Bowen Son and Watson are delighted with instructions to offer 7 Maes Y Fedwen in Brynegwlys for sale by private treaty. The property offers spacious and flexible living accommodation set in a private plot within this small cul-de-sac of properties. The central heating system has been upgraded with the installation of a 'Worcester Greenstar' oil-fired combination boiler which, alongside replacement uPVC windows and additional insulation, has greatly improved the property's energy efficiency. The surrounding countryside provides for a picturesque rural setting, however the road network also allows for easy access to nearby centres.
The property is located in the small rural village of Bryneglwys (see www.bryneglwys.co.uk). The village has a small shop and a public house which is undergoing a scheme of renovation and is easily accessible by road. Corwen, which offers a selection of local amenities, is located approximately 6.5 miles to the southwest, while Llangollen (11 miles) and Ruthin (9 miles) are both within reach. Onward connections are good with the A5104 linking with the City of Chester and the motorway network beyond.
A part-glazed door at the front of the property leads into:
16' 11'' x 6' 9'' (5.16m x 2.07m)
Wood flooring, two radiators, telephone point, staircase to first floor landing, door to integral garage and separate doors off to:
17' 7'' x 12' 4'' (5.37m x 3.77m) max
'Stovax' cassette multifuel fireplace, wood flooring, radiator, satellite TV point and sliding glazed door to decking.
Open plan Kitchen/Dining Room
24' 0'' x 12' 4'' (7.31m x 3.77m)
High specification range of fitted light-oak base/eye level wall units with locally sourced slate worktops/up-standers over, and an inset 1.5 bowl sink/drainer. Two integrated fridges, integrated freezer and dishwasher. Space, plumbing and oak door for washing machine, large built-in pantry cupboard with lighting, under-counter lighting and heater, Italian tile flooring, high-flow 'Worcester' oil-fired combination boiler with airing cupboard above, vertical radiator, fitted breakfast bar, TV point and part-glazed uPVC door to rear gardens.
12' 4'' x 9' 7'' (3.77m x 2.93m)
Radiator and fitted bookshelves.
10' 5'' x 7' 3'' (3.18m x 2.22m)
Fitted desk, telephone point and radiator.
Low-level flush w.c., wash hand basin with vanity unit below, tiled flooring, heated towel rail and automated lighting.
Staircase to first floor landing
Access to loft space, built-in airing cupboard and doors off to:
17' 7'' into bay x 12' 5'' (5.37m x 3.78m) max
Built-in full-length wardrobes with shelving space and split-level hanging rails. Radiator, access to storage areas in eaves and dormer window to front.
17' 8'' into bay x 14' 0'' (5.38m x 4.27m) max
Fitted wardrobes with full length/split-level hanging rails, shelving and space for appliance. Access to storage areas in eaves, dormer window to front and radiator.
12' 5'' x 6' 5'' (3.78m x 1.96m)
High specification suite comprising double-ended bath, separate double shower cubicle with high-flow rainfall shower, 'Grohe whisper' w.c. with 'Roca' rimless wall-hung pan, wash hand basin with vanity unit beneath, granite tops, Italian tiled walls, non-slip tiled flooring which is 'tanked' to all boundaries, remote controlled multi-colour lighting, 'his and hers' heated towel rails, 'Velux' window with ventilation and fitted wall cabinets with two shaver points.
15' 10'' x 8' 10'' (4.82m x 2.68m)
Internal walls, ceiling and door clad in 'Kingspan' insulation board, electric up/over insulated door to driveway, and light/power/water facilities laid on.
At the front of the property the driveway is bordered by lawned gardens, shrubs and hedging. To the rear the generously sized gardens, which extend to approximately 20 metres in length, have been much improved to include a large decked seating area and level lawns interspersed by beautifully stocked flowering beds. Also included is a useful tool shed, potting shed and a workshop with steel roof and power/light facilities.
EPC Rating - Band 'D' (60).
Council Tax Band
Denbighshire County Council, County Hall, Wynnstay Road, Ruthin, LL15 1YN.
From Llangollen centre proceed down Castle Street over the Dee Valley bridge and at the junction turn left towards the Horseshoe Pass. Follow the road out of the town and up over the Horseshoe Pass continuing past the Ponderosa Cafe and down to the roundabout junction with the A5104. Turn left here towards Bryneglwys and follow the road ahead. Take the second left hand turning and continue to the centre of the village. After the central crossroads take the turning left into Maes Y Fedwen and the property will be found on the right hand side.