Llanwrst 1.5 miles.
Superbly renovated traditional stone farmhouse in a truly rural setting in the Conwy Valley.
This imposing detached property has been extended and finished to the highest quality.
A short walk to the village of Llandogged and just 1.5 miles from the small town of Llanrwst, the property is located on a working livestock farm.
This stone farmhouse has retained many original features while also being finished to a very high, modern standard.
The property enjoys stunning views across the Conwy Valley from southerly and westerly aspects, including from the open plan kitchen and garden.
The open plan sitting room and kitchen features two sofas, a television, a woodburner and offers beautiful scenic views from the windows and double patio doors leading to the garden.
The kitchen has been fitted to a high standard and has a dining table for six, as well as a utility room with freezer, washing machine and stable door.
Off the utility room is a fully tiled wet room with a shower, basin and WC.
There is a second reception room in the form of a snug with an additional television, a woodburner and a corner sofa which is also a sofa bed.
Upstairs you will find two king-size bedrooms, one with floor to ceiling windows and fantastic views.
There is also a twin bedroom.
Throughout the upstairs you'll find quality carpets underfoot and high quality curtains.
Upstairs is also a fully fitted, high specification family bathroom with a large bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC.
The garden to the rear of the property comprises a slab stone area and a grassed area.
The garden features an original stone wall, but has also been fenced for security.
The garden offers spectacular views across the farm and the valley beyond.
This garden is the ideal place to relax with the family.
Amenities lie close-by within the small town of Llanrwst, a short drive from the property.
Here you will find a selection of pubs, restaurants, shops, a supermarket and a swimming pool.
Only a few miles to the east is the magnificent Snowdonia National Park, home of the mighty Snowdon Mountain and the perfect place for hikers, ramblers and cyclists to explore.
11 miles to the north is the town of Conwy with its UNESCO-protected castle and medieval walls.
A few miles on from there is the traditional seaside town of Llandudno, the perfect place for a family day out.
This immaculately finished and spacious farmhouse is excellently located for exploring both the Conwy Valley and Snowdonia.