Handsome character property offering generous accommodation space
Ael Y Bryn is an attractive property that is thought to date c.1860 with later extensions over the years. The property offers excellent living space for a large family, a potential annexe or for those wanting space for family and friends to stay with them when they visit. The property was once home to the acclaimed historian and BBC commentator Dr John Davies and his wife. Dr Davies wrote what many consider to be the definitive book chronicling Wales: 'A History of Wales'. He was also the editor and co-editor of the The Encyclopaedia of Wales.
Accommodation Ground Floor
The main entrance leads into the reception hall with doors leading off to the main reception rooms. The first door on the left leads into the dining room with a slate tiled floor, French door to the front garden and wood burning stove providing a warm focal point. A door leads from this room to the spacious study/family room with a wood floor. Returning to the central hall there is a useful utility room on the right while on the left is light kitchen breakfast room with slate tiled floor, smart fitted units, wooden worktops, integrated dishwasher and a range cooker. Off the central hallway is a useful cloakroom while at the end is a large sitting room with wood floor and wood burning stove. French doors lead off to a sunroom that is connected to the adjacent stone barn. This barn is currently used for storage of logs, bikes and gym equipment but has potential to be converted into extra living accommodation or a studio/office etc (stp subject to planning).
Stairs rise up from the central hall to the first floor accommodation that includes a large principal bedroom at one end of the floor with triple aspect views over the gardens and fields and its own en suite shower room. A second bedroom facing the rear of the house also enjoys the use of its own en suite shower room. The three remaining bedrooms all face the front of the house and overlook the front garden. These bedrooms share the use of a family bathroom.
The property enjoys generous landscaped grounds and gardens including ample private parking, double garage, lawned garden areas (large one to the front is perfect for ball games) mature trees, shrubs, bushes, hedges, flower borders, raised beds and a flagstone patio terrace to sit out and enjoy in the sunshine.
This is a great family property offering plenty of space both inside and outside.Daniel Rees