Bowen Son and Watson with Kent Jones are delighted with instructions to offer Bryn View on Gilfach Road just outside Froncysyllte for sale by private treaty. Occupying an elevated plot with stunning views this beautiful family property combines the comfort of modern living with the retention of characterful features. Externally the property includes private gardens and an area of mixed deciduous woodland. The property is warmed by a duel fuel heating system with the solid fuel 'Stanley' range cooker running the central heating system in conjunction with the recent installation of an oil fired boiler.
Bryn View is located on the fringes of the village of Froncysyllte in the Vale of Llangollen. The well known Llangollen Canal and aqueduct are nearby while the popular towns of Chirk (3 miles) and Llangollen (4 miles) are also 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.
A part glazed door at the front of the property leads into:
Wood flooring and opening into:
12' 7'' x 8' 3'' (3.84m x 2.51m)
Wood flooring, radiator, staircase to first floor landing and doors off to:
25' 2'' x 14' 9'' (7.68m x 4.49m)
Multi fuel burner with brick surround, wood flooring, two radiators, beams to ceiling and glazed French doors to gardens.
11' 11'' x 11' 9'' (3.62m x 3.59m)
Cast iron feature fireplace with tiled surround, wood flooring, radiator, beams to ceiling and French doors to gardens.
8' 5'' x 7' 7'' (2.57m x 2.31m)
Wood flooring and radiator.
14' 8'' x 11' 10'' (4.46m x 3.61m)
Bespoke fitted Kitchen comprising a range of base/eye level wall units with internal drawers and solid wood worktops over. Inset two bowl ceramic sink and drainer, space for cooker with extractor hood over, 'Stanley' solid fuel range cooker (runs C/H & H/W systems alongside Oil boiler), quarry tiled flooring, space for fridge freezer, beams to ceiling and glazed door to gardens.
12' 4'' x 6' 2'' (3.76m x 1.88m)
Fitted base units with solid wood worktop over and internal drawer. Inset ceramic sink unit, space/plumbing for washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher, wood flooring and recently installed 'Firebird Olympic S 70-90' oil fired boiler which will shortly be connected into heating/hot water system.
Low level flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, wood flooring, radiator and extractor fan.
Staircase to first floor landing
Airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and pipework linking duel fuel heating system, access to loft space, radiator and extractor fan.
25' 4'' x 14' 10'' (7.71m x 4.52m) includes en suite
Two radiators and door to:
8' 10'' x 7' 4'' (2.69m x 2.23m)
Suite comprising panel bath, separate shower cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush w.c. Tiled floor, part tiled walls, radiator and extractor fan.
14' 3'' x 12' 5'' (4.35m x 3.79m) max
Radiator and countryside views.
12' 0'' x 13' 8'' narrowing to 10' 0" (3.65m x 4.16m narrowing to 3.04m)
11' 11'' x 11' 8'' (3.63m x 3.55m)
9' 10'' x 5' 5'' (3.00m x 1.64m)
Suite comprising panel bath, separate shower cubicle with mixer shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush w.c. Tiled floor, part tiled walls, radiator and extractor fan.
20' 11'' x 15' 0'' (6.38m x 4.57m)
Power and water supplies are currently externally located at the building (not currently connected internally).
The property includes circa 0.85 acres (0.34 ha) of gardens, grounds and woodland. To the southern side of the property is a gravelled seating area leading to lawned gardens with views of the surrounding countryside and an adjoining driveway providing an off road parking space. To the other side of the property a large stone driveway leads off Gilfach Road to a turning/parking area and the former Shippon. This is adjoined by further lawned gardens and a stone seating area which adjoins the property. On the other side of the driveway is a timber garage (20 ft x 14 ft) and the mixed deciduous woodland.
Council Tax Band & Local Authority
Council Tax Band - 'G'. Wrexham County Borough Council.
From Chirk turn left onto Station Avenue and proceed out of the town over the mini roundabout, following the road around to the right passing Chirk Castle's White Gates on your left. Continue to follow the road ahead rising upwards for circa two miles keeping left at the fork in the road. As the road widens you will see a Red Post Box on your right hand side. Keep left here and follow the road for approximately 0.5 miles, keeping right as you pass a farm on your right hand side and after passing through a series of bends the property will be found on your left hand side.