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About the property

Situated just outside the picturesque village of Llanrhaeadr is Glanaber a stunning 1800's detached stone house. Sitting in an elevated position, this stunning property is surrounded by rolling hills, woodland, streams and an abundance of wildlife. Glanaber sits on a 3-acre plot comprising of tiered gardens, vegetable plot, orchard, an alfresco dining area and woodland. The property oozes character and charm in abundance making it very easy to fall in love with. The exterior is made of original Welsh stone, with beautiful wooden sash windows enabling light, bright and airy rooms.

The property comprises of three reception rooms, a country cottage style kitchen flowing into breakfast/dining area, a large utility and walk in pantry, cellar, log store, downstairs cloakroom, five double bedrooms, the master with ensuite and a family bathroom. The layout is extremely versatile, the current owners use bedroom four as a home office, with the fifth bedroom being located on the second floor which could also lend itself to an art/music/play room.

Glanaber, really has the best of both worlds; you feel like you're living the rural dream, in your idyllic rural haven but your neighbours are just minutes away as is the quaint village of Llanrheadr with its pubs, butchers, country stores, news agents, fish and chip shop, doctors and dental surgery a small hotel and just a real sense of community, with the village hall offering a variety of activities and opportunities for the locals to gather.

On the doorstep are the most scenic country walks, swimming, sailing and equestrian opportunities. At the end of the road is a stunning waterfall, which is one of the seven wonders of Wales. There is also a very good primary school and a good selection of other state and independent schools nearby.

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Glanaber is approached via a long sweeping drive, climbing up to the house and onto a gravelled driveway with parking for five cars. The main gardens are to the front of the property, with an array of stunning plants, shrubs, and trees. Four stone steps climb up to the main entrance, a wooden front door leads in to PORCH area with original tiled floor, a great storage area for coats and shoes. A partially glazed door leads through to the main HALLWAY with its high ceilings, original servant bells and elegant feel, leading off from this area is the formal:Sitting Room - 5.72m x 3.91m (18'9" x 12'10") - This is a truly delightful space with all the wonderful characteristics from its period. A... Read more