Allt Y Pentref, Gwynfryn, Wrexham Offers in the Region Of £320,000

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Features

Bedrooms icon 3 bedrooms   Bathrooms icon 1 bathroom

  • Delightful stone cottage
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Magnificent and immaculately presented
  • No Chain
  • Beautiful beams throughout property
  • Courtyard and parking
  • Glorious views
  • Energy Rating – C
  • Freehold

A superb opportunity to purchase this delightful three bedroom detached stone cottage situated in the popular village of Gwynfryn.

This magnificent character home was originally built in approx. 1863 and was renovated by its existing owners over a ten year period in 2000 winning the North Wales LABC Building Excellence Awards for best domestic conversion or extension in 2010.

This immaculately presented home briefly comprises of an entrance hallway, lounge, fitted kitchen/dining room with patio doors leading to the courtyard. On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom.

To the side there is a lovely enclosed courtyard perfect for soaking up the glorious views and sunshine. Additionally there is off road parking for two vehicles and a lawn area to the side of the property.

This stunning property would make a wonderful family home and an internal inspection is absolutely essential to fully appreciate what is on offer for sale.

Please contact Grow Property to arrange a viewing.

Energy Rating – C

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Rooms

Entrance Hallway

Having parquet flooring from the local primary school, understairs storage, radiator, uPVC external door, radiator and carpeted stairs leading to the first floor. The hallway as a beautiful feature slate wall and steps leading into the kitchen which were the original steps from outside the property.

Lounge - 11' 9'' x 11' 11'' max (3.58m x 3.63m)

This inviting space enjoys two bay double glazed window that allows an abundance of natural light to flood the room, creating a warm and welcoming family lounge. Having parquet flooring, beams, electric fire with a beautiful stone fireplace and hearth, power points, telephone point, radiator, TV Ariel and thermostat.

Kitchen/Dining Room - 15' 11'' x 16' 9'' max (4.85m x 5.10m)

A contemporary fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base units and worktops with tiled splashback. In addition there is power points, integrated washing machine, fridge and freezer, electric oven and hob, tiled flooring, radiator x 2, sink with drainer and mixer taps, extractor fan, double-glazed window x 2, patio doors leading to the courtyard.

Landing

With two double glazed window, one being stained glass, radiator, power points, smoke alarm and beams.

Bedroom One - 11' 11'' x 11' 11'' (3.63m x 3.63m)

Front aspect double bedroom with fitted carpet, radiator x 2, beautiful beams, power points, feature stone fireplace, double glazed-window x 2.

Bedroom Two - 7' 3'' x 12' 4'' (2.21m x 3.76m)

Rear aspect double bedroom with fitted carpet, radiator, power points, beams, double glazed-window x 2 and circle double glazed window.

Bedroom Three - 8' 9'' x 8' 3'' (2.66m x 2.51m)

Front aspect single bedroom with fitted carpet, radiator, beautiful beams, power points and double glazed-window.

Family Bathroom - 4' 9'' x 9' 1'' (1.45m x 2.77m)

Fitted with a three piece bathroom suite comprising: low level w.c, hand wash basin with vanity cupboard,, paneled bath with shower, vinyl flooring, frosted double glazed window, part tiled walls and radiator.

Exterior

Externally to the side there is a lovely enclosed courtyard perfect for soaking up the glorious views and sunshine. Additionally there is off road parking for two vehicles, lawn area to the side of the property and oil tank.

Location

Gwynfryn is a small mountain village in the community of Minera in Wrexham county borough, Wales. The village of Gwynfryn has beautiful picturesque country views and within easy access to nearby amenities and shops. There is also easy access to Wrexham via the A525.

Additional Information

This magnificent character home was originally built in approx. 1863 and was renovated by its existing owners over a ten year period. In 2000 winning the North Wales LABC Building Excellence Awards for best domestic conversion or extension in 2010, an amazing achievement. This magnificent property was renovated using special pieces from the village to make it extra unique and charming. Window sills were made from St David's Chapel which closed in 2010. The original steps from outside the property have been used in the entrance hallway to access the kitchen. The Parquet flooring comes from the local school and slate from Penygroes in Caernarfon.

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