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Fronwen, Llangynog

  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Acreage: 0.4
£325,000 OIRO
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Property Features

  • DETACHED HOUSE
  • TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
  • UPGRADED AND MODERNISED
  • BEAUTIFUL COUNTRYSIDE LOCATION
  • EPC RATING E
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • SET ON A PRIVATE ESTATE

Property Summary

A renovated two bedroom detached stone-built cottage occupying a superb position overlooking the Tanat valley. The property has been maintained and upgraded by the current owners and offers breath taking views. In brief the accommodation affords: Porch, living room, dining room, kitchen, utility and shower room. To the first floor are two bedrooms and bathroom. Externally there is a garage/storage area, parking and gardens just under 0.4 acres.

Full Details

LOCATION
Located near the village of Llangynog with its village hall, bowling green, two public houses, and local church. There is a medical clinic in Llanfyllin with further amenities available in the popular market towns of Oswestry and Welshpool, both boasting a wide range of hotels, restaurants, and cafes, major retailers as well as an eclectic mix of independent stores, together with an array of leisure facilities.

Llangynog is a beautiful area especially if you are into your hill walking and outdoor pursuits. The Berwyn Mountain range are lower then the snowdoina peaks so tend to be a little less busy. However, the topmost peaks are rugged and have a distinctive character. Nearby towns include Llangollen and Corwen, which are popular tourist destinations.
The main summits are Cadair Berwyn at 832 metres (2,730 ft) above sea level, Moel Sych at 827 metres (2,713 ft) and Cadair Bronwen at 783 metres (2,569 ft) above sea level. The Berwyn range is crossed to the southwest by the B4391 Milltir Cerrig mountain pass at an elevation of 486 metres (1,594 ft).

Just on the edge of The Snowdonia National Park and south of Lake Bala, Lake Vyrnwy is set amidst the remote and beautiful Berwyn Mountains. With spectacular waterfalls, and unspoilt open countryside, a visit to Lake Vyrnwy is a wonderful day out for all the family. Experience the walks and trails of the 24,000 acre RSPB Reserve, with viewpoints and hides around the Lake to observe the amazing variety of birds and scenery. Walk through the visionary Sculpture Park below the Dam. There are plenty of activities too, including boating, adventure activities, cycle hire, walking and horse trails. There are local craft shops to visit and excellent places to eat. Stay a while in the wide range of high quality accommodation, some offering brand new spa facilities. Rough shooting, fly fishing and clay pigeon shooting are available too.

PORCH
Outbuilt porch with windows to the front and sides, and wood and glazed door, tiled flooring, and door into;

LIVING ROOM 3.43m x 2.51m
Full of character with exposed stone inglenook and inset log burner, grey limestone tiled flooring, radiator, beams to ceiling, double glazed casement window to the front with deep sills and views of the open countryside, ceiling light and door into utility and opening into;

DINING ROOM 2.54m x 2.26m
With continuation of grey limestone tiled flooring, window to the front and rear, beams to ceiling, radiator, ceiling light, under stair storage and door into;

KITCHEN 3.43m x 2.24m
Country style kitchen with base units and work surfaces over, Belfast sink with mixer tap and drainer, breakfast bar below a window to the front capturing the beautiful views. Integral oven and four ring gas hob with extractor hood over, integral dishwasher, void for fridge/freezer, grey limestone tiled flooring and radiator.

UTILITY ROOM 2.34m x 1.68m
Base units and work surfaces over, integrated washing machine, inset sink with mixer tap and drainer below double glazed casement window to the rear, heated towel rail, floor mounted Worcester boiler, grey limestone tiled flooring and ceiling light. Door into;

SHOWER ROOM 2.29m x 0.74m
Fitted with a walk in shower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin. Part tiled walls, ceiling light and window to the rear.

FIRST FLOOR
With double glazed casement window to the front elevation, ceiling light and doors off too;

BEDROOM ONE 3.43m x 2.36m
Double room with double glazed casement window to the front capturing the beautiful views, radiator and ceiling light.

BEDROOM TWO 3.63m x 3.68m
Double room with double glazed casement window to the front and side elevations, ceiling light and radiator.

BATHROOM 2.51m x 1.50m
Modern suite with deep roll top 'Albion' bath, wash hand basin and low level WC. Heated towel rail, part tiled walls, ceiling light and window to the rear.

EXTERNAL

GARAGE/STORAGE
Part of the garage has been converted to the utility room. There is an up and over door to the driveway, space for storage, power and lighting.

PARKING
there is a turning point and parking area for several vehicles.

GARDENS
To the front of the property there is a patio sitting area, and walkway around to the rear garden. The gardens wrap around and are mainly laid to lawn with plants and shrubbery. The gardens are sloped, but have some beautiful sitting areas capturing the stunning open countryside. The garden roughly measures just under 0.4 acres.

PLANNING PERMISSION
The current owners have had planning permission reference: 20/0925/HH
This is valid for 5 years dated from October 2020
The planning permission that had been granted was for a two storey extension to include a third bedroom and additional family room.

GENERAL NOTES
TENURE
We understand the tenure is Freehold. We would recommend this is verified during pre-contract enquiries.

FIXTURE AND FITTINGS
The owners are open to selling separately some fixtures and fittings and items of furniture, such as the sofs, beds etc
Light fittings and shades to be included.

SERVICES
We are advised that mains electric, oil central heating, private water supply and septic tank. We would recommend this is verified during pre-contract enquiries. Broadband Download Speed: Standard 1 Mbps & Ultrarfast 1000 Mbps. Mobile Service outdoor is Likely.
FLOOD RISK: Very Low. Freesat satellite dish and cabling.

COUNCIL TAX BANDING
We understand the council tax band is E with Powys county council. We would recommend this is confirmed during pre-contact enquires.

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