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Holyhead Road Froncysyllte, Llangollen Guide Price £465,000

  • Historic Grade II listed country property near Llangollen.
  • Set in approx 2.72 acres (1.10 ha) of gardens, grounds & woodland.
  • Offers huge potential for further improvement.
  • Oil fired central heating and useful timber framed outbuilding.
  • Includes former Coach House - currently used as successful holiday let.
  • Please contact our Llangollen office for further information.

Bowen Son & Watson are delighted with instructions to offer this historic Grade II listed country property which is believed to have been constructed circa 1771 with a later extensions added circa 1830. Cwm Alis Hall is ideally located off the A5 between the village of Froncysyllte and the renowned centre of Llangollen. It includes a former Coach House and approximately 2.72 acres (1.10 ha) of mature gardens, grounds and woodland which makes for a most idyllic setting. Internally there is well proportioned living accommodation which has great potential for further improvement and alteration. Externally the large gardens include a useful timber framed workshop/stable building. Internal inspection is essential in order to fully appreciate this rare addition to the sales market.

Holyhead Road Froncysyllte
Llangollen LL20 7PT
County: Denbighshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: LPS/0547


Cwm Alis Hall and Coach House are located in a private position set back from the A5 near Froncysyllte in the Vale of Llangollen. The village of Froncysyllte is approximately 1.5 miles away while the popular towns of Chirk (4 miles) and Llangollen (2.5 miles) are close at hand and offer a wide range of facilities and amenities. Llangollen is a historic market town situated on the banks of the river Dee which is internationally renowned for the Eisteddfod. There is easy access onto the A5/A483 providing direct links to the larger towns of Oswestry, Wrexham & Shrewsbury as well as the City of Chester.

Main House Accommodation

Glazed doors lead into:

Sun Room

11' 3'' x 7' 11'' (3.43m x 2.42m includes shower room)

With doors off to:

Shower Room

Radiator, low level flush w.c., wash hand basin and shower cubicle with electric shower.


Tiled floor and opening to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

15' 0'' x 11' 11'' (4.58m x 3.63m)

Fitted base/eye level wall units with worktops over and inset belfast sink unit. 'Rayburn' oil fired range cooker, tiled floor, space for fridge and dishwasher, radiator and opening to:

Family Room

16' 10'' x 13' 7'' (5.12m x 4.13m)

Quarry tile flooring, telephone point, exposed beams and doors off to:

Laundry Room

'Firebird' oil fired boiler, space/plumbing for washing machine and dryer, water filtration system and spiral staircase to storage area.

Sitting Room

12' 0'' x 12' 0'' (3.67m x 3.66m)

Inglenook fireplace with multi fuel burner, radiator and glazed door to front of property.


Staircase to first floor landing and opening to:

Dining Room

12' 6'' x 8' 10'' (3.81m x 2.68m)

Radiator and doors off to:


11' 9'' x 10' 11'' (3.58m x 3.33m)

Fireplace (Currently out of service) with carved pine surround, fitted book shelves and radiator.

Reception Hall

Tiled floor, staircase to first floor landing, radiator, part glazed door to gardens and door off to:

Living Room

14' 8'' x 13' 11'' (4.48m x 4.24m)

Cast iron open fireplace, radiator and glazed doors to gardens.

Staircase to First Floor Landing

Radiator, access to loft space and doors off to:

Bedroom One

14' 6'' x 12' 2'' (4.42m x 3.70m)

Radiator and opening to dressing area with fitted wardrobes and door to:

En suite

Shower cubicle with mixer shower, wash hand basin, low level flush w.c. and bidet. Tiled floor, part tiled walls and extractor fan.

Bedroom Two

12' 2'' x 10' 2'' (3.70m x 3.09m)

Fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom Six/Laundry Room

10' 6'' x 9' 3'' (3.21m x 2.82m)

Radiator and fitted wall shelves.


Panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush w.c. Airing cupboard, radiator and part tiled walls.

Rear Landing

With doors off to:

Bedroom Three

14' 9'' x 11' 10'' (4.49m x 3.60m)

Feature fireplace and radiator.

Bedroom Four

11' 9'' x 11' 11'' (3.58m x 3.64m)

Feature fireplace, radiator and wash hand basin.

Bedroom Five

10' 7'' x 10' 5'' (3.22m x 3.18m)

Overstairs cupboard and radiator.


9' 2'' x 6' 7'' (2.80m x 2.00m)

Panel bath with mixer shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush w.c. Radiator, part tiled walls and airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.


Low level flush w.c., wash hand basin, radiator and extractor fan.


The Hall and Coach House are set within approximately 2.72 acres of gardens, grounds and woodland. Driveways at either end of the property lead off the roadway to the respective parking areas. The gardens also include extensive lawns, flowering beds and mature woodland. The driveway continues ahead to a useful timber framed workshop/stable building.

The Coach House

The Grade II listed Coach House was constructed circa 1830 and retains a wealth of character. There is oil fired central heating throughout while the large ground floor store rooms offer huge potential for alternative use/further improvement. The property was previously used as a successful Holiday Let with bookings taken throughout the year. This provided a valuable income stream and the use could be continued in the future if required.


Hallway with staircase to first floor landing, door to store room and separate door to Shower Room - shower cubicle with electric shower, wash hand basin and low level flush w.c. Staircase to first floor landing with radiator, access to loft space, large storage cupboard and doors off to: Kitchen 11' 1'' x 9' 1'' (3.39m x 2.76m) Fitted units with worktops over and inset sink/drainer. Space for cooker/fridge and doors off to: Living/Dining Room 18' 1'' x 18' 0'' (5.52m x 5.49m) Open fireplace, two radiators, TV point and glazed doors to balcony. Bedroom One 18' 3'' x 15' 1'' (5.57m x 4.59m) Two radiators and pedestal wash hand basin. Bedroom Two 9' 1'' x 7' 2'' (2.76m x 2.18m) Radiator. Bathroom 8' 0'' x 5' 5'' (2.45m x 1.64m) Panel bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush w.c. Part tiled walls and radiator. Ground Floor Store Room 18' 0'' x 11' 5'' (5.48m x 3.49m max plus 2.22m x 2.20m) Door to driveway, door to garage and separate internal door to: Store Room/Studio 18' 0'' x 18' 1'' (5.49m x 5.50m) 'Redfyre' oil fired boiler and door to driveway. Garage 20' 0'' x 15' 0'' (6.10m x 4.56m) Double doors to driveway.

Council Tax Band & Local Authority

Council Tax Band - 'H'. Denbighshire County Council.


We are informed that the properties are connected to a private bore hole fed water supply and has a septic tank drainage system with oil fired central heating.

Viewings & Further Information

For further information or to arrange a viewing please contact our Llangollen office on (01978) 860346.


Leave the A483 at the Halton roundabout following the signs for Llangollen. Follow the A5 towards Llangollen and after passing through the village you will eventually come to a large layby on your left hand side. The driveway to the property can be found leading of this layby through a gated entrance.

Holyhead Road Froncysyllte
Llangollen LL20 7PT
County: Denbighshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: LPS/0547
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