A magnificent and substantial Victorian Hall set in over three acres of grounds with the River Dee as its stunning backdrop. Located a mile outside Llangollen, within minutes of some of the most stunning scenery and features of North Wales, it is truly majestic.
Built around 1895, the hall encompasses some nine bedrooms, seven bathrooms and five substantial reception rooms.
The ground floor offers a formal lounge; a sitting room which flows through to a dining room and in turn to a grand and well-equipped breakfast kitchen; a sizeable sun / family room situated to the side of the property; a utility room and a study.
Follow the grand staircase up to the first floor where you will find the bedrooms, the majority of which are en-suite together with the bathrooms.
The basement offers rooms which are usable and functional and have the advantage of their own access to the rear garden.
Undertaken by the current owners, inside the property, you will discover the results of eight years’ worth of refurbishment, in keeping and fitting for the property's age. Many of the features such as the oak staircase, large fireplaces, high ceilings, as well as decorative and ornate finishes come to the fore and are sympathetic to the original period of the property. The bathrooms are on the whole modern and stylish.
You will find to the West side of the property, an annex which can be either incorporated within the property or be used as separate accommodation as you wish.
An extensive tree lined sweeping driveway leads the way to the Hall. The front garden to the East side of the driveway is predominantly laid to lawn, featuring a variety of medium and large trees. Stables are also a feature here too. A large open garden sits to the rear of the property, featuring shrubs and well-established trees bordering the Northern edge.
Steps lead you down from this beautiful garden to the edge of the River Dee where you will find a purpose-built decked area in proximity to one of the small waterfalls on the river. I think you will agree, an absolutely stunning location to relax for an afternoon tea or an evening drink.
Renowned for the surrounding Hills and the River Dee, Llangollen has an astonishing range of cafes, bars and restaurants. The small town offers a wealth of independent shops to browse at your leisure, in addition to various places of interest to visit.
Take a stroll along the Victoria Promenade taking the Riverside Park whilst watching the River tumble down beneath the bridge. For the more energetic a whole range of outdoor activities is on offer from fishing and white-water rafting to golf and trekking on the mountain trails.
If you want to just relax let the train take the strain and ride on the steam railway or experience peace and tranquilly gliding along the canal on a horse drawn boat.
Llangollen was awarded Cittaslow status in 2013 and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site along eleven miles of canal from Gledrid to the Horseshoe Falls via the spectacular Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.
Llangollen and Ystrad Hall are the perfect combination of magnificence!