This detached stone cottage, dating back to circa 1648, with stunning countryside views, having the addition of approximately 2 acres of land, outbuildings, vegetable allotment and chicken runs, has been sympathetically upgraded by the present owners and provides the perfect getaway for those buyers looking to escape the rat race and enjoy country living.
The property is ideally situated within easy access of the ever popular town of Betws Y Coed and Snowdonia, The Mount also lends itself to be an ideal holiday cottage.
The accommodation retains many original features including Inglenook Fireplace, Multi Fuel Burners, exposed ceiling beams and quarry tiled flooring and comprises Entrance Porch, Lounge/ Dining Room, Inner Hallway, Cottage Kitchen, Two Bedrooms and Family Bathroom.
There are extensive, natural gardens, gated off road parking, a vegetable allotment, chicken runs, various outbuildings and a separate paddock.
The Vendors will be purchasing another property.
6'5" x 4'5" Having a feature date plaque set into the wall, oak door, slating flooring and door to the Lounge.
24.2" x 14'9" max narrowing to 6'10" Having an impressive feature Inglenook Fireplace with exposed timber beams, inset multi fuel burner, quarry tiled flooring, dual aspect Georgian style windows with deep display sills and attractive window shutters. There is a further multi fuel burner to the opposite end of the room which has a back burner and fuels the hot water system.
Quarry tiled flooring, rear aspect window, step up to the kitchen and door leading through to the staircase.
9'10" x 9'8" max into recess Fitted with a range of cottage units with wood block work surfaces, inset belfast sink, feature working aga cooker, rear aspect double glazed window and stable door.
Cottage Utility Room
8'7" x 7'4" A lean to Utility Room with window and plumbing for washing machine.
16'0" max x 14'8" Having exposed, stripped floorboards, dual aspect timber framed windows offering wonderful views, with deep display sills and window shutters, radiator and staircase to the ground floor.
14'8" x 8'1" max Having front aspect timber framed window with stunning, countryside views and radiator.
Panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, built in storage cupboard with further recessed storage, radiator and large velux style double glazed window with far reaching views.
The property is set in extensive grounds being made up of an informal cottage garden, a good sized patio area and a large area of raised vegetable beds with soft fruit bushes. There is a gated driveway providing off road parking for a number of vehicles and access to the garage/ outbuildings and also access to the adjacent paddock.
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