend along the valley and up into the Berwyns, a very large upland area in mid-Wales noted for the UK's highest waterfall at Pistyll Rhaeadr and the Berwyn Ridge with spectacular views across the region. The nearby village of Llandrillo is centred on an historic Church, Inn, Restaurant and Post Office/General Stores, and stands on the B4401 almost equidistant between the market town of Bala and Corwen.

The Accommodation Comprises: - Outside light point, modern dark olive wood grain effect composite door with decorative upper light leading to:

Spacious Reception Room - 14'6" x 13'5" (4.42m x 4.09m) - Well lit with a wide and modern double glazed window to the front with pleasing views across the valley of the River Ceidiog. Staircase rising off with turned spindles, Adam style fireplace in polished marble and hearth, tv point, wall light points, wood grain effect laminated flooring and electric storage heater.

Day Room - 13'6" x 10'7" (4.11m x 3.23m) - Double glazed window with deep sill and pleasing views across the valley. Picture rail, wall light points, matching stone marble fireplace and hearth (fireplace not in use), wood grain effect laminated floor covering and electric night storage heater.

Kitchen/Family Room - 21'10" x 14'1" (6.65m x 4.29m) - Plus door recess 1.65m x 1.07m (5'5" x 3'6") A very spacious and contemporary room, which extends across the full width of the rear of the house with an original style inglenook fireplace with supporting beam, a deep brick lined recessed with raised hearth and a contemporary cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate, and concealed lighting. Beamed ceiling throughout with downlighters.

The kitchen has been refurbished with a contemporary range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with a white high gloss finish to door and drawer fronts and contrasting etched slate effect working surfaces to include an inset single drainer sink with mixer tap, central dais incorporating five-ring LPG gas hob together with stainless steel oven, storage cupboards and drawers. Three double glazed windows, double glazed UPVC door to the left hand gable and wood grain effect laminated floor covering.

Rear Inner Hall - Also with double glazed door which opens to the right hand gable, ceramic tiled floor and ceiling downlighters.

Shower Room/Utility - 8'2" x 4'6" (2.49m x 1.37m) - Corner cubicle with electric shower, partially vaulted ceiling with downlighters, extractor fan, double glazed window, plumbing for washing machine and ceramic tiled floor.

Cloakroom - 6'6" x 4'2" (1.98m x 1.27m) - Modern white suite comprising pedestal wash basin with tiled surround and mirror and low level wc. Partially vaulted ceiling with downlighters and ceramic tiled floor.

First Floor Landing - Partially vaulted ceiling, double glazed window to the front and wood grain effect laminated flooring, which extends throughout the first floor accommodation.

Bedroom One - 13'6" x 10'9" (4.11m x 3.28m) - Partially vaulted ceiling, double glazed windows with views, tv point and electric night storage heater.

Bedroom Two - 13'9" x 8'8" (4.19m x 2.64m) - Two double glazed windows, partially vaulted ceiling and electric night storage heater.

Bedroom Three - 21'10" x 7'9" (6.65m x 2.36m) - Partially vaulted ceiling with original exposed 'A' frame roof truss and purlin, fitted with vanity unit with large basin, storage cupboard and tiled surround, wall mounted LPG gas fired independent water heater for domestic hot water, two double glazed windows and electric night storage heater.

Bedroom Four - 11'4" x 6'8" ('L' shaped) (3.45m x 2.03m ( 'L' shaped)) - Double glazed window, partially vaulted ceiling and electric night storage heater.

Bathroom - 10'4" x 7'2" (3.15m x 2.18m) - Refurbished with a new contemporary white suite comprising roll edged bath, separate corner shower cubicle with glazed screen and Mira shower, pedestal wash basin and wc. Vaulted ceiling with purlin and high level roof light, wall mirror with light and electric chrome towel radiator.

Outside - The property stands in an idyllic rural setting to the upper part of the Pennant Valley. It is approached over a long unmade lane, over which there is a right of way, and extends over a tributary of the River Ceirw up to the house. The house stands within large grounds. There are twin gates opening to a slated parking area providing space for two cars and thereafter there is a further pathway which winds up and around to the front elevation where there is a wide flagged patio which extends across the front of the house, a shaped lawn and established and well stocked flower and shrub borders with a number of specimen plants to include Acer, and front which there are truly outstanding views across the valley.

Garden Room - 7'4" x 7'8" (2.24m x 2.34m) - Of modern wood grain composite construction.

Lean-To Potting Shed - 7'7" x 7'6" (2.31m x 2.29m) - Located to the rear with double glazed french doors in and matching window.

Stone Outbuilding - 14'6" x 13'7" (4.42m x 4.14m) - A substantial stone and slatted building in part divided to provide two former byres ideal as a workshop or home office.

Gardens - To the right hand gable is a sheltered slatted patio with low level brick walls, pergola and steps leading up to a secluded lawn with soft fruit bushes. To the left hand gable is an enclosed timber panelled wood store.

Council Tax - Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band D.

Directions - From the Agent's Ruthin Office take the A49 Corwen Road proceeding through Gwyddelwern and on reaching the junction with the A5104 Chester Road bear right. At the traffic lights with the A5T turn left and on crossing the River Dee turn immediately right onto the B4401 Old Bala Road. Proceed through Cynwyd and into the village of Llandrillo and follow the road over the bridge. On reaching the shop turn left. Continue for some 75 yards and fork left and continue on this country lane into the heart of the Pennant Valley for about 2.5 Miles. On reaching a fork in the road bear right by the telephone kiosk and continue for about 0.75 mile and a field gate with name sign will be found on the left. Follow the track over the fields and it will lead to the house.

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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  • Chirk (16.2 mi)
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03339 873767 Local call rate

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