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Immaculate grade II listed farmhouse with a separate profitable 5 detached holiday cottage which could also be used as a separate Annex subject to the necessary consents. Enviable position with panoramic views over the Clwydian hills, and a short distance to the delightful small town of Caerwys having local shops, school and pubs. The property is believed to have been built in the 17th century. The properties are set in just under two acres of grounds which have been divided into a mixture of formal landscaped gardens, orchard and large kitchen garden, in addition there is a selection of outbuildings which include grade II listed Bake house with attached pigsties, timber workshop and a large detached four bay vehicle store. There is a delightful 'shepherd's hut' available by separate negotiation. Both the holiday cottage and principal house retain many of its original features including, oak beams, original doors and slate floors. In brief the principal house accommodation affords entrance porch and study, formal dining room, sitting room, breakfast room, modern fitted kitchen, rear storage hall, separate laundry room/utility room with a built in shower, large landing, three double bedrooms and large luxury bathroom. The holiday cottage is an 18th century stone barn which has been converted into a luxury cottage, providing excellent accommodation for up to four people. In brief the accommodation affords kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, galleried landing, two double bedrooms and bathroom.
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Currently used as a study, having heavy oak front door leading you into the porch having stone flagged flooring
Stone flagged flooring continued, stairs to first floor
Fireplace with Victorian style iron grate, quarry tiled flooring, a wall cupboard (thought to be Jacobean), exposed timberwork, radiator
Inglenook fireplace with substantial timber over mantel, multi fuel burner, wood flooring, exposed beams, radiator
Deep sill with window seat , range cooker, slate slab flooring, exposed beams, central heating boiler, radiator, door to garden, open entrance to
Range of modern fitted wall and base units with complimentary solid wood worktops, sink unit with mixer tap, radiator, door to larder with slate shelf, larder cupboard, door through to the rear storage hall
Low level WC and wash hand basin, fully tiled walls and a slate floor
Oak flooring, exposed beams, radiator, over stairs storage cupboard
Secondary glazed windows to the front elevation benefitting from views across the valley, fitted wardrobes and radiator
Secondary glazed windows to the front elevation benefitting from views across the valley, oak flooring and radiator
Secondary glazed windows to the front elevation benefitting from views across the valley, oak flooring, exposed Cruck construction beams and radiator
Corner bath, low level WC, wash hand basin, large wet room style shower area, airing cupboard, fully tiled walls with a porcelain floor and a polished slate window sill
A Two bedroom profitable holiday cottage, converted from an 18th century stone barn. Graded by 5* by Wales Tourist Board it provides excellent accommodation for up to four people. This cottage could also be used as a separate self contained annex subject to the necessary consents. The cottage has been fully furnished and equipped to 5* standard and the contents can be purchased via separate negotation
Range of kitchen units, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, part tiled splash backs, tiled flooring, larder with slate shelf, Combi central heating boiler
Oak flooring, doors to front and rear garden, wood burner, under stairs storage cupboard, two radiators
Galleried landing, wooden flooring
Double glazed window to the side elevation benefitting from views across the valley, Velux window, oak flooring and radiator
Double glazed window to the rear elevation benefitting from views across the garden, Velux window, oak flooring, exposed King truss feature and radiator
Velux window, oak flooring, bath with shower over, basin, storage cupboards, WC, heated towel rail, radiator
Grade II listed building with electricity and incorporating the original oven. It adjoins the original stone built pigsties
Single glazed window, slate flooring with under floor heating, double stainless steel sink with drainer, plumbing for washing machine, built in solid wood shelving and storage cupboards, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and a large walk in shower. Separate walk in wine store
The property is served by a gravel drive with areas for parking and turning. There is a stone wall at the start of the gardens to the farmhouse and a path leads to a lawned area with well stocked flower beds. The opposite side of the drive is flanked by areas of lawn mainly bordered by hedging and walling. There is a kitchen garden to the rear of the Bakehouse with raised beds, fruit trees, currant bushes, two greenhouses and tool shed. To the far side of the Bakehouse there is a small stone terrace with a rail fence from which to view the valley and the surrounding Clwydian Hills. At the rear of Gwenoldy is a pleasant rear garden with hedging and a stone edged border that opens onto the extensive gardens with fruit and flower beds and an orchard. There is a timber built workshop and a recently constructed four bay vehicle store.
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