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The exact date of the build of Gelli fawr is not known but cut into the flooring of an adjoining room is the date of 1325 and the building is reputed to have started as a grange on land allocated by King Edward I (1272-1307) to the monks of Basingwerk Abbey at Holywell and no doubt contained a chapel. Later it became a farmhouse and now it is divided into two cottages. It retains its appearance as a late medieval building of fairly rare type. Accommodation comprises of entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, downstairs WC, two bedrooms, bathroom/WC and two loft rooms. Approximately 2. Acres plus of land with outbuildings and ample parking.
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Arched sandstone door allows access to entrance hall which has beamed ceiling, electric meters, tiled floor, wooden doorway through to lounge.
Tiled floor, original beamed ceilings, deep sill window to front with dome window seat, deep sill window to side, sill window to rear, inglenook with original beamed over mantle and stone hearth, with doorway off to original stoned staircase.
Walkway from entrance porch which allows access to kitchen with tiled floor, worktop surface, single drainer sink with mixer tap over, base units, breakfast bar, wall unit, glazed window through to porch, walkway through to entrance door to the rear of the property and glazed window, and doorway off to WC which has low flush WC , tiled floor, vanity wash hand basin and glazed window to side.
Original stone turned staircase which allows access to first floor accommodation and second floor loft space. There is a deep sill window overlooking the rear elevation and door way through to landing which has a wooden floor, radiator, glazed window with deep sill to rear elevation over looking open farmland and doorway through to bedroom one, bedroom two and bathroom.
Radiator, wooden floor, deep sill window to front elevation and side elevation with panoramic views over open farmland and beyond, original inset wooden panelling to one wall.
Beamed ceiling , deep sill window to front of the property, wooden flooring.
WC, pedestal wash hand basin, cast iron bath, airing cupboard housing hot water tank, glazed window to rear of the property.
Built into the eaves with original wooden exposed timbers and sky light and there is a hatch through to loft room two.
Property is approached via two stone pillars with pedestrian access gate which allows access to front of the property. The front of the property is mainly laid to lawn. The front garden is bound by fencing and stone walling, there's separate access by wrought iron gate which allows access to driveway where there is ample space for cars and is situated at the side of the property. To the rear of the property is a stone building under a slate roof, one is currently being used as a storage shed and the second was originally a stable block. There is concrete hard standing space with farm gate which allows access to pasture land which is ideal for horses or cattle and extends to approximately 2 acres . To the rear of the stone outbuilding there is also two wooden loose boxes ideal for horses. To the rear of the property there is concrete area with graze area which has plants and shrubs and is bound by stone walling, there is also a walkway to the rear of the property which is pasture land.
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