The property Bryn Y Llidiart is an outstanding country house in a glorious location. It combines contemporary architecture with the period charm of the long house, creating attractive and versatile accommodation. The house offers large open plan spaces and smaller, cosier rooms, and is ideal for couple or family living and entertaining.
The original long house, dating back to at least the early 1800s, now has a spacious drawing room, open to the eaves, with log burning stove and doors opening out to the garden. At the other end is a book hall and cosy snug room, also with a log burning stove set into an attractive stone inglenook. There is also a downstairs bedroom and family shower room. Upstairs is an office, two bedrooms sharing a family bathroom and another with an en suite shower room. All of the bedrooms have beautiful south facing views.
The drawing room leads into a recent addition of stone, oak, glass and slate which was built in 2011 by the current owners. It offers a beautiful light open plan living area: a hand-built kitchen, Mercury range and larder is separated by an island from a sitting area with an architectural wood burner, and beyond that a triple aspect dining area which is open to the eaves making the most of the outlook with doors opening out to a pretty paved seating area.
A welcoming entrance hall leads up to the first floor and a spectacular principle bedroom with views east to the Berwyn hills, built in storage, and a glass balcony overlooking the dining area below with stunning views south across the valley. There is a dramatic open plan en suite bathroom. A second door from the landing leads to an en suite shower room and another double bedroom. Separate stairs lead down from the entrance hall to a useful utility room and W.C. with a cellar containing the ground source heating plant and a wine store.
This property has 8.05 acres of land.