Woodhead estates are proud to present this four bedroom character detached residence to the market . Partly dating back 400 years, set within approximately 5.5 acres, this exceptional country residence boasts inglenook fireplaces, period features, 3 reception rooms, open plan kitchen, double garage with integral workshop and enviable surrounding gardens. Viewings are highly recommended to appreciate this property.
Leaving Oswestry take the A5 signed Wrexham, at Gledrid roundabout take the second exit B5070 signed to Chirk, upon entering the town take the first left opposite St David Forncysyllte Church onto the B4500 Castle Road. Continue on the B4500 through Pontfadog and Dolywern to Glyn Ceiriog. Continue through Glyn Ceiriog village where the property can be found approx ½ mile on the right opposite the sign for Dol Hir.
The entrance has outside security light and a wooden and glazed door which leads into:
Entrance hall 11'02' X 7'04' (3.40m X 2.24m)
With exposed wood work, access to loft space, feature display recesses, recess lighting, single glazed window to side aspect, panelled radiator, quarry tiled floor, opening leading to dining room and door leading into:
Garden lounge 27'02' X 16'04' (8.28m X 4.98m)
The garden lounge boasts a feature brick fire place with wood burning stove and exposed wooden beam above, exposed wood work to ceiling, wood block flooring, pine corner seat, recess lighting, access to boarded loft space with drop down ladder, two panelled radiators, double glazed windows to front, side and rear aspect showing off views of the Glyn Ceiriog Valley, wooden and glazed patio doors to side aspect and stair case descending to lower ground level hallway.
With a double glazed window to side aspect and door leading into:
Bedroom two 12'08' X 9'1' (3.86m X 2.77m)
Having built in wardrobes, access to loft space, dado rail, radiator and double glazed window to front aspect.
Bedroom three 10'02' X 8'10' (3.10m X 2.69m)
Bedroom three also benefits from built in wardrobes, dado rail, recess lighting, panelled radiator and a double glazed window to front aspect.
The shower room has a three piece suite comprising: WC, pedestal wash hand basin, a corner walk in shower unit, complementary tiling to walls and floor, shaver point, panelled radiator and a double glazed window to rear aspect.
Dining room 15'04' X 12'03' (4.67m X 3.73m)
The dining room benefits from having the original stone inglenook fireplace with oak beam over and wood burning stove with back boiler, exposed beams to ceiling, quarry tiled floor continuing from entrance hall, original stone staircase rising to first floor landing, glazed window to rear aspect and a double glazed window to front aspect.
Snug 15'10' X 12'03' (4.83m X 3.73m)
The snug also has an inglenook stone fireplace with original bread oven and solid beam over, raised slate hearth, exposed beams to ceiling, built in wine cellar (where originally had stairs to first floor), single glazed windows to dual aspects and panelled radiator.
The laundry benefits from a range of base and eye level fitted units, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, exposed beams to ceiling, There is a double glazed window to front and single glazed window to rear aspect, single bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over and complementary tiled splash back to work top surfaces, 'Tiranco Eurostar' oil fired boiler supplied by 600 and a wooden and glazed door to rear garden. Integrated office space area.
Open plan kitchen 17'10' X 10'04' (5.44m X 3.15m)
The kitchen has exposed beams to ceiling and boasts a range of fitted base and eye level units with additional glass fronted china display cabinets, two and a quarter bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over & tweeny waste disposal unit under, work top surfaces with complementary tiled splash back, double oven, four ring gas hob, four ring electric hob with extractor fan over, space for fridge freezer and additional space for fridge with plumbing for dish washer, complementary tiled floor with under floor heating to both kitchen and laundry room glazed windows surround the kitchen giving garden views The breakfast area has French doors opening onto the front patio and two picture windows overlooking Ceiriog Valley.
(off original feature stone staircase.)
With panelled radiator, walk in storage room, glazed window to rear aspect, 'Velux' window and spot lights.
Bedroom four 11'03' X 7'04' (3.43m X 2.24m)
With access to loft space, dual aspect glazed windows, panelled radiator, spot lights, exposed beams, wardrobes to recess & airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.
With a white suite comprising: WC, pedestal wash hand basin, corner bath with complementary tilled splash back, tiling to floor, glazed window to front aspect and recessed lighting.
Master bedroom 17'00' X 13'00' (5.18m X 3.96m)
The period features continue through to the master bedroom with exposed beams, panelled radiator, recess lighting, double glazed window to rear aspect, glazed window to front aspect, 'Velux' window and access to loft space. Door leading into:
En suite 9'03' X 5'09' (2.82m X 1.75m)
The en suite has a three piece suite comprising: WC, pedestal wash hand basin with complementary tiled splash back, single panel bath, complementary tiling to walls and floor, panelled radiator, recessed lighting, exposed beams and a glazed window to front aspect.
There are two garden sheds (12' x 8' & 20' x 8') giving ample storage for garden machinery.
Having a gated access which leads to a sweeping gravel driveway which provides ample parking for vehicles.
The workshop has water supplied and a WC. A wooden and glazed door to outside.
Double garage 20'00' X 16'06' (6.10m X 5.03m)
With a pull up and over door, light and power supplied, fitted shelving. Space for further garage (subject to local planning permission.)
The garden is a real feature of this property and set in approximately five and a half acres. The garden is sectioned and to the left of the property is landscaped with two fish pools stocked with Koi and Orfe, pathways with seating areas with mature well stocked flower and herbaceous borders. To the side of the property is an allotment area, a vegetable plot with a garden shed.
The rear garden was planted as an arboretum of which trees include; Gedista, Robina, Black Walnut, Manna Ash and Copper Beech to name but a few. To the rear of the property the land extends with natural woodlands with a wide variety of trees left to the habitat for wildlife.
All measurements mentioned in these sales particulars are approximate.
It is believed that this property is freehold, but we are unable to confirm this as we have no access to the documentation. Should you proceed with the purchase of this property these details must be verified by your solicitor/conveyancer.
Please note that any services, heating systems or appliances have not been tested, and no warranty can be given or implied as to their working order.
Woodhead Estates Ltd have not checked rights of way, footpaths, covenants, easements, wayleaves, nor existing or proposed planning permissions concerning this property or the surrounding area.
Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned above to be agreed with the Seller.
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