Bryngwenallt Hall, a wonderful country property, was built in the 1860s for from stone from the quarry behind the house. The Hall has a wealth of period features including a carved stone and marble staircase, carved stone fireplaces and stained glass windows.
The house is very light, with large bay windows in many rooms, most of which have stunning views out over the gardens. Accommodation in total comprises an entrance hall, reception hall, sitting room, dining room, billiard room, snug, breakfast kitchen and boot room on the ground floor. There is a galleried first floor landing and the master bedroom suite has a marvellous ‘jack and jill’ en-suite bathroom and balcony while the guest suite has its own dressing room. There are two further first floor bedrooms, and an inner hallway/seating area.
There are three bedrooms on the second floor and a bathroom, and a tower room at the top of the 60ft tower attached to the property which has commanding views out towards the sea.
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The gardens and grounds extend to just under four acres and have a wealth of evergreen and deciduous trees. Formal lawned and terraced gardens extend to the front and right-hand side of the property with a generous patio and seating area. The grounds also include a woodland walk which leads past a stone-vaulted grotto to a rear access gate.
Bryngwenallt Hall is situated on the periphery of Abergele, a popular town in north Wales which offers a good selection of shops and utilities. Chester and Wrexham are also nearby for more extensive facilities. A train service from Abergele connects to London through Chester or Colwyn Bay.
The guide price is £1.6m. For further information please contact Savills on 01244 32 32 32 or visit www.savills.co.uk.