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3-bedroom Llanwddyn home

Created on 02/07/2020 @ 12:34

Bryn Vyrnwy at Llanwddyn is on the market for offers in the region of £300,000 through McCartneys Estate Agents.


Tiled floor, under stairs cupboard, radiator.
Dining/Living Room
4.25m x 3.94m (13'11" x 12'11")
Feature fireplace, views of the dam and hills beyond, window seat, exposed floor boards, radiator.
3.33m x 2.75m (10'11" x 9'0")
A range of wall and base units, fitted electric hob with extractor over and oven under, built in dish washer, built in fridge, sink and drainer, views of the dam and hills beyond, tiled floor, radiator.
Sitting Room
3.95m x 3.82m (13' x 12'6")
Feature fireplace, exposed floor boards, radiator.
4.11m x 2.64m (13'6" x 8'8")
WC, wash basin, bath with shower attachment, heated towel rails, tiled floor.
Rear Porch/Utility Room
2.45m x 2.10m (8'0" x 6'11")
Tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine, views of the dam and hills beyond.
Exposed floor boards, loft access, radiator.
Bedroom One
3.92m x 3.56m (12'10" x 11'8")
Views of the dam and hills beyond, built in cupboard, exposed floor boards, radiator.
Bedroom Two
3.95m x 3.80m (13' x 12'6")
Exposed floor boards, radiator.
Bedroom Three
3.32m x 2.76m (10'11" x 9'1")
Views of the dam and hills beyond, exposed floor boards, radiator.
Shower Room
WC, wash basin, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, heated towel rail, tiled floor, extractor.
Approached from the road through a gateway onto a driveway leading to parking and turning space at the rear of the house. The garden is situated to the front and the side of the house and comprises mostly of lawn. From the garden there are views of the dam and hills beyond.
Bryn Vyrnwy, a Grade II Listed property, was one of the first houses constructed by The Liverpool Corporation in the new village of Llanwddyn following the construction of the Vyrnwy Dam in 1890.

The house was probably intended for a manager and originally appears on the revised edition of the Ordnance Survey map of 1900. Following many years of Severn Trent ownership, the current owner embarked on a sympathetic scheme of restoration to return the property to its former glory.

Regarded as one of the finest examples of Liverpool Corporation architecture associated with the Lake Vyrnwy reservoir, Bryn Vyrnwy's Listing statement reads :- "One of the earliest and architecturally the best of the new buildings of the Llanwddyn village associated with the completed Vyrnwy Dam : a building of Arts and Crafts character which has been well preserved." - Philip Humphreys, Conservation Architect.
The property has recently had new hardwood windows installed to comply with listed building planning requirements. Other work has also been undertaken to comply with listed building requirements. Our client is currently waiting for the work to be signed off by the the planning department/conservation officer.

To arrange a viewing contact McCartneys on 01938 531000.

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