- Detached Country Home
- Stunning Location
- Adjoining Paddocks
- Character Single Glazed Windows Throughout!
- Double Garage
- Three Bedrooms
- Full Of Character
- Far Reaching Views
- Perfect for Equestrian Use
Town and Country Oswestry offer this beautiful country property dating in part to 1839 and earlier, and nestling in the hills on the outskirts of Moelfre with far reaching views and a truly tranquil location. The property has been lovingly maintained by the present owners but with room for some updating which is reflected in the price revision to enable the buyers to inject their personality into an already charming property. The accommodation offers well laid out rooms with three reception rooms and three bedrooms. To the outside there are various outbuildings and the property, occupying a plot of around 4.36 acres includes very well kept paddocks which run along the front of the property. A fantastic opportunity for the equestrian buyer or those looking for a rural retreat. Rarely available and not to be missed!
From Oswestry take Racecourse road out of the town and head towards Llansilin. When entering the village take the 2nd right signposted for Moelfre and turn right just after the car dealership. Follow this road for approximately 1 mile and turn right signposted Moelfre in the dip. Follow this road for approximately half a mile where the property will be found on the left hand side. Please note- the property will be seen around half a mile before the satellite navigation shows it.
The hallway has a door leading out to the driveway, a window to the side, quarry tiled flooring, stairs leading off to the first floor, radiator, wall lights and an under stairs cupboard with the meters and fuse board. Doors lead to the cloakroom and the kitchen.
The cloakroom has a window to the front, wash hand basin, low level w.c., quarry tiled flooring, plumbing and space for a washing machine, a radiator and access to the loft space.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.50m x 2.93m (14'9" x 9'7")
The country style kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall units with work surfaces over, a window and stable door to the front leading onto the garden, part tiled walls, quarry tiled flooring, One and a half bowl ceramic sink with a mixer tap over, telephone point, plumbing for a dishwasher and a space for a fridge freezer. There is a central Aga range cooker used for the cooking which runs off economy 7. The kitchen leads through to the breakfast room and a door leads through to the sitting room.
Breakfast Room 3.86m x 2.52m (12'7" x 8'3")
A bright room having two windows to the side and a large window to the front, quarry tiled flooring, radiator and a Mistral oil fired boiler (around 12 months old).
Sitting Room 4.54m x 3.52m (14'10" x 11'6")
A cosy yet good sized room full of character having a bow window to the front, radiator, a window to the rear, original beamed ceiling, large inglenook fireplace with a log burning stove inset on a slate hearth, wall lights, TV point and a stable door leading out to the front garden. A door leads through to the lounge.
Lounge 4.43m x 4.06m (14'6" x 13'3")
The lounge is another great reception room having a bow window to the front, a window to the side, two radiators, wall lights, TV point, original beamed ceiling and a fireplace with an ornate log burning stove on a brick hearth.
First Floor Landing
The first floor landing has two windows to the rear, wall lighting, radiator, cloaks cupboard off, large walk in closet (which has access to the roof space via a loft hatch) and doors leading to the bedrooms, bathroom and W/C.
There is a separate W/C with a wash hand basin, large mirror and light with shaving point. .
The bathroom is fitted with a P shaped bath with a mixer tap and pumped shower head over, curved glass screen, part tiled walls, low level W/C ,wash hand basin with a mixer tap over, radiator, mirror with shaving point, a window to the side and vinyl flooring.
Bedroom One 3.63m x 2.98m (11'10" x 9'9")
The double bedroom has a window to the front with views over the gardens and paddocks, exposed timbers and a radiator.
Bedroom Two 4.53m x 3.65m (14'10" x 11'11")
The second double bedroom has two windows to the front taking in the far reaching views, exposed timbers, radiator and access to the loft.
Bedroom Three 4.56m x 4.12m (14'11" x 13'6" )
The main double bedroom has two windows to the side with great views, a window to the front over looking the garden and paddocks, access to the loft, exposed timbers, two radiators and a telephone point.
To The Outside
The property is easily accessible from the country lane that leads to the pretty hamlet of Moelfre.
Gates lead onto the gravelled driveway which gives access to the barn, stables and fields. The driveway sweeps around to the rear of the barn leading to the double garage and the house. There is parking for numerous vehicles along with turning space. An outside tap is provided along with a wood store.
Double Garage 5.83mx 5.17m (19'1"x 16'11")
The detached double garage has two up and over doors, power and lighting,
Stable 4.63m x 3.65m (15'2" x 11'11")
The first stone stable has stable doors to either side of the space giving good access, and has the benefit of power and lighting.
To the top side of the stable there is a good sized adjoining double height stone barn with double timber doors to the front leading onto the driveway, power and lighting, eaves storage and a door to the rear. The oil tank is located here and there is plenty of space to create a large workshop or for housing animals. A door leads through to the second stable.
The second stable is currently split into two having two sets of doors, it also has the benefit of power and lighting.
A stone wall and garden gate lead onto the front of the property where there is a well established garden. There is a gravelled sitting area along the front with extensive lawned and shrubbed gardens beyond, an ornamental pond and stone storage shed. Further gardens run below the driveway having a greenhouse and vegetable plots. A gate gives access to the paddocks below.
The entire area that the property occupies extends to approximately 4.36 acres as per the red boundary line. The land is divided into six well fenced areas. Two paddocks have access to the stream that borders the land. There are also two open fronted field shelters and good gated access onto the lane at the top of the fields ideal for moving stock or loading from the road. There is also a goat shed and second shed ideal for providing shelter for animals.
The property benefits from a large man made pond, surrounded by trees and shrubs, this is a truly tranquil place to relax and take in the scenery. To the bottom of the paddocks there is an area with four goose sheds, large storage shed and two poultry sheds.
Around The Pond
View Towards The House
The property has a date stone dated 1839. it is however believed that the property may be older in parts. The current vendors also inform us the the broadband is a good strength and is between 27-44 megs (super fast fibre).
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To make an offer, please call our sales office on 01691 679631 and speak to a member of the sales team.
To Book a Viewing
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We understand the property is freehold although purchasers must make their own enquiries via their solicitor.
The Council tax is payable to Powys County Council and we believe the property to be in Band F.
The agents have not tested the appliances listed in the particulars.
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