Felin y Gors is a small sporting estate with a Grade II listed mill house and former fishery in about 30 acres in Denbighshire in Wales. The mill house has stunning views out over the mill lake which extends to over 1.5 acres, and is bordered by mature woodland against the backdrop of Bodelwyddan Castle.
The property is constructed of stone under a slate-tiled roof with oak windows and oil central heating. It has been restored by the current owners who have structured the accommodation over two floors with reception rooms on the first floor to take advantage of the views – the dining room and living room have vaulted ceilings with exposed beams and roof trusses. The ground floor has the master bedroom suite and three further bedrooms, plus a family bathroom.
Accommodation in total comprises: entrance hall, dining room, living room, study/snug, kitchen, master bedroom suite and three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The house has a stone-flagged terrace on the first-floor level overlooking the mill lake with a seating area and access to the gardens below.
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Outside are a summer house, large barn, fisherman’s rest room, water and four lakes to about six acres, four acres of paddocks and 18 acres of woodland.
The waters are capable of accommodation 40-50 rods at any one time and contain both course and game fish and there is also duck flighting on the lakes. The woodland is predominantly deciduous and comprises oak, sycamore, beech and ash – there is a rough shoot for pheasant and woodcock in the woods. There is also a commercial fishery.
The estate occupies a very tranquil position on the edge of the parkland below Bodelwyddan Castle just two miles to the west of St Asaph and still convenient for the A55. St Asaph itself offers a good range of shops and a local hospital plus good local schooling.
The guide price is £895,000. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01244 328361 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.
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