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Yr Ochr Froncysyllte, Nr Llangollen Offers in Excess of £235,500

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  • Individual Detached Cottage
  • In Approximately Half an Acre
  • Spectacular Views over Dee Valley
  • 2 Receptions. Dining Kitchen
  • 2 Bedrooms. Bathroom
  • Many Character Elements

An individual detached cottage occupying gardens and grounds in total extending to approximately half an acre enjoying spectacular views over the Dee Valley and World Heritage Site including the River itself and Aqueduct etc. The cottage provides traditional accommodation with two reception rooms together with a dining kitchen and pantry with two bedrooms and a bathroom to the first floor. The property has particular features including hand-painted walls with a "William Morris" design to the bedroom and an under-sea theme to the bathroom together with character elements including an open fireplace, tiled flooring etc. Viewing recommended.

The Accommodation

(with approximate room dimensions) on The Ground Floor comprises:-

Entrance Porch

Approached through a part glazed Georgian-style door. Quarry tiled floor.

Inner Hallway

Period tessellated tiled floor. Understairs storage cupboard off.


12' 1'' x 9' 2'' (3.68m x 2.79m)

Views over the Dee Valley. Open fireplace with slate hearth having focal point electric stove effect fire. Television aerial point. Telephone point. Fitted shelving. Radiator.

Inner Hall

with stairs off.


8' 2'' x 3' 9'' (2.48m x 1.15m)

Fitted cold slab. Fitted shelving. Window.

Kitchen and Dining Room

13' 1'' x 11' 8'' (3.99m x 3.55m)

Recently refitted with range of traditional style grey toned panel fronted units comprising stainless steel single drainer sink unit set into range of base storage cupboards and drawer pack set beneath solid wood block topped work surfaces. Separate double storage cupboard. Fitted shelving. Space for free-standing cooker with gas point. Quarry tiled floor. Exposed beams to ceiling. Space for refrigerator/freezer. Radiator. Feature recessed arch with beam lintel over and exposed stonework behind. Window to rear yard.


13' 10'' x 4' 4'' (4.21m x 1.33m)

Quarry tiled flooring. Space with plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Space for tumble dryer. Wall mounted "Baxi" gas fired central heating boiler. Fitted shelving.


13' 3'' x 9' 3'' (4.04m x 2.82m)

Radiator. Window to front enjoying extensive views over the Dee Valley. Fitted shelving. Fitted coat hooks. Glazed back door.

On The First Floor:


Window having views over the Dee Valley.

No. 1 Bedroom

12' 3'' x 9' 2'' (3.74m x 2.80m)

Featuring hand-painted wall in a "William Morris" design. Radiator. Extensive views over the Dee Valley. Ledge and brace door.

Inner Landing


No. 2 Bedroom

11' 11'' x 7' 6'' (3.64m x 2.29m)

Windows to return elevations enjoying fine views. Radiator. Fitted shelving. Ledge and brace door.


Featuring hand-painted walls with an "under-sea" scene having a period style suite comprising an enamel panelled bath, close flush w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Part tiling to walls. Tiled splash-back to wash basin. Radiator. Ledge and brace door.


The property occupies established sloping gardens with meandering pathways with feature areas including various sitting points, which soak in the fine views that are available from each zone. The upper garden has steps with a stone retaining wall from a paved rear yard. There is a pathway to the highway. On the first upper level there is a seating point with ornamental pool. The lower garden is set on various levels with pathways connecting substantial timber Outbuildings, which have been formerly utilised as an Artists Studio and Store. The whole of the ownership extends (source: Promap Ordnance Survey) to approximately 0.5 acres or so. Off-Road Parking is available for up to five vehicles.


By prior appointment with the Agents.

Council Tax Band:

The property is valued in Band "D".


EPC Rating - Band F (27)




Leave Llangollen Town on the A5 in the direction of Chirk. Follow the valley into Froncysyllte and upon entering the village turn hard right onto Alma Road. Continue up the hill bearing hard left at the hairpin bend, ascending again before taking the right-hand turning into "Yr Ochr". The property will then be approached on the left-hand side with parking spaces opposite.

Yr Ochr Froncysyllte
Nr Llangollen LL20 7RS
County: Wrexham
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: LPS/0674
Last Updated: Monday, 09 May 2022 15:20

P: 01978 860346

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