A rare and fabulous opportunity to purchase a refurbished farmhouse full of rustic charm in a quiet idyllic setting and sitting in just over eight acres with three substantial outbuildings and hay barn with Planning Permission to convert one into a four bedroom detached property with holiday letting potential or additional family accommodation. This dream location is approximately five miles from the A55 motorway network near Abergele and is situated in an elevated location surrounded by glorious open countryside.
- Property Type Detached
- Tenure Freehold
- Bedrooms 3
- Bathrooms 3
- Reception Rooms 3
- EPC D
NANT GANOL is an impressive farmhouse constructed of attractive stone under a slate roof and offers a compelling mix of period charm and fresh open spaces with parts of the building dating back to the 18th century. The property has been beautifully restored where the original trusses and oak beams have been sand blasted to expose their splendour and abound throughout the house. A kitchen extension was added prior to the current owners who later upgraded it with a pitched roof and a further extension was added to create a lovely sun lounge with double doors opening on to the sun terrace.
The spacious accommodation provides an oak entrance porch, lounge with Jotul log burning multifuel fire, separate dining room with stone fireplace, spacious oak kitchen which flows through to the sun room. The rear hallway has a cloakroom and utility room. To the first floor are three double bedrooms which are all en-suite, the master bedroom having doors opening on to a balcony with countryside views. Most of the flooring throughout is of modern oak and heating is provided by an oil fired central heating boiler. The heating is supported by 14 solar panels which feeds into the grid and supports their tariff and provides a yearly income.
Outside, adjacent to the main house, the outbuilding has been utilised as a utility room with electricity and water and a substantial gymnasium and workshop. What was once the bakery opposite the house is now a spacious storeroom whilst the larger outbuilding with PP has two floors, electricity and external stone steps. The gardens and patios are beautiful with pretty flower beds and gravel areas and are all well maintained. A lovely feature is the stream running down the bottom of the garden through a dell bordering the land. The field is currently used by a local farmer who harvests the hay between two or three cuts a season!
There is so much to see and love about NANT GANOL and will appeal on so many levels for nature lovers and those seeking to escape to the countryside and make the most of the lifestyle this property so offers in abundance.
Within easy reach of the main motorway networks to major cities and railway network to London.
NANT GANOL has been owned for twenty years by the sellers, is freehold and is not a listed building.
SERVICES: Mains electricity/Solar panels, mains water, Oil fired central heating, septic tank.
COUNCIL TAX BAND: F