Plas yn Faerdref belongs to a family of high-status halls owned by a late-medieval regional elite dating back to the 14th century. The original house has been subsequently modified around 1600 and later in the early 19th century while retaining a strong Georgian appearance.
Having fallen into disrepair more recently, the property has been completely restored. Constructed of cream lime-rendered stone elevations under a slate roof, the interior retains many of its period features including sash windows with window shutters, stone mullioned windows, plaster moulded ceilings and fine period doors and floors – the slate flooring in the kitchen and inner hall originates from the site itself.
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The accommodation is well-laid out and ideally suited to family living with well-proportioned reception rooms and a large family kitchen and five double bedrooms (one en suite), and three bath/shower rooms.
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Outside there is a superb ménage, stable block for four horses, tack room, dutch barn and some 4 ½ acres of pastureland.
Plas yn Faerdref is located on a ‘classic medieval platform’ of slightly rising ground on the east side of the Dee Valley just four miles from the A5. Local services are available in the nearby town of Corwen with further amenities at Ruthin or Chester.
The guide price is £799,999. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01244 328 361 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.