A substantial Grade II Listed property, with unique character and charm, set in a stunning position overlooking the River Conwy estuary. There is also potential for a further property to be built on the lower garden STPP.
Prestigious location with glorious sea and mountain views
Extensive and flexible accommodation over 3 floors (4,470sqft)
Built in Domestic-revival architectural style combining Arts and Crafts and Georgian elements
In need of a programme of renovation throughout
Extensive gardens, including lawn and naturalistic planting
Potential for a further property to be built on the lower garden STPP
Brackenrigg is a striking Grade II Listed family home, with 4,500 sq ft of accommodation, requiring a programme of renovation. Set in a stunning location at the foot of the historic site of Deganwy Castle, the property overlooks the mouth of the River Conwy and out to sea.
The front door leads to a fine panelled reception hall with timber beams overhead and a turned staircase. The ground floor includes an impressive sitting room and formal dining room, both of which feature large bay windows looking west towards the estuary, Conwy Caernarvonshire Golf Course and the sea beyond.
There is also a drawing room, with a further bay window taking in the surrounding views. Adjoining this is a bathroom and the sixth bedroom, with stud partition walls. The kitchen/breakfast room is well-sized, with an adjoining utility room with access to the rear courtyard.
The lower ground floor has a further reception room, used by the current owners as a play room.
On the first floor are five spacious double bedrooms, including the master bedroom with en suite. This bedroom, currently used as an upper sitting room, has stunning views towards the Great Orme. The en suite can also be accessed from the landing, along with a further bathroom and separate w.c.
The property is approached via a sweeping tarmac driveway, which leads to the front of the house. There is a timber-constructed double garage and a rear courtyard with external stores, and a paved terraced area alongside the dining room. There are multiple levels of wildlife gardens and lawn, which feature established shrubs and flowerbeds. The raised eastern border backs onto the hilltop site of the ancient ruins of Deganwy Castle.
There is potential for a further property to be built on the lower garden subject to the necessary planning consents. Prospective purchasers are advised that they should make their own enquiries of Conwy Borough Council.