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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 which has been upgraded somewhat in years has accommodation comprising of entrance porch, kitchen/breakfast room, lounge, family bathroom/W.C , three bedrooms. The property is set within 3.2 acres and has outbuildings comprising of two stables, tack room, hay barn, tractor shed, detached double garage with pitched roof and a workshop, poly tunnels, orchard, vegetable patch, grazing land and gardens.
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Hardwood door, exposed original stone wall, radiator, quarry tiled floor, under stairs storage, turn stair case to first floor.
Utility area comprising of inglenook with exposed beam, tiled walls, oil fired stanley range cooker which runs the central heating, quarry tiled floor, belfast sink with solid wood butcher's block, plumbing for washing machine, plumbing for dish washer, base unit, storage cupboard, glazed window to the side of the property. Kitchen/breakfast area comprising off exposed beam ceiling, spotlights, solid wood base units, integrated fridge, electric hob, worktop surface, part tiled walls, radiator, glazed windows to the side of the property and double aspect glazed window overlooking the garden.
Glass panelled door allows access to lounge which has exposed beams, stone fireplace with stone hearth housing open fire, central heating radiators, built in bookcase with opening to storage area and glazed deep sill window over looking the rear, glazed deep sill window with stone surround overlooking the side and glazed deep sill window overlooking the front, and original stone recess to the front. Glass panelled door allows access to side entrance which has external wooden door.
Loft access , exposed original timbers, radiators, wooden floors, twin aspect glazed windows to the side elevation with views over open farmland, arched glazed windows deep sill with stone surround, glazed window with deep sill set within stone surround with panoramic views over open farmland.
Wooden door, original exposed timbers, wooden floor, radiator, glazed window with stone surround and wooden shutters and deep sill overlooking open farmland and original stone arched recess
Wooden door, original exposed timbers, radiator, deep sill glazed window overlooking the rear with panoramic views over open farmland.
Wooden door, exposed timbers, loft access, built in wooden shelves and glazed window over looking side of the property.
Wooden door, cast iron bath with wood panelling, low flush W.C, pedestal wash hand basin, circular shower cubical with electric shower, airing cupboard storing hot water tank, radiator, part ceramic wall tiles, glazed window overlooking open farmland.
The property has two entrances, pedestrian access and vehicle access. Pedestrian access gate allows access to front of the property, concrete pathway bound by stone walling, front garden is adjacent and has abundance of plants trees and shrubs. Pathway leads to the side of the property where there are several lawn and garden areas with an abundance of plants and shrubs, including a secret garden. To the rear of the property there is a stone coal house under a slate roof and oil tank. An outside timber shed and pedestrian access gate leads to parking area. This can be accessed via driveway which has wooden gates to the detached double garage which has twin aspect double doors, power and lighting, water supply, glazed windows to the side, W.C and workshop to the rear. There are several poly tunnels ,vegetable plots and paddock one. To the rear of the garage there is a sun house and an orchard.
To the rear is a tractor shed, two stables, tack room, six paddocks which is ideal for grazing horses. The property is a registered small holding.
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