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The village of Gwaenysgor (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 1985) is tucked amongst the Clwydian Hills with it’s own real ale pub, postbox, village hall and one of the oldest churches in Wales yet only 6 mins drive to Prestatyn with its high street boutique stores, a well appointed shopping centre (M&S, TKMax, Boots, Tesco etc), and a fast rail link directly to London Euston and Holyhead.
Originally a 17th century long cottage, Tan Y Graig features a generous open plan living area with timber sealed double glazed windows & shutters throughout. It has a fully fitted Chalon kitchen with butchers table, gas+electric hobs and a classic four-door Aga. All bedrooms and reception rooms have uninterrupted views across the Clywdian hills towards the Snowdonia mountain range beyond. The kitchen links though glass double-doors to the orangery, where entrance to a dual aspect South/East fully shuttered drawing room is to be found. French doors at the far end of the orangery lead to an enclosed walled patio, and then finally, through a Spanish gate, to an open patio adjoining the top lawn.
The original west-wing ‘long cottage’ section contains a family bathroom, three double bedrooms, a Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and a private office/dressing room with french doors that open out to the top lawn. Two sets of wide stone steps follow down to a central kitchen garden containing planters, various jam-making berries, fruits and apple trees; finally a smaller set of steps lead to a peaceful Dell with views over the perimeter wall to a protected Wildlife pond and beyond to the Clwydian Hills and Snowdonia. This is the quietest and most secluded spot in the village!
via a traditional solid oak door, leading into the;
Having feature stone flooring, lighting, sealed double glazed window onto the side elevation and a traditional glazed door, into the;
23' 10'' (maximum) x 12' 2'' (maximum) (7.26m x 3.71m)
Being L-shaped and bespoke, comprising of a range of wall, drawer and base units with a complementary granite worktops over, tiled flooring, belfast sink with mixer tap over, space for dining, lighting, power points, exposed beams, full working area having an Aga with further fitted units. Having timber sealed double glazed windows onto the front and onto the Sun Room. Timber bifold doors provide access into the Living Room, timber double doors provide access into the Sun Room and there is a further door off into the Inner Hallway.
20' 4'' x 13' 0'' (6.19m x 3.96m)
A beautifully presented room enjoying a homely feel, having lighting, power points, radiator, T.V. aerial point, inglenook fireplace housing a cast iron multi fuel stove with exposed beam over and tiled hearth and timber sealed double glazed windows onto the side elevation with feature shutters, enjoying stunning open countryside views out towards the Clwydian Range and a timber sealed double glazed window looking into the Sun Room.
16' 2'' x 11' 10'' (4.92m x 3.60m)
A multifunctional room, having feature stone flooring, power points, glazed ceiling, sealed timber french doors onto the beautifully presented patio and a door off, into the;
16' 8'' x 14' 7'' (5.08m x 4.44m)
Having exposed timber flooring, timber sealed windows onto the side and rear elevations, large inglenook open fire, lighting, power points and a radiator.
Having lighting, radiator and power points, providing access to the "Sleeping Quarters" and Family Bathroom, affording timber sealed double glazed windows to the side and a timber sealed door onto the side elevation.
19' 10'' (maximum) x 17' 6'' (maximum) (6.04m x 5.33m)
Having lighting, power points, radiator, three timber sealed double glazed windows, with feature shutters, onto the side elevation enjoying outstanding countryside views. Having an en-suite and dressing room/study off.
11' 5'' x 8' 6'' (3.48m x 2.59m)
Comprising of a low flush W.C., corner panelled bath with mixer tap over, hand-wash basin with taps over, pedestal hand-wash basin, lighting, extractor fan, stone flooring and a timber sealed double glazed window onto the side elevation.
10' 0'' x 9' 6'' (3.05m x 2.89m)
Having feature stone flooring, lighting, power points, telephone point, timber sealed double glazed window onto the rear elevation enjoying views of the Clwydian Range and timber sealed double glazed French doors leading into the rear garden.
15' 5'' x 12' 5'' (4.70m x 3.78m)
Having lighting, power points, radiator and timber sealed double glazed windows onto the rear elevation.
12' 1'' x 12' 1'' (3.68m x 3.68m)
Having lighting, power points, radiator, telephone socket and timber sealed double glazed windows with feature shutters onto the rear, offering unspoilt views out towards the picturesque Clwydian Range.
12' 11'' x 11' 11'' (3.93m x 3.63m)
Having lighting, power points, radiator and a timber sealed double glazed window onto the rear with shutters, enjoying a beautiful outlook onto the forecourt.
11' 7'' x 6' 11'' (3.53m x 2.11m)
A modern four piece suite, comprising of a corner shower enclosure with a wall mounted shower head over, hand-wash basin, low flush W.C., freestanding bath with mixer tap, wall mounted heated towel rail, lighting and timber sealed double glazed obscure window onto the front elevation.
7' 0'' x 6' 6'' (2.13m x 1.98m)
Housing the central heating boiler, having lighting, power points, plumbing for a washing machine / tumble dryer, wall mounted electrics and a timber framed sealed double glazed window.
Situated on a much larger than average sized plot, to the front the property is approached via a large gravelled driveway having stone pillars to either side. Offering ample off-road parking, beautifully presented raised borders and enjoys a private and peaceful aspect. To the rear, the garden area is mainly laid to lawn, with a variety of well stocked shrubs, bushes and trees. Having a feature walled country garden, having steps leading down to the second tier, housing a patio area and being ideal for alfresco dining / vegetable plots. Stunning unspoilt views of the countryside can be thoroughly enjoyed from every aspect of the garden area, enjoying all day sun and a peaceful / private aspect.
Proceed from Prestatyn office left and taking the first left onto Fforddlas and continue up Gwaenysgor hill. Pass the duck pond and continue into the village. Turn right onto Arweinfa and continue to the end of the lane and you will find Tan-y-Graig.
1 Crown Square