A most exquisite property in an idyllic location. This delightful detached house is set within the countryside between Llanfairtalhaiarn and Llangernyw, in an elevated position, approached by a sweeping driveway and surrounded by enchanting gardens. There are glorious rural views from this tranquil location and there are many secluded patios, from which to enjoy the surroundings. An area of quality level pasture land extending to five acres can also be accessed from the lane as well as the gardens. Immaculately presented, the accommodation of this rural residence offers every refinement, with quality fittings throughout including Travertine flooring, oak frame structures and pitch pine doors. There are three reception rooms, a country kitchen with an electric Aga plus utility room, office, shower room, family bathroom and three double bedrooms, the master having an ensuite facility. Double glazing throughout with windows supplied by Bodnant Joinery, oil central heating, underfloor ‘wet system’ heating beneath the Travertine flooring plus solar panels to the roof which heat the hot water. There is the added bonus of a detached shippon which is split level and currently used as a garage, and which provides an excellent opportunity for conversion to perhaps a self contained holiday unit, subject to planning. This beautiful property, set in a total of seven acres and on the market for the first time in forty years, will capture your imagination and will not fail to impress those wishing to purchase an outstanding family home.
ENTRANCE HALL 12′ 5" x 9′ 3" (3.79m x 2.83m) This impressive rustic oak framed entrance has large windows, dwarf walls, Travertine flooring and ceiling spotlights.
LOUNGE 24′ 11" x 15′ 0" (7.60m x 4.59m) A room of large dimensions with a stunning stone Inglenook fireplace with beam and incorporating a multi fuel burner. Timber glazed door and windows to the front, side and rear. Coved ceiling, wall lights, power points and two radiators.
CONSERVATORY/DINING ROOM 15′ 5" x 8′ 10" (4.71m x 2.71m) A charming addition and with a rustic oak frame upon dwarf walls, a timber ceiling and two Velux windows. Travertine flooring, wall lights, power points and bookcase. Open access to;
KITCHEN 15′ 7" x 14′ 2" (4.77m x 4.33m) Fitted with a quality range of wall and base cabinets with granite worktop surfaces plus an island. Rustic brick archway incorporating an electric Aga. Belfast sink with mixer tap, further inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap, Hotpoint oven and microwave within tower unit, integrated dishwasher, wine cooler, space for large fridge freezer and further cabinets providing ample storage plus an understairs pantry. Ceiling spotlights, beam ceiling, part tiled walls, power points, Travertine flooring and window to the front.
INNER HALLWAY Accessed by timber glazed door. With continuation of Travertine flooring, ceiling spotlights, thermostat and storage cupboard.
UTILITY ROOM 11′ 5" x 5′ 10" (3.50m x 1.79m) Fitted with a further range of wall and base cabinets with granite worktop surfaces. Travertine flooring, space and plumbing for several appliances, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, part tiled walls, power points, heating controls, ceiling spotlights, window and door to the side. Externally, there is a private courtyard area and further utility ‘cupboard’ which encloses the oil fired boiler, the hot water cylinder and the underfloor heating appliances.
SHOWER ROOM 4′ 9" x 4′ 8" (1.45m x 1.44m) Fitted with a three piece suite comprising of corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low flush wc within fitted furniture. Ceiling spotlights, part tiled walls, Travertine flooring, extractor fan and window.
STUDY 6′ 4" x 5′ 10" (1.94m x 1.80m) Timber glazed door opens to study with ceiling spotlights, Travertine flooring, power points and window to the rear.
STAIRS AND LANDING Oak staircase leading to landing with ceiling spotlights, quality oak flooring with underfloor heating, window and double doors to;
UPSTAIRS LOUNGE 24′ 2" x 23′ 5" (7.38m x 7.16m) A further reception room which is a real showcase of this fine property. Having rustic oak framework and sloping ceilings, with French doors to either side which highlight the magnificent vista of the surrounding countryside. The doors open onto extensive decking, a real ‘sun trap’ and perfect for alfresco dining. This lounge has continuation of oak flooring with underfloor heating, ceiling spotlights, a brick built fireplace with rustic beam over and log burner, further windows and power points.
BEDROOM ONE 16′ 6" x 15′ 5" (5.05m x 4.70m) With ceiling spotlights, range of fitted wardrobes providing ample storage and bookcase, power points and radiator. Window to the side and door to;
ENSUITE 5′ 6" x 4′ 7" (1.70m x 1.42m) Fitted with a three piece suite comprising of corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low flush wc within fitted furniture. Ceiling spotlights, fully tiled walls, Travertine flooring, chrome ‘ladder style’ radiator/towel rail, extractor fan and window.
BEDROOM TWO 12′ 7" x 11′ 3" (3.85m x 3.45m) A further double room with fitted wardrobes, loft hatch, ceiling spotlights, power points, radiator and window to the front.
BEDROOM THREE 14′ 2" x 9′ 0" (4.32m x 2.75m) A further double room with fitted wardrobes, ceiling spotlights, power points, radiator, storage cupboard and windows to the front and side.
BATHROOM 10′ 10" x 6′ 4" (3.32m x 1.95m) Fitted with a four piece suite comprising of wash hand basin within vanity unit, bidet, low flush wc and panel bath with shower and screen over. Ceiling spotlights, part tiled walls, ‘ladder style’ radiator/towel rail, extractor fan and window.
OUTSIDE From the country lane, the driveway gently slopes and incorporates a cattle grid and gated entrance, alongside a small area of woodland. The drive gently winds towards the property with Hawthorne hedging to one side and a babbling brook to the other. On the left is the pasture land and this can also be accessed from the lane. The drive opens to provide several parking areas and sweeps around to the house. Dry stone walls retain the abundance of mature shrubs including Rhododendrons and Azaleas. There are several lawns and these too are flanked by mature trees and bushes. The gardens encircle the house and rise to the rear elevation with sandstone steps, again well stocked and providing three delightful patios from which to admire the views. A stream flows to the side, with a timber bridge providing access over. The detached shippon has an up and over door, a mezzanine area and further side entrance to a lower level offering further storage. Offering much potential, this building has a variety of uses.
SERVICES Mains electric and water. Septic tank (registered 2021) drainage, solar panels for hot water and oil tank firing the radiators and underfloor heating.
DIRECTIONS From the agent’s office, turn right into Chapel Street at the first set of traffic lights. Follow that road for approximately five miles until you reach the village of Llanfairtalhaiarn. Enter the village over the bridge and proceed, bearing right past the park. Continue along that lane for 2.7 miles, eventually going over two bridges. The entrance to Pant Y Clyd will be seen on the left, over the cattle grid.