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£425,000

Rhyd-y-foel, Abergele, Conwy

  •   4 bed
  •   2 bath
  •   4 receptions

Peter Large are proud to present Garth Gogof, a detached cottage that dates back to 1509 and has been tastefully modernised whilst retaining many p ...

Key features

  • Recently renovated Detached Cottage
  • Period features dating back to 1509
  • Versatile living space
  • 3/4 Double Bedrooms
  • Self contained Annex potential
  • Beautiful countryside views
  • Private setting
  • Large outbuilding
  • EPC - E
  • Council Tax - E

Full property description

 

Peter Large are proud to present Garth Gogof, a detached cottage that dates back to 1509 and has been tastefully modernised whilst retaining many period features including some exposed beams and original fireplaces. The ground floor accommodation comprises a generous sitting room with feature stone-built inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, a well-proportioned dining room with feature corner open fireplace, both finished with engineered oak flooring.  The large 28 ft. L-shaped kitchen/breakfast room has a range of base units, wooden worktops and splashbacks, modern integrated appliances, a breakfast area with space for a good-sized table and a neighbouring fitted utility room. There is a ground floor double bedroom and shower room. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a further reception room with a concealed internal staircase rising to a self-contained double bedroom, both suitable for a variety of uses including conversion to a self-contained annexe if preferred. The first floor houses a spacious front aspect principal bedroom with built-in storage, a modern family bathroom and an additional well-proportioned bedroom with a generous study/dressing room. Set against a backdrop of mature woodland, Garth Gogof is approached over a sweeping shared driveway providing private parking and giving access to a detached 21 ft. stone-built outbuilding, suitable for a variety of uses. There are well-maintained gardens to the front and rear which are laid mainly to lawn and features a large raised paved rear terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, the whole enjoying panoramic views over surrounding countryside. This charming property, available with no forward chain, will appeal to those seeking a glorious rural retreat, yet it is by no means isolated with access to the A55 Expressway less than a ten minute drive away plus the towns of Abergele, Colwyn Bay and Llandudno being within easy reach.

Living Room - 4.52m x 3.76m (14'9" x 12'4")

Engineered oak flooring, superb Inglenook stone fireplace with log burning stove and timber timber mantel, timber framed double glazed windows, radiator, plug sockets and light fittings. 

Kitchen - 5.26m x 1.66m (17'3" x 5'5")

Tiled flooring, oak kitchen worktop,  hanging and wall mounted cupboard space, induction hob, oven, extractor fan, circular sink sink basin, built in fridge, plug sockets, light fittings, radiator, timber framed double glazed window and Velux window. 

Utility Room - 3.16m x 2.63m (10'4" x 8'7")

Tiled flooring, worktop space, chrome sunken sink, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, timber framed double glazed window, location of the boiler, plug sockets and light fittings. 

Dining Room - 4.55m x 3.13m (14'11" x 10'3")

Open to main living room, engineered oak flooring, original fire place feature, timber framed double glazed window, radiator, plug sockets and light fittings. 

Reception Room - 4.67m x 3.14m (15'3" x 10'3")

Tiled flooring, decorative wall panelling, Velux window, light fittings, plug sockets, open space leading on to the kitchen. 

Inner Hallway

Wool carpet, plug socket, light fittings access for downstairs bedroom and downstairs shower room.

Downstairs Bedroom

Wool carpet, timber framed double glazed window, radiator, plug sockets and light fittings.

Shower Room - 3.24m x 1.73m (10'7" x 5'8")

Tiled flooring, three piece suite including shower, toilet and sink basin. Semi tiled walls, radiator, light fittings and Velux window.

Reception Room - 3.84m x 3.8m (12'7" x 12'5")

Has independent access from front patio area, also accessed via 1st reception room, carpeted, timber framed double glazed window, radiator, plug sockets and light fittings. 

Stairs and Landing

The stairs are accessed behind a quaint timber door. Wool carpet, staircase banister, handrail, leading to landing with, original small single glazed window, Velux window, plug sockets and light fittings. 

Bedroom One - 5.07m x 3.34m (16'7" x 10'11")

Wool carpet,  internal storage cupboard, timber framed double glazed window, radiator, plug sockets and light fittings. 

Bedroom Two - 3.69m x 3.25m (12'1" x 10'7")

Original wood flooring, timber framed double glazed window, radiator, plug sockets, light fittings, access to additional room which can be used as another bedroom or dressing room. 

Inner Hallway

Original tiled floor.

Bedroom/Dressing Room - 5.06m x 2.36m (16'7" x 7'8")

Tiled flooring, dual aspect timber framed double glazed windows, radiator, plug sockets and light fittings. This room was the original bakery, steeped in history and a step back in time.  

Bathroom - 2.66m x 1.53m (8'8" x 5'0")

Tiled flooring, panel bath with shower head, toilet, pedestal wash hand basin, feature plasterwork, Velux window, small single glazed timber framed window, radiator and light fitting.

Upstairs Room - 4.28m x 3.92m (14'0" x 12'10")

A versatile room with potential to be used as an additional bedroom. Access via "ladder style" staircase, carpeted, dual aspect timber framed double glazed windows, radiator, plug sockets and light fittings  

Outside

Occupying an extensive plot, the property is approached via a shared sweeping driveway. Front and rear gardens with laid to lawn grass and patio area offering stunning views of the Welsh countryside. The property benefits from a large stone out building with access to an upstairs room. Ample parking is provided.

Services

Mains electric and water. Septic tank drainage and LPG central heating. Please note no appliances are tested by the selling agent.

Directions

From the agent's office, proceed past Tesco and along the main road, taking the first exit at the roundabout and alongside the castle walls. Take the turning on the left signposted Rhyd y Foel. Opposite the village green, take the turning on the left into Glen View and follow the lane. The property is on the first right, follow the private road down to the bottom where Garth Gogof is located. 

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