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About the property


Just outside the Welsh village of Llangynog, (on the Southern fringes of the Snowdonia National Park), are the beautiful Old Rectory and versatile Old Church House. Dating from the 1800's, they ooze character and peacefulness in abundance. The Old Rectory has oak flooring, high ceilings, deep skirting boards and coving, period windows, wood burning stoves, and stunning views. It comprises a dining/family room, a delightful sitting room, and lovely breakfast room (complete with a range stove), galley kitchen, utility room and cloakroom, (the latter is large enough to convert in to a second family bathroom). There are three, good sized, double bedrooms, a single bedroom/office, and family bathroom. The property is versatile and can be reconfigured easily to suit your lifestyle. The adjacent Old Church House adds to the property's utility. Over two floors it comprises a kitchen, sitting room (with wood burner), a dining room/family room, cloakroom and utility room. Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The village of Llangynog is a thriving community, with a church, two public houses, a village hall that hosts regular activities. Close by there is a local shop and post office, medical and dental practices, good state schools and an outstanding independent school in Oswestry. The Berwyn mountain range and valleys provide outstanding opportunities for walking, equestrian activities, bird watching and local shoots. The internationally acclaimed and popular Revolution Mountain Bike Park attracts riders from all over the UK and globally. Lakes Bala and Vyrnwy, with their spectacular views and water sports opportunities such as sailing and kayaking, are both within a 30-minute drive.

The bustling market towns of Oswestry and Welshpool are18 miles away. Gobowen train station which has links to London, Manchester, and Birmingham is approximately 25 minutes. The Snowdonia National Park and the coast are within easy reach.The property is approached via double wooden gates onto a large shingled drive-way with parking for at least five cars. The front porch has a slate floor and original wooden front door. This opens into an expansive, light and bright, hallway that has oak floors, high ceilings and plenty of storage. All the downstairs reception rooms have original slate floor seals.The Old Rectory - Front Porch - Slate floor and original wooden front doorHallway - Oak floors... Read more