THIS 17th century detached five bedroom country house occupies a jaw dropping location and offers impressive dimensions

Set in an idyllic rural position, Plas Yn Llan Farm stands in the sought after conservation village of Llanasa and offers easy access to coast and the A55.

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The property nestles in a quiet secluded position, near to the village pond and has the quintessential country Inn, and a Church which dates back to the Norman period.

Originally constructed in the latter part of the 17th Century, the property was a working farm and was converted to a separate dwelling house about forty five years ago and offers a wealth of refinement and every modern amenity over three floors as well as extensive gardens with the addition of a separate holiday cottage.

It has been much improved by its owners and retains many character features which include Inglenook fireplaces, exposed beams and roof purlins with a large state of the art family kitchen with breakfast area and a sizeable garden room.

A timber door into the reception hall, with stone floor and oak panelled walls and on to a drawing room with a coal effect gas fire set in a feature fireplace with marble inset and 'Adam' style surround, and a built-in window seat.

Steps up to double doors give access to garden room with ceramic flooring and 'French' doors providing an outlook over the patio and rear garden.

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The dining room with seating area boasts an inglenook style feature fireplace having a log burning stove on a stone slab hearth with stone over mantel, while the study has a a stone slab floor and a beamed ceiling and high level window allowing in natural light.

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The kitchen and breakfast room has an extensive range of fitted units with granite worktop surface incorporating built in appliances and ladder cupboards, a peninsular island unit, under floor heating and a large breakfast area with tri-fold doors leading onto the rear garden as well as access to cloak, utility and boiler rooms.

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The guest and master bedrooms both enjoy breathtaking views, with the latter also benefitting from a three piece en-suite and the remaining three bedrooms boasting incredible character features and tasteful styling.

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The bathroom adds to the opulence with a a large claw foot bath as part of a four piece suite which also comprises a low flush WC., wash basin set into vanity unit with granite work top and an open archway to the shower area

To the outside, the property is approached over the former farm yard entrance and leads to a large gravelled drive with turn-around area and provides ample parking for several vehicles and access to the detached garage.

To the side of the property there is a private garden area and they extend up the hillside and include a small wood and a large lawn with floral boarders. as well as a tree house and timber constructed garden store, mature trees surround with gravelled walk ways and a large stone slab patio. A five bar gate gives access from the gravelled driveway to further vehicular parking and a lawn mower.

The property is a rare find and needs to be seen to be believed. Call Peter Large on 01745 888100.