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Williams Estates are delighted to offer a rare opportunity to purchase a traditional welsh long cottage set in beautifully maintained grounds extending to approximately 1.84 acres, with no onward chain. This stunning character property affords spacious family living accommodation and retains many original features such as exposed stone walls, beamed ceilings and fireplaces. The grounds of the property are a particular feature that need to be seen to be fully appreciated, there are breath-taking unspoiled views to the rear elevation overlooking the open countryside, all framed with established trees and shrubbery. Further benefits include detached double garage and a substantial stone outbuilding set within a charming 'secret garden' with power and lighting. The building is currently being utilised as a gym but offers a wealth of different uses. The cottage is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the outskirts of picturesque Llanarmon-Yn-Ial which is a popular destination for walkers due to its idyllic surroundings. Cottages like this come to market once in a generation and so viewing is highly encouraged so not to miss out on this rare opportunity. EPC rating E-40.
Feature oak front door with wrought iron handle and leaded detailing opens into:
7' 6'' x 6' 2'' (2.28m x 1.88m)
With uPVC double glazed window with slate sill, slate tiled flooring, floor mounted oil fired Worcester boiler, multiple power points, plumbing for washing machine, pine storage cupboard with wrought iron latch, archway through to:
14' 10'' x 11' 10'' (4.52m x 3.60m)
With velux roof windows, uPVC double glazed windows enjoying breathtaking countryside views over and beyond the rear garden, uPVC double glazed doors opening onto private seating area, radiators, tiled flooring, television point, power points, telephone point, wall lights, opening through to:
13' 10'' x 13' 2'' (4.21m x 4.01m)
With uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, radiator, tiled sills, white washed beams, double radiator, tiled flooring, exposed stone to chimney breast, wall mounted fuse box, fitted cottage style kitchen units with wine rack, tiled work surfaces, inset one and a half bowl sink with antique style tap over, power points, drawers and base units, wall units, display units, attractive ornate pelmets, space for free standing dishwasher, fitted centre island with granite work surface and space for pans, electric range oven, timber door with glazed panels opens into:
11' 8'' x 11' 8'' (3.55m x 3.55m)
With uPVC double glazed doors opening out onto the rear elevation, double radaitor, cast iron multi-fuel burner with slate tiled hearth, power points, turned staircase leading to:
13' 8'' x 11' 5'' (4.16m x 3.48m)
With uPVC double glazed window to the rear enjoying beautiful unspoiled countryside views, feature recess with beam over, telephone point, power points, feature exposed stone wall
13' 4'' x 14' 3'' into chimney recess (4.06m x 4.34m)
With uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation enjoying a pleasant aspect over the lane, radiator, beamed ceiling, feature recesses with slate and timber sills, power points, door opens through to:
With fitted seating area, door allowing further access to living room, uPVC double glazed window, fitted bench area with LED lighting, wall lights, beamed ceiling and door through into:
10' 7'' x 7' 7'' (3.22m x 2.31m)
With obscured uPVC double glazed doors to the front elevation, double radiator, power points, beamed ceiling
12' 0'' x 8' 1'' (3.65m x 2.46m)
With radiator, uPVC double glazed window over the secret garden, cottage style door
8' 2'' x 6' 0'' (2.49m x 1.83m)
With uPVC double glazed window, tiling from floor to ceiling height around WC, corner bath with antique style mixer tap over and hand attachment, electric shower over, long length chrome towel radiator, wash basin, beamed ceiling, timber cladding, radiator, vinyl tile effect flooring
15' 1'' x 11' 8'' (4.59m x 3.55m)
With uPVC double glazed window over the secret garden area, double radiator, beamed ceiling, loft hatch, double uPVC double glazed doors opening out, tiled step, tiled hearth with stone backing and oak mantle housing a cast iron multi fuel burner, wall lighting, cottage style door opens into:
7' 6'' x 3' 9'' (2.28m x 1.14m)
With uPVC double glazed window, corner bath with tiled backing, wall mounted wash basin, WC, tiled flooring, velux roof window, extractor, wall lights
19' 0'' x 15' 5'' (5.79m x 4.70m)
With uPVC double glazed window with slate sills, exposed stone wall housing a further gas log effect burner with large oak mantle over set onto a stone hearth, beamed ceilings, power points, television point, arched uPVC double glazed feature window with slate sill, wall lights, uPVC double glazed double doors open out on the rear elevation and enjoy stunning countryside views, attractive wall lighting, tiled floor
12' 1'' x 16' 11'' (3.68m x 5.15m)
A useful outbuilding constructed in 1927 with power and lighting, currently utilised as a gym with uPVC double glazed door and windows, pine flooring, exposed stone wall, outside lighting. A very versitile hobby room.
The grounds of the property extend to approx 1.84 acres and are approached via a substantial timber gate and allowing access onto a hard standing driveway laid with attractive slate chippings. The driveway also allows access to a substantial detached double garage. The grounds of the property are beautifully maintained with established trees, a secret garden area, multiple low maintenance seating areas and is mostly laid to lawn with unspoiled, breathtaking views enjoyed from an elevated perspective. The grounds need to be seen to be fully appreciated and the setting is nothing short of idyllic.
21' 3'' x 19' 3'' (6.47m x 5.86m)
With personal door to the side having keypad lock, power points, lighting, up and over door and housing the oil tank, fitted storage cupboards
From the We Three Loggerheads pub on your left proceed for approximately 2 miles then bare left onto the B5430 signposted Llanarmon-Yn-Ial and Graianrhyd. Follow the road for approximately 1 mile then turn left onto the unmade lane adjacent to a field with a five bar gate, signposted 'Bryn Haidd'. Follow this lane for a short distance up the hill and the property will be found on your right hand side.
Equidistant from the market towns of Mold and Ruthin, with a wide range of leisure facilities, shopping and schools including Ysgol Bro Famau primary school, the Alun School, Ysgol Brynhyfryd and Ruthin School. The A55 is approximately 9 miles away and provides access to Chester, Liverpool and the motorway network beyond. Local activities include walking the Clwydian Range, mountain biking at Llandegla Forest and fishing on the River Dee.
1 Crown Square