An 18th century, semi-detached country cottage, set on a quiet lane in the village of Hengoed, ideal for families or couples.
Stroll through the lovely garden and enter into the retreat where you will find a utility and cloakroom, resting just off the hallway.
The open-plan kitchen is well-equipped with colourful tiles and a feature wall which rests behind the dining table.
Tastefully decorated, you can enjoy your favourite meals amongst the lovely interior.
Further round, a sitting room is complete with comfortable sofas, a log burner effect fire, and cool ivory and grey décor.
You will look forward to relaxing and looking out over the landscaped garden.
Take the stairway up to the next floor where you will find a twin bedroom with pretty bedding, a wardrobe and a bedside table.
As well as this, a king-size is pieced together with a dressing table, a log burner effect fire and stylish wallpaper.
To add to the essence of charm, views overlook the beautiful greenery and plants that rest outside.
Separating the layout, a shower room is nicely tiled, with a wall mirror and classic features.
If you can steer yourself away from the inside - on a sunny day the garden is the place to be.
Surround yourself with nature and enjoy the peace and quiet.
The village of Hengoed is waiting to be explored, situated in a rural area and steeped in history.
There are many popular destinations nearby; with the magnificent Chirk Castle just a couple of miles north.
From here you can also take the trip to town of Llangollen, filled with charming cafés and restaurants, as well as the picture-postcard Pontcysyllte Aqueduct to be admired.
Little Beeches is also placed within easy reach of the Gobowen and the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopedic hospitals.
Make the most of this wonderful location at this immaculate Hengoed property.
About the location
Oswestry 3 miles; Ellesmere 8 miles; Shrewsbury and Chester 20 miles.
The peaceful rural hamlet of Hengoed stands close to the historic border town of Oswestry, the famous village of Whittington (birthplace of the first Lord Mayor of London) and the delightful town of Ellesmere, known as Shropshire's Lakeland because of its nine meres (or lakes). Close by is the original Old Oswestry, the site of a spectacular Iron Age Hill Fort, while today the town offers many historic buildings and a good variety of shops, pubs and restaurants. Ellesmere is also steeped in history; the town is home to the lovely Church of Saint Mary, with its 15th century roof and Thomas Telford was based in the town while building the Shropshire canal. There are a variety of shops, good pubs and restaurants and an abundance of entertainment on and around the nine lakes, which surround the town. Stroll through Cremorne Gardens, enjoy fishing and sailing or explore Colemere Country Park with its wonderful wildlife and scenic walks. This whole area has something for all ages and tastes.
Off road parking for 1 large car or 2 small cars. (We can speak with owner about additional parking if required)