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Nant Bwlch Yr Haiarn, Trefriw

£365,000

For Sale

3 bedrooms

Trefriw

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Property Description

A detached 3 bedroom house set in idyllic edge of forest setting on the outskirts of Llanrwst in the beautiful Conwy Valley.

Ideal location for access to popular woodland walks, lakes and mountain biking trails.

Rooms

Llecyn Coediog is a spacious house which has had the benefit of some recent improvements but is offered for sale as an unfinished project. Affording hallway, snug, lounge, kitchen diner, bathroom, utility room, landing, bedroom 1, bedroom 2, bedroom 3, bathroom.

The property benefits from a recently installed ground source heating system. uPVC double glazing, views across open fields, garden and parking.

Accommodation:

The accommodation affords: (approximate measurements only)

Front Entrance:

Hallway:

Cloak hooks; stairs leading off to first floor level.

Lounge:

Multi-fuel burner; uPVC double glazed two windows with views; radiator;

4.21m x 3.80m

13'9" x 12'5"

Sung:

uPVC double glazed window; radiator; doorway leading to:

4.09m x 3.85m

13'5" x 12'7"

Kitchen/Diner:

Currently in process of renovation, large dining kitchen with windows to side and rear. Base and wall cupboards with inset 'Belfast' porcelain sink; plumbing for washing machine.

7.19m x 4.21m

23'7" x 13'9"

Bathroom (under construction):

Currently being fitted out for installation of bathroom suite. uPVC double glazed window with views.

2.94m x 1.57m

9'7" x 5'1"

Utility Room:

Nibe hot water cylinder with 7 year warranty; Nibe Ground Source Heat Pump; uPVC double glazed window.

2.69m x 2.57m

8'9" x 8'5"

First Floor

Landing:

Access to roof space; radiator.

Bedroom 1:

Eaves storage; radiator; uPVC double glazed window overlooking woodland and rear garden.

3.75m x 3.82m

12'3" x 12'6"

Bathroom:

Fitted 4 piece suite comprising bath, shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin, low level WC; heated ladder style radiator; inset spotlighting; uPVC double glazed window with views; wall and floor tiling.

2.87m x 2.31m

9'4" x 7'6"

Bedroom 2:

uPVC double glazed window overlooking side elevation; radiator; cloak hooks; wood flooring.

3.80m x 2.90m

12'5" x 9'6"

Bedroom 3:

uPVC double glazed window overlooking garden area; radiator; inset lighting.

3.83m x 2.44m

12'6" x 8'0"

Outside:

Set in a private, quiet rural setting in a forest clearing enjoying attractive views. Set within it's own grounds comprising grassed gardens with shrubs, small trees and outside sheds. Hardstanding area for parking.

Agent's Note:

The current owner has started works to upgrade the property but will be sold unfinished for the new owner to complete. Access to the property is over a right of way along a track from the council maintained road. Please note the field in foreground is not part of the property and only shows the setting of Llecyn Coediog.

Services:

Private drainage, water from a well, ground source heating, bottle gas for cooking, mains electricity.

Council Tax Band:

Conwy County Borough Council tax band 'D'.

Viewing:

By appointment through the agents, Iwan M Williams, 5 Denbigh Street, Llanrwst, LL26 0LL, tel 01492 642551, email enq@iwanmwilliams.co.uk

Proof of Identity:

In order to comply with anti-money laundering regulations, Iwan M Williams Estate Agents require all buyers to provide us with proof of identity and proof of current residential address. The following documents must be presented in all cases: IDENTITY DOCUMENTS: a photographic ID, such as current passport or UK driving licence. EVIDENCE OF ADDRESS: a bank, building society statement, utility bill, credit card bill or any other form of ID, issued within the previous three months, providing evidence of residency as the correspondence address.

Llecyn Coediog is located within 1.5 miles of the traditional market town of Llanrwst and 4 miles of the inland tourist resort of Betws Y Coed. Ideally situated to explore the lakes, mountains and forests of Snowdonia whilst the Victorian town of Llandudno and the beaches of North Wales are only 15 miles to the north.

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