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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Ty Nant, Corwen, LL21

Sold STC £375,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached, 3 Bed Traditional Welsh Cottage
  • Additional Converted Barn
  • Set In Approximately 1.75 Acres
  • Registered Smallholding
  • Detached Garage With Inspection Pit
  • Paddock With Stock Shed/Store/Workshop
  • Mature Allotment With Polytunnel And Glasshouse
  • Mature Cottage Gardens
  • Deciduous Woodland
  • Potential Additional Income Opportunity

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
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Three double bedroom detached traditional Welsh farmhouse with possibility of providing an annex within the main house for perhaps a teenager, elderly relative or for Air B'n'B, additional converted barn accommodation, grounds amounting to approximately 1.75 acres including deciduous woodland, a paddock, cottage gardens with patio area, annual and perennial planting to borders and beds, a sunken pond, extensive allotment with a variety of vegetables, fruit bushes and fruit trees, ample off-road parking and a dual gated entrances to the property.

The Lifestyle
Nestled on the hillside in a quiet and tranquil location, just off the A5 at Ty Nant is this absolutely gorgeous property. Set amongst just shy of 2 acres of land, this traditional Welsh farmhouse is quaint, charming and packed full of period features and offers a multitude of options for potential buyers.

The property is set in an elevated position with views across the valley to the river Ceirw below and with commuter links within Wales and to the North West just a few moments away, this poses the ideal place to get away from it all at the end of a hard day in work.

An acre of deciduous woodland stretches up and beyond the farmhouse where limestone shelves poke between the trees, offering weary legs somewhere to sit awhile and enjoy the woodland flora and fauna...

The paddock, with haystore/workshop and animal shelter can comfortably accommodate a variety of livestock and is easily accessible. The driveway to one side of the property will house multiple vehicles, whilst the sizeable garage with inspection pit is the perfect workshop for the budding engineer, a sizeable hobby room or studio, or simply somewhere to keep the car!

Tucked away to the rear of the property is the most delightful cottage garden. Thoughtfully planted and offering a splash of colour throughout the seasons, there is something to delight everyone. And if this isn't enough to whet your appetite, what about a fully functioning allotment area, complete with raised beds, a polytunnel, fruit trees and bushes and a good variety of vegetables, too?

However, the piece de resistance has to be the barn that sits alongside the farmhouse. Currently used as a home office, the barn has undergone partial renovation and includes many interesting and quirky features, kitchen facilities, shower room and another sitting room/bedroom, which subject to the relevant planning consent, easily lends itself to accommodation that could be let for holidays, Airbnb or simply a retreat for friends and family!

Character Property
This farmhouse and barn have undergone a programme of renovation and improvement in recent times, which has meant that modern conveniences blend seamlessly with tradition and all the trappings of a true period property. Wooden floors and original oak beams punctuate the newly-decorated rooms. The tiled floors offer cooling relief in the summer, yet retains the warmth generated from the log burning stoves that not only provide warmth and heating but plenty of hot water, too!

The huge inglenook fireplace to the lounge is a delight to behold and the perfect place to snuggle up on those cold winter's nights. The traditional-style kitchen offers every modern practicality coupled with the countryside charm that one would expect from a farmhouse kitchen. The space is large enough to accommodate a dining table -the hub of any home, here family mealtimes or dining with friends is effortless.

The dining/sitting room can be found at the end of the property and the spaciousness is enhanced further by the natural light that floods in through the French doors which lead to the garden. A timber beamed fireplace, housing attractive woodburner, light and bright walls with floral textiles, exposed beams and wooden floors combine to create a warm and inviting home.

Two stylish bathrooms have been positioned thoughtfully, providing convenience for each of three bedrooms, where the atmosphere continues unbridled. The spaciousness, the wood flooring, the beamed ceilings and the natural light are in abundance to the first floor, along with practical storage to the eaves.

This gorgeous property will appeal to a multitude of buyers, whether you're looking for a family home, to develop a small holding (there is a registered smallholding number with the property), to embrace a lifestyle change or run a small business, there is flexibility abound here at Ty Tan Berllan, whatever you seek, you are sure to find, so why not come and have a peek for your yourselves?!

Entrance Hallway
Exterior door to front elevation, doors to bathroom, living room and stairs to first floor, one radiator.

Living Room
18'10" (into Inglenook) x 11'3"
Double-glazed window to side elevation, Inglenook fireplace with heavy oak beam and log-burning stove providing heat and hot water to front elevation, storage cupboard, door through to kitchen/dining room.

Kitchen/Dining Room
8'4" x 21'6"
Double-glazed window to side elevation, door through to sitting room/dining room and rear porch, range of bespoke wall, drawer and base units, inset sink and drainer, wood /solid fuel burner providing hot water to the property and heating to the remaining rooms.

Dining Room
15'6" x 14'8"
Double-glazed window to side elevation, double-glazed French windows to rear elevation, under stairs storage cupboard, pitch pine beamed fireplace with Welsh slate hearth housing wood-burning stove, door to rear hallway and access to bathroom, one radiator.

Rear Porch
5'6" x 5'10"
Door from kitchen, exterior door to side elevation (not used), plumbing for washing machine. Shelving.

Bathroom One
6'10" x 5'9"
Double-glazed window to side elevation, family bath, low-level W.C., pedestal wash-hand basin, one radiator, beamed ceiling, hand painted tiles.

Bathroom Two
9'3" x 5'
Double-glazed window to side elevation, attractive and rare patterned suite with matching tiles, including family bath, low-level W.C., pedestal wash-hand basin, one radiator. Heated towel rail.

Bedroom One
15'5" x 12'
Double-glazed windows to rear and side elevations, eaves storage to side elevation.

Bedroom Two
8'10" x 14'8"
Double-glazed window to side elevation, one radiator. Built in under eaves storage cupboards, built in desks/dressing tables to each side of window. Exposed wall timbers and purlins.

Bedroom Three
10'8" x 11'6"
Double-glazed window to side elevation, one radiator, built in wardrobe/storage cupboard.

Barn
The delightful barn conversion is reminiscent of an Hobbit-style property that wouldn't look a bit out of place in Middle Earth! This gorgeous, traditional stone-built building comprises of:
Room One:
9'9" x 10'8"
Exterior stable door with bespoke five lever lock and oversized key to side elevation, double-glazed window to side elevation, kitchen area with sink and drainer. A unique oak 'ships ladder' hoisted up to the ceiling by a chain in the traditional manner, can be lowered to allow access to the spacious storage loft.
Shower room with shower cubicle, low-level W.C. and pedestal wash-hand basin.
Room Two:
9'8" x 13'1"
Exterior door to side elevation, door to rear elevation, double-glazed window to side elevation, log-burning stove. Timber framed partition wall constructed in the traditional manner from a fallen sycamore tree blown down in the property's own wood.
Room Three:
Used for storage, exterior door to side elevation.

Outbuildings
Outbuildings:

Stone and slate three bay barn, partially converted into additional accommodation

Brick built garage/workshop with inspection pit and work benches.

Large wooden field shelter/workshop/store

Bespoke traditional timber framed woodstore with Welsh slate pitched roof.

Polytunnel and greenhouse

Numerous wood/log stores

Two wooden garden sheds, one with timber decked seating area


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
05 August 2018

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Nearest station

  • Betws-y-Coed (14.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Purplebricks, covering Wales

Suite 7, First Floor, Cranmore Drive, Shirley, Solihull, B90 4RZ

0121 396 0881 Local call rate

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