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Pontyblew, Pont-Y-Blew

£650,000
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 3 Receptions
  • 2 Bathrooms
For Sale
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN!
  • Detached Country Cottage
  • Six Bedrooms
  • Stunning Rural Location
  • Driveway And Garage
  • Spacious Accommodation
  • Many Original Features
  • Good Sized Gardens

Property Description

NO ONWARD CHAIN! Town and Country Oswestry offer this truly delightful country cottage with separate detached chapel to the market with spacious well laid out rooms full of charm and character, generous wrap around gardens, potential for development and a tranquil rural location rarely available that has to be seen. Pont-Y-Blew is a gorgeous setting, nestled in the heart of the countryside between Chirk and St Martins yet accessibility to road networks and day to day amenities is very easy. The property offers five bedrooms and adaptable accommodation ideal for larger families.

Directions

From our Oswestry office proceed out of town on the Gobowen road. A the roundabout take the first left towards Wrexham. Continue along to the next roundabout (Gledrid) and take the fourth exit towards St Martins. Follow the road for approximately 500 metres before turning left onto Rhyn Lane. Follow Rhyn lane down to the bottom passing over a stone bridge and sweeping corner. After a short while the property will be found on the left hand side.

Hallway

Having a door to the front, stairs leading to the first floor and doors leading onto the lounge and family rooms.

Lounge

4.82m x 4.62m (15'10" x 15'2")
The lounge is a good size yet has real cosy feel having a window to the front and the rear letting in lots of light along with a glazed door leading out onto the rear garden. There is the original beamed ceiling and a central feature open fireplace with a cast iron surround and wooden surround and radiators.

Family Room

4.28m x 4.10m (14'1" x 13'5")
The family room is another great reception space having a window to the front, original beamed ceiling, a multi fuel burning stove on a hearth with a lovely cast iron fireplace behind. There is a radiator, a door leading to the under stairs cupboard, two alcove built in cupboards and a door leading through to the kitchen/ dining room.

Kitchen/ Dining Room

4.78m x 4.66m (15'8" x 15'3")
The kitchen/ dining room is the real heat of the home and a place to entertain and relax. The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of base and wall units with contrasting work surfaces over, tiled flooring, stainless steel sink with a mixer tap under the window overlooking the garden, a further window to the rear overlooking the gardens and rolling countryside beyond, integrated fridge and freezer, integrated Stoves Newhome halogen hob with an extractor fan over, integrated double oven, part tiled walls and a radiator. A door leads through to the utility.

Utility

3.81m x 1.67m (12'6" x 5'6")
The utility has a stainless steel sink with a mixer tap over, fitted base and wall units with work surfaces over, tiled floor, plumbing and space for a dishwasher, a window to the rear and a stable door giving access to the rear garden. The floor is tiled for practicality and there is a built in cupboard housing the Worcester oil fired boiler. A door leads through to the sitting room.

Sitting Room

4.85m x 3.96m (15'11" x 13'0")
The sitting room provides another pretty reception room and the space provided along wit h the upstairs area would make superb annexe type accommodation or a private area for guests to stay being away from the main house. Another option would be to convert the adjoining garage to create further living space for those wanting guest space or even the potential to let the space out to create an income. Having a window to the front and the rear letting in lots of light, fitted study area, radiator, stairs leading to the study/ bedroom above and a door leading through to the garage.

Study/ Bedroom Six

3.86m x 2.08m (12'8" x 6'10")
Currently used as a study but would be an ideal mezzanine bedrooms. Having a panelled ceiling and a Velux window.

First Floor Landing

The stairs from the front hallway lead to the landing which has the loft hatch, radiator, built in cupboards for linen and storage, window to the side and an airing cupboard with hot water tank and shelving.

Bedroom One

4.27m x 4.12m (14'0" x 13'6")
The main bedroom has a window to the front overlooking the surrounding countryside, double built in wardrobe with shelving and rails, additional built in wardrobe with shelves and rails and a radiator.

Bedroom Two

3.43m 3.12m (11'3" 10'3")
The second double bedroom has a window to the front overlooking the fields and a radiator.

Bedroom Three

3.18m x 2.69m (10'5" x 8'10")
Bedroom three is also a double room having a window to the rear overlooking the garden and hills beyond, sink unit on a vanity unit, mirror and shaver light and a radiator.

Family Bathroom

Fitted with a panelled bath with a Triton electric shower over, wash hand basin, low level w.c., window to the rear and a radiator.

Bedroom Four

4.17m x 1.86m (13'8" x 6'1")
Having a window to the side overlooking the garden, radiator and a built in wardrobe with rails and shelving.

Bedroom Five

3.10m x 1.47m (10'2" x 4'10")
Having a window to the front overlooking the fields and countryside, recessed area for a wardrobe and a radiator.

Second Bathroom

Fitted with a panelled bath with a shower attachment over, wash hand basin, low level w.c., part tiled walls, window to the rear and a radiator.

Outside

The property is approached along the country lane and leads to the driveway which provides parking for numerous vehicles and leads to the garage and carport.

Garage & Workshop

5.00m x 3.49m (16'5" x 11'5")
The garage is a good size with plenty of room to park a car. There are double timber doors to the front with a window to the rear, power and lighting and useful loft storage area above. The space would be ideal for further conversion to create additional living space ad it adjoins the main house and sitting room.

Carport

5.29m x 2.89m (17'4" x 9'6")
The carport adjoins the garage and is open to the front and rear with a concrete hardstanding base.

Front Gardens

A picket fence encloses the front garden with a garden gate and pathway leading to the timber porch over the front door.

Rear Gardens

The gardens are another great feature of this lovely property and back on to open countryside giving a real feeling of peace and quiet. The gardens are well stocked with various plants, trees and shrubs and are a haven for wildlife and nature including various birds throughout the seasons. There are lawned areas and a patio area ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining on warm evenings. A pathway and gate lead to the s ide giving access to the large side garden.

Side Gardens

The generous side garden is mainly lawned and is ideal for those with children and pets. The garden is enclosed by hedging and is also surrounded by the rolling hills and countryside that it sits in.

Detached Chapel

Situated at the end of the side garden, on a generous plot is a detached former methodist chapel built with wooden frame and clad with corrugated iron and wood. This building has had previous planning permission for conversion into a three bedroom dwelling (plans can be provided upon request). It also benefits from a separate entrance from the lane.

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