School Lane, Llanfairtalhaiarn

£475,000

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Located in the heart of this rural Welsh village, with lovely countryside views, is this Victorian three storey family house with seven bedrooms. In a prominent position, this truly impressive Grade II listed property was, at one time, the Doctor’s residence for approximately one hundred years. The property has been refurbished and well maintained with an abundance of original features, such as Victorian tiling, sash windows and timber doors. Character throughout. Surrounded by rolling hillsides, the village, with school and Post Office, is by no means isolated and is less than six miles to the coast at Abergele, where schools, shops and leisure facilities can be found, together with access to the A55 Expressway.This spacious family home has a ‘sun trap’ courtyard to the rear featuring a covered well, with a double garage and gravelled garden/parking close by. The property does have potential for commercial holiday use.

PORCH Timber single glazed porch and door. Further timber stained glass door into;

HALLWAY 25′ 1" x 5′ 10" (7.66m x 1.78m) With coved ceiling, feature archway, two radiators, dado rail and original Victorian tiled floor.

LOUNGE 17′ 9" x 13′ 7" (5.42m x 4.15m) Coved ceiling, dado rail, power points and TV aerial point, wood panelled bay sash windows, multi fuel stove within a magnificent stone fireplace and slate heath, stripped rustic floorboards and three radiators.

DINING ROOM 19′ 2" x 14′ 8" (5.85m x 4.49m) Coved ceiling, dado rail, part panelled walls, power points, wood panelled bay sash windows, multi fuel fire within slate surround and hearth, two radiators and laminate flooring.

SITTING ROOM 14′ 6" x 12′ 7" (4.44m x 3.85m) Coved ceiling, dado rail, part panelled walls, original storage cupboard within alcove, power points, brick fireplace, sash window, radiator and laminate flooring.

KITCHEN 13′ 8" x 12′ 8" (4.17m x 3.87m) Two original entry doors, one of which is padded with leather for soundproofing in Victorian times. Range of fitted timber cabinets with work top surfaces over. Rayburn oil fired stove with hotplates, within arched fireplace. Storage cupboard within alcove, Halogen hob, extractor fan, power points and TV aerial point, part tiled walls, one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over, space and plumbing for dishwasher and space for fridge, sash window, beamed ceiling and tiled floor

BOOT ROOM 9′ 7" x 4′ 6" (2.93m x 1.38m) With Velux window, power points and tiled floor. Timber obscure glazed door to;

REAR PORCH Used as a log store with timber stable door to rear courtyard.

INNER HALL With wood panelled walls, smoke alarm and tiled floor,

UTILITY ROOM/PANTRY 8′ 9" x 8′ 9" (2.68m x 2.68m) Fitted with open shelving, cupboards, one housing the large hot water cylinder, Belfast sink, power points, space for appliances, plumbing for automatic washing machine and an oven within a tower unit. Sash window with obscure glass and tiled floor.

CLOAKROOM/WC 6′ 1" x 5′ 7" (1.86m x 1.71m) Fitted with low flush wc and wash hand basin with vanity unit. Part panelled walls, spotlights, dado rail, heated chrome towel rail and obscure glass window.

STAIRS AND FIRST FLOOR LANDING With timber balustrade and leading to large landing with feature archway, power points, sash window, dado rail, radiator and wall panels for picture displays.

DRESSING ROOM 12′ 10" x 7′ 4" (3.93m x 2.24m) With open hanging rails and storage cupboards.

WC 5′ 0" x 3′ 11" (1.53m x 1.20m) From the dressing room and with low flush wc, wash hand basin, part panelled walls, obscure glass window and spotlights in the ceiling.

SHOWER ROOM 7′ 0" x 4′ 6" (2.15m x 1.39m) Also accessed from the dressing area and with a pedestal wash hand basin and double walk in shower cubicle with sliding doors and Triton electric shower. Fully tiled walls, corner cabinet, obscure glass window and spotlights in the ceiling.

FAMILY BATHROOM 12′ 9" x 10′ 4" (3.90m x 3.15m) A lovely spacious bathroom fitted with a three piece suite in white comprising of low flush wc, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wash hand basin within vanity unit, dado rail, part tiled walls, radiator, coved ceiling and wood panelling and sash window.

SHOWER ROOM 6′ 9" x 5′ 10" (2.06m x 1.78m) Fitted with a double shower cubicle with MS electric shower, storage cupboards with louvre doors, wash hand basin, mirror, laminate flooring and pine panelled ceiling with spotlights.

BEDROOM ONE 14′ 0" x 13′ 8" (4.28m x 4.19m) Coved ceiling, radiator, power points, wash hand basin with mixer tap in vanity unit and sash window with side panelling, providing glorious views over the river bridge and beyond.

BEDROOM TWO 15′ 0" x 14′ 3" (4.59m x 4.36m) Coved ceiling, radiator, power points, wash hand basin with mixer tap in vanity unit and sash window with side panelling, providing glorious views over the river bridge and beyond.

BEDROOM THREE 13′ 7" x 11′ 5" (4.16m x 3.49m) Radiator, power points, painted floorboards, sash window to the side of the property and with original open grate fireplace and cupboards to either side.

STAIRS AND SECOND FLOOR LANDING 30′ 4" x 5′ 9" (9.25m x 1.77m) Turned stair case leading to landing with exposed beams, window, smoke alarm and access to large storage loft room with Velux window and rustic floor boards.

BEDROOM FOUR 13′ 6" x 12′ 2" (4.13m x 3.73m) With sloping walls and restricted head height, beamed ceiling, sash window, radiator and power points.

BEDROOM FIVE 13′ 5" x 8′ 5" (4.11m x 2.59m) With sloping walls and restricted head height, beamed ceiling, sash window, radiator and power points.

BEDROOM SIX 13′ 5" x 13′ 1" (4.11m x 4.01m) With sloping walls and restricted head height, beamed ceiling, sash window, electric wall heater and power points.

BEDROOM SEVEN 14′ 1" x 13′ 3" (4.31m x 4.05m) With sloping walls and restricted head height, beamed ceiling, sash window, electric wall heater and power points.

OUTSIDE With wrought iron railings and gate, opening onto enclosed front garden and pathway. Bordered by mature shrubs and hedging. To the rear, a delightful enclosed and paved ‘sun trap’ courtyard features a covered well, mature shrubs, a stone shed, oil tank and timber gate onto the lane. A short walk leads to a double garage (currently used as a workshop) having a slated roof, separate electric and water supply and a gated gravelled/parking area. Bordered by a stone wall and stream, with two sheds, one wood the other plastic. This area would also provide good parking for a boat and/or caravan.

DIRECTIONS From the Agent’s office head east on Market St/A547 towards Chapel St/A548. At the lights, turn right onto Chapel St/A548 and continue along for approximately 4.8 miles. Turn left and proceed over the bridge in to the village of Llanfair Talhaiarn, the property can be seen directly in front by way of a for sale board.

TENURE We believe the property is ‘Freehold’

COUNCIL TAX BAND F

VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment with the Agents, Peter Large Estate Agents, Abergele Office, 45-47 Market Street, Abergele, Conwy, LL22 7AF. Telephone 01745 825511. Email abergele@peterlarge.com

AGENTS NOTES Part Exchange Considered for smaller character property. Also possibility to purchase adjoining two bedroom cottage as a whole.

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