Holyhead Road, Corwen

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
A handsome stone-built detached Dee Valley residence set in gardens, woodland and grounds extending to approximately 2.80 acres or thereabouts. The property is situated in a highly commutable location having excellent access to the A5 but also retaining great privacy, approached via a private roadway to its own driveway beyond. There are outbuildings comprising double garage and former piggery. The property itself offers well proportioned accommodation with drawing room, sitting room, dining room, study and office / hobby room together with spacious kitchen through morning room and utility, with five bedrooms, bathroom and additional WC on the first floor. The grounds enjoy views with outlooks to the Dee and there are established lawns bisected by walling, mature trees and patios.

The Accommodation

(with approximate room dimensions) on The Ground Floor comprises:-

Entrance Vestibule

Approached though a period solid Gothic arch-topped door. Lead-lighted Gothic-arch side window. Radiator.

Reception Hall

9' 11'' x 7' 10'' (3.02m x 2.39m)

Radiator. Period staircase off. Under-stairs store. Smoke alarm.

Dining Room

13' 3'' x 11' 10'' (4.04m x 3.60m)

Fireplace having cast iron insert and tiled hearth with fitted living flame coal effect gas fire. Period beam to ceiling. Radiator. Double-glazed window. Gothic arch door to:

Drawing Room

13' 11'' x 13' 4'' (4.25m x 4.07m)

Feature period bay window with seat having original side shutters. Coved finish to ceiling. with central exposed period beam. Open fireplace having period arched cast-iron insert with fitted living flame coal effect gas fire. Two radiators.

Gallery Hallway

21' 8'' x 3' 10'' (6.60m x 1.17m)

Connecting the Vestibule to the Drawing Room. Servant's bell-pull. Double-glazed window. Radiator. Fitted coat hooks.

Sitting Room

16' 8'' x 12' 0'' (5.07m x 3.66m)

Beamed ceiling. Radiator. Deep window with double glazing. Stone Inglenook fireplace having heavy beam lintel over recessed fireplace. Extended stone hearth. Television and Sky aerial points. Wall-light points. Telephone point.

Kitchen and Breakfast Room

15' 10'' x 13' 1'' (4.83m x 4.00m)

Fitted with a range of laminate 'alder' effect panel fronted units comprising a one-and-a-half-bowl single drainer sink unit set into an extensive range of base storage cupboards including integrated dishwasher. Fitted suspended wall cabinets comprising double and single wall cupboards. Quarry tiled floor including slate slab area to cooker. "Rayburn Royal" twin topped hot-plate with cooking and warming ovens (oil-fired). Recessed crockery cupboard recessed into side wall. Space for refrigerator. Beamed ceiling. Radiator. Double glazed window. Solid back door. Open plan to:

Morning Room

13' 0'' x 6' 5'' (3.95m x 1.95m)

Beamed ceiling. Quarry tiled floor. Radiator. Double French windows to garden. Double glazed window to side. Television aerial point.

Utility Room

9' 9'' x 6' 10'' (2.98m x 2.08m)

Space with plumbing for automatic washing machine. Space for tumble dryer. Double glazed window. Quarry tiled floor. Floor mounted oil-fired central heating boiler.


13' 7'' x 9' 1'' (4.13m x 2.77m)

Radiator. Double glazed windows to front and side. Beamed ceiling. Exposed painted stonework to walls. Steps to First Floor Hobby Room / Office.

Hobby Room / Office

13' 3'' x 8' 11'' (4.05m x 2.72m)

Double glazed window. Radiator. Exposed purlin and beamed effect ceiling.



Front Landing

7' 6'' x 4' 6'' (2.29m x 1.36m)

The stairs from the hallway lead to a half-stage landing that spits to front and rear. The front landing has a double glazed window. Smoke alarm.

No. 1 Bedroom

16' 5'' x 12' 9'' (5.00m x 3.88m)

Radiator. Double glazed window. Period fireplace. Over-bed light cord.

Inner Landing

13' 8'' x 3' 11'' (4.17m x 1.19m)

Gothic arch to Main Landing. Radiator. Double glazed window. Smoke alarm.

No. 2 Bedroom

13' 10'' x 13' 4'' (4.21m x 4.06m)

Double glazed window. Period fireplace. Radiator. Loft access-point. Views of the River Dee.

No. 3 Bedroom

12' 0'' x 8' 11'' (3.65m x 2.73m)

Double glazed window. Radiator. Loft access-point.

Rear Landing

13' 2'' x 3' 5'' (4.01m x 1.03m)

Loft access-point. Smoke alarm.

No. 4 Bedroom

12' 11'' x 9' 9'' (3.94m x 2.96m)

Radiator. Double glazed window. Airing cupboard containing hot water cylinder

No. 5 Bedroom

9' 5'' x 8' 9'' (2.88m x 2.66m)

Radiator. Double glazed window.


9' 6'' x 8' 0'' (2.89m x 2.45m)

Fitted with a four-piece Ivory shaded suite comprising a close-flush w.c., pedestal wash basin, oval corner whirlpool bath and corner shower tray with electric shower over. Double glazed window. Range of brass finished fittings. Radiator. Half-tiling with border tiles and full tiling to shower. Beamed effect to ceiling. Ceiling spot-lights Extractor fan. Electric shaver point.

Separate WC

5' 7'' x 3' 2'' (1.71m x 0.96m)

Fitted with a two piece white suite comprising a close-flush w.c. and pedestal wash basin. Double glazed window. Full tiling to walls with border tiling. Range of chromed finished fittings.


The property is approached off the highway by a private roadway over a cattle grid up tot he property where there is a private timber gate. the driveway curves around the house to the Parking and Turning Area and Double Garage behind (see below). Off the driveway to the left is an original stone Piggery and to the side a level area, siting the oil storage tank. Around the house to the front and side there are level lawns with mature trees and a retaining wall to a dry pond at the front. These areas have views towards the valley below and the River Dee. To the rear of the property there are lawns on a higher and lower terraces with steps between. The lawn has a stone bridge over a shallow brook, which leads off to the woodland area behind. The brook flows away from the house to join the river. As the plot rises at the rear there are stone retainers and further steps having intersected Patio. Off the Morning Room there is a larger Patio enjoying the views. In addition to the gardens and woodland there is a former Paddock Area that has more recently become self-seeded with trees, this could be reclaimed for grazing. The whole extends to approximately 2.80 acres in total.

Former Stone Piggery

with metal roof.


20' 8'' x 19' 11'' (6.31m x 6.08m)

Electric up and over door.


Mains water and electricity are connected subject to statutory regulations. Drainage is to a private tank. LP Gas in bottles is used for the living flame firs in the reception rooms as listed.


The download speed of the internet was tested at 9.2 mbps.


Strictly by prior appointment with the Agents.

Council Tax Band:

The property is valued in Band "G".


Energy Rating - Pending.


Leave Llangollen Town on the A5 in the direction of Corwen. Proceed through the picturesque Dee Valley and on through both Glyndyfrydwy and Llidiart y Parc. After passing out of the Llidiart y Parc and into the 60 mph zone, continue for just under one mile. Turn left off the roadway where there are two driveways almost together (take the second one - this is immediately before the chevron signs on the side of the roadway indicating a right-hand bend and just opposite a whitewashed single storey building on the roadside on the right). Head up the driveway and past the bungalow and over the cattle grid. When the drive forks, keep right. This leads to the property.

01978 860346

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