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Llanfairtalhaiarn, Abergele,

  •   4 bed
  •   1 bath
  •   1 receptions

Set in a secluded location with views over open countryside, this attractive detached stone cottage is the ideal opportunity to embrace rural livin ...

Key features

  • Characterful detached cottage
  • Rural surroundings
  • Beautiful views
  • Cosy interior
  • Stunning bespoke kitchen
  • Four bedrooms
  • Large gardens & outbuildings
  • Council Tax band - E
  • Freehold
  • EPC rating - E

Full property description


Set in a secluded location with views over open countryside, this attractive detached stone cottage is the ideal opportunity to embrace rural living. Situated in an elevated position, just off a country lane and overlooking the River Aled, this charming cottage dates back to approximately 1850 and has a comfortable, homely interior. Having been extended, the accommodation is both spacious and versatile and includes a cosy lounge with feature fireplace, a stunning kitchen with handmade solid wood cabinets, a sitting room/bedroom four, three further bedrooms and a modern bathroom. With numerous top quality features throughout including exposed beams, solid timber latch doors, quaint wooden windows with internal shutters, panelled walls, two multi fuel stoves and practical terracotta tiled floors which give real warmth to the property. Double glazing and LPG central heating add to the ambiance. Outside, the generous gardens are a particular feature and are easy to manage with various seating areas from which to appreciate the surroundings, a lawn, rockeries, slate borders and pathways. A double garage/workshop, detached office, sun room, two pagodas and a greenhouse complete the picture. This lovely cottage will appeal to those seeking something special and viewings will not disappoint.

Porch - 2.28m x 1.2m (7'5" x 3'11")

Timber entrance door opens to porch with window, spotlight and power points. Terracotta tiled floor. Door to;

Entrance Hall - 3.12m x 1.32m (10'2" x 4'3")

Window to front, exposed beams, radiator, continuation of tiles

Extended Hall/Office - 4.09m x 3.36m (13'5" x 11'0")

Just off the entrance hall and with under stairs storage cupboard, two windows to the front, radiator, power points and tiled flooring. Steps down to;

Lounge - 4.36m x 3.96m (14'3" x 12'11")

With coved ceiling, window overlooking the rear garden, wall lights, radiator and power points. Superb fireplace with inset cast iron stove. 

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 6.18m x 3.25m (20'3" x 10'7")

Where you will want to spend the day! A stunning kitchen with bespoke individually handmade cabinets and worktop surfaces. Belfast sink, integral washing machine, spaces for fridge freezer and a large range cooker, stainless steel splashback and extractor fan. With exposed beams, Velux window, freestanding multi fuel Morso stove and flue, radiator and terracotta tiled flooring. Cabinet housing wall mounted LPG Worcester combination boiler. Two windows to the front, one to the rear and a side glazed door to the garden. Ample space for dining suite. Steps down to;

Bathroom - 2.11m x 1.38m (6'11" x 4'6")

Fitted with a three piece suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low flush wc and 'P' shaped bath with shower and screen over. Part tiled, part panel walls, 'ladder' style radiator, extractor fan, wall lights and tiled floor.

Bedroom One - 3.95m x 3.43m (12'11" x 11'3")

The master bedroom is ideally positioned downstairs with French doors opening to the rear garden. Rear window, wall lights, radiator, power points and two fitted wardrobes, both with sliding mirror doors.

Sitting Room/Bedroom Four - 3.08m x 2.9m (10'1" x 9'6")

A versatile room with feature 'tall' window and side window. Wall mounted electric 'pebble effect' fire, vaulted ceiling, wall lights, radiator, power points, meter cupboard and electric guitar jack sockets.

Stairs and Landing

A turned staircase leads to landing with Velux window, vaulted ceiling, storage cupboard, power point and shelving. 

Bedroom Two - 3.1m x 3.01m (10'2" x 9'10")

The second double room with Velux window, vaulted ceiling, windows to the front and side, wall light, radiator and power points.

Bedroom Three - 3.35m x 2.24m (10'11" x 7'4")

With vaulted ceiling, windows to the side and front, wall lights, shelving, radiator and power points.

Upstairs WC - 1.46m x 1.26m (4'9" x 4'1")

Fitted with a low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Velux window, vaulted ceiling, panel walls and ceiling, wall light.

Double Garage/Workshop - 6.36m x 5.13m (20'10" x 16'9")

A large building with power and light.

Detached Office/Craft Room - 2.62m x 2.44m (8'7" x 8'0")

A detached outbuilding with stable door. two windows, power and light. Perfect for a variety of uses.  


Such a pretty setting for this lovely cottage which is just three miles either way from the villages of Llanfairtalhaiarn and Llansannan where primary schools, pubs and Post Offices can be found. The coast and Abergele is within a half hour drive. To the front, a farm gate gives access to the driveway and tiered garden with paved areas and an abundance of mature shrubs. To the right is another gated entrance from the lane providing a wide driveway and leading to the double garage. The rear garden is positioned alongside glorious open fields and is mainly laid to lawn with pleasant patios. A greenhouse and separate sun room are attached to the rear of the garage and a magnificent timber pagoda takes pride of place. A smaller Japanese pagoda sits in the corner and there are slate borders and pathways leading around the house and to the block built office.


Mains electric, mains water, LPG central heating, two cast iron stoves and septic tank drainage.


Leaving Abergele Peter Large Office at the traffic lights on Market Street turn right onto A548 continue for 4 miles. Before entering the village of Llanfairtalhaian turn left signposted Llannefydd continue on the lane bearing right past a converted church. Continue over the river bridge and take the next turn on your right.  Keep on this lane and at the next junction turn left signposted Llannefydd.  At the end of this lane take the right turn signposted Llansannan. Continue to a small crossroads and turn right and Rhyd Tan Y Cae will be on your left after the river bridge.

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