£585,000 (Guide Price)
This beautiful back to back 4 bedroomed semi-detached former Chapel, is oozing in charm with a contemporary twist. Nestled in a serene and picturesque location, the property also offers a two bedroomed Annex from a converted barn, which has been successfully run as a holiday home. The property is situated in the heart of the village of Llandrillo with breath taking views of the Berwyn Mountain Range. The peaceful village has good road links to both Wrexham and Chester and the village offers local amenities along with a village store/post office, Berwyn restaurant and a Michelin star restaurant, Tyddyn Llan.
The property has benefitted from a complete renovation over the last couple of years, including heating, uPVC windows and doors and extensive redecoration. This beautiful house is light and airy with spacious rooms and perfect for a family. The plot which the property sits on is separated from the annex making each residential area private to each other, making it perfect for multigenerational living or to run as a successful earning potential. The main residential home benefits from a southernly back garden and granted planning permission for a further 2-3 off road parking areas.
A range of solid wall and base units with worktop over. Stainless steel bowl and 1/2 sink and drainer with mixer tap over, spaces for free standing washer/dryer, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Built in oven and hob with extractor over. Tiled splashbacks, boiler and 2 radiators. Built in pantry cupboard. Original parquet flooring, uPVC double glazed windows and back door to two elevations. Pendant and spot lights and power points. Doors off to downstairs shower room, dinning / 2nd reception room and porchway to first floor stairs.
White low level W.C, wall mounted wash hand basin. Shower cubicle with electric shower. Tiled walls, uPVC double glazed window, parquet flooring, radiator and extractor fan.
uPVC double glazed window and radiator. Pendant light and power points.
uPVC double glazed window, radiator and built-in wardrobe over stairs. Pendant light and power points.
uPVC French doors to rear garden. Original inset fireplace with original tiles and wood burner. Picture rail, pendant light and power points.
Original featured tiled flooring, radiator, built-in storage cupboards, pendant light, power points and doors off to W.C, Cellar, lounge and stairs to 1st floor. uPVC double glazed windows to two elevations.
White low level W.C, wall mounted wash hand basin with tiled splashback. uPVC double glazed window, feature original tiled floor and pendant light.
uPVC French doors to rear garden, waxed floorboards, picture rail, radiator, pendant light and power points.
Original feature cast iron fireplace, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to rear elevation with oak windowsill and power points.
Original feature cast iron fireplace, uPVC double glazed window to rear elevation, radiator, pendant light and power points.
Vanity unit with twin wash hand basin and mixer taps over and tiled splashback. Pendant lights over vanity area. White low level W.C, uPVC double glazed window to rear elevation. White double shower tray with tiled splash back and glass shower screen. Mains powered Copper rainfall and hand held shower heads with copper controls and pillar radiator.
Loft is separated into two areas. Area one: Velux window exposed beams, spot lights and power points, ideal for an extra bedroom area with appropriate regs. Area two, currently used as an office area but could be used as a dressing room, with exposed beams, wooden spindled banister, lighting and power points.
Landscaped garden with dedicated sitting areas. Gravelled and lawned areas. At the back of the garden on a raised area is a wooden workshop/mancave with decking around. Fantastic views of the Berwyn mountains can be enjoyed from all areas of the rear garden. The garden is completely enclosed behind, fencing and dry stone walls.
Little nook was successfully converted from the previous barn into a stunning 2 bed residency. Open-plan Lounge / kitchen / dining area, with exposed beams, a wood burning stove and is flooded with light, this is due to large Velux roof windows, that can be operated by remote. The barn benefits from underfloor heating and radiators upstairs which is all linked up via nest/app . Two double bedrooms both situated either side of the barn, benefitting from ensuites and again are flooded with light. The kitchen area comprises a range of wall and base units, dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge/freezer, free standing cooker with hob and extractor fan over. Oak worktops finish the high standard of the kitchen area off. The vendors informs us that they have successfully let out the 2 bed annex on a holiday let basis. Further information is available on request. Little Nook has its own parking for 2-3 vehicles and a rear garden making the annex private from the main residency.
The land is to be offered for sale by Private Treaty.
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