A 17th century former farmhouse originally forming part of the Mostyn Estate. Tan-Y-Glol is accessed via a private driveway and has been sympathetically restored providing spacious accommodation retaining many of its original features. The property is within easy access of the A55 (approximately 1 mile to junction 31).
This character property is set on 3/4 of an acre and benefits from a large garage/workshop with separate log store and utility/laundry room. The property also benefits from a detached stone barn with electricity supply. There is off road parking for a number of vehicles and the area to the side of the garage is currently used as a secure dog enclosure.
The rear gardens are typically 'cottage style' with a large array of well established fruit trees, fruit bushes, lawn and a greenhouse. The elevated Indian stone patio area enjoys the sun from dawn till dusk. An external boot store provides excellent storage space. There is private access to the woodland at the rear of the property and the front garden has a very large level south facing lawn and a feature pond overlooked by the sun room. The gardens have newly instated stock proof fencing around the whole perimeter and a new hardwood five bar gate on the driveway.Plans have been drawn detailing a proposed conversion of the garage/workshop into a 2 bedroom annex or holiday apartment.
The interior of the property consists of:
A farmhouse style kitchen complete with oil fired Aga, belfast sink and bespoke breakfast bench with a handmade half glazed solid oak internal door.
The entrance porch with its high ceiling makes a spacious cloakroom and also houses the oil fired central heating boiler. The porch leads via a handmade solid oak half glazed door to the dining room with exposed beamed ceiling and half panelled walls.
The dining room has open plan access to the snug area next to the kitchen with solid oak flooring and exposed beamed ceiling.
The lounge has solid oak flooring and cills with the original exposed stone fireplace housing the large multi fuel stove. The lounge also has a handmade half glazed solid oak door with access through to the sun room with french doors providing access to the large front lawn and pond area.
Upstairs the master bedroom comprises of a built in wardrobe and a feature mantel piece with bespoke internal wooden window shutters.
The en-suite bathroom is newly installed and comprises of a white 3 piece suite with shower mixer tap and natural stone travertine wall and floor tiles. The airing cupboard housing the water tank is located here.
There are a further 2 double bedrooms providing spacious accommodation with views over the surrounding farmland and woodland.
The newly fitted family shower room comprises of natural travertine stone tiles with a white toilet and corner basin on a solid oak corner cabinet with matching solid oak mirrored wall cabinet. The corner shower cubicle has been fitted with a bar mixer power shower.
ase quote property reference number: 00007283
Dining 13'9" x 10'0"(4.20m x 3.04m)
Entrance Hall 10'0" x 5'11"(3.04m x 1.81m)
Kitchen 16'10" x 9'3"(5.12m x 2.81m)
Snug 14'9" x 7'5"(4.49m x 2.25m)
Lounge 15'2" x 14'9"(4.63m x 4.49m)
Sun Room 14'9" x 9'8"(4.49m x 2.94m)
Bedroom 15'5" x 11'11"(4.69m x 3.64m)
Bathroom 8'0" x 7'0"(2.44m x 2.14m)
Bedroom 16'8" x 9'3"(5.07m x 2.83m)
Bathroom 7'9" x 5'8"(2.36m x 1.72m)
Bedroom 13'11" x 10'9"(4.25m x 3.27m)
Landing 8'7" x 3'8"(2.61m x 1.13m)
Ground Floor Approximate Floor Area 930.64 sq. ft.(86.46 sq. m)
First Floor Approximate Floor Area 722.79 sq. ft.(67.15 sq. m)