A 3 bedroom country cottage with idyllic grounds, supporting an abundance of wildlife
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Harwood is a delightful home set in established grounds, with a stream passing through and bordered by the Afon Roe (river), found on the outskirts of the popular village of Rowen within the Snowdonia National Park.
The property is currently entered via rear porch and through to the kitchen. The dining room, with feature fireplace and picture window, and double aspect sitting room with feature brick fireplace, are accessed off the main entrance hall. The sun room/study, with triple aspect picture windows, adjoins the sitting room.
On the first floor is a master bedroom with walk in dressing room. A hand basin is currenty fitted within the dressing room, and there is potential for this to be converted into a full en-suite. There are two further double bedrooms, one with large eaves storage. There is also a shower room with separate wc.
This property has 0.72 acres of land.
Harwood is approached directly through a gated entrance leading to the parking area and integral garage. To the front of the property is a manicured lawn; paths surround the property, allowing passage through the abundance of mature trees and plants.
Wooden railed steps lead down from the main garden to the bluebell and wildflower paddock with access to the Afon Roe river), which marks the southern boundary of the property.
Rowen is a delightful village on the western slopes of the Conwy valley, and is ideally placed for riverside and upland walks. In the heart of the village is the Ty Gywn Pub, and the popular Conwy Water Gardens are less than a five minute drive.
The historic market town of Conwy is a small yet beautiful town with a good range of everyday amenities and boasts superb road links, with the A55 running right past the town.
The seaside town of Llandudno is just a short drive away, and offers excellent shopping facilities. Llandudno Junction Station, less than six miles away, has direct rail services to London Euston (three hours) and Manchester. Conwy Golf Club offers superb links golf, right on the coast, while the area is also renowned for its sailing.
Leave Conwy travelling south on B5016, Llanwrst Road, for approx 2.6 miles, turning right at the junction with signs for Rowen and Conwy Water Gardens. At the next two forks, take the right turns for Rowen, then follow the road for 0.7 miles. The gate will be on the left.Read all
- A charming 3 bedroom cottage within easy commute of Conwy and Llandudno
- Located on the outskirts of the sought after village of Rowen
- Within the Snowdonia National Park
- Extensive and mature gardens set over two levels, including a bluebell rich paddock
- The Afon Roe marks the southern boundary
- Approx 0.72 acres
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