- Detached Country Cottage
- Detached Two Bed Annexe
- Good Sized Gardens
- Sought After Location
- Double Garage/ Workshop
- Three Bedrooms
- Character Accommodation
- Large Driveway
- Stream Along Boundary
Take the Gobowen Road out of Oswestry (B5609) onto the A5 towards Wrexham, at the Gledrid roundabout take the second exit signposted Chirk and proceed until reaching the village. Follow the road through the village turning left opposite the church onto Castle Road (B4500). Continue along this road for approximately 11 miles passing through the villages of Pontfadog, Dolywern, Glyn Ceiriog, Pandy and Tregeiriog. On entering the village continue on the road past the Hand hotel on the left. The property will be seen on the left hand side approximately 100 metres after the primary school.
Having a window to the side, door to the front and a door leading into the lounge.
Lounge 3.62m x 6.55m
A good sized reception room having a window to the front, two windows to the side, deep sills, two radiators, beamed ceiling, Stone fireplace with a wood burning stove inset with a beam over and wall lighting. Doors lead to the rear lobby and dining room and sun room which overlooks and provides access to the front garden.
Dining room 3.61m x 2.34m
Having a square bay window to the front, radiator, stairs leading to the first floor, wall lights and alcove shelving. A door leads through to the kitchen.
Kitchen 3.58m x 3.1m
Having a window to the rear, base and wall units with locally grown ash worktops over, stainless steel sink and mixer tap, plumbing for a dishwasher, Firebird oil fired boiler, Stoves cooker, space for a fridge, plate rack, tiled floor and a pantry off with shelving.
Having a window to the rear, W/C, wash hand basin on a vanity unit with a mixer tap. Shower cubicle with mains shower, modern vertical radiator and tiled floor.
As there is plenty of room to park in the back garden, the back door is used as the main entrance to a hall area with utility and store cupboard off, and an inner hall area, with downstairs shower room off that leads into both the main living room and kitchen.
First Floor Landing
Having a window to the side on the half landing with stained glass. There is a loft hatch and doors leading to the bedrooms and bathroom.
Bedroom One 6.42m x 3.63m
A superb sized bedroom with a window to the front and rear, two radiators, beams in the walls and exposed stone work. It could be possible to split this room if an extra bedroom was required.
Bedroom Two 3.61m x 2.29m
With a window to the front, radiator and solar panel controls.
Bedroom Three 1.51m x 2.27m
Having a Velux to the rear, radiator and telephone point.
Having a panelled bath with a mixer tap and shower head, bidet, W/C and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail, part tiled walls, window to the rear, vinyl floor, shaver point and a linen cupboard off with shelving.
Located just across from the main house is a detached two bedroom annexe. The property offers versatile living accommodation and is set over two floors.
Having a quarry tiled floor, part glazed door to the front, under stairs cupboard and stairs leading off to the first floor.
Ground floor bedroom 1.62m x 2.09 m
With a window to the side, fitted bed and wardrobe, under bed storage draws and a storage heater.
With a window to the side, wash hand basin on a vanity unit with a mixer tap, W/C and walk in double shower, vinyl floor, fully tiled walls and electric wall heater,
Bedroom 2.80m x 4.53m
With a window to the front and a storage heater.
The first floor landing opens onto the kitchen area.
Lounge 4.66m x 2.96m
With a window to the side, storage heater and a brick fireplace.
Fitted with base units with work surface over, space for a fridge, sink unit, window to the side and built in cupboard housing immersion heater.
The South facing enclosed front garden is gravelled and shrubbed with fence panelling and gate leading out to the lane.
Driveway and Parking
A five bar gate at the far end of the driveway leads onto a gravelled parking area for several vehicles which gives access to the garage and the rear of the property. There is a greenhouse and access to the lower gardens.
Garage/ Workshop 5.33m x 5.33m
With two windows to the side and a double doors. The garage is currently used as an artists studio as it has great light but could also be used for vehicles and a large workshop area.
To the rear of the property there is an Indian stone patio with a stream running along the boundary giving access to a lovely summerhouse. There are well stocked planted flower beds and borders. The gardens lead down to further shrubbed and lawned areas with polytunnel and raised vegetable beds and numerous fruit trees and bushes. The garden is a superb size and offers great scope for those keen gardeners or those wanting a lot of space for family and children.
Additional Information from the Vendor
The vendor has informed us that there are fully functional solar panels at the property serving both the house and the annexe. These provide virtually all of the electricity to the property during daylight hours. They stated that they were too late to benefit from any payback, but the panels have still made a lot of difference to reducing their energy bills.
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