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DETACHED SIX BED TRADITIONAL STONE FARMHOUSE WITH ADDITIONAL OUTBUILDINGS, PADDOCK, WOODLAND, STREAM AND GARDENS.
This is a unique opportunity to acquire an idyllic family home, set in over 2 acres of peaceful landscaped gardens, woodland and paddock, with additional outbuildings and enviable panoramic countryside views.
The property is approached along a private lane, shared by only two dwellings. The farmhouse is at the end of the lane, on the right, with immediate parking for three cars and a further outbuilding beyond It is surrounded on three sides by tranquil gardens leading to the woodland, stream and paddock. On the opposite side of the private lane is a metal gate, through to a well-established conversion of a former stone granary, in separate ownership, with its own gardens and outbuildings. Located in the Upper Dee Valley, just outside Cynwyd, a mere 3.5 miles from Historic Corwen and 11 miles from both Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid) and Llangollen. The main house has been extensively and sympathetically restored and extended to a high standard by the current owners retaining many of the original character features and with potential for further improvements. It provides: six bedrooms, five reception rooms, kitchen/diner, utility/store area and two bathrooms. Additional benefits include workshop, stone outbuilding providing potential additional accommodation, private woodland making the property self-sufficient in wood, adjoining paddock, fruit and vegetable garden, spring water supply, private sewage treatment works, partial double glazing, parking for three vehicles and oil fired central heating. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this property and its surroundings. EPC Ratings D 46.
Vistorian wooded door with glazed panels above opens through to:
17' 0'' x 5' 5'' (5.18m x 1.65m)
Having radiator and doors off.
17' 8'' x 14' 6'' (5.38m x 4.42m)
Feature stone inglenook fireplace with cast iron multi-fuel burner set on a slate hearth, original beamed ceiling, recess shelving, two radiators, two oak framed windows to the front elevation with window seat and beautiful views overlooking the front garden and Berwyn mountains. Door to Kitchen/Diner and door to Sun Room.
15' 6'' x 13' 1'' (4.72m x 3.98m)
Modern painted farmhouse-style Kitchen fitted with a range of drawer and base units with beech wood surfaces and "pippy" oak wall units over. "Range-Master" electric double oven with matching extractor hood, voids for tall standing fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine, space for dining table, inset stainless steel double sink with mixer tap over, set in granite work surface, tiled flooring, original wooden beams and low slate shelf, radiator and two double glazed timber windows to the rear elevation overlooking the garden.
17' 3'' x 8' 1'' (5.25m x 2.46m)
South-West facing. Tiled floor, two Velux roof windows and oak double glazed window frames along the whole of the front and side elevations with window seat and views across the landscaped gardens and countryside beyond.
6' 10'' x 5' 1'' (2.08m x 1.55m)
Bespoke oak door, tiled flooring, Velux roof window, down lights and doors off.
6' 6'' x 7' 6'' (1.98m x 2.28m)
Having a three piece fitted suite comprising corner shower enclosure with electric shower unit over, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, tiled splash-backs, storage cupboards, electric radiator/towel rail heater and Velux roof light.
7' 9'' x 4' 6'' (2.36m x 1.37m)
Has quarry tiled flooring, fitted shelving, window to the side elevation over-looking the side garden and doorway giving access to the front and side of property.
6' 0'' x 5' 8'' (1.83m x 1.73m)
Having stairs to first floor, under stairs storage and doors off.
12' 3'' x 9' 8'' (3.73m x 2.94m)
Having solid wooden flooring, floor standing boiler, feature beams, plaster inlay wall, walk in pantry and an oak framed window to the side elevation overlooking the gardens. Good, fast broadband, suitable for homeworking.
16' 4'' x 12' 3'' (4.97m x 3.73m)
With feature beams, inglenook fireplace with enameled log burner on slate hearth, radiator and oak framed window to the front elevation with window seat and views.
14' 6'' x 13' 5'' (4.42m x 4.09m)
With beamed ceiling, wooden beamed wall with plaster inlay, radiator, double glazed windows with stunning views from the front elevation and single glazed window to the side elevation.
13' 3'' x 3' 8'' (4.04m x 1.12m)
With beamed ceiling, feature beamed wall with plaster inlay, tiled flooring, inset fitted shelving, void and plumbing for tumble dryer, radiator and double glazed window to the rear elevation.
A galleried landing with Velux window, radiator and doors off.
8' 11'' x 6' 9'' (2.72m x 2.06m)
Having a three piece suite comprising panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, fan heater, loft access hatch, tiled splashbacks, airing cupboard, storage cupboard, radiator/towel rail and an oak window to the rear elevation over-looking the rear garden and woods.
13' 3'' x 8' 8'' (4.04m x 2.64m)
Wash hand basin in vanity unit, tiled splashback, radiator, dual aspect windows to the side and rear elevations with views over the gardens and outbuildings.
17' 9'' x 8' 10'' (5.41m x 2.69m)
Having feature beams and exposed truss, two in built storage cupboards, radiator and double glazed window to the front elevation overlooking the front garden and benefiting from the far reaching views across open countryside and mountains.
11' 5'' x 12' 1'' (3.48m x 3.68m)
Feature beams, high ceiling, radiator and a double glazed window to the front elevation over-looking the garden and benefiting from the fabulous views.
11' 9'' x 3' 8'' (3.58m x 1.12m)
Doors off to:
11' 9'' x 12' 3'' (3.58m x 3.73m)
With radiator, high ceiling, window seat and a double glazed window to the front elevation with views.
17' 4'' x 10' 9'' (5.28m x 3.27m)
Fitted recessed wardrobe, loft access hatch, dual aspect radiators and dual aspect double glazed windows to the rear and front elevations with beautiful views over the garden and open countryside.
12' 3'' x 10' 0'' (3.73m x 3.05m)
Large walk in wardrobe with loft access, radiator and sash window to the side elevation, looking across to fruit and vegetable garden and woodland.
An un-restored traditional stone built farm-workers cottage, with slate roof and door leading in to:
13' 4'' x 11' 2'' (4.06m x 3.40m)
With slate floor, beamed ceiling, inset cast iron fire/oven, window to the front elevation, window to the side elevation and an open wooden staircase rising to:
13' 4'' x 11' 8'' (4.06m x 3.55m)
Window to the side elevation and window to the front elevation.
33' 2'' x 9' 11'' (10.10m x 3.02m)
Former pig sty. Stone & brick built, brick herringbone floor, roof lights, double doors, two windows to the front elevation, enclosed courtyard area with a mixture of brick herringbone floor and cobbles with gated access to the log store area and bounded by stone walling.
Stone built with slate roof, a traditional wooden "two-seater", now used for storage.
The gardens, woods and land are a particular feature of this property. The gardens are extensive, encompass the house and have been beautifully landscaped and cared for: There are large areas of lawn, a raised and lawned seating area with spectacular views across the front of the property to open countryside and mountains. Further seating areas bounded by stone walls, mature hedges and planting, an archway leads through to the "secret garden": a very well stocked fruit and vegetable garden with greenhouse, this in turn leads through to a wild flower area, with stream running along the boundary and a mixture of mature and young woodland.
Paddock: This can be accessed via mown grass paths through the woodland and extends to about 0.25 acres. The land provides a level area of permanent pasture, fenced on two sides with a small stream on the third boundary.
The woodland was planted in 2000 with native British species added to the existing mature trees and extending to approximately 1.6 acres, providing a self-sufficient supply of firewood, protecting the property from Northerly weather and encouraging an abundance of wildlife. Securely fenced. There is a wood store and chopping area.
The property has its own spring water supply and registered sewage treatment system, which converts all liquid waste into clean water.
Leave Ruthin on the A494 in the direction of Corwen, continue, passing through Gwyddelwern to the T junction signposted Bala/Llangollen and turn right. At the traffic lights turn left and continue for approximately 0.5 mile, crossing the river. Turn right signposted Cynwyd/Llandrillo, continue along this road into Cynwyd. Turn right just before The Post Office, signposted Ivor Williams Factory. Continue on this road and turn left immediately after the narrow stone bridge. Continue along this road for just over half a mile. Turn right at the cattle grid and continue up a private drive, shared by two properties. Gwnodl Fawr can be found at the top of the drive, on the right.
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