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Beautifully restored Coach House in attractive location in North Wales
We are pleased to offer the opportunity to acquire a piece of history by presenting for sale this beautifully restored coach house situated within its own walled gardens in the old part of the village of Llysfaen in a beautiful location in North Wales. This substantial residence was once the original coach house to the adjacent former rectory and has been the subject of an extensive programme of restoration.
The conversion works to the property have been carried out to a high standard of specification over a period of 3 years by local craftsmen whilst still retaining as much of the property's original character and heritage as possible. Built from local quarried stone with hand-built re-claimed pine doors and window frames and exposed purlins, Welsh slate tiled roof and walled gardens combine to present an authentic historicity.
The Coach House is situated in private grounds within high castellated stone-walled gardens providing a high degree of safety and security for children and pets. From the turreted entrance a gravelled driveway leads past mature trees, lawn and mature shrubs to the front of the Coach House with space for approximatley six vehicles. At the side of the Coach House is a second private entrance with space for boat or caravan. The rear gardens are also bound by high castellated stone-walls with shrubs and bushes and a Mediterranean patio garden providing a high degree of privacy. The Coach House lies just a few hundred yards from Mynydd Marian local nature reserve which is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and affords extensive 360 degree views along the coast and also inland across the rural landscape and towards the distant mountains of Snowdonia and the Clwydians. The grassland flora is of special interest and during early summer rewards with a display of orchids and other grassland flowers. There are many beautiful walks in the surrounding countryside.
The ancient village of Llysfaen is bordered by Rhyd-y-Foel and Abergele to the east and Dolwen to the south west. The present Grade ll listed church nearby dates back to 1377.
Neighbouring the Coach House is the impressive Llysfaen Rectory which dates from the 1620s, was extended in 1846 and includes a walled garden in its curtilage. It was recognised in 1954 by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales as a classic example of its type.
The location is well positioned as a base to explore the wonderful countryside to be found throughout North Wales. Situated just 1.5 miles from the A55, the main artery along the beautiful North Wales coastline providing access to Llandudno (7 miles), Conwy (6 miles), (Colwyn Bay (3.5 miles) which provide a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities and easy access to explore the beauties of Snowdonia and the Isle of Anglesey. There is good access by road and rail to Chester (40 minutes by car), Manchester, Liverpool and London, Snowdonia and Anglesey.
The well proportioned accommodation briefly comprises; Entrance Porch, Reception Hall with fireplace, Cloakroom, Lounge with inglenook fireplace and log burning stove, Dining Room with French Doors leading out to the garden, Garden Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room with walk-in Pantry, turned spindled staircase, Master Bedroom with Ensuite, fitted wardrobes and turret window, Family Bathroom, Office Area (vendors have stated this could be converted into a fourth bedroom as this had been their intention but decided to leave it an open space) and two further Double Bedrooms.
The Coach House is approached via a gravelled driveway and stands within high walled gardens enjoying a high degree of privacy and seclusion. The gardens are mainly lawned and include well stocked rockeries with irrigation system, secluded Mediterranean paved garden, cobbled/paved patio, log store and Summerhouse.
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Llysfaen is a semi rural village elevated above the village of Llanddulas, bordered by Rhyd-y-Foel and Abergele to the east and Dolwen to the south west. The village includes general store and post office, Primary School and Grade ll listed church.
Original style part glazed and leaded double timber doors leading into enclosed porch.
Slate tiled floor, part glazed pine wood doors with matching glazed side panels leading through to reception hall.
Amtico flooring, open stone fireplace with feature timber beam over, turned spindle staircase leading to first floor with understairs storage cupboard, radiator, open beamed ceiling and doors leading through to cloakroom, lounge, kitchen/breakfast room and garden room.
Feature timber framed window to front with secondary glazing and deep solid wood sill, pedestal wash hand basin, low rise WC, 'Worcester' oil fired condensing boiler and Amtico flooring.
Stone built inglenook fireplace with chimney breast and timber beam over, tiled slate hearth and free standing cast iron log burning stove, two radiators, open beamed ceiling, traditional timber framed arch windows to front, lower panels double glazed with window seat, 'Ring Main' lighting and solid pine double doors leading through to the dining room.
'Ring Main' lighting, two radiators, two timber framed windows to side and secondary glazing, timber framed French doors with a sliding secondary glazed panel leading out to rear landscaped garden, coving, television and telephone points and reclaimed pine door leading through to garden room.
Amtico flooring, radiator, semi circular wall with arched timber framed double glazed windows to rear, exposed stone walling, open beamed ceiling, timber framed door with double glazed panel leading out to landscaped garden and part-glazed leaded door leading back through to the reception hall. Welsh slate tiled roof.
Half-tiled with dado rail, radiator, low rise WC, bidet, pedestal sink, fully tiled 'Mira' shower, bath, mullioned window, Velux roof window, open-beamed ceiling and cushion flooring.
Range of solid birch wall and base units with solid beech worktops over, Belfast style sink with central mixing tap and drainer, integral eye level 'Bosch' double oven, integral four ring 'Whirlpool' gas hob with fitted cover and extractor fan, glazed display unit with downlighting, timber framed double glazed windows to side and rear, timber framed window with secondary glazing to front, radiator, Amtico flooring, space for fridge, newly installed 14 place-setting dishwasher and door leading through to pantry.
Fitted for shelving, seven cupboards, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Vendors have asked us to inform potential buyers that this area had been intended as a fourth bedroom/nursery and could still be converted if required 'Ring Main' lighting, radiator, timber framed round window to front with internal timber shutters and timber sill, open beamed ceiling with exposed purlins, Velux roof window, doors leading through to;
Double aspect master bedroom with timber framed arch window to side and double- glazed walk in turret style window overlooking rear garden, craftsman-made solid pine 6 door fitted wardrobes with partially mirrored doors, side radiator, beamed ceilings, storage area, curved wall, perimeter heating, double ring main lighting and sliding door leading through to ensuite.
Low rise WC, pedestal Twyfords sink, Amtico flooring, fully tiled 'Mira' shower and Velux roof window.
Lovely triple aspect room with five timber framed arched windows to front, side and rear (two double glazed), timber beamed ceiling, two radiators, telephone point and broadband point. Double ring main lighting.
Craftsman-made solid pine five door fitted wardrobes with partially mirrored doors, timber framed arch windows to front, two radiators, open beamed ceiling and double ring main lighting.
Property is approached by a castellated stone columned entrance with gravelled driveway with security lighting leading to parking area for approximatley six vehicles. There is also a side castellated gated entrance.
Raised extensive lawned garden to front with staggered rockery borders and side borders stocked with a wide variety of shrubs, flowers, bushes and shrubs, mature trees to the lower part of the garden. Gravel driveway with lights. Garden irrigation system. Log store with slate roof. Power access and security light.
Laid mainly to lawn with raised stone walled border, wide variety of shrubs, flowers, bushes, three security lights, cobbled/paved patio area, Mediterranean patio garden with summer house and sea views. Garden irrigation system.
Additional private wide gate entrance; gravelled area with room for boat or caravan and central heating oil storage area.
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