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Betws Gwerfil Goch, Corwen

Price - £340,000

Reception Rooms: 2 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 3

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Property Overview

  • Contemporary Det House
  • Far Reaching Rural Views
  • Lounge & Study
  • Kitchen / Dining Room
  • Cloakroom & Large Utility
  • 4 Beds, En-suite & Bathroom
  • Grounds - About 1.55 Acres
  • Garage & Parking

Dating from 2003, a very contemporary and spacious four bedroomed detached house of individual design, affording a splendid and large reception hall and galleried landing, both benefiting from a full depth picture window affording fine views across the valley of the River Alwyn. Standing within large gardens and adjoining paddock with pond, it extends to a total area of about 1.79 acres. Located within the centre of the village in a slightly elevated setting commanding far reaching and mainly rural views, this very spacious family home affords: large reception hall with cloakroom, spacious lounge, study, large and well fitted kitchen/dining room, large utility room. First floor galleried landing, large master bedroom with en-suite, three further double bedrooms and bathroom, large central landing. Extensive gravelled driveway and parking with access to integral garage. Adjoining paddock extending to about 1.55 acres with pond.


Betws Gwerfil Goch stands in a secluded rural valley of outstanding natural beauty in the heart of rolling countryside, some 11 miles from Ruthin, 5 miles Corwen and approximately 1.25 Miles from the A5 Trunk Road in Maerdy


Satinised coated aluminium framed twin double glazed doors which form part of a splendid full height glazed window, which opens to the fine reception hall and large galleried landing above.


26'1" max X 12'6" including stairwell (7.95m max X

Staircase rising off with under stairs storage area, ceramic tiled floor, coved ceiling, and panelled radiator.


White suite, comprising tray with electric shower over, pedestal washbasin with tiled splashback, low level WC, matching ceramic tiled floor to hall, coved ceiling, extractor fan and double glazed window.


20'0" X 19'1" (6.10m X 5.82m)

A very spacious room which is well-lit, with two large double glazed windows from which there are far reaching views over farmland towards a wooded hillside, there is a contemporary inglenook style fireplace which is brick lined, with tiled hearth, feature exposed beam and a freestanding multi-fuel fire grate, oak boarded floor to the remainder, coved ceiling, TV aerial point, and two panelled radiators.


19'2" X 13'4" (5.84m X 4.06m)

With a square entrance leading from the reception hall, the kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with light wood grain effect finish to door and drawer fronts and contrasting polished granite working surfaces, which includes a central dais with matching worktop and storage cupboards and drawers beneath. There is space for a range cooker with LPG and electric supply together with a granite upstand and stainless steel extractor hood and light over. White glazed Belfast sink with twin bowls and pewter style mixer tap above, void and plumbing for dishwasher, open fronted wine rack, plumbing for American fridge, ceramic tiled floor to match hall, two double glazed windows with rural views, and panelled radiator.


12'2" X 8'10" (3.71m X 2.69m)

Fitted with a matching range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with a combination of either solid granite worktops with white glazed sink and beech working surface. There is plumbing installed for American style fridge, washing machine and tumble dryer, together with a Trianco oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating. Coved ceiling, ceramic tiled floor to match kitchen, double glazed window and stable type door to side, and panelled radiator.


9'8" X 8'5" (2.95m X 2.57m)

Double glazed window, ceramic tiled floor, coved ceiling, and radiator.


Splendid high vaulted galleried landing with exposed timber clad purlins and a pine square turned balustrade overlooking the front elevation. Panelled radiator.


21'7" max including recess X 15'8 (6.58m max inclu

A large room with partially vaulted ceiling, two double glazed windows with rural views, and pine flooring. Panelled radiator.


10'9" X 5'9" (3.28m X 1.75m)

White suite, comprising panelled bath with electric shower over, bidet, pedestal washbasin, low level WC, part tiled walls, halogen ceiling downlighters, extractor fan, and radiator.


19'1" X 9'8" plus bay (5.82m X 2.95m plus bay)

Two double glazed windows with rural views, pine floor boarding, and radiator.


15'8" X 10'7" (4.78m X 3.23m)

Double glazed window with window seat, pine flooring, and radiator.


14'9" X 13'5" (4.50m X 4.09m)

Double glazed window with views over the paddock, pine floor boarding, and radiator.


10'3" X 9'10" (3.12m X 3.00m)

White suite, comprising panelled bath with combination shower and tap unit, pedestal washbasin, WC, double glazed window, halogen downlighters, and radiator.


19'2"X 12'0" (5.84m X 3.66m)

Two timber panelled doors to the front, with electric light and power installed, with fitted cabinets to one wall with worktop, wall shelving, two high level double glazed windows, and Vacuduct hoovering system with vents throughout the accommodation.


The property is approached via timber gates from a splayed entrance to a wide gravelled driveway which extends across the front elevation of the house and around to the left hand elevation, but also to the right hand side, where there is access to an integral garage.


The gardens are mainly lawned and located to the front elevation of the house with westerly views towards the river.
Beyond the gravelled drive there is vehicle access to the adjoining paddock which provides a large area ideal for keeping livestock or horses. To its lower part is a natural pond.


Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band F


From the Agent's Ruthin Office take the A494 Corwen Road proceeding for some 9 miles. Continue through the village of Gwyddelwern and on reaching the 'T' junction with the A5104 Chester Road bear right. On reaching the traffic lights with the A5(T) turn right in the direction of Cerrigydrudion and continue for some 3 miles, past the Rhug Estate and through the traffic lights adjoining the turning for Bala. Continue to The Goat Inn Public House in Maerdy and turn right signposted Betws Gwerfil Goch. The property will be found on the left hand side.


By appointment through the Agent's Ruthin office 01824 703030.

FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.


St Peters Square,
Denbighshire. LL15 1AE

Tel: 01824 703030