A “beautiful” 19th-century country house is up for sale in what is described as a fantastic opportunity for “those looking for a rural retreat.”

Ty Du in Moelfre is described as “a beautiful country property dating in part to 1839” with “far reaching views and a truly tranquil location.”

Town and Country Oswestry who are the agents for the sale have said: “The property has been lovingly maintained by the present owners but with room for some updating which is reflected in the price revision to enable the buyers to inject their personality into an already charming property.

County Times:

“The accommodation offers well laid out rooms with three reception rooms and three bedrooms. To the outside there are various outbuildings and the property, occupying a plot of around 4.36 acres includes very well kept paddocks which run along the front of the property.

“A fantastic opportunity for the equestrian buyer or those looking for a rural retreat – rarely available and not to be missed.”

The property boasts a “country style kitchen” that is fitted “with a range of base and wall units with work surfaces over, a window and stable door to the front leading onto the garden, part tiled walls, quarry tiled flooring” as well as “plumbing for a dishwasher and a space for a fridge freezer.

County Times:

“There is a central Aga range cooker used for the cooking which runs off economy 7. The kitchen leads through to the breakfast room and a door leads through to the sitting room.”

The sitting room is described as a “cosy yet good sized room full of character” with an “original beamed ceiling, large inglenook fireplace with a log burning stove inset on a slate hearth.”

The property offers excellent views from all three bedrooms whilst outside there are two stables with “a good sized adjoining double height stone barn with double timber doors”.

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Town and Country add “A stone wall and garden gate lead onto the front of the property where there is a well-established garden. There is a gravelled sitting area along the front with extensive lawned and shrubbed gardens beyond, an ornamental pond and stone storage shed. Further gardens run below the driveway having a greenhouse and vegetable plots. A gate gives access to the paddocks below.”

“The property benefits from a large man made pond, surrounded by trees and shrubs, this is a truly tranquil place to relax and take in the scenery. To the bottom of the paddocks there is an area with four goose sheds, large storage shed and two poultry sheds.”

County Times:

“The entire area that the property occupies extends to approximately 4.36 acres as per the red boundary line. The land is divided into six well fenced areas. Two paddocks have access to the stream that borders the land. There are also two open fronted field shelters and good gated access onto the lane at the top of the fields ideal for moving stock or loading from the road.”

Ty Du is up for sale for offers in the region of £599,000. To find out more contact Town and Country.