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Spoilt for choice; JOANNE ROBERTSon a home with so many plus points.

DON'T really know where to start with this week's impressive home, normally I would look at a property and focus on its 'special features', but Erw Las has so many plus points, I'm struggling to choose which one I think is the most appealing.

Is it the spacious plot? Erw Las sits in gardens and grounds extending to two acres; or the convenient location? Minutes from the A55 expressway; or maybe the stunning interior? The owners have furbished their much loved home to the highest of standards with a huge amount of attention to detail and it is evident throughout.

I'll start outside. Erw Las enjoys a semi-rural location in the pretty village of Carmel, in Flintshire, but is within easy reach of road links and the town of Flint with its range of amenities.

The City of Chester can be reached in just under half an hour and the coastal town of Llandudno, is roughly the same.

The property is approached via a quiet road leading to a large gravel driveway which provides more than ample parking and access to double garage.

The gardens are beautiful, comprising rolling lawns with various borders brimming with flowering plants, decking strategically placed to make the most of the sunshine, patio seating area and a double glazed garden room. A paddock is located directly off the gardens and is currently being maintained by a neighbouring farmers sheep, but would provide a perfect grazing area for a pony or two, if desired, as there is plenty of room to erect a couple of stables.

Taking a look inside, the property has been decorated throughout in a pretty country cottage theme, which is in keeping with the style of the property.

A glazed porchway leads into the welcoming reception hall, with access to WC, living accommodation and staircase leading to galleried landing.

Double doors lead into the spacious living room, with stunning stone fireplace housing a log burning fire and large window overlooking the gardens.

The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of base units including central island. There is a beautiful vaulted ceiling in the extension giving a great sense of space. There is space for a range of appliances including American style fridge/freezer, dishwasher and wine cooler. There is a ceramic 'Belfast' style sink with mixer tap, and a feature brick chimney effect wall housing a range style cooker.

The utility is accessed via the kitchen and has access to the garage and the rear garden.

A large open arch leads to the dining room which has French doors leading into the conservatory.

The conservatory once again is beautifully decorated and provides a lovely space to sit, relax and enjoy the views over the gardens.

Across the ground floor there is also a bedroom and a snug, which lives up to its name with a floor to ceiling stone fireplace and log burner, it's the ideal place to 'snuggle' up on a winters evening.

Moving upstairs, the master bedroom suite can boast a walk-in wardrobe with twinaccess, lovely views across the Dee Estuary and a five-piece, luxury en-suite bathroom with separate shower cubicle and roll top, free standing bath.

There is a second double bedroom, a single room and a family shower room.

For more details and price contact Tate Rowlands, Flint 01352 734802 THIS spacious detached farmhouse which is located in the village of Llanfechell on the Isle of Anglesey, just three miles from the popular coastal fishing village of Cemaes Bay, is crying out for someone to come along and 'love it 'again This lovely home dates all the way back to the 16th Century and underwent refurbishment under a Local Authority Scheme in 1993. Thankfully though it still retains many of its original features and is brimming with character.

The accommodation comprises a reception hall with staircase to first floor and access to lounge, breakfast room, kitchen and rear porch.

Upstairs there are three bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC.

An adjoining self contained annexe comprises kitchen/lounge, bedroom and a wet room.

Outside the property sits in established gardens and grounds bordered by mature trees.

There is also an established walled produce garden together with a range of traditional stone outbuildings, including garages, workshop and fuel store.

The buyer has an option to purchase additional acreage (at an additional cost) which adjoins the property.

On the market for PS280,000. Details Morgan Evans, Llangefni 01248 723303 WHAT price would you put on a view? What if that view included a lake, allencompassing countryside, the Snowdonia Mountains and just the sheer peacefulness of a beautiful rural location in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park - that would surely takes some beating!

The setting of Dolwen is truly inspired, situated on the periphery of the lakeside village of Trawsfynydd, enjoying a splendid uninterrupted south facing aspect just where the river Prysor enters the lake, making the position of the property a triumph.

Dolwen is believed to date back to the Edwardian period, and can boast spacious accommodation including a central hallway with three reception rooms off.

The kitchen is accessed via the dining room which in turn leads through to garden room and utility.

Upstairs there are four bedrooms and a further two attic rooms (both ideal as an office, hobbies room or bedrooms if necessary).

The property is surrounded by wellstocked gardens with a driveway providing parking that leads to a double garage.

On the market for PS695,000. Details Dafydd Hardy, Caernarfon 01286 677774
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Date:Sep 23, 2017
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