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Offers Over £525,000
- A Detached Welsh Stone House
- Three Storey
- Surrounded By Rolling Hills
- Five Bedrooms
- Sat On A 1.73 Acre Plot
- A Wonderful Family Home
- Close To Picturesque Village
- Viewing Highly Recommended
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Arllwyn has the best of both worlds; you're living the rural dream but your neighbours are just minutes away as is the pretty village of Llanrhaeadr with its pubs, butchers, country stores, newsagents, fish and chip shop, doctors, and dental surgery it has a lovely a real sense of community.
On the doorstep are the most scenic country walks, sailing, and equestrian opportunities. At the end of the road is a stunning waterfall, which is one of the seven wonders of Wales. There is also a very good primary school and a good selection of other state and independent schools nearby.
The property is approached via a steep tarmac driveway with parking at the top for two cars. A pathway leads around to the front door and into the HALLWAY with its original tiled flooring and high ceilings leading through into the
Snug - 4.44 x 3.65 (14'6" x 11'11") - This is a lovely bright room with a pretty bay window with views of the garden and a wood-burning stove with a wooden surround. This is a delightful uplifting space.
Sitting Room - 5.51 x 3.62 (18'0" x 11'10") - Also positioned at the front of the property with another attractive bay window, a great place to sit and read and soak up the views, this room has double aspect windows, creating a light and airy feel.
Kitchen - 3.67 x .3.59 (12'0" x .11'9") - Another bright and airy room due to the double aspect windows, original Quarry tiled flooring, French Oak country cottage style base units, and wall shelving. sink, and a navy blue Redfyre stove. The room also includes space for a dining table and chairs and a storage cupboard.
Cloakroom - Comprising of low flush WC and pedestal hand basin.
Utility/Boot Room - 3.66 x 3.53 (12'0" x 11'6") - This is a wonderful space with original Quarry tiled flooring, double aspect windows, a walk-in storage cupboard and access out to the rear. This room would make a great extension to the main kitchen, doubling it in size. It could equally lend itself to a dining room, or playroom. This space offers great versatility to this pretty family home.
A staircase leads to the FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Master Bedroom - 4.94 x 3.65 (16'2" x 11'11") - This is a good size room and currently holds a king size bed. Double windows soak up the views of the gardens and surrounding countryside. There is an attractive original fireplace and lots of space to add freestanding furniture. A truly lovely space.
Bedroom Five - 2.62 x 2.62 (8'7" x 8'7") - Opposite the master bedroom, is a smaller single room which could lend itself perfectly to an ensuite/dressing room to the master.
Bedroom Four - 3.64 x 3.58 (11'11" x 11'8") - A pretty double room positioned at the back of the house, it has two fitted cupboards, perfect for storage.
Bedroom Three - 4.70 x 3.63 (15'5" x 11'10") - Another fabulous size, positioned at the front of the property soaking up those lovely views, like the master it has an original fireplace with a wooden surround. A charming space.
Family Bathroom - Comprises of a bath, low flush WC, walk-in shower, and pedestal hand basin, double windows overlook the rear of the property.
A second staircase leads to the SECOND FLOOR LANDING, with a storage cupboard going into the eves and
Bedroom Two - 5.55 x 3.86 (18'2" x 12'7") - Has a half-vaulted ceiling and window looking west over woodland and hills. This room could easily lend itself to a king size bed. The current owners use this space as a home office,
Music Room - 4.93 x 3.32 (16'2" x 10'10") - This room makes a fabulous music/home office/craft room but would equally work well as an ensuite to bedroom two.
Outside - The property is approached via a steep drive with parking for two cars there are also two outside stores for garden equipment. The front garden is extremely private being in an elevated position. It is south facing with mature hedging, shrubs, and trees, an idyllic space, perfect for alfresco dining. A sloping pathway leads up to the orchard and vegetable patch, a great spot to sit and soak up the wildlife. A second sloping path leads up and around to the rear of the property, where you will find a charming woodland area full of bluebells with a small stream. It's great for bird spotting and getting away from it all. There is a public right of way to the side of the woodland leading to fields up behind the property. In essence, the gardens and woodland are a quirky, charming space, perfect for nature lovers.
Arllwyn is a very exciting proposition and makes for a wonderful family home. Viewings are highly recommended.
Sellers Insight - "I was first attracted by the tranquillity of the area and the homely and welcoming feel of the property," says the current owner of Arllwyn. "The house is set back in its own woodland with far-reaching views over the mountains and the local village. Leaving here, I will really miss the peace and quiet. There is no noise or light pollution, so on a clear night, the stars are spectacular."
"The house itself is warm and cosy," the owner continues, "with a welcoming sense of calm. I thoroughly enjoy sitting in front of the wood burners on a winter's evening, or at the kitchen table with the warmth of the stove and a beautiful view over the countryside. The sitting room is calm and relaxing and has an amazing view of the garden and the many birds that visit. It's a real sun trap in the morning and a perfect place to start the day. Meanwhile, my office on the top floor is spacious and bright - again with a beautiful view of the countryside and the stream that runs all the way from the spectacular Pistyll Rhaeadr waterfall."
"Outside, the garden is wonderful, too," says the owner. "It offers the best of all aspects, being easy to maintain; a real sun-trap; and a magnet for the local birds and wildlife. Along with a lawned area and well-stocked borders, there is an orchard, vegetable patch and woodland. Plus, just beyond the bounds of the property at the end of Waterfall Street is Pistyll Rhaeadr, the tallest waterfall in Wales, which offers fantastic walks and spectacular views. There are many walks and cycle paths in the area to explore and some great pubs both within the local and surrounding villages."
The location of the property also has much to offer in terms of both community and convenience. "The village is superb," the owner says. "It has a fantastic sense of community, and the people are always kind and friendly. There is everything you need: two shops that stay open until late, a butcher, a newsagent, two pubs and a post office - all within a 5-minute walk of the house. There is a local school with a great reputation and the town is well serviced by local buses."
Last Modified 13/03/2023