Originally dating to the 1600s, this spacious character-filled property has been tastefully renovated and extended into an delightful family home. Its elevated setting provides views across the surrounding dramatic countryside.
The reception hall with historic features, gives direct access to the log store, sitting room and traditional kitchen. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room has an impressive vaulted ceiling and large picture windows taking full advantage of the excellent views, along with a rangemaster cooker, terracotta tiled flooring and a large multi-fuel burner; a good-sized utility room adjoins it. The dining room features original Ruabon quarry tiled flooring and adjoins a sitting room with a brick open fireplace. Also on the ground floor is a bedroom, a large bathroom and a modern family room/bedroom or office with underfloor heating. This room shares a retaining wall with the neighbouring property.
The sitting room leads into the barn conversion, completed in 2011 and finished to a high specification, with underfloor heating and Velux windows. The bespoke library with cloakroom adjoins the garden room/studio that has triple aspect picture windows overlooking the grounds. Beyond this is a modern second kitchen and a second sitting room with a log burner and stairs leading up to the mezzanine bedroom. There is a third staircase which also leads to the first floor from the library.
On the first floor, the spacious master bedroom with en suite benefits from floor to ceiling skylight windows which transform into a juliette balcony offering picturesque views towards Snowdonia. There are two further bedrooms and two shower rooms on this level.
A section of the barn conversion has been run successfully as a selfcatering holiday let, with its own private access.
This property has 1 acres of land.