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Village Property With Stunning Views

Stunning views and a village location are features of a three/four bedroom house launched to the market by Balfours in mid-Wales.

Stone built Groesffordd, is situated in Llangynog, a pretty village with two public houses and the River Eirth running through. There is easy access to Bala, 13 miles away, while Oswestry and Welshpool are 18 and 20 miles respectively, Shrewsbury is 32 miles.

The welcome is through the conservatory to the hallway. The dining room and living room are mirror reflections of each other, either side of the hallway; each enjoys a fireplace and large bay window ensuring lots of natural light. The kitchen/breakfast room, also accessed from the hall is to the rear of the house. From the kitchen an inner lobby leads to the downstairs cloakroom and back door.

Boiler Room Offers Potential

There are three double bedrooms on the first floor, a fourth bedroom is found beyond the third bedroom and has a Jack and Jill link to the bathroom. A good sized boiler room, integral to the house, but currently accessed externally, offers potential. The house is surrounded by garden, with a generous partially stepped rear garden, a large garage with additional parking.

Agent, Charlie Giffard of Balfours says: “Groesffordd is a well presented property, in a charming village location with fabulous walking country and tourist attractions close by.” Groesffordd is marketed by with a guide price of £200,000, call Balfours on 01743 353511.

For further details please visit our Property Sales Page.

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Groesfford garden

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