Bwlch-y-Greolen, 

Pen-y-Garnedd, Llanrhaeadr Ym Mochnant, Oswestry, 

Shropshire, England, SY10 0AT

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  • Acres: 2.00
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1

Features

  • Stabling
  • Paddock / Land
  • Outbuildings
  • Horsebox Parking

Summary

  • 3/4 Bedroom House converted from an original lead mining Foundry building

  • Ideal refurbishment project with flexible internal layout

  • Former Lead Mine Foundry building steeped in history having many outstanding features

  • Local stone built building with original Welsh slate roof and exposed timbers

  • Approximate total floor area 180 sq.m. (1,938 sq.ft.)

  • Mature Country Gardens, Pond, stream and brook to the foot of the garden and land

  • Outbuilding providing Stables & Workshop, Hay Barn/Storage building.
  • Approximately 2 acres in total

Plans

Location Map

Description

Llanrhaeadr ym Mochant 3.5m | Llanfyllin 5m | Oswestry 15m | Welshpool 16m | Wrexham 30m | Shrewsbury 30m | Chester 43m | Liverpool 64m | Birmingham 77m

An idyllic rural four bedroom property having flexible internal layout and great scope for full refurbishment, Stables & Paddock; set within 2 acres.

Description
An idyllic rural property set within 2 acres, nestling among the foothills of the Berwyn Mountains in the Tanat Valley. Bwlch-y- Greolen is a converted lead mining Foundry building currently comprising of three double bedrooms with a fourth smaller bedroom, a family bathroom, living room and large kitchen dining room with a recently installed wood fired Rayburn cooker which also provides the hot water and central heating. There is an open galleried landing with large windows flooding light into the property, a large bedroom completes the first floor area. The property was purchased by the current Vendor some thirty years ago and has been an ongoing project of conversion from the Foundry building it once was. The building was re-roofed with the original Welsh slate, newly felted and battened which can be visible internally. The original local stone walls are exposed internally which fills the property with character. There is an arched tunnel which originally allowed the steam from the steam engine generator to escape the building providing an enchanting feature.

The property, in its current condition, is in need of refurbishment and upgrading and would provide a substantial family home as the internal layout could be very flexible due to the property’s original construction as a large barn. The neighbouring property was originally the managers house for the lead mine, with stables on the ground floor level, of which this has since been converted and upgraded into a family home.

Bwlch-y- Greolen is accessed off a quiet country lane down a pretty stone track to the front of house where there is a good parking sweep. Externally the property has mature gardens with a mixture of trees, shrubs and planted borders. A small pond within the garden is fed by a stream which flows down through the property ending at the brook to the lower end of the grounds. The stable building provides space for one large stable at the far end with further space for more stables if required, a workbench runs along the one side.

It is understood that the property has excellent off road hacking and outriding from its door step, tracks of which can lead to Lake Vyrnwy.

In more detail, the property consists of

Front timber stable door, into

Porch with slate tiled floor, exposed external stone, space and plumbing for washing machine, window to front elevation. Door through to

Kitchen max measurement 5.34m x 5.31m having a unique recycled timber floor from a local army camp gym, Belfast sink below window to front gardens, wood fired Rayburn for cooking, central heating and hot water, space for gas cooker with oven, timber base units, exposed stone work, windows to front elevation and two large translucent sky lights, brick archway through to

Gallery Room max measurement 4.7m x 5.9m ornate tile flooring on steps up to concrete floor area within the main, floor to eaves exposed stone work with exposed timber beams, within this area there is a Pantry with tiled floor, exposed stone work incorporating shelving. Stairs lead off to the gallery landing which surrounds.

Ground floor Hallway to;

Bedroom Two 4.4m x 3m with feature oak window seat overlooking side elevation and stable yard, carpet, radiator, exposed stone work and timber beam.

Bedroom Three 4.3m x 2.7m with feature oak window seat overlooking side elevation and stable yard, painted concrete floor, radiator, exposed stonework, external door to side elevation, timber wall panelling.

Bedroom Four 4.7m x 2.3m timber wall panelling, exposed stone work, currently used as a Utility with space for fridge freezer and freestanding units. Internal windows to reception room and hallway.

Family Bathroom 3.7m x 2.2m having tiled and part timber floor, radiator, freestanding claw-foot bath, high level flush w.c, pedestal wash hand basin with leaded window above overlooking front elevation, exposed stone work, internal brick and timber wall panelling.

First Floor
Stairs from reception room to;
Gallery Landing which surrounds lower reception room. Multiple large windows to front and side elevation, exposed ceiling timbers, storage for hot water cylinder tank, door through to

Bedroom One 5.9m x 4.7m carpet, radiator, large dormer window to side elevation, opening for window to rear elevation, exposed ceiling timbers, split level are for storage.

Externally
The property is surrounded by mature gardens front and back with small pond and fresh water stream running to a brook at the lower end of the front garden.

Hay Barn
9m x 2.5m, open fronted timber framed storage shed currently used for hay/straw and further storage . Steel corrugated sheet roofing with translucent roof lights, part concrete floor.

Stables
Portal framed building 8.6m x 5.7m with concrete floor, steel corrugated sheet roofing, concrete blockwork walls, currently houses one large stable (previously 2 stables) workshop bench area, mains power and water, side stable door to

Land
The property sits within approximately 2 acres in total, bounded by a brook to the South and stock fence and hedge perimeter. There are various species of trees within the Land and well established gardens. Further land is available by separate negotiation to buy or let.

Note
Powys County Council have a Determination Notice due to the Land being tested as being contaminated and will appear on the Council’s Contaminated Land Public Register, this area only covers part of the Land that includes the ponds and gardens to the front of the property and not the paddock. The Determination Notice can be viewed through the agents.

Services
Mains electric
Mains water
Solid fuel central heating
Private Drainage via Septic tank

Local Authority
Powys County Council
Tax Band – E

Directions
Following the B4391 from Bala to Llanfyllin enter Pen-y-Garnedd with the Church on your Right. Take the next right (straight on where the B4391 turns left). Follow this single track road up the hill for about half a mile. The property will be found on the left hand side marked by a Jackson Equestrian For Sale board.

Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Jackson Equestrian on 01928 740555.

JACKSONS ESTATE AGENCY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.