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Bridge House is a well appointed five bedroom, mid- 19th Century stone built detached house and offers modern living whilst retaining its original features and character, standing amidst mature gardens bounded to one side by the River Trystion in the heart of the village Cynwyd, situated in the upper Dee Valley, an area noted for its scenic beauty. The property is also being used as a holiday cottage/B&B. The ample accommodation also includes spacious cellars providing ample storage and workshops and with external access to the gardens.
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Feature cast iron fireplace, panelled radiator, built in shelving unit and cupboard. Currently used as a ground floor sixth bedroom.
Stairs to the first floor and door leading to the staircase giving access to the cellars.
Spacious room benefitting from windows to front and side elevations with pleasing views, feature exposed stone wall, with inglenook fire place, beamed ceilings, television point, and two panelled radiators.
Well lit traditional farmhouse style breakfast kitchen, double glazed French doors opening on to the decked balcony area, windows to both side elevations benefitting from delightful views of the rear garden and the River Trystion, feature outbuilt stone chimney breast with wood burner, slate flooring, panelled radiator, built-in book shelf and TV point. This magnificent kitchen also benefits from a range of modern wall and base units with wood grained finish to door and drawer fronts, roll top work surfaces, inset one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap over and drainer, void for electric oven, void for dishwasher, and attractive high beamed ceiling.
Stable door leading to the rear decked seating area. Entrance to the utility room, space for fridge / freezer and washer/dryer, window to side elevation, tiled flooring and door leading in to downstairs WC.
Close coupled WC and wash hand basin.
Stairs rising from ground floor, spacious landing, with windows to both sides, panelled radiator, and shelving unit. Stair case leading to the second floor.
UPVC window to side elevation, with deep sills, taking advantage of the open countryside. Built in wardrobe, panelled radiator, door to en-suite.
Enclosed shower, low level WC and pedestal hand basin.
Windows to front elevation with deep sills and shutters, panelled radiator and built in wardrobe.
Window to front elevation, deep sills, built in wardrobe
A newly modernised bathroom with panelled bath, shower over and screen enclosure, pedestal hand wash basin, low level WC, part tiled walls, radiator, understairs storage cupboard and window to side elevation.
Access to two bedrooms, and built in storage to the eaves.
Master bedroom, with two velux windows and window to front elevation taking advantage of the countryside views, deep sills, beamed ceiling, telephone point and two panelled radiators.
Window to side elevation with deep sills, panelled radiator, panelled bath with tiled wall surround, built in wardrobe, telephone point and door to en-suite WC.
Close coupled WC and wash hand basin.
Stairs leading down to cellar area, with original fireplace and inglenook, electric, lighting and panelled radiator, ideal for someone requiring large work shop space. Windows to side elevation, and door leading out on to the rear garden.
The rear garden is a particular feature for the property with formal impressive landscaped gardens and terraced gardens which also extend to the side of the property including, raised decking area to create seating area and leat running through the garden creating a tranquil atmosphere. The rear garden provides a delightful setting which takes advantage of the views up the river into the Berwyn Hills. There are safety gates enclosing the garden, and to the front is a parking area.
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