- • Detahced rural cottage with a wealth of character
- • Entrance porch with wc, dining/sun room, kitchen
- • Living room with large inglenook fireplace, entrance hall
- • 3 bedrooms, landing office, bathroom and shower.
- • Double and triple glazing, oil central heating.
- • Off road parking, car port, garage and adjoining studio.
- • Garden grounds with rural outlook.
- • EPC rating: 59 (D) expires 11/11/2025
Glan-Yr-Afon Cottage is a well presented 18th century extended rural cottage, with a wealth of character and charming garden grounds.
The property is located on the B4396 on the outskirts of Pen-Y-Bont Llanerch Emrys, just 7 miles from Oswestry.
The property consists of the following accommodation: Entrance porch with storage cupboard and Wc, dining/sun room with Oak French doors opening to the rear patio. Double doors open to the kitchen which has oak units with integrated 'Siemens' oven and combi microwave, 4 ring gas hob and a 'Neff' dishwasher. There is further space and plumbing for a washing machine. An entrance hall with under stairs storage and door to rear and a living room with large inglenook fireplace with multi fuel stove on a slate hearth. The ground floor has slate flooring with electric under floor heating in the entrance porch, wc and dining/sun room. There are exposed ceiling beams throughout with a decorative bread oven in the living room.
On the first floor, the first landing gives access to the bathroom with 3 piece suite and airing cupboard and the first double bedroom. A landing/office has a useful separate shower with duel electric radiator. 2 further bedrooms and adjoining the landing/office.
The property benefits from oil fired central heating with double and triple glazing throughout. There is a solar panel system for consumption and feed in tariff, along with a solar thermal system.
Access from the road leads directly to an off road parking and turning area with useful car port. There is a detached garage with power and lighting with double doors leading to an adjoining studio which is currently being used as a pottery workshop, but could easily be converted to a home office.
To the garden to the East has a productive vegetable plot and log store. To the rear of the property is a patio with views of the rural countryside behind, including the River Tanat. There are more formal gardens to the West offering a spacious lawn with fully stocked borders and a summer house.
DirectionsFrom Oswestry, proceed South on the A483 to Llynclys turning right onto the A495 signposted for Llansantffraid and Bala. Proceed for approximately 4.5 miles and the property will be found on the left hand side indicated by a for sale board.